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Children involved in juvenile court face collateral consequences from their delinquency adjudications which can prevent barriers to their future success and can cause harm to their well-being. Some of these stem from system exposure and others extend beyond the time spent under court supervision but are related to their prior court involvement and adjudication. For example, after successfully completing their dispositions, many youth face significant hardships enrolling back in school, finding employment, or accessing ongoing treatment or health care. This episode of Spotlight on Youth focuses on the intersection of collateral consequences for youth who are court involved. Guests join this episode to discuss what is being done on both policy and practice levels to reduce and eliminate the problem. Guests
Elissa Johnson, Staff Attorney, Southern Poverty Law Center
Dr. Ashley Nellis, Senior Research Analyst, The Sentencing Project
Lisa H. Thurau, Founder and Executive Director, Strategies for Youth
Our guests are Daniel Ryan and Marcia Southwick
The traumatic effects of having your precious loved one kidnapped and imprisoned by this blatantly corrupt industry in legal, yet lawless, human trafficking for profit and power.
There is no nightmare or Hollywood horror film that can compare to having my fiancé and soul mate permanently removed from my life forever... As in every case of kidnapping, the first concern is for her well- being. That NEVER changes. Also, there's the ever-present sense of urgency to rescue her from her captors.
The utter disbelief, sleepless nights, loneliness and loss, accompanied by waves of fear, worry, anger and hopelessness continue to haunt my daily existance with little mercy since that day 2 years ago when they strapped her to a stretcher and removed her from her home, her life, and my life until she's either dead or destitute!
APS, the guardian, her attorneys, the judge, and the care home owner have colluded to keep her prisoner for life. Why? Because she saved for her golden years and to cover up her rape we reported when she was in a rehab facility being treated for a tailbone injury.
There are 4 stages of grief: Denial, Anger, Bargaining and Acceptance. I can't seem to get past the first 3 because she is still alive and I refuse to lose hope...
When we second guess ourselves we become vulnerable to doubts and fear. Drawing lessons from the life of King Saul, Irene Thuku and Charity Maina will enlighten us on the consequences of second guessing ourselves. Listen live at 619-393-2852 or www.pinnacleofpraiseshow.com. Thank you for choosing Pinnacle of Praise Show. Beatrice Ndura -Host
The main focus here is that all of the “sons” are strongly exhorted to embrace the discipline measures of God as the method for qualifying each to be partakers of His holiness. However there is a caution emphasized that both the uncooperative one as also the cooperative one will do well to pay attention. The uncooperative one should never dismiss the various trials and sufferings as unimportant or unnecessary; likewise the cooperative one must never over emphasize that such things are designated as our portion in life, as though there is nothing else that comprises or exemplifies the life of a Christian. The balanced way is to accept God’s chosen method to infuse us with Himself that is, each time a trial or hardship comes our way it is not just for the squeezing out of some detestable attitude or habits, but filling those empty places with godly character and His nature.
Good morning! Happy First Day of Spring!
On today's broadcast:
Alcohol Abuse, Consequences, and Relationships (for someone I care about); Epic Ode To Marriage Equality, by Inaugural Poet Richard Blanco "Until We Could"; "I'm Leaving on a Jet Plane!"(New York, New York--- a HELLUVA town; DeBlasio's "Focus on Equality measures, even in death; Mary Cheney declares Equality is impossible without GOP support; Andrew W., and so much more!
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That's Sunday, September 21st, 2014 at 11:30AM (ET)/8:30 (PT)! on Equality Updates with Marcinho Savant ! I find it baffling that human beings are unable, and unwilling, to remember to love one another, and to "do unto others, as we would have them do unto us", in today's world. and, as usual, we welcome your calls, thoughts, and opinions! Remember: Be sure to call in at : (760) 283-5125!!!
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How many times have you heard “Change your mind change your life” or some version of it? Setting goals implies that you are going to make a change. What few people tell you is, that with change comes unexpected consequences. The consequences can be big or small; good or bad. Just knowing this can happen can make a big difference in how successful you are.
