7 Burst results for "Edward Knicks"

"edward knicks" Discussed on The Topical

The Topical

06:00 min | 7 months ago

"edward knicks" Discussed on The Topical

"A major announcement from congressional leaders today they announced their willingness to address the racial injustices flaking the nation. Your top lawmakers are committed to offering members of the black lives matter movement, either a statue or a holiday, and later this weird tender lump on the back of my neck assist, or is it a boil? We're GONNA pop it to find out from the onion and onion public radio I'm Leslie Price, and this is the topical. There is about to be wet, hot news flying all over the place, but on your goggles stay with us. Support for this podcast comes from I, heart radio, staying on top of the news. Every single day is really hard, and that's what we're making news o'clock the daily podcast from buzzfeed and iheartradio every weekday evening. We hope you catch all the stories you missed during the day, even got interviews with special guests like array of my only chance to be the lifelock party. Clock used a new podcast from buzzfeed in our heart radio that you need to keep track of life, listen to news o'clock on the iheartradio APP. After weeks of nationwide protests bird by the police killing of George Floyd. Congressional leaders are finally taking action lawmakers in Washington today officially announce their willingness to give black lives matter protesters, statue, or a holiday or something for more. I'm joined by OPR Congressional correspondent Charles Dearborn Charles. Can you give us a little more context sure Leslie? We've seen sustained protests in all fifty states demanding. Demanding Accountability from those in power, and now Congress has heeded their call. Here's main representative Edward Knicks on how this all came to be. People around this nation are calling for dramatic change. I can assure you that we intend to meet this moment with the support. It deserves a nice memorial. Say or perhaps a national day of remembrance that Individual States can decide to declare an. An official day off work if they want. Wow, that's pretty impressive stuff. It is indeed if passed, it would be some of the most sweeping federal legislation to address racial inequality in decades. Nice to see them finally putting their money where their mouth is. So what stages the legislation at right now there is a bill currently being drafted, so the details are still being hammered out. Out One of the biggest decisions, obviously will be whether to give them a statue or a holiday. Here's an ex with more I want to say to my constituents in the country. We have heard your message. Loud and clear enough is enough, and we intend to show this building a statue of a white hand, holding a black hand or some black children, looking inspirational or something. But then again a day I probably wouldn't cost us as much. Maybe that's the way to go. That's terrific, so do we expect this lot of pass? Well? Of course, it will have to go through a Republican controlled Senate and several members of already been pushing to dilute the bill by providing only a small metal plaque, or just rolling the whole thing to Martin Luther King Day will these all sound like great options to me, but should we expect this to appease the protesters? Based on talking to several senators, the black lives matter members are going to be very excited about this big step, and this is probably the last will hear from them while and do we have any comment from any of these activists. Sounds good. Thanks for the report, Charles. That's OPR's channels Dearborn back with more right after this. Lou. Lou? Hello Oh there. You are Jason I, said hello like ten times before you heard me probably because your headphones suck, but that's okay, because now's the time to get the latest and greatest from Ray con-. You already know Ray earbud started about half the price of other premium wireless ear buds on the market, but what you didn't know. Is that their newest model? The everyday each twenty-five ear buds are the best ones yet, and they're great for more than just music with six hours of playtime and seamless Bluetooth, pairing, Rais Khan's wireless ear buds are perfect for six. Our conference calls and for Bingeing your favorite Daily News podcast. PODCAST and they're comfortable to personally. I found them so comfortable that I've had mine for five months straight. The doctor say my skin is starting to fuse to them, and if I don't take them out soon, they'll need to be surgically removed but I don't care. These things are just so damn comfy, but don't take my word for it. Get fifteen percent off your order at by Ray RECON DOT com slash the topical. That's by RECON DOT COM slash the topical for fifteen percent off rake on wireless ear buds by Ray Con dot com slash the topical. Now go get these ear buds because I really hate repeating myself. If I never have to read another piece of news again I'll die a happy man, but let's face it. That was never going to happen anyway. Here's what else you need to know today. San Diego Police Department is defending an officer who shot an unarmed protesters earlier this month, citing that in the heat of the moment, the officer feared for his power San Diego Police chief David newsline addressed the incident at a press conference today and said that if quote, any of us were in his position, we would have done the exact same thing and that there would be no further investigation at this time. There is some good news. Today is cities around the country began to return to normalcy and Dallas Texas Mayor Eric Johnson announced. The city would soon be able to interface for of pretending corona viruses over Mayer Johnson applauded residents and city officials for their hardworking commitments over the past few weeks, and was hopeful that the city may soon be able to enter phase five of citywide devastation and outright panic and in sports. The NBA is in late July, a potential return date to resume their. Their season in Orlando, but there are still some details to iron out. Many NBA players reportedly concerned by the League's no letters to parents rule and feel that with such a rule in place they'll either need to shorten the season or be able to call home before bedtime one night a week. Personally I think these millionaire athletes need to suck it up and quit. Being such Mama's boy is so we can get back.

