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Paul Alan

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Paul Alan

Paul Alan (born February 21, 1961 in Flint Michigan) is a Contemporary Christian music (CCM) artist and songwriter from Grand Rapids, Michigan.[1] After leading the group Nouveaux in the 1990s, he had several charting solo singles in the 2000s. Nouveaux Alan was the lead singer of the Christian pop/rock band Nouveaux.[2] The band began by performing for drug education in Michigan schools.[3] With the band, he wrote the #1 songs "If Only" and "Maybe Tomorrow".[2] Solo Alan went solo in 2001. He released the song "To Bring You Back" which charted in the Top 20 on the Country/CCM charts in 2008.[1] He also had hits with the songs "She’s The Reason" (peaking in the top ten)[4] and "Leaving Lonely."[2] Alan's music was featured on Live with Regis and Kelly and the movie "Left Behind."[2] Solo Discography Falling Awake (1996) Drive It Home (2008) [5] References Argyrakis, Andy. "Catching Up With ...Paul Alan". www.crosswalk.com. Retrieved August 29, 2018. Brokaw, Joanne (July 3, 2008). "Check ou

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Yvonne Orji

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Yvonne Orji

Yvonne Orji (born 1983) is a Nigerian-American actress. She is known for her role as Molly in the HBO series Insecure. Early life Orji was born on 2nd December 1983 in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria, and grew up in Maryland, US.[1] She received a master's degree in public health at George Washington University. Orji's parents expected her to become a doctor, lawyer, pharmacist, or engineer. However, she was inspired to do comedy as a graduate student when she performed stand-up in the talent portion of a beauty pageant. After graduate school, Orji moved to New York City to pursue a career in comedy.[2] Personal life Orji is a devout Christian and has stated that she will remain a virgin until marriage.[2] Filmography Year Title Role Notes 2011 Love That Girl! Njideka Episode: "Head Shrunk" 2013 Sex (Therapy) with the Jones Moshinda Short film 2016–present Insecure Molly Carter 18 episodes 2017 Jane the Virgin Stacy 2 episodes 2017 Flip the Script Ad Exec 1 Episode: "Mad Woman"

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Ally Brooke

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Ally Brooke

Allyson Brooke Hernandez (born July 7, 1993) is an American singer, rising to prominence as part of the girl group Fifth Harmony. Brooke began to establish herself in 2017 as a solo artist, featuring on Lost Kings' "Look at Us Now" with rapper ASAP Ferg in June 2017, and collaborating with DJ Topic on the single "Perfect" in January 2018. In March 2018, Brooke sung a medley of songs from Oscar-winning films at the E! News red carpet pre-show of the 90th Academy Awards. Following the indefinite hiatus of Fifth Harmony in May 2018, Brooke signed a record deal with Atlantic records. She released "Vámonos", a collaboration with Kris Kross Amsterdam and Messiah, in November 2018. In January 2019, Brooke released "Low Key" featuring Tyga, her first single from her upcoming debut solo album, expected to be released in spring 2020.[1] Early life Brooke was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, to Jerry Hernandez and Patricia Castillo. She was a six-week premature baby, weighing in at 1 pound and 14 ounces when s

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Tori Kelly

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Tori Kelly

Victoria Loren Kelly (born December 14, 1992) is an American singer, songwriter, actress, and record producer. Kelly first gained recognition after posting videos on YouTube as a teenager, and appeared as a semi-finalist on the ninth season of American Idol in 2010. Thereafter, she independently released her self-produced debut EP in 2012, Handmade Songs by Tori Kelly. In 2013, after Scooter Braun became her manager, Kelly signed with Capitol Records. Her second EP and first major-label release, Foreword (2013), followed soon after. Kelly's debut studio album Unbreakable Smile (2015) peaked at number two on the Billboard 200 chart in the United States with its lead single, "Nobody Love", marking her first appearance on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Kelly was nominated for Best New Artist at the 58th Grammy Awards, and voiced Meena in the animated film Sing (2016). Her second studio album Hiding Place (2018) peaked at number 35 on the Billboard 200 chart and received two Grammy Awards, for Best Gospel Album an

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Allen West (politician)

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Allen West (politician)

Allen Bernard West (born February 7, 1961)[1] is an American political commentator, retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel, author, and former member of the U.S. House of Representatives. A member of the Republican Party, West represented Florida's 22nd congressional district in the House from 2011 to 2013. West was deployed to Kuwait in 1991 and Iraq in 2003. In 2003, West was charged in an incident that involved the beating and simulated execution of an Iraqi policeman. After an Article 32 hearing was held, West accepted non-judicial punishment, was fined $5,000, and allowed to retire as a lieutenant colonel.[2] After leaving the military, West moved to Florida, where he taught at a high school for a year and worked for a defense contractor, part of this time spent in Afghanistan as a civilian adviser to the Afghan National Army. West entered politics in 2008 as the Republican nominee for Florida's 22nd congressional district in 2008, losing to Democratic incumbent Ron Klein. In a re-match in 2010, he won t

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Jensen Ackles

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Jensen Ackles

Jensen Ross Ackles (born March 1, 1978) is an American actor and director. He has appeared on television as Dean Winchester in The CW horror fantasy series Supernatural, Eric Brady in Days of Our Lives, which earned him several Daytime Emmy Award nominations, Alec/X5-494 in Dark Angel and Jason Teague in Smallville. He also starred as the lead in the box office success My Bloody Valentine 3D and provided the voice of Jason Todd in the popular animated film Batman: Under the Red Hood. Early life Ackles was born in Dallas, Texas, the son of Donna Joan (née Shaffer) and Alan Roger Ackles, an actor.[1] He has a brother, Josh, and a sister, Mackenzie. Ackles had planned to study sports medicine at Texas Tech University and to become a physical therapist, but instead moved to Los Angeles to start his acting career. He has English, Irish, Scottish, and German ancestry.[2] Career After modelling on and off since the age of four, Ackles began to concentrate on an acting career in 1996. He appeared in several guest

