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Abigail Rich returns to Love Liberty & Lip Gloss on April 23 at 7 p.m. Eastern:
Abigail was born in Dallas Texas and abandoned by her mother when she was only two months old. She grew up with foster families until she was 17 years old. All through her school years she knew that she wanted to help people. She became a Paramedic right out of high school and quickly moved up to flight medic on a air ambulance helicopter. In the early 2000’s, she was working on the medical helicopter when it crashed. Abigail was critically injured and had to undergo three lifesaving surgeries receiving over 400 stitches and over 200 staples as well as numerous steel plates for her broken bones. The doctors told her family that she would not survive. After 6 weeks in the intensive care unit, Abigail proved them wrong when she woke up. Then after another 3 months she walked out of the Hospital on her own. After her recovery, Abigail concluded that life is too short and she wanted to still help people and show them that they can overcome life’s hurtles. At the same time, she intended to enjoy her precious gift of life.
Through an odd twist of fate, Abigail became a professional Glamour Model. Abigail has worked as a trade show model, modeled at fashion shows, even as a spokes model promoting products and services, to becoming an Internationally published Glamour Model.
Call in with your questions at (347) 945-7246.
Re-broadcast of "Are You Abigal, married to a saved abuser?" Program received so many inquiries until I wanted to play it again.
Feel free to share it with a friend and start the discussion.
Domestic Violence should not exist anywhere especially in the church, a place of healing.
Reflections With Lynne
This morning author Rosana Y. Wan joins Jane to talk about her book The Culinary Lives of John and Abigail Adams and her experience working as a park ranger at the Adams National Historic Site in Quincy, Massachusetts. Rosana will discuss the traditional New England fare that the Adams ate while living in Massachusetts and the international influences that their travels brought to their food as they became revolutionaries, diplomats and the First Family of the U.S.
Born in Hong Kong and raised in various places in the United States, Rosana Yin-Ting Wan attended University of Houston-Downtown in Houston and later graduated with honors from Suffolk University, Boston, with a degree in history. Since relocating to Boston, where she currently lives, she has pursued her passion for studies in the history of the American Revolution.
Find the book here: http://www.schifferbooks.com/the-culinary-lives-of-john-abigail-adams-a-cookbook-5538.html
Adams National Historic Site: http://www.nps.gov/adam/index.htm
Photo of John Adams birthplace: "John Adams birthplace, Quincy, Massachusetts" by Daderot at the English language Wikipedia. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:John_Adams_birthplace,_Quincy,_Massachusetts.JPG#/media/File:John_Adams_birthplace,_Quincy,_Massachusetts.JPG
Born and raised in church Abigail knew if there was one thing that she believed it was that God answered prayers. She prayed to marry a man like her, a Christian. Her husband, she would tell people is going to be a man of the cloth, a praying man, a soul winner. She wanted all her life to be a first lady. When Nepal Levy, son of Bishop Henry Levy from Mississippi joined their church as interim Pastor, single, fine and full of Word, she immediately asked God for him. Five years later, First Lady Levy wonders if God see what her life has turned out to be. The abuse began as simple insults that grew to serious verbal abuse. The one time she worked up enough nerve to argue back at him, he accused her of being disrespectful and slapped her. The next time he blackened her eye. Every time, he would apologize and find a scripture in the bible to justify why he had to punish her. She could not tell anyone that the Pastor was indeed abusing her, so she kept silent and prayed. She would never destroy his ministry yet she was confused. How could he be a powerhouse in the church and come home and beat her? Remaining faithful to him, the church, and Christ was draining her spirit. How could she continue to support a man who was so emotionally, physically and psychologically abusive to her? Where was God in this? Does this life sound familiar? Tonight’s discussion is geared towards the woman who is screaming and not being heard. The woman sitting in church outwardly praying for others and inwardly waiting for God to rescue her from the abusive situation she finds herself in.
Tonight we will discuss being Abigail, the silent screamer.
Tune in at 7:30pm. Call in # 347-215-9556
Abigail is an out-of-the-box strategist and connector when she’s ‘in her element.’ Excited by the opportunity to talk about ‘growing things’ and expansion of all shapes and sizes, organizations and people, Abigail brings to partnerships something exceedingly unique: creative discernment.
Making Money the Millennial Way is Abigail’s debut book. She has been featured in several venture capital and finance outlets online including her tongue-in-cheek letter published on Techli.com entitled, ‘Dear Recession, Thanks. A Letter from a Millennial MBA.’
