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Thank you for joining the BRITE Radio Family of Listeners. BRITE Radio is a faith-based, internet radio station playing the FIRST 3CM (Cross-Cultural Christian Music) Radio Format. We play inspirational music from ALL Christian Genres 24/7! OUR COMMITMENT is to play God First, Christ Centered, Spiritually Uplifting content that bridges the cultural divide, connects people, and builds relationships. OUR DESIRE is to make a deeper connection with Self, GOD, and Others. OUR AUDIENCE is ALL listeners, from ALL faith traditions, from ALL walks of life, from ALL demographics, and from a wide range of musical interests. BRITE Radio is home to original programs: The Marty & Katina Show, The Fresh Start Show, The SummerTime Show, Cliff Notes, The Stacia D. Wright Show, and more! Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Pinterest, and other Social Media outlets.Thank you for your continued support of Bringing Right Inspiration To Everyone (BRITE)! For more information about BRITE Radio visit www.BRITEradio.org. You can also download the FREE APP for your smart phone or device on GooglePlay and the AppStore. Owned and operated by the Non-Profit, 501c-3 Corporation, BRITE Works, Inc.
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Marty talks with actor, Annette Duncan, about her latest project Dolphin Island.  Annette Lovrien Duncan is an actress, known for Dolphin Island (2021) and People Magazine Investigates (2016).
Marty talks faith, race, and unity with Pastor Jay Stewart and Pastor Derrick Hawkins, authors of Welded.  Welded: Forming Racial Bonds That Last is the story of two pastors and two churches coming together amidst the nation's greatest racial tensions and painting a picture of true biblical community.  This book recounts the two-year journey leading up to the merging of an African American church with a white mega church, highlighting the backstory that began years earlier and bringing the reader to a place of self-reflection.
Marty talks faith and arts with Steve Skipper.  The first African American to complete Artwork sanctioned by NASCAR, University of Alabama, PGA, PBR, with unveilings at The MGM Grand and Monte Carlo of Las Vegas and Chelsea Peers of New York City. Recognized by Civil Rights Icon Ambassador Andrew J. Young, NFL legends Bart Starr, Ozzie Newsome, Ken Stabler, Doug Williams, and University of Alabama legendary Head Football Coach Nick Saban and many others as one of the best in the business.
Author George Robertson enables readers to find a sympathetic Savior in the Psalms who experienced every human emotion, and he helps men and women see the God-inspired vocabulary for expressing every feeling to the Father.Soul Anatomy helps men and women respond to the love of God in all the ways the psalmists do: spiritually, vocationally, physically, and volitionally. As divinely inspired prayers, God offers the vocabulary he welcomes from us when we do not know how to pray.
Kevin David Sorbo is an American actor. He had starring roles in two television series: as Hercules in Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, and as Captain Dylan Hunt in Andromeda. Sorbo is also known for acting in the Christian drama films God's Not Dead and Let There Be Light.
Marty talks with Keith-Alan Hinson II, producer and actor, known for Time2Dance (2020), Anger Has a Secret (2010) and Thing for the Bling (2008).
Marty talks with the Co-Creator of Veggie Tales, Mike Nawrocki.  Michael Lewis Nawrocki is an American director, producer, writer, voice actor, animator, musician, puppeteer, and businessman best known as the co-creator of the long-running, Christian video series, VeggieTales where he voices Larry the Cucumber.
Marty talks with Christian Speaker and Author, Barb Roose. Barb Roose is a popular speaker and author who is passionate about equipping women to win at life with Christ-empowered strength and dignity. Since 2005, Barb has been speaking to audiences in the US and abroad, including national platforms such as the Aspire Women’s Events, She Speaks Conference, and the UMC Leadership Institute.
Marty talks with David Chawick, author of "Moving Beyond Anxiety."  David Chadwick grew up in Texas and moved to California to study Zen as a student of Shunryu Suzuki in 1966. Chadwick was ordained as a Buddhist priest in 1971, shortly before Suzuki's death. He assisted in the operation of the San Francisco Zen Center for a number of years.
Marty talks with the founder of Yippee TV, Brandon Piety, about the new media and his mission.
Marty talks with Dr. Shariat, President of Iran Alive Ministries, about their mission and the lives they impact.
Marty talks with actor Ricky Kim about life, ministry, faith and the film Heaven Quest.
Marty talks with Film Producer Kevin Downes about his latest project "I Still Believe" due in theaters March 2020.
Marty talks with author Andrew Huff.
Marty talks with author Welby O'Brien.
Marty talks with Geoffrey Rogers, Executive Producer of the film "Blind Eyes Opened".
Marty talks with musician Dan Lutz about his recent album, music, life, and ministry.
Marty talks with author Joshua Cooley about his book "The Biggest Win: Pro Football Players Tackle Faith"
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