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Abby the Spoon Lady

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Abby the Spoon Lady

Abby the Spoon Lady (born October 29, 1981 in Wichita, Kansas), born Abby Roach, is an American musician, radio personality,[1] and free speech activist. Her music focuses on the American roots genre. She tours with one man band Chris Rodrigues.[2][3] Abby the Spoon Lady on a freight train. History Abby first started street performing and busking as a means to make money traveling across the United States, primarily hopping freight trains. She taught herself to play the spoons and traveled all over the United States by hitchhiking and railroad. She states that landing in Asheville, North Carolina, was completely an accident and that she took the wrong train.[4] Today she hosts storytelling events where she discusses the lifestyle of the American hobo.[5] She spent a good amount of her time traveling recording the stories, interviews and songs of other American travelers.[6] Abby is an advocate for street performance and free speech. In 2014 she was instrumental in developing a group called the Asheville

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Chris Rodrigues

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Chris Rodrigues

Chris Rodrigues (born June 7, 1989) is an American Contemporary Christian music singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist. He is well known for a viral video titled "Angels in Heaven" with activist and percussionist Abby the Spoon Lady, which reached over 200 million views on Facebook and another ten million views on YouTube.[1] Background Chris Rodrigues busking in Asheville 2015 Born on June 7, 1989, in Asheville, North Carolina, the son of Teresa Lundsford and Bill Rodrigues. He was raised in the Asheville, North Carolina area and graduated from North Buncombe High School.[2] His father left when he was five years old. He started doing odd jobs, including cleaning, with his mother at a very young age to help her pay the bills. He was given his first guitar as a toddler and learned to play at a very early age. During grade school and high school Chris played with various bluegrass, metal, and rock and roll bands. In an effort to help raise money for bills, Chris Rodrigues eventually took to street perf

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Ceri James

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Ceri James

Ceri James is a singer-songwriter, record producer, session musician and one half of the pop group The Mountaineers. He is a classically trained pianist with a degree in Music from the University of Wales, Bangor. At present, he played keyboards for the pop group The Ordinary Boys between 2005 and 2008. He is currently teaching at St Martin's School as head of music and keyboardist in the functions band Rhythm Train. External links The Ordinary Boys official website

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Bria Roberts (entertainer)

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Bria Roberts (entertainer)

Bria Roberts is an American entertainer. She is an actress and contortionist.[1][2] She lives in Los Angeles, California.[3] She was first seen portraying Betty on SpikeTV's 1000 Ways To Die[4] and then as a contortionist on TruTV's Guinness World Records Unleashed.[5][1] In 2016, she was interviewed on the Today Show,[6] and performed on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.[1] Bria portrayed Jedi J in Exile: A Star Wars Story and was part of the feature film She Wants Me. Roberts has stated that she is Christian in interviews. She told the Huffington Post, also called HuffPost, and AOL News that she first beat the record after briefly praying to the Lord Jesus.[5] References "Bria Roberts". IMDb. Retrieved 28 August 2017. "Bria Roberts". IMDb. Retrieved 2017-08-28. "Jump Rope Record Attempt Goes Poorly Except It Totally Doesn't on 'Today'". Yahoo.com. Retrieved 28 August 2017. "Stench of Death - 1000 Ways to Die - Spike". Spike. Retrieved 28 August 2017. "Bria Roberts, Contortionist, Attempts World Rec

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J. Warner Wallace

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J. Warner Wallace

James "Jim" Warner Wallace (born June 16, 1961) is an American homicide detective and Christian apologist. Wallace is a Senior Fellow at the Colson Center for Christian Worldview and an Adjunct Professor of Apologetics at Biola University in La Mirada, California. He has authored several books, including Cold-Case Christianity, God’s Crime Scene, and Forensic Faith, in which he applies principles of cold case homicide investigation to apologetic concerns such as the existence of God and the reliability of the Gospels. He has been featured as a cold case homicide expert on Fox 11 Los Angeles, truTV (formerly Court TV), and NBC. Life and work Wallace was born in Torrance, California. He graduated from the Los Angeles Sheriff's Explorer Academy in 1978. From there he went on to pursue a career in the arts, earning a bachelor’s degree in design from California State University at Long Beach and a master's degree in architecture from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).[1] In 1988, Wallace returned

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Alice Cooper

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Alice Cooper

Alice Cooper (born Vincent Damon Furnier; February 4, 1948)[1] is an American singer, songwriter, and actor whose career spans over 50 years. With his distinctive raspy voice and a stage show that features guillotines, electric chairs, fake blood, deadly snakes, baby dolls, and dueling swords, Cooper is considered by music journalists and peers alike to be "The Godfather of Shock Rock", even being referred to as the "Father of Shock Rock" in the same circles. He has drawn equally from horror films, vaudeville, and garage rock to pioneer a macabre and theatrical brand of rock designed to shock people.[2] Originating in Phoenix, Arizona, in the late 1960s after he moved from Detroit, Michigan, "Alice Cooper" was originally a band consisting of Furnier on vocals and harmonica, Glen Buxton on lead guitar, Michael Bruce on rhythm guitar, Dennis Dunaway on bass guitar, and Neal Smith on drums. The original Alice Cooper band released its first album in 1969. They broke into the international music mainstream with t

