Lessons Learned

Life's Lessons

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We entertain with teachable moments and encourage the sharing of lessons from generation to generation.

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The Transformed Traveler, Carla Tocquigny, takes you to the extraordinary town of Lucca, Italy. Call in with any questions to 646-727-2255.

Prodigious filmmaker John Moore discusses his newest featured film, Ace Wonder: Message from a Dead Man.

Film and TV writer and producer Francis James shares his life lessons. Francis has dedicated his life and art to the exploration and illumination of the relationship between our inner and outer perceptions of reality. Known as a "perceptionist",... more

Three time Dove Award winner and the Gospel Music Association Newcomer of the Year in 2000, Ginny Owens, shares her life lessons and discusses her latest work Get In I'm Driving.

Former P&G manager Andrew Mayo is back to discuss his life lessons and current initiatives.

Dr. Kenneth Ryan debuts his newest book, and perhaps most important...Finding Your Prince in a Sea of Toads. This is a smart, pre-marital guide to single women.

Recording artist, John Waller, debuts his newest record As For Me And My House and shares his insightful life lessons.

Al Boulden, executive and business leader extraordinaire, shares his life lessons ranging from marriage, grandparenthood to careers. Make sure and listen to this special show of how successful people lean on their faith first.

Author Suzanne Rentz discusses her life lessons and debuts her latest book Life Connected.

Ken Wessell continues his leadership lessons with a unique perspective toward nurses.
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