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Featured this week on Writing Real... Archbishop Bruce J Simpson was born and raised in Audubon, New Jersey. At eighteen, during the Vietnam War, he enlisted in the United States Air Force and was assigned to nuclear security. Upon an honorable discharge, Bruce entered police work in Reading, Pennsylvania. Simpson left civil service and was ordained a priest in 1996 after completing theology studies and was awarded an STL by his ordaining church, the Reformed Catholic Church. Simpson was then called to serve as a Catholic bishop and was consecrated on January 30, 1999. Simpson currently is the Archbishop Abbot of the Benedictine Order of St. John the Beloved and the parishes under his protection and supervision. He has appeared on radio and television numerous times.
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Kathryn Simpson, retired School Board Director for South Kitsap School District, discusses education, surviving cancer, and life lessons.
in Self Help
For over 30 years, Debra Poneman, a pioneer in the world of personal growth, taught principles of success that transformed the lives of tens of thousands of people around the world creating millionaires, billionaires, and household names. And then one day, she asked herself: But are these people really happy?
The answer she received lead her to search for the truth behind happiness During this interview, Debra will share her amazing discovery of how it is not only possible for you to be happy, but it is possible for you to move beyond happy to live a life that is truly miraculous.
In this interview, you will:
~Hear what researchers have discovered happens when you don’t make your dreams come true
~Understand why obstacles are your greatest allies
~Discover the simple shifts you can make so that happiness is effortless – no matter what is currently going on in your life
~Learn how to make miracles the order of the day - every day
Cindy and Linda are delighted to welcome her back to the show. Learn more about Debra and her amazing work by visiting her website at: www.yestosuccess.com
This note is all about technical compatibility between your computers and the Blog Talk Radio Network. I have been told, by people at Blog Talk, that Internet Explorer is not the way to go in seeking out the network. Yes, some people, including me, have used it, successfully. However, on average, it doesn’t work. I have been advised to tell listeners to use Google Chrome, or Firefox. If you use Firefox, make sure your Flash Player is up-to-date. Go to Adobe.com to update your Flash Player. I’m just repeating what I am told. I am certainly not an expert………(1) Put the following in the search engine: blogtalkradio.com/rwsimpson4 (2) Look for “Upcoming Broadcasts.” (3) Under those words look for “The Rich Simpson Show (hyperlinked in light blue letters). (4) Click those letters. You then have the option of (a) listening, or (b) calling the number (646-595-2404) on the screen……….The archived version of the show is now posted, daily, on Facebook and Twitter. For any off-the-air questions, please call my cell phone: 770-634-8286. Wednesday's topic: "Famous Pairings." Martin and Lewis, Ham and Eggs, Bogey and Bacal. Join us on Wednesday! Thanks, Rich
Join our intrepid duo as they delve into the minds of children with special abilities. Tonight Rob and Jason welcome Lea Simpson. For the last 3 years Lea has helped both children and their parents understand what sets them apart from other families. Lea brings a no nonsense approach to education and development of the gifts these special children are given.
We describe our online radio show as “Radio for the fun of it!” It’s The Rich Simpson Show Online. We appreciate our loyal listeners! They listen in Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Florida, West Virginia, New Jersey and Colorado! We invite you to join George Croly and me, weekday mornings at 11:00 o’clock. We discuss topics that are off the beaten path. We build on those topics and the side effects those topics have on our society. And, we have fun with it! Access instructions: (1) Put the following in the search engine: blogtalkradio.com/rwsimpson4 (2) Look for “Upcoming Broadcasts.” (3) Under those words look for “The Rich Simpson Show” (hyperlinked in light blue letters). (4) Click those letters. You then have the option of (a) listening, or (b) calling the number (646-595-2404) on the screen……….The archived version of the show is now posted, daily, on Facebook and Twitter. Thanks, Rich
As we await the Supreme Court decision about Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. and Conestoga Wood Specialties v. Sebelius, this is a great to listen to a rebroadcast of an interview with Rev. Debra Haffner. Rev Debra Haffner stands for religious liberty and the right of women to make thoughtful decisions about whether and when to use contraception.
The Reverend Debra W. Haffner is Co-founder and President of Religious Institute, Inc. An ordained Unitarian Universalist minister. Founded in 2001, the Religious Institute is a multifaith organization dedicated to advocating for sexual health, education, and justice in faith communities and society. The Religious Institute has emerged as the national leadership organization working at the intersection of sexuality and religion. On March 25th in Washington, DC the Religious Institute joined with other faith organizations to raise a faithful voice in support of equitable access to affordable birth control before oral arguments in the historic Supreme Court case regarding the Affordable Care Act’s contraceptive coverage rule. Following the faith rally, groups marched to the court.
Rev. Haffner is the author of From Diapers to Dating: A Parent’s Guide to Raising Sexually Healthy Children and other books.
Religious Institute Website: http://www.facebook.com/ReligiousInstitute
You can't afford to miss......Houston' own Debra Atkins founder of WORKING TOGETHER AS ONE PRODUCTIONS, INC., PROUDLY PRESENTS, Stage Play: “FINALLY, GOOD ENOUGH!”
Debra L. Atkins’ "FINALLY, “GOOD ENOUGH” – is the final chapter of the hit stage play series, “I’m Sorry, I’m Not Good Enough and the sequel, Still Not Good Enough.” The Perkins family is just another modern day urban family. It’s been four years since Bradley and Arleta Perkins have celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary, and since then the family has had to endure every human emotion that most families seldom have to experience in a lifetime. The Perkins family members are now faced with having to accept the newest surprise addition to the family, also along with having to deal with their own personal struggles, heartaches, and betrayal; the love they share for each other will be tested when......[Sorry, YOU need to BE THERE to SEE the REAL!]
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It was June 17, 1994 when O.J. Simpson was the focus of a slow chase across Los Angeles.
Do you remember where you were and what you thought as he surrendered.
We'll listen to recently discovered broadcasts from the night when Simpson surrendered in the driveway of his home.
O.J. Simpson was found not guilty of the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman in 1995. The investigation and trial lasted more than a year and included a number of incredible moments.