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On this channel, I am sharing the piano arrangements that are arranged by various Christian artists. I am currently a church pianist at the Singapore Life Church and Missions. Some years ago, I started to play a piece of piano arrangement of a hymn weekly before the Sunday service to prepare the hearts of the congregation to enter into worship. I started my collection of hymn piano arrangements since then. I started recording the arrangements in the recent years. I hope that people can liste ...
 
The 36 lessons is a comprehensive discipleship material developed to give believers a correct belief and living system in Christ. It first of all conveys the core message of the Bible, helping believers to know the the Word fundamentally through the Incarnation and finished work of Christ. And from there, it exposes the harms of a truncated gospel, helps believers demolish a self-inclined belief and rebuild their lives with the full gospel. It concludes with holistic healing through the gosp ...
 
The 36 lessons is a comprehensive discipleship material developed to give believers a correct belief and living system in Christ. It first of all conveys the core message of the Bible, helping believers to know the the Word fundamentally through the Incarnation and finished work of Christ. And from there, it exposes the harms of a truncated gospel, helps believers demolish a self-inclined belief and rebuild their lives with the full gospel. It concludes with holistic healing through the gosp ...
 
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Coming to you from the "Iron City" of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the Iron City Rocks Podcast brings you the best talk and interviews with the best in rock, heavy metal, blues and hard rock music. Visit us at www.ironcityrocks.com
 
The Vision of the show is to become the premier point of contact for lesbians, gays, transgender, bisexuals and parents that may have questions about the lifestyle. We will discuss issues faced every day to include coming out, gender identity, intimate partner violence, suicide prevention, bullying, finance, sex, relationships, love and more. As the premier point of connection, we have a place to learn, educate, contribute, connect, give and receive comfort, empower and foster integrity, cel ...
 
Positively Chaotic is a podcast about the chaos of life and how to embrace it. Each week, James Harris, of Million Dollar Listing: Los Angeles, invites special guests to discuss the most chaotic moments in their life that they ultimately transformed into positive experiences. Every episode features a beloved personality James has met through his career as a high end real estate agent. James and his guests will look back at the moments that changed their lives, the lessons learned and all the ...
 
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Happy Friday and Father's Day weekend to all the dads out there! This week on Real Talk, We have a special guest joining us! Pastor Vincent Smith of the Circle Church in Alexandria, LA, is joining Pastor Brad. In honor of Father's Day, these two dads talk about what it means to be in the presence of a father and the impact a father has on a person'…
 
Coming to you from the Iron City of Pittsburgh, in the 485th episode of the Iron City Rocks Podcast we talk to The Sopranos' Vincent Pastore and former Quiet Riot bassist Chuck Wright. Iron City Rocks brings you the best in Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal and Blues Music from Pittsburgh Check us out at: www.ironcityrocks.com www.facebook.com/ironcityr…
 
天父世界真美丽副歌:一切美美丽光明物,一切活泼生灵,一切聪明可爱物,都是父手所造。1. 每朵开放的小花,每只唱歌小鸟,鲜明颜色小羽翼,都是父手所造。2. 苍翠青山在远方,流水江河迂迥,朝日夕阳显辉煌,满天绚丽灿烂。3. 冬日雪花满天飞,夏日明丽太阳,秋天鲜果芳满园,每颗是祂所造。4. 祂赐眼睛善观赏,赐我口舌宣扬,全能主宰是天父,万物是祂所造。By 朱素云执事
 
A Supreme Court ruling on Jun. 23 stripped away a person's ability to sue for damages if evidence is procured without police reading their Miranda rights. University of Michigan law professor Eve Brensike Primus joins us. And, Femi Oke, host of The Stream on Al Jazeera, assesses how online communities are responding to the Supreme Court ruling that…
 
Longtime women's rights attorney Kathryn Kolbert joins us after the Supreme Court's reversal of Roe v. Wade. She argued the Supreme Court case Planned Parenthood v. Casey in the 1990s that reaffirmed Roe. And, has there been a "John Dean moment" in the Jan. 6 hearings? Let's ask Dean, former White House counsel who testified in the Watergate hearin…
 
A new series of events are ready to shake the earth and America will reel to and fro like a drunken man. The collapse of the nation is sure and all debts will be settled. For a moment the saints will rest from the ungodly spirits that have invaded the earth through rebellion, blasphemy and sin. Use this time saints to continue your preparations, fo…
 
