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  • 00:25

    "Single For A Season" by Clara Peters

    in Women

    Join me as we talk about Singleness, on February 15, 2015 @ 5:00 PM CST.


    The dial in number  is 718-508-9987.


    You can also listen by clicking the listen for this broadcast.


    Ilook forward to meeting you on line.  


    God Bless You Much Love Pastor Peters 


     

  • 00:19

    Mother's Day with Clara L Peters

    in Women

    Join me on Sunday, May 10, 2015 at 1:00 P CST for Mother's Day Brunch.  


    What is a mother?


    You can listen via computer or dial in to (718)508-9987.


    thank You in advance


    God Bless You Much Love Pastor Peter

  • 01:54

    The Last Seven Sayings of Jesus on the Cross by Clara L Peters and Guest

    in Women

     


    Join Clara L Peters Ministries as the Host of Women of Divine Distinction Blog Talk Radio Show 2015 Good Friday Service “The Last Seven Sayings of Jesus on the Cross”


    “Father, Forgive them, For they know not what they DO”


    "TODAY YOU SHALL BE WITH ME IN PARADISE.”


    “WOMAN BEHOLD YOUR SON….BEHOLD YOUR MOTHER.”


    "MY GOD, MY GOD WHY HAVE YOU FORSAKEN ME?”


    “I THIRST”


    "IT IS FINISHED"


    "FATHER, INTO YOUR HANDS I COMMEND MY SPIRIT.”


    We will begin at 4:00PM CST. The call in number is 718-508-9987.


    You can connect with the host, Clara L. Peters via Face Book under her name.  We look forward to having you join us.


    God Bless You Much Love 

  • 00:23

    On the Air With Susan Peters

    in Entertainment

     


    Susan D. Peters, a native of Chicago’s south side, is a graduate of DuSable High School and DePaul University. Always adventurous, Susan’s curiosity lured her to Liberia, West Africa for eleven years. Her family’s escape during the brutal Liberian Civil War is the spellbinding account of her memoir, Sweet Liberia, Lessons from the Coal Pot. Sweet Liberia, received the 2010 Black Excellence Award for Non-Fiction by the African American Alliance of Chicago and in 2011 the book was awarded a prize for Non-Fiction from the Illinois Press Women's Association.
     


    Broken Dolls, Susan’s second book, represents her foray into the mystery market and is the first of a series featuring Detective Joi Sommers as its heroine. Additionally her work is featured in three anthologies, Baring It All, the Ins and Outs of Publishing, Signed, Sealed, Delivered … I’m Yours, a romance anthology running the gambit of nice and naughty and The Anthology of the Illinois Woman’s Press Association.


     


    Susan currently and produces and hosts a weekly talk radio program on WVON1690AM and manages community relations at a prestigious academic medical center. In addition to her busy career, she has raised five children and is a proud grandmother.

  • 00:34

    A Gentle Approach to Meditation: Diana Lang

    in Self Help

    Diana Lang is my guest today and she understands the fears that block most people from meditation effectively.  Her instructions on how to remove them are so simple and delightful that it almost seems unfair that we get results so quickly.


    The benefits don't stop there.  Lang also understands and gently leads us to the ultimate benefit...The experience of the loving reality that already embraces us all.  This is a great show for all of those who enjoy and who are seeking the joy and benefits of meditation. 

  • 01:08

    Sasquatch Watch Radio Welcomes Diana Almendariz

    in Science

    Join us Tuesday night June 16, 2015 at 9pm eastern as we welcome Diana Almendariz to the show! Diana is of Patwin Wintun, Nisenan Maidu, Hupa, Aztec, Cherokee, English and Irish origins.   The federal government recognizes her as 3/8 Californian Indian.  She is a total of ¾ Native North and Central American heritage. She creates tule duck decoys and made them for the Oakland Museum.  There are particular decoys she made as replicas of the Lovelock Cave duck decoys, which is the same cave the guano harvesters found the red headed giants.  Interesting to note, as native people, they have always crossed paths with the giants.  She will talk about areas that were considered  ‘wild’ and where the mountain/forest people live.  They were not to go in those areas--it was not their territory.  It belonged to the other Indians—which were known to all of us as bigfoot.  As a Maidu descendant, they called them Kombu. 
    Whenever you gather in their area, you leave an offering.  This could be food or something you like.  It is a type of ‘thank you’.  It isn’t an offering dedicated or intentional for a bigfoot.  It is an offering to the earth and its creatures.  If you don’t offer it, it’s not good for ‘your’ spirit. She has observed some researchers refer to this as gifting or feeding.  If you happen to go into their territory and you don’t ‘offer’, you are not viewed as welcome.  This is what she sees as them making it difficult and being stubborn.  This should be a very interesting and informative show, join us and enjoy!


