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Inspirational author and grief-writing instructor, Alice J. Wisler, invites you to A Wedding Invitation! In her fourth novel set in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Alice draws from her months in a refugee camp as an English teacher in the Philippines. She lets her key characters find each other after many years, but only after Samantha ends up at the wrong wedding. Humor, romance, forgiveness, and sorrow are captured within the pages of this Southern novel. Sit back and listen to Alice read portions from A Wedding Invitation.
Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! when award winning authors Alice Wisler and Donn Taylor return to chat about their new books and testimonies.
Alice J. Wisler was born and raised in Japan as a missionary kid. She is the author of Getting Out of Bed in the Morning, and five novels. Rain Song and How Sweet It Is were Christy finalists. Ever since the cancer death of her four-year-old son Daniel in 1997, she has found solace in writing from heartache and teaches “Writing the Heartache” workshops across the country. She lives in Durham, NC with her husband and children where they have a wood carving business, Carved By Heart. Her latest book is published by Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolina’s and is titled, Under the Silk Hibiscus. Visit her website at www.alicewisler.com.
Donn Taylor led an Infantry rifle platoon in the Korean War, served with Army aviation in Vietnam, and worked with air reconnaissance in Europe and Asia. Afterwards, he completed a PhD at The University of Texas and taught English literature at two liberal arts colleges. Now retired from college teaching, he writes suspense and mystery fiction as well as literary poetry designed for the ordinary reader. He is a frequent speaker at writers' conferences and study groups. He lives near Houston, TX, where he continues to write fiction, poetry, and essays on ethics and U.S. foreign policy. His latest book is also released through Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolina’s and is called, Lightning on a Quiet Night. Discover more about Donn at www.donntaylor.com.
Author Alice Jay Wisler born in Osaka, Japan in the sixties. Her parents were Presbyterian career missionaries. In her room, she created stories.
The desire to be a published famous author has never left her. Well, two out of three isn't bad. She's the author of Rain Song, How Sweet It Is, Hatteras Girl and A Wedding Invitation (all published by Bethany House) and Still Life in Shadows (River North/Moody). Her new devotional is Getting Out of Bed in the Morning: Reflections of Comfort in Heartache (Leafwood Publishers).
Join Host Celeste S. Duckworth with guest Alice Jay Wisler discuss her work and her new devotional, "Getting Out of Bed in the Morning!"
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Anatomy, identity, intersex. Medical historian/ethicist Alice Dreger (Northwestern) and Kelly Hills discuss Dreger's new book, Galileo's Middle Finger: Heretics, Activists, and
the Search for Justice in Science.
Feb 25, 2015 on SRWM Dr. Alice Millsap
Disinherited! Daddy How Could You?: A Journey from Rejection-Denial-Spousal Abuse-Dysfunctional Family to Healing & Restoration by Dr. Alice M. Millsap Disinherited! Daddy How Could You?: A Journey from Rejection-Denial-Spousal Abuse-Dysfunctional Family to Healing & Restoration by Dr. Alice M. Millsap
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we will find out how it is to look like and perform as rock legend alice cooper with mr. scott rowe alice cooper tribute artist
The Sharvette Mitchell Radio Show | www.Sharvette.com | Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. EST
First segment | Dr. Alice Millsap
Author | Certified Christian Counselor & Temperament Therapy | Minister | Dr. Alice M. Millsap is the owner of ASAP Counseling Services in Missouri City, Texas. Dr. Millsap joins the show to discuss her upcoming 2015 Autobiography release entitled: “Disinherited! Daddy How Could You?” Dr. Millsap shares bits and pieces of her life in this candid book as she embraces her journey to healing and restoration after living and being exposed to severe hardship in a dysfunctional family. After being disinherited by her father, what she thought was a journal to help her through the process, became “Disinherited! Daddy, How Could You?” So many daughters are living with baggage of rejection and carrying that baggage into other relationships.http://about.me/DrAliceMillsap
Second segment | Joshua Armah A.K.A. J Armah The Boss
J Armah is a Business Consultant, Author and Motivational Speaker. To date, Joshua has owned and operated 3 companies in a c level executive position. He has worked with Inc 5000 and Fortune 500 companies. He has consulted for over 100 brands. He has also generated over 1.5 million in revenue for various clients combined. He promotes the motto “Success Over Everything” in which he inspires many through motivational speaking. http://www.jarmahtheboss.com/
