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Tonight at 8PM EST I have the pleasure of hosting another “Thirsty Thursday” night for Helping Hands Press on The G-ZONE. There will be some awesome giveaways as well as plenty of new releases, cover reveals, and other fun stuff going on.
Who knows who will call in?
The one thing we will need is you! Here is the link for the show, please listen in, or call in. Be part of the fun!
“THIRSTY THURSDAY”- what is Helping Hands Press “THIRSTY” for:
The authors at Helping Hands Press will be ready to answer your questions, listen to your thoughts, and to help you have a great experience!
THE LINK TO THE HELPING HANDS PRESS FACEBOOK PAGE IS:
ATHEISTS HELPING THE HOMELESS, WITH JOE ZAMECKI (about 15 minutes into the show).
Joe Zamecki joins us from Austin to give us an update on the Atheists Helping the Homeless (AHH) program. Back in September 2009, Joe and two of his colleagues started a giveaway program for the homeless in Austin, Texas. Atheists Helping the Homeless has now grown to include regular giveways in Austin, Dallas-Ft. Worth … and maybe more.
IS IT TIME TO TAX THE CHURCHES? OR RETHINK PARSONAGE EXEMPTIONS? Insight from Robert Baty, Retired IRS Appeals Officer (About 30 Minutes Into the Show)
A retired IRS Appeals Officer, Robert received a special citation from the Office of Area Director Appeals, for his “commitment to excellence, devotion to duty, and hard work which so significantly contributed to Appeals Area 7 being recognized as the most Outstanding Area in the Nation.”
Cited in Forbes, Baty is a Christian activist who supports the effort to repeal Internal Revenue Code § 107, as presently codified and administered, that allows only "ministers" to receive income tax free income as long as it is spent on housing, Baty argues against young earth “creation science,” demonstrating why it fails in its scientific pretentions and legal challenges. He’s been particularly interested in creationist Kent and Jo Hovinand’s tax cases.
Due to space limitations here on BlogTalk, please visit GodDiscussion.net for more information about our guests and the show.
Sometimes when you are going through something, whether it be relationship issues, job issues or addiction issues, just a little bit of support from your brother or sister can make it better. On this episode we will talk to Katie Maslin who has a Faccebook page titled "Sisters of Serenity and Sobriety". We will tak to her about her story and dedication to help other women going through similar issues. Don't miss our "Artist Spotlight" when we will talk to Markilo Allen.
Sometimes, the way to find the best in yourself is to focus on helping others.
We all know people who are happy and thriving, while doing extraordinary things for others. They glow, they are energized and we want to be around them. Why is that?
Sometimes, the best part of ourselves is the part that can empathize and share with other people. And it can be a big piece of the puzzle in being your best YOU.
Nikki Johnson-Huston has been my guest twice before,(4/3/11, 1/8/12) but this time she is bringing us some amazing news. Not only is she going to share with us some of what she learned while traveling to India and New Zealand for her Eisenhower Fellowship last year, but she is going to talk about her book proposal! The story that traces her own personal journey from being homeless to her career as a successful attorney and advocate.
Join us on a special time and day for an hour with a very special lady!
Nikki Johnson-Huston Blog
AverageWoman SJ Website
We're so excited to share the news of our new promotional video - we're going to chat about this, chat about our upcoming fundraisers and interview photographer Jodie Lemke. You won't want to miss this ... be sure to tune in and ask your questions!
in Self Help
Tonight is a speclial discussion for everyone. Butterfly Dreams Talk Radio is discussing - 'Helping a friend in Relationship/Domestic Violence'. Please join in as we share thoughts & ideas about how to best encourage a victim in danger to protect themselves and their children from the trauma of violence around them or towards them.
Our show kicks off at 9pm eastern/ 8pm central/ 6pm pacific time. The phone lines and chatroom will be open for all of your input. You are invited to give us a call at 347-215-7754 to listen or chat live. You can also listen through any mobile device by simply clicking this link.
Have you ever had a friend who you knew was in a dangerous, controlling, or emotionally destructive relationship or marriage? There are so many things you want to TELL them they need to do, but we all know in the end we CANNOT MAKE them do anything. They must be the person who finally makes the choice, THEY ARE DONE!!
There are many ways however in which you can help them cope so that they have peace within to make the best decision. The most important of these is simply be a LISTENING EAR WITHOUT JUDGMENT. Victims, no matter what gender or how old, are shameful they have allowed such a mess to grow and interfere with the lives of those around them. I know from personal experience. However, it is when we turn away or judge them that creates the most damage.
Tonight let's find out how we can all be a friend for a victim of Relationship Violence. This show is a community outreach broadcast of Butterfly Dreams Abuse Recovery and in no way constitutes any form of professional psychiatric or therapeutic services. Thank you and we hope you will invite just one friend, maybe even that friend, to join us for another excellent discussion.
How do we do a better job of understanding and helping students with social, emotional, and behavioral challenges in our schools...while simultaneously feeling like we're "holding kids accountable"...while attending to the diverse needs of other students...while trying to make sure they all do well on high-stakes testing? Not by simply increasing detentions, suspensions, and expulsions or referring behaviorally challenging kids into the judicial system! In this program, Dr. Ross Greene -- author of The Explosive Child and Lost at School, and originator of the Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS) approach -- helps you view challenging behavior in a more compassionate, accurate, productive manner and intervene more effectively. If you want to learn more about his model, have questions about how to get the ball rolling on using the model in your building or classroom, or are having difficulty using the model with a particular student, this is your opportunity to get your questions answered and listen to how other educators are overcoming obstacles and aplying the model. You can join in live -- the program airs every Monday at 3:00 pm Eastern time -- or listen to archives of past programs.
Tonight we will be simulcasting Helping Hands Press "Thirsty Thursday" night Facebook Party!
What wrinkle is there going to be tonight? Besides the give aways that will be posted on the Helping Hands Press Facebook page we will also be on Pinterest, "Pinning" away.Join us for the fun, this is going to be to wild and intense to miss!
in Self Help
In this episode please join Grant Connolly and ZPoint Practitioner Dianne Levitt as they explore helping people surrogately using ZPoint. Surrogate means to stand in for someone. Join us as Dianne "stands-in" for her daughter-in-law and together we help her feel better. Join us and learn how to use this amazingly powerful technique on behalf of your loved ones.