• 00:32

    Festival of Angels Radio with Host Linda West and Special Guest Mark Basham

    in Spirituality

    The International Society of Angels is the only nonprofit organization that offers a one-stop resource center for anyone desiring to grow in their understanding of angels.  We hope to promote and circulate relevant, timely angelic information in an era of reason and logic - a time when spirituality is often disregarded and forgotten. We are a community that earnestly believes angels are closer than you think.
    The Festival of Angels Expo, in Portland Oregon, on April 18 & 19, 2015, will give you an exciting opportunity to purchase products and services while you participate in live demonstrations, food, fun and entertainment. There will be expert speakers sharing with you a variety of  topics. A few of these experts will be interviewed so you can get to know them before the Festival.

    Mark Basham was born in Monterey California in 1960. He lived with loving parents and three brothers in a conservative family. Mark began having non-ordinary experiences at two and a half years of age. These experiences began a heart-centered interactive relationship with non-physical realms. Mark is an artist, musician, and carpenter. He currently lives in Washington State with his wife of twenty-seven years where they raised three children. He has chosen to share these experiences now because of the tremendous opportunities and challenges present as we transition from the myth of our dominance over a fractured materialistic world into a new relationship with our deeper essence as part of an interdependent web of consciousness expressing in ever-changing form.

  • 01:02

    Beantown Pals, The Adventures of Bucky and Betty with Tom Hayes and Tammy Pooler

    in Family

    Today Bucky and Betty celebrate Valentine's Day. Bucky has created a surprise for Betty by taking her to Beantown's famous supper club, 'The Copa Cabeana'. Many new stories and news and commercials.

  • 01:02

    The Importance of the Sabbath and Eschatology

    in Religion

    The Sabbath is very much neglected in the study of eschatology (end times teaching). Many who do speak of the Sabbath as central to their theology often fail to undersrtand and or acknowledge the typical nature of the Sabbath and its relationship to the fulfillment of all things.

    In other words, not until all types and shadows are fulfilled, does the Sabbath cease to have relevance and signficance in redemption. "So let no one judge you in food or in drink or regarding a festival or a new moon or sabbaths, which are a shadow of things [about] to come, but the substance is of Christ." (Col. 2:16-17)

    Of the elements in the text, all of them were the types and shadows of the true realities in Christ. To list them for futher clarity they are: 

    new moons

    These belong to a group categerized as the shadow which prefigured the reality in Christ. As goes, one, so goes them all. For those who claim the Sabbath(s) is binding, they should be consistent and bind the food, drink, festivals and new moons. In other words, they should acknowledge they are but practitioners of a fractured Torah ministry.

    As long as these are joined together in Scripture, no man has the right to rend them asunder. Yet, so many have done so to create a new theology of the church. Their doctrine in essence is, unless you keep the law of Moses, you cannot be saved.

    Can you imagine these modern Judaizers at the Jerusalem conference where Peter stated concerning the Gentiles that they (Torah-keeping Jews) would be saved even as the non-Torah keeping Jews? (Acts 15:1f)

    Further, Stephen died by stoning for teaching that that Jesus Christ would come and destroy the temple and change the customs delivered to Moses. (Acts 6:13-14) Were the customs listed above spoken to Moses? Join us today at 6pm.


  • 00:50

    The Fix Season 2 Episode 4

    in Baseball

    Baseball pitching motion expert Angel Borrelli and coach Joe Janish discuss multiple injuries occurring during MLB 2015 spring training. Among the topics include New York Mets pitcher Josh Edgin, who was diagnosed with a "stretched ligament" in his elbow, and was described as having "dead arm." Also, they discuss Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Cliff Lee's decision to pitch through a torn flexor. They also follow up on Episode 3 subjects Yu Darvish, who is undergoing Tommy John surgery, and Gavin Floyd, who has re-fractured his olecranon. Joe and Angel also re-visit the velocity-robbing flaw of "sinking," comparing to "drop-and-drive," providing information that may be surprising to fans of Tom Seaver. On a positive note, they highlight Washington Nationals pitcher Matt Thornton, who is still throwing 95+ MPH at the age of 38 -- how does he maintain that velocity at that age? Additionally, a shout-out of congratulations to College Park High School senior Joe DeMers, who pitched a perfect game against powerhouse Monte Vista.  Finally, Angel provides a secret to pitching velocity -- one that helped DeMers pitch his perfecto.