Ray Con Charles Dearborn Charles Leslie Price buzzfeed NBA Lou lifelock RECON DOT COM George Floyd Orlando officer OPR Mayer Johnson Eric Johnson San Diego Police Department Rais Khan Martin Luther King Dallas Daily News
"edward knicks" Discussed on The Topical

The Topical

02:04 min | 7 months ago

"edward knicks" Discussed on The Topical

"Weeks of nationwide protests bird by the police killing of George Floyd. Congressional leaders are finally taking action lawmakers in Washington today officially announce their willingness to give black lives matter protesters, statue, or a holiday or something for more. I'm joined by OPR Congressional correspondent Charles Dearborn Charles. Can you give us a little more context sure Leslie? We've seen sustained protests in all fifty states demanding. Demanding Accountability from those in power, and now Congress has heeded their call. Here's main representative Edward Knicks on how this all came to be. People around this nation are calling for dramatic change. I can assure you that we intend to meet this moment with the support. It deserves a nice memorial. Say or perhaps a national day of remembrance that Individual States can decide to declare an. An official day off work if they want. Wow, that's pretty impressive stuff. It is indeed if passed, it would be some of the most sweeping federal legislation to address racial inequality in decades. Nice to see them finally putting their money where their mouth is. So what stages the legislation at right now there is a bill currently being drafted, so the details are still being hammered out. Out One of the biggest decisions, obviously will be whether to give them a statue or a holiday. Here's an ex with more I want to say to my constituents in the country. We have heard your message. Loud and clear enough is enough, and we intend to show this building a statue of a white hand, holding a black hand or some black children, looking inspirational or something. But then again a day I probably wouldn't cost us as much. Maybe that's the way to go. That's terrific, so do we expect this lot of pass? Well? Of course, it will have to go through a Republican controlled Senate and several members of already been pushing to dilute the bill by providing only a small metal plaque, or just rolling the whole thing to Martin Luther King Day will these all sound like great options to me, but should we expect this to appease the protesters? Based on talking to several senators, the black lives matter members are going to be very excited about this big step, and this is probably the last will hear from them while and do we have any comment from any of these activists. Sounds good. Thanks for the report, Charles. That's OPR's channels Dearborn back with more right after this.

Ray Con Charles Dearborn Charles Leslie Price buzzfeed NBA Lou lifelock RECON DOT COM George Floyd Orlando officer OPR Mayer Johnson Eric Johnson San Diego Police Department Rais Khan Martin Luther King Dallas Daily News
Congress Announces Willingness To Give Black Lives Matters Protestors Statue Or Holiday

The Topical

02:04 min | 7 months ago

Congress Announces Willingness To Give Black Lives Matters Protestors Statue Or Holiday

"Weeks of nationwide protests bird by the police killing of George Floyd. Congressional leaders are finally taking action lawmakers in Washington today officially announce their willingness to give black lives matter protesters, statue, or a holiday or something for more. I'm joined by OPR Congressional correspondent Charles Dearborn Charles. Can you give us a little more context sure Leslie? We've seen sustained protests in all fifty states demanding. Demanding Accountability from those in power, and now Congress has heeded their call. Here's main representative Edward Knicks on how this all came to be. People around this nation are calling for dramatic change. I can assure you that we intend to meet this moment with the support. It deserves a nice memorial. Say or perhaps a national day of remembrance that Individual States can decide to declare an. An official day off work if they want. Wow, that's pretty impressive stuff. It is indeed if passed, it would be some of the most sweeping federal legislation to address racial inequality in decades. Nice to see them finally putting their money where their mouth is. So what stages the legislation at right now there is a bill currently being drafted, so the details are still being hammered out. Out One of the biggest decisions, obviously will be whether to give them a statue or a holiday. Here's an ex with more I want to say to my constituents in the country. We have heard your message. Loud and clear enough is enough, and we intend to show this building a statue of a white hand, holding a black hand or some black children, looking inspirational or something. But then again a day I probably wouldn't cost us as much. Maybe that's the way to go. That's terrific, so do we expect this lot of pass? Well? Of course, it will have to go through a Republican controlled Senate and several members of already been pushing to dilute the bill by providing only a small metal plaque, or just rolling the whole thing to Martin Luther King Day will these all sound like great options to me, but should we expect this to appease the protesters? Based on talking to several senators, the black lives matter members are going to be very excited about this big step, and this is probably the last will hear from them while and do we have any comment from any of these activists. Sounds good. Thanks for the report, Charles. That's OPR's channels Dearborn back with more right after this.

Charles Dearborn Charles George Floyd OPR Dearborn Washington Edward Knicks Martin Luther King Leslie Congress Representative Senate Official
"edward knicks" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

