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  • 01:29

    Challenges Confronting The Church

    in Religion

    Thechurch in the first century often experienced grave challenges. Such as, persecution, false teachers, and Apostasy.


    Today we see similar challenges confronting the church...false teachers leading many astray. Churches apostatizing, resulting in new religious organizations.


    In this series we will examine the challenges we face today. But first, it may be helpful to distinguish between the universal church and the local church as revealed in the Bible

  • 01:00

    Overcoming Challenges

    in Education

    We will discuss how to overcome challenges and achieve a successful outcome.


    As usual, we will also discuss two delicious recipes for sharing. The "safe" recipe will be Tomato Chicken Fettuccine, and the "adventure" recipe will be Seafood Stew.


     


     


     

  • 01:36

    The Challenges Confronting The Church (Universal)

    in Religion

    With more tha 38,000 denominations existing, i would like for us to examine challenges we face today. Although there are many, we will not examine every challenge, but a few of the more common ones faced by many churches of Christ. It might be helpful if we first carefully distinguish between the universal and the local church as revealed in the Bible

  • 01:06

    Embracing Challenges on Talk-N-Angels Radio Show

    in Spirituality

    Tonight on Talk-n-Angels we're going to address staying positive through unexpected challenges.  With Michael's leg immobilized and in a knee brace, we'll be broadcasting from his family room. It's the perfect night to discuss best practices for staying stubbornly positive through whatever adversity life has thrown at you.


     


    Perhaps you too are struggling with something going on in your life right now.  Tune in, call in, or listen in, and let's see if we can help each other see the light at the end of the tunnel


    Visit us at www.talknangels.com


     

  • 00:10

    The challenges of Refugees and Immigrants in U.S

    in Environment

    The challenges of Refugees and Immigrants in U.S


     II am Star Bright Judson, an immigrant from Myanmar (Burma). He was a political refugee, he's sharing  with us  about his background history on why did he left Burma and resettled in U.S.

  • 01:41

    Life Challenges, Bent But Not Broken

    in Culture

    This week's Life Challenge with Don Mills is about 'Ministry' in other words  'How you serve'..


    We are the stewards of our families and friends and the greater society. We are challenged to lift each other up with celebrations, to recognize our mentors, and to become grounded spiritually so we can help others live fuller and more satisfying lives. Now, it is time to recognize our MINISTRY. Life Challengers, share your testimony so that others will understand the benefits. What is it that you do that you are passionate about? What do you stand for and how have you tried to make a positive difference? What are you known for?


    THE ONE-PAGE FINANCIAL PLAN helps demystify the planning process so readers can figure out where they stand on key financial issues and where they want to go, in order to narrow the gap between the two.Carl Richards is a certified financial planner and a columnist for the New York Times, where he has a weekly “Sketch Guy” column. He is also a columnist for Morningstar Magazine and a contributor to Yahoo Finance. Richards is a popular keynote speaker and is the Director of Investor Education for the BAM ALLIANCE. Visit http://www.onepagefinancialplan.com/.


    This week on "Discussing it with Melissa" you will meet Ms. Jakia Cheatham. Author of, "Bent But Not Broken," CEO of Jakia Cheatham, Church Girl's Ministries, and a host of others. 
    She's showing young ladies how amazing it is to live a life of purity and how awesome it is to be a church girl in today’s society. 
    She is determined to change the way the world views a "Church Girl" and bring awareness to people about scoliosis. Listen to her story -her bout with scoliosis - she shares her struggles, how she overcomes and her....heart. 

  • 01:41

    Life Challenges, Bent But Not Broken (replay)

    in Culture

    This week's Life Challenge with Don Mills is about 'Ministry' in other words  'How you serve'..


    We are the stewards of our families and friends and the greater society. We are challenged to lift each other up with celebrations, to recognize our mentors, and to become grounded spiritually so we can help others live fuller and more satisfying lives. Now, it is time to recognize our MINISTRY. Life Challengers, share your testimony so that others will understand the benefits. What is it that you do that you are passionate about? What do you stand for and how have you tried to make a positive difference? What are you known for?


