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  • Walk Your Talk With LeAnne and April! The Donaldson Institute Let's Adopt Reform

    in Self Help

    LeAnne Parsons is The Walk Your Talk Coach, as well as the CEO of Legacy Now Lived™. As a Coach, National Speaker, Radio Host, and Conscious Adoption Advocate™, LeAnne has given her life to the service of others. LeAnne is a former Foster and Homeschool Mom, a devoted Warrior Wife, a Grandmother, Reunited Adoptee, Small business owner, and New Nester. Parsons has walked through this life, one step at a time. LeAnne understands the challenges, fears and insecurities that each one of us can face as we journey through the many seasons of life. As a Certified Life and Leadership and Relationship Restoration Coach, and Energy Leadership Master Practitioner, as well as a C.ORE Wellbeing Specialist. LeAnne boldly stands shoulder to shoulder with you as you learn to courageously let go of all the obstacles that hold you back from fully embracing the life you were created to live.

    April Dinwoodie is a nationally recognized thought leader on adoption and foster care. As Chief Executive of the Donaldson Adoption Institute (DAI), April is committed to improving laws, policies and practices through sound research, education and advocacy.  The launch of “Let’s Adopt Reform” – an initiative that aims to ignite a national conversation about adoption in the 21st Century in order to highlight what’s working, encourage needed changes and strengthen families. “Let’s Adopt Reform” will include new public opinion research, a four-city national listening tour and a digital platform to capture input and experiences directly from the community. Following the last stop on the listening tour, DAI will publish a landmark report that outlines key elements for reform.


  • 01:31

    Adopt A Homeless Person Or Family - Call 619-768-2945

    in Real Estate

    Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss a very simple, not orginal, yet stlll inovative way to help the homeless and that is to either adopt a homeless person or homeless family.

    Minister Alan Holt shall be our guest today to give us some guidance on how to do exactly just that...........adopt the homeless and do it with no government handouts.  This innovative way of giving to the community will allow people to learn how to be sustainable and never become homeless again.

  • #54: On Being a Military Family with Courtney and Korinne Reese

    in Moms and Family

    The Reese's are a military family based in Washington state.  One this episode, moms Courtney and Korinne share about being a married military couple before and after the fall of Don't Ask, Don't Tell (DADT) and the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) as well as the adoption of their daughter Aela through the fost-adopt program. 

    Follow them on Instagram at @courtreese817 and @korinnereese.


  • 01:03

    How to Adopt a Child in Another State

    in Parents

    What is the best way to find and adopt a child born in another state? Is this possible? What is the process for adopting across state lines. How to find a child to adopt? Host Dawn Davenport will interview Suzanne B. Nichols, an adoption attorney with over 25 years’ experience in private domestic adoptions and now reproductive law in the areas of surrogacy and donor eggs. She is licensed in both New York and New Jersey.

  • 01:56

    UDL: Pressing Yusuf's 2nd Shirt

    in Education

    Joseph’s First Shirt is “The Dress of The Mortal Body”

    Joseph’s Second Shirt is “The Dress of The Rational Body”

    Insha’Allah, We’ll cover the Arabic in the Blogtalk program tomorrow (8-10am Pacific Time – Universal Dimensions Of Leadership)

    Verse 21 “We may adopt him as a son”.  This continuation also alludes to the Trinitarian Model. (Rational Body; “The Sun”/Mental Aspiration”, etc.).  This is the beginning of the instruction - “Thus did we establish Joseph in the land that We might teach him the interpretation of stories (and events)” - so it’s speaking to the rational body being prepared to learn higher things.

  • 01:02

    William Wells of #BDPA KC wants you to copycat his aSTEAM Village Model.

    in Technology

    William Wells  aSTEAM Village talks about their upcoming events and the launch of the BDPA Kansas Chapter.

    The a stands for all-inclusive, apolitical and awesome

    The aSTEAM Village vision is to implement an Expanded learning strategy in before/after-school and weekend environments using STEAM curriculum program for family members in Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas City, Kansas.  Our model is designed to be easily replicated by communities around the world who we hope will adopt our model and modify it to fit their respective communities

  • 01:01

    This is I.T. (Inconvenient Truth)!!!! - Adapting to Change

    in Motivation

    “This is I.T. (Inconvenient Truth)!!!!”

    This is “IT”!!!! Change is part of life that everyone needs to learn and understand what can be done to make a smooth transition from the “Old” to the “New.”

