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LIVE This Wednesday February 4, 2015
9:00pm- 10:00pm Eastern Time A Special Show Topic:
Guest: Dr. Joe L. Clark
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"Checking in with Joetta” will have guest Dr. Joe L. Clark the father of 4-Time Olympian Joetta Clark Diggs and 3-Time Olympian Hazel Clark, 2008 Olympic Coach/University of Connecticut Coach JJ. Clark and the father-in-law of 5-Time Olympic track athlete Jearl Miles Clark.
ENVISION THIS: Meat that fills your soul as much as your belly
Our guest, Ben Slayton lived abroad in Tuscany on an organic farm specializing in pastured pork. There he developed a passion for well-raised meat and craft butchery. After a couple of years raising his own animals here in Maine, Ben switched his focus to building a network of several small farms to support Farmers’ Gate in an effort to bring more locally raised meat to the Maine marketplace.
Farmers’ Gate Market bridges the gap between local, pasture-based livestock farms and the growing number of families who are looking for good locally-raised meat. They work with a network of Maine farms to provide their customers with grass fed beef, pastured pork and lamb, and free range poultry. They work only with farmers who produce pasture-based livestock, and they process all the meat in-house. As a result, they can ensure safe handling of all their products and retain complete knowledge about everything they sell – from farm to table.
Like their customers, Farmers’ Gate butchers are hungry for good homegrown food – meat raised locally on pasture by farm families who are thinking about the future. They also look for creative ways to build awareness about local, sustainably raised and craft-butchered meat. Therefore, they share the stories of their farm partners, preserve the skills of whole carcass butchery, and incorporate old world traditions with new technology.
Coming soon: Sophia's Web: A Passionate Call to Heal Our Wounded Nature by your Envision This co-hosts, Burl and Merry Hall
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You can lose weight and snack on Planet Shibboleth. You just need to know what you're doing and keep your wits about you at all times. Snacking can lead to frustration if you don't stick to the rules for snacking on Planet Shibboleth.
In lilfe from time to time we will encounter some negative circumstances and problems that try to distract us and stop us on the way to destiny.
But tonight we discuss that it does not have to if we trust and lean on God and see the problem from his point of view.
Come dine with us in fellowship and get this powerpacked word from God from the team of TLO Minstries.
On this broadcast, our SONSHINE USA Bible teacher Warren Landis continues our study through the Gospel of Luke. The highlight of this broacast is when Jesus feeds the 5,000 . This passage tells us
1. Jesus can meet ANY NEED we have.
2. Jesus meets our needs out of HIS resources, not ours. Lean not to our own understanding.
3. We must follow the instructions of JESUS to get HIS results.
Join Authors on the Rise on Monday, March 2, 2015 from 8-10pm (EST) and two amazing women authors.
Valjeanne Jeffers is the author of eight books: Voyage of Dreams; Immortal; Immortal II: The Time of Legend; Immortal III: Stealer of Souls; The Switch II: Clockwork; Immortal IV: Collision of Worlds; Mona Livelong: Paranormal Detective; and Colony: Ascension: An Erotic Space Opera. Valjeanne is also a member of the Carolina African American Writers' Collective (CAAWC). She was featured in 60 Years of Black Women in Horror Fiction. She was also a featured authorduring the Spelman College Octavia Butler Arts and Activism Celebration, organized by famed horror writer Tananarive Due. Her poems have been published (under the name Valjeanne Jeffers-Thompson) in Pembroke Magazine; Revelry; The Ringing Ear: Black Poets Lean South; Drumvoices Revue; Say It Loud: Poems About James Brown; Liberated Muse I: How I Freed My Soul Volume I (as Valijeanne Jeffers). She was also a 2007 semifinalist for the Rita Dove Poetry Award.Valjeanne is co-owner of Q&V Affordable Editing. Preview or publish her novels at: www.vjeffersandqveal.com.
Katherine Nero has written, produced and directed numerous short films and freelanced on various film and television productions. She is a graduate of Northwestern University where she earned a BA in Political Science and a MA in Radio-Television-Film. https://www.facebook.com/FortheCauseTheMovie. Watch the trailer and call in with questions. Here is the link: http://www.forthecause-themovie.com/
A touching conversation with author, breast cancer activist and survivor Sharon Pape.
She say's: Looking back, I realize how fortunate I was that the cancer was discovered at such an early stage, but at the time it was all very overwhelming. Once I was back on my feet, I wanted to help other women who were newly diagnosed, worried and afraid. I became a Reach to Recovery volunteer for the American Cancer Society and went on to run the program for Nassau and Suffolk Counties on Long Island. In 2000, with the help of my surgical oncologist and two other volunteers, I started Lean On Me, a nonprofit organization that provides peer support and information to breast cancer patients. The thousands of women whose lives we’ve touched have enriched my life beyond measure. When Lean On Me celebrated its tenth anniversary and no longer required as much of my time, I found my way back to my first love -- writing. This time I’m writing cozy mysteries with a paranormal twist: four in my Portrait of Crime series from Berkley Prime Crime and the first in my Crystal Shop series from Berkley Intermix.
Hosted by Dominick Domasky
Breast Cancer, Cancer, Reach to Recovery, Sharon Pape, Lean On Me, Dominick Domasky, author, breast cancer survivor, inspiration,Follow Your Passion
Not to qibble but for centuries the argument has been out there for all to consider. Is occult study the result of religion failing? Add the tincture of time to an occult topic and it becomes safe, even commonplace. What just happened? Are we smarter? Is that insight? Have we learned something? If we expect faith to answer ethical questions of life, we find ourselves drawn to a secular atmosphere- democracy. With all the deceits and conceits of man, whether we will it into existence or cannot see it, it comes.
Masonry came along at a time when Europe had paid the horrible price of intolerance. But the lessons of those days have faded. We don't think anymore about the Peace of Westphalia that set in motion the world order in place today. Lessons needed to confirm the ethics of a 21st century freemason need contemporary relevance; adding recent history to the conversation prepares the Craft for that day 100 years ahead. The balance we promote- between past, present and future is undoubtedly platonism- metaphysical. And now, 21st century man, considers a world bereft of gods and devils and looks into the abyss to define the appetite for consciousness unable to lean on superstitions. Nothing is off the table. It is for a reason that masons have held this middle ground of being and becoming. What do they see?
The world may be a dangerous jungle but there is a choice whether one lives in fear or not as history repeats itself. Is the mind the safe sanctuary? Even masons acknowledge the existence of the occult in intimate corners in small groups while the very idea continues to upset others, whether we understand a concept, it exists.
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Today we will check the myth that you cannot eat carbs and lose weight at the door! You can and should eat carbs if you want to lose weight. Eat them the right way and you will lose weight and feel great.