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Revival has broke out here on Moments with the Minister. Bring your Bibles and Turn to Hebrews 11! We must come to an understanding that Faith is not used to receive cars, houses, and material things; but we have assignments attached to our Faith that must be birthed and come to pass.
Join us each Wednesday Late Night for Bible Study, here on Moments with the Minister Radio Broadcast. No frills, no fluff, just pure Word! Its time to get it right and keep it right! Invite a friend, share on your social networks, and lets do a great work for the Lord!
Mark Kimmel will join us briefly to finish up a couple of concepts, then we will continue our discussions about relating to our new found Extraterrestrial friends. We will review some of the topics and "homework" (inner work) assignments from the last couple of programs, and will be soliciting your thoughts and insights as you contemplated these concepts over the past couple of weeks. Put the call-in number in your speed dial, we will be asking lots of questions. Here are some questions for you to be ready to answer this week.
What insights did you gain as you contemplated YOUR place and YOUR mission on this planet at this time, and what might be YOUR future?
What did you notice different about the times you were "In the Flow", and when you were fighting everything?
What ways have you thought of to help get humanity ready for open contact with our galactic neighbors?
How can you make it safer for them to come out openly among us?
Can you now recognize when fear is being used to manipulate you and others?
What is Love? Can YOU use Love to transcend fear?
How will our world transition into a higher dimensional way of being, and how can YOU help with that process?
Don’s website: www.EvolutionThroughContact.com
On Today’s episode The Cinema Geeks ….. React to the latest Doctor Strange casting rumors, discuss plans for the next Transformers movie, give you our thoughts on Maggie and Tomorrowland as well as react to our homework assignments of Short Term 12 and the Book Thief and in the main attraction we give you an ...
Warrior Talk Radio with GI Jenn & Lance Taylor is excited to welcome back Robert Lewis (SF Veteran/Author/Radio Personality) and welcome Ivan Castro (SF Veteran/Special Operators Challenge).
Robert was selected as an 18 Delta, Special Forces Medic (one of the most coveted jobs in all of Special Operations), he spent two additional years at Ft. Bragg training to be a Green Beret. After graduation from the Special Forces Qualification Course (SFQC) he was assigned to 1st Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) in Stuttgart, Germany.
While assigned to B/1/10 he was an operator on Operational Detachment-Alpha (ODA) 022 and was deployed to Iraq, Africa, and Afghanistan, amongst numerous other training deployments around the US and Europe.
He was assigned to 3rd Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) located in Colorado. He was immediately deployed to Iraq after his arrival, and left active duty shortly after his return from Iraq in 2009. At the end of his time in the Army his medals included the Purple Heart, Bronze Star, NATO
Ivan Castro enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1988. His past assignments include the 101st Airborne Division, 101st Pathfinder Detachment, Fort Campbell, KY; 5th Corp Long Range Surveillance Company, Darmstadt, Germany; 3rd Ranger Battalion, Drill Sergeant, Fort Benning, Ga.; 82ndAirborne Division, 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne), Special Operations Recruiting Battalion, United States Army Special Operations Command, FT Bragg, NC.
Ivan has served in Op Desert Shield/ Desert Storm, Deployments to Bosnia, Albania, and Kosovo, Multiple Deployments to South and Central America, OEF, OIF.
Ivan Castro was injured while serving as a First Lieutenant with the 82nd Airborne Division during Operation Iraqi Freedom, September 2, 2006.
Guest Call In Number 646-595-3504
0:00 - 11:30 Raheem Sterling and Aidy Ward vs. Liverpool FC.
11:30 - 12:15 Why you should never say "steady" to anyone.
12:15 - 16:00 EPL "Championship Sunday" on NBC.
16:00 - 19:30 Cristiano Ronaldo's Facebook presence and why Adam Smith is not to blame for the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
19:30 - 34:00 Listener questions: Wanderers, confetti, Sacramento Republic FC.
34:00 - end TSS Scouting Network assignments.
in Self Help
Tonight's special guest is Paul Rieker from Temecula, California, an abuse survivor who's doing a study of PTSD. He's seeking the mechanism by which we can take control of our emotional assignments to the past. Re-arranging the priority of our dreams appears to be the key to placing joy and optimism where there was once anger and fear, and to replace our dwelling on the past. A troubled childhood included a severe beating by his father at 6 years old. Paul relates, "He was screaming, "I wish you were never born." This event created many problems for me in my life, into adulthood. It caused an "ADHD" symptom." Paul says, "We hear from therapists, that psychological development is damaged with trauma. This is true. In many ways, I stopped my development." He goes on, "In therapy, this situation came open. Dan Roden, who introduced me to the process which I am now terming "Abreaction, Desensitization and Emotional Reframing, changed the memory of this trauma." Paul continues, "I spent 12 hours, in trance therapy. Within the 12 hours of that 2 weeks, I was healed of my multiple emotional fixations which where the underlying cause of my suicidal fixation." Eventually he became certified as a Clinical Hypnotherapist, of American Council of Hypnotist Examiners, and now provides therapy for all types of trauma. Paul believes the model of 1 hour of therapy per week, per the Insurance Payment Plans, is insufficient and not the best process for healing. It's his opinion that therapy should be 2-3 hour sessions, with 4 or 5 sessions occurring within 30 days, so the problems are solved. In his experience a reduction of PTSD symptoms by 50% is possible in 30 days, with 5-20 hours therapy.
