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Today's show features Ace Hardware's Kirsten Pellicer. Kirsten shares:
1. Tell us about your self and where are you from originally?
2. Why does your community love Ace?
3. What is the greatest life lesson learned in transitioning ownership from your parents to you?
4. Tell us about A Women's Work organization and your changed perspective
5. Share the advice that Condoleeza Rice gave at the Ace Hardware convention
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Ace Hardware features some of greatest community leaders and citizens. Join Rick Tocquigny as he interviews Mike Frattallone who oversees 20 Ace Hardwares in Minnesota.
1. Why does your community love Ace?
2. What is the greatest life lesson learned by leading 20 Ace Hardwares?
3. Share a legendary story about your Ace Hardware Stores.
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Kevin Harvey discusses his new book and the current state of American pop culture.
Discover what Superman and The Real Housewives have in common with the Bible in the new book, All You Want to Know About the Bible in Pop Culture: Finding Our Creator In Superheroes, Prince Charming, and Other Modern Marvels - Available March 24th from publishing giant Thomas Nelson.
Author Kevin Harvey’s new book is a casual and engaging resource that includes Bible-based facts and trivia questions, and examples of biblical messages from current TV shows, films, and pop songs while revealing places where readers may be surprised to find redeeming values and gospel messages in today’s movies, music, popular TV shows, and much more. For more information, view the full press release here: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/03/prweb12563104.htm
Life Lessons welcomes one of the lead actors from Left Behind, Alec Rayme. This show is presented by www.gracefully-yours.com, America's favorite inspirational greeting card and journal company. Visit www.shop.gracefully-yours.com for special promotions.
Born Ali Alherimi in Akron, Ohio, on December 20th, 1978, Alec Rayme was raised mostly in Florida. He was very athletic spending most of his younger days playing sports. After high school he went on to play college football at USM and then Pro Arena football in Florida. After a short lived football career he hit the road in search of something new. He got approached by an agent while working for his father’s store, with nothing to lose he gave it a shot. The first audition he was sent on he booked as Batman in the Batman Stunt Spectacular at Six Flags New Orleans. He had always been into anything that had to do with art, but this very much got his foot into the entertainment industry. From there he fell into stunts and would usually book stunt acting roles. After almost 10 years of stunts he decided that it was enough for him and started to focus mainly on acting. After booking a couple big roles he knew he had made the right decision. He now acts full time as well as owns a food truck called "The Holy Grill" He has never been married and has no children. He hopes to continue to act and also will be making his directing debut. Recent films "Left Behind" and "Lets Be Cops" both will be released in 2014.
The winter months brings many wonderful things – cold snowy nights, hot spiced cider and a good book read in front of the fire. However, these winter favorites can also act as triggers for a common, chronic skin condition called rosacea, characterized by bumps, pimples and redness on the face. These symptoms often cause sufferers stress and frustration. Dermatologist, Dr. Linda Stein Gold shares the latest news, tips and tricks the estimated 16 million Americans living with rosacea can consider to keep their condition from flaring up this winter and all year long.
- Common triggers for rosacea and the surprising solutions
o People with rosacea may be shocked at how many rosacea triggers exist in their immediate environment including cold wind, hot drinks, spicy foods and Demodex mites, which are normal inhabitants of everyone’s skin, but may act as a trigger in rosacea sufferers.
- How to avoid rosacea flare-ups
- A newly available prescription treatment that is causing major buzz in the medical community, and how it can help rosacea sufferers
Linda Stein Gold, M.D., Detroit, Mich., Galderma consultant and clinical investigator for the phase 3 studies of Soolantra® (ivermectin) Cream, 1% is available for interviews. She is a member of the American Academy of Dermatology,
The average person produces over 4 pounds of trash every day, and about 1.5 tons of solid waste each year. While some 75% of it is recyclable, we only follow through on about 30 percent.*
So, now that it’s time to do that spring cleaning, our guest says it is the perfect time to go room by room and see what we can “upcycle”. Better still, she’s got advice on how to get the kids involved.