11:00 min | 2 years ago

"edward knicks" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Yes, ma'am. We had the opportunity to meet with Jamal Bryant. He came out to our faith kickoff, and they have already pledged seventy five hundred dollars to those wards UNC s in what we talk about a few of the is when someone goes to church this Sunday. And if your church is participating how will you be asked to give. So we are asking people to put five on it. We are not asking for a whole. Access asking people to give five dollars minimum gift the five dollars. Now. Listen, if you wanna give over five dollars, I'm not gonna stop you understand that adver we are asking people to just give a minimum of five dollars. We're calling it our fat. We were doing five dollar Fridays for the whole month of black history for black history month, excuse me for the whole month of February where we really were just on social media asking people to put five on it. So I know that a lot of the church are going to do different collections. They'll be -tunities to give. And if you can just put five on it Reverend mcdonnell's year giving us reason to celebrate here because you're making it feel so great up in here so alive with your singing in the background. So were you in the choir? I was widely college acapella choir of while college. Okay. You have a good voice. You use it often. I do I do. I sing all the time. I got to sing it's it's my wash. It's who I am this. It's part of what I what I would like to do. More about who you are. So my name's Paul mcreynolds. I grew up born and raised in Santa Ana, California that is southern California born and raised there. My father was the past was the pastor of the largest African American church there in Orange County, the second Baptist church of Santa Ana when I was about seven years old. I was in my room on my on my little piano playing plant some music screaming at the top of my lungs praises to God. And I heard it clear as day you're gonna preach just like you'll daddy. And I remember running into the kitchen and tell them my dad, and he just had this big bright smile on his face. And from that moment on my my whole life has been about loving God. Now, I will admit for awhile bid one because the calling is heavy living for God wanting wanting wanting to help people this this this calling is more than about yourself. So I was about seventeen years old. And I remember reading this scripture was Zeki thirty-three talks about being the watchman. And I read that I said, you know, what I said this is what it takes that. I got to blow the trumpet, and if the people don't, and if I don't speak the truth that people that the blood of the people will will be on my hands. I read that I said Lord that that is not what I wanna do. So from the became a firefighter paramedic. When went to went to the fire academy went to fire school and became an EMT worked in L A worked worked in in Los Angeles in West Hollywood. And I worked in West Hollywood worked in Carson, California and even north Hollywood. So. About two thousand eleven my father passed. Of in stage liver failure. And. And went back to work. And I was just like, okay Lord. I know you have a calling on my life and something I know since I was a little boy Lord. What is it that? You want me to do? I got a call twenty minutes later from my sister, Melissa. She said she's about to go sing for President Obama at the White House. And she said, what do you think about coming to school with me at Wiley college? I can get you a scholarship to sing. Dr Steven L Hayes Wiley, college, she gave me an opportunity in in a chance and me, and my sister got a chance to travel over the world. Just like my father did singing going to Japan going all over travelling around the south singing. And the opportunity came in twenty twenty sixteen when I graduated from school to go off to seminary and my chaplain at Wiley college Tabitha Rankin. She was like so what you doing after this? We got to do something because your preacher and in. It's all over you. So she was like I'm gonna give a call to my dean. D Moseley at a Gammon theological seminary. And I came to Gammon and the rest is history. Here I am at the IT C, and I've had the opportunity of working with you and CF I was awarded a scholarship, and let me tell you being y'all know what it's like being in college. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You can have financial aid. And and and you can have all that. But I I don't know about many other folks, but how my financial aid works out like I get like a two hundred dollar refund. After after I do all my books and everything. So every dollar counts. Everything matters. So for you to give to students like myself who are need to make sure that they can purchase books where they can make sure they they can do their purchase computers take technologies that they need for their classes that all becomes very important. Because the last thing that any student wants to be is is homeless and in that is the that that that. Is the dilemma that? We are facing is that a lot of our students they come to school and they're homeless, and they and they have nothing. But, but but what they want more than anything is to excel in their education because as what what