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Current Show (September 30, 2014):

Discussed by Brad Meltzer
with Brad Meltzer   www.BradMeltzer.com   A Collection of Heroes

The more questions you ask, the more answers you’ll find. And the more beauty you’ll uncover in the universe.” – Albert Einstein

Brad Meltzer has written many books over the years. “Heroes for my Son” and “Heroes for my Daughter” are New York Time’s Best Sellers. Brad even has several other books for kids, including his newest must read, “I am Albert Einstein”.

Brad does an excellent job in “I am Albert Einstein” of painting a vivid picture for the reader about the real life of Albert Einstein. Where did Einstein go to school and did he get good grades? How did his father influence him?

Brad Meltzer isn’t interested in just “selling books”. His desire is for you to build a library of real books with real heroes for your kids and grandkids. A few of the books to choose from are: “I am Rosa Parks”, “I am Abraham Lincoln”, and “I am Amelia Earhart”. In January, Brad will release “I am Jackie Robinson”. Amazing people with amazing stories. Log on to www.BradMeltzer.com  and start influencing your kids’ and grandkids’ future today.

Listen to this entire interview, friends. You will cry. Brad tells the story of who the biggest influencer in his life was – who encouraged him to write and keep writing. It is a tremendous story. Share this link with your friends on Facebook and followers on Twitter. It just might be the encouragement someone needs to keep going and pressing on toward their dream.

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Discussed by Sara Tracey
with The What's UP Radio Program

You might have negative feelings about the church and don't attend regular services. You might come on Easter and Christmas to make yourself "feel good". You might hate "corporate worship" because you think it’s fake or boring.

I believe this is also for the church member who feels like they aren’t wanted, needed, or loved. Being part of a church is so vitally important to the Christian life. We encourage each other, pray for each other, laugh and cry together, have fun together. Being part of a small group is also important. It’s not enough to “just go to church”.

Hello. My name is Church. Listen in and share with your friends.

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Discussed by Derryck Green
with Project 21 (www.NationalCenter.org)

Part 1 of 2

Project 21 recently made a daring proclamation: Throughout U.S. history, immigration surges have harmed black workers.

Employers would rather hire a 20-something Hispanic woman with two or three kids than a 16-18 year old high school, whatever the race or gender. Employers know that the woman will show up in order to put food on the table. Most high school kids are less reliable. Likewise, employers do not favor black workers over immigrants for the same reason.

Why would Project 21 make such an outrageous assertion? Take a look at the 1800’s. Immigrants would gravitate toward areas where the free blacks lived. The immigrants worked for less, therefore pushing blacks into employment. Then entered the immigrant’s trade unions, which excluded the blacks. Listen in as Derryck, with Project 21, describes their demands and why it is important to learn from history.

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Discussed by Derryck Green
with Project 21 (www.NationalCenter.org)

Project 21 recently made a daring proclamation: Throughout U.S. history, immigration surges have harmed black workers.

We have all heard about the illegal immigrants entering the US in massive droves. As seen throughout history, these immigrants (illegal or legal) are moving into predominantly black areas. Many blacks are already suffering financially due to the economy; many are out of work or work low-paying part-time jobs. These immigrants come into their communities, work for less, and often have several families or people living in a single house or small apartment so they can split the cost of living.

A recent paper by professors from the University of California, the University of Chicago, and Harvard – all liberal colleges – for The National Bureau of Economic Research made an astonishing conclusion. Their study “suggests that a ten percent immigrant-induced increase in the supply of a skill group is associated with a reduction in the black wage of four percent, a reduction in the black employment rate of 3.5 percentage points and an increase in the black institutionalization [incarceration] rate of 0.8 percentage points."

What does this mean?

Story Time: A city once had 1,000 watermelons to sell every day. Then, a new supplier comes to town and begins to sell 10,000 watermelons every day. What is going to happen? The cost of watermelons will go down!

The same thing can be applied to the job market. But what can be done?

Listen in as Derryck explains how jobs are disappearing across the board and how the wages for these jobs have declined with the vanishing jobs.

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Discussed by Mark Lanier
with Biblical Literacy (www.Biblical-Literacy.com)

Day 2

So far with the Context Bible, Mark has gone through the Gospel of John and is now taking us through Acts, studying the Holy Spirit in the Church. Mark supplements scriptures from the rest of the Bible during his Life Group class every Sunday, while the “meat” of the Context Bible comes from John, Acts, and Revelations (which will begin in November) in the sermons every Sunday.

In Greek, “behold” has two very different meanings: to observe and to reflect. In 2 Corinthians 3:18, Paul was telling the church that they should strive to be more like God in everything we do. Of course this seems obvious, but do we really live like this? We might say we do and we might act like we do (some of the time). You CAN change! God makes sure of that!

In this passage Paul is explaining to the people the new covenant. With the old covenant, God used people to write His covenant on stones and scrolls. With the new covenant, God writes His word and promises on our hearts. When we become Christians, His truth is forever written inside us, and we must, therefore, “reflect” Him outwardly.

We all have sin in our lives. No doubt! It’s how we choose to release that sin that makes all the difference in the world. Don’t ever let your sin keep you distant from God. He’s calling each of us into something very special. Don’t give up on Him because He will never give up on you.

Key Take Away from today’s segment: History is being rewritten every day and you are a key part of that. Never forget that you matter to God and you matter to the world.

Mark Lanier, the leader of the Context Bible study at Champion Forest Baptist Church, is a practicing attorney who also holds a B.A. in Biblical Languages from David Lipscomb University. He is both a committed student of Scripture and an excellent communicator of its truths.

If you do not have a church home, Mark invites you to come to Champion Forest Baptist Church in Houston, TX.  Attend the early service at 9:30 AM and then go the Family Life Center (located near the center of the church building) for his Life Group class, which begins at 11 AM. Mark’s class averages about 800 people every Sunday, so don’t be shy! Come and join them this Sunday!

Listen in every day to hear a portion of Mark’s lesson.

Remember, you can order a copy of his new book, “Christianity on Trial”, directly from the publisher [here].

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Discussed by Terry Lowry
with Host of the What's UP Radio Program

Host Terry Lowry interviews influential and knowledgeable guests on relevant topics for today.

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