  • 02:09

    QARLive: Southern Charm W/ Angie & Katie: Bumbling Barry: Keystone Leadership

    in Politics Conservative

    DHS tackles endless morale problems with seemingly endless studies:

    Afflicted with the lowest morale of any large federal agency, the Department of Homeland Security did what comes naturally to many in government.

    It decided to study the problem. And then study it some more.

    The first study cost about $1 million. When it was finished, it was put in a drawer. The next one cost less but duplicated the first. It also ended up in a drawer.

    “There’s really no excuse for the department expending finite resources on multiple studies, some at the same time, to tell the department pretty much what everyone has concluded: that there are four-to-five things that need to be done for morale,” said Chris Cummiskey, who left DHS in November after serving as its third-highest-ranking official. “You don’t need $2 million worth of studies to figure that out.”

    ISIS name giving terror license to loose, growing network of offshoots

    WASHINGTON –  Islamic State "affiliates" seem to be emerging at an alarming rate, giving the sense of an expanding terror network with satellites all over the world.

    But a closer look, according to analysts, shows these ISIS offshoots are likely operating without much coordination with the Islamic State core. It doesn't make them any less dangerous, but helps explain how a group President Obama described just one year ago as "JV" has established a presence in nearly a dozen countries.

    Unlike Al Qaeda, which in its prime was operationally stronger and had a better communication network with its affiliates, the ISIS network appears more fractured. There is no clear-cut power pyramid beyond its head, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. And a number of the affiliates existed before, only recently latching onto ISIS as the terror network grew in notoriety. 

  • 01:44

    Two Moons Talking with guest: Sylvia Shults, paranormal investigator and author

    in Spirituality

    Come, sit within the sacred circle alongside Spiritual Coaches, Cinnamon Moon, Author of A Medicine Woman Speaks, and River Wildfire Moon, Medium and Paranormal Archeologist. Tonight's guest is Sylvia Shults, author of *Fractured Spirits: Hauntings at the Peoria State Hospital* and paranormal investigator. We live in a time of transition, of raised awareness and heightened senses all flowing within the shifting dimensional energies so prevalent in life today. For further study, visit: www.spiritlodge.info to utilize resources and services available.

  • 01:06

    The Church of God relating to Today & You're really praying for me?

    in Christianity

    Jesus promised His Church that the “gates of Hades”—the grave—would never prevail against it. The true Church of God would not die out; it would survive any attempts to destroy it. How can you find that true Church of God, the Church Jesus built? How can you locate God’s special people in the midst of the splintered and fractured faith known as Christianity? What distinguishes them from those to whom Jesus Christ said, “I never knew you”? (Matthew 7:23). To answer these questions we need to understand an important lesson Jesus explained in a parable. & Has someone ever personally shared a hard or important moment of their life with you? How did you respond? In this third in a series about experiences in prayer I'd like to talk about effectively delivering powerful prayers on behalf of others.

  • 01:01

    Sylvia Shults joins Thorne & Cross: Haunted Nights LIVE!

    in Books

    Sylvia Shults has been a paranormal investigator for several years. She began her career as a ghost hunter as a result of doing the research for her nonfiction book, Ghosts of the Illinois River (Quixote Press, 2010). Her
    fascination with ghosts dates back to her childhood. She is an avid reader who was raised on Grimm’s Fairy

    A few years ago, Shults was inspired to write a collection of people’s supernatural experiences at the Peoria
    State Hospital in Bartonville, Illinois. This project quickly swelled into Fractured Spirits: Hauntings at the
    Peoria State Hospital. The book incorporates the history of the asylum as well as the many ghost stories that have
    arisen out of the asylum’s abandonment. 

