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  • 02:02

    Bernard Johnson Dying in Jail

    in Politics Progressive

    Bernard Johnson  Dying in Jail.

  • 00:30

    11212015 A dying world, a loving Jesus.

    in Religion

    Join Bro. J. O. Sparks at 11:00 PM(EST) as he preaches a message titled, " A dying world, a loving Jesus." When we as the church show lack of concern for the lost and dying world on its way to an eternal hell, and yet run the church aisles and act so Holy and Righteous, we are hypocrits. A hypocrit isn't someone who goes to church and continues to sin, but someone who lives a life dedicated to self a servent of God with their lips and not their hearts.

  • 00:14

    Author Angela A Dockter on Death and Dying

    in Women

    Angela shares on the topic of death and dying and her two books on this topic. "Dance in the Rain: His Joy Comes in the Mourning" and "A Tribute to Life and Love."

  • 01:15

    Death, Dying and The Angels! ...Plus Your Calls!

    in Spirituality

    Hosts Susanne Warnett, Pamela Jones and Rose Fulhorst discuss: "Death, Dying and The Angels"...

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  • 00:15

    On Death and Dying

    in Fitness

    Recently my mother-in-law transitioned; thankfully most things were in order so I'm sharing with you a few things to add to your checklist to make transitions easier. 

  • 00:21

    Gradual Dying and End-of-Life Care, Part 4

    in Self Help

    This podcast will help you get ready to face the inevitable unpleasant things that will happen in your life -- things like trouble, suffering, sickness, and death -- the death of people you love and your own death. 

    The Bible says in  1 Corinthians 15:51-52: "Behold, I shew you a mystery; We shall not all sleep, but we shall all be changed, In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump: for the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed."

    The featured quote for this episode is from Benjamin Franklin. He said, "Fear not death for the sooner we die, the longer we shall be immortal."

    Our topic for today is titled "Gradual Dying and End-of-Life Care (Part 4)" from the book, "The Art of Dying: Living Fully into the Life to Come" by Rob Moll. 

    --- Are Christians Too Pro-Life? 

    A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that people of religious faith (95 percent of whom were Christians) were three times more likely to choose aggressive medical treatment at the end of their lives, even though they knew they were dying and that the treatments were unlikely to lengthen their lives. The study determined “that relying upon religion to cope with terminal cancer may contribute to receiving aggressive medical care near death.” One of the researchers told me, “patients who received outside clergy visits had worse quality of death scores in comparison to those who did not.” In other words, our churches are not teaching us to die well. Why? 


  • 00:17

    Gradual Dying and End-of-Life Care, Part 1

    in Self Help

    The Bible says in John 11:25-26: "Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live: And whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die. Believest thou this?"

    The featured quote for this episode is from Anaïs Nin. She said, "People living deeply have no fear of death."

    Our topic for today is titled "Gradual Dying and End-of-Life Care (Part 1)" from the book, "The Art of Dying: Living Fully into the Life to Come" by Rob Moll. And, I want to remind you to take advantage of our special offer. If you enjoy this podcast, please feel free to purchase a copy of this book -- "The Art of Dying" by Rob Moll. It is available on our website for just $20. 

    While 20th-century medicine drastically changed how we die, it has also had a more subtle — but no less profound — effect. Because of modern medicine, dying often takes a long time. One study found that most elderly are diagnosed as having a disease three years before it will eventually end their lives. On top of that a Rand study found that “Americans will usually spend two or more of their final years disabled enough to need someone else to help with routine activities of daily living because of chronic illness.” Long before we are visiting loved ones on their deathbed, we may be helping them cook, clean and use the bathroom. 


  • 02:34

    Dying Cemetery

    in Entertainment

    February is Black History Month, and a site filled with black history, the final resting place for a who's who of prominent black South Floridians, is in Miami. Also resting there are blacks born into slavery, but good luck finding many of their graves. And even worse, part of the cemetery may be sold to pay back taxes owed on the property. What is going on there?.""Dying Cemetery."

    B.J. Chisvar: "You have Gwen Cherry over here."

    If you care about the black people who helped shape South Florida...

    B.J. Chisvar: "The Rolles, the Bullards, the who's who in the black community."

    Then you might care about where they are buried.

    B.J. Chisvar: "Oh yeah, D.A. Dorsey. First African-American millionaire in the South."

    You might want to see their gravesites, but it's not easy.

