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B.L.I.F. Network presents Life Touch with our host Evangelist Owen Bruce. Our Life Touch broadcasts are designed to be a devotional time where those who tune in can receive a touch from God through prayer and the Word of God. This episode we will read and base our prayer on John 20:24-31. There are times that we can struggle with doubt and disbelief, but God is so compassionate that He confronts our disbelief with the truth of who He is. For when God reveals Himself to you, you can say, "Goodbye disbelief!"
"But these are written, that ye might believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing ye might have life through his name." (John 20:31, ESV)
TONIGHT: Anita Ekberg Dies, Jesus writes in, Suspend your disbelief, Dying from cancer is good, The Archies controversy, and much more as we near the end of our run of shows here in BTR
One of the characteristics of complete imaan or faith is that a person hates to return to disbelief (kufr) in the same way that one would hate to thrown into a fire.
How many of us became Muslim but still desire our old ways, destructive character traits, and evil environments? Imam Na'eem Abdullah will host a discussion on this critical topic!
What's more unbelievable, zombies or the way that van fell off the bridge on the last episode of the Walking Dead? James Mattern thinks Elsa's days are numbered on American Horror Story. Chris and James also talk about that Aaliyah Lifetime movie that everyone was tweeting about. Homeland didn't stink and neither did Newsroom! Great week for TV.
Some very smart journalists and sports talk radio hosts have been downright dismissive of the possibility of LeBron James returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers. What part of "unrestricted free agent" did they not get?
The LeBron story is front and center today because of the possibility that he might return to the Cavs.
A plugged in source told me he believes that chances of Decision II being known as Redemption Night are about 75 percent. Naturally, this has folks in Miami in disbelief and denial, and folks in Cleveland in a different stage of disbelief. They are so snakebitten in Cleveland, they don't want to believe it could happen because of the chance that they'll end up being let down. They are fatalistic in Cleveland, in case you hadn't heard.
But the fact remains that a James/Cavs reunion is quite possible, as I discussed in this interview with Joe Llull, Anthony Lima and Dustin Fox on 92.3-The Fan in Cleveland.
Stay informed! Tune in each Sunday at 5:30 p.m. CDT. Kori tells you who you missed, but shouldn't have, and who you don't want to miss.
Christine Amsden joins Kori for a lively chat about suspending disbelief when writing fantasy. Join the conversation!
To anyone who hasn’t lost their parents, here’s some news – you never get over it'
This is an excert from an artical written for the Guardian.com Entitled They're my parents. I miss them by: Eleni Kyriacou:Friday 9 December 2011 19.05 EST
On a bitterly cold April morning in 1998, my father died of a heart attack. The shock of his death was like a punch to the stomach. It was the first bereavement I'd experienced up close. For weeks, a cloak of confusion, rage and disbelief descended. By contrast, my mother's death, five years later, held no shock. It arrived clearly signposted, with a predictability that was agonising: diagnosis, scan, operation, false hope, radiotherapy, hospice, morphine, death.
At 39 I'd become an adult orphan, a member of the club that nobody wants to join but most will. One parent dying was devastating; but when my mother died it changed me for ever. I felt anchorless, as if I was no longer anyone's child. I may have looked the same but something inside me shifted.
A friend likens being an adult orphan to being the only tree left standing in a forest. I know what she means. For me it's as if my roots have been hacked away: my parents are the reason I'm here, what held me up. They had been the one stable point during my whole life, the constant. Yes, I'm an adult and can stand alone. But there are times I still need my mother and father, times I feel very alone.
Join Uptown and Zaiyah as they discuss this and other important topics on this weeks edition of Zaiyah's House.
Herb will discuss the gut wrenching loss to Seattle.
How do the Packers move on from this?
Packer fans are in disbelief. We'll discuss how a fan can move on from this, as tough as it is.
The Milwaukee Brewers trade away Gallardo to the Texas Rangers for much needed younger talent.
The Milwaukee Bucks are in 2nd place. Can they make a run?
Herb will discuss the controversy surrounding the New England Patriots alledged deflation of footballs.
Superbowl preview and predictions.
Herb will preview the the upcoming MLB season and Milwaukees chances this year.
We'll preview the Beloit Snappers upcoming season.
Herb will talk Badger hoops.
