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Join host Jason Linton & Robert Cottrell as we discuss "The Crash" that almost killed us....We are not referring to crashing physically, but crashing emotionally, spiritually, financially or mentally.........As men, our pride, our ignorance, our immaturity and our insecurities, often position us for a "crash" that will make us bitter or better......Tonight we will discuss how men not only survive the crash, but actually excel from the crash.
Ladies & Gentlemen, you do not want to miss this broadcast....Set a reminder on your phone....Invite a friend....And get ready to hear the hearts of men and how these crashes can affect our relationships..
Alcoholism is a family disease, a deadly one that cannot be fought by the substance abuser alone. That said, it is always an uphill battle. Those close to the alcoholic suffer tremendously. Logic does not work when dealing with addicts, nor does pleading or crying. We cannot force them to get help. We can only love and support them, give them every reason to want sobriety for themselves, and then pray that they will choose survival.
Today's special guest, Alberta Sequeira has lived this nightmare and fought this battle twice; first with her husband, and then with her daughter. Tragically, both of these battles were lost. Her husband and daughter both succumbed to their diseases. In the hopes that other families suffering similar addictions will recognize the problem, come out of hiding, and seek help without fear or embarrassment, Alberta has shared her story. She has written two hearfelt memoirs; Someone Stop This Merry-Go-Round: An Alcoholic Family in Crisis, and Please, God, Not Two: This Killer Called Alcoholism.
Alberta Sequeira is a writer, four-time award winning author, motivational speaker, and director/producer/co-host of a Massachusetts Cable TV show. She also teaches workshops for writers. Today she will tell her story, sharing hope and inspiration to all.
To learn more about Alberta Sequeira and her books, please visit http://www.albertasequeira.org
Psalm 73 shares with us regarding the tragedy of the wicked and the Blessedness of Trusting in God. This morning we are talking from the topic, I Almost Lost It. Have you ever been so focused on what others had and were doing that you lost focus on what God was doing for you? I can admit that I have. Not knowing who I was and what He intended for me - I almost lost it. My faith was wavering, doubt was overriding and nothing was getting done. Father is saying this morning, don't give up - He's working on your behalf and desires that you just TRUST HIM!
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The end of the long, dull, maddening grind that Kings fans everywhere refer to as "the regular season" is thankfully almost here. With four games left to play in just six days, the Kings have a chance to finish as high as 2nd in the Pacific division (giving them home ice in the first round of the playoffs) or as low as, uh, not in the playoffs at all. That's weird, right? We'll discuss it with our guest Mike (@mikeFAIL) of Matchsticks & Gasoline, SBN's blog for the Calgary Flames. The Kings & Flames will play Thursday with Los Angeles looking to leapfrog them in the standings, so hopefully tonight's episode will not devolve into mindless shouting. Also, we'll probably pause to spit on the grave o-uh, I mean eulogize the 2014-15 San Jose Sharks. Fun times!
NBA playoffs-1st round
Warriors sweep Pelicans 3-0
Rockets up on Mavericks 3-1
Clippers, Spurs, tied at 2
Memphis up on Blazers 3-1
Hawks up on Nets 2-1
Cavaliers sweep Celtics 4-0
Bulls up on Bucks 3-1
Wizards sweep Raptors 4-0
MY actions if I were the 'Skins' GM
Today we will be touching on the winners of the Daytime Emmys plus we cover the latest in storylines in daytime and casting news!
For the sake of brevity, let's just get into it shall we? Join the "Uncanny" Daryll B., Dburt and Capt, Kirk for another raucous episode of The Grindhouse (Comic Shoppe segment at 6pm, Afronerd Radio at 7pm) courtesy of the Afronerd Radio machine. For the 6pm Comic Shoppe segment, the the pop culture puzzles slated to be deciphered are: our thoughts of a classic X-man "coming out" in the latest All New X-Men comic; Jared Leto tweets out a pic of his interpretation of the Joker; Native American actors walk out during the filming of a new Adam Sandler Netflix project over charges of racism; Dr. Strange's Benedict Cumberbatch might appear in Netflix's upcoming Iron Fist; a New Republic piece ponders why Batman outpaces Superman in American popularity; Franz Drameh (Attack the Block) joins the Arrow/Flash spinoff as of yet unknown character. Lastly, Daredevil's Drew Goddard reportedly wants to bring the Savage Land to the MCU.
At 7pm, join Capt. Kirk and Dburt for the latest edition of Afronerd Radio. The issues to be cooked on the barbecue grill this week are: legendary jazz trumpeter, Hugh Masekela refuses to take photos with weave wearers; comedian, Chris Rock laments the decline of Black players in MLB; White teachers spark controversy by holding up "Black Lives Matter" signs in St. Louis; decathlon legend, Bruce Jenner proclaims his transgender status to the world; Dr. Cornel West responds to former colleague, Dr. Michael Eric Dyson via facebook (and public intellectual rap battles are not ahistorical) and lastly, Creflo Dollar channels Leslie Gore by affirming that "he can have plane if he wants to" ( yawn). Call live at 646-915-9620.
Robert Kopecky, author of How to Survive Life (and Death), A Guide to Happiness in This World and Beyond, recently released by Conari Press/Weiser Books (and gratefully well-received!) It's a serious, but fun book from someone with unusual qualifications.The book is based on my three very compelling, and distinctively different Near Death Experiences, and what I learned about life from each of them. My emphasis isn't on scenarios of the afterlife, but on the nature and meaning of each of the three experiences; not about what heaven looks like, but about how to make this life look a bit more heavenly
David Denkenberger,is a research associate at the Global Catastrophic Risk Institute. My book is called "Feeding Everyone No Matter What" and presents alternate food supplies if agriculture is disrupted by events like abrupt climate change or nuclear winter. Solutions range from the conventional (e.g. growing mushrooms on dead trees) to the exotic (e.g. eating bacteria grown in natural gas).
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