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Prayer with the Prophets!
Let's pray like: Jesus, King David, Daniel, Prophetess Anna, Paul and Silas and you!
Luke 18:1 (KJV)
1 And he spake a parable unto them to this end, that men ought always to pray, and not to faint;
Matthew 6:9-13 (KJV)
9 After this manner therefore pray ye: Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name.
10 Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.
11 Give us this day our daily bread.
12 And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.
13 And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil: For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever. Amen.
Let us pray until we have the answer!
What is the Focus Prayer today if any?
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In this episode, we'll answer the question, "Who should teach your kids about money and personal finance?" Some schools do have classes and courses that teach kids about this subject, but sometimes they aren't teaching your kids the things that YOU want them to learn about money. We'll talk about how to talk to your kids about personal finance in age appropriate ways and how to help them build a solid foundation for money management that will support them into adulthood.
Now, now, calm down! I am not saying we should teach creationism in science class, but we should have a religious studies class or at least introduce religion in public schools. There is a great way to do it without it overstepping or promoting one religion over the other. Want to hear how? Make sure you tune in!
This is the First of a Four-Part Series on this topic. This is a very pivotal topic as many are under the belief that women have absolutely no business teaching, preaching, pastoring the church, etc. based on I Timothy 2:11-13 and I Corinthians 14:34. Puah and Shiphrah are well aware of these spiritual admonishments and we are very much in agreement with them! You should be curious to know if we agree that women have absolutely no business teaching, preaching or pastoring the church; then why are we doing this radio show?!!! Please join us for the explanation of the divine revelation of this topic!!! This is going to be some serious soulfood!!!
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George Najjar, CEO of Boresha International, tells you how you should show up everyday to be a success. You don't want a showdown with anyone because you are not living up to your potential. Whatever you are doing, give it all you've got and reap the rewards. Walk the talk. You be the example, you set the standards. Raise the bar and hold yourself to a higher standard; hold people to a higher standard, such that everyone wins.
Join renowned Master Teacher David Hulse as he's joined by Peace Activist Lawrence Toliver and together they explore how one can be active for peace.
Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP of www.teachmetotalk.com as she talks with a mom about prioritizing her 3 year old son's treatment plan. Here's part of her original question... Hi Laura. I have a 3 year old diagnosed with autism and is suspected to have apraxia. He doesn’t have much of a problem in the receptive language department, as he understands the majority of what is being asked of him. When he communicates, he usually uses some gestures or words/approximations. He has a little over 50 different words/approximations...but he has yet to say the majority of them accurately. He will verbally communicate what he wants on his own by pointing and naming objects, saying “opo” when he wants something open or “uhpah” for up if he wants to be held or get something out of reach. He does like to label objects, but knows their functions. For example, if he sees a crayon, he will point and say “cay” and if I ask what we do with crayon, he will say “dah” for draw. He will often say the first two letter sounds of words that are usually CV and VC. (ba – ball; pehpeh – pretzel; opo – open; ow – out). He also often deletes the final consonant....I replied to her questions down the thread in this post: Have A Question? I'm Here to Help! But today I'm giving her an "on air" consult, especially with models of how to do backward chaining with a toddler. Don't miss it!