Nicolas has been editing for 20 years, mostly in the UK and France.Machination, the first film Nicolas edited prior to film school was nominated for a BAFTA Award in 1995. Until after film school, he edited over 20 award winning short films including Andrea Arnold’s Academy Award winning Wasp in 2005, which also won over 36 other prizes including The Sundance Special Jury Prize.Nicolas has collaborated closely with Andrea Arnold on features that have collectively won the Cannes Jury Prize, Best Newcomer BAFTA and five BAFTA Scotland awards in 2006 (Red Road), the Cannes Jury Prize and a Best British Film BAFTA in 2009 (Fish Tank) and the Golden Osella Award in Venice 2011 (Wuthering Heights). Other credits include academy award winner Kevin McDonald’s feature documentary My Enemy’s Enemy, The Crimson Wing (the inaugurating wildlife feature film from label Disney Nature, helmed by Matthew Aeberhard and Leander Ward) and All Good Children with director Alicia Duffy (Director’s Fortnight, Cannes 2010). Most recently Nicolas has worked with Working Title and Studio Canal on academy award nominee Hossain Amini’s directorial debut – The Two Faces of January after completing one of the four Cultural Olympiad films, The Odyssey, directed by BAFTA award winner Asif Kapadia (The Warrior, Senna). He also edited Still Alice and is currently working with French artist Philippe Parreno.In his spare time, he is still actively involved with the NFTS, lecturing and teaching editors to help improve their skills, as well as having lectured for the following institutions : Script Factory, London Film School, Channel Four, Norway Film Institute, BAFTA and The British Council. You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Come, sit within the sacred circle with Spiritual Coach, Cinnamon Moon, Author of A Medicine Woman Speaks. Tonight's guest is Alice McCall, Healer and Author of Wellness Wisdom. Alice is a Spiritual Growth Educator and Cellular Level Healing Facilitator. She works at the cellular level to achieve transformation in health and emotional issues as well as unwanted life patterns. We live in a time of transition, of raised awareness and heightened senses all flowing within the shifting dimensional energies so prevalent in life today. For further study, visit: www.spiritlodge.info to utilize resources and services available.
As lesbians, the way we conceive, typically, is through donor conception, and donor conception is whole new paradigm for most of us. There are many intricacies, details and lots of new information to learn. How do sperm banks work? How selective are they with the guys that may be the future biological father of your child? What kind of background study do they do on these guys? How extensively do they test for disease or genetic conditions? How many biological siblings might your child have out in the world? How do they handle future contact with the donor? How do you talk to your child about donor conception? What are the chances your child is going to want to contact their donor? Alice Ruby, executive director The Sperm Bank of California (TSBC) is on the show to answer these questions and more. TSBC was the first sperm bank in the country to serve lesbians and other unmarried women. As the only non-profit sperm bank in the country, TSBC does immense amounts of research the outcomes and implications of donor conception for parents, donor-conceived individuals, and donors. TSBC offers tons of resources on their site for lesbian parents looking to conceive. Find out why TSBC may be a great option for your choice in sperm banks.
Find out more about The Sperm Bank of California at https://www.thespermbankofca.org/.
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Each month, we take a break from having a special guest to have a "round-table discussion" with Alice, Andy, Joe and David to discuss the latest industry developments and that is what this broadcast is about. For example, there are some updates related to the upcoming TRID implementation that we are hearing that are coming out of the MBA's Tech Conference that we will be discussing. Also, we will be discussing important feedback on recent broadcasts.
Created BY mortgage professional FOR mortgage professionals, Lykken on Lending is a weekly 60-minute radio program hosted by mortgage veteran, David Lykken. Joining the program each week is Joe Farr with a MARKET UPDATE, Alice Alvey providing a LEGISLATIVE UPDATE, Paul Muolo of IMFnews.com giving a quick MTG NEWS HEADLINES update, Andy Schell (a/k/a "The Profit Doctor") providing tips on FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT and Tony Garritano providing a TECHNOLOGY UPDATE. This is followed by the HOT TOPIC segment, which is an in depth discussion about one of the hottest topics related to the mortgage industry.
"THE BLACK LOGGERS OF WALLOWA COUNTY, OR"
In 1923, the Bowman-Hicks Lumber Company of Missouri built Maxville, a logging camp in Wallowa County, Oregon and brought 40-60 African American loggers as part of the labor pool. This project uses genealogy research methods to reconstruct the social history of these workers.
Dr. Pearl Alice Marsh (Ph.D.) is a retired foreign policy expert and now spends all of her time doing genealogy and historical community research. She currently is working on her father's memoir and assisting other descendants of the original loggers to find their roots. She is an active member of the Wallowa (Oregon) Historical Society and the African American Genealogical Society of Northern California.