103.5 The Herb is now the official voice of the Beloit Snappers! Tune in to meet the new color commentary host, Joe Halferty. Joe will be a great addition to the Snappers team with his knowledge of sports and team spirit. Joe also served our country as a Army Ranger.
Join Herb and Downtown Dadio broadcasting from Studio 54 1/2 overlooking the majestic Rock River on Saturday nights at 6pm WISCONSIN TIME!
When I casually asked my friend Becky about secret turn-ons for women, she didn't hesitate for a second. "Doing the dishes," she responded, as her husband looked at her in disbelief. "That's hot!"
For many women, turn-ons aren't about traditional romantic gestures like getting roses or canoodling during candlelit dinners. Simple, everyday rituals like pitching in with the dishes or having coffee together at sunrise can be downright sexy. (Listen up, fellas, you don't even need to spring for a card.)
Sharon Gilchrest O'Neill, a couples therapist in Mt. Kisco, N.Y., and author of A Short Guide to a Happy Marriage, says, "When a partner can count on these kinds of little loving gestures being ongoing, it really makes for the kind of connection that's absolutely necessary to have a relationship hang on through the good and the bad and all the crazy stuff."
She adds, "Caring gestures make women feel really good. Guys don't realize how important they are for women when it comes to getting turned on in the bedroom. To connect physically, they really need that emotional and mental connection."
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Born out of her own highly public encounter with betrayal and its emotional aftermath, Surviving a Shark Attack (On Land): Overcoming Betrayal and Dealing with Revenge is one of Dr. Laura Schlessinger's most personal books. As Dr. Laura's legion of fans know and appreciate, the radio host, nationally syndicated newspaper columnist, and perennial New York Times bestselling author never skirts controversy, and here she offers an incisive and unsurprisingly plain-speaking look at the hot-button topic of how to deal with the traitorous, backstabbing "sharks" we confront in our personal and professional lives.
"Every single human being on the face of the earth has been betrayed, backstabbed, undermined, screwed over, or had their reputation attacked at least once in their lives," Dr. Laura writes. "It's a horrible experience, leaving you stunned, seared, sad, and very, very angry." When subject to a stealth land shark attack, the first reaction is shock and disbelief. When attempts to shut down the betrayal fail, the typical next response is to strike back. So, what is the source of betrayal and how do you survive it? How do you keep other peoples destructiveness from destroying you?
Why some people are good and some are bad
The motives that drive people to betray their friends and colleagues, including possessiveness, entitlement, competition, defensiveness, greed, jealousy, unhappiness, expedience-and just plain evil
How to know whether you've truly been betrayed, or whether you are at fault for letting it happen
The difference between daydreaming about vengeance (good) and actually seeking revenge (not so good)
Adopting a philosophical approach to revenge
When to forgive and forget (if ever)
Getting on with your life after you've been betrayed
Happy New Year and Happy Playoff Season! At long last, the College Football Playoff inaugural season is coming to an end...and there isn't an SEC team in sight for the championship game. What?! We'll discuss the semifinal results that led to the big matchup of Oregon vs. Ohio State.
We will also welcome back Michelle (@MsMoochelle) as she gives us the keys to an Ohio State victory in the championship. We might even ask her to chime in on some NFL predictions!
Finally, it's NFL playoff season. Who knew Hammy's random selection of Carolina to win might actually be a good pick? LL is still iin disbelief that Dallas is this far into the season and the burning question on everyone's mind: is New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie hanging out in Jerry Jones' suite for the food?
All that and more TONIGHT on "Down and Dirty Sports"!
Starting the New Year off with a topic which many of you may be familiar with, skeptical about, or in flat out disbelief.
According to many conspiracy theorist, extraterrestrial life exists and those life forms have made contact with the governing nations of the world... including our own. It is believed that in the mid to late 1950s President Eisenhower met with these ET's on three seperate occascions and later revised a treaty made in 1933 with the famed Greys.
Just what was this treaty all about? What are these Greys? And what are their motives? Are there other ET's? Tune in to find out in the first addition of our new segemented series, "Conspiracy Theory."
Project Beta: http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/branton/esp_dulcebook12a.htm
Dulce Wars: http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/branton/esp_dulcebook14.htm
Baravian Treaty: http://www.theforbiddenknowledge.com/hardtruth/omegafile04.htm