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  • Author, Miranda Parker

    in Books

    Author of The Evangeline Hunter Bounty Series, Miranda Parker, discusses her novel, "A Good Excuse to Be Bad".

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    with the family

    in Family

    with the family

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    Tragedy Strikes!

    in Basketball

    Welcome back ladies and gentlemen to your favorite sports radio show! Today I will discuss the senseless and totally reprehensible tragedy that took place in Virginia this morning! Even though this is a sports show I must share my thoughts on this terrible event and maybe I'll get to some of my other topics as well. If time permits I'd like to discuss the new "Madden Release", Michael Bennett and his comments about quarterbacks and I'd like to talk a little Winston vs. Mariotta! So that' the run down and I hope all of you tune in with me on "The Jay Byrd Show!" You know the routine so get your popcorn ready and let's get ready to Turn all the way UP!

  • Love within the family unit.

    in Family

    We will focus on agape love or better known as unconditional love. Sometimes our family will mistake agape love for stupidity. When is enough good enough for the family? Should you sacrafice your own marraige and life as parents and siblings, to help other family members achieve their desires at the risk of losing your own desires for each other?

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    Marlin Family Live Podcast 8-31-15

    in Baseball

    Episode 47; 8-31-15; Marlin Family Live Podcast

    #MarlinFamily, The show by the fans for the fans of The Miami Marlins! Lets Go Fish! Host; Dann Dunn @FSU_Dann & Andres Salgado @latinoloco4rwf

    We will be live during the Marlins vs. Braves game giving some LIVE game chats on what’s happening during the game. On this episode we bring you our weekly Hot Fish & Cold Fish reports. This week’s show we touch up on what the Fish will do with Prado and Jennings to Seattle? We’ll give you or opinions, but we need your opinions! Call-in 646-929-0934 and make your fish voice heard! Then we’ll see what’s on deck for the Marlins this week plus news, notes, and much much more on your and our Miami Marlins! #LetsGoFish #FishFamily

    On #aSunsLife, we’ll go on down to the farm and get you caught up on the minors report, plus much more notes, and discussion from around the Marlins farm system. Everything you need to know about our Zephyrs, Hammerheads, Hoppers, Muckdogs and more!

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    Overcoming Tragedy, Embracing Mindfulness and Positivity

    in Health

    TWU Radio introduces Bonnie Lee Mahler to the show!  Bonnie is the author of "Embrace the Moment" a book that tells the story of how Bonnie was able to overcome tragedy and embrace mindfulness and positivity!
     


    After losing one son to a drowning accident, Bonnie's world was immediately transformed. Unfortunately, tragedy knows no limits. Her second son was taken from her in a similar event only a short time after.  After the passing of her 2 sons, she wrote "Embrace the Moment" in order to help others who have gone through similar tragedies to cope and perservere.


    Bonnie currently lives in Kapolei, Hawaii, with her husband.  She is also a very successful Celine Dion tribute artist,  a wellness, life mastery, neuro-linguistic programming(NLP) and hypnotherapy coach.


     


     

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    Stand Up Hudson Valley #27

    in Politics

    Join hosts John Allegro and Emily Convers for episode #27 of Stand Up Hudson Valley.  This week, our guest will be a real estate expert who will discuss "Blockbusting."  What it is, what it isn't, and what you can do  if you believe you are being "Blolckbusted."


    We'll also provide updates on the Skoufis DEC/Annexation Bills, and the KJ Annexation in general.


    "Stand Up Hudson Valley" is a live, call-in podcast.  Remember, not only is public comment allowed, it's encouraged.  Even if it's not on the agenda!

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    Shattered Lives: Tragedy on Avon Mountain

    in History

    Mark Robinson was in front row of traffic that morning; he broke 9 bones and punctured a lung; he is incredibly lucky to be alive. Mark is currently director, internal communications, ING, in Windsor, Connecticut. He has a communications background; that experience plus direct involvement in crash add up to a unique opportunity to provide a first-person account and to get access to behind-the-scenes information, including the personal stories of victims and their families.  


    For details of this case for the broadcast please read Tragedy on Avon Mountain-Ten Years Later by host, Donna R. Gore.  For host information refer to her Website DonnaGore.Com


     


     


     


     

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    intro to with the family

    in Family

    focusing on family dynamics and the priciples we use to move forward in life.

  • Homeschooling as a Family Ministry

    in Homeschooling

    A native of Seattle, Vida Oliphant Sneed is the youngest of the five girls born to parents Clarence A. Oliphant and La Verna D. Jones Oliphant, both originally from Iowa. While growing up, Vida discovered these two truths: we all are created with a particular “bent” and our life’s assignment is to learn how to submit that “bent” to the Master’s hand.  Based on Deuteronomy 6:5-9, Vida did submit and began her life-rewarding homeschool journey.


    Vida graduated from high school at age 16 and attended the University of Washington for two years before transferring to University of Southern California where she graduated with a BA in English. She returned to Seattle to marry the love of her life, Steve Sneed and God blessed them with six children.


    Vida received her Elementary Education Teaching Certificate and taught in the Seattle Public Schools for a very short time. The Lord redirected her course to homeschooling her then three children. This was a life-changing, will-bending journey of faith that culminated in 19 years of homeschooling all six children while providing care for other children the Lord sent along the way. Vida says, “For 19 years I quit every morning telling the Lord I can’t do this. It’s too hard for me. And He responded, ‘You’re right you can’t. Let me do it through you.’ And He did.”


    Vida and Steve have four grandchildren and in their spare time spend quality time with family, travel, and are very active in their church and community. She currently serves as Co-Assistant Superintendent of the Christian Education Ministry at First A.M.E. Church in Seattle, Washington.



     



     



     



     



     



     



     



     



     



     


     


     

  • Interview with Orrin 'Checkmate' Hudson

    in Radio

    Orrin Hudson is a former Alabama state trooper and a national chess champion who is the founder of his non-profit organizaiton, Be Someone. Teaching kids how to think strategically, plan effectively and build self-confidence, Orrin uses his award winning, highly effective and much lauded presentations centered on the time-tested strategies of chess as a metaphor for the game of life. He shows at risk kids the focus, discipline and patience required by the game of chess – skills that are transferrable to their current life situations. The author of “One Move At A Time”, Orrin has been the subject of numerous news national articles and television interviews, including Good Morning America, CNN, CBS Early Morning Show, CNN Headline News, and CNN American Stories, The Word Network, People Magazine, USA Today , Sports Illustrated for Kids and Time Magazine for Kids. Noted for sharing a winning mindset that enables his students and audiences to believe in themselves, he continues to attract community service awards, having won some of the most prestigious in the educational arena including the national 2012 Dr. Martin Luther King Award.