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Onos Ariyo

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Onos Ariyo

Onoriode Ebiere Ariyo professionally known as Onos Ariyo is a Nigerian-based singer and songwriter. She is best known for her critically acclaimed song "Alagbara".[1] In September 2018, she was listed in the Global Top 100 Most Influential People of African Descent (MIPAD).[2] Early life Onos was born in Delta State in Southern Nigeria where she had her primary and secondary school education after which she gained admission to the Delta State University, Abraka where she graduated with a bachelor's degree in French.[3] Onos had begun singing while she was in primary school,[3] being a part of a number of different choirs and groups[4] before she moved to Lagos in 2004 where she began recording her first official single, "Dance" produced by FLO.[5] Career Sequel to the successful release of her debut single "Dance", Onos has gone on to headline several gospel concerts in Nigeria, including The Experience - Lagos, which has been described as the biggest gospel concert in the world,[6] where she has shared t

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Zakk Wylde

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Zakk Wylde

Zachary Phillip Wylde (born Jeffrey Phillip Wielandt; January 14, 1967) is an American musician, singer, songwriter, and actor. He is best known for his tenure as the lead guitarist for Ozzy Osbourne and as the founder, lead guitarist, and lead singer of the heavy metal band Black Label Society. His signature bulls-eye design appears on many of his guitars and is widely recognized. He was also the lead guitarist and vocalist of Pride and Glory, who released one self-titled album in 1994 before disbanding. As a solo artist, he released the albums Book of Shadows and Book of Shadows II. Early life Zachary Phillip Wylde[1] was born Jeffrey Phillip Wielandt in Bayonne, New Jersey, on January 14, 1967. He started playing guitar at the age of eight, but did not become serious about it until his early teenage years. At the age of 14, he worked at Silverton Music in Silverton, New Jersey. He grew up in Jackson, New Jersey, where he attended Jackson Memorial High School, graduating in 1985. He has stated that he wou

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Letitia Wright

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Letitia Wright

Letitia Michelle Wright is a Guyanese-English actress. Beginning her professional career in 2011, she has played roles in several British TV series, including Top Boy, Coming Up, Chasing Shadows, Humans, the Doctor Who episode "Face the Raven" and the Black Mirror episode "Black Museum"; for the latter she received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie. The British Academy of Film and Television Arts named Wright among the 2015 group of BAFTA Breakthrough Brits for her role in the award-winning film Urban Hymn.[2] In 2018, she achieved global recognition for her portrayal of Shuri in the Marvel Cinematic Universe films Black Panther. She reprised the role in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, the latter of which is the highest-grossing film of all time. In 2019, she received the BAFTA Rising Star Award. Early life Wright was born in Georgetown, Guyana. Her family moved to London when she was seven years old and she attended school there

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Paul Butcher (actor)

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Paul Butcher (actor)

Paul Matthew Hawke Butcher Jr. (born February 14, 1994) is an American actor and singer. His father is former NFL linebacker, Paul Butcher Sr. His aunt Mary Lou Butcher was a major news reporter in the 1960s for the Detroit press. Career Acting Paul Butcher is best known for playing the role of Dustin Brooks, younger brother of Zoey Brooks, in the four seasons of the TV show Zoey 101. He has had guest and other minor roles for a number of movies and TV shows, one of the most notable roles being a guest star in the Season 5 Premiere of Criminal Minds. He also played the role of young Walter in the 2007 film The Number 23. He made his acting debut at age 7 on a 2001 episode of The Bernie Mac Show. At the age of 5, Paul appeared in the Rascal Flatts music video Prayin' for Daylight. He also was an extra in four sketches on Chappelle's Show. Music In 2008, Butcher made two cover versions of the songs "Gimme That" by Chris Brown and "This Love" by Maroon 5. Butcher released his debut single, "Don't Go", in Jul

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Pam Stenzel

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Pam Stenzel

Pam Stenzel (born 1965)[1] is an American speaker known for lecturing to young people about abstinence-only sex education. She has been described as "one of the country’s most established abstinence-only lecturers,"[2] and speaks to more than half a million young people every year around the world.[3] Education Stenzel was conceived when her mother was allegedly raped at the age of fifteen. Her mother then gave Stenzel up for adoption.[4] She attended Liberty University, from which she received a degree in psychology.[5] Career Stenzel began her career counseling young women at crisis pregnancy centers,[4] and served as the director of Alpha Women's Center in Prior Lake, Minnesota for years.[5] Her website states that after working at these centers, she realized that many of the women who came there were unaware of the risks associated with sex, and so decided to become a public speaker.[5] Controversy In 2013, Stenzel spoke at George Washington High School in Charleston, West Virginia. Her talk there g

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Laura Bretan

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Laura Bretan

Laura Bretan (born April 7, 2002) is a Romanian-American[1] soprano singer. She was the winner of season six of the Pro TV series Romania's Got Talent, and later placed sixth in season eleven of America's Got Talent, both in 2016. Early life Bretan was born in Chicago to parents from Romania. She first began singing when she was six years old. Bretan was taught how to sing by her mother. At age eight, she began singing at Elim Romanian Pentecostal Church. Both she and her parents are active members of the Romanian Pentecostal Church of Chicago.[2] Career In 2016, Bretan was the winner of Romania's Got Talent.[3][4] Following that win, Bretan auditioned for season eleven of America's Got Talent when she sang "Nessun dorma" from Giacomo Puccini's opera Turandot.[5] The act received a standing ovation from Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Mel B, and Howie Mandel; afterwards Mel B pressed her golden buzzer, sending Bretan directly to the quarterfinals. Bretan performed in the first live show on July 26, 2016, and a

