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topic is "Busted Blind Dates" and "Taking One For The Team"
Tonight at 6pm ET on Ernest Radio Network, it's Saturday Edition.
Name three things you would do to get yourself out of a bad blind date. Would you lie? Just leave? Make up an excuse (which is lying)?
Also, what's on your list of things not to do while online? Oh, that will be a good one tonight!
All this plus NPR news, weather.com 3-day forecast, music by Basia, and a lot more, so don't miss it! 1.347.989.1942 Phones will be open.
Join Lisa Iversen and Life Coach Ade on "Ancestral Blueprints: From Blind Love to Awake Love.”
We continue our theme of “Fall in Love” to explore how Ancestral Blueprints impact our human relationships as they appear in our friendships and our romantic connections. How we see each other has a lot more to do with the primary relationships we experienced in our families and even our ancestral lines. Through whose eyes are you looking when you look at your partner, spouse, marriage, partnership? Your mother's, father's, grandmother's or grandfather's, your own? If you are single and prefer not to be, is there anyone in your family or ancestry who had difficulty in or loss of relationships with whom you are in resonance?
Join Lisa Iversen and Life Coach Ade to experience how unseen family loyalties influence partnership and/or marriage and to shift from blind to awake love.
Call 347 426 3346 or SKYPE
Learn how the unacknowledged truths in your Ancestral Blueprints may still be influencing your life today. Open your heart and mind to how the family soul's universal laws of love around belonging, balance, and justice connect all of us to one another.
With Life Coach Ade www.LifeConversationsMedia.com and Lisa Iversen, psychotherapist, Systemic Family Constellations Facilitator, and author of Ancestral Blueprints: Revealing Invisible Truths in America's Soul. www.LisaIversen.com
I have found in my Christian walk that people aren't always sure of where they are going. The 'Lost' are leading the lost and "Sinners are leadiing other sinners, it's as though the Bilnd are leading the Blind. The Bible says; "Without vision my people perish." I find that even in the churches, people don't have a clear vision of what they are doing, they are simply going through the motions. Too many Chrurches seem to be just "Playing Church." My sermon: "The Blind Leading The Blind," was preached at the Westminster Presbyterian Church in Jamaica, New York on August 31, 2014.. Please take the time to listen to the message.
Blind Award-Winning Guitarist with Insightful Vision, Joey Stuckey
Born in Green Cove Springs, Florida, Joey Stuckey is an award-winning blind guitarist, songwriter, singer, composer, producer, radio & TV personality, music columnist, educator, inspirational speaker, and sound engineer. Joey’s guitar style is reminiscent of rocker Jeff Beck and jazzer Wes Montgomery while his vocal influences range from Mel Torme to Gregg Allman—these influences have inspired an original sound that Stuckey calls “jazz infused rock with southern attitude”. Stuckey lost his sight and sense of smell as an infant as the result of a brain tumor. Despite these limitations, he remained in mainstream education. Scholastically outstanding, Joey Stuckey graduated from high school at the age of 14. At the age of 17 he began his musical career by taking classical guitar lessons from noted music professor Terry Cantwell.
Joey continued his musical education by studying with renowned jazz guitarists Stanley Jordan and Steve Crowell. Stuckey is the owner and sound engineer of a recording facility Shadow Sound Studio
Stuckey is currently active in student instruction for guitar, voice, music theory, and sound engineering and is a professor of music technology at Mercer University.
For more information visit: www.shadowsoundstudio.com or http://www.joeystuckey.com/
Brian Dickinson served for six years as a US Navy Air Rescue Swimmer before he moved to the Pacific Northwest to get his MBA and pursue his passion for extreme sports and mountain climbing. He has climbed in expeditions on the highest peaks of the seven continents, including Mount Everest, with the majority of climbs in the Cascade Mountains, near his home. He uses his climbs to help raise money for charity and as an opportunity to share his faith with others around the world. Brian, his wife, JoAnna, and their children, Jordan and Emily, live in Snoqualmie, Washington.
ABOUT BLIND DESCENT:
Alone and blind at 29,000 feet!
Former Navy rescue swimmer Brian Dickinson was roughly 1,000 feet from the summit of Mount Everest—also known as “the death zone”—when his Sherpa became ill and had to turn back, leaving Brian with a difficult decision: should he continue to push for the summit, or head back down the mountain? After carefully weighing the options, Brian decided to continue toward the summit—alone. Four hours later, Brian solo summited the highest peak in the world. But the celebration was short-lived. After taking a few pictures, Brian radioed his team to let them know he had summited safely, and got ready to begin his descent. Suddenly, his vision became blurry, his eyes started to burn, and within seconds, he was rendered almost completely blind. All alone at 29,035 feet, low on oxygen, and stricken with snow blindness, Brian was forced to inch his way back down the mountain relying only on his Navy survival training, his gut instinct, and his faith. In Blind Descent, Brian recounts—in fantastic detail—his extraordinary experience on Everest, demonstrating that no matter how dire our circumstances, there is no challenge too big for God.
Expiration dates, What do they really mean?
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Many of us have food storage. As people living a prepared lifestyle we take it upon ourselves to make sure we have what we need for any situation. Food storage is the first thing many “preppers” try and achieve first. We learn about a lot of things along the way but no matter how seasoned you may become when it comes to this facet of your preparedness there is always the dreaded “expiration date” question looming over our heads!
Join Noreen on The Homestead Honey Hour when she will try to de-mystify what that expiration date on your groceries REALLY means, where it came from, how it started and how we can be sure that eating a product beyond that number will be safe for our family!
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Diane and I are moving the show up to 8:30 east coast. Tonight we will talk about the most asked questions people have about their mates and dates The topics we are based from our book; "You mean there is a law that says he has to be attracted to me?"