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Dorit Sasson, creator of Giving Voice to Your Story, interviews LeeAndra Chergey, author of Make a Wish for Me: A Family's Recovery from Autism.
When LeeAndra Chergey is told that her son, Ryan, is no longer considered “normal,” she and her family are forced into a new way of handling the outside world. Together, Chergey’s family and a team of carefully chosen therapists put in years of hard work, and eventually teach Ryan to speak and express emotions. Through it all, Chergey follows her heart—and in the process, she learns that being “normal” is not nearly as important as providing your child with a life full of joy, love, and acceptance.Tender and candid, Make A Wish For Me is a story of accepting and tackling a disability stigmatized and misunderstood by society.
We'll talk about the courage it took her to deal with a system that did not support her family and autistic son and the courage it took for her to recover and live life fully. This is a podcast you definitely want to tune into!
Talk about courage! Dorit Sasson, of Giving Voice to Your Story, will interview Eileen Flanagan of the memoir Renewable: One Woman’s Search for Simplicity, Faithfulness, and Hope is the story of a spiritual writer and mother of two who, while trying to change the world, unexpectedly finds the courage to change her life. With wit and wisdom, Eileen Flanagan shares the engaging journey that brings her from midlife spiritual crisis to fulfillment and hope—and, briefly, to jail.
Specifically, we'll talk about the journey that led Eileen to become a leader of a group that uses civil disobedience and similar tactics to fight climate change. The book starts with my first act of civil disobedience, when I handcuffed my wrist to the White House fence along with 47 other people (including Daryl Hannah). You can read an excerpt: http://eileenflanagan.com/renewable/excerpt/
Dorit Sasson, of Giving Voice to Your Courage, interviews Jo Ivester, author of The Outskirts of Hope: A Memoir of the 1960s Deep South about her personal family journey with courage to the segregated American South. One of only two white families, and the only Jews, in all-black Mound Bayou, Mississippi in 1967, where Ivester and her family had a unique, front-row view of America during one of its most racially tumultuous eras. The Outskirts of Hope chronicles the experience and how her mother, who became a teacher, inspired the entire Mound Bayou community.
The Outskirts of Hope was called “a sensitive and powerful memoir of racial change in the South in the 1960s” by Booklist, and has continued to receive national attention since its release. Ivester has spoken on NPR’s “The Author’s Corner” and “Texas Standard,” and has been featured in the Austin Chronicle, Miami Herald, and many other media outlets.
Where is your Bible. Dust it off, get it out, open it up and come and let's keep up with the message for today. You will be blessed with a memorable message from our guest pastor. He is out there somewhere listening, telling others to listen and praying for each listener that wil listen to the Voice of Joy on this Tuesday Bible Study Time. Tanks and many blessings.
It's always difficult to move on after the death of a child. On today's show of Giving Voice to Your Courage, Dorit Sasson interview memoirist Kelly Kittel on the courage it took for her to move past grief and loss in her memoir Breathe.
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Who will would lift up the hands of the Men and Women of God in Ministry.
Lift Your Voice And Sing Your Song!
When we were born our voices were cut. We were told for reasons that we did not understand to keep our voices down. This creates many health disorders, physically and in our relationships. It is time to open your throat and release your inner song. Access your own power and make it known to all the world.
We are born on the planet in drama and emotional struggles. Our first moment was a painful struggle for our mother and ourself. This impacted us severely. Without knowledge, our childhood journey followed us into adulthood creating mental, emotional and physical disease.
Sonia Nadina Haynes takes you on a journey of reflection and healing to change your unconscious story. She helps you to heal in a powerful way. She is an emotional healer who works from the energetic and emotional level to help you heal your physical pain. Sonia is author of The Power Of Money, How you see money is how you see yourself, Law of Attraction In Design, Oneness, Reincarnation, Separation and Integration, all availableon Amazon.
Sonia Nadina's website: www.soniahaynes.com
To book an appointment, Email: email@example.com
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The Jesus Saves Ministry
509 Evergreen Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11221
www.tjsm.org or www.wutj.org
Pastor, Apostle Lonnie Stocks
Mark 16:15-18 (GW)
15 Then Jesus said to them, “So wherever you go in the world, tell everyone the Good News.
16 Whoever believes and is baptized will be saved, but whoever does not believe will be condemned.
17 “These are the miraculous signs that will accompany believers: They will use the power and authority of my name to force demons out of people. They will speak new languages.
18 They will pick up snakes, and if they drink any deadly poison, it will not hurt them. They will place their hands on the sick and cure them.”
On Monday night's show Leslie & Michael share the Good News. Now, more than ever, we are focused on the GOOD that's going on and urge everyone to stay positive and connect with others to make a change in this world!
Our hosts will speak about World Kindness Day and several ways you are able to pitch in with an act of kindness, as well as stories like how Teens Buy 150 Burgers to Hand Out To Homeless (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPOacJGEpUU&feature=player_embedded)
If you have a Good News story to share call 347-850-8907 between 9 and10 pm Eastern Time. It could be something you experienced personally or a story that inspired you! The link to share our Facebook Page is: https://www.facebook.com/leslieandmichaelshow/?ref=hl
Good News Program with co-anchors Michael Englese & Leslie Rodriguez
On this week's episode of A Kind Voice on Books, we are very pleased to be joined by Chris Lin, an entrepreneur and aspiring author from the San Fransisco Bay area. We'll be discussing his book, 10,000 Rides, which is a collection of stories he gathered while driving for rideshare companies. We're excited to hear exactly what it's like to work for Uber, Lyft and others like them, and all about the process he went through to get his experiences illustrated. To find out more about Chris’s interesting story please check out his Kickstarter Project.
Hosted by Erin Rae.
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