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Host: Roy Masters
Roy read from the book, "Khaboris Manuscript".
Roy discussed when you don't have Grace, you are being
controlled by stress.
Jason is using the Cure Stress Device.
Jim says, "A good friend wrote some bad things about me online".
Leah says, "I am learning the meaning of being saved".
Craig had a difficult mother.
Intro: The value in the book, "The Khaboris Manuscript" which can be found at the foundation's main website, www.fhu.com.
Callers: Child Abuse Call: Still suffering from childhood abuse that manifests as insomnia. Homosexuality Call: Just discovered that his daughter is a lesbian.
Get Published: From Manuscript to the Marketplace
From fiction to non-fiction, Oh Break Out Empowerment & Leadership Speaker Christine Dixon will share practical tools on how to get published and inspire people as a mechanism to share the Gospel into the marketplace. Join us @ 12 noon @ Wisdom Wealth & Riches w/Jacqui #BlogTalkRadio http://tobtr.com/s/7018409 or call in 917-932-1710.
Wisdom Wealth & Riches with Jacqui (WWRJ #BlogTalkRadio) combines kingdom wisdom with marketplace strategies to expand and broaden your mindset for spiritual, personal, professional and business success to seamlessly integrate spirituality with the reality of the marketplace.
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The passages from Barnabas, Hermas, the Apostolic Constitutions, and the Epitome serve as an introduction to the Didache as discovered by Bryennius, and published at Constantinople from the Codex Hierosolymitanus. No other manuscript or version of it has been found, but there is no reason to doubt that it is a genuine manuscript of the eleventh century. It contains, besides the first and second Epistles of Clement, a complete text of the longer recension of Ignatius, "The Epistle of Barnabas," "The Synopsis of St. Chrysostom," and "The Teaching of the Apostles," which comes between the Clement and Ignatius.
During Easter of 1461, a woman named Jehan Leclerc brought to the church of St. Bartholomew her 12-year old son Bertrand, who from age 6 had been paralyzed and unable to speak because of a terrible accident. At the time for Holy Communion, the boy signaled to his mother that he too wished to receive Jesus in the Eucharist. Initially, the priest did
not want to give him Holy Communion because it was impossible for the boy to speak and therefore go to confession. The young boy, however, continued to plead with the priest, who in the end permitted him to receive the Eucharist. Just as he received the Host, Bertrand felt as if he were jolted by a mysterious force. He was able to move and speak; he had been healed. According to the document written by hand just after the miracle, the first words uttered by Bertrand were “Adiutorium nostrum in nomine Domini” (Our help is in the name of the Lord). The most authoritative document which vividly describes this miracle is the framed manuscript now preserved in the Cathedral of La Rochelle.
In the first hour on A Kind Voice on Books Jason Lawrence will interview Dr. James Millhouse. Dr. Millhouse is a licensed psychologist out of Atlanta Georgia who provided mental training for sports performance to athletes from the amateur to the professional and Olympic level in almost every sport. He has also been featured on NBC Nightly News during the Olympics as the next breakthrough in athletic training. One of his most recent accomplishments, however, is the publication of a great new book called, The Parents Manual of Sports Psychology: A Practical Guide to Achieving Athletic Success. It’s a great new guide based on Dr. Millhouses years of experience working with athletes of all ages, and it lays out a comprehensive plan for re-training the mechanics of an athlete’s mind so as to ensure they always play at the top of their game.
In the second hour on The Writer's Block, Bonnie Marlewski-Probert will interview Cynthia Brewster-Keating and on the topic of FEAR. Fear of publishing, fear of sharing your kind voice, fear of success, fear of failure... FEAR is what holds most people back from living the life they were meant to live and for writers or artists, that fear can be paralyzing.
Cynthia just published a book written by her mother when her mother was just a teenager. Sadly, even though her mother was fearless when it came to horses, when it came to publishing her work, she was unable to muster up the courage to do it. However, after her passing in 2009, Cynthia discovered the unpublished manuscript and made it her mission to see her mother's dream become a reality. The book is entitled, Over Hill n' Dale and it tells the story of two tween BFFs who love horses and share adventures over the summer.
Today join in (The Writing Corner)...as Author CP Bialois gives tips and techniques that can be used by all who takes the craft of writing seriously.The novice gains needed guidance on getting their ideas down on paper and producing a strong first draft.The more experienced writer receives tips on how to polish that manuscript.
ABOUT AUTHOR CP BIALOIS: CP Bialois completed his first full-length novel, Call of Poseidon, in 2007. Armed with a finished product, Bialois began working on another book, The Sword and the Flame, unsure of what he would ultimately be doing with either.
As with many others in the later part of the first decade of the 2000’s, he found himself out of work and looking into new options. Over the next two years, he would spend most days at the library, completing an additional half-dozen works..
