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  • 01:01

    Sajdah and Moor Really show with American Ninja Warrior Rashad Richardson

    in Religion

    Sajdah and Moor Really Show speaks to Rashad Richardson businessman and American Ninja Warrior.

  • 02:11

    STATE OF THE BLACK PARENT W/ SHAUNES RICHARDSON (Blogtalkradio)

    in Current Events

    We have a scheduled event for Saturday, September 19. 
    Get Your Tickets or Donate on:  www.blackparentsnow.org

    Our topic on Much Matters Monday will be: "How Far Have We Progress Since Hurricane Katrina"   This week is the Decade Marking of this Tragic Event in the Bayou, Mississippi & Alabama area.  We know the Bayou State had it the Worst.  

    Dial (914)803-4571  
    Care to Share!  We're you or/and your family was in the storm.  Did you aid those doing this tragesty?  Did you have encounters in the aftermath?   How did your  children or elders respond and recover from this tragesty then & now?   What was too offensive of the term "Refugee"?

    Dial by Phone or Tune in the Chat Room
    Tune in while serving dinner/ supper to your family, getting off from work, or wind down time to catch up on much happening.  Layman (Novice) BlogTalkRadio Show that is Informative.  State of the Black Parent w/ Shaunes Richardson discuss current events & topics that affect the Education, Economics, & Enterprise of the Alkebulan Bloodline.


    Topic: 10 Year Mark of Hurricane Katrina


    Call in as a survivor, aide, or concerned of Hurricane Katrina Catastrophe


    Dial (914)803-4571

  • 00:46

    True origin and history of the martial arts by MASTER T. RICHARDSON pt 3 of 6

    in Radio

    True origin and history of the martial arts with GRAND MASTER  Terryl Richardson


    It is common place for people to say that martial arts originated in the far east (China, Japan). On occasion, I have heard people come close to the correct point of origin by saying Greece. With that I asked myself, “If it is true that every culture that had a need for any army had a form of martial arts, then why would it not be logical that martial arts originated where MAN originated?” I have come to learn that martial arts hieroglyphics appeared on the walls of Egyptian tombs 3,400 years B.C., before the arts arose in China and Japan. These hieroglyphics are found on the ancient temple of Karnak in Egypt. Every nation, or “tribe” in Africa has its own complex and complete martial arts styles and these styles can be seen all over the world.


    There are many people who would argue that Greece contains the oldest records of combative arts such as wrestling, boxing, and Pankration. The Greeks began the practice of wrestling around 776 B.C. By that time Egypt was already ancient. It is known to scholars that the name Greece derives from an ancient name for Africa, “Nigrecia”. Present day scholars of what is commonly known as Greco-Roman wrestling attribute the origins of their sport to illustrations discovered on the walls of tombs at a region of ancient Egypt called Mahez, which has been renamed “Beni Hasan”, or “hill of the son of the Hasan family”. At Beni Hasan, in four separate tombs, there are hundreds of paintings on limestone walls that for the most part, have since decayed. 

  • 00:46

    True origin and history of the martial arts by MASTER T. RICHARDSON pt 4 OF 6

    in Radio

    True origin and history of the martial arts with GRAND MASTER  Terryl Richardson


    It is common place for people to say that martial arts originated in the far east (China, Japan). On occasion, I have heard people come close to the correct point of origin by saying Greece. With that I asked myself, “If it is true that every culture that had a need for any army had a form of martial arts, then why would it not be logical that martial arts originated where MAN originated?” I have come to learn that martial arts hieroglyphics appeared on the walls of Egyptian tombs 3,400 years B.C., before the arts arose in China and Japan. These hieroglyphics are found on the ancient temple of Karnak in Egypt. Every nation, or “tribe” in Africa has its own complex and complete martial arts styles and these styles can be seen all over the world.


    There are many people who would argue that Greece contains the oldest records of combative arts such as wrestling, boxing, and Pankration. The Greeks began the practice of wrestling around 776 B.C. By that time Egypt was already ancient. It is known to scholars that the name Greece derives from an ancient name for Africa, “Nigrecia”. Present day scholars of what is commonly known as Greco-Roman wrestling attribute the origins of their sport to illustrations discovered on the walls of tombs at a region of ancient Egypt called Mahez, which has been renamed “Beni Hasan”, or “hill of the son of the Hasan family”. At Beni Hasan, in four separate tombs, there are hundreds of paintings on limestone walls that for the most part, have since decayed. 

  • 00:29

    Diane Ashley on Win's Women of Wisdom

    in Motivation

    On Win's Women of Wisdom today, Best-Selling Author, Win Kelly Charles welcomes Diane Ashley. She holds a Master’s degree in professional counseling from Liberty University. She also has first-hand experience with emotional trauma. Although a survivor of child abuse, her greatest challenge with grief and loss came when her oldest son drowned. Diane has spent much of her life helping those who hurt. She has assisted low income youth and adults with free counseling services, and gives emotional support to those who have suffered trauma. The purpose of Diane’s book, How to Help Someone Who is Grieving, is to help others who grieve, enlighten people to what grief really is, and teach helpers what some of the positives and some of the not so positives are, when interacting with someone who hurts. Shortly after its release, the book was adopted by the Sparks Nevada Sheriff’s Department as a training tool to help officers hurting after the loss of deputy’s within their department, and to also train in how to help someone dealing with grief. Currently, Diane lives with her husband Ron, and their two German Shepherds whom her husband fondly refers to as “their kids”. To learn more about Diane email her at rdmatrix@gmail.com. To learn more about your host visit http://www.authorwincharles.com/ and be sure to FOLLOW this program http://www.blogtalkradio.com/winswomenofwisdom

  • 00:13

    Aug. 25, 2015, 10pm (PDT) - Near Death Experiences with Diane Corcoran

    in Paranormal

    Diane Corcoran, R.N., Ph.D. Col. USA (Ret) is the current (2012) president of the International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS) organization. She received her Ph.D in Nursing management from the University of Texas in 1981.


