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Obstacle racing has taken over the endurance sports world, upstaging running, triathlon, and everything else. Is it just a fad or a new category? In this episode we speak with Randy Yoho about his Mud Endeavor, a new obstacle mud race coming to Brooksville, Florida on Oct. 6.
Who is your Master? Is life controlling you? Are you aware of how powerful you are? The truth of the human is expansive and it is our endeavor to explor human consciousness, our spiritual roots. It is our only desire to bering truth into life for all people that week. All things are a unique expression and here is our journey one of uniqueness of self a divine expression. Let us hela now the individual then the planet. We are open to all ideas that move us all forward.
Once again, Mick, Lew, and Kristy endeavor to show Mike exactly how much they enjoy the sweet, sweet taste of his Jumbly Wumblies on their tongues as they fight to the death for a chance to gag on Mike's incredible beanbag. Topics covered (much like Kristy, Lew, and Mick will be covering Mike's apple-satchel with their face-holes) will include: Benghazi, Amy's Baking Company, and Sweet Carolina Poon-Tang, or whatever Kristy is calling her hatchery these days.
Are You A Servant?
Rev. Dr. Kenton D. Wiley, is new to the world of Christian Authors. But not the Christian faith. This Man of God is a fourth-generation preacher, and has been deeply involved in ministry for nearly twenty years. In positions such as Usher and Musician, to his current position as Chief Priest at his home church, Promise Land Church Ministries in Baltimore, MD. Dr. Wiley has spent years in the academic arena earning a Bachelors of Arts in Criminal Justice, Masters of Religion, and Doctorate of Divinity. Though Dr. Wiley armed himself with education, he is a firm believer that there is no substitute for the Holy Spirit.
Dr. Wiley is currently releasing a movement sure to impact the Kingdom of God, and every believer seeking higher in the Lord. “AM I A SERVANT?” is the first of many books in the “AM I…” series. In this groundbreaking endeavor, Rev. Dr. Kenton D. Wiley has provided a guide for any Christian, or person, who desires to know the truth about servitude. Dr. Wiley birthed this book after the realization of how far the church, community, and world have moved from serving one another. He believes that in order to truly understand service, we must first look at the greatest servant, Jesus Christ. Throughout the book, Dr. Wiley strategically breaks down how we should serve our church, our community, and our family. Are you a servant? Do you know what a true servant is? Tune-in May 16, 2013 @10 pm CST as we speak with Dr. Wiley on how we all can be taught servitude.
The Triumph Challenge. We Will Overcome Spiritually, What Naturally Oppresses. With God.
VividLife Radio’s Kristen White welcomes Swami Kriyananda, to discuss his years with Yogananda
In 1948 Swami Kriyananda found Yogananda’s now famous Autobiography of a Yogi in New York City, and the next day left on a bus to meet the saint who he felt “was the truest friend I had ever known.” Responding to an irresistible longing in his heart, Kriyananda said to Yogananda, “I want to be your disciple.” This was the most important moment in Kriyananda’s life. At Yogananda’s request, Swami Kriyananda has devoted his life to lecturing and writing, helping others to experience the living presence of God within. He has taught on four continents in seven languages over the course of over 60 years. His teaching, audio and video recordings of his talks and music, and his many books translated into 28 languages have touched the lives of millions.
Swami Kriyananda has taken the ancient teachings of Raja Yoga and made them practical and immediately useful for people in every walk of life. His books and teachings on spiritualizing nearly every field of human endeavor include business life, leadership, education, the arts, community, and science. He has written extensive commentaries on and the Bhagavad Gita, both based on the teachings of Paramhansa Yogananda.
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When I think of music in Omaha and some of the shows that OmahaNightOutGuide.com has promoted and booked over the past three years one band stands out in my head. In their previous endeavor they were Cold Steel. The young men were one of the first shows that I went to with the launch of OmahaNightOutGuide.com. It was at this point that music in Omaha would be the central focus on OmahaNightOutGuide.com.
