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We have watched them perform...now lets hear their stories! Join us as Lizzy chats with Kevin Quinn & Zachary Birnbaum about their journey's on American Idol! Though their path's have taken different directions...their journey's have just begun.
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Yesterday, Parker Saint’s only concern was his swiftly rising star power. Today, he’s just trying to stay alive.
Parker Saint is living the dream. A cushy job at a thriving megachurch has him on the verge of becoming a bestselling author and broadcast celebrity—until life takes an abrupt turn that lands him on the wrong side of the law. To avoid a public scandal, he agrees to consult with the police on a series of brutal murders linked by strange religious symbols scrawled on each victim.
Parker tries to play the expert, but he is clearly in over his head. Drawn ever deeper into a web of intrigue involving a demanding detective, a trio of secretive Vatican operatives, and a centuries-old conspiracy to conceal a mysterious relic, he realizes for the first time that the battle between good and evil is all too real—and that the killer is coming back . . . this time for him..
An award-winning preacher and Bible teacher, Zachary Bartels has been serving as pastor of Judson Baptist Church in Lansing, Michigan, for nearly ten years. He earned his BA in world religions from Cornerstone University and his Masters of Divinity from Grand Rapids Theological Seminary. He enjoys film, fine cigars, stimulating conversation, gourmet coffee, reading, writing, and cycling.
His debut novel, Playing Saint, has been called an “intrigue-filled thriller” (Library Journal) and “a page-turner from the very beginning . . . gripping and realistic” (RT Book Reviews). His next book, The Last Con (HarperCollins Christian Fiction) will be released in the summer of 2015. He lives in the capital city of a mitten-shaped Midwestern state with his wife Erin and their son.
Hi listeners and welcome to another edition of Weekdays with Murph. We're pleased to be joined today by one of my favorite people ever, the incredibly talented Mr. Zachary Garred. You might remember Zachary for his recently wrapped up role of Levi Dunkleman, aka Peter Harrell on ABC's General Hospital. We'll chat with Zachary about his time at GH, and take your calls! This is one you don't want to miss! As usual, I have my lovely co-host, Emily, with me, so let's get down to business!
We will be welcoming Charlie Birnbaum into the High Noon in Lake Worth studios. Charlie is the film director and Stonzek Theatre manager for the Lake Worth Playhouse. He will be sharing information on the Stonzek Theatre itself, as well as information on upcoming films and performances in Lake Worth's own "black box" theater. You can check out some of the recent and upcoming attractions there by clicking here.
What Does Having A Life Threatening Illness /Disease Force A Person To Challenge, Learn And Overcome?
Debbie Berkelhammer (www.debbieberkelhammer.com ) is Author of the new book "Point of View: POV on Dying and Living." She is available to share her insight with your audience.
Debbie overcame a life threatening disease and hopes to help other in a similar situation emerge victorious as well.
Debbie Berkelhammer POV
· Once you are diagnosed with an illness or disease, who you are and your path is forever changed. It’s how you move forward that will define this new life.
· There are many challenges, these challenges are not just in the beginning of being diagnosed but rather each day moving forward, especially if you are diagnosed with an illness that could reoccur.
· I look at illness as steps to overcome, denial, fear, anger, weakness, aggression, hopelessness, acceptance, hopefulness, strength, faith, hope, truth and gratefulness and trust. Each one of these steps plays a role in your illness and how you move forward and live your life. But sometimes, losing footing happens and you have to start over with the steps and have the hope and strength to know you will get better.
· I have learned to accept my illness and that i can not live with "what if", i have to live with the thought I will. I will live, and I will thrive.
The Boston Tea Party Opera is an entry in the New York International Fringe Festival. It was composed by Matthew Zachary Johnson. Hear this interview regarding what inspired Mr. Johnson to write this new American opera.
Louise Ashby (www.LouiseAshby.org ) is an actress and author who facing monumental obstacles beat the odds. A month after arriving in Los Angeles, Louise was the victim of what city authorities attest was the worst auto accident in the area in thirty year.s Louise was comatose for four days after surgery and when she awakened, the fight to survive had only just begun. She now has a charity, is an International motivational speaker, a coach, is developing a cosmetic line, and is currently writing her autobiography. There have been many gains. Louise’s career is gaining momentum and her spirit is indomitable.
Psychologist Dr. Frieda Birnbaum will analyze botth Bill Cosby and the women who have accuesd him of rape - Live Out Loud With Dr Frieda Birnbaum
Janice Gary is a survivor who’s overcome insurmountable odds to gain a fulfilling life and she’s done it all with the help of her dog Barney. Gary is also the author of” SHORT LEASH: A Memoir of Dog Walking and Deliverance”.
In her boo, she discusses that we have an emotional connections with our dogs that impact several aspects of our lives.
Please welcome to the show, Janice Gary:
A recently released study found that being a religious or faithful person doesn’t necessarily make you more well-behaved, with one caveat worth noting: religious people were found to have more pride and gratitude when they committed moral acts. Author and Pastor Zachary Bartels joins Joe to discuss.
Talking all things faith, including faith-based current events (and sometimes even that dreaded political overlap, YIKES!)
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
There are always at least two sides to every story. Have you ever wondered how someone, who saw the same thing you did, walked away telling a vastly different story? Which version was correct? Which one was the REAL story? Actually, both are! It’s just a matter of perspective.
Joe takes the issues… especially the controversial issues (politics, prejudice, religion, illegal immigration)… and brings in people from different sides to share their viewpoint. This is definitely not a fluff piece. And while no one is attacked, the questions are hard-hitting.
But the conversation is always respectful and you’re sure to learn something new, even if you don’t agree!
If you’ve always wondered how the “other side” thinks and how they’ve arrived at their “stand”, then this is the show for you!
It’s not the right side, it’s not the wrong side, but the REAL side of the issues!