The Afternoons with Amos PODCAST For August 31, 2015. (Interview With Bail Bond Agents Starts At 6:00 Mark On PODCAST Media Player).  Bail is a Constitutional Right in Indiana.  Section 17 of Indiana’s Constitution states that  “Excessive bail shall not be required. All penalties shall be proportioned to the nature of the offense.” Section 18 of […]

The Afternoons with Amos PODCAST For Thursday, June 18, 2015. It’s the worst mass shooting in an American church or house of worship in twenty-four years. Not since nine were killed in a Buddhist Temple in Phoenix Arizona.  On a special edition of Afternoons with Amos, Indianapolis reacted to the deaths of nine people – […]

While President Barack Obama was giving one of the most moving speeches of his Presidency at the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama on the 50th Anniversary of “Bloody Sunday”, hundreds of Indianapolis area residents gathered at Light of the World Church in a solidarity rally and March called “Selma Is Now. The purpose of […]

City-County Council President Maggie Lewis along with Councilman Leroy Robinson discussed some critical issues the City-County Council has dealt with in recent days during an Afternoons with Amos interview.  Councilman Robinson sponsored an ordinance that would provide a bill of rights to homeless persons in the city/county. It would provide procedures in case homeless shelter […]

WELCOME! To The AM1310 The Light Afternoons with Amos LIVE BLOG of the 2014 Election Returns for Marion County.  As the returns come in we’ll be blogging the results, the trends shown and what they mean.  When I feel enough votes have come in to determine a clear cut WINNER we’ll tell you that.  Our […]

In a final effort to get you prepared to vote on this Tuesday, November 4th, we gathered together in one location, all our 2014 Afternoons with Amos Interviews with Candidates for County, State, Federal, Legislative, Township and School Board Offices. Plus the interview that rocked the IPS School Board Race, the Refusal of a Major […]

In a special series of interviews, Afternoons with Amos has been interviewing the candidates running for the Indianapolis Public Schools Board of School Commissioners (School Board). As a district, IPS is troubled. Four of its schools were taken over by the State three years ago. An action that was controversial then and remains so today. […]

Monument Circle in the Heart of Downtown is where Indianapolis has come to Celebrate Major Occasions or just to hang out. Saturday, July 12, it was a special scene as hundreds came downtown as dusk for Indy United, a reaffirmation of support for police after the tragic death of IMPD officer Perry Renn. And a […]

  Scores gathered at one of Indianapolis most iconic monuments to Pray for Peace and an end to the continuing violence that has plagued numerous Indianapolis neighborhoods and victimized persons of all races and Faiths.  Organized by Light of the World Church Senior Pastor Dr. David Hampton and St. Luke United Methodist Church’s Senior Pastor […]

A fiery sermon on God’s Promise by the Rev. Al Sharpton (listen below) was the climax to a moving ecumenical service that combined hip hop praise dancers, Baptist preaching, personal testimonies and a formal ordination in the Disciples of Christ faith tradition as Dr. David A. Hampton was installed Sunday as the new Senior Pastor […]

After a year long transition, Dr. David Hampton is being installed as the fifth pastor in the history of Light of the World Church. Dr. Hampton appeared on Afternoons with Amos to talk about the activities at the church during installation weekend along with where h how he plans to move the church ministry forward. […]

                  EXCLUSIVE UPDATE: Dr. David Hampton, Senior Pastor-elect of Light of the World talked live to Afternoons with Amos about the reasons for Sunday’s protest and arrests outside his church. It was the biggest display of civil disobedience by an Indianapolis church in many years as thirteen […]