is the model of UNC a mind is a terrible thing to waste, but it is wonderful thing to invest. Absolutely. So as so like myself after an African American black man in America trying his best to make it. Everything counts. Everything matters. So I'm very appreciative of the opportunities. I'm grateful for a doctor Frederick Patterson and Mary McLeod with own for their endeavors to make sure that African Americans such as myself could have access to education, I'm thankful for for the ambassadors for embassador young for their endeavors here in Atlanta to make sure that students here in the AFC could get access to funds exactly Frederick Patterson, of course, emir McLeod with the founders of UNC. Now, you Sierra we're gonna get to you. But I want to ask you, and you've been listening to Reverend Paul mcreynolds who was a UNC f- scholar and a current student at the interdenominational theological center here in Atlanta, the IT see you spoke about your dad, and he was a singer who was your father. My father was pastor John Edward Knicks Mack Reynolds. And let me tell you. He grew up in Chattanooga, Tennessee, I still I still got some family about hey will sell family. Love y'all can't vote. The Ryan's anti Joyce. Ryan, Betty, my aunt Betty who went onto to the Lord, I'm thankful for all of them. And then he grew up in riverside, California. And you know, let's let's be on. My my dad was was was was a hood. Do you use pretty he was from the hood? I'm sure it'd be all. Yes, ma'am. He's very very proud of our know that he's very very proud of me because he what changed his life was his voice, Dr Dr William hall from Chapman university in California gave him a scholarship gave him an opportunity to go to school, and he traveled around the world singing opera and. Then he did the met audition. And he got into the second round and on the day after he got done singing, Mason Dorma, he got done singing. The Lord told him that he was gonna preach and from then on the for the next thirty years. He passed up the second Baptist church of Santa Ana everybody. Thank you for listening. I'm Maria wing ten of course, that again is Reverend Paul mcreynolds also whether it's is Sierra McCain. We're talking about you in CF Sunday. Yes. And Sierra you sat here, and you listen to Paul Reverend Palmach Reynolds talking about his family, his upbringing how he went to Wiley, and you know, the influence of his dad his sister's influence, and when you in CF has done him, and so many others. What do you say to that give honestly give because if you were listening to Paul story he is following in? His father's legacy. His father received a scholarship his father. Pastored a church, and so Paul is doing the same exact thing that his dad did he is creating a legacy for his family and UNC f- has helped him to do that. And so what we're asking everyone to do is to just dig deep and give support students just like Paul here in Georgia. We have a for the two thousand seventeen eighteen academic school year UNC f-, awarded almost one thousand scholarships to students right here in Georgia at Clark, Atlanta. For example, we gave two hundred twenty three scholarships totaling almost one million dollars for African American students outside of the federal government UNC f gives the most money to black kids. Wow. Really? It's fascinating. And you know what? When I have been out in the community. What I have realized that a lot of people really don't know about you and CF CF again has been here for seventy five years. We believe a mind is a terrible thing to waste. We're all used to that. Absolutely. Absolutely. Exactly. Yeah. Exactly. But we're still here. And we are still supporting African American students were still sending over sixty thousand students the college every single year something else that people don't know while we do support HVAC us. Let's say you do get a scholarship from UNC f you don't necessarily have to go to an C you. If you go to the website, it's UNC F dot org slash scholarships. There's information there about all of the opportunities. That are available. You can the school that actually gets the most support from us in scholarships is Georgia state, which is not an H B C you, and so it is just important that our students are out there doing their homework researching getting on the website and finding these opportunities they are there, and there are organizations like UNC that wants to help us. But we know that Georgia state. Yeah, though, it is not an issue. It is graduating large. Now, they do do. That is true. We're talking about UNC of Sunday or we can call it giving Sunday and we've named a couple of churches are three race. Of hope dream center. Newbirth who are participating. We also have greater piney grove Baptist church service times at seven fifteen and ten thirty going to be participating and we're so excited to have greater piney grove. I'm on board with us you have greater body of Christ temple with their services at nine thirty and ten thirty s is they are autho cascade road with Reverend Tony Ingram. She is so excited about partnering with us. We dropped off some fans and some information about UNC CF scholarship information. So if you go there, she's got all the information to help your students get to.