CP Bialois is also active in several South Florida writing groups, as well as the online writercommunity.
Contact: Website http://cpbialois.webs.com/
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Author Tranay Adams;
Tranay Adams was born and raised on the Eastside of South Central, Los Angeles in a section known as The Low Bottomz. He discovered his love of writing in the fourth grade when he wrote an eight page short story called ‘Brandon.’ He didn’t realize until years later that the story he had written would be considered street-lit today. One day while bored, he picked up a pen and started writing on an empty Styrofoam food container. Slowly but surely his story began to manifest until it took on a life of its own and became his very first manuscript ever, Bury Me A G. Tranay pens raw and uncut street tales with a unique style that provokes emotions and makes you feel as if you’re right there beside his characters on their journeys. His novels are truly a movie in the form of a book.
In 2014 Tranay signed with CA$H’S Lock Down Publications and released his debut novel, The Devil Wears Timbs July 23th 2014. Its sequel The Devil Wears Timbs II: Baptized in Unholy Waters, released Oct 31st 2014. He currently resides in Southern, California and is hard at work on his follow up novel, The Devil Wears Timbs III: Hell On Earth.
She has been called "The Blessed Virgin", "The Mediatrix of All Graces" and "The Queen of Heaven". But in 2013 the so-called Virgin Mary has received yet another title to magnify her office..... "GOD!" And while this assertion may be nothing short of blasphemy, it is the premise of the recently released book entitled "The Holy Mother Mary is God." This great revelation was not based on the discovery of an ancient manuscript, nor was it new interpretation of Biblical text. Instead, it is a concept which belongs solely to a New Age organization referred to as "Dedicated Light Workers." This small group of mediums and occultists claim to be in direct spiritual communication with many Ascended beings and Angelic Forces which include Mary and Jesus Christ himself. But will a closer examination revealed these so-called "Light Workers" to be "Workers of Darkness" propagating a damnable heresy? Join us today for another installment of "From Darkness to Light" as we use the words of the Holy Bible to break all lies - revealing and exhalting the ONE TRUE GOD!
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Whether you're new to working with an editor, still working up to that stage, or buy your editor lunch on a regular basis, these are some great tips to help you and your editor get along better. Every editor will have their particular pet peeves, but most editors will agree on these ten things you should keep an eye out for in your manuscript. So, sit back, take notes, and learn how to help your editor get through your manuscript without wanting to toss it.
Janice Dick began writing intentionally in 1989. Her historical trilogy was released in 2002, 2003 and 2004, the first two books winning First Place in the Canadian Christian Writing Awards, and the third being shortlisted for the same. Besides writing historical fiction, she has also crafted devotionals, inspirational pieces and book reviews, and put in many hours of editing, mentoring, and speaking (workshops, presentations, readings). Her first contemporary fiction manuscript awaits either publication or extensive revision, and a new historical fiction series was just released (October 2013).
Janice was born and raised in southern Alberta, Canada into an ethnic Mennonite farm family. She was blessed with a loving and stable childhood, and lots of relatives who told stories of Russia, emigration and early life in Canada. After graduating from high school, Janice attended Bible college in Saskatchewan, where she met her future husband. They moved to a farm in central Saskatchewan after their marriage and raised three children there. They are now grandparents to ten amazing kids.
Marcia is a pastor's wife, the mother of three grown daughters, a freelance writer and Christian speaker. She is a published author and editor, having written for Christian magazines and newspapers in the U.S. and Canada, as well as home-town newspapers. Her short stories, articles and poetry have won awards in Canada and the U.S. and been broadcast on CBC radio. Her work also appears frequently on the world wide web.
Marcia is a frequent speaker for women's groups of all sizes and has often taught writing courses for the Alberta Adult Education Department, Inscribe Christian Writers Fellowship, and The Word Guild (Write! Canada).
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There are some who say, you should have an idea of what you are trying to accomplish before you write a book. That would also include who you are going to target for sales and how? Do you have an editor are among other important questions? Will you submit your manuscript to a publisher for acceptance or will it be self-published? That question alone brings up a host of issues that should be resolved, certainly by the time you finish the book.
Our guest, Rick Whitlow, Writer/Author-Publisher and Journalist from Atlanta, Georgia, will provide much-needed guidance in the writing and publishing of your book. His current book is entitled “Swagger…The Life and Times of Rick Whitlow.”
Your Host, Codis Hampton II, author of “Unchon-ni”, “Gracie Hall-Hampton, the Arkansas Years 1917-1953,” and his latest “The episodic thoughts of Hamp” due out by this Christmas season will provide his insight into the publishing world too.
All books are available through your normal book retail outlets that include Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble.com. We will advise of those that are available through self-publishing outlets