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Tune in every month as Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron, Archbishop of Detroit, shares his vision for the missionary transformation of the Church in southeast Michigan and talks about the early fruits of our movement to Unleash the Gospel. Archbishop Vigneron is joined by hosts Mary Wilkerson, parishioner at St. Michael Parish in Livonia, and Michael Chamberland, parishioner at Our Lady of Sorrows in Farmington Hills. The name of the podcast, Eyes on Jesus, comes from Archbishop’s apostolic mott ...
 
“Ken’s Think Tank” is a web series talk show that takes place . . . in my truck! My name is Ken Collins. I pick up guests who want to chat about a topic of interest to them, we grab some coffee, and we drive through town chatting about their topic of choice. You never know what’s going to happen on these drives – so tune in to find out! All episodes are available in video format at http://KensThinkTank.com
 
Brought to you by the Farmington Libraries, Farmington Retold is a local history podcast that aims to revisit, preserve, and celebrate some of Farmington's most important moments throughout history. Each episode represents a slice of history stored within a digital time capsule - exploring the past, capturing the present, and embracing the future of Farmington, Connecticut.
 
Welcome to the third act podcast. Shining a spotlight on individuals, charities, and small business owners suffering from illness, economic shutdown, or lack of support and funding. Meaningful conversations that generate compassion and financial support from listeners compelled to join us on this journey to share life experiences that improve the lives of others.
 
Listen to small business leaders in small-town America bring their stories to bear. Find out and learn how these entrepreneurs are shaping America one small town at a time. Your Hosts: Bryan Crawford started his real estate just a few years back and is continuing to grow and nurture that line of work whilepursuring other ventures.Learn more of New Mexico Dream House at https://www.nmdreamhouse.com/ Stephen Mirabal runs his own digital marketing company in Farmington, New Mexico. His dream is ...
 
We discuss band and music education with musicians of all kinds. Don't let the name fool you - this is for everyone! Each week we gather with friends and colleagues from around our state to address the hottest topics on the minds of band directors. Hosted by Jerry Luckhardt (University of Minnesota) and Bradley Mariska (Farmington High School).
 
Accent on Mercy Alumnae - a podcast series proudly bringing you voices of Mercy graduates. In each broadcast, host Larry Baker, Apple Distinguished Educator and Associate Principal of Mercy High School Farmington Hills, Michigan, interviews an alumna who is making a difference in her walk of life. Popular topics include career paths, volunteerism, leadership, and the Mercy High School Difference. Find out more about Mercy at mhsmi.org. We are Mercy!
 
Worship Radio International has been in operation since August 1, 2014 when it was launched by Prophet Blaine in Farmington, MI. Our station is a 24 hour network that plays worship and an assortment of programs from some the christian kingdom’s most prolific preachers, ministers and prophets. We are a ministry that has a messianic background and reaches well over 100 countries worldwide. We are a ministry for those believers who desire to enter a deeper and more intimate level of worship. As ...
 
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A lengthy renovation program to install new seating, as well as enhanced irrigation systems and better facilities for players, will be ready to go just in time for the 2021 Connie Mack World Series, which will return to Ricketts Park after being canceled in 2020. The World Series will open in Farmington on July 23. Sponsored by Serious Texas BBQ an…
 
We live in a world full of hurting people who hurt people. Today we continue our message series - Good Mourning: Taking Your Sorrow to the Savior - by learning to cry out to God in the face of injustice. As we turn to Lamentations chapter 3, we'll talk about remembering the heart of God and learn to have hope as we wait on His justice! Listen with …
 
Born in California, Kristen grew up involved in various musical activities from choirs to orchestras, the most significant being her study of the piano. She earned her BM from Biola University and her MA from San Jose State University. Kristen began teaching young piano students in 1987 and is a certified Suzuki Piano Instructor. She has enjoyed wo…
 
It seems like Almost Yesterday that the community of Bunker celebrated its centennial history. Founded by Sylvanus J. Bunker in 1907, the small community paid tribute to its founders and its history with a weekend commemoration in June of 2007. Under the slogan, “Come Home to Bunker,” there was the traditional opening ceremony, a parade, beauty pag…
 
Our guest is Jessica Marcetti, is the manager of volunteer resources at Vista Maria. Vista Maria services 1200 people a year and has roughly 450 children in their program and 80 women staying on their campus. Vista Maria is a place for girls, youth, and their families to realize a life beyond trauma and ignite a life of possibility. I lead the Volu…
 
Farmington Public Library Centennial: 1921-2021:Library Director Karen McPheeters reflect on the library's history.Watch/listen for mentions of: Flo Trujillo, Luke Renner Yo-Yo Slinger & more!City of Farmington, New MexicoKSJE is a community-supported public radio station!Join us today at http://www.KSJE.com/supportDid you like this program? Share …
 
My guest for this episode is . . . Robert Gage! He’s promoting outdoor recreation in Farmington, immortalizing the history of our seniors, and providing a way for the homeless to re-enter society. See this episode and all the rest at http://KensThinkTank.com Support the show (http://kensthinktank.com/)…
 
It seems like Almost Yesterday that Ms. Christine Brewer appeared on the stage of Shryock Auditorium in Carbondale as a featured artist in the Southern Illinois Music Festival of 2008. For Ms. Brewer this was very much a homecoming. Born and raised in Grand Tower, Illinois, Ms. Brewer graduated from Shawnee Community High School near Wolf Lake, Ill…
 
Hugo Lowenthal 1879-1943 was born July 13, 1875 in Prag (Czech Republic). On February 8,1942 he was deported to Theresienstadt where from May 5 to 16, 1942 he composed "Traditionelle Weisen für Pesach, Schwuos und Sukkot" in an arrangement for violin and accordion. In June 1942, he was transported to an unknown Polish camp, where he presumably died…
 
Rochelle Beckemeyer has been serving as senior pastor at Echo Christian Fellowship in Lake Orion, MI, since June of 2008, having received a Master of Divinity degree from Michigan Theological Seminary (May 2008) and ministry credentials through the Assemblies of God (Certified Nov 2006, Licensed Nov 2007). She received her ordination credential in …
 
Do you know what it feels like to lose hope? To believe you'll never make it out of the darkness, the brokenness, the pain? In life, we all experience these "end of your rope" moments. The question is, where do we go from there? Today we continue our newest message series - Good Mourning: Taking Our Sorrows to the Savior - an exploration of an ofte…
 
Fifty or so hats from the 1910s through the 1970s are on display at the Farmington Museum at Gateway Park. The beauty of feathered hats shocks the eye and soul. “All Dressed Up” is on display until October. By Donna K. Hewett. Sponsored by Distil Beer Wine Spirits and Boons Family Thai BarbecueBy Local NEWS Network
 
It seems like Almost Yesterday that the city of Ironton, Missouri installed a series of historical markers to identify Civil War sites in the community. Of all the important historic sites in the Arcadia Valley, one that has great significance is where Ulysses S. Grant, on August 8, 1861, received notice of his promotion to the rank of brigadier ge…
 
Often when we talk about God we focus only on His love, mercy, and grace; forgetting that God is also holy and righteous - traits that cause Him to exercise judgment over sin. Today we continue our series - Good Mourning: Taking Your Sorrow to the Savior - by examining what the often forgotten Old Testament book of Lamentations has to teach us abou…
 
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