UNC Reverend Paul mcreynolds California Santa Ana Georgia Atlanta Reverend mcdonnell Jamal Bryant Wiley college Paul mcreynolds Paul Reverend Palmach Reynolds Dr Steven L Hayes Wiley Gammon theological seminary Japan Orange County piney grove Baptist church Frederick Patterson Hollywood
"edward knicks" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

10:21 min | 2 years ago

"edward knicks" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Yes, ma'am. We had the opportunity to meet with Jamal Bryant. He came out to our faith kickoff, and they have already pledged seventy five hundred dollars to though towards UNC f what we talk about a few of the is when someone goes to church this Sunday. And if your church is participating how will you be asked to give. So we are asking people to put five on it. We are not asking for a whole. Asking people to give five dollars a minimum gift the five dollars. Now. Listen, if you wanna give over five dollars, I'm not gonna stop you understand that ever we are asking people to just give a minimum of five dollars. We're calling it our fat. We were doing five dollar Fridays for the whole month of black history for black history month, excuse me for the whole month of February where we really were just on social media asking people to put five on it. So I know that a lot of the churches are going to do different collections. There'll be opportunities to give and if you can just put five on it, Reverend Macron's year giving us reason to celebrate here because you're making fewer so great up in here so alive with your singing in the background. So were you in the choir? I was a college the acapella choir of while the college. Okay. You have a good voice, you smile you. Use it often. I do I do I sing all the time. Gotta sing. It's it's my worship. It's who. I am. It's part of what I what I would like to tell us more about who you are. So my name's Paul Matt Reynolds, I grew up born and raised in Santa Ana, California that is southern California born and raised there. My father was the past was the pastor of the largest African American church there in Orange County. These second Baptist church of Santa Ana when I was about seven years old. I was in my room on my on my little piano playing plant some music screaming at the top of my lungs praises to God. And I heard it clear as day you're gonna preach just like your daddy. And I remember running into the kitchen and tell them my dad, and he just had this big bright smile on his face. And from that moment on my my whole life has been about loving God. Now, I will admit for awhile. I bid one because the call. Thing is heavy living for God wanting wanting wanting to help people this this this calling is more than about yourself. So I was about seventeen years old. And I remember reading this scripture was Ezekiel thirty three talks about being the watchmen. And I read that I said, you know, what I said if this is what it takes that. I I gotta blow the trumpet. And if the people don't, and if I don't speak the truth that people that the blood of the people will will be on my hands. I read that I said Lord that that is not what I wanna do. So from there became a firefighter paramedic. When went to went to the fire academy went to fire school in became an EMT worked in L A worked worked in in Los Angeles in West Hollywood. And I work in West Hollywood worked in Carson, California in even a north Hollywood. So about two thousand eleven my father passed. Of in stage liver failure and. Going back and went back to work. And I was just like, okay Lord. I know you have a calling on my life and something I know since I was a little boy Lord. What is it that? You want me to do? I got a call twenty minutes later for my sister, Melissa. She said she's about to go sing for President Obama at the White House. And she said, what do you think about coming to school with me? A while the college I can get you a scholarship to sing. And Dr Steven L Hayes at Wiley college. She gave me an opportunity and a chance at me. And my sister got a chance to travel over the world, just like my father did singing gone to Japan going all over travelling around the south singing. And the opportunity came in twenty two thousand sixteen when I graduated from school to go off to seminary, and my chaplain at Wiley college Tabitha ranking she was like, so what you doing this? You got to do something because you're preaching and in this all over you. So she was like I'm gonna give a call to my dean. Moseley at a Gammon theological seminary. And I came to Gammon and the rest is history. Here. I am at the IT, and I've had the opportunity of working with you and CF I was awarded a scholarship, and let me tell you being y'all know what it's like being in college. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You can have financial aid. And and and you can have all that. But I I don't know about many other folks, but how my financial aid works out like I get like a two hundred dollar refund. After after I do all my books and everything. So every dollar counts. Everything matters. So for you to give to students like myself who are need to make sure that they can purchase books where they can make sure they they can do their purchase computers. Take take technologies that they need for their classes that all becomes very important. Because the last thing that any student wants to be is is homeless. And and that is the that that that is. Is the dilemma that? We are facing is that a lot of our students they come to school and they're homeless, and they and they have nothing. But, but but what they want more than anything is to excel in education because as what what is the model of UNC a mind is a terrible thing to waste stack. But it is a wonderful thing to invest, absolutely. So as so like myself after an African American black man in America trying his best to make it. Everything counts. Everything matters. So I'm very appreciative of the opportunities. I'm grateful for a doctor Frederick Patterson and Mary McLeod with own for their endeavors to make sure that African Americans such as myself could have access to education, I'm thankful for for the ambassadors for embassador young for their endeavors here in Atlanta to make sure that students here in the eight UC could get access to funds exactly Frederick Patterson, of course, mirror McLeod with the founders of UNC. Now, you see we're gonna get to you. But I want to ask you, and you've been listening to Reverend Paul mcreynolds who was UNC f- scholar and occurrence student at the interdenominational theological center here in Atlanta, the IT see you spoke about your dad, and he was a singer who was your father. My father was pastor John Edward Knicks mcreynolds, let me tell you. He grew up in Chattanooga, Tennessee, I still I still got some family about family. Love y'all can't vote. The Ryan's anti Joyce ri-, and Betty my aunt Betty who went onto to the Lord, I'm thankful for all of them. And then he grew up in riverside, California. And you know, let's let's be on. My my dad was was was was a hood do use pretty he was from the hood. I'm sure he'd be very proud. All yes, ma'am. He's very very proud of our I know that he's very very proud of me because he what changed his life was his voice, Dr Dr William hall from Chapman university in California gave him a scholarship gave him an opportunity to go to school and he traveled around the world singing opera and then he did the met audition. And he got into the second round and on the day after he got done singing, Mason Dorma, he got done singing. The Lord told him that he was gonna preach and from then on the for the next thirty years. He passed up the second Baptist church of Santa Ana everybody. Thank you for listening. I'm Marie of wing ten of course, that again is Reverend Paul mcreynolds. Also, this is Sierra McCann. We're talking about you in CF Sunday. Yes. And Sierra you sat here, and you listen to Paul Reverend Palmach Reynolds talking about his family his upbringing how he went to Wiley. And you know, the influence of his dad his sisters in and when you in CF has done for him, and so many others. What do you say to that give honestly give because if you listening to Paul story he is following in? His father's legacy is father received a scholarship his father pastored, a church, and so Paul is doing the same exact thing that his dad did he is creating a legacy for his family and UNC f- has helped him to do that. And so what we're asking everyone to do is to just dig deep and give and supports students. Just like Paul here in Georgia. We have a for the two thousand seventeen eighteen academic school year UNC f-, awarded almost one thousand scholarships to students right here in Georgia at Clark, Atlanta. For example, we gave two hundred twenty three scholarships totaling almost one million dollars for African American students outside of the federal government. You. CF gives the most money to black kids. Wow. Really? It's fascinating. And you know what? When I have been out in the community. What I have realized that a lot of people really don't know about UNC F UNC CF again has been here for seventy five years. We believe a mind is a terrible thing waste. We're all used to that. Absolutely. Absolutely. Exactly. Remember those? Yeah. Exactly. But we're still here. And we are still supporting African American students were still sending over sixty thousand students the college every single year something else that people don't know while we do support HPC us. Let's say you do get a scholarship from UNC f you don't necessarily have to go to an B C, you if you go to the website, it's UNC F dot org slash scholarships. There's information there about all of the opportunities. That are available. You can the school that actually gets the most support from us in scholarships is Georgia state, which is not an H B C you and so it is just important. That our students are out there during their homework researching getting on the website and finding these opportunities they are there, and there are organizations like UNC that wants to help us. Yeah. But we know that Georgia state. Yeah. Though, it is not an issue. It is graduating large. Now, they do do. That is true. We're talking about UNC of Sunday. Are we can call it giving Sunday?.

