Love and marriage, love and marriage, Go together like a horse and carriage. This I tell ya, brother, you can't have one without the other.
Love and marriage, love and marriage, It's an institute you can't disparage. Ask the local gentry and they will say it's elementary.
Try, try, try to separate them, it's an illusion. Try, try, try and you only come to this conclusion: Love and marriage, love and marriage
We've all heard the song before, immortalized by the suave tones of Frank Sinatra. A catchy tune that either one completely agrees with or no one agrees with.
After all, we have ample proof from society that love and marriage do not go together like a horse and carriage. In fact, marriage and love seem to be at odds with each other. Divorce rates are skyrocketing, whether Christian or not, in the U. S. In fact, marriage is seen as an unnecessary thing in order for a couple to stay together. After all, surely we don't need a piece of paper to state whether we're committed or not. Monogamy doesn't have to be in the confines of marriage, does it? We all know couples who have been together for years and are committed to each other.
So maybe, love and marriage don't go together.
But, is it all just about love and marriage? Is perhaps our definition of love somewhat skewed? Is love personified in the physical intimacy between man and women?
Let's talk about it on this episode of the Parker J Cole show. You can call in at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or, you can download the WLUV radio mobile app today. Any way you can, tune in
Atlanta based DJ & Fam of ICHH/Raw Radio @DugBoogie's wife, Linett Wilder lost her battle with Lupus on Tuesday. The hip hop community is coming together to raise some funds to help Dug & his children through this difficult time thru a fundraiser on Tuesday, December 23rd at Apache Cafe from 8p-12a as a benefit concert with performances by:
Clan Destined, @Arablak, @RealJLive, @itz4ize, @BoogieWoogieBrown, DJ Nervex, DJ Gee Supreme
Hosted by Fort Knox
A suggestion donation of $10 is appreciated at the door; Our fellow colleague and DJ, Dj Rasyrious, breaks down the fundraiser in more detail:
"This fundraiser is on behalf of my friend and DJ comrade Dug Boogie. Dug Boogie has been a prominent figure amongst the hip hop DJs in Atlanta and needs our help. His beloved wife Linett passed away from complications of Lupus on the morning of 12/16/14. Now what you may not know is Linett and Dug adopted Linette's niece and nephew a few years after their mother passed away. Now that Linett is gone, our homie Dug Boogie needs assistance for the two children that he's become a dad to. Fortunately, he has the burial costs covered but I figured we in the hip hop community can offer some extra help to relieve some financial stress while he segways into being a single parent."
There are a lot of reasons why people get divorced but among them are the hot issues of infidelity. When a spouse finds out that their husband or wife is cheating on them, it rips apart the fabric of the relationship. Sometimes the tear is so wide and so deep, that it cannot be repaired. Instead, the only option for some is to divorce.
Is being faithful a thing of the past? We've heard stories of couples who remained faithful through thick and thin, up and down. For some, the idea of having an outside fling would never cross their minds. What has changed in our society that being faithful seems to be a figment of the imagination?
Among Christians there is infidelity and we're supposed to be the poster children of love, marriage, and fidelity. Yet, it's nothing to hear of the pastor with so-and-so while this person is doing that with someone else. When we make the vow, 'forsaking all others', are we merely doing lip service because it's tradition or do we really mean it?
Can we love the one we're with? Can we truly be faithful?
On this year's last episode of the Write Stuff I'll be talking about this issue with Minister Yvette Tatum as we discuss my newest release, The Other Man. You can call in at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or, you can download the WLUV radio mobile app today. Any way you, can join us.
Queen Neeka of Be 100 Radio Atlanta, DJ Rollem, Diamond Love, and Sean Garvey weigh in on the best and worst moments from entertaiment to news to some of the highlights of Beat Break Radio in 2014; including More Than Ashley`s last appearance on the show. Plus, new music from Tha Message & R-Kitech feat. Precise.
In this episode of The Remix, we had blast talking about a few different issues.
Big Dee and Brittany discussed why black sororities have banned their members from wearing their letters while protesting. Gerald and Big Dee discussed the South Dakota campaign called "Don't Jerk And Drive."
DJ Lowe Ki also stopped by to talk about Boombap Saturdays.
DJ Yogi also had a nice mix.
