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What Christmas memories and traditions are we leaving to our children? Will there be a Christmas for them? Every day we see that evil is stripping away at Christmas and Jesus. The schools are afraid to have a Christmas play, or sing songs about Jesus. They can’t pray to Jesus or say Merry Christmas.
But yet, little children in Muslim countries showed grace under fire professing in their own words “We Love Jesus” and then were beheaded for refusing to submit to ISIS. Yet the world is afraid to say no to the Muslims and liberals, who hate God... The World won`t stand against this while living in the safety of their own peaceful countries. When will you Stand at the end of the sword...?
The blood of these innocent children show us how they Love Jesus. What are we going to say or do?
On Sunday Dec 21 at 11:00am PST call-in to this number (347) 826-7353, let you voice be heard for Jesus, send it around the world... say merry Christmas on air in your language or share a short story...
We dedicate this show to peace, hope, joy, and love. Help us share Christmas family traditions from the USA, Germany, Canada, South Africa, France, Serbia and everywhere there is love.
Best of Badger show featuring a selection from our first Christmas series in 2010. This show was all about the mixing of secular and religious traditions that have formed Christmas into how we know it today.
Christmas is the time of fun, cheer and goodwill to all. It's a time when some sing christmas carols or watch christmas movies. We all have a favorite Christmas tradition. Today we will talk about your favorite Christmas tradition and spread some Christmas love.
Dr. Anthony McRoy is a visiting Lecturer at the University of Wales and will be my guest to talk about Christmas traditions and origins. Where did we get this idea of a big man in a red suit? Is there something pagan about Christmas trees? Why does the holiday take place on December 25th? All of these are important questions and we will be addressing them this episode. Call in with your questions at 714-242-5180.
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Join Teresa Maron and co-host Lauren Santerre for the stories of Brigid’s Place, as God transforms the hearts, minds, and lives of women today.
Our Guest today is Lucia Bettler, A native Houstonian, former English teacher, and graduate of the University of St. Thomas, Lucia Bettler is the owner of Lucia’s Garden, a well known Houston gift/herbal shop and learning center that strives to nourish the body and spirit. She has been passionate about mythology, spirituality, books, and herbs for over 25 years. Her knowledge, travel, and extensive mythological and folkloric traditions research adds a rich dimension to Lucia’s teaching and business.
These stories celebrate Creative and Abundant Living in all religions, communities and forms of spirituality.
Candi and Randy chat with special guests Olivia Newton-John, Vanessa Williams, Judy Collins and Matt Zarley, who chat on their favorite Christmas traditions and memories.
Plus, Gerald McCullouch of "BearCity," CSI" and the web series "Hustling" gives us an impromptu sing-a-long.
We also share some of our guests' best holiday music to set the perfect mood during the holiday season.
Join us today 5:30 CST for a pre-recorded show as we explore the subject matter of :
Traditions, Values and Culture: Why choose to marry?
Last week our guest host Les Rodgers raised the subject of choosing to marry and deciding to stay marry. In which he raise key concerns that allowed us to consider the health of families, marriages and why heathy marriages is a critical component towards building and maintaining healthy communities.
We will not accept live callers this conversation has been pre-recorded however, the information shared and ideas exchanged is important to our understanding of marriage, traditions and the challenges we must address.
The first carnival was staged in 1912 during the final years of Danish occupation and lapsed during World War I. Revived in 1952, carnival has become the second largest festival in the Caribbean.
A month-long series of dazzling pageants and talent shows is held to choose royalty to rein over the festival. Fun events such as a boat race, Greased Pig Contest and Toddlers Derby entertain everyone at the festivities.
A series of elimination contests to crown top performers are called Calypso Tents. Calypsonions offer satirical commentary on the state of the islands, oftentimes mocking the shenanigans of politicians. Other popular events held during Carnival is j'ouvert, a morning jump up, a food fair presenting the islands’ best traditional eats and a competition to crown the King and Queen of the parade troupes.
A children's and adult’s parade close the lively month with brilliantly costumed and decorated troupes and floats. ~ Courtesy of VI Dept. of Tourism at www.visitusvi.com/culture_history
A discussion about the differences and similarities between Oral Traditions and Written traditions and Initiatory vs self styled traditions.
In both the ATRs and European Pre-Christian religions a great deal of knowledge and wisdom has been passed down from our ancestors but sometimes only fragments remain. Some traditions have been sifted from these fragments and pieced back together yet some traditions have stayed relatively intact.
Many European traditions eventually saw a need to write down what had previously been oral traditions where the ATRs mostly remained oral traditions.
Tonight we discuss those differences, similarities and more.
Join host Khi Armand and historian Al Cummins for a riveting discussion on English traditions involving the land the deceased.
"Broadcasting the voices of the land and the deceased, host Khi Armand weaves together history, ethnography, and spiritual experience to explore the unique promises and challenges of our time."
Connect with the stories, people, and landscapes that make us human in this unique, interdisciplinary show featuring guests from a wide variety of fields and backgrounds sharing their expertise on topics of biography, history, and places that matter.
Culture worker and spiritworker Khi Armand channels marginalized voices from deep within the recesses of our world toward the resolution and reconciliation that we need now.
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