     


     

  • 01:01

    Project Empowerment - Diana Lang

    in Self Help

    Project Empowerment is delighted to have on author, Diana Lang to discuss her new book, "Opening to Meditation: A Gentle, Guided Approach".


    While the many benefits of meditation on the mind and body are becoming more widely known, it can still be perceived as an abstract and mystifying practice. Opening to Meditation bypasses myths and mysteries to demonstrate that meditation can – and should be – as simple as breathing. “Meditation is easy,” says Diana. “You can do it right now, right where you are. It is not mysterious or esoteric. It is your natural birthright as a human being.”


    Diana Lang is a spiritual teacher and counselor and the director/owner ofLifeWorks - Center for Growth in Los Angeles,California. She has been teaching meditation and yoga since 1980 and conducts seminars in the United States and internationally on meditation, body awareness, stress reduction, and relationship development. 


    To learn more about Diana and her work, please visit: www.dianalang.com


     

  • 00:18

    Author Diana Lang discusses OPENING TO MEDITATION on #ConversationsLIVE

    in Books

    Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Diana Lang to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss her new book OPENING TO MEDITATION and what it's been like to share what she has benefited from with others.

  • 00:57

    Allison Semmes (Diana Ross Lead in Motown the Musical US) + MORE

    in Entertainment

    Tune in Monday at 9:00 PM ET as Stacey B. of H. Blu's Word interviews the Diana Ross lead in Motown the Musical US, Allison Semmes.


    Chicago Native Allison Semmes is the embodiment of grace and glamour. Her entire presence and aura is reminiscent of the class and demeanor that exuded from the iconic songtresses like Lena Horne, Josephine Baker and Diana Ross. 

    To see Allison bring Diana Ross to life night after night in the Hit Broadway Musical - Motown the Musical is almost like watching the real Diana Ross come alive right before your eyes. From the moment Allison steps on stage she becomes the embodiment of one of the greatest female singers of our time - Diana Ross. 


    The dynamic singer/actress’ notable Broadway credits have also included the cultural smash hit show, The Book of Mormon. Allison's national touring credit also included the Award-winning musical The Color Purple. Semmes regional credits included Dreamgirls, Bubbling Brown Sugar, The Wiz, and Candide. She holds a Masters of Music degree from NYU Steinhardt. For more information go to allisonsemmes.com or @ladysemmes on Twitter.


    Tour Schedule for Motown the Musical US

  • 00:24

    CHI FOR YOURSELF guest: Diana Lang

    in Self Help

    Meditation takes center stage on this week’s CHI FOR YOURSELF when we welcome Diana Lang. She’s the author of "Opening to Meditation: A Gentle, Guided Approach",  and the owner and director of the Lifeworks Center for Growth in Los Angeles, where she lives. She's also active in a variety of nonprofit international efforts to teach meditation and yoga.


    Diana writes for meditators of all levels of experience, and she reminds us that meditation teaches us to reconnect with the self and to tap into the limitless potential within us.

  • 00:29

    Michigan Literary Network Radio 7/29/15-guest Diana Hirsch

    in Books

    Today's guest is Diana Hirsch, writer, author, and Zentangle Teacher.


    About Diana Hirsch:


    At the ripe age of 4, Diana wrote an epic tale of biblical porportions about Noah's Ark. She chose that subject because she loved to draw animals. Since those humble beginnings, her work has been published in newpapers, magazines and anthologies. She is the author of "Lessons from Dad: A Letter to You," "Mom, Star Trek and Las Vegas: A Grand Adventure," and "Jimmy the Burglar."


    Diana is a proud member of the National Federation of Press Women, and the 2011 NaNoWriMo event.


    Check her out in advance of our inteview at www.wolfhowlings.wordpress.com.