UNC Reverend Paul mcreynolds California Paul Reverend Palmach Reynolds Georgia Santa Ana Wiley college Atlanta Reverend Macron Jamal Bryant Hollywood Gammon theological seminary Ezekiel Japan Orange County Frederick Patterson John Edward Knicks mcreynolds White House
"edward knicks" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

10:22 min | 2 years ago

"edward knicks" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Yes, ma'am. We had the opportunity to meet with Jamal Bryant. He came out to our faith kickoff. And they have already pledged seventy five hundred dollars to those words UNC f it what we talk about a few of the churches when someone goes to church this Sunday. And if your church is participating how will you be asked to give. So we are asking people to put five on it. We are not asking for a whole. Access asking people to give five dollars a minimum gift the five dollars. Now. Listen, if you wanna give over five dollars, I'm not going to stop you let stand that adver. We are asking people to just give a minimum of five dollars. We're calling it. Our fat. We were doing five dollar Fridays for the whole month of black history for black history month, excuse me for the whole month of February where we really were just on social media asking people to put five on it. So I know that a lot of the churches are going to do different collections. There'll be opportunities to give. And if you can just put five on it Reverend McDonald's year giving us reason to celebrate here because you're making it feel so great in here so alive with your singing in the background. So were you in the choir? I was widely college acapella choir of Wiley college. Okay. You have a good voice. You use it often. I do I sing all the time. I gotta sing. It's it's it's my worship. It's who. I am this. It's part of what I what I would like to tell us more about who you are. So my name's Paul mcreynolds grew up born and raised in Santa Ana, California that is southern California born and raised there. My father was the was the pastor of the largest African American church there in Orange County, the second Baptist church of Santa Ana on when I was about seven years old. I was in my room on my on my little piano playing plant some music screaming at the top of my lungs praises to God. And I heard it clear as day you're gonna preach just like your daddy. And I remember running into the kitchen and tell them my dad, and he just had this big bright smile on his face. And from that moment on my my whole life has been about loving God. Now, I will admit for a while. I did one because the call. Is heavy living for God wanting wanting wanting to help people this this this calling is more than about yourself. So I was about seventeen years old. And I remember reading this scripture. It was Zeki thirty-three talks about being the watchmen. And I read that I said, you know, what I said if this is what it takes that. I I gotta blow the trumpet. And if the people don't, and if I don't speak the truth that people that the blood of the people will will be on my hands. I read that I said Lord that that is not what I wanna do. So from there became a firefighter paramedic. When went to went to the fire academy went to fire school in became an EMT worked in L A worked worked in in Los Angeles in West Hollywood. And I worked in Hollywood or worked in Carson, California. And even north Hollywood. So about two thousand eleven my father passed. Of in stage liver failure and. Going back and went back to work. And I was just like, okay Lord. I know you have a calling on life and something I know since I was a little boy. And Lord, what is it that? You want me to do? I got a call twenty minutes later for my sister, Melissa. She said she's about to go sing for President Obama at the White House. And she said, what do you think about coming to school with me at Wiley college? I can get you a scholarship to sing. And Dr Steven L Hayes at Wiley college. She gave me an opportunity in chance and me, and my sister got a chance to travel the world just like my father did singing going to Japan going all over travelling around the south singing. And the opportunity came in twenty twenty sixteen when I graduated from school to go off to seminary, and my chaplain at Wiley college Tabitha ranking she was like, so which what you doing after this week. You got to do something because your preacher and in this all over you. So she was like I'm gonna give a call to my dean. D- Moseley at a Gammon theological seminary. And I came to Gammon and the rest is history. Here. I am at the IT, and I've had the opportunity of working with you and CF I was awarded a scholarship, and let me tell you being y'all know what it's like being in college. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You can have financial aid. And and and you can have all that. But I I don't know about many other folks, but how my financial aid works out like I get like a two hundred dollar refund. After after I do all my books and everything. So every dollar counts. Everything matters. So for you to give to students like myself for me to make sure that they can purchase books where they can make sure they they can do their purchase computers technologies that they need for their classes that all becomes very important. Because the last thing that any student wants to be is is homeless. And and that is the that that. Is the dilemma that? We are facing is that a lot of our students they come to school and they're homeless, and they and they have nothing. But, but but what they want more than anything is to excel in their education because as what what is the model of UNC a mind is a terrible thing to waste, but it is a wonderful thing to invest. Absolutely. So as so like, myself effort, an African American black man in America. Trying his best to make it. Everything counts. Everything matters. So I'm very appreciative of the opportunities. I'm grateful for a doctor Frederick Patterson and Mary McLeod with own for their endeavors to make sure that African Americans such as myself could have access to education on thankful for for the ambassadors for embassador young for their endeavors here in Atlanta to make sure that students here in the AFC could get access to fuss exactly Frederick Patterson, of course, a mirror McLeod with owned, the founders of UNC. Now, you see we're gonna get to you. But I want to ask you, and you've been listening to Reverend Paul mcreynolds who was a UNC f- scholar and occurrence student at the interdenominational theological center here in Atlanta, the IT you spoke about your dad, and he was a singer who was your father. My father was pastor John Edward Knicks mcreynolds, and let me tell you. He grew up in Chattanooga, Tennessee, I still I still got some family. About family. Love y'all. Can't folk the Ryan's anti Joyce. Ryan, Betty, my aunt Betty who went onto to the Lord, I'm thankful for all of them. And then he grew up in riverside, California. And you know, let's let's be on. My my dad was was was was a hood. Do you use pretty he was from her? I'm sure he'd be very proud. All. Yes, ma'am. He's very very proud of our know that he's very very proud of me because he what changed his life was his voice. Dr back to William hall from Chapman university in California gave him a scholarship gave him an opportunity to go to school, and he traveled around the world singing opera and. Then he did the met audition. And he got into the second round and on the day after he got done singing, Mason Dorma, he got done singing. The Lord told him that he was gonna preach and from then on the for the next thirty years. He pastored the second Baptist church of Senate everybody. Thank you for listening. I'm Maria Bloomington. Of course that again is Reverend Palma grennell also whether it's the McCain we're talking about you in CF Sunday. Yes. And Sierra you sat here, and you listen to Paul Reverend Palmach Reynolds talking about his family his upbringing how he went to Wiley, and you know, the influence of his dad his sisters in and when you in CF has done for him, and so many others. What do you say to that give honestly give because if you were listening to Paul story he is following in? His father's legacy. His father received a scholarship his father. Pastor to hurt. And so Paul is doing the same exact thing that his dad did he is creating a legacy for his family and UNC f- has helped him to do that. And so what we're asking everyone to do is to just dig deep and give and support students just like Paul here in Georgia. We have a for the two thousand seventeen eighteen academic school year, you CF awarded almost one thousand scholarships to students right here in Georgia at Clark Atlanta. For example, we gave two hundred twenty three scholarships totaling almost one million dollars for African American students outside of the federal government UNC f gives the most money to black kids. Wow. Really? It's fascinating. And you know, what when I've been out in the community. What I have realized that a lot of people really don't know about UNC F, you UNC CF again has been here for seventy five years. We believe a mind is a terrible thing to waste. We're all used to that. Absolutely. Absolutely. Exactly. I remember does. Yeah. Exactly. But we're still here. And we are still supporting African American students were still sending over sixty thousand students the college every single year something else that people don't know while we do support HPC us. Let's say you do get a scholarship from UNC f you don't necessarily have to go to an HP C, you if you go to the website, it's UNC F dot org slash scholarships. There's information there about all of the opportunities. That are available. You can the school that actually gets the most support from us in scholarships is Georgia state, which is not an HVAC you. And so it is just important that our students are out there doing their homework researching getting on the website and finding these opportunities they are there, and there are organizations like UNC s that want to help us. Yeah. But we know that Georgia state. Yeah. Though, it is not an issue. It is graduating large. Now, they do do. That is true. We're talking about UNC of Sunday. Are we can call it giving Sunday? Lutely..