Dr. Katie Eastman is a Transition Life Coach and Licensed Psychotherapist who supports people before during and after serious loss to rediscover their feelings of love and peace and redefine their pain as purpose.
One of her first assignments as a medical social worker was to support a high school senior who had been told he was dying and that the cancer he so valiantly fought was going to end his life. This encounter forever changed the way Dr. Katie Eastman has worked for almost thirty years. Jason DeBusk was a football star, a scholar, popular, intelligent and a compassionate young man. He had everything and he had cancer. Katie helped him, his family, his team and the community that grew to support him deal with the impact of his life and death. She made a promise that she would share his story and that of the involvement of his community. Jason was an old soul, wise beyond his years. He was a leader with a contagious universal loving nature and 26 years later he is remembered by classmates as someone who made a difference in their lives.
Dr. Eastman formed a charity in Jason's name in Maine where she supported dying children and their families. It was through this transformative work she learned the power of grief as a catalyst to discovering purpose. Now in WA state, she brings spiritual tools acquired from her work with Jason and other dying children and teens to her clients off all ages as a Transition Life Coach and psychotherapist. Currently, her charity Children's Palliative Care Community. CPCC, provides gas and food cards to families with severely ill children. Continuing to support the needs of these children, Dr. Eastman is beginning to implement a unique volunteer program that works with teens providing services to these same families. She is also a co-producing a feature film about the life of Jason and her book, "Connect Now" will be available in 2016.
the revolution of the mind continues...
Amazon recently declared that children's toys will no longer be separated by gender. No more trucks for boys or dolls for girls... Everyone plays with everything.
Which led us into a debate...
Are gender role assignments crucial to mental health and stability... Especially in communities of color?
Are gender "roles" even fair? Shouldn't everyone assume whatever "role" they must to ensure life liberty and happiness? Or are these "roles" the very glue that binds our society?
On the newest episode of the Total Soccer Show,
0:00-1:36 : Jozy's Hammies
1:36-6:53 : US U-20s Defeat Australia
6:53-31:39 : Listener questions and corrections, featuring Beyonce, aggregate scorelines, and the Qatar World Cup.
31:39-37:00 : Scouting Reports
37:00-Close : New scouting assignments issued
Col. Edwin C. Roessler Jr. is a 26-year veteran of law enforcement, Roessler has served as deputy chief of patrol since 2010, managing crime fighting efforts across eight district stations in addition to managing the Animal Services Division. Serving as deputy chief, he has managed police emergency responses to a variety of natural disasters and tactical operational events, deployed personnel to the recent Presidential Inauguration and managed patrol assets committed to solving several multijurisdictional crimes. Roessler also directs strategic planning initiatives for the department to ensure a high standard of service delivery as future infrastructure growth is planned in many communities throughout Fairfax County.
Roessler began his law enforcement career with the New York City Department of Investigation before joining the Fairfax County Police Department as a patrol officer. He has served in every rank up to and including deputy chief. Prior senior command assignments have included the Internal Affairs Bureau, director of the Criminal Justice Academy, managing the department’s budget and human resources and leading a Patrol Bureau division that included the Animal Services Division, the Crime Analysis Unit and the construction of the Sully District Station. In addition to these command assignments, he led efforts that created the Incident Support Services program.
Joining Chief Roessler is Ms. Shirley Ginwright who was elected president of the Fairfax County Branch of the NAACP in 2012 with a pledge to increase membership, membership participation, civic engagement, and community involvement which is exactly what Open Talk is all about.
On May 20, my guest will be Chris Moschovitis, the CEO of TMG-eMedia. Chris studied Physics, Computer Science, and Mathematics, receiving his Bachelors of Science degree from The College at Brockport. His follow-up graduate studies at the University of Rochester, and New York University include advanced courses in technology, management, and education. In 1985 Chris was appointed Director of Academic Computing at Pratt Institute, and in 1987 he was recruited by the O’Connor Group for the position of Vice President of Information Technology. In heChris started his own company — the Technology Management Group. (“TMG” ) — focused on providing independent technology management expertise and outsourcing services. TMG further expanded its Internet offerings in 2004 by investing in emedia – a prominent, award winning, and internationally acclaimed interactive agency, forming TMG-eMedia, one of the premier independent consulting firms in the country. Over his career at TMG Chris has personally led a wide array of projects including: Due Diligence, Business Transformation, and Strategic Consulting assignments; Framework implementations (e.g. Balanced Scorecard, BCG, COBIT, ITIL, etc.); Content and Document Management (ECM/WCM) initiatives; ERP and CRM assessments, and rollouts ; Systems Architecture design and Cyber Security audits. Chris is co-author of the critically acclaimed “History of the Internet: 1843 to the Present” as well as a contributor to the “Encyclopedia of Computers and Computer History” and the “Encyclopedia of New Media.” In addition heis a member of several industry organizations (e.g. ISACA, IEEE, AMA) frequently writes articles, and is a sought after public speaker.
0:00 - 2:00 - That Champions League Heineken ad
02:00 - 11:40 - Steven Gerrard's final Anfield appearance for Liverpool FC
11:40 - 18:00 - Leo Messi's goal that won La Liga for Bacelona , and quick discussion of Carlo Ancelotti at Real Madrid.
18:00 - 26:40 - Review US Women's National Team's win over Mexico in the penultimate game before the Women's World Cup begins, including a discussion of Sydney Leroux's impact.
26:40 - end - Total Soccer Show scouting assignments