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As a spiritual explorer for nearly 50 years, Donna Corso believes that Life is a continuum, having no beginning and no end. Life simply "is." She inspires people to heal and release their fear of dying, to embrace life more fully while in this physical world, and to move forward gracefully into the spiritual realm at the time of their soul’s choosing. While being an advocate for reclaiming our human rights and dignity, Donna is also an advocate for our beloved Planet Earth.
Donna is a certified hypnotherapist and an ordained non-denominational minister. She is the author of "When the Wind Chimes Chime: Ending the Greatest Fear of All" and "Friendship with God – A Guidebook." She resides in Oregon, where she has been personal assistant to author Neale Donald Walsch since 2001. Visit Donna’s website at www.donnacorso.com
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You may have noticed that Presidential and Congressional elections are nigh. We are willing to comment (yet again) on what's up and who's doing what. Expect predictions!
Our Boston-area Will Rogers character, John L. Galligan, joins us this week. We'll hit national, state and maybe local races...those that prove points. You can prep by hitting up John's Chimes at Midnight political blog.
Civil Chat with Lee invites YOU to call in and share what GRINDS YOUR GEARS (pisses you off). Topics on the table include
1. Mike Huckabee encourages civil disobedience with gay marriage decision.
2. The "Donald" sounds off on "traditional marriage"
3. Nascar's Dale Earnhardt Jr. chimes in on the Confederate Flag
4. Bobby Jindal defends his accomplishments as Louisiana governor.
5. And MUCH MUCH MORE. What GRINDS YOUR GEARS?
PodVader and the SuperFans present the preseason preview of the NFC North!
Bills SuperFan applications have come in and we have a new Cardinals SuperFan.
Quick update on Tom Brady's hearing.
Jumping into the preview, Packers still the king of the division? Tom, Bears SuperFan, chimes in (after a note from Vikings SuperFan, Davey) that the Packers crown is riding solely on the health of Aaron Rodgers. Perhaps the Lions can compete for the moldy piece of cheese and be more balanced on offense according to Adam. It's a long rebuilding project for the Bears as Tom says Jay Cutler is the worst QB in the division. Watch the Vikings make the leap this year as Adrian Peterson returns with a chip on his shoulder and possibly 2000 yards.
Getting into the position comparisons, interesting how deep the QBs and RBs are in the NFC North. Pod says not only do the Packers have the best WR corps, they have the best WR in Jordy Nelson over Calvin Johnson. Don't sleep on Alshon Jeffery. Pod tried to gloss over the Oline, but the SuperFans keep him in check.
On Defense, lots of changes in Detroit but Adam isn't worried. Tom says he's drinking the offseason Kool-Aid, and admits (AGAIN) that the Bears are last in the division. Nobody other than Adam really likes their defense. Mike Zimmer is the right coach for the Vikings D.
The way too early record predictions.
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Hosted by Earnest 'EJ' Christian, Bob Sullivan and Marc Francois
Guests: Tyler Larson, Eric Pincus and Matt Whitener
•EJ and Marc open the show discussing the days Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage legal in 50 states. Oh yeah....the NBA Draft happened and Marc is ecstatic about his Lakers selecting D'Angelo Russell. Bob Sullivan has gone missing.
•What the heck are the New York Knicks doing? There's so much panic in the a if Apple that Happy Hour Network boss Ted Hicks had to chime in on his Knicks for a few minutes. By the way, we found Bob. He speaks depressingly on his Knicks.
•Tyler Larson, an NBA Draft prospect from the University of South Dakota joins the podcast to discuss his basketball future.
•THE HOT FIVE - Lamarcus Aldridge, Pete Rose, Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, David West
•Eric Pincus of Basketball Insiders joins to talk about the NBA Draft, the latest on the Demarcus Cousins saga in Sacramento and chimes in on whether Seinfeld is worth the watch for EJ.
•Baseball talk time. Matt Whitener of The Sports Fan Journal discusses the top stories in Major League Baseball, his thoughts on the summer HBO lineup and why EJ should watch Seinfeld.
•It's Game Time. EJ and Bob reveal their Mount Rushmore of blonde women and go into the weekend with their shoutouts
Greetings to all God's people I pray blessings over you and your families. We appreciate your prayers and support of the ministry.My guest tonight is Petronia Belmar she is from Louisville, KY where she began publicly singing at the age of 9. Her first solo at church was "I Made A Vow". Due to her diligence in improving her musical craft, she was graciously selected to tour in Europe in 1978. Here she was given the opportunity to tour 7 countries showcasing her melodious voice with the America's Youth in Concert.
She attended Tennessee State University, and while in attendance she joined and recorded with B C & M Choir. Additional accomplishments include award winning church performances as well as lead solo artist at the Louisville Black Expo.
