3 Burst results for "Greg Chandler"
"greg chandler" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"American stories much of what's known about legendary NFL quarterback Brett farb it's been kept between the goal posts but our own Greg hanger took a drive three hours south to Hattiesburg Mississippi we broadcast from here in Oxford to learn the rest of the story as we do so often here at our American stories Brett's life what we come up with is a five part series about a lot of things this one has to do with the day on December twenty two two thousand three the day after his father's fatal heart attack in his father's name was Irving Brett Farr played in a must win Monday night football game against the Oakland Raiders far dealt with the grief in the best way you can imagine he played his heavy heart out is easy for anyone to see love of the game was one of the many reasons he was such a fan favorite but on this Monday night Brett was playing for second love love of his father your farm share with Greg Chandler third love that was present on that curricula seasoning here again is performed with part three of our five that game of all games are played and played three under twenty one games played in two super bowls by far not not even close the most pressure and the most nervous I've ever been was No clinging and it was a it had nothing to do about well I or well I'm not bloody those people were thinking leading understandably so I mean do you think you apply I knew I was gonna apply to you but I was so afraid that I would reply a one dollar my dad about playing the lights for.
"greg chandler" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"This is an American stories and being that it's that time of the year Saint Patrick's day we figured we'd give you the story behind the story which is what we love to do here on our American stories buried beneath the St Patrick's day symbols of Shamrocks leprechauns and green beer what is the story of a man determined to share a message with the people who had made him a slave here's Greg Chandler with the story of Saint Patrick R. P. C. Hansen wrote in his book about Saint Patrick the tragedy with all the myths and legends such as Patrick driving all the snakes out of Ireland his association with using Shamrock to explain the Trinity and the preconception that he's Irish is that these actually hide the truth they hide the real character of the man and the power that drove Patrick to do what he did we're about to do is get rid of the myths and legends can go to V. primary source the words of Patrick himself in fact his fifth century writings and letters known as the confession of one of the earliest surviving documents in Irish history here's Dr Tim Campbell director of the Saint Patrick centre in Downpatrick Ireland he Cooper trickiest part title rusticus must hi Patrick a sinner hello many those are the words that begin the history of violence Patrick was born into a well off family and lived in a country as stated on the western coast of what was Roman occupied Britain in the very last days of the Roman Empire is Roman legions of banned in Britain in order to protect themselves in other regions.
"greg chandler" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"We continue with our American stories we just heard the story of Billy Graham's role in the Cold War and in the segregated south let's continue with this story thanks to the permission from the Billy Graham evangelistic association and they're fantastic film Billy Graham an extraordinary journey here's Greg Chandler with the final chapter of his story US president George H. W. bush the moral awakening at night starting here in America December's burning in far away places behind an Iron Curtain no question Graham with other messengers who carried forth the word Alice in the Cold War in freedom this this Alex is a rise in the future it's going to be the kingdom of it was September eleventh president George W. bush and Tom Brokaw this is a nation that was in shock over believable attacks we got on board as it were as a country we don't know what to believe anymore I think people were in search of something I knew that we needed to help you know the nation recover cheers Karl rove pastor Rick Warren the president wanted rather grander purchase paid in the service at the national cathedral and the big problem was that there was no commercial air traffic in fact there were no civilian aircraft allowed to fly we worked with the defense department and the FAA to get special permission to fly on the morning of the service there was literally one civilian aircraft above above the nation Billy Graham September eleventh we'll go down in our history as a day to remember no matter how hard we try words simply cannot express how wrong the shock and the revulsion we all feel over what took place in this nation on Tuesday morning today's just three days after a vicious attack just being in his presence him gave you a sense of calm and the nation needed column we come together today to affirm our conviction that for office the Bible says that he's the guy overall comfort the company's us enough troubles I sat there watching television with millions of other people tears are streaming down my face we see all around he was a voice of reason he was fast real voice to the entire nation the cross tells us in the stands are also for he took upon himself in the person of Jesus Christ houses now stop and from the polls the clothes the story does not end with the cross price there's over the years beginning with president Harry Truman and extending through the presidency of George W. bush Gramm served as a pastor preacher chaplain and counselor he is pretty cute Larry King Charles Gibson the president reached out to him because they wanted what he had one time use relationship was a comforter a rule of advisors none of us were in of those one on one sessions that he may have had with Bill Clinton when he was in trouble for with Lyndon Johnson when he disappeared over the war or with George Bush when he was about to send kids to war while we weren't in on those sessions it's obvious that all of those presidents said very openly I can take such comfort from talking to Billy Graham president George H. W. bush Billy Graham the man the preacher the humble farmer's son who helped change the world is a spiritual gift to all of us he is the founder of prison fellowship chuckles one of my favorite stories of Billy Graham is this person set up almost like a stadium inside the big prison yard important people from all the surrounding prisons but when it was over one of them said the only.