Green living expert and author Sara Snow joins us now.
Good Morning, Sara!
1. Sara, let’s start with the room we spend most of our time in, the kitchen. What can we be recycling there that we may not be doing already?
2. It’s tough to get kids to part with their toys, even when they’re broken, but now there’s a way to recycle them and get our kids excited about helping the planet at the same time, right?
3. What about the living/ family room? What kinds of items can be reused from there?
4. Sara, what about the electronics in our house? When they break or we don’t need them any more we can recycle those as well, can’t we?
5. Where can we get more information?
Life Lessons is honored to have on Hector Villarreal to share his lessons from being a VETERAN.
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As 'religion' becomes more and more the subject of culture's ire, isn't it more imperative than ever that we understand why we believe what we believe? That we can communicate clearly the difference between our faith and others? Isn't it crucial that, as culture either condemns or redefines faith ("aren't we all worshipping the same God? can't we all just 'coexist'?") or we're seduced into its ambiguous, PC, neutered 'spirituality', we're 100% clear on what sets Christ apart from Buddha or Mohammed? Because now, more than ever, we're being called on to defend what we believe. To explain it. To apologize for it.
The next generation is walking into a vastly different world than those that entered adulthood even 10 years ago. It's a darker world that will require more courage and confidence than ever before for the Christ-follower.
All of that said, Dr. Jonathan Morrow's ministry (ThinkChristianly.org, as well as Impact 360 in Atlanta, GA) and new book, 'Questioning the Bible', provide answers to culture's most common criticisms and questions about the Bible and our faith. Their historical authenticity and scriptural authority. Their relevance in our post-modern, post-Christian culture.
More on Dr. Morrow: http://www.thinkchristianly.org/about/
Would love to connect you with him to talk it through this spring as young adults and their parents prepare for graduation and new surroundings, new friends ... a new reality where, for the first time, the Bible isn't the answer, but the QUESTION.
EACH YEAR WHEN WE “SPRING FORWARD” TO DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME, A LOT OF US LOSE THAT PRECIOUS HOUR OF SLEEP.
BUT FOR SOME, EXCESSIVE DAYTIME SLEEPINESS CAN BE A SIGN OF A SERIOUS NEUROLOGICAL DISORDER CALLED NARCOLEPSY. AN ESTIMATED ONE IN EVERY TWO-THOUSAND PEOPLE IN THE U.S. HAS THE CONDITION, INCLUDING OUR GUEST.
PROFESSIONAL GOLFER NICOLE JERAY JOINS US NOW TO DISCUSS WHAT IT’S LIKE TO LIVE WITH AND MANAGE THIS CONDITION.
WHAT EXACTLY IS NARCOLEPSY?
WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF NARCOLEPSY AND WHICH ONES DID YOU EXPERIENCE?
HOW DID YOU EVENTUALLY GET DIAGNOSED?
WHAT HAS CHANGED NOW THAT YOU KNOW YOU HAVE NARCOLEPSY?
WHAT ADVICE DO YOU HAVE FOR THOSE WHO MAY BE EXPERIENCING SIMILAR SYMPTOMS? / WHERE CAN WE LEARN MORE ABOUT NARCOLEPSY?
Nicole Jeray is a professional golfer, playing on the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) tour since 1994. An Illinois native, she attended Northern Illinois University (NIU), where she won eight titles while playing collegiate golf and the MVP award from 1989 – 1992. Nicole started playing golf at the age of 11, and in 1998 was the youngest person ever inducted into the NIU University Hall of Fame.
Nicole first started to experience narcolepsy-related symptoms in college. She struggled to stay awake during daytime hours and would fall asleep even while exercising. Nicole was diagnosed with narcolepsy in 1996 after a five-year journey of visiting doctors. She ultimately achieved her diagnosis after undergoing a sleep test.