• 01:16

    John Carver Show - Dr. Bronner Make a Difference

    in Self Help

    Dr. Dale Bronner is a man with a message.  His website reads, "Word of Faith Family Worship Cathedral, a family of loving believers who are striving to make a difference every day.  Thank you for choosing to be our guest today.  We believe that you were divinely led to share with us to receive something from the Lord so that you can be a blessing to someone else.  We encourage you to never give up but always give back!  We offer a variety of ministries here to serve you. Word of Faith is a place where you can be encouraged, equipped and empowered to serve better, live better, be better, and do better!"

    Bishop Dale C. Bronner is the fourth of six sons of the late Mr. Nathaniel Hawthorne Bronner, Sr. and Mrs. Robbie Bronner. He began ministry in his local, public high school as president and founder of the Praise the Lord Club. Bishop Bronner is a graduate of Morehouse College, where he finished as the top student in the field of religion. Since that time, he has been the recipient of countless accolades. He became a member of the Martin Luther King Board of Preachers at Morehouse College in 1999. In 2001, he earned his Doctor of Ministry degree from Christian Life School of Theology. In 2003, he was consecrated/installed as Bishop by the International Communion of Charismatic Churches, which is a network of more than 16,000 churches."


    This man INSPIRES ME and I believe he will inspire you too!

  • 00:31

    Wedding Make-up! What's the difference?

    in Self Help

    Make-Up Artist Jade, could not be with us tonight, but from my experience we will proceed learning why it is sometime different from what you use everyday. How to keep it looking fresh and so your fiance knows you when you walk down the aisle.

    We'll also talk skin care and working from the inside out for beautiful skin.

    Plus, even more surprises of the New Year!

  • 01:00

    Make A Difference In Gods Kingdom

    in Christianity

    God has called all believers to make difference in his kingdom. We all have been blessed to serve the Lord and reach out with the love of Jesus. Has the Lord called you to make a difference?

  • 01:01

    Stand Up and Be Counted! You Can Make a Difference!

    in Blogs

    PROTEST!  Speak Up!  Do Your Part!
    Today, more than ever, we, good people, have to stand together to right the wrongs of fellow citizens, our government, and anything else where there is personal and social injustice, where there is religious persecution, where there is abuse of any kind.
    Today, we have Jeff Wiesenfeld, who organized a massive protest of "The Death of Klinghoffer" at the Metropolitan Opera.  Rabbi Joseph Potasnik was a featured speaker and It was attended by such notables as Rudy Giuliani and George Pataki. 
    Rabbi Diana S. Gerson also joins us today to talk about the importance of community involvement, your involvement, where you can make a difference.  You can stand up and be counted, and you should get involved.  
    "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." - Edmund Burke !

  • 00:16

    Small changes make a big difference...

    in Self Help

    Sometimes it is easy forget what makes the real difference in our lives. In a world that celebrates the instant celebrity, the new superstar and a world at our fingertips from the computer, tablet or mobile.

    What makes the real difference is not the quantum leap, the massive step or the big change.
    The difference is the small steps. The small steps that are taken consistently over time.
    The small steps that move us in the direction we want to go and achieve the results we want to achieve.
    Or the small steps we take that move us away from achieving our desired outcome.
    The small steps we choose are the steps that make the difference.

    Tonight I share how the small steps we choose to take make the real difference.
    I also talk with Tamara Taylor the Captain of the England’s Women Rugby Union team. A story of desire, passion and persistence. Tamara shares the small steps that led to her becoming a World Cup Winner.

    Read Tamara's blog.

    Enjoy the broadcast.

    Be Happy.
    Be Inspired.


  • 01:21

    The Difference Connections Make - Bill Waterer

    in Spirituality

    Today your host katherine Bright interviews Bill Waterer, Secretary and National Coordinator for the Australian Orangutan Project.
    Bill is also the State Coordinator for the Jane Goodall Roots and Shoots school program as he firmly believes unless the youth of today get involved there is no hope for the future of the animals in the wild.
    Hear how Bill Waterer's passion for the Orangutan has made a huge difference to the future of these wonderful creatures, so genetically close to humans.
    As this episode is pre-recorded, no callers can be answered and the blog will not be functional. 

  • 01:25

    The Difference Connections Make - Matthew Anning

    in Spirituality

    Join host Katherine Bright as she talks to talented spiritual astrologer Matthew Anning.
    Matthew holds a Music degree in piano performance and BA Hons in Modern Languages, having researched dialect in Japan. He has a Certificate 1 in Japanese proficiency, and was admitted to the Tarot guild of Australia in 2005.