Metropolitan Community Choir, Cleo Joiner Singers, Min. Glen Elliott and the Angelic Chimes, National Baptist Convention featured soloists, 58th Pastor's Conference Choir (Louisville) featured soloists, African American Heritage Chorale, and Joe Leavell with One Purpose.
She currently serves as First Lady of New Canaan Missionary Baptist Church, where her husband, Rev. Lester Belmar, Sr. is Pastor. She also serves in other capacities within the church including Praise and Worship Leader, Woman's Ministry Mentor, and Woman's Sunday School Teacher.
Petronia strives to honor God daily through her worship an prayer life. God has blessed and inspired Petronia to write several original songs which are featured on her Cd's.
Her motivation and passion for music will continue to be written through her own life experiences and her love for Praise and Worship.
"To God Be the Glory...Great Things He Has Done" Amen.Come with a heart of receiving as God ministers his love to you and through you.
In the latest edition of the Encouragement Group, host David Gerber takes the famous 1980's US Olympic Hockey team phrase "Do You Believe in Miracles?" and applies it to the process of treatment and recovery. The journey of recovery is often a miraculous one. However, David discusses the "Ordinary Miracle" in that anyone has the power to attain this miracle. Michael Boccia chimes in with the concept of believing in Santa Claus as a component to being successful in recovery as we benefit from having childlike blind faith that recovery is possible. As always, miracles will be shared.
It’s the unofficial beginning of the summer season and we’re coming to you today with a VERY “relaxed” Frat House Saturday program during this Memorial Day Weekend. But, it doesn’t stop the sports chat.
The calendar may say “summer”, but we open it up with a bit of NHL chat and specifically the new coaching hire by the Philadelphia Flyers. Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia’s John Boruk joined us Thursday night on our “flagship” Frat House Sports Show to talk about Dave Hakstol.
Then we’re joined by a rare LIVE guest on a “relaxed” Frat House Saturday as a good Frat House Sports friend Greg Peterson of WRST 90.3-FM in Oshkosh chimes in with announcements about his future; the NFL; Deflategate; MLB; and, the NBA Playoffs. No sports chat is out-of-bounds when Greg comes on!
Finally, from our Tuesday night program, the Frat House Sports’ Clean-Up Hitters get engage an in-depth chat about “The Hit King” Pete Rose.
This is MUST holiday listening . . . it’s fun and oh so “relaxed” so be sure to tune in to Frat House Mike and give him a call at 347 – 826 – 9964!
Aunt Jewel Bedtime Stories , The Clocks Says, No Time to Play, Time to Sleep!
The Bells Chimes; Telling us... Time to Sleep , the Bells Chimes, Telling us..., Time to Wake-Up ....What's Wrong with the Bells, when you Do Not Agree??? Join us this Evening to Find Out What does a Child Do? What does the Parent's Say?? Listen to Aunt Jewel's Bedtime of Course!! Are You Sleepy Yet??
Don't Forget Your Favorite Teddy Bear ?
THE AGE OLD CONTROVERSY.....IS IT EXERCISE OR DIET THAT WORKS BEST?? MEDICINE CHIMES IN WITH WHAT THEY SAY IS A "MYTH"...WE WILL BRING THE TRUTH
Saturday 04/25/15 12pm ET/11am CTRL/10am MTN/9am Pac Call in and listen share comments or ask questions at 1-347-934-0379 or listen online during and after the program at: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/healingxoutreach/2015/04/25/btr-guest-former-jehovahs-witness-jason-thickpenny-from-the-united-kingdom
Our Guest Jason thickpenny had some technical difficulties and so we were unable to interview him but in this episode I was able to share the meaning of idolatry in light of Christian holidays. I hope you will get to enjoy some of what i shared. I am sharing some key texts and points from my sermon on the same theme.
Acts 17:22-33 - Paul Uses a pagan statue to share the gospel
Pagan deities, along with the sun and the moon, have provided the basis for the naming of the days of the week: Sunday (Sun day), Monday (Moon day), Tuesday (Tiw's day), Wednesday (Woden's day), Thursday (Thor's day), Friday (Frig's day), and Saturday (Saturn's day)
We do not refrain from using the word "flower," even though Flora was the goddess of flowers. nor the word "ocean," even though Oceanus, son of Uranus, was the god of the sea. Other Things With Pagan Origins - Dinner Napkins, Toilets, Neckties, Suits, Church Steeples, wind chimes, pacifiers
Rom 14:13-14 - “Let us not therefore judge one another any more: but judge this rather, that no man put a stumblingblock or an occasion to fall in his brother's way. I know, and am persuaded by the Lord Jesus, that there is nothing unclean of itself: but to him that esteemeth any thing to be unclean, to him it is unclean
1 Cor 8:4 “So then, about eating food sacrificed to idols: We know that "An idol is nothing at all in the world" and that "There is no God but one."