Today’s organizations require that workers be adaptable. Truly effective leaders know how to follow and how it feels to be a follower. Conversely, in order to be a productive team member, one must understand the difficulties of being a team leader. The daily “dance” between leaders and followers requires mutual understanding and a balance of give and take. As the great Chinese philosopher, Lao Tzu, said: “To lead, one must follow.” In this program, Yael Schy, creator of the Teamwork Tango® leadership training approach, shares her philosophy and methodology of using partner dancing principles and exercises for helping leaders and followers in organizations to work together more collaboratively and effectively.
Yael Schy is a leader in using expressive arts in organizational learning and development. She is principal of Dramatic Strides® Consulting, specializing in leadership development, communication skills, teambuilding and creative decision-making techniques that help people and organizations move forward together. Her unique Teamwork Tango® workshop, which teaches leadership and teambuilding skills through the metaphor of partner dancing, has been presented at numerous professional conferences and organizations in the U.S. and abroad for more than a decade.
Abigail Clark is a graduate student at the University of Baltimore obtaining her master’s degree in negotiation and conflict management. She left undergrad with the hopes of becoming an addictions counselor, which led her to the University of Maryland School of Social Work. While researching different possibilities, she discovered UB’s Negotiation and Conflict Management program. After reading two course descriptions, she was sold.
E280: Lunden De'Leon, Colt Buckelew , Brittany Marie, Abigail Rich
Tonight we discuss the new Arnold Swarzenegger movie, Maggie! Maggie is the tale of a girl slowly turning into a zombie while her father struggles with what to do. That's right...Arnold is in a zombie movie! It is not the kind of zombie movie that you would expect to see him in. What kind of zombie movie is it you ask? Join us and find out as we discuss Maggie!
I SAMUEL. 30:1-15.
And it came to pass, when David and his men were come to Ziklag on the third day, that the Amalekites had invaded the South, and Ziklag, and smitten Ziklag, and burned it with fire ;
Vs. 2. And had taken the women captivates, that were therein: they slew not any, neither great or small, but carried them away, and went on their way.
Vs. 3. So David and his men came to the city, and, behold it was burned with fire ; and their wives, and their sons, and their daughters were taken captives.
Vs. 4. Then David and the people that were with him lifted up their voice and wept, until they had no more power to weep.
Vs. 5. And David's two wives were taken captives, Ahinoam THE Jezreelitess, and Abigail the wife of Nabal the Carmelite.
This episode of Behind the Prose is more like Behind the Lyrics. Indiana-born, New York-based singer/songwriter Gandhi takes us on a journey that starts when he taught himself how to play the guitar and write songs. That was 15 years ago. Today, like prose writers, Gandhi says through an process of experimentation and practice, he’s found his voice and is preparing for the release of Rebel On, an EP that reflects the musician with a mission he’s become.
In this interview, you’ll learn there are many parallels between penning lyrics and writing prose, including a surprising discovery about the role of the producer.
We listen to some of Gandhi’s song’s, dissect his lyrics, and invite you out to Brooklyn on May 1, where Gandhi will perform a collaboration show with writer and photographer Abigail Ekue. The Darker Side of Lust Private Reading and Concert features Ekue’s erotic poetry and Gandhi’s acoustic melodies and vocals.
Go ahead. Listen. Learn. Write songs.
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It seemed as if Madison and Abigail would never get to leave the Wal-Mart hair supply isle until one day a miracle occurred. After being purchased by the young Annabelle Dakota, Madison and Abigail experience new adventures such as attending middle school, going for a scary swim, being lost, and many more scrunches. See how the scrunchies “hold up” in a world that requires a different kind of… flexibility. Stay tuned for this exciting interview with Author, Mallorie Moody.
This week Intuitive Heart Radio dives into the world of Psychic Investigation. Host Abigail Noel is joined by fellow Lost Angel Project volunteers Whitney Duhgman and Kelli Clark. Lost Angel Project is a non profit volunteer based group whose purpose and passion is to locate missing persons and to assist law enforcement in bringing justice for the victims of violent crime.
Intuitive Heart Radio is an 'out of the box' platform where spiritual Truth can be explored with out judgement. The topics each week will vary and listeners are encouraged to call in with questions and comments. All beliefs and views are welcomed as long as spoken from a place of personal truth and Love.
Abigail Noel, the host of Intuitive Heart Radio is an evidentiary medium and conscious psychic channel. Aware of her abilities and connection to Heaven since birth, she is a direct channel for the soul expression of Jesus Christ whom she Lovingly calls J and God The Father whom she most often refers to as Dad. Abigail has been in private practice as an intuitive therapist/medical intuitive since 2010. She divides her time between her home in Northern California and her home away from home in Memphis, Tennessee.