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Normani

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Normani

Normani Kordei Hamilton ( nor-MAH-nee; born May 31, 1996)[3] is an American singer, songwriter and dancer.[4][5] She is a former member of the girl group Fifth Harmony. In 2017, she was a finalist in season 24 of Dancing with the Stars.[6] Her first single outside of the group, the 2018 duet "Love Lies" with Khalid, reached number 9 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and later became triple platinum certified by RIAA.[7] After Fifth Harmony's indefinite hiatus, Normani was featured on songs from Jessie Reyez and Quavo. She also collaborated with Calvin Harris on the two-track EP Normani x Calvin Harris, and released the single "Waves" featuring 6lack in November 2018. Her song with Sam Smith, "Dancing with a Stranger", was released in January 2019, reaching the top ten in the UK and US.[8][9] Her first solo single, "Motivation", was released in August 2019, and became a top 40 hit. [10][11] Early life Normani Kordei Hamilton was born on May 31, 1996 in Atlanta, Georgia. She has two older half sisters. Raised in Ne

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Hailey Baldwin

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Hailey Baldwin

Hailey Rhode Bieber (née Baldwin;[3] born November 22, 1996) is an American model and television personality. She lives in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.[4] She is married to Canadian singer-songwriter Justin Bieber.[5] Early life and family Baldwin was born in Tucson, Arizona,[6] to actor Stephen Baldwin, the youngest of the Baldwin brothers, and graphic designer Kennya Deodato Baldwin. Her mother is a Brazilian of Italian and Portuguese descent, and her father is of English, Irish, Scottish, French, and German descent. Baldwin's maternal grandfather is the Brazilian musician Eumir Deodato.[7]She lives in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.[8] Career Modeling The first modeling agency Baldwin signed with was New York agency Ford Models.[9] She initially appeared in magazines such as Tatler, LOVE, V and i-D.[10][11][12][13] Her first commercial campaign was for the clothing brand French Connection in the winter of 2014.[14] In October 2014 Baldwin made her runway debut walking for Topshop[15] and French fashion design

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Bob Goff

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Bob Goff

Bob Goff is the author of the New York Times best-selling book Love Does. Goff currently works with Love Does, formerly known as Restore International, a non-profit organization he founded.[3][4] Philanthropic work Goff founded Restore International (now known as Love Does) in 2003, to “find daring, productive, and effective ways to fight the injustices committed against children.”[5] Love Does works to promote human rights and education in current and recovering conflict zones. Love Does currently works in Uganda, Iraq, Nepal, Somalia, Afghanistan, and India.[6] Career Goff founded Goff and Dewalt, LLP (along with Daniel J DeWalt) in 1998 as a construction defect attorney.[7] Located in Washington, the firm specializes in construction defect litigation, general counsel, and international rights (through Restore International).[3] Goff worked as an adjunct professor at Point Loma Nazarene University where he taught a class in business law.[7] Goff similarly serves as an adjunct professor to Pepperdine Un

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Sonequa Martin-Green

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Sonequa Martin-Green

Sonequa Martin-Green ([1] born March 21, 1985)[2] is an American actress and producer. She is best known for her television roles as Michael Burnham, the main character in the web television series Star Trek: Discovery and as Sasha Williams on The Walking Dead.[3] Before that, she had starred in several independent films before gaining her first recurring role as Courtney Wells on The Good Wife. Later, she had recurring roles as Tamara in Once Upon a Time[4][5][6][7] and Rhonda in New Girl. Early life Martin-Green was born in Russellville, Alabama. She has one sister and three older half-sisters. She had initially planned to become a psychologist before deciding to pursue a career in acting when she was in the tenth grade.[8] On her decision to become an actor, she said, "I didn't know I was going to be an actor until I was 16. I thought I was going to be a psychologist, which is interesting because it's very similar to acting. I was fascinated with human behavior and why people do what they do. I was in th

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Stephen L. Carter

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Stephen L. Carter

Stephen Lisle Carter (born October 26, 1954)[1] is an American law professor at Yale University, legal- and social-policy writer, columnist, and best-selling novelist. Early life and education Carter was born in Washington, DC, the second of his parents' five children.[1][2] He was raised in a family committed to public service. His mother worked as an executive assistant for Julian Bond and M. Carl Holman of the National Urban Coalition. An attorney turned administrator, his father was Executive Director of the Washington Urban League, and later a vice president at Cornell University. Carter's grandfather was a successful dentist in Harlem and his grandmother, Eunice Hunton Carter, was the first black woman to be a district attorney in New York state.[3] Carter graduated from Ithaca High School in 1972, and his essay "The Best Black" is based in part on his experiences there. At Ithaca High School, he was the editor-in-chief of The Tattler, and pushed hard for student representation on the local school bo

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Daryl Davis

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Daryl Davis

Daryl Davis (born March 26, 1958) is an American R&B and blues musician, activist, author, actor and bandleader.[1] Known for his energetic style of boogie-woogie piano,[1] Davis has played with such musicians as Chuck Berry,[1][2] Jerry Lee Lewis, B. B. King,[2] Bruce Hornsby, and Bill Clinton.[3][4] His efforts to improve race relations, in which as an African-American he engaged with members of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK), have been reported on by media such as CNN, NPR, and The Washington Post.[5][6][7][8] Davis summed up his advice as: "Establish dialogue. When two enemies are talking, they're not fighting."[9] Davis is a Christian and has used his religious beliefs to convince Klansmen to leave and denounce the KKK.[10] He is the subject of the 2016 documentary Accidental Courtesy: Daryl Davis, Race & America. Early life Born in Chicago, Illinois, United States, Davis was the son of a Department of State Foreign Service officer, and moved around the globe with his parents during most of his ear

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Francis Collins

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Francis Collins

Francis Sellers Collins (born April 14, 1950) is an American physician-geneticist who discovered the genes associated with a number of diseases and led the Human Genome Project. He is director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland, United States. Before being appointed director of the NIH, Collins led the Human Genome Project and other genomics research initiatives as director of the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI), one of the 27 institutes and centers at NIH. Before joining NHGRI, he earned a reputation as a gene hunter at the University of Michigan.[1] He has been elected to the Institute of Medicine and the National Academy of Sciences, and has received the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the National Medal of Science. Collins also has written a number of books on science, medicine, and religion, including the New York Times bestseller, The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief. After leaving the directorship of NHGRI and before becoming d

