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Hanging Out with Jeremy Camp

Hanging Out with Jeremy Camp

March 21, 2008 by  
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Just before the concert last night, we were able to spend some time with Jeremy Camp. We talked about dealing with the loss of a loved one, getting angry at God and how Jeremy balances family and career. You can watch the interview below.

Washed By the Water

Washed By the Water

March 20, 2008 by  
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If you’ve heard the new song “Washed By the Water” from Needtobreathe, well here’s the video that goes with it! I think we’ve all been through seaons when we feel like our friends and the world are out to get us. The truth is, we only have one place of refuge. http://youtube.com/watch?v=3p_Akkx00k4

Hans Diehl’s Health Power Part 2

Hans Diehl’s Health Power Part 2

March 15, 2008 by  
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http://www.ncwchip.com/diehl.JPGListen to Part 2 of Gerry Fuller’s with Dr. Hans Diehl.

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Hans Diehl’s Health Power Part 1

Hans Diehl’s Health Power Part 1

March 15, 2008 by  
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http://www.ncwchip.com/diehl.JPGGerry Fuller interviews Dr Hans Diehl, the author of Health Power about changing your diet and lifestyle.

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Chillin’ with TobyMac

Chillin’ with TobyMac

March 14, 2008 by  
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During last night’s concert, we spent some time with TobyMac. We talked about family, being cool and Toby’s fashion sense. You can watch the interview below.

Chatting with Matthew West

Chatting with Matthew West

March 14, 2008 by  
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We got a chance to hang out with Matthew West before last night’s concert. We talked about dieting, blogging and appreciating god’s gifts. You can watch the interview below.

Howard Lyman Part 2

Howard Lyman Part 2

March 8, 2008 by  
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The image “http://commonground.ca/iss/0605178/2003_10_canada_01.jpg” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.Part 2 of Gerry Fuller’s interview with Howard Lyman.

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Howard Lyman Part 1

Howard Lyman Part 1

March 8, 2008 by  
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The image “http://commonground.ca/iss/0605178/2003_10_canada_01.jpg” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.Howard F. Lyman was born in Great Falls, Montana, on September 17, 1938. He was raised on a farm that produced dairy and meat commodities.

He attended Montana State University and graduated in 1961 with a BS degree in general agriculture. Upon graduation he spent two years in the United States Army before returning to work on the farm.

From 1963 to 1983 he was actively engaged in animal and grain production. The areas in which he was involved were dairy, pork, registered Hereford, chicken, range cattle, feedlot beef production, veal, grain, silage, and hay production.

In 1979 Lyman was diagnosed with a tumor in his spine. Faced with the prospect of paralysis, he vowed to return to non-chemical means of farming if he beat the cancer. He survived an operation to remove the tumor and set out to transform his land into an organic farm.

This attempt to fly in the face of the chemical-based farming establishment led him to take a try at political office but he lost his first contest. He became a lobbyist instead and moved to Washington, D.C.

Circa 1990, again facing health concerns, he became a vegetarian and found his health improving. In 1989 Lyman began to investigate Mad Cow disease, which was just becoming an issue in Great Britain.

It was not until April 1996 that Lyman became well known. In an appearance on Oprah Winfrey’s talk show, Lyman made remarks which in turn led to Oprah renouncing hamburgers. The National Cattleman’s Beef Association sued Lyman and Winfrey. Both were found not guilty of any wrongdoing early in 1998.

Eventually Lyman became a vegan, co-authored the book Mad Cowboy , and became president of EarthSave. Leaving that post, he became president of Voice for a Viable Future.

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Love Is Not a Fight

Love Is Not a Fight

March 6, 2008 by  
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Warren Barfield
It’s not very often that I come across a song where the lyrics just about knock me out of my seat. But Warren Barfield’s latest song “Love Is Not a Fight” did that to me (more than once). I had the unique privilege of chatting a bit with Warren about this song not too long ago and to pick his brain on where the inspiration came from.

He told me that he and his wife never fight…really…except for maybe once a year where everthing kind of builds up and they let it all out. Then they’re fine for the rest of the year. They had one of those fights not too far back, over something pretty silly. In fact, he can’t even remember what the fight was about. But at one point he says he actually uttered the words, “Well it might be easier if I just left.” He couldn’t believe he had actually said it. And he realized it’s that simple…just to walk out the door.

In this song, he asks God to send down his angels to guard the door. That’s what he imagined God doing that night he almost let it all slip away. And the resounding chorus reminds us “Love is not a fight, but it’s something worth fighting for.”

Most of us either know someone who is going through the process of separation or divorce, or perhaps have been down that road ourselves. May this song be our anthem, to remind us how fragile love is. Hear a sample of the song in the player below and be listening for it here on WGTS 91.9.

Paul Damazo – How to Become a Millionaire Part 1

Paul Damazo – How to Become a Millionaire Part 1

March 3, 2008 by  
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Wealth is not a matter of chance, its a matter of choice—Your choice alone!

This book covers finances from the womb to the tomb, and offers significant financial solutions and options. It will teach you how to take charge of your own financial future. You will learn:

$ How to earn an average annual return of 15% on all investments.
$ How to leave college debt-free without the help of your parents, and have more than $300,000 invested by graduation.
$ How newlyweds can be worth $10 million 20 years from their wedding day.
$ How to use your home to make you a millionaire.
$ How your children can be worth $15 million by age 45 so they can retire wealthy and young.
$ Two simple investments that will pay you 100% per year-for life!
$ How to become a millionaire, even if you’re starting late!

Paul S. Damazo started investing at age 15. For 50 years, his proven investment strategies have earned him an annual average return of 15% or more. He shows how almost anyone can become a millionaire and even a multimillionaire. Paul is an accomplished businessman, a generous philanthropist, and a proven inspirer. For more than 20 years, he has helped untold numbers of people all across the country with his Wealth Creation and Wealth Preservation seminars. He has a passion for helping people, especially young people, to have a more rewarding, happy life by making better financial decisions.