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Talented Denver rap artist JGRZL will be co-hosting FML with Blunt Queen!! J. Green aka JGRZL is a mile high pioneer on the underground hip hop scene. He is a poet and lyrical genius, with more than a decade under his belt, spreading inspiration and motivation through creative writing is his mission!!
In tonight's broadcast, SEGMENT 1 - I will discuss the latest on A.D. The Bible Continues to include the Beyond A.D. feature that can be seen on NBC.com. SEGMENT 2 - will be the latest in Christian News from around the globe. SEGMENT 3 - will be discussing some upcoming interviews here on The Ed Boston Podcast. SEGMENT 4 - I am leaving open for the leading of the Holy Spirit.
Ed Boston's weekly podcast. I talked about Christian news stories for the first 30 minute segment, including how a nuclear Iran is not in the best interest of Israel, and how ISIS is demanding ransom money to release Christians. Segment two was a recap of A.D. The Bible Continues episode 1. Lots of good information and Bible questionsduring that spot. The 2nd hour and segments 3 and 4 were mostly talking about how the Christian Entertainment industry is doing wonderful things, and we wish Jackie Evancho a happy 15th birthday.
The Managing Madrid Podcast is back, as host Gabe Lezra is joined by Josh Zeitlin and Bozz to discuss Real Madrid's recent form after Los Blancos' 0-0 draw against Atlético Madrid in the Champions League. Real Madrid has been on a better run of form since the side lost to Barcelona in the Camp Nou, and with a second leg against Atlético looming on the horizon, Gabe, Josh and Bozz break down los blancos' title chances. Are things really as bleak as they seam? Will Madrid be able to make it out of the round against Atleti, despite their horrendous record against los colchoneros this year? And if not, what will happen? Is Ancelotti on the cutting block? What about Casillas, Coentrao, and others?
All this and more on this week's Managing Madrid Podcast.
In this episode of the Bless You Boys podcast, HookSlide talks about the West Michigan Whitecaps and the Detroit Tigers with Ryan Schuiling, host of the WBBL Morning Show and color commentator for the West Michigan Whitecaps. Topics include who's hot for the Whitecaps so far, Brad Ausmus' early approval rating, what to do with Joe Nathan, Dave Dombrowski and the bullpen, the improved Tigers defense in 2015, and more.
"In every block of marble I see a statue, see it as plainly as though it stood before me, shaped and perfect in attitude and action. I have only to hew away the rough walls which imprison the lovely apparition to reveal it to other eyes, as mine already see it. " Michelangelo.
When two or more people deeply connect, share a resonant field and make the decision to explore the possibilities to co-envision and co-create something that is much larger than the sum of the parts of what they could envision and create by themselves, they have access to tremendous creative power.
This creative power and potential is available to all of us through engaging the Three Musketeers – “The three I's of Envisioning and Co-Creation". The power and potential of these three I's exponentially expand in all directions when they are intentionally accessed and engaged in spontaneous, synergistic and harmonious relations.
We will explore techniques to access these Three Musketeers and other intelligences available to us when we want to co-envision and co-create. Furthermore, we will realize that being an artist and being creative is related, but not inclusive. We are all born with creative talents; but we are not necessarily all Michelangelo’s. However, through learning how to deeply access these three I’s, we get the opportunity to actively participate in envisioning and co-creative endeavors. We no longer need to be mere spectators and can become shapers of our world.
We live in a conceptual age where we must make sense of the overload information available to us and extract what is useful. The three I’s will assist us in this process.
Join Cherise, George and Scott for DSMA Live with Scott Benner, diabetes advocate, podcaster and storyteller.
About Scott Benner
I'm a stay-at-home dad, a husband, a storyteller, a type I diabetes advocate and an author. I love my family, baseball and sitting in a dark movie theater with my wife Kelly and our children, Cole and Arden.
I've always loved to tell stories but I didn't begin to put the words I felt into written form until I started my blog 'Arden's Day' on August 16, 2007. Five years later I was writing my first book, "Life Is Short, Laundry Is Eternal'.
'Arden's Day' is a look at my daughter's life with type I diabetes from my perspective. A raw, honest reflection of what life is like when you live everyday with a chronic illness. Type I diabetes advocacy has been my passion since I learned how powerful and renewing sharing and community can be to people that live with a chronic illness.
'Life Is Short, Laundry Is Eternal' is my attempt to bring both men and women a look at the other side of their relationship. I began a new life as a stay-at-home dad in 2000 after our first child was born and my experiences have shown me aspects of family life that I never imagined existed.
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