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Norman Geisler

Norman Leo Geisler (July 21, 1932 – July 1, 2019) was an American Christian systematic theologian and philosopher. He was the co-founder of two non-denominational evangelical seminaries (Veritas International University[1] and Southern Evangelical Seminary[2]). He held a Ph.D. in philosophy from Loyola University and made scholarly contributions to the subjects of classical Christian apologetics, systematic theology, the history of philosophy, philosophy of religion, Calvinism, Roman Catholicism, biblical inerrancy, Bible difficulties, ethics, and more. He was the author, coauthor, or editor of over 90 books[3] and hundreds of articles.[4] One of the primary architects of the Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy, Giesler was well noted within the United States evangelical community for his stalwart defense of Biblical inerrancy[5]. Education Geisler's education included a Th.B. (1964) from William Tyndale College, B.A. in philosophy (1958) and M.A. in theology (1960) from Wheaton College, and a Ph.D. i

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Aaron Judge

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Aaron Judge

Aaron James Judge (born April 26, 1992) is an American professional baseball outfielder for the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball (MLB). Judge was unanimously selected as the American League (AL) Rookie of the Year in 2017 and finished second for AL Most Valuable Player.[1] Judge, who played college baseball at California State University, Fresno, was selected by the Yankees in the first round of the 2013 MLB draft. After making his major league baseball debut in 2016 and hitting a home run in his first career at bat, Judge went on to have a record-breaking rookie season in 2017. He was named an All-Star and won the Home Run Derby, becoming the first rookie to do so. Judge ended the season with 52 home runs, breaking Mark McGwire's MLB rookie record of 49 and the Yankees' full-season rookie record of 29 (previously held by Joe DiMaggio). He won the American League (AL) Rookie of the Month Awards for April, May, June and September, as well as the AL's Player of the Month Award for June and September.

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Katharine Hayhoe

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Katharine Hayhoe

Katharine Anne Scott Hayhoe (born April 15, 1972)[1] is an atmospheric scientist and professor of political science at Texas Tech University, where she is director of the Climate Science Center.[2] She is also the CEO of the consulting firm ATMOS Research and Consulting.[3] Early life and education Hayhoe is from Toronto, Ontario, Canada.[4] Hayhoe received a degree in physics and astronomy from the University of Toronto,[4] and her masters' and PhD in atmospheric science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.[5] Her Ph.D. committee was chaired by Donald Wuebbles.[6] Career Hayhoe has worked at Texas Tech since 2005.[7] She has authored more than 120 peer-reviewed publications,[8] and wrote the book A Climate for Change: Global Warming Facts for Faith-Based Decisions together with her husband, Andrew Farley.[9] She also co-authored some reports for the US Global Change Research Program, as well as some National Academy of Sciences reports,[10] including the 3rd National Climate Assessment,

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Kenneth R. Miller

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Kenneth R. Miller

Kenneth Raymond Miller (born July 14, 1948) is an American cell biologist and molecular biologist, currently Professor of Biology and Royce Family Professor for Teaching Excellence at Brown University.[2] Miller's primary research focus is the structure and function of cell membranes, especially chloroplast thylakoid membranes.[2] Miller is a co-author of a major introductory college and high school biology textbook published by Prentice Hall since 1990.[3] Miller, who is Roman Catholic, is opposed to creationism, including the intelligent design (ID) movement. He has written three books on the subject: Finding Darwin's God; Only a Theory; and The Human Instinct. Miller has received the Laetare Medal at the University of Notre Dame. In 2017, he received the inaugural St. Albert Award from the Society of Catholic Scientists.[4] III Biography Miller graduated from Rahway High School in Rahway, New Jersey, and then received his Sc.B. in biology in 1970 from Brown University. He earned his Ph.D. in biology from

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Gary Heavin

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Gary Heavin

Gary Heavin (born 1955) is an American businessman from Texas. He is the founder and Chairman of the fitness chain Curves International. Career Heavin dropped out of college at age 20 and took over a failing fitness center in Houston, Texas. Along with his brother David, he built the business into a chain of 14 locations. He was a millionaire by age 25 but then lost it all by age 30; he filed for bankruptcy.[1] After his first marriage, Heavin was sentenced to jail for failure to pay child support. While in jail he rededicated his life to Christian values, and he has been outspoken about his support of pro-life causes.[2][3] In 2004 Heavin was named the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year. He is also the author of several books, including Curves: Permanent Results Without Permanent Dieting and Curves On the Go. Heavin and his second wife Diane opened their first Curves center in 1992[4] in Harlingen, Texas. Curves is now based in Waco, Texas. By 2007, Curves had over 10,000 locations and was the

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Paul C. H. Lim

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Paul C. H. Lim

Paul Chang-Ha Lim (Korean: 임창하; born April 29, 1967) is a professor of church history at Vanderbilt University Divinity School. His main research involves the intellectual history and historical theology of Reformation and post-Reformation England.[1] Life and education Born in South Korea, Lim completed a BA in Economics at Yale University in 1990, followed by an MDiv at Biblical Theological Seminary in 1995. He earned a Th.M. at Princeton Theological Seminary in 1997 and a Ph.D. in the field of History of Christianity at the University of Cambridge in 2001. Lim taught a historical and systematic theology at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary for 5 years.[2] He is now teaching the intellectual history and historical theology of the Reformation and post-Reformation England. He is writing a book dealing with books relating with Reformation theology and social justice.[3] Reformation history Lim is known for his work on Richard Baxter, the celebrated seventeenth-century English Puritan. From 2001 until 20

