Name: Mike, aka "Mikey O"
Web Site: http://www.rofradio.com
Bio: Mike Oleander started radio in 2000 as an intern at a local Christian station. He was asked to host a weekend youth oriented rock show called "The Edge"...the seed was planted. The show was wildly popular because of its fun, real tone. The Holy Spirit did great things in peoples' lives through the show (especially in a local prison). In 2003 Mike landed a job in secular radio and left the show due to working two jobs. His co-host Josh Novak took over the show briefly before moving to Arkansas. In 2005, Mike and his family moved up to Jonesboro, Arkansas to syndicate the show with Josh. Later that year Mike's wife became pregnant and they moved back home to be closer to family. Presently, there is a need for quality youth oriented entertainment in the Christian radio industry. A show that can compete and beat local secular "club" shows and nationally syndicated filth. Enter the Air Raid, a rock show aimed not only for the saved but more importantly people seeking the healing of Jesus Christ. The time is right and the time is now! Join us on this journey of faith and friendship. Help spread the good word!
Posts by Mikey O:
A Christian student group at Vanderbilt University has been told by the school’s administration that it will lose its recognized status on campus unless the group removes its requirement that its leaders have a “personal commitment to Jesus Christ,” says a Christian legal association.
Despite a discussion with school officials at the beginning of the year that led members of the group to believe their bylaws were approved, the group was told last week that the university’s new policy barring religious groups from selecting members and leaders based on faith requirements will disqualify the group next school year.
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New Jersey’s Assembly passed a same-sex marriage bill late Thursday afternoon that would make it the eighth state to allow homosexual couples to marry. But Republican Gov. Chris Christie, promising “swift action,” has pledged to veto the measure.
Today’s 42-33 lower chamber vote came on the heels of the Senate’s 24-16 vote in favor of the measure. In the Senate, two Republicans voted in favor of the bill while two Democrats voted no.
The real challenge now for proponents of same-sex marriage is to get more Republicans to vote in favor of overturning the governor’s veto, which Gov. Christie says will not happen. Past attempts to override Christie’s veto on other issues have all failed. Read the rest of this entry “
Renowned Pastor Tim Keller is speaking out for the first time against New York City’s ban on church use of public school buildings.
“Grieved” that more than 60 churches will be forced out of public schools this month, Keller called the city’s ban “unwise” and is hoping for a reversal. Read the rest of this entry “