    Corcoran became interested in near-death phenomena in 1969, as an army field nurse in Vietnam, when injured soldiers first started telling her about them. She left the military to pursue her doctorate at the University of Texas at Austin and to continue her interest in near-death phenomena-- particularly as experienced by soldiers and by children. Corcoran is a contributor to When Ego Dies: A Compilation of Near-Deathand Mystical Conversion Experiences and the lead investigator in the Combat Veteran NDE Project.

  • 00:26

    Welcome Back ~ Dr. Karlene Richardson

    in Motivation

    Post Valentine Day Follow Up. Welcome to The Dr. Karlene Richardson Show. A place where we welcome topics that are controversial or ones we prefer to "sweep under the rug."


    Join Dr. Richardson as she discusses the issues that are relevant to the developing productive relationships. 


    Today, listen in as Dr. Richardson speak about the different types of self esteem. And how to loving yourself is the foundation of healthy relationships with others.


     


     

  • 00:45

    True origin and history of the martial arts by MASTER T. RICHARDSON pt 1 of 6

    in Education

    True origin and history of the martial arts with GRAND MASTER  Terryl Richardson


    It is common place for people to say that martial arts originated in the far east (China, Japan). On occasion, I have heard people come close to the correct point of origin by saying Greece. With that I asked myself, “If it is true that every culture that had a need for any army had a form of martial arts, then why would it not be logical that martial arts originated where MAN originated?” I have come to learn that martial arts hieroglyphics appeared on the walls of Egyptian tombs 3,400 years B.C., before the arts arose in China and Japan. These hieroglyphics are found on the ancient temple of Karnak in Egypt. Every nation, or “tribe” in Africa has its own complex and complete martial arts styles and these styles can be seen all over the world.


    There are many people who would argue that Greece contains the oldest records of combative arts such as wrestling, boxing, and Pankration. The Greeks began the practice of wrestling around 776 B.C. By that time Egypt was already ancient. It is known to scholars that the name Greece derives from an ancient name for Africa, “Nigrecia”. Present day scholars of what is commonly known as Greco-Roman wrestling attribute the origins of their sport to illustrations discovered on the walls of tombs at a region of ancient Egypt called Mahez, which has been renamed “Beni Hasan”, or “hill of the son of the Hasan family”. At Beni Hasan, in four separate tombs, there are hundreds of paintings on limestone walls that for the most part, have since decayed. 

  • 01:34

    Who Is Leading Who? The Finale From A Pastoral Perspective

    in Relationships

    Join me this Monday for the FINALE featuring my special guest Pastor Paul Sheppard.

    We've talked about "it", now we will hear from Pastor Paul to get a pastoral perspective.

    Paul Earl Sheppard has been preaching since his teens and has been in pastoral ministry since 1982. He served as associate pastor of West Oak Lane Church of God in Philadelphia, PA for 7 years and as senior pastor of Abundant Life Christian Fellowship in Mountain View, CA for 20 years. Under Pastor Paul’s visionary leadership, Abundant Life became one of the largest and most culturally diverse congregations in northern CA. In October, 2010 he founded Destiny Christian Fellowship with the vision of reaching and discipling thousands for Christ in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond.

    Pastor Paul is a native of Philadelphia, PA. He studied at the University of Pennsylvania, the Center for Urban Theological Studies, and the Southern CA School of Ministry, from which he earned a Master in Ministry degree and was later honored with a Doctorate of Divinity.

    An effective communicator of God’s Word, Pastor Paul is widely known for his practical and dynamic teaching style which helps people apply the timeless truths of Scripture to their everyday lives. He serves as speaker for the radio and online broadcast Destined For Victory. In addition, he is an author whose latest book Why God Created Dads helps fathers, grandfathers, and father figures understand and embrace the significant role God has given them to play in the lives of their children and families.

    Pastor Paul and his wife, Meredith, were married in 1982.

  • 00:58

    Values Based Leadership

    in Relationships

    Dr. Mark H. Anshel is professor emeritus at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tennessee (USA). Dr. Anshel received a Bachelor of Science degree in education from Illinois State University, a Master of Arts degree from McGill University (Montreal) and a Ph.D. from Florida State University (Ph.D.) in performance psychology. Dr. Anshel has 140 research articles published in scientific journals, and numerous books and book chapters in the areas of sport psychology, exercise psychology, and coping with stress. His books include Applied Health Fitness Psychology, Applied Exercise Psychology: A Practitioner’s Guide to Improving Client Health and Fitness (2006), and Sport Psychology: From Theory to Practice (5th ed.). Dr. Anshel has worked as a consultant for the Murfreesboro Police Department for six years in the areas of wellness and stress management. In more recent years of his career Dr. Anshel has developed, validated (in several journal publications), and authored research articles and book chapters on the Disconnected Values Model. The model posits that people are motivated to change their unhealthy habits when they identify an inconsistency, or “disconnect,” between their unhealthy actions and their values (e.g., health, family, faith, integrity, happiness, among others). Behavior change is more likely when the long-term consequences of maintaining unhealthy habits – maintaining the disconnect – are acknowledged and viewed as unacceptable.


    His work with skilled athletes, law enforcement, and highly successful corporate clients over the years indicated a clear need to reexamine our culture’s tendency to recognize success without acknowledging, even celebrating, failure as an integral part of achievement and success. To winners, failure is a gift.