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One day you will stand before God and give an account of your life. The most important question you can ask yourself now is, will you be ready?
Most Christians know their response to the cross determines where they will spend eternity. But did you know that how you’ll spend eternity is determined by what you do in this life?
God wants you to discover your calling—He’s not trying to keep you in the dark. In fact, He longs for you to find the meaning and purpose that comes with knowing why you’ve been placed on this earth.
In Driven by Eternity, best-selling author John Bevere uses an eye-opening allegory and extensive Scripture to unveil how our daily choices shape our eternal existence.
Life beyond the final breath is much more than a destination. Don’t wait until it’s too late. Discover your God-given destiny and make your life count both today and forever.
Swarthmore, PA – .Maurice Gray Eldridge is the Vice Chair for the Chester Fund for Education and the Arts and former principal of the prestigious Duke Ellington School for the Arts. Over a career spanning five decades, Eldridge has empowered students through a strong focus on the arts at the center of a liberal arts education.
“I happen to believe all kids, whatever they want to be when they grow up, will benefit from having the arts in their lives,” says Eldridge. “The arts are integrated into the curriculum of the school, which helps students learn to think creatively, work collaboratively, so they can begin to feel a part of a family, a community. We’re building a community inside a school.”
Eldridge grew up in Washington DC in an era when the city like the rest of the country was segregated. When the Supreme Court issued its desegregation order for the nation in 1954, Eldridge was heading into the tenth grade.
Eldridge in that same year was recruited into a progressive, integrated, and coed boarding school in New England, where he emgerged as a leader through his genuine commitment to the role the arts, theater, poetry, and literature can play in education. In 1979, Eldridge was named principal of the Duke Ellington School for the Arts, where he served for 10 years.
In 2005, Eldridge was instrumental in establishing the Chester Charter School for the Arts in Chester, Pennsylvania, a K-12 arts school.
For more information on Chester Charter School of the Arts, visit www.ccschoolarts.org
Powered by Diversity of the Minds Radio Network and Blazin' Heat Radio comes the latest episode of Songs of Selah with your host, Scott Thomas Outlar.
On this week's show the theme is Golden Oldies where music is concerned. Plenty of tracks that will put a smile on your face and a kick in your step. But, most importantly, there will be open phone lines for the full two hours. So if you'd like to call in and read a poem or just shoot the breeze about whatever happens to be on your mind at the moment, please feel free to do so.
The number is 319-527-6171. Look forward to speaking with you!
You've probably heard of Bitcoin, but what exactly is Crypto Currency, and why is it valuable? Is it better than cash? How and where can you use it, and what is the benefit of an anonymous transaction? Find out on this episode! It could make you a millionaire over night! So listen up to this cryptastic episode of Pod Sequentilism with Matt Kennedy presented by Meltdown Comics!
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This episode features guest David Humphrey, the Executive Director for the Oregon Center for the Arts at SOU, Southern Oregon University. They talk about the Fringe Festival, the changes at SOU, demystifying art and the belief that art is for everyone. Enjoy! Music by the Rogue Suspects, Alena Chubert and Lauren Shera. Art on the Airwaves with Cammy Davis is a show produced out of Ashland, Oregon and syndicated via the Luxe Beat Radio Network. Cammy is a mixed media artist. www.cammydavis.com
Sparks fly when different disciplines collide. Visual artists respond to poets and spoken word artists create works based on paintings.
Join us as we discuss the intersection of visual art and poetry. Poets will join us with their works and how they find inspiration in visual art. Ekphrasis: Using Art to Inspire Poetry is a tradition that goes far back in time....The earliest and best known example of ekphrasis is the long description of the shield made by Hephaistos and given to Achilles by his mother Thetis. (The passage is found in Book 18 of the Iliad.)
Our artist/poets witll share their work here tonight. Woo Hoo!
Art Cry Radio is a show dedicated to finding and featuring Art andd creativity in all forms.
Don'dré, a native and resident of Chicago, IL was immersed in music even before his formal, academic education. At 5 years old he began elementary school, piano lessons, and choral training concurrently. At adolescence, he formal training focused strictly on vocal while he began his creative pursuits through instruments. As high school began, Don'dré expanded those pursuits to songwriting, production, and eventually recording. He went on to study music at Alabama A&M University where he developed his skills as a performer, director, house engineer, bassist and organist. He graduated in 2003 with a B.S. in Music Business and returned to Chicago to pursue his career.
Though most of his musical occupations were through churches, which he credits for his gifts and successes, he grew independently by using every tool in his arsenal to support aspiring artists. In so doing, he has elevated his craft of creating music to its apex. "My motivation is to create music out of emotions so that its more than just a tune, but an inspiration. A theme to life. A call to action." His mission now is to reach others with his the messages in his original, soulful compositions, and encourage the masses to be true to the essence of who they are.
Connect with Don'Dre:
Website: www.don-dre.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/dondre-soul Instagram: instagram.com/dondresoul
Hear Don'Dre's music now - - - www.soundcloud.com/dondre-soul
Lydia Pépin is a Canadian oil painter and portraitist. She has exhibited at galleries and events across Ontario, and has paintings in private collections across the world. Her oil painting depicts views of the everyday life, with a focus on natural light, warm colours and strong composition.
Pépin’s portrait paintings demonstrate her gift at capturing both visual appearance and the unique personality of her subjects, bringing them to life on canvas. Her painting process is personal and engaged; she prefers to meet her subjects in person and lets their personalities inform her painting. Her portraits include the painting of Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson, on permanent display at City Hall, as well as members of the military, such as Brigadier-General Jennie Carignan
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Black Sails: Series Retrospective part 4 - Anne Bonny & Max
In this episode we take a look back at the Starz pirate series Black Sails. This time we focus on the characters Anne Bonny & Max as voted by the fans. Podcast air date 8/7/18 episode 51 http://black-sails.wikia.com/wiki/Black_Sails_Wiki
Anne Bonny is a female pirate who operates in the Bahamas during the early eighteenth century. Beautiful but cold-blooded, Bonny is Rackham's lover, and Vane's deadliest henchman. Her youthful looks mask a borderline-psychopathic personality. By the end of the series, she survives at the final battle, is reunited with Jack and she and Jack Rackham are the only pirate captains still sailing under the black, albeit in secret. http://black-sails.wikia.com/wiki/Anne_Bonny
Max is a seductive, cunning, and cool-headed prostitute in the brothel on Nassau. In Eleanor Guthrie, she’s found a kindred spirit, a lover, maybe even a savior, but when her aspirations and Eleanor’s begin to conflict, their relationship, and Max’s well-being, take a dark turn for the worse. http://black-sails.wikia.com/wiki/Max
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On this episode of TFHUncensored, we welcome Radio talk show host and documentary film producer CL Bryant. CL will discuss his new book "Race For Freedom " his documentary "Runaway Slave". In addition to his input on todays political and social landscape
As Sondheim wrote, "Art isn't easy," but listening to people across the globe talk about it is! Our selection of shows that fall under the art umbrella is unparalleled, because we've got the world's most beloved authors, most talked-about actors and truly groundbreaking artists discussing their work, their influences and the creative process. On any given day, join in conversation with bestselling novelists, with museum curators on major fine art exhibits, with directors and writers whose films are the talk of Sundance or Cannes, with newsmakers whose latest works are changing the face of photography, mixed media or interior design. Spoken word is also voiced here, and other forms of poetry, as are journaling, crafts and more. Yes, BlogTalkRadio is bursting with self-expression; so if you've got a creative passion you'd like to share with the world, why not host your own show? We'll have you know, that part is easy.
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