I first met and saw Cold Steel at a show in Papillion and they were one of the first bands that I had booked to do a multiband show. Since that time, I have worked with Cold Steel on three other occasions and soon I will get to work with them under their current name, Save the Hero.
The band was originally formed as Cold Steel in 2005. After the almost 8 years of performing together the band has evolved and the members felt it was time for a change. The previous name misrepresented what their music has grown into.
Under the previous title the band released 5 CDs: “And It Begins”, “Cold Steel”, “See You Again”, “First Five”, “The Odds are Against Us”. With over 300+ live shows Cold Steel shared the stage with national acts such as: Heart, JackyL, Skid Row, Slaughter, Evans Blue, Black Stone Cherry, Cavo, The Nigel Dupree Band, and more.
Thank you for supporting live music in Omaha
Sanctification of the home is a vital area where the woman of the home can make serious contributions. Yahueh has designed the Nation of Yisra'Al to be set-apart nation to show the world how to live righteously and blessed. The building block of every nation is the home. We will examine 5 areas where the woman of the home can help with the endeavor of sanctification.
In the Creator's plan of sanctification of His people is included what we are allowed to eat; i.e. the dietary laws. As we look at these principles we will also touch on healthy eating. Just because something might be biblically kosher doesn't mean it is healthy for you and your family.
A Yarn Thing Podcast favorite, Gwen Bortner joins Marly to talk about how to teach what you love.
Gwen Bortner is a Craft Yarn Council Certified Teacher, teaches knitting and business classes at venues throughout the country, has been published in a variety of knitting magazines and is the lead designer for her business, Knitability, LLC.
Education is probably the most important component of the Knitability business plan as all efforts focus on the company motto of "Taking Knitters to the Next Level". Gwen's passion is teaching and enjoys every opportunity she has to share her love of knitting with others. Whether teaching through the local community education program or at a national knitting convention, meeting new people and sharing the love of knitting is one of her greatest joys.
Her most recent endeavor was converting her class “Share Your Passion, Teach!” into an online offering via Craftsy called “How to Teach It” Good teachers of all handcrafts are critical to ensuring these creative skills continue to be practiced.” Listen Live for chance to win great prizes!
Like this podcast? Be sure to leave a comment/review on iTunes to let other know about it! Stay up to date with the Yarn Thing podcast with the App available on iTunes and for Droid. Find our more about Marly at www.MarlyBird.com or follow her on facebook at www.facebook.com/marlybird This podcast is sponsored by: Knitter's Magazine, Craftsy.com, Fiesta Yarns, Kollage Yarns, Decade by Drew Emborsky, Love of Knitting, Love of Crochet and Bijou Basin Ranch.
In today's show - where Napoleon Hill is interviewing Andrew Carnegie on the success principle of Using Organized Inividual Endeavor - he asks:
"was your major motive that of making money, Mr. Carnegie?"
What would you have answered? What would the wealthiest people you know have answered?
Would you not have liked to be a fly on the wall of that conversation.
Learn from the mind and disciplines of the richest man in the World of his time. Let him further your acquisition of wealth.
Namaste, my friends,
Peter Pocklington and Ladi March
Praise the Lord and welcome to B.L.I.F. Networks' presentation of Pearls of Wisdom-Jewels of the Kingdom.
Each week we will endeavor to bring you live interviews of real people living for and loving the Lord. We aim to show that it is possible to serve with a purpose for a lifetime, to be more than a believer; to be a fully developed disciple of Christ and to serve with joy through the good and bad times. The Bible declares that we should not grow weary in doing good... (Galatians 6:9)
We will be interviewing both men and women of faith, as we are all precious jewels in the sight of God. And just as it is in the spirit, "there is no gender in jewels!" (c)
This week we talk with Bishop David R. Harewood, DDiv. He is the presiding Prelate of Bethel Life International Fellowship and Pastor of Bethel Life Centre here in Quebec, Canada.
Pearl of Wisdom: gems come in all shapes, sizes and colors. Each one unique and beautiful; just as we are each God's masterpiece.+MGH