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Thomas Massie

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Thomas Massie

Thomas Harold Massie (born January 13, 1971) is an American Republican politician who has been the United States Representative for Kentucky's 4th congressional district since 2012. In 2012, Massie defeated Bill Adkins in the special and general elections to represent Northern Kentucky in Washington, D.C. Before joining congress, Massie was Judge-Executive of Lewis County, Kentucky, from 2011 to 2012. He also ran a start-up company based in Massachusetts, where he previously studied robotics at MIT. He is an engineer by practice and education.[2] Massie has been described as a libertarian Republican[3] and is associated with the House Liberty Caucus. Early life, education, and business career Thomas Massie was born in Huntington, West Virginia.[4] He grew up in Vanceburg, Kentucky.[4] He met his wife Rhonda in high school in Vanceburg.[4] His father was a beer distributor.[4] Massie earned a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering and a master of science degree in mechanical engineering from

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Allan Sandage

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Allan Sandage

Allan Rex Sandage (June 18, 1926 – November 13, 2010) was an American astronomer. He was Staff Member Emeritus with the Carnegie Observatories in Pasadena, California.[2] He determined the first reasonably accurate values for the Hubble constant and the age of the universe. Asteroids discovered: 1 (96155) 1973 HA 27 April 1973 Career Sandage was one of the most influential astronomers of the 20th century.[3] He was born in Iowa City, Iowa, United States. He graduated from the University of Illinois in 1948. In 1953 he received a Ph.D. from the California Institute of Technology; the German-born Wilson Observatory-based astronomer Walter Baade was his advisor. During this time Sandage was a graduate student assistant to cosmologist Edwin Hubble. He continued Hubble's research program after Hubble died in 1953. In 1952 Baade surprised his fellow astronomers by announcing (at the 1952 Conference of the International Astronomical Union, in Rome) his determination of two separate populations of Cepheid va

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Ashley Bratcher

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Ashley Bratcher

Ashley Bratcher is an American actress and anti-abortion activist. As an actress, she frequently stars in Christian films, and is best known for her portrayal of the anti-abortion activist Abby Johnson in the 2019 film Unplanned. Early life Bratcher was born in North Carolina. She grew up living in a mobile home and considers Georgia her home state.[1] Ashley began acting on stage at age 16, and attended Campbell University where she graduated with honors. She briefly worked as a middle school teacher before becoming a full-time actress.[2][3] Career After acting in several short films and minor roles, Bratcher starred in 2015 as the female lead of Christian romance film Princess Cut. She continued to act in several other faith-based films, such as War Room and 90 Minutes in Heaven.[4] In 2018, she was approached for the lead role for Unplanned, a drama about the life of Abby Johnson, a former Planned Parenthood director who became an anti-abortion activist. After learning about Abby's testimony, Bratcher

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John Oakes (apologist)

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John Oakes (apologist)

John Oakes is a Christian apologist and a professor of chemistry at Grossmont College.[1] He belongs to the Restoration Movement of the Christian tradition. Biography John Oakes earned his PhD in chemical physics from the University of Colorado in 1984. During his years at graduate school, he converted to Christianity and eventually worked as an intern for the Boulder Church of Christ in Boulder, Colorado. Between then and 2000, he worked at various colleges including Gonzaga University, UCSD, and Mesa College.[2] Career In 1999, he began writing books on apologetics, starting with Is There a God? Questions of Science and the Bible, which was designed to answer many of the questions raised by modern scientific discovery. In 2000, he published Daniel, Prophet to the Nations, which combines a discussion of the practical applications of the book of Daniel with a detailed analysis of the prophetic content in Daniel. His third book Reasons for Belief: A Handbook of Christian Evidences, was published in 2001 to

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Rachel Held Evans

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Rachel Held Evans

Rachel Held Evans (née Rachel Grace Held; June 8, 1981 – May 4, 2019) was an American Christian columnist, blogger and author. Her book A Year of Biblical Womanhood was a New York Times bestseller in e-book non-fiction,[1] and Searching for Sunday was a New York Times bestseller nonfiction paperback.[2] Early life and education Evans was born in Alabama to Robin and Peter Held and spent her early years in Birmingham, Alabama.[3] When she was 14, she and her family moved to Dayton, Tennessee, where her father took an administrative position at Bryan College. She attended Rhea County High School, then went to Bryan College where she majored in English literature. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in 2003.[4] Career After graduating from college, Evans moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to intern for the Chattanooga Times Free Press.[4] In 2004, Evans returned to Dayton where she worked full-time for The Herald-News, the local paper. In 2006, she switched from full-time employment to writing pro bono a

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Gary Chartier

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Gary Chartier

Gary William Chartier (born December 30, 1966) is an American legal scholar and philosopher who is currently Distinguished Professor of Law and Business Ethics and Associate Dean of the Tom and Vi Zapara School of Business at La Sierra University in Riverside, California.[1] Biography Early years Chartier was born on December 30, 1966, in Glendale, California, at what is now Glendale Adventist Medical Center, to physician Stanley E. Chartier and Helen L. Bloodworth Chartier, later a realtor. His parents were socially conservative Seventh-day Adventists; his physician father had previously worked as an accountant and had taught the subject at local colleges.[2] When Chartier was in high school he became interested in political theory after reading books by Robert Nozick, Murray Rothbard, Robert Anton Wilson, and Friedrich Hayek. He appeared as a guest on Wally George's Hot Seat television show in 1986 to defend an anarchist manifesto he submitted to the show's producers.[2] College and graduate school Char

