Rich Redmond is an award winning recording and touring drummer based in Nashville and Los Angeles. As an in demand artist, Rich has recorded/toured/performed with:
Jason Aldean, Ludacris, Kelly Clarkson, Bryan Adams, Bob Seger, Joe Perry, Jewel, Miranda Lambert, Luke Bryan, Thompson Square, Eric Church, Deana Carter, Chris Stapleton, Montgomery Gentry, Alabama, John Anderson, Trace Adkins, Keith Urban, Travis Tritt, Emily West and many others.
WHEN he’s not in the studio or on tour, Rich is motivating others with his CRASH Course For Success, writing songs, producing records, authoring books, and even acting.
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Views:3701|Rating:2.22|View Time:23Minutes|Likes:4|Dislikes:5 Rich Witmer, cult leader of Generations Church, says he tithes 25% of his income, yet he also admits that he does not pay taxes. Working people pay around 30% of their income to taxes. This means that Rich pays less in tithes than his flock pays in taxes. Go figure!
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Speech by Businessman, Author, Intellectual, Founder of Harvest Institue Think Tank, Political Strategist, Economist, Real Estate Developer and Economic Development Consultant Dr. Claud Anderson as part of the Justice Symposium as presented by The Black Clergy of Philadelphia and Vicinity Inc.
In the speech, Dr. Claud Anderson explains strategies Black People in America can use to become WEALTHY and POWERFUL NOW.
It took place on TUESDAY October 21st 2014 at Mount Airy Church of God in Philadelphia, PA.
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Dr. Claud Anderson is president of PowerNomics Corporation of America, Inc. and The Harvest Institute, Inc. PowerNomics is a company that publishes his books and produces the multimedia presentations in which he explains his concept, PowerNomics. PowerNomics is a package of principles and strategies that explain “race” and offer a guide for Black America to become a more self-sufficient and economically competitive group in America. Dr. Anderson is widely recognized as one of America’s most influential intellectuals and authors. His work has made Black history popular with all age groups. His book, Black Labor, White Wealth: The Search for Power and Economic Justice is the foundation for the programs, policies, and research solutions of the Harvest Institute, a national Black think tank, of which he is president. He is a regular guest on radio and television talk shows and lectures frequently to business groups, universities, churches and social organizations on the economic and political solutions that he proposes.
Dr. Anderson’s book, PowerNomics: The National Plan to Empower Black America, incorporates and reflects his past experiences: his academic research, business experience, both as an owner and a capital provider, and his varied political positions. He has held the highest positions in federal and state government and politics. He was State Coordinator of Education for Florida under Governor Reubin Askew during the tumultuous period of the 1970s. After successful social reform projects in Florida and leading president Jimmy Carter’s Florida campaign to a win in the state, Carter appointed Anderson as the Federal Chairman for a commission of governors of southeast states. In that position (rank of assistant secretary in the U.S. Department of Commerce), he stimulated and funded economic development projects for the governors in those states. The seafood industry, at that point all wild catch, was a major sector focus. The projects he funded created jobs and businesses. Anderson has taught at all levels of education, was also executive director of two economic development corporations for the city of Miami, Florida and a major planner and coordinator for the 1988 Democratic Convention in Atlanta. As the highest ranking Black on the planning committee for the 1988 Democratic Convention, he awarded 37% of the contracts to Blacks, a record that has never been broken.
As an entrepreneur, Dr. Anderson built Maryland’s largest seafood producing facility and operated it for seven years, has owned radio stations, retail food outlets and a residential construction company. He obtained a Doctorate of Education degree from Wayne State University.
Dr. Anderson is president of The Harvest Institute, a nationally recognized think tank that does research, policy development, education and advocacy to increase the self-sufficiency of Black America. Dr. Anderson’s books, Black Labor, White Wealth: A Search for Power and Economic Justice and PowerNomics: The National Plan, are the foundation for Harvest Institute programs.
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In our interview. We spoke with Rich about:
-Pastoring in NYC
-His new book
-Handling issues in his community from a biblical standpoint
-How he deals with Andy Mineo’s involvement with the ministry
Views:1113|Rating:4.89|View Time:30:42Minutes|Likes:88|Dislikes:2 What makes your lives rich? What are your plans for this caucasian new year? (since O’odham new year doesnt start until later). I missed you guys!!!!!!!!
Views:143984|Rating:4.73|View Time:1:59Minutes|Likes:398|Dislikes:23 On Saturday, September 3, ESPN’s College GameDay Built by The Home Depot debuted the show’s opening sequence which was filmed on location at Full Sail University and features multi-platinum country superstars Big & Rich, alongside Cowboy Troy, performing their hit song, ‘Comin’ To Your City.’ This year marks the 25th season for ESPN’s College GameDay, which aired live from Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, beginning at 9 a.m. ET on ESPNU and from 10-noon on ESPN.
The production, which consisted of a multiple day setup and live video shoot to support ESPN College GameDay’s opening sequence, was held in June 2011 at Full Sail Studios’ backlot on the university’s campus. During the taping current students participated in various opportunities to receive hands-on experience by working alongside ESPN professionals. This collaboration was part of the ongoing Full Sail University Sports Lab powered by ESPN initiative that was co-launched on the school’s campus late last year.
Views:58|Rating:0.00|View Time:2:7Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 What a blessing to attend this meeting in Sacramento California, where Prophet Rich Vera was ministering. We completely agree with this word he gave over us, and are saying YES & AMEN.