UNC Wiley college Reverend Paul mcreynolds California Georgia Atlanta Jamal Bryant Santa Ana Reverend McDonald Hollywood Paul mcreynolds Gammon theological seminary Japan Paul Reverend Palmach Reynolds Frederick Patterson Orange County John Edward Knicks mcreynolds Zeki
"edward knicks" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

10:23 min | 2 years ago

"edward knicks" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Yes, ma'am. We had the opportunity to meet with Jemaah Bryant he came out to our faith kickoff, and they have already pledged seventy five hundred dollars to those towards UNC f what we talk about a few of the is when someone goes to church this Sunday. And if your church is participating how will you be asked to give. So we are asking people to put five on it. We are not asking for a whole lot. Access asking people to give five dollars a minimum gift the five dollars. Now. Listen, if you wanna give over five dollars, I'm not gonna stop you stand that ever we are asking people to just give a minimum of five dollars. We're calling it our fat. We were doing five dollar Fridays for the whole month of black history for black history month, excuse me, the whole month of February where we really were just on social media asking people to put five on it. So I know that a lot of the churches are going to do different collections. There'll be opportunities to give and if you can just put five on it Reverend mcreynolds year giving us reason to celebrate here because you're making a fuel so great up in here so alive with your singing in the background. So were you in the choir? I was widely college the acapella choir of Wiley college. Okay. You have a good voice. You use it often. I do I do. I sing all the time. I got to sing. It's it's it's my worship. It's who. I am smell. It's part of what I what what I would like to tell me more about who you are. So my name's Paul mcreynolds. I grew up born and raised in Santa Ana, California that is southern California born and raised there. My father was the past was the pastor of the largest African American church there in Orange County, the second Baptist church of Santa Ana on when I was about seven years old. I was in my room on my on my little piano playing plant some music screaming at the top of my lungs praises to God. And I heard it clear as day you're gonna preach just like your daddy. And I remember running into the kitchen and tell them my dad, and he just had this big bright smile on his face. And from that moment on my my whole life has been about loving God. Now, I will admit for a while. I did one because the call. Ling is heavy living for God wanting wanting wanting to help people this this this calling is more than about yourself. So I was about seventeen years old. And I remember reading this scripture. It was Zeki thirty-three talks about being the watchmen. And I read that I said, you know, what I said if this is what it takes that. I I gotta blow the trumpet. And if the people don't, and if I don't speak the truth that people that the blood of the people will will be on my hands. I read said Lord that that is not what I wanna do. So from the became a firefighter paramedic. When went to went to the fire academy went to school and became an EMT worked in LA worked worked in in Los Angeles in West Hollywood. And I worked in West Hollywood worked in Carson, California and even north Hollywood. So about two thousand eleven my father passed. Of in stage liver failure. And. On that and went back to work. And I was just like, okay Lord. I know you have a calling on my life and something I know since I was a little boy Lord. What is it that? You want me to do? I got a call twenty minutes later for my sister, Melissa. She said she's about to go sing for President Obama at the White House. And she said, what do you think about coming to school with me at Wiley college? I can get you a scholarship to saying and Dr Steven Hayes at Wiley college, she gave me an opportunity in Chan sent me. And my sister got a chance to travel over the world. Just like my father did singing. Gone to Japan going all over travelling around the south singing and the opportunity came in twenty two thousand sixteen when I graduated from school to go off to seminary and my chaplain at Wiley college of Tabitha Rankin. She was like so what you doing after this? You got to do something because your preacher and in. It's all over you. So she was like give a call to my dean. D- Moseley at a Gammon theological seminary. And I came to Gammon and the rest is history. Here I am at the IT C, and I've had the opportunity of working with you and CF I was awarded a scholarship, and let me tell you being y'all know what it's like being in college. