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All students at college campuses, find a buddy when you have to walk around campus or when going out. Please don't drink and if you do make sure you are with trusted friends and more then one. September 20th article about 18-year-old Hannah Graham who went missing a week ago. Nearly 1,000 help search for her. Please pray for the recovery of Hannah.
"A Pennsylvania judge has been convicted of selling children into prison for cash. The former judge, 61-year old Mark Ciavarella Jr, was sentenced to 30 years for taking money under the table from a developer and jailing thousands of adults and juveniles, some as young as ten. Ciavarella made more than a million dollars selling people into incarceration."
Pray more arrangements such as this one are exposed and brought to light and justice. Pray for the healing and restoration of children in these situations.
Woman, 21, convicted of kidnapping and assaulting a 5 year old kindergartner
Pray for those abused as children to be healed and delivered that the process of hurt people hurting people is disrupted and turned into healed people helping hurt people to heal.
Tina Gilbertson, mental health counselor and author of Constructive Wallowing: How to Beat Bad Feelings by Letting Yourself have Them will be joining us. Tina teaches readers how to accept and feel their feelings with self-compassion for greater emotional health.
Have you been told 'just be happy' or 'get over it' and you just can't? Are you stuck and having trouble getting going or thinking a different way? Perhaps everyone around you is just telling you what to do and you just don't feel like it? Help is on the way. It is time to go through and experience your feelings, not deny them, not put them away until another time and not stuff them into a dark place for safe keeping. Your health depends on what you do with how you feel and who you are; not just your mental health but also your physical health.
For more information visit www.tinagilbertson.com
What is this I hear that you have CHURCH HURT? Who hurt you? Tune in with Pastor Monica for your 30 Minutes of Empowerment that will change your Life on Purpose. Allow her to help you get rid of your church hurt. God is mindful of you and want you healed.
Go tell someone to tune in and hear what will bless their soul. Bring your Bible, Pen, and Paper so you can write what has settled in your heart down for your rememberance. Getting Rid of Church Hurt, forever
A DAILY WORD FROM MAKU: THE FIFTH MONTH THE SEVENTH DAY SEPTEMBER 16, 2014 " IF YOU "FALL" IN LOVE, THE FALL WILL HURT"
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[Growing up, I always knew I was different. I just didn’t know what my calling was and when it would appear. But I later found out that it (my calling) had always been there. I hid my talents and I was unwilling to share my thoughts, no matter how powerful or transformational they were. However, despite the fear and confusion, one day, God spoke to me and said, “I need YOU to step up so others can be set free from the life of conformity.” His proclamation seeped through my soul in the form of writing. And that’s where I found life and it was so exciting! The rejection I received from peers and the people I looked to for direction couldn’t shatter my purpose. In fact, those experiences helped to birth my empowerment organization, L.O.V.E International Network, where I challenge individuals to raise the B.A.R- Believe, Achieve and Receive in their lives. But I wasn’t done yet! I knew that I wasn’t alone in feeling paralyzed by fear and confusion and I needed to share wisdom and honesty to break some barriers. So, I wrote my book, “101 Truths for You” to further inspire and encourage people and remind them of their reason to live.]
Meleny Thomas is originally from Curacao and Barbados. She now resides in Maryland and is pursuing a Ph.D. in Public Policy and Administration with a specialization in Nonprofit Management and Leadership
Susan Allison --you may know her as the highly successful author of Conscious Divorce and Empowered Healer-- never believed in love at first sight-until it happened to her.
Then on a full-moon night in June 1994, she met Thomas Hickenbottom--already the author of five books of poetry, and eventually, the award winning novel Local Tribes and a history of surfing in Santa Cruz--at a writer's group, and had tea with him afterward. Then the magic began. Star-struck, they each went home, stayed up all night and wrote full-moon poems to share at the next group. Their poems had the same title and similar message!
They continued to write love poems through three separations caused by fear over the intensity of their feelings, and wrote poetry to celebrate their wedding at the summer solstice in Santa Cruz, California. They celebrated their love with three re-commitment ceremonies, and kept writing poems to each other during their blissful 17-year marriage as true Soul Mates. Susan even wrote poignant poetry about her husband's cancer and eventual death in August of 2013. In the darkest times, their love continued to light the way.
Before Thomas' transition, he and Susan agreed they would tell their story through their love poems as an inspiration for others longing for the same kind of deep, enduring love. They wanted their poetry and their love to show that finding one's Soul Mate IS possible. They wanted to model for readers how to live and love in a soul-mated union by creating a dialogue, with a poem of Thomas' and one of Susan's facing each other like love letters being exchanged. Read in order, their poetry tells the story of their love over nineteen years. http://www.empoweredhealer.com/
When we are children we are brand new. We feel everything for the first time and it creates our blueprint of references. We never know what we will keep from childhood and what we throw away in terms of how things affect us. Why did what affected you affect you, yet a brother or a sister, a friend or a parent close to your family could not see that it hurt you or grew you as it did? Why did you walk away with the lessons that you needed to focus on and work on in your adult life? Today we are going to talk about about missions, our purpose and why we attract to what we attract to. Join in on the conversation, today at 3:30 PM, PST
Author Esther Hunter will be making a return visit for a special chapter reading with commentary from her latest book! Join us for an evening of good reading and discussion.
Open Doors and Solid Walls: The Challenge to Learn the Purpose, the Blessings, and the Responsibilities of Being a Woman: Character Building Principles for Women That Produce Awesome Rewards
by Esther Hunter
[Esther uses the Song of Solomon and presents a biblically based study on the values women should mentor for younger women of today. Biblical research is woven with personal experience, and insight to deliver a challenge to all women to learn the purpose, the blessings, and the responsibilities of being women.]
“Constructive wallowing” seems like an oxymoron. Constructive is a good thing, but wallowing is bad. Right?
But wait a minute; is it really so terrible to give ourselves a time-out to feel our feelings? Or is it possible that wallowing is an act of loving kindness, right when we need it most?
Almost everyone loves the idea of self-compassion — the notion that maybe in spite of our messy emotions and questionable behavior, we really aren’t all that bad. In recent years there’s been an explosion of books that encourage readers to stop beating themselves up for being human, which is terrific. Unfortunately, readers who aren’t interested in Buddhism or meditation have been left out in the cold.
Constructive Wallowing is the first book to cut right to the chase, bypassing descriptions of Eastern philosophy and meditation techniques to teach readers how to accept and feel their feelings with self-compassion for greater emotional health.
It’s tempting to turn away from menacing, uncomfortable feelings like anger, grief, or regret; however, ignoring them just seems to make them stick around. By learning to accept and embrace, difficult feelings, readers keep their sense of personal power and gain greater understanding and ultimately esteem for themselves.
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