WSKY1230AM-WDZY1290AM/103.3FM- KWDF 840AM/99.7FM 4-22-2017

Our guest today Ralph Frederick Winter, Producer of The Promise will be discussing the making of his latest film “The Promise” scheduled in theatres April 22, 2017.

Mr. Winter  is a Hollywood film producer who has helped to produce blockbuster movies such as the X-MenFantastic Four and Star Trek series as well as “I, Robot” and the first remake of “Planet of the Apes.” His films have grossed collectively over $2 billion (USD).

Winter is a member of the Directors Guild of America and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Winter is also a partner in ThomasWinterCooke, which produces television commercials and represents a number of commercial directors.

THE PROMISE is a moving and poignant film about injustice and Christian persecution during the last days of The Ottoman Empire.  It’s also a story of love, sacrifice, and courage.  The film stars Academy-Award winner Christian Bale, Oscar Isaac (from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, The Nativity Story), Charlotte LeBon and James Cromwell. THE PROMISE is directed by Terry George (Hotel Rwanda) and fellow Christians Eric Esrailian and Ralph Winter.

This Monday, April 24 marks Armenian Genocide Day which is commemorated every year in remembrance of this tragic time in history. Check out the trailer and see the movie!


Christian Talk 1160 AM April 22, 2017

Our guest today is Leo Griffin the CEO of Activbody, Inc., and product spokesperson for the company’s new handheld fitness training system,Activ5. He is dedicated to making the world a healthier place by using technology to make exercise more convenient and fun. Are you one of the millions of Americans who resolved that 2017 would be the year you would trim down and firm up, but still haven’t found the time to visit your local gym to hit the treadmill or pump a little iron? If so, you’re going to love Activ5, the new fitness innovation from the folks at Activbody.

Activ5 is a new, Bluetooth-enabled pocket-size personal training device that allows anyone at any fitness level to exercise virtually anytime, anywhere using a series of five-minute full body isometric workouts.


Most of us sit way too much, and although we all want to be more fit, for many of us its nearly impossible to carve out time to get to the gym, says Activbody CEO, Leo Griffin. With Activ5 we’ve created a way for people to get a full body workout quickly and effectively during their downtime and do it while having fun and being entertained.


The Activ5 portable isometric fitness trainer consists of a pressure-sensitive puck which wirelessly connects to the Activ5smartphone application via Bluetooth. Using the smartphones display screen, the palm-sized device coaches the user through over 100 separate five-minute, low-impact, isometric workouts.

The Activ5s smartphone app personalizes the workout to the users individual strength level to make sure each workout is challenging, but not overwhelming, says Griffin.

Griffin says in addition to the dozens of unique workouts personalized for users individual fitness levels, the Activ5 smartphone app includes a suite of games which make isometric exercising both entertaining and fun to do. For more information or to order go


W4CY & W4Vet 4-20-2017

Gary LeBlanc Founder and President of Mercy Chefs is our guest today on Let’s Just Talk show. Gary and his team provides professionally prepared, restaurant quality meals for victims, volunteers and first responders in national emergencies and natural disasters. He says “our team is experienced in bringing relief following hurricanes, flooding, tornadoes, earthquakes, wildfires and national emergencies”.


Welcome to Gary LeBlanc’s Mercy Chefs and he wants to thank you for taking a moment to look into the ministry.  When he founded Mercy Chefs in 2006 he never imagined all that God would do through us ministry. At the time, he was broken by what he had witnessed while volunteering in his hometown of New Orleans during the aftermath of
Hurricane Katrina. The devastation was so intense and widespread. Lives were completely disrupted. The community was in ruins.

In New Orleans, Gary saw first hand the incredible difference a hot meal could make, but with thirty-five years in the hospitality industry under his belt, he was surprised and outraged by the quality of food being served. Chef Gary knew something more could be done and became inspired to the point of distraction by the idea of serving
high quality food in a disaster zone. Little did he know how far that distraction would lead. To date they have served over 1,100,000 meals – an average of 301 meals every day for ten years! They now have three mobile kitchens and two refrigerated trailers and are able to respond across the United States, as well as, abroad. Please take the opportunity as he did all those years ago; volunteer or partner with them and see what God will do. For more information go