Wednesday, May 25, 2011

• Dr. Dobson will be our special guest-speaker at two events tomorrow (Thursday, May 26th) – first, our Pastor's Luncheon at the Universal Hilton that's free to all church staff and their wives;  and second, our big listener event at Lake Avenue at 7pm – it's a "ya'll come!"  They're both free, but please pre-register tonight at if you can.

• This Friday is the last day for you to enter to WIN a FREE IPad 2!  Go to, click on the "WIN a FREE IPad 2 Banner," complete the short survey, and you're entered!  Good luck!

400-408 – • Julia Holcomb (Lifesitenews, 5/24/2011) Exclusive: The Light of the World - the Steven Tyler and Julia Holcomb story.

// Setting the Record Straight

To set the record straight: I was never pregnant before I met Steven Tyler, nor did I ever have a previous abortion and Steven knows this to be true.  I do not believe I started the fire that burned his apartment, but I am thankful to God for the brave firemen who pulled me out of that burning building.  I never asked him for any money after I returned home.  I came to him with nothing and I left him with nothing, except regrets.  Although I presented myself to him in a highly sexualized way, we did not have sex in public places as he wrote in his new book.  His continued gross exaggeration of our relationship is puzzling to me. He has talked of me as a sex object without any human dignity.  I have made a point over these long years never to speak of him, yet he has repeatedly humiliated me in print with distortions of our time together. I do not understand why he has done this. It has been very painful.

• Kevin Burke (NRO, 5/4/2011) Post-Abortion Trauma: "Jesus, what have I done?"  We talked about this on our show back on Friday May 6.

Long before he won accolades as an American Idol judge, Steven Tyler was a bona-fide rock star, with all that that implied. In 1975, when he was in his late 20s and the lead singer for the band Aerosmith, Tyler persuaded the parents of his 14-year-old girlfriend, Julia Holcomb, to make him her legal guardian so that they could live together in Boston.

When Miss Holcomb and Tyler conceived a child, his longtime friend Ray Tabano convinced Tyler that abortion was the only solution. In the Aerosmith "autobiography," Walk This Way (in which recollections by all the band members, and their friends and lovers, were assembled by the author Stephen Davis), Tabano says: "So they had the abortion, and it really messed Steven up because it was a boy. He . . . saw the whole thing and it [messed] him up big time."

Tyler also reflects on his abortion experience in the autobiography. "It was a big crisis. It's a major thing when you're growing something with a woman, but they convinced us that it would never work out and would ruin our lives. . . . You go to the doctor and they put the needle in her belly and they squeeze the stuff in and you watch. And it comes out dead. I was pretty devastated. In my mind, I'm going, Jesus, what have I done?"

413-443 – Calls – Julia was first abandoned by her father, then her mother, then by Steven Tyler… she was 16 and alone.   Were you ever abandoned?  How did you make it through?  Julia was coerced into her abortion… were you coerced?  Julia has arrived at the place where she has forgiven Steven Tyler… what's your forgiveness story?

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458-508 – Teaching – The Basics of Angelology & Demonology

512-523 – Calls – What's your guardian angel story?  Can you "see dead people?"  Do human beings ever become ghosts, zombies, vampires, etc.?  What about necromancy, and the desire to talk to dead loved ones?  Angels, nor demons, can read your mind, only God can, but they can plant thoughts into your mind.  We usually report them as promptings, feelings, nudges, but sometimes they can be explicitly clear and direct.  The angelic cannot read your mind, only God can, but they can plant thoughts and visions in your mind.

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628-639 – John Fuller, is vice president of Audio and New Media at Focus on the Family (, overseeing a dozen features that reach millions of listeners every day around the world, and he's co-host of their daily broadcast, heard here on KKLA at 430am, 730am, 1130am, and 10pm.  John is out with his new book entitled First Time Dad:  The Stuff You Really Need To Know.  And he should know, he and his wife Dena enjoy six children, and are very involved as advocates for orphan care and adoption.

First Time Dad offers soon to be dads and new dads a head start on the stuff a dad really needs to know.  John helps us to avoid common fathering mistakes, to learn how to keep our marriages alive, to set priorities, and especially understand the power of our words.   This book will show you how to cultivate a lasting parent-child relationship and get excited about being a father!

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• Tim Blair (Daily Telegraph, 5/25/2011) RAPTURE WATCH.  The world will end in 2002, 2009, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2021, 2022, 2026, 2029 or 2046, according to a series of expert observations:

1992: There's still hope for saving the planet from ourselves … 10 years left.

2005: We can only have a few years left, maybe a decade, to change societal attitudes towards progress before we have "lit the fuse" for inevitable environmental catastrophe in later decades.

2006: We may have as little as forty years left before global warming passes a tipping point.

2006: Larry David says, "You know, Al is a funny guy, but he's also a very serious guy who believes humans may have only 10 years left to save the planet from turning into a total frying pan."

2006: The world only has 10 years to develop and implement new technologies to generate clean electricity before climate change reaches a point of no return.

2007: Scientists say eight years left to avoid worst effects

2007: The scientific consensus is that we've got only ten years left to address global warming.

2007: EU, US agree 15 years left to avert climate disaster.

2008: We have only seven years left to peak global emissions before facing escalating dangers of runaway global warming.

2008: The Stern Report said we've only got eight to eighteen years left to significantly reduce global emissions or risk costly and irreversible damage to the planet.

2009: We have, at best, 100 left before a new, far more dangerous phase of global warming begins … With at best 90 months left on our clock.

2009: Barack Obama has only four years to save the world. That is the stark assessment of Nasa scientist and leading climate expert Jim Hansen.

2009: Runaway climate change is almost inevitable without specific action to implement low-carbon re-industrialisation over the next five years. The point of no return is estimated to be 2014.

2009: Tim Flannery, the well-known Australian environmentalist, was on CBC Radio the other day to issue more alarms about global warming. He was more pessimistic than ever. "It's now or never," he said. "We have about 20 years to address climate change or else our entire future is in jeopardy."

2009: Prince Charles flew to Chile yesterday with a dramatic message for world leaders on global warming: "You have just eight years to save the planet."

2009: Gordon Brown said negotiators had 50 days to save the world from global warming and break the "impasse".

2011: The Climate Commission report says the world has at best 10 years to cut carbon emissions or it will face dangerous atmospheric warming and sea level rises.

• Dennis Prager (5/24/2011) When It Comes to Doomsdays, the Left Shouldn't Laugh at the Religious.

• Fox News (5/25/2011) Navy Fights Mickey Mouse for SEALs Trademark.