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Craig Blomberg

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Craig Blomberg

Craig L. Blomberg (born 3 August 1955) is an American New Testament scholar. He is currently a Distinguished Professor of the New Testament at Denver Seminary in Colorado where he has been since 1986.[1] His areas of academic expertise are the New Testament. This includes parables, miracles, historical Jesus, Luke-Acts, John, 1 Corinthians, James, the historical trustworthiness of Scripture, financial stewardship, gender roles, Latter Day Saint movement, hermeneutics, New Testament theology, and exegetical method.[2] Blomberg has written and edited multiple books. He is married to Frances Fulling Blomberg and has two grown daughters, Elizabeth Little and Rachel Blomberg. Education His Ph.D. is from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland; his M.A. from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, IL; and his B.A. from Augustana College in Rock Island, IL., which is also his hometown. Career Throughout his career he has taught and guest lectured widely on six continents. He is a member of the Evangelical

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Hugh Ross (astrophysicist)

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Hugh Ross (astrophysicist)

Hugh Norman Ross (born July 24, 1945) is a Canadian doctor of Astrophysics, Christian apologist, and old Earth creationist. Ross obtained his Ph.D. in Astronomy from the University of Toronto[1][2][3] and his B.Sc. degree in physics from the University of British Columbia.[4] He established his own ministry in 1986, called Reasons to Believe that promotes progressive and day-age forms of old Earth creationism. Ross accepts the scientific consensus on the Big Bang theory, the age of the earth and the scientific age of the universe, however he rejects Darwinian evolution and abiogenesis as explanations for the history and origin of life, instead promoting the pseudoscientific argument of Intelligent Design.[5][6][7] Early life and education Hugh Ross was born in Montreal, Quebec and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia. Ross earned a B.Sc. in physics from the University of British Columbia and an M.Sc. and Ph.D. in astronomy from the University of Toronto; and he was a postdoctoral research fellow for five

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Gary Habermas

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Gary Habermas

Gary Robert Habermas (born 1950) is an American historian, New Testament scholar, philosopher of religion, and Christian apologist who frequently writes and lectures on the resurrection of Jesus. Life and career Habermas is Distinguished Research Professor of Apologetics and Philosophy and chairman of the department of philosophy at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia.[1] He holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree (1976) from Michigan State University in history and philosophy of religion and a master's degree (1973) from the University of Detroit in philosophical theology.[2] He has specialized in cataloging and communicating trends among scholars in the field of historical Jesus and New Testament studies. Works Books Habermas, Gary R.; Flew, Antony G. N. (1987). Did Jesus Rise from the Dead? The Resurrection Debate. San Francisco, CA: Harper & Row. ISBN 9780060635497. OCLC 14903934. ——— (1990). Dealing With Doubt. Chicago, IL: Moody Press. ISBN 9780802422507. OCLC 22971399. ———; Stevenson

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David Bentley Hart

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David Bentley Hart

David Bentley Hart (born 1965) is an American writer and theologian whose work encompasses a wide range of subjects and genres. A prolific essayist, he has written on topics as diverse as art, literature, religion, philosophy, film, baseball, and politics. He is also an author of fiction. As a religious scholar, his work engages heavily with classical, medieval and continental European philosophy, philosophical and systematic theology, patristic texts, and South and East Asian culture, religion, and metaphysics. His translation of the New Testament appeared in 2017.[3] Life and career Academic career Hart earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Maryland, his Master of Philosophy degree from the University of Cambridge, and his Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from the University of Virginia.[4] He has taught at the University of Virginia, the University of St. Thomas (Minnesota), Duke Divinity School, and Loyola College in Maryland. He served as visiting professor at Provid

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Jessica Jackley

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Jessica Jackley

Jessica Erin Jackley (born October 29, 1977)[1] is an American entrepreneur who co-founded Kiva and later ProFounder, two organizations that promote development through microloans. Early life Jackley grew up in Franklin Park, Pennsylvania, in a Christian household.[2] She graduated from North Allegheny Senior High School in 1996.[3] She received her B.A. degree in philosophy and political science from Bucknell University in 2000[4] and an M.B.A. from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, with certificates in Public and Global Management. Career Jackley was the co-founder and CEO of ProFounder,[5] a platform that provided tools for small business entrepreneurs in the United States to access start-up capital through crowdfunding and community involvement.[5] Prior to ProFounder, Jackley was co-founder and Chief Marketing Officer of Kiva, the world's first p2p microlending website. Jackley and Matt Flannery (now her ex-husband) founded Kiva Microfunds in October 2005.[6] Jackley is a Visiting Scholar a

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Alisa Childers

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Alisa Childers

Alisa Childers (born Alisa Noelle Girard, April 17, 1975) is an American singer and songwriter. She is known for being in the all female group ZOEgirl. She has had a string of top ten radio singles, four studio releases, and received the Dove Award from being with ZOEgirl. History Early years Born Alisa Noelle Girard to Karen and Christian music pioneer, Chuck Girard of Love Song, she grew up in San Fernando Valley, California. She studied gymnastics and piano at a young age. Childers was very athletic, and was the captain of her high school cheerleading squad and softball team. At the age of 21, she moved to New York and ran a youth center in southeast Manhattan.[1] ZOEgirl Childers left New York and moved back to California, where she was contacted by a family friend about starting a group upon return. After a few months, Childers agreed to pursue the idea. She was introduced to Kristin Swinford-Schweain and the two began composing songs. A few months later, Chrissy Conway-Katina joined the group. In 19

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Ninet Sinaii

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Ninet Sinaii

Ninet Sinaii is an Armenian-American epidemiologist. She is a staff epidemiologist at the Biostatistics and Clinical Epidemiology Service (BCES) at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center. Early life and education Sinaii is Armenian and American. Her family moved from Iran to Germany and later the United States. She was introduced to epidemiology and public health during her junior year abroad in England.[1] Sinaii received her bachelor of arts in psychobiology from Occidental College. She earned a Master of Public Health in Epidemiology and Biostatistics from Milken Institute School of Public Health, and her Ph.D. in epidemiology from the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences.[2] Career Sinaii has been at National Institutes of Health since 2000, first as a pre-doctoral fellow at the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, and since 2006, as a staff epidemiologist with the Biostatistics and Clinical Epidemiology Service (BCES) at the National Institutes

