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No Box Thinking Radio with Jonathan Kegler will discuss the mentality needed to ensure a CHANGE occurs in your life. The guest Patrick Phillips is known as The Change Agent and has a program built around Critical Thinking, Decision Making, College and Career Readiness, Consequences of Delinquent Activity, Managing Adversity and Thinking for Change. This show will not only encourage you to burn your box of conformity but will assist you in building a systematic approach towards a positive CHANGE!
Imprisonment is a major contributing factor in establishing social inequality. Since the mid-1970s the U.S. imprisonment rate has increased ten-fold and the effects have been concentrated among Black Americans. Imprisonment diminishes the earnings of adult men, compromises their health, reduces familial resources, and contributes to family breakup. Many Black American men incarceration has involved drug use and distribution, not violent crime. Such mass imprisonment increases racial and class inequality—and may lead to more crime in the long term. Finally, there has been several policy reforms which limit prison time for drug offenders and for parolees who violate the technical conditions of their parole. But criminal justice reforms alone will not solve the problems that decades of “arbitrary” lengthy incarceration has caused.
A rise in incarceration rates parallel unemployment rates. Men with only a high school education, working for the steel industry and the auto industry, once could earn wages that could support a family. Their jobs promoted conformity, which supports stability, through daily routines and attachments to mainstream social institutions. Widespread joblessness in poor urban neighborhoods coupled with a booming drug trade that fostered addiction and income streams left young men in inner cities vulnerable to arrest and incarceration.
Social policies of "drug intolerances' and "third strike sentencing" maximized the creation of fragile families and their consequences. Women and children were left to deal with diminished household earnings, federal support and interventions, increased aggression towards children, child behavioral problems, and social marginalization - a vicious cycle of criminal justice system involvement increased.
The debut show of No Box Thinking Radio with Jonathan Kegler will discuss the mentality needed to ensure the Turnaround of Education. The guest Damen Lopez is the founder of No Excuses University and has taken the steps necessary to place 6 Exceptional Systems not only in book format but in schools all across America. This show will not only encourage you to burn your box of conformity but will assist you in tossing your exuses in as well!
This episode of A Sound Heart will explore the necessity of growing in spiritual perception. Spiritual perception is more than mere intellectual grasp of a few points of doctrine. Spiritual perception involves the whole person. It is holistic growth that begins in the heart of the person. The heart or kardia must grow in awareness of the person of Jesus. This means growing conformity to the image of Jesus. He is the Healer sent out from God into a world that is ruled over by the Satan and Thanatos (death). If anyone is "in Christ" he is new creation. The old (ancient) things are passed away.
Queen of Hearts interviews Candy Bradshaw-Program Director-Community Development Center
Top 6 reasons to listen to this show:
1. Learn why she left her corporate job.
2. Learn why she said you are hired for your differences, but promoted for your conformity.
3. Figure out if people need what you have and share it.
4. Seek help when you in a challenging time.
5. Learn how she stay motivated.
6. What advice does she give entrepreneurs??
R.C. Sproul said: “Prayer does change things, all kinds of things. But the most important thing it changes is us. As we engage in this communion with God more deeply and come to know the One with whom we are speaking more intimately, that growing knowledge of God reveals to us all the more brilliantly who we are and our need to change in conformity to Him. Prayer changes us profoundly.”
Our prayer motivator verse from the Word of God today is Psalm 56:9 which reads: "When I cry unto thee, then shall mine enemies turn back: this I know; for God is for me."
Our prayer motivator quote today is from an Unknown Author. He said, "Sending your child out the door in the morning without family prayer is like sending them out in a snowstorm without any coat."
This episode of Pneumatikos will explore the inherent power of the doctrine of conformity to the image of Jesus. It is within this powerful doctrine that we discover a remarkable oasis of spiritual self- understanding that provides healing and hope for us in very unstable times. God has made us a new creation in Jesus, and this dynamic reality builds within the heart attitudinal wellness. Both inner and outward conflict become different for us when we are challenged to change our self-defeating thinking and a mere subjective orientation to our lives. We really do belong to God.
Angela Cole, author, investigative reporter, controversial writer and Barbadian historian, talks about men (male patriarchy) and guns in Barbados. She has put away the the mask of social conformity and said it is not the true way of life. She has shunned being corrupted by money, but believes that Barbadians should pay for their education.
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This is the best program of January 2002, part 1,
originally broadcast as the Tape of the Month.
Host: Roy Masters
Roy discussed how food and sex are connected.
Kathy lost 50 pounds but worries about gaining it back.
Randy talks about rebelling from conformity.
Tami has a serious weight problem.
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Brown Davis Interiors
“Comfort is the Greatest Luxury”
Todd Davis and Rob Brown joined their shared passion for classic architecture, discerning environments, and extraordinary craftsmanship to create Brown Davis Interiors in 1994. Brown Davis has designed two residences for the Clintons, President and Secretary of State, The British Embassy residence and an array of exceptional projects involving contemporary and historic renovation. Always seeking inspiration and growth in artistic styles and influences, Brown Davis is based at the iconic 1111 Lincoln Road complex on Miami Beach, Florida. The saturated hues, tropical landscape and design mecca of Miami have influenced a bold aesthetic that resists conformity. It is instead a uniquely American perspective, fusing the traditional roots of classicism, with an exuberant, modern, sensual vitality.
Brown Davis practices couture interior design. Every choice is an intimate reflection of the client; creating distinctive and elegant spaces for lives well lived.
Both partners have MBAs contributing to their refined project management, and fiscal responsibility. Coupled with design intelligence, Brown Davis has earned their most cherished honor: Trust.