    The book, and Shults’ research, was featured on an episode of Ghost Hunters (“Prescription
    for Fear”, which aired January 30, 2013).

    This is a copyrighted, trademarked podcast owned solely by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. 

    If you like ghosts, ghouls, and grand mansions, check out the first three installments of the serial novel, The Ghosts of Ravencrest: Darker Shadows, by Tamara Thorne and Alistair Cross. The 4th installment, the novella, Christmas Spirits, is also available.

  • 02:12

    The Rob Black Show

    in Entertainment






  • 01:29

    Miracles Happen

    in Education

    Tonight, Ken Collins will talk about the miracle of brain injury by interviewing John Class a recent stroke survivor about his miraculous recovery.  John has become a real hero in Reno, Nevada after his stroke.  There are many doctors in Reno who are praising his recovery.  You will not believe how well John is recovering from his stroke and this interview will inspire everyone who listens to his amazing story!  Ken will also talk about the brain injury he had at 3 AM on December 31, 1976.  On January 1st, Ken was recovering from his brain contusion and basilar skull fracture at Sacred Heart Hospital in Eugene, Oregon.  Ken ran Pat Moore’s snowmobile headfirst into the side of Bob Brewer’s Ford Pinto.  On impact he fractured his skull and also broke his left jaw below his chin and rammed his right jaw bone into his ear canal.  Ken only remembers Christmas Eve and doesn’t remember anything until he awoke in late January 1977, picking the wires in his mouth in front of a mirror in his parent’s bathroom.  His mouth was wired shut because of his broken jaw.  Ken still doesn’t remember what happened to him after all these years, but has many lessons he would like to share with you to make your journey after a brain injury easier.  Please call in with your questions or ideas you would like to share about your recovery.  All questions are good because the only way people can understand brain injury is by us telling people about what we go through.  This information will not only educate them but will help other people with brain injuries and stroke survivors too!  Thank you for your time and consideration of this information and hope we make 2015 a better place to live for all people with brain injuries and stroke survivors everywhere!        

  • Debut author, Nicole Murray, joins Kori on the Back Porch

    in Books

    Nicole Murray is a creative writer by passion, training, and profession. She is a Columbia College graduate with a degree in Fiction Writing and Marketing. Nicole’s dual Gemini personality helps her pursue creative writing as a personal profession.Nicole explores the creative landscape of the mind to craft fiction out of real emotion. She currently writes short stories, novels, poems, and screen plays. Autumn’s Child is her first novel.

    About The Book

    "I am hurting. Fractured in places stitches can't heal." Autumn’s Child tells the desperate story of Layla, as a young and naive twelve year-old girl. Over ten critical years, her life quickly changes like the colors of the trees in autumn. The accidental death of her parents forces her to abandon her religious, middle-class lifestyle. She moves to the inner city of Chicago with her grandmother and aunt, her only living relatives. Layla tries to approach her new life with optimism, but the perfections of her past life haunt her tormented journey. After coming to grips with the reality over the years that her only aunt despises her, Layla soon discovers that she may secretly hold the keys to helping her aunt’s diminishing health in her hands. Layla’s faith and sanity are continuously tested as she matures throughout each season of her life. She stumbles through her newfound reality while learning how to play the distinct set of cards she’s been dealt. Layla’s neighbor and best friend, Shay, helps guide her from adolescence into adulthood. Autumn’s Child chronicles a life on the opposite side of the coin; where friendships grow out of tragedy, and the pressure of a marginalized life weighs heavily on pure souls. Layla must make many compromising decisions, all while perpetually asking the reader, What would you do?

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