    Gloria Fisher: "That's a shame for God. Something really needs to be done right here about that grave."Paster Vizion Jones brings us this heart breaking story . How could we let this happen.. This is the story. Dying Cemetery Is this how we treat our army Vet? Former Chairman of the Miami Dade Democratic Party Army intelligence veteran

    BJ Chiszar will be our guest. The owner may come on but she is in hospice. NEWS Report Go Fund Me Campaign

  • 00:17

    Gradual Dying and End-of-Life Care, Part 3

    in Self Help

    This podcast will help you get ready to face the inevitable unpleasant things that will happen in your life -- things like trouble, suffering, sickness, and death -- the death of people you love and your own death. 

    The Bible says in  Romans 6:23: "For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord."

    The featured quote for this episode is from Ernest Hemingway. He said, "Every man's life ends the same way. It is only the details of how he lived and how he died that distinguish one man from another."

    Our topic for today is titled "Gradual Dying and End-of-Life Care (Part 3)" from the book, "The Art of Dying: Living Fully into the Life to Come" by Rob Moll. 

    --- Miracle Makers 

    Despite the opportunities of gradual dying, some Christian thinkers and theologians have tended to focus on the challenging questions of bioethics—how and when to apply or withdraw medical technology. At the same time, individual Christians have often placed their hope in the effectiveness of medical therapies to delay death. 

    Gradual dying means we must be ever wiser regarding our use of medical treatments, particularly when these interventions are designed to treat sudden emergencies such as car accidents and heart attacks, not necessarily diseases of old age. While CPR, ventilators or radical surgery may be appropriate for an otherwise healthy fifty-year-old man who happens to have clogged arteries, the procedures may not be wise on a frail eighty-five-year-old. 

    Or they might be. The use of medicine to cure or slow the advance of a disease can be a compelling and effective option amid the uncertainty of an elderly person's long decline. 


  • 00:47

    Zen and the Art of Dying: The Film's Director Broderick Fox

    in Movies

    Broderick Fox’s award-winning narrative, experimental, and documentary works present challenging, socially relevant issues through accessible, character-driven storytelling and have screened in over 50 international festivals. Fox’s last feature documentary The Skin I’m In (2012) had its world premiere at the Byron Bay International Film Festival in Australia, where he met Zenith Virago. She was an audience member who approached him after the screening, and their shared sensibilities and interests precipitated an immediate connection, leading to Fox's latest documentary, Zen and the Art of Dying.  Zenith is an activist and educator who for over 20 years has been leading Australia towards a more communal, celebratory, and creative engagement with death and dying. From her origins as a young mother in the UK, to her present day identity as a lesbian, feminist, and self-described deathwalker in the idyllic seaside town of Byron Bay, Her Zenith’s personal and professional experiences quietly challenge our core assumptions about life and dissolve our taboos around death. More information on the film and the natural death care movement.

    Visit NicholasSnow.TV for videos, and NicholasSnow.com for everything else!  This episode's main sponsors are Desert AIDS Project and Lulu California Bistro.

  • The Kerri Edelman Show presents Hard Rock Band Art of Dying

    in Rock Music

    There is an old saying which claims that great art is 90% perspiration and 10% inspiration. The truth though is that exceptional creativity is nurtured by a complexly brewed combination of unswerving dedication and God-given talent. It’s a fact no better illustrated than by the history of Vancouver’s hard-rockers ART OF DYING and their talismanic frontman Jonny Hetherington. What ART OF DYING has been able to create is muscular, vivacious hard-rock bursting with lung-shattering choruses and a sincerity that is impossible to fake. Equally at home with a lead-fingered riff or a deft slow-burner, there is an ease of breadth in AOD’s repertoire that would send most of their peers salad-green with envy. Gradually, Hetherington’s ambitions grew beyond his local sidewalk and he began to seek out like-minded collaborators that he could expand his already impressive template with. Drummer Jeff Brown was swiftly recruited and he and Hetherington set about formulating the powerful nucleus of what ART OF DYING would soon become. It was recordings of those initial sessions that would eventually find their way into the hands on DISTURBED’s Dan Donegan - a guitarist with both a fine personal pedigree and a keen ear for new talent. Plucked from relative obscurity, the band introduced guitarist Tavis Stanley and bassist Cale Gontier to their ranks on the eve of the run with DISTURBED - the quartet playing onstage together for the very first time during the soundcheck of the opening show of the tour. Now, with a critically-acclaimed and widely-played major label debut under their belts, ART OF DYING are returning with new long-player RISE UP, their most imperious effort to date and, by the band’s own admission the truest representation of their sound they’ve ever distilled, which was produced by David Bendeth (Bring Me The Horizon, Breaking Benjamin, Of Mice & Men). For more information, visit www.artofdyingmusic.com

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