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  • 02:31

    The Knowledge Show Live Featuring Kate Stephens and Jeff Rasley

    in Radio

    Topic 1: Birthday Shout Outs and Announcements

    Topic 2: How to Finish College Early, Save Thousands, and Graduate Almost Debt Free. Find out at 645p-720p, when Kate Stephens joins us on the show. Call in and join the conversation.

    Topic 3: At 745p, Jeff Rasley, Author of Godless, will be our guest to share what he has learned about peacful living in the Himalayas. Join the Conversation.

    Topic 4: Journey Through the Bible with Malik. We will continue our journey with Exodus 29-31.

    Topic 5: Ask Malik

    Topic 6: Final Thought

    Reminder: Email your dreams to Knowledgeshow@yahoo.com for Diane Brandon, the Dream Interpreter. Premiering in March 2016.

    Thought for the Day/Week: There is a difference between belief in fighting and fighting for belief.

  • 00:44

    Talking with author Jeff Rasley Godless Living a Valuable Life beyond Beliefs

    in Lifestyle

    Jeff Rasley had a successful law practice for 30 years, made profitable investments, and so left law for more satisfying endeavors at the age of 55.  I am the president of one foundation and serve on the board of 5 nonprofit corporations.  In addition to 40+ articles, I've written eight books, six nonfiction and two fiction.  The most recent was published Nov 11, 2014, GODLESS -- Living a Valuable Life Beyond Beliefs at http://www.amazon.com/dp/069232481X.  It advocates replacing religious doctrines and political ideologies with pragmatic humanistic values. 


    The major claim of the book is "Beliefs divide us; values unite us." It makes the case that religious extremism and political gridlock can be defeated with pragmatic decision-making guided by shared values.  It also argues that our own lives are more valuable when we recognize our own and others' common humanity and then guide our life decisions by positive values.  Finding our own unique equilibrium of taking care of ourselves and sharing our time and talents is encouraged, rather than trying to follow religious doctrines or political ideologies. The book straddles memoir, philosophy-theology, social science, and advice/self-help.  Wisdom gained from the Rai people of Basa Nepal, Quaker values, and the American philosophy of classical Pragmatism are interwoven (probably a first in English literature). 



  • 00:31

    Talking with author and Philanthropist Jeff Rasley

    in Lifestyle

    Today's guest is Jeff Rasley a successful lawyer for 30 years, he made profitable investments, and so left law for more satisfying nonprofit endeavors at the age of 55. He's the president of one foundation and serve on the board of 5 nonprofit corporations.  The post-retirement nonprofit effort which has been most meaningful to me is the Basa Village Foundation.  It has finished a school with five grades, built a hydroelectric system, provided computers and educational materials for the school, smokeless stoves for all the homes in the village, toilets for the school, a temporary medical clinic, and we have started working on a clean water system.  Basa Village is a beautiful little village in the Himalayan Mountains inhabited by the Rai people with their own unique culture.  Prior to 2007 the villagers lived similar to the way people lived during the Middle Ages with no running water, electricity, toilet system or stoves.  In Basa there are no vehicles with wheels, not even wheel barrows or bicycles. 

    Early in life Jeff, was an avid adventure traveler.  In his 20s and 30s he had several adventure travel articles published about scuba diving and motorcycle trips.  When he turned 40, at the suggestion of his wife to help resolve a "mid-life crisis", he hiked the Mt. Everest Base Camp Trail for the first time.  He then took up Himalayan Mountaineering and solo sea-kayaking and wrote several articles about those experiences.  

    Since leaving the law Jeff  devoted much time to passing on to others what wisdom he's gained through combining financial success with adventure travel and philanthropy. 

  • 00:38

    Da Spotlight with Jeff Wilson & Special Guest Model Gwen Rodgers

    in Entertainment

    Call in and chat with Gwen Rogers @ 646-716-4096 
    *Join me Jeff Gatsby Wilson on Friday February 5th at 6:30pm EST as I launch my new Blog Talk Radio Show "Da Spotlight" .

    Its all about meeting and interviewing the beautiful people who entertain & amuse us. This week my Guest will be Gwen Rogers of Washington,DC. On future shows our guest will include Business People, Singers, Dancers,Models, Actors, Music, Television and Film Industry Professionals and much more. ?#‎WBMediaGroup? ?#‎TeamGatsby? ?#‎ShareThis? ?#‎TweetsThis?

