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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!
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!
Tonight we go over the pagan monotheism Christianity, Jesus and his crucifixion..."why, me, why? "
God and his mental illness.
Who are the Angels and why did they sit on their asses.
A wonderful interview with david Silverman on the upcoming convention and all the amazing speakers. The way that American Atheists goes all ut for a convention, and speaking up as atheists.
Mental Health, are, should we, can we dare talk about what ails us, and what can we do to fix it.
This week I go into what it was like being on lockdown at Kent State University, on the same day shootings took place at fort Hood.
Jon Anderson and his plea for help, after a law suit that made him move and a heart attack that crippled his abillity to work.
Does America have a sick obsession with guns?
Should Congress get a raise?
Do some men need to shut the up about feminism?
As a victim/survivor of sexual assault, you may have some of the following feelings...
Anger, Fear, Guilt, Loss of control, Powerlessness, Embarrassment, Depression, Isolation, Denial, Shame, Disbelief, Self-blame, Emotional shock
You may experience some or all of the above feelings. This is natural and every victim/survivor of sexual assault responds differently. (http://www.connsacs.org/seeksupport/assaulted.htm)
Remember, you are not alone and you are not to blame for what happened.
"Healing may not be so much about getting better, as about letting go of everything that isn't you - all of the expectations, all of the beliefs - and becoming who you are." - Rachel Naomi Remen
Laura Cordes is the executive director of the Connecticut Sexual Assault Crisis Services (CONNSACS), the coalition of the the state's nine community based sexual assault crisis services programs and Connecticut's leading voice to end sexual violence. An advocate and organizer for over twenty years, Laura has worked on numerous women’s health public policy initiatives including a two year effort to ensure access to emergency contraception for rape victims in all of Connecticut's hospitals and the development of a coalition that led to the creation of the state's Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner Program. She is a statutory member of the State of Connecticut's Criminal Justice Policy Advisory Commission, the Commission on the Standardization of the Collection of Evidence in Sexual Assault Investigations and the newly created Governor's Victim’s Rights Enforcement Advisory Commission.
Author Yvette Allen Tatum is back to visit with us as part of her WNL virtual book tour. Yvette will chat with us about her book, I Didn't Know!
About the book:
“I Didn’t Know” is for more than just an audience of one. If you look to your left, look to your right, or directly in the mirror, you will see or know someone who has been sexually abused… even if you look in the mirror, and the person is YOU! More than the tragedy of sexual abuse is the tragedy of the silence of sexual abuse. It must be talked about. Our stories have to be shared; someone’s life is literally depending upon YOU to BREAK THE IGNORANCE OF SILENCE! “I Didn’t Know” brings to the forefront the many hidden faces of child sexual abuse. The author, Yvette L. Allen-Tatum, shares not only her story, but the compelling testimonies of others–everyone from the actual victim, to the offender, to those who standby by in disbelief and allow these heinous crimes against our children to continue. Our voices have to be heard, our children must be free or freed to tell the TRUTH: that someone touched them. Who can they run to? Will it be you?
About the author:
Yvette is a graduate of Grace Christian College where she earned her Masters of Divinity and a Bachelor of Arts in Theology. She is also a graduate of University of Richmond, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a Concentration in Finance and a Minor in Leadership Studies. In addition, she has 30 plus years of experience in income tax preparation and bookkeeping. As the Founder of Surrounded by Faith Ministries, Yvette has had the opportunity to touch and transform the lives of many women with the Word of God. This mighty Woman of God has a prophetic teaching anointing which has enabled her to cross many boundaries.
Talkng about Sex,Ding Dong The Phelps is dead. Atheist topics.
Show Host: Rachel Johnson
Host: Judi Blachley Description: What to recognize when someone is suicidal; Mike's story Judi Blatchley, a native of Savannah, Georgia, began her support ministry at age 6 when a young lady in her dance class was stricken with meningitis and died quickly from the disease. Through the years, she reached out to many more who experienced grief needing her empathy and compassion. Volunteering with families of head trauma patients, she developed a better understanding of the griev
"Is not this simpler? Is this not your natural state? It's the unspoken truth of Americans: that you crave subjugation. The bright lure of freedom diminishes your life's joy in a mad scramble for prosperity, for identity....you were made to be ruled. In the end, you will always kneel."
"Not to men like you."
"There are no men like me."
"There are always men like you."
"Look to your Tea Partier, my fellow Americans; let him be an example."