    He has read the Tarot since age 13, and astrology since age 22. He quotes his religion as pagan, and has a strong interest in alternative healing, espcially chinese medicine.
    The accuracy with which Matthew draws his clients' astrological charts has been described as nothing short of astonishing. Hear how he uses his multiple talents in making a difference and helping others in this fascinating program.

  • 00:23

    Build A Business Or Make Money...There's A Difference

    in Entrepreneur

    There is a big difference between making money and building a business. If given the choice between building a sustainable business or making a ton of money, which would you choose? It’s understandable when the knee-jerk response is “Show me the money!”, however what if you could have both?

    Listen in as JT gives you 4 ways—and one powerful tool—for building a lucrative business that can be part of your legacy. (HINT: #3 is perhaps the most important of the four!)

    Fly High. Fly Fast. Fly Far!

  • 00:31

    Respect and Appreciation, What Difference Does it Make?

    in Motivation

    I got a letter asking about Respect. At first, I did not think I could do a half hour show about respect, yet I realized respect is connected in a big way to appreciation and both are huge energy changes in our lives. What is the difference and what difference does it make to your emotional flexibility and growth? What are the Top Ten Ways Respect and Appreciation changes your life and your days and your happiness? Tune in an Join the Conversation Friday Morning at 5:30 AM, PST! 

  • 01:00

    How would you make a difference with $5000? Let's talk.

    in Design

    We're geeking out in total tool-loving style at the Remodeling Show and Deck Expo. And we're asking everyone: How could you make a difference with $5000? Join us.

    MyFixitUpLife is heading to the annual Remodeling Show and Deck Expo, ready to announce Rebuilding Together's 'Tradesperson of the Year.' To celebrate the trades who give back in their communities around the country, we're testing (and rewarding) the skills and knowledge of attendees among the power and prowess from inside the 'Tool Alley' at the Remodeling show and Deck Expo.

    And while Mark may rule the pages and airwaves of MyFixitUpLife with his tool afficionado attitude, self-proclaimed tool-geek Kayleen McCabe and long-time Rebuilding Together volunteer is joining Theresa as co-host on this special episode of MyFixitUpLife talk. Kayleen's got game, too. She's a licensed contractor, host of DIY Network's 'Rescue Renovation,' and the 2009 Stud Finder winner.

    Yes, remodelers and deck builders do geek out on tools, many of them also use their skills to help their communities. We'll be talking with Grundy, host of DIY Network's Cool Tools and Blog Cabin, and Charley Shimanski, CEO of Rebuilding Together, and amazing tradespeople about their passion for building, their favorite go-to tools, and why making a difference matters to them.

    And we're asking everyone: How could you make a difference with $5000?

    Join us Thursday, October 23th at 1pmET as Theresa and Kayleen talk to Chris Grundy, Charley Shimanski, and amazing tradespeople.

    Come visit us during the day on Thursday, October 23rd at the Tool Alley at the Remodeling Show and Deck Expo in Baltimore to find out how you can win Lowe's money from us, and tell us: How could you make a difference with $5000?

  • 01:08

    Finding Solutions to Hunger, Poverty & Inequality: Kids Can Make A Difference

    in Education


    Welcome to Blog Talk Radio and the Voice of Change. I'm Sharon Ann Wikoff and delighted to be speaking with Larry Levine co-founder along with his wife Jane of Kids Can Make A Difference® (KIDS), a program of the International Education & Resource Network (iEARN).  KIDS is  an educational program for middle- and high school students, focuses on the root causes of hunger and poverty, the people most affected, solutions, and how students can help. The major goal is to stimulate the students to take some definite follow-up actions as they begin to realize that one person can make a difference.

    Larry has taught the KIDS program in many schools in New England and Metropolitan New York City. He also edits the KIDS newsletter, which is sent to more than 13,000 subscribers.  Prior to KIDS, Larry was Executive Vice-President of marketing and sales for an international corporation based in New York City. Larry is a member of the WhyHunger Advisory Board.

    Jane, in addition to her involvement with Why Hunger and KIDS, Jane received a Doctor of Education degree in nutrition and education from Teachers College, Columbia University. As a nutrition educator, she has researched, written, and lectured extensively about how food marketers target school children and about the ethics of the nutrition profession's complicity in such marketing efforts. Previously, she wrote the "Nutrition Watch" column for Why. Magazine. Prior to beginning her studies in 1987, Jane spent 18 years with Fortune 500 companies as a computer programmer, systems analyst and project manager. Jane is a member of the WhyHunger Advisory Board.


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