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  • 01:06

    A Catch Conversation with Summit Adventure's Tom Smith

    in Christianity

    We're excited to have Tom Smith, Executive Director of Summit Adventure on this podcast!


    From their website:


    At Summit Adventure, we use experiential education, adventure programming, service and cross-cultural immersion as tools to move individuals and groups out of their comfort zones into more reliance on God and each other. Since 1973, Summit Adventure has been leading the way as the premier Outdoor Ministry program. Participants throughout the years have told us that their experiences have been truly transformational, whether domestically in Yosemite, Joshua Tree and Death Valley or internationally in Ecuador, Mexico and Israel. Summit Adventure works with a wide range of groups, including youth (age 12+), college students, parents, adults and individuals with physical and mental disabilities. Although every course is different, typical course components include backpacking, rock climbing, mountaineering, rappelling, orienteering, trekking, cultural immersion and service.


    For more info, click here.

  • 01:02

    Catch Your Spirit with Music

    in Spirituality

    Catch Your Spirit with Melody and Message!


    Bob Sima: The Transformational Troubadour – Bridging Daily Life and Soul Consciousness.


    Nationally Touring, Award-Winning, Singer-Songwriter weaves the Wisdom of Ancient Sages and Modern Spiritual Teachers into a soundtrack for Personal and Global Transformation.


    His Magical, Life-Changing, Heart-Expanding Music and Performances connect to Audiences in a Visceral Way – Leaving Them Vibrating with Emotion.


    Sima’s new Soul-Full CD is Packed with Empowering Spiritual Messages wrapped in Easy-to-Fall-in-Love-With Songs.


    What Wayne Dyer, Marianne Williamson and Jack Canfield are to books, Bob Sima is to music. Indeed he has even been called “Eckhart Tolle with a guitar.” The Transformational Troubadour is a teacher, a guide, and a mystic, but through the medium of melody. His music bridges daily life and soul consciousness.


    His music heals and expands the heart, transforming lives forever.


    His newest CD, putalittlemoreloveintheworld, is earning rave reviews for its empowering messages encased in easy-to-fall-in-love-with melodies.


    http://www.bobsima.com/


    https://www.facebook.com/bobsimamusic


     


     

  • 01:30

    The Stars Align: Episode 2: Sandrick, Dez, some QB and wrap sheets.

    in Football

    Orlando Scandrick and his contract situation. 
       ---How does this effect the teams off season plans? Should he be paid? Enough depth at position not to worry?


    Dez in the house.
          ---Does this show that he is all in for this season? Will a long term deal get done/should it this season? How will Dez play without a big contract?


    Romo Replacement.
        ---Dustin Vaughan, the next QB in Big D? Similar to Romo. Better college stats. How does his development effect Weeden?


    Convict team. 
        --- the convicts team, or so they were called in the nineties was the dynasty team and super successful. a lot of people are giving a lot of flack to Dallas this season for bringing on so many players with questionable off the field issues. Could this years "convict team" be just as successful?

  • 01:01

    A Catch Conversation with Riki Michele

    in Music

    We are excited to have Riki Michele join us on the show Tuesday April 14th. Many of you might recognize her name as the longtime member of the group Adam Again. Her new project PUSH, which was produced by Margaret Becker released just last week. Be sure to get a copy of this. It is available on iTunes here.


    Also, check out this great write up on the new record here.


     

  • 01:10

    A Catch Conversation with Worship Without Borders

    in Christianity

    Dr. Tim Smith is the founder and director of Worship Without Borders in Aloha, Oregon, USA. He and his wife, Maryl, travel internationally – equipping, facilitating and releasing worship in churches everywhere. He was the head of the Portland Bible College Worship Department for 12 years and served as worship pastor in a local church for 14 years. He has a degree in Music Education and plays the cello, piano, guitar as well as other instruments. He is a published composer with Integrity Music and leads worship and conducts worship conferences and seminars around the world. His passion is to help restore and release the song and the voice of the Church in passionate worship of Jesus Christ.


    For more info on Worship Without Borders, please visit their website, here.

  • 00:38

    INNERSIGHT FREEDOM FOUNDATION

    in Family

    Maria Iliou is your Autism Director, your host for FREEDOM Foundation ...autism, blind, deaf, Developmental Disabilities, & others


    Maria Iliou special guest 3 Eye In Sight 

  • 00:15

    What to expect from Rock Stars

    in Entrepreneur

    After a very long step away, I am back to talk about Farming in all it's glory


    What bought this on was understanding that in many real ways Farming is under attack, you might call this my counter attack. 


    All in Farming are Rock Stars

  • 01:04

    Sunday Night Sandlot: Memorial Day All-Stars

    in Sports

    Buck Davidson and Doug Anderson pick their Fantasy All-Star Team for the first quarter of the season and even pair off in a Fantasy home run derby. Of course being the pessimist that he is Doug wants to focus on the anti-All-Stars; the players who have let us down the most so far this season.

  • 00:54

    Catch Your Match pre-record

    in Romance

    6:30 pm Thursday, but 8:30 AM Friday in New South Wales, Dave Elliott calling in to talk about the "Catch Your Match Formula"

  • 00:32

    Listening to Others? Confession #5

    in Spirituality

    In this next episode of Catch Your Spirit, we will be talking about what happens when we keep listening to others vrs our own inner guidance. 


    Not too long ago, I found myself listening to what everyone else had to say about my work.  I was constantly getting comments like... why don't you do what so and so does... or maybe you shouldn't try and offer that kind of work... or you probably won't ever make any money being spiritual...  


    I was listening to everyone except myself.  Until I found I was in a state of total confusion.


    And that's when I found myself in the shower tapping away this issue.


    Emotional Freedom Technique is an energy psychology technique that helps to remove the issues out of the bold and reprogram the brain.  It taps into the amydala of the brain producing and overall peaceful feeling.


    Call in to receive intuitive guidance to help you release the all those voice floating around in your head!  


    Tapping scripts offered for all to tap along with.


    www.naturalforcesstudio.com


    http://www.naturalforcesstudio.com/confessions-of-a-shower-tapper/


    https://twitter.com/terriheiman


     

  • 00:17

    A Theory of Parenting - Ford Foundation

    in Travel

    Hello,


    Welcome to A Theory of Parenting on Blogtalkradio.com


    My name is Tammi Joyner


    I am your Host for the Show


    Today we are live from The Ford Foundation Atrium!


    location: 320 E 43rd St – Take any of the trains in Grand Central Station


    www.fordfoundation.org


    The building is a part of the public spaces open to the public!


    Inside the building, a lush tropical garden on the ground level forms the focal point of an enormous and sunlit 10-story glass atrium. Amazingly, keeping this garden watered doesn’t deplete city utilities; the building’s roof captures rainwater, and during dry periods, the garden is kept healthy with a stored water supply.


    Glancing up towards the roof, the greenery continues. Ferns and vines hang down from girders above, and small trees are visible from the top floors. The garden’s serene aura is aided by the fragrance of gardenias, and the sound of running water supplying a pool hidden amid the trees. The Ford Foundation was completed in 1967 and designated a national landmark in 1997.


     It’s open to the public on weekdays from 10 AM to 4 PM.