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Dj Yogi Playlist
Blood In the Streets (feat. AZ) - Ghostface Killah Raw Shit - Talib Kweli Something Extra - Black Heat Machine Gun Funk - The Notorious B.I.G. Hook And Sling Pt 1 & 2 - Eddie Bo 24 Hour Karate School - Mos Def Funky Fanfare - Keith Mansfield Old School - Danger Doom/Talib Kweli Let The Dollar Circulate - Billy Paul Circulate - Young Jeezy Let The Dollar Circulate - J-Dilla Fat Pockets - Showbiz & A.G. Parental Advisory - Jay Rock Mortal Kombat - Big Daddy Kane I Shot The Sheriff - EPMD Emergency Procedure - Ghostface Killah Head Over Heels - Tears For Fears 187 (prod by Fizzy Womack) - M.O.P. Ugly People Be Quiet - Cash Money & Marvelous Music Man - Music Man Soul Clap - Showbiz & A.G. Method Man, Redman - Y.O.U. Purest_Hearts - Talib Kweli and Jon Connor One MC One DJ - Pete Rock & Skillz I'm Outta Here - Diamond D Gotta Get Away - Flaming Ember Good Kisser (DJ Sureshot & Dj Ron G Remix) - Usher Street Dreamin - Bridget Kelly ft Kendrick Lamar Team Feat. 2Pac (DJ Rob Dinero Remix) - Lorde Mashup Adele Rolling Deep Vs Mobb Deep Quiet Storm Own It - Mack Wildz Yamin - Yamin Semali Act too (Love of my life) - The Roots and Common No Role Modelz - J. Cole Kingdom (Clean) - Common Tonight's Da Night - Redman Can't Stop This - The Roots Lunch Money (Mixshow Edit) - Pusha T THE ONE - Cee-Lo The Formula (Funky FM Mix) - The D O C Soldier - Erykah Badu Back In The Day (Puff) (Feat. Lenny Kravitz) - Erykah Badu Try A Little Tenderness - Otis Redding Otis (feat. Otis Redding) - Kanye West & JAY Z Feel Right - Mark Ronson Ft. Mystikal Skeet Skeet - Hot 8 Brass Band Whats My Name Rock with the Hot 8 - Hot 8 Brass Band Why Your Feet Hurt - Rebirth Brass Band DANCE TONIGHT - Lucy Pearl Hold On - En vogue Afro Blue (Feat. Erykah Badu) - Robert Glasper Experiment Spinning Wheel [DJ Spinna Remix] - DJ Spinna/Shirley Bassey Scorpio (alt version) - Breaktionary Mama Gave Birth To The Soul Children (The Infant Mix) Feat De La Soul - Queen Latifah and De La Soul Jingling Baby Original - LL Cool J Jingling Baby (Remixed But Still Jingling) - LL Cool J Wheelz of Steel - Outkast In Da Wind (RideOutMix) - Trick Daddy In Da Wind - Trick Daddy Dangerous - Busta Rhymes Sir Duke - Stevie Wonder "Remember The Time" (the EARGASMIC re-fixx) - Michael Jackson x Jaycee Forty Days - Billy Brooks Luck of Lucien - A Tribe Called Quest Public Enemy - A Tribe Called Quest Youthful Expression
What happens when someone tells you that you are not going to live up to your full potential? Has a doctor or medical practitioner told you that you will not live past a certain point? Have you been told that you will never find love and marriage? Have you been told you'll never have children?
Has God acted out in your life to show you that no matter what man says, He has the final say?
On this episode of the Parker J Cole Show, we are going to talking with Angela Dockter who turned her life what should not have happened to a testimony that is a pinnacle of God's Faith. Author of the book My Life in Devotion, she takes through abundance, pain, forgiveness, sorrow, and triumph as each week, she presents us with devotion God has shown her to walk every step of the way.
Feel free to call in at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or you can download the WLUV radio mobile app. Tune in!
This week we have Glasses Malone in the studio with us to talk about some social and political idealogy. You guys already know what we're on. Glasses goes deeper than you'd probably expect and this is arguably one of our most riveting conversations we've had with any guest. If you've been wondering about what the rapper has been doing since leaving Cash Money take a listen. Also, we talk about our own top 5 black movies in honor of Chris Rock's Top Five release and we discuss all the good new hip hop music that dropped in the 4th quarter. Listen, Download and Share!
Things are going great in a relationship, and before you know it you're talking about big things like marriage and kids. Pump your brakes.
Lady Jaz will show you how to tell if your relationship is moving too fast. Relationships always rock in the very beginning, because they're new. But just because things seem to be all roses and puppy dogs, it doesn't mean you need to rush and get hitched. People always put their best respective feet forward in the beginning. Give it time and you'll find out if you guys are a good match.
Or Is your relationship moving at a snail pace?
Let's Talk About It!.......Listen in as Lady Jaz and guest discuss how to slow down a relationship that is moving way too fast, and also how to recognize when your so-called relationship is moving way too slow.
Listen to The LADY JAZ LIVE Show every Wednesday night on KLJN 107.7
Anyone who knows me knows that I love sci-fi monster movies. The Cave, Alien Franchise, Predator series and others from across the board comes to mind. I tend to enjoy them because I grew up watching them. In a recent discussion with some fellow speculative fiction authors, we went back and forth on issues about what's appropriate for Christian to watch. I maintained there was nothing wrong with me watching these kinds of movies and allowed for others to disagree with me.
The conversation then spilled over into reading. I read all kinds of books secular and non-secular. I'm a reader. However, I've become more increasingly selective as to what I read because I want to enjoy a good book. As I'm exposed to Christian authors from all walks, this thought led me to the current redefinition of what is appropriate for 'saintly fiction'. After all, I have met Christian writers who write all over the spectrum. So the question comes to mind, what is saintly fiction? Who determines it?
Join me as I talked with Jeremy Bullard, debut author of 'GemWorld' as we discuss these issues. You can call in at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or, you can download the WLUV radio mobile app today. Any way you can, join us