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The Rev. Dr. Sid Gates is an ordained Presbyterian (USA) minister and licensed marriage and family therapist (partner) in a private psychotherapy practice in Augusta, GA. He was conferred degrees from the University of Georgia (B.A.), Valdosta State University (M.S.), and Union Presbyterian Seminary (D.Min.). Dr. Gates provides individual, couples, family therapy, and pastoral counseling; he has recognized expertise in providing therapy for grief, reconciliation, and theopathogical concerns.
He has been a three-time presenter for the annual national conference for the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy; his presentation on brief, solution-focused grief therapy was selected part of the “Best Of” series. Dr. Gates has renown as a community and regional presenter/organizer interfacing issues of spirituality and the behavioral sciences. His “spiritual activism” has morphed into community-and-beyond education targeting issues of the “common good.” He is a cofounder of the Progressive Religious Coalition of Augusta and a framer for the Coalition for Mental and Spiritual Health Ministries and its “interfaith” application. Dr. Gates is the current Chaplain for the Richmond County (Augusta) Democratic Party. His wife of twenty-five years is a Registered Nurse and he has a daughter who is in nursing school.
On Friday's show, I will have with me, Hugh Fike from Heritage Action for America's Sentinel program. Sentinel is a grassroots campaign developed by Heritage Action for America to promote and channel effective and vigorous Conservative / Liberty movement activism.
We'll talk about avenues of participation, how the Sentinel program facilitates impact on legislatures and the opportunities that social media provide in the mix.
Also up for discussion - the potential impact of newly proposed IRS regulations which threaten the ability of non-profits to participate in issue organizing.
Be sure to call in during the program with your comments, ideas, concerns and questions at (646) 668-8537.
Today we are talking with Ruth Wilson, Intuitive skills Teacher, Healer, Coach and Consultant about the topic of Energy Activism. What is it? How can one be an Energy Activist?
Ruth will teaching a 2 part workshop in October and November 2013 on simple tools and techniques that can transform community and empower people to be more aware of their ability to transform their world with conscious intention and their own natural energy skills. There are no prerequisites for her workshops.
To read more about her workshops go to the homepage of www.clairvoyanceacademy.com.
Francine Marie-Sheppard is the Director of the Academy of Clairvoyance and Consciousness and an energy activist herself. She created an unusual school with a mission to contribute in it's own way to the world. Through its unique training programs the ACC supports the evolving consciousness of whomever walks through the door.
If you'd like to email Ruth with your questions she can be reached at Ruth@clairvoyanceacademy.com and her websites are www.enlightenedinteraction.com or www.ruth-wilson.com
If you have questions for Francine about the ACC school, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Troy Bowles grew up in a polygamous family. At age 17 he stopped participating in the religion. After spending some time in the US Navy, he returned to Utah and got involved in political activism. He busied himself writing his story and telling of the ethical problems he saw within polygamous society.
This is the first show i will have ever done apart form co hosting on a diffrent show my mate matt hosts. today or tonight (depending where you live) i will be dicussing why people should pay attention to polotics and their countrys political system... why you should understand that the government doesnt lead you, YOU lead the government. among other things. along with a bit of news. Also a possible apearance by my good mate and teacher mathew wright (who is a psychic, medium, empath, te
Join host Kristyn and her producer Paula on the letter of courage & activism from Rena Mackert!!!
Excerpts from the letter:
"My name is Rena Mackert. I am a child of polygamy and a former member of what became the FLDS. I am a seventh generation polygamist, the sixth born into it, on my mother's side of the family. My fourth great-grandfather, Isaac Allred, was on the first High Council of the Mormon Church."
"In July, 1976 my assigned husband, my step-brother, announced he wanted nothing to do with polygamy or the FLDS. The prophet, at that time, (Leroy Johnson,) told me to divorce him. About six months later I was summoned to his office. I was ordered to marry the prophet's brother. I refused. I was ordered to submit to his authority, to 'keep sweet... Again I refused. During this meeting he contradicted religious doctrine at least four times. When I told him that Father had been molesting me, he said I was a liar and had the spirit of apostasy. Those words changed my life forever. I knew he was a fraud. "
"I truly believe that decriminalizing polygamy would set human rights and civil rights for women and children in Utah back 100 years. We might as well bring slavery back.
Polygamy is a felony and should remain so."
Justin Vacula -- joined by Karla Porter -- discuss multiple fronts of activism: atheism and advocacy for separation of religion and government. Should atheists who advocate for church/state separation forgo atheist activism to reach more people? What are the benefits of multiple foci? What are the drawbacks of multiple foci? Join Justin and Karla November 30 at 8PM Eastern for this conversation. As always, callers, no matter their viewpoints, are welcome to join the discussion. Call the
Today's show will cover the need for radical forgiveness, revolutionary sacred activism, and the perfect archetypes for Conscious Evolution as understood by your host, Rev. Cassandra Martin. Additionally, she will begin to discuss why Spirituality is changing during the twenty-first century. This show will begin a series of shows over the next few months because Rev. Cassandra is taking an on-line course with Andrew Harvey, founder of the Institute for Sacred Activism, which continues through seven modules during the month of April and ending in May. As she is inspired, and processes this new look at Sacred Activism, she will share with you her personal transformations.
Over the past two years, while she completed her book, The "Multiple You" Universe, Rev. Cassandra noticed that her point of view was expanding and her desire to participate in global activism was inspiring her to listen deeply to the sacred inner voice again. She began a new series of envisioning, part of her Mystic heritage. In order to move beyond her original idea of what her personal service might be on behalf of the world, it meant that she would need to engage her radical nature again. Andrew Harvey came to her attention after she had joined two groups to work with subtle energy. Andrew Harvey's approach has never been subtle.
Stay tuned to this channel each month to see what is in store for the Reverend as she breaks free, and activates her vision of a 24-hour global event to shift the energy on earth -- the event she has spoken of over the past three months: One Focus, Billions of Voices, Affirmations to Change the World. As people assume the power of their archetypes, engage in heartfelt sacred activism, and utilize the powerful shift in conscious evolution that is available to everyone during this century, peace prepares to descend upon us through the grace of God, indwelling.
On January 10, Huffnágel Pista, Lucian Vâlsan and James Huff will be covering the news for the latest week and then will pursue into a discussion about ways to do individual activism that involves a bearable amount of work even for the most busy amongst the audience and that comes with low risks – which is highly important given the misandric framework in which Europe functions today. Listeners are invited to call in and provide alternative ideas at (001) 310 388 9709, or Sk
Tonight on "Green Talk Live" Chef Moses and Chef Rivera will be discussing protesting, activism, and their effects. Alongside their guest callers, this will definitely make for an interesting and educational discussion.
Dr. Sharon Sullivan discusses the intersection of the arts and activism. The books she recommended during the conversation are Disposable People:New Slavery in the Global Economy and Somebody's Daughter: The Hidden Story of America's Prostituted Children and the Battle to Save Them