    I have Adopted My Disease so I Adapted

    Many of you know that I have a nerve disease that seems to change with day and time. I stopped fighting the disease not to give in but instead I “Adopted” the disease so that I could “Adapt” how I live. Adopting my disease I am taking on the responsibility of raising awareness along with the ups and downs that goes with adoption. It isn’t easy adapting something that many can’t fathom, but it is on me to have the understanding and knowledge in order to continue life. To break it down think of it the same way you adopt a child. You take full responsibility in raising another life. Well my new life also had to be adopted. I am responsible in what I do to ensure I continue to live without limits. I have to nurture myself so that I know what I put in is what I get out. I am never nurturing to let it stop me from living; but I am nurturing my mind, body, and spirit as to know that I define my life and that I have the right resources within me.


    M. Styles 

  • SodaPOP Power of Prayer

    in Spirituality

    Tonight we are seeking the face of the LORD> We want to grow closer to him, and deepen our relationship with our Loving Father. We need to adopt this habit of praying without ceasing, and praying in all things The Lord had woke me up with a word, he said "My House shall be a HOUSE of PRAYER!" And so shall it be.

    Lets learn how to be better children. Let us learn how to respond to his Spirit moving and to hear his small quiet voice There is many people out there needing prayer. Go ahead and call in when we are live.

    Love WWM.

  • 01:28

    Pet Radio-The Truth About FIV+ Cats and Why You Should Adopt One

    in Pets

    FIV+ is one of the most misunderstood diseases in cats by the public and even by many veteranarians. Thousands are being needlessly euthanized and mis diagnosed.  In this show we will learn ALL the facts, the myths, and the management of this disease. Most FIV cats live very long lives without any special medical care or additional cost. 

    Our guests are Dr. Monica Rudiger, a veteranarian who has had years of experience working with FIV+ cats and operates one of the largest cat rescue shelters in California, and Frankie Kangas, Executive Director and Founder of FIV Cat Rescue in Fort Bragg, California.

    This will not be a graphic discussion of the disease, but you will learn valuable information that will dispell myths.and give these cats the same opportunity at a long and healthy life as any other cat

  • Unity, Teaching and All That Jazz

    in Spirituality

    Join Sharon Rainbow Eagle and Jim Graywolf - Spirit Twins - for a LIVE webcast on Unity and Teaching on Ciracle Radio on Sunday, 9/6 at 1 PM MST, 3 PM EST, 12 PM PST, 8 PM London and 10 PM Israel time. We will air another of the web of life series we are presenting. Come join us by clicking the picture link below at show time.

    In this time of global change, when there is so much hate between people, it is critical we develop a condition of unity within ourselves and between those in our community and world. Unity is the seventh part of our energetic being as we see it - and we will share more about this. It is the core necessity for today. How do we find unity in the midst of negativity, fear and pain? Let’s explore this question.

    As we strive for unity we need to improve and advance the teaching we do - including the concept of unity in all we teach. This is especially important with those teaching the young. How do we do this? Why? Come hear us and share your thoughts.

    This is a lot for one show, but unity affects teaching and our teachings must come from a place of unity now to create a better world. This will be a powerful show we all share.

    The talking stick is now YOURS! Come join us and share your thoughts - or decide to just listen. Hit the link below just before show time.

    We invite listeners to come and participate in the discussion and the sharing of knowledge. And we thank all our listeners for truly “being” the shows we air. Join us!

    ~ Join the conversation on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/203808423067354/

    ~ adopt a month of Ciracle Radio and support the ripples by donating $39 to www.sotem.org.

    ~ Ciracle Radio is a member of the Sanctuaries of the Earth Mother family.

  • 02:00

    Decline doesn't describe America today. Blooming disaster seems to come closer

    in Politics Conservative

    Still think another round of elections can straighten out the mountain of messes that are piling up?


    It appears two cops have been murdered in Texas. Another gunned down in Illinois. 

    At the same time, self-proclaimed activists are calling for police to "fry like bacon." 


    There are indications cops on the street are getting jumpy, some to the point of being very sloppy. 


    In Washington state, some university professors tried to ban words they deemed 'hate speech."  

    "Male" and "female" were among the words they wanted to ban.

    The Left is giving itself an ulcer frettting about a court clerk in Kentucky who refuses to issue marriage licenses to gay couples. She's a government employee, and she has to follow the law, the Lefties say.

    Have these advocates for "following the law" chimed in on Obama's selective enforcement of immigration law, or on Hillary Clinton's improper use of private email? Or how about the president's recent unilateral undoing century old legislation that named a mountain in Alaska?

    Seems to us, the progressives in DC have set the standard for picking and choosing which laws matter. 

    How come progressives are getting bent out of shape when local officials adopt the same sort of practice and mindset?