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Letsie III of Lesotho

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Letsie III of Lesotho

Letsie III (born David Mohato Bereng Seeiso; 17 July 1963) is the King of Lesotho. He succeeded his father, Moshoeshoe II, when the latter was forced into exile in 1990. His father was briefly restored in 1995 but soon died in a car crash in early 1996, and Letsie became king again. As a constitutional monarch, most of King Letsie's duties as monarch of Lesotho are ceremonial.[1] In 2000, he declared HIV/AIDS in Lesotho to be a natural disaster, prompting immediate national and international response to the epidemic.[2] Biography He was educated in the United Kingdom at Ampleforth College.[3] From there he went on to study at the National University of Lesotho where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Law. He then went on to study at the University of Bristol (Diploma in English Legal Studies, 1986), Wolfson College, Cambridge (Development Studies, 1989), and Wye College (Agricultural Economics). He completed his studies in 1989, when he returned to Lesotho.[4] He was installed as the Principal

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Doug Anderson (singer)

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Doug Anderson (singer)

Doug Anderson (born August 31, 1973 in Anderson, Indiana) is an American contemporary Christian singer. He is best known as Ernie Haase & Signature Sound's long time baritone (since 2002), but as of 2015 he announced his resignation from his position to pursue solo career.[1] Early life Anderson was born August 31, 1973, in Indiana, United States. As a youth at Lapel High School (the former building, that is), Doug played sports including basketball. He graduated in 1992. At Purdue University, he found a spot on the basketball team.[2] Career He turned toward music during college, joining a quartet called Lighthouse. One day, Lighthouse met a group called the Cathedral Quartet, which featured Ernie Haase. A while later, Haase set out on his own and invited Anderson to join him. Ernie Haase & Signature officially formed in 2003. Anderson released his debut album "Dreamin' Wide Awake", on StowTown Records on May 3, 2011. He left Ernie Haase & Signature in 2015 to pursue a full-time solo caree

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Steven Malcolm

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Steven Malcolm

Steven Malcolm is a Christian Hip-Hop recording artist from Grand Rapids, Michigan. His music has been streamed over 11.5 million times, has been featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday, been used by the NBA on ESPN, and on VH1’s “Black Ink Crew”.[1] Early life He grew up in Kalamazoo, Michigan; Tampa, Florida; and Grand Rapids, Michigan.[2] Career Music Malcolm released his 2013 mixtape Real Hip Hop, and a year later self-released the full-length Monsters Ink. He went on to competitions and live performances and was named to Rapzilla's Freshmen of 2016 list. After he signed with Word Entertainment[3] and became the first artist on its newly established hip-hop imprint, 4 Against 5, Malcolm reached the streaming charts in early 2017 with the pop-rap tune "Party in the Hills," featuring Andy Mineo and Hollyn. His label debut, Steven Malcolm, was released that February and registered on Billboard's Top Christian Albums chart. Malcolm performed at that year's GMA Dove Awards and was nominated in three categor

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Moira Dela Torre

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Moira Dela Torre

Moira Rachelle Bustamante Cruzado Dela Torre (born November 4, 1993)[2][3] is a Filipina singer-songwriter. She rose to fame for her covers of Imago's "Sundo", Moonstar88's "Torete", and the Himig Handog-winning single "Titibo-tibo". Career Dela Torre's career started as a voice artist working on corporate jingles and theme songs, including McDonald's "Hooray for Today", Surf's "Pinalaki", and Johnson & Johnson's "Signature of Love".[3] 2013–2014: The Voice of the Philippines Dela Torre joined the first season of The Voice of the Philippines,[4] impressing Coach apl.de.ap with her rendition of the song "Hallelujah" of Bamboo Mañalac, and became part of the Team Apl. She advanced to the battle rounds of the competition where she was picked to sing "One Night Only" together with Cara Manglapus and Penelope Matanguihan. She was eliminated as Penelope Matanguihan won the battle round.[5] 2014: First single and debut EP She released her first single titled "Love Me Instead" through her debut EP album ti

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Frederick Larson (filmmaker)

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Frederick Larson (filmmaker)

Frederick A. "Rick" Larson is an American lawyer and law professor[1] who became a filmmaker after he investigated the Star of Bethlehem and became a traveling speaker on the topic, then made his first documentary film The Star of Bethlehem about his findings in 2007.[2] In March 2019 Larson released his second film, the documentary The Christ Quake, which had been in production since 2013. Education and primary career Larson graduated from the University of Southern California and earned his Juris Doctor degree at the University of Southern California Law Center.[3] His areas of legal expertise are intellectual property, business, and corporate law.[4] Larson was voted Professor of the Year when he was a teacher at Texas A & M University.[5] Films The Star of Bethlehem Frederic Leighton's - The Star of Bethlehem. One artist's idea of one of the Magi looking east from his home. Larson used the Starry Night astronomy software program after he became interested in the Christmas Star because he neede

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Steve McVey

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Steve McVey

Steve McVey (born July 7, 1954) is an American Christian author and speaker. The common theme of his teachings is on the identity of humanity, and the character and nature of God, along with practical advice and application to help guide people in their day to day lives. He emphasizes that the Grace of God has been unilaterally poured out upon humanity through the actions of Christ and that Christianity should not be seen through the lens of legalistic rules to be followed, but that through their union with Christ one will always be accepted and beloved by God the Father regardless of their performance, thus empowering them to actively serve at a place of rest from within Christ. McVey often stresses that humanity isn't defined by the Fall of man but rather that their identity is to be found in Christ instead, and if they were to put their focus on the Finished Work of Christ than that would be the underlying catalyst that would motivate them to serve. “Life isn't a test, it's a rest. Christianity is not abo

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