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You can have financial aid. And and you can have all that. But I I don't know about many other folks, but how my financial aid works out like I get like a two hundred dollar refund. After after I do all my books and everything. So every dollar counts. Everything matters. So for you to give to students like myself who are me to make sure that they can purchase books where they could make sure they they can do their purchase computers take technologies that they need for their classes that all becomes very important. Because the last thing that any student wants to be is is homeless and in that is the vet that vet. Is the dilemma that? We are facing is that a lot of our students they come to school and they're homeless, and they and they have nothing. But, but but what they want more than anything is to excel in their education because as what what is the model of UNC a mind is a terrible thing to waste, but it is wonderful thing to invest. Absolutely. So as so like myself after an African American black man in America. Trying his best to make it. Everything counts. Everything matters. So I'm very appreciative of the opportunities. I'm grateful for a doctor Frederick Patterson and Mary McLeod with own for their endeavors to make sure that African Americans such as myself could have access to education, I'm thankful for for the ambassadors for embassador young for their endeavors here in Atlanta to make sure that students here in the AFC could get access to funds exactly Frederick Patterson, of course, mirror McLeod with the founders of UNC. Now, you see we're gonna get to you. But I want to ask you, and you've been listening to Reverend Paul mcreynolds who was a UNC f- scholar occurrence student at the interdenominational theological center here in Atlanta, the IT you spoke about your dad, and he was a singer who was your father. My father was pastor John Edward Knicks mcreynolds, and let me tell you. He grew up in Chattanooga, Tennessee, I still I still got some family. About family. Love y'all. Can't folk the Ryan's anti-choice. Ryan, Betty, my aunt Betty who went onto to the Lord, I'm thankful for all of them. And then he grew up in riverside, California. And you know, let's let's be on. My my dad was was was was a hood. Do you use pretty he was from the hood? I'm sure it'd be very all. Yes, ma'am. He's very proud of our I know that he's very very proud of me because he what changed his life was his voice, doctor, Dr William hall from Chapman university in California gave him a scholarship gave him an opportunity to go to school, and he traveled around the world singing opera and. Then he did the met audition. And he got into the second round and on the day after he got done singing, Mason Dorma, he got done singing. The Lord told him that he was gonna preach and from then on the for the next thirty years. He pastored the second Baptist church of Santa Ana everybody. Thank you for listening. I'm Maria Boynton. Of course that again is Reverend Paul McGrath. Also, whether it's the McCain we're talking about you in CF Sunday. Yes. And Sierra you sat here, and you listen to Paul Reverend Paul mcreynolds talking about his family his upbringing how he went to Wiley, and you know, the influence of his dad his sisters in and when UNC has done him, and so many others. What do you say to that give honestly give because if you were listening to Paul story he is following in? His father's legacy is father received a scholarship. His father. Pastored a church, and so Paul is doing the same exact thing that his dad did he is creating a legacy for his family and UNC f- has helped him to do that. And so what we're asking everyone to do is to just dig deep and give and support students just like Paul here in Georgia. We have for the two thousand seventeen eighteen academic school year UNC f-, awarded almost one thousand scholarships to students right here in Georgia at Clark, Atlanta. For example, we gave two hundred twenty three scholarships totaling almost one million dollars for African American students outside of the federal government UNC f gives the most money to black kids. Wow. Really? It's fascinating. And you know, what when I've been out in the community. What I have realized that a lot of people really don't know about UNC F UNC f- again has been here for seventy five years. We believe a mind is a terrible things waste. We're all used to that. Absolutely. Absolutely. Exactly. Yeah. Exactly. But we're still here. And we are still supporting African American students were still sending over sixty thousand students the college every single year something else that people don't know while we do support HPC us. Let's say you do get a scholarship from UNC f you don't necessarily have to go to an B C, you if you go to the website, it's UNC F dot org slash scholarships. There's information there about all of the opportunities. That are available. You can the school that actually gets the most support from us and scholarships is Georgia state, which is not an HVAC you. And so it is just important that our students are out there doing their homework researching getting on the website and finding these opportunities they are there, and there are organizations like UNC that wants to help us. Yeah. But we know that Georgia state. Yeah. Though, it is not an issue. It is graduating large. Now, they do. That is true. We're talking about UNC of Sunday, or we can call it giving Sunday, and we've named a couple.

UNC Wiley college California Santa Ana Lord Georgia Paul Reverend Paul mcreynolds Paul mcreynolds mcreynolds Atlanta Reverend Paul mcreynolds Jemaah Bryant Paul John Edward Knicks mcreynolds Reverend Paul McGrath Gammon theological seminary Orange County Japan Frederick Patterson