Thursday, February 24, 2011

New Buildding 429

Building 429 has a new record label, a new album and a new sound.  I think you'll love it!  Here's more info:

Mwangaza Children's Choir

Mwangaza Children’s Choir will be sharing their talents at New Hope United Methodist Church located at 5125 Shattalon Drive, Winston-Salem, N.C. THIS FRIDAY, February 18 – 7:00 p.m. This is a group of 20 spirited and talented children, ages 9-14, who represent the orphaned and poverty-stricken youth of Uganda. The children tour on behalf of Africa Renewal Ministries (ARM) to worship, minister and share their message of hope through song and dance. Mwangaza (m-wahn-gah’-zah) is the Swahili word for “shining light”. The choir is a missionary and fundraising branch of Africa Renewal Ministries which performs original Ugandan music that represents the country’s rich and deep-rooted culture. Their music promises to be a real blessing to everyone who comes.

Friday, February 11, 2011

Third Day/Tenth Avenue North Presale

They don't go on sale to the general public until this Friday, but you can get your Third Day tix through Thursday, 2/17, with the promo code MOVE

Wednesday, February 09, 2011

Achiote Glazed Pork Chops

This was my first attempt at making anything with Achiote Paste (available at many Mexican grocery stores).  They came out pretty good!  If you want to take a stab at it, here's the recipe I (mostly) followed.

2 pork chops
½ onion, chopped
1 clove garlic
2 tablespoons achiote paste
1 can ancho-chilies (I did not use these because of the heat)
1 orange, juiced
½ cup olive oil
Salt and pepper to taste


1. For pork chop marinade, blend onion, garlic, achiote paste, ancho-chiles, orange juice, olive oil, salt, and pepper until smooth. Marinate pork chop for a minimum of 30 minutes (maximum 6 hours).

2. Grill or pan fry pork chops to medium rare. Let rest 10-15 mins. before serving.

Save Money by Keeping Your Groceries Fresh Longer

Rice in your salt shaker?  Buttering up your cheese?  A bay leaf in your flour?  These are just a few ways to keep your perishables from perishing too quickly!  Here's the scoop from Shine:

Tuesday, February 08, 2011

Gettin' Fit with Allen

Join the Fitness One team for the Pound for Pound Challenge.  For every pound you commit to lose, the Second Harvest Food Bank will recieve one pound of food! 

In the "Search for a Team" window, type "Fitness One" to register for this local team. 

Here's a great video where you can learn more about the Second Harvest Food Bank:

Allen also talked today about how less is more when it comes to working out.  Instead of spending hours every week on the treadmill, you are far better working out at a high intensity for 30 minutes/ 3 days per week. 

To sign up for a 21-Day Bootcamp at Fitness One or to get more information email Allen at .

Monday, February 07, 2011

Dr. Ski Summarizes Everything!

Take Aways:
  1. Drink 16 oz of water every morning before you eat or drink anything else.
  2. The three Week Let-Down: you will plateau here, it's going to happen.  Don't lose hope when between  3-5 weeks you stop losing weight.  Push through this, your inch/weight loss will resume!
  3. Fiber...Fiber...Fiber   25 grams for women, 35 grams per day for men.  At least 30% should be soluble fiber.
  4. Weigh the risk vs. benefit of everything you eat.  When you are getting ready to eat that high calorie treat, remember the exercise that you will have to do to burn it off.  Is it still worth it?
  5. Exercise for inch loss and reduction of inflammation.
  6. View food as your medecine!
Watch tonight's Made to Crave webcast tonight at 8:00 with Dr. Ski, Lysa TerKeurst and Mandisa here:

Get Dr. Ski's "Go Guide" here:

Thursday, February 03, 2011

Mistakes Job Hunters Make

Thanks to Randy Wooden for joining us today on the Morning Show to talk about the mistakes
people make while job hunting.  A few of the slip-ups:
-Talking money too soon
-Not closing the interview well
-Not having some good questions to ask the interviewer

There are lots of other things to avoid and Randy has an online workshop on this topic.
He is offering it to WBFJ listeners at a 25% discount.

Follow this link:
and enter WBFJ as the coupon code in the shopping cart.

To recieve Randy's free e-newsletter every week, sign up here:

Also, Randy offers  Free "Get Hired" workshops each Thursday at his office
in Clemmons...
for more info, contact
Randy Wooden
Wooden Group, Inc.
(O) 336.793.8040 (M) 336.403.0188