Looks can be pretty deceiving and boy were we deceived! Kristy’s garden that we have been working on all spring and well into the summer turned out to be a great big bust. While we are very bummed about that outcome there is always a lesson to be learned, right? Listen to today’s podcast to hear how Brad’s coping emotionally with his squash failure…
 
In this episode Jon and Les talk with Mike Thakur. Mike tried serving for a season in a traditional pastoral role, but quickly learned that God had gifted him for ministry in the marketplace. Mike has a passion for kingdom focused entrepreneurship and seeks to help others embrace God’s plan to change the world through missions. Some of the topics w…
 
Author and activist Tarana Burke, founder of the #MeToo movement, talks about the immense amount of grief we're all feeling. And, the percentage of Black doctors hasn't changed in 40 years. New reporting finds Black residents get more harshly disciplined and thrown out of their programs at a much higher rate than their white counterparts. Dr. Valer…
 
Condo law expert Evan McKenzie talks about changes in condo oversight since the collapse of Champlain Towers South one year ago Friday. Pablo Rodriguez, who lost his mother and grandmother in the deadly collapse, also joins us. And, Mashama Bailey of The Grey in Savannah, Georgia, was honored by the James Beard Foundation with the Outstanding Chef …
 
A new series of events are ready to shake the earth and America will reel to and fro like a drunken man. The collapse of the nation is sure and all debts will be settled. For a moment the saints will rest from the ungodly spirits that have invaded the earth through rebellion, blasphemy and sin. Use this time saints to continue your preparations, fo…
 
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Brown University professor Zhuqing Lee about her new book "Daughters of the Flower Fragrant Garden," which tells the story of her two half- aunts, who were separated for three decades when one was stranded on an island that was claimed by China's Nationalists, while the other remained in mainland China.And, whil…
 
Galina and Yelena Lembersky fled the Soviet Union in the 1980s with hundreds of Galina's father's paintings. The paintings are now in Massachusetts, and so is the acting director of the Odesa Fine Arts Museum, Olesksandra Kovalchuk, who recently fled the war in Ukraine. Kovalchuk has been working from the U.S. to save the art left behind. The women…
 
A new series of events are ready to shake the earth and America will reel to and fro like a drunken man. The collapse of the nation is sure and all debts will be settled. For a moment the saints will rest from the ungodly spirits that have invaded the earth through rebellion, blasphemy and sin. Use this time saints to continue your preparations, fo…
 
The new documentary "Citizen Ashe" tells the story of the life and activism of tennis great Arthur Ashe. Ashe's brother, Johnnie joins us. And, the 1956 comic opera "Candide" by Leonard Bernstein, inspired by Joseph McCarthy's anti-communist hearings in 1954, reflects the "undercurrent of pushing ahead in spite of everything." Classical music criti…
 
In the early years of a central Phoenix prominent boarding school for Native American children, officials tried to wipe out the culture and identity of the students. But as reforms slowly changed native boarding schools over the course of decades, it became a place where students could reclaim some of their history. Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd report…
 
A new series of events are ready to shake the earth and America will reel to and fro like a drunken man. The collapse of the nation is sure and all debts will be settled. For a moment the saints will rest from the ungodly spirits that have invaded the earth through rebellion, blasphemy and sin. Use this time saints to continue your preparations, fo…
 
Wake up early and look up, because this month there are five planets lined up — arranged in their natural order from the sun — in the predawn sky. Here & Now's Robin Young talks with Kelly Beatty. And, almost four weeks after the mass shooting at Robb Elementary, the town of Uvalde, Texas, has begun to quiet down, and its residents have been left w…
 
After coming out, transgender-Jewish activist and educator Eliana Rubin has found a greater connection and sense of community through her religion. She uses theater and music to express herself and her tradition. And, Africans on board a slave ship in 1803 rebelled and drove their enslavers into the water as they were arriving to Georgia. After som…
 
This week Chazz is doing things a bit differently, he's covering unusual jobs! Did you know there are all these different ways you could be making money? For example going to funerals and ceing a professional mourner?! Or maybe animal food tester? Yep, taste food for animals folks! But there are some jobs that make sense, such as watching shows and…
 
你以否祷告1. 今早你未离开家前,是否已祷告,是否已奉基督圣名,恳求祂施怜爱恩情,保护及引导。副歌:祷告使疲倦者安息,使黑暗变为白昼,当生活愁苦且孤寂,勿忘记祷告。2. 当你遇见极大试探,是否已祷告,借主受死大爱功劳,恳求圣灵扶持引导,坚定不跌倒。3. 当你心里充满愤怒,是否已祷告,是否已求主施洪恩,使你能以主爱恕人,与他人和好。4. 当你遇见试炼痛苦,是否已祷告,当你心灵忧伤烦恼,是否向施恩座求告,得基列香膏。By 朱素云执事
 
