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Have you wondered if the spiritual dryness you sometimes feel is normal? Author Kimberly Sowell, will talk to us today about her new release Lost on a Familiar Road. We’ll chat about spiritual deserts and “brain clutter” and “mind trash.” She’ll tell us why she views prayer as a critical component to loving God with all our minds and why having all the answers rarely solves our quest for peace. So how do we find peace? Join us today and hear what Kimberly ha
We revisit our very first show, where we interview Tashira Halyard of Heal Our Hood about the topic “Addressing Food Deserts with Urban Agriculture”.
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We are hearing about places where healthy food is not available. They are not speaking of some thrid world country, the subject is the United States. Present day with our transportation and production abilities, how can that happen here? There are some isolated areas where this may be true, however , the available food is also very much determined by our buying habits. Be a pioneer, and if you have difficulty finding healthy food, ask for it. We will discuss how to change
A Magic Journey with Goat Hollow on American Preppers Radio! Wednedays *7:00pm/Est *6:00pm/Ct *5:00pm/Mt *4:00pm/Pt Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/ When I was a small boy I made a journey in a covered wagon, going with my parents from their homestead in Oklahoma Territory to the part of Kansas they had come from, and back again to the homestead. This was not one of those painful and heroic passages through wild-Indian country, across deserts where men died of thirst, over mountain passes where oxen were skinned for rawhide so that dismantled wagons could be lowered down the sheer faces of cliffs: there are no heroics in my saga. Yet I have never, I think, taken a more romantic or exciting trip. Listen in to a great reading from stories past while visiting in our chat room at Prepper Broadcasting.
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Letters to the River by Sparrow Hart
A Guide to a Dream Worth Living ~ Release date October 1
Letters to the River places the struggles and crises we currently face - personal, political, moral, ecological and spiritual - within the context of a mythic and heroic journey. In doing so, it forms a bridge between the left side and the right - the practical, daily life we can neither ignore or avoid, and the magical, shimmering world reported by sages and shamans for millennia.
About the Author: Sparrow Hart has apprenticed himself to nature and the wild for over forty years, exploring inner and outer landscapes beyond the unexamined limits of consensual reality. Seeking something deep and extraordinary, that “dream worth living,” his adventures have included a five-month solo in the wilderness, travels to the Amazon, over 30 personal vision quests, and treks to the mountains, forests, canyons, and deserts of Mexico and the United States, as well as apprenticeships with a wide variety of native and non-native “medicine teachers.” Through all this, Sparrow considers his greatest mentor to be the Earth itself.
Following his first vision quest in 1980, Sparrow founded Circles of Air and Stone, which has guided small groups of men and women through 11-day vision quests for over 30 years. He’s the creator of Adventures of the Spirit, a series of workshops for men & women plus the annual Men‘s Wisdom Council at the Rowe Conference Center and The Mythic Warrior Men‘s Training—that have thrived for over twenty years. Contact him www.questforvision.com
This week on "Inside Out LIVE! with Traci S. Campbell", meet Chef Cordell McGary (www.chefcordell.com) who is using his love of cooking to pursue his mission to eliminate "food deserts" in underpriviledged and challenged neighborh
In our Beauty In/Beauty Out segment, Parish M. Blair will spend time again with Dr. Thelma Champion (www.teamchampionwellness.com) and learn even more about Ageless Beauty.
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COSMIC JUSTICE: Chiism believes that recompense occurs in another life, the deserts of one's deeds are reaped in the next incarnation. The argument is not whether it is based on fact or not. The argument is does such a principle encourage good behavior and moral discipline, and does it create in humans the acceptance that we must pursue positive engagement in life to achieve a higher level of existence anywhere? Let's talk about it!
ENVISION THIS...Deserts shrinking instead of expanding, being revitalized with forests, food plants, fertile soil, wildlife, and adequate rainfall. This is the vision in Masanobu Fukuoka's posthumous book, SOWING SEEDS IN THE DESERT, translated and edited by his longtime friend and our guest, Larry Korn. Fukuoka was not only an agricultural genius who produced rice and enhanced the soil of his farm without fertilizer, irrigation, herbicides, or pesticides. He was al
NFM Now Faith Ministries Radioblog is having Our Forth Member on who does the Radioblog Ministries, Faith Dean and she will be doing her Testimony with Genesis 50:20 which says "But as for you, ye thought evil against me; but God meant it unto good, to bring to pass, as it is this day, to save much people alive." Isaiah 43:2-3 which says, "When you pass through the waters, I will be with you; and when you pass through the rivers, they will not sweep over you. When you walk through the fire, you will not be burned; the flames will not set you ablaze. For I am the Lord, your God," And Isaiah 43:18-19 which says, "Remember ye not the former things, neither consider the things of old. Behold, I will do a new thing; now it shall spring forth; shall ye not know it? I will even make a way in the wilderness, and rivers in the deserts."