Rich Kirkpatrick joins host, Xolani Kacela, for a lively conversation from his home in Long Beach, California. Kirkpatrick discussed his winding faith journey as a member of many faith communities. He authored The Six Hats of the Worship Leader. His work focuses on building the life of the church and he consults, coaches, and speaks to church leaders. In this episode of Take on Faith, Kirkpatrick provided a clear picture of how he hopes his music changes people and the world. Listeners will enjoy this conversation.
Retired DEA pilot and mechanic and Border Patrol agent Eric Norway chatted with Lynn Moorer about his latest book, Better Lucky Than Good: True Stories of Aviation, which recounts stories of hair-raising and unforeseen escapades and close calls experienced while flying or preparing planes for flight. Drawn from experiences in South America, Europe, and the United States, Norway illustrates that skill can often take a back seat to good fortune in aviation.
Lisa Lucca talks with NextTribe community founder Jeannie Ralston about aging boldly, and the wisdom and know-how of women of a certain age.
NM Representative Joanne Ferrary joined hosts Walt Rubel and Peter Goodman to discuss legislation regarding tobacco. Rep. Ferrary was accompanied by Athena Tirre, Lauren To and Shazmeen Kamran, three young Las Crucens working with Evolvement New Mexico, a youth engagement movement funded by the Tobacco Use Prevention and Control Program at the New Mexico Department of Health. Evolvement Youth Engagement Manager Andrea Rutan also joined us.
Hosts Walter Rubel and Peter Goodman discussed the current impeachment proceeding with callers.
Peter and Walt talked with Las Cruces Public Schools Superintendent Karen Trujillo, mostly about how the schools here have dealt with the pandemic, are dealing with it now, and/or expect to be dealing with it in the foreseeable future.
Some little kids will heed your advice and never touch the hot stove; others need to find out for themselves. It’s the kid that touches the hot stove twice that you’ve got to worry about. Those supporting this week’s second impeachment of the disgraced former president argue that it is necessary to ensure that he can never run for office again. I disagree. Before continuing with that argument, I should acknowledge that the disgraced former president was responsible for the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol building. The rioters would not have come if he hadn’t called on them to; and would have shut it down sooner if he had called on them to.
The first and only test in New Mexico of the atomic bomb was conducted at 5:29 a.m. on July 16, 1945, at the Trinity site on the northern end of the White Sands Proving Grounds. Farmers and ranchers and their families throughout the region knew something was up, and although they did not know what they were seeing, many got up early that morning and witnessed the blast. Elva K. Österreich, writer at the The Las Cruces Bulletin and Editor of the Desert Exposure supplement, spoke with Nan Rubin about her new book The Manhattan Project Trinity Test: Witnessing the Bomb in New Mexico and shared some of their powerful firsthand accounts.
Donna Stevens, from KURU-89.1 FM in Silver City, hosts a discussion of the unusual bird die off in 2020 with guests Martha Desmond, NMSU Professor in the Fishery and Wildlife Sciences Department, and Jonathan (Jon) Hayes, Executive Director of Audubon Southwest.
Today's program offers a conversation between host Randy Harris and local artist Henry Hartig - muralist and children's book illustrator. In this conversation, they explore the aspects, elements and influences of image based/visual/non-verbal communication, as compared to written and spoken language.
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