Polar bear biologists have found a population of bears in Greenland that hunt on ice coming off of glaciers, rather than the frozen sea. That means they may be able to survive climate change longer.And, the high gas prices in Colorado have people changing their spending and commuting habits. Colorado Public Radio's Matt Bloom reports.…
 
Opal Lee walked all around the country for years to help establish this national holiday on June 19 to commemorate history and celebrate freedom. She joins us. And, Revlon filed for bankruptcy after sales of its cosmetics line dropped significantly during the pandemic and didn't rebound as expected. Senior editor at Bloomberg News Mike Regan joins …
 
In this episode Jon and Les talk with Vincent Pugliese. Among many other amazing accomplishments, Vincent is the author of The Wealth of Connection: A New Approach to Making Business Personal. Vincent believes that so much of the entrepreneurial world is people first creating a product, then trying to hustle to get others to buy their product. And …
 
Before Roe v. Wade established a woman's legal right to an abortion in 1973, women were often forced to seek illegal and sometimes dangerous abortions, or continue an unwanted pregnancy. Texas Public Radio's Caroline Cuellar speaks to a woman who had abortions before and after the Roe V. Wade decision about her experiences. And, Nicole A. Taylor's …
 
You may have noticed a lot of birds chirping outside your window before the sun rises at this time of year. Cornell University ornithology professor Michael Webster talks about the different theories as to why. And, flooding from heavy rain and snow melt forced the evacuation of 10,000 people from Yellowstone National Park. The drinking water in co…
 
A new series of events are ready to shake the earth and America will reel to and fro like a drunken man. The collapse of the nation is sure and all debts will be settled. For a moment the saints will rest from the ungodly spirits that have invaded the earth through rebellion, blasphemy and sin. Use this time saints to continue your preparations, fo…
 
Years of issues with Philly Pride culminated in accusations of racism and transphobia. And the problems aren't unique to Philadelphia. WHYY's Michaela Winberg tells the story in the podcast "March On: The Fight For Pride." And, more flights are to be arranged to deport asylum seekers in the UK to Rwanda, says the British government. Reporter Willem…
 
McDonald's was one of the largest companies to pull out of Russia after the invasion of Ukraine. But now the fast-food restaurants are returning with very similar food and a new name. NPR's Charles Maynes reports. And, extreme heat is sweeping across the United States. Nearly 100 million Americans are under heat-related warnings and advisories. Met…
 
The literacy program is exactly what the name implies: Drag Queens reading stories to young children — mostly on themes of diversity, acceptance, tolerance and self-esteem. Drag Queen Story Hour executive director and drag queen Jonathan Hamilt joins us. And, the East Fork fire is threatening four villages in the Yukon River region. One family has …
 
Comedian Randy Rainbow's new memoir "Playing with Myself" is as funny as it is poignant. He joins us. And, a Taiwanese flag patch on the back of Tom Cruise's leather bomber jacket in "Top Gun: Maverick" has created a big problem with China. Wall Street Journal Hollywood reporter Erich Schwartzel discusses the controversy.…
 
A new series of events are ready to shake the earth and America will reel to and fro like a drunken man. The collapse of the nation is sure and all debts will be settled. For a moment the saints will rest from the ungodly spirits that have invaded the earth through rebellion, blasphemy and sin. Use this time saints to continue your preparations, fo…
 
Danish photographer Soren Solkaer spent the last five years following starlings on their migrations around Europe. He talks about his new book, "Black Sun," about starling murmurations. And, researchers at the University of Washington are investigating whether psychedelics could alleviate depression in healthcare workers. KUOW's Eilis O'Neill repor…
 
Manuel Oliver is the co-founder of the gun reform organization Change the Ref and father of Joaquin Oliver, who died in the 2018 Parkland shooting. He explains what he thinks needs to be done now to prevent gun violence. And, Broadway's "Girl From the North Country" is a powerful touchdown in Depression-era Duluth, Minnesota. The show won the Tony …
 
This week Chazz is joined by your favorite guest, Sandy Blue Eyes! He's really old school.. really! Look at his outfit! Sandy has a strict diet, he is very neat and always looks sharp in his suits. Did you know he gets his hair cut every 44 days? The guys talk about dating and what if you have a woman that is dressed a certain way, will that deter …
 
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