  • 00:31

    Philanthro-Trekking, Jeff Rasley & what it takes to live a meaningful life

    in Self Help

    Keilayn Greenwood talks with Philontropist & Aurthor Jeff Rasley about Philanthro-Trekking,  ;To learn more about Jeff or how he can help you  please contact him here:;


  • Klarque Garrison of "Survive 365"

    in Books

    Mr. 365, D. Klarque Garrison, host of the blog, Survive 365, and the blog talk radio show, Survive 365: The Conversation of Survive 365 discusses his book, How to Survive the Next 365 | Your Lifeline to a Better Life.

  • Author, Miranda Parker

    in Books

    Author of The Evangeline Hunter Bounty Series, Miranda Parker, discusses her novel, "A Good Excuse to Be Bad".

  • 00:31

    Fear Not comes back to Author Talk

    in Books

    Derrick Good man is more than just the average seventeen year old junior of Seneca Bay High school who graces the football field and aims for gold on the honor roll. He's also been handpicked by God. Which means, sometimes, there will be tests that may not line up with his faith. When Derrick is placed in the center of traumatic events, will he give into fear? Or will he allow himself to be used by the God he's taught to be a miracle worker?

    Check out Brianna White and God's Man on Kindle by Loreal Ballou/Shandra Ward

    Purchase Loreal Ballou books on Kindle,com

    Contact Shandra Ward on Facebook  Shandra -Author Passion-Ward

    Contact Loreal Ballou on Facebook.  On twitter Loreal_2Blessed on Twitter

  • 00:04

    The Jeff Adams Show go Fund me

    in Entertainment

    To get new gear and continue The Jeff Adams Show and other podcasts. We need certain items to carry on with the Broadcast. We just need $1500 to keep going!  If you have enjoyed the show over the last three years maybe think about  helping the cause!


  • 00:48

    NY Times Best-Selling Author Jeff Abbott Visits 2nd Sunday Crime LIVE! Jan. 10

    in Books

    Jeff Abbott, a New York Times bestselling, award-winning author of many mystery and suspense novels, has been called “one of the best thriller writers in the business” His novels have been called “compulsively readable”, “outstanding. . .genuinely moving” and “fresh, original… He is published in many languages and has been a bestseller in the US, the UK, Ireland, France, Germany, Australia, Portugal, and other countries.

    Adrenaline was a Summer Great Reads choice by bothThe Today Show and Good Morning America.  Inside Man was a Summer Book Pick by O, The Oprah Magazine, and a Best Beach Reads pick by USA Today.  Jeff is a winner of the Thriller Award, was nomianted for an Edgar Award 3 times, the Anthony twice, and has won both the Agatha Award and the Macavity Award.

    Three novels have been optioned for film and are in script development. Jeff graduated from Rice University with a degree in History and English. He lives in Austin with his wife and two sons. More at http://JeffAbbott.com.

    Libby Hellmann, author of 12 Compulsively Readable Thrillers herself, hosts 2nd Sunday Crime every month. Her 13th novel, JUMP CUT will be out March 1, 2016. More about her is at: http://libbyhellmann.com

  • 00:08

    Author Talk Presents W Parks Brigham - We belong together

    in Books

    Shelly Roberts and Joffrey Matheson have watched friends fall in love and take that giant step—marriage—promising to share their lives together. Now it’s their turn. They’ve been paired as the perfect couple, according to Allanville’s Matchmakers Committee. Yes, their friendship has developed and grown. Yes, they are compatible, enjoy each other’s company, and want the same things out of life. Most importantly, they’re both seeking a meaningful relationship. Family and friends are excited as they cheer them on. Everyone is anticipating and waiting for the big news. 
    Humph, that’s a joke! 
    Instead, they keep getting sickening, whining excuses; there are no sparks…no chemistry…we’re just friends…you know, a yummy peanut butter sandwich but with syrup instead of jelly. The million-dollar question, how can you develop a serious relationship when you’re still carrying a torch for someone from your past? Where they do that at? In the small town called Allanville?