    THE ONE-PAGE FINANCIAL PLAN helps demystify the planning process so readers can figure out where they stand on key financial issues and where they want to go, in order to narrow the gap between the two.Carl Richards is a certified financial planner and a columnist for the New York Times, where he has a weekly “Sketch Guy” column. He is also a columnist for Morningstar Magazine and a contributor to Yahoo Finance. Richards is a popular keynote speaker and is the Director of Investor Education for the BAM ALLIANCE. Visit http://www.onepagefinancialplan.com/.


    This week on "Discussing it with Melissa" you will meet Ms. Jakia Cheatham. Author of, "Bent But Not Broken," CEO of Jakia Cheatham, Church Girl's Ministries, and a host of others. 
    She's showing young ladies how amazing it is to live a life of purity and how awesome it is to be a church girl in today’s society. 
    She is determined to change the way the world views a "Church Girl" and bring awareness to people about scoliosis. Listen to her story -her bout with scoliosis - she shares her struggles, how she overcomes and her....heart. 

  • 01:03

    Life Challenges with Don Mills Building Bridges

    in Culture

    BUILDING BRIDGES. Life Challengers gather around me. Class is in session. This is not a critical discussion, just a sharing of opinions. I value yours, so help me out with your comments that inspire, encourage, motivate and enlighten. During my many years of living, I have come to realize that everyone wants to be successful; at something. We pray, study, and practice techniques to achieve greatness in our areas of interest, but we often over look one step-BUILDING BRIDGES that will help us to be successful. When I am asked about becoming successful; developing and achieving goals; getting what you need and having what you want, I respond with questions about relationships with family and friends. I say, whatever questions you have, you already know someone with the answers; whatever you need and want, somebody you know has it and can tell you how they got it and might be willing to share it with you. But something is required! You have to reach out and BUILD BRIDGES that are ground in trust and friendship. You have to reach out to family and friends and let them know how they can be helpful. Your ability to achieve and sustain success, as evidence by accomplishing personal goals is connected to your ability to develop and maintain positive relationship with family and friends. Life Challengers, what are you doing to BUILD BRIDGES that will reposition you so that you can help family and friends live fuller and more satisfying lives. How do you develop and maintain positive relationships and establish new ones? What do you think?

  • 00:30

    Trust Your Journey--Facing Life's Challenges

    in Lifestyle

    “Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all.” ~Helen Keller


    There are many things common amongst all of us but a life challenge is sure to find it's way into each of our journeys. At some point you will be challenged by your health, a relationship, a family situation, finances or a never ending list of things that could pop up in your day. And just how do we view these challenges--as a pain in our side or a daring adventure that will allow us to grow?  


    Join certified life coaches Sherry Pierce and Beth Brownlee Thursday, April 16th (US), at Noon ET on Trust Your Journey Radio when they discuss Trust Your Journey--Facing LIfe's Challenges! Feel free to call into the show at 347-945-5813 and join in the discussion or stream live via the internet using the link below. Blessings and they look forward to hearing from you!


     

  • 01:29

    Life Challenges with Don Mills Spirituality

    in Lifestyle

    Donald Ray Mills, MA, LPC is comin with this week's "Life Challenge #4-Spirituality". Life Challengers, come on in and have a seat. Class is in! Active participation is encouraged, but not required. Sharing your thoughts with comments that inspire, encourage, motivate and enlighten helps us help our family and friends live fuller and more satisfying lives. There is no right or wrong answers.


    Discussing it with Melissa will continue her conversation with her girlfriends on today. You will get part 2 of the conversation:


    Come sit down with us for some *girl talk* as we discuss our HOT  topics:
    1. What does it mean and take to LOVE you?
    2. What do you think it takes to create a purposeful and meaningful life?
    3. How do you turn that critical voice in your head to your number one cheerleader?


    Attorney Chris Felden "Saving your home before you go into foreclosure"


    Get his free book about bankruptcy at the site www.feldenandfelden.com


     

  • 00:25

    Life happens..Challenges of one Family

    in Art

    One persons challenges in life can be a benfit to someone else