Because how you handle the consequences and the ripple effect will determine how fast you get going again and how fast you get results. This is the perfect time to reflect on your goals and to design a process to work through the inevitable to better results.
SIN predates man and originates in Lucifer, aka, Satan, wanting to ascend into Heaven and sit on the Throne of God ruling all creation. The first sin was pride, which is the root of every other sin. The first human beings to commit a sin were Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, when they chose to follow the suggestion of Satan, in the form of a serpent, instead of being led by the holy and righteous word of God. Sin has continued throughout the ages, from one son of Adam and Eve, Cain, murdering their other son, his brother, Abel. to every murder, robbery, war, lie, abortion, act of hatred, envy, jealousy, blasphemy, abuse, sexual deviance, defiance to parents, neglect of innocent and unprotected children, to genocide, and so much more, which sadly, will be reported today, Monday, September 29, 2014.
Watch your 10 or 11:00 news this evening, for an update on all the tragic and gory details.
Sin, according to the Word of God, the Bible, will continue on this planet, called earth, even getting worse, in time, until that Day that Satan is thrown into the Lake of Fire, along with the anti-christ, and every wicked person that ever lived; and Christ finally reigns in His perfect, holy and eternal new heaven and new earth.
We intend, on this broadcast, to look into sin, to see all that it entails, it's impact and its consequences.
The 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War is upon us. When the Austro- Hungarian armies army crossed the Serbian border on August 10th, 1914, the peoples of Europe, who had enjoyed the longest consecutive period of peace in 1,000 years were entirely unaware that their lives and the civilization they had built would soon be consumed in a conflagration that would sweep away it away. Lost in time and obscured by the even more catastrophic events of the Second World War, the Great War nevertheless provided a watershed in world history as nations, monarchies, empires and long venerated institutions came tumbling down, leaving ruins which it would take nearly 75 years to rebuild. What were the causes of this catastrophe? What were the consequences for the West and how relevant are the lessons of that First World War to our contemporary world? . These and other issues will be addressed by this important AFA Conference of the Air featuring Sean McMeekin ( author of July 1914); Douglas Bardow ( Cato Institute); Diana West (author of Death of the Grown Up); David Pryce Jones ( author of The Closed Circle) and Richard Weikart ( author of Darwin to Hitler)
Human rights organizations across the country are protesting the ongoing abuses of power by an increasingly militarized police force, demanding that officers who kill unarmed citizens be charged with homicide. Marches and rallies seem to have little effect, as more citizens come forth whose loved ones have been gunned down by overzealous police. What consequences should police suffer when they kill unarmed citizens? How can these human rights abuses be stopped? What body of authority needs to oversee judges, who continue to issue harsh sentences to individuals who have been tortured into false confessions or ill advised to plead guilty by attorneys with questionable ethics? As the Human Rights and Justice Committee of Missouri creates a National Registry to expose homicidal police officers and unjust judges, more citizens are challenging the police departments who killed their loved ones and received not so much as a reprimand. Many innocent citizens have been railroaded into jail by judges who knowingly sentenced innocent people to prison time. How do we remove people from power who are abusive and corrupt? What consequences should those who violated the public trust ultimately suffer? Our guests Yahkhanahn Ammi and Queen Tahira Sparks discuss strategy for punishing abuses of power and stopping those who violate the human rights of others.
David didn't come to a place of repentance on his own. Nathan the prophet was used by God to awaken David to the truth of the situation he was living in. David repented but his sin had dire consequences.
2 Samuel 12:13-14New Living Translation (NLT)
David Confesses His Guilt
13 Then David confessed to Nathan, “I have sinned against the Lord.”
Nathan replied, “Yes, but the Lord has forgiven you, and you won’t die for this sin.14 Nevertheless, because you have shown utter contempt for the word of the Lord[a] by doing this, your child will die.”