Tony Perez – English

He is the ONLY Cuban in the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame. Inducted in the year 2000…this MLB player has the following accolades:
• 7 time All Star Player
• Voted MVP of the All Star game in 1967
• Played for 23 years
• Won 2 World Series as a player and 1 World Series as a Coach
• Finished his career with 1,672 runs batted in…
• Had 379 Home Runs and 2,732 hits
You may know him as Doggie, Big Bog or The Mayor of Riverfront as part of the Big Red Machine in the 1970’s…I call him Hermano and Amigo

EP 074 The Impossible Book – Joyce Smith & Pastor Jason Noble

About the Story
God is still in the business of doing Impossible things! We serve a God who still operates in the miraculous today. If you are facing an impossibility in your life be encouraged! God can take any impossibility and make all things possible. Even in the darkest times with the most difficult situations.

Back From Hell

3 different men whos died and went to hell, who came back to tell about it.
Dr. Isaiah Reed
Shawn Weed
Earthquake Kelly

Earthquake Kelley

At the age of fourteen; Earthquake walked into a gym in downtown Stamford. A great boxer approached him, and stated, “I know who you are (probably because of Earthquake’s reputation around the neighborhood as a bad kid).“ He told Earthquake, “If you get serious with fighting, you’ll become a great boxer… and what a great story it is…
Earthquake Kelley Who Found Himself in Hell After a Drug Overdose, and Later Died and Went to Heaven!
Earthquake Kelley Ministries
P.O. Box 1192
Littlerock, CA 93543

Walt Heyer “Moses” to the Transgenders

Walt started dressing in girls clothes at 4 years old, by his grandmother who made beautiful chiffon dresses for him. This led into a life of marriage, divorce, gender operations and psychological recovery. He now travels the world helping anyone who needs help with the same issues he faced and overcame.

To order books or donate to Walt Heyer go to his website

Movie “Second Chance” Kalina de Moura & Jan Duncan Weir

“Second Chance – If One Wish Granted “; was written in 2016. Production began early summer 2016 and was completed summer of 2017. The story is about a loving mother (Helen Senders) played by Jan Duncan Weir and her son (Sean Senders), played by Eric Hanson. Their story is familiar to many in the United States and the world. She is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and Sean, her only child is her primary caregiver. Sean experiences all the challenges that are in place when a family faces such disease. The physical and mental changes are hard on the patient and on their loved ones. The one thing that was the hardest for Sean to endure was the heartbreak of seeing his mother’s life being taken away by the disease, and worse of all things, she no longer know who he was as she was departing this world. Sean has one last wish, and his wish is to have just a little more time with his mother. Will his wish be granted? The film is meant to show compassion, understanding and coping for families and friends of those who we love and goes through this devastating disease. Alzheimer’s claims many lives per year worldwide. The film also emphasizes family love and history. And all the moments we should cherish and never take for granted.