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The Name Quest mentions all the names of God in the Bible while explaining their significance in ordinary language. The author weaves together fifteen years of Bible study research with plentiful illustrations and humorous anecdotes. These include lessons learned as a pastor on a Caribbean island.
Join us as we interview author John Avery of The Name Quest.
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Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Margaret Marshall to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss what led her to write the book BODY, MIND AND MOUTH, and what it's been like to see the way readers are responding to it.
Are you on YouTube?
No, why not? or Yes, but I don't use it much.
Today I will be talking with Maria Fachini aka "Super" Mario about the importance of using YouTube for marketing your business. Mario is the author of the "best seller," Video Marketing for Business Owners. He is a certified Power Marketing Consultant and Certified Cross Channel Marketer knows how to make both business and personal life easy, fun. and lucrative. - - - Contact Mario: http://www.videomarketingforbusinessowners.com
Why you will want to tune in, Mario will share with you and you will learn:
- a proven strategy that has been used by celebrities for the last 100 years and isn't going anywhere anytime soon
- how you can quickly and easily make your life easier and more lucrative while having fun in the process.
- the best way to attract quality leads and win the sale before your competition has a chance.
Take your business success to an even higher level using the tips you will learn from Mario.
Your host: Margaret Martin - "Helping people make positive change in their lives."
http://www.margaretmartin.com YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/MargaretMartinFL
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes back actress and model Margaret Luce to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss how she continues to be able to pursue her passions in life while bringing attention to causes and work that matter to her.
Margaret talks with Eileen Kennedy, Feng Shui practitioner, on Feng Shui for Business: Productivity and Wealth.
Eileen Kennedy shows you how to open doors to opportunity, love, health and money at the magnetic intersection of Classical Feng Shui, Chinese Astrology and Design.
With a background is in furniture and interior design, Eileen has been creating interiors for twenty years. Her furniture has been featured in various national and international publications including The New York Times. Eileen has studied Chinese Metaphysics with The Mastery Academy in Malaysia and BaZi Master Paul Yan.
Whether you’re looking to improve your love life, marriage, navigate a health crisis, or earn more money, Eileen can put the wheels in action to save you money, time, and considerably improve your life.
For more information on Feng Shui for Business, contact Eileen at http://www.EileenKennedyDesign.com
Look forward to your joining us.
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With average global temperatures continuing to set records almost annually, more Americans are admitting the reality of climate change, but are they admitting how serious it is and how quickly we need to act? Denial comes in many forms, and each of them requires a unique approach. To understand how to break through the denial of people who admit that global climate change exists but who want to believe there are good reasons to do nothing about it, we need to call in a psychotherapist.
In this episode, we talk to Margaret Klein Salamon, clinical psychologist who writes at The Climate Psychologist and who founded and is Director of TheClimateMobilization. The topic is how do we get people to understand the urgency of mobilizing to fight climate change and how to organize and use the Pledge to Mobilize campaign to compel Congress to act.
This show will be rebroadcast on March 28 at 9 AM PST/ 12 PM EST on the Star Com Radio Network.
Take Back America for the People is an educational nonprofit whose mission is to explain the true costs of corporate control of the US government.
Hear this upbeat and insiteful interview by host Michal Harris with guest artist Margaret King. Margaret King is a photographer who in her backyard creates a place of solace and non-conformity. She is an observer, learner, picture-taker and flower-grower who captures the lives and stories of the flowers and animals who visit.
“I am interested in sharing my world of nature through photography with children and adults. My philosophy of art is the process of creating visual representations of my encounters with the natural world.”
To read the CAGO Newsletter, visit www.ContemporaryArtGalleryOnline.com and click on the CAGO Media tab. On this page you will find our radio shows, videos and newsletters.
Contemporary Art Gallery Online continues each month with their monthly art competitions and exhibitions. Go to www.ContemporaryArtGalleryOnline.com, and Click on the Art Competition tab for details.
Terri Avery is a 30-year veteran of the radio business. She started her career at radio station WWRL in New York City as an intern. She was then named assistant music director and worked part time on the air. Her career took her to Dallas where she worked as a midday on-air personality at KKDA-FM, later becoming music director and then assistant Program director.
After 10 years at KKDA, she added more credits to her resume in Texas working at KMJQ in Houston as program director, before returning to KKDA as Operations manager and entertainment reporter for the then, local, Tom Joyner Morning show.
She’s done a stint in the record business with Mercury records before going to WWIN/WERQ in Baltimore. Soon after, becoming Director of Programming for Radio One.
After 6 years, she went to work at the National Association of Broadcasters in Washington, DC.
After a year there, she got recruited to work for Davis Broadcasting in Columbus, GA as Program director of WFXE, WOKS, and WKZJ.
In 2001,Terri, then got recruited by CBS Radio in Charlotte to be Program director of WBAV. After a year as Program director at WBAV, she was promoted to Program director over the three urban stations in Charlotte, WPEG, WBAV and WGIV.
In 2003, Market manager Bill Schoening promoted Terri to Operations manager/Program director over the two urbans, WPEG and WBAV. The stations WBAV/WPEG consistently reign in the Top 3 in Charlotte Neilson ratings, the system that measures radio listening in Charlotte, Gastonia and Rock Hill.
She a recipient of the Living Legends Foundation’s award for her many achievements in radio. She has been named as the recipient of the annual MIW (Mentoring and Inspiring Women In Radio) Radio Group “Achievement in Programming” Award and recently named one of “The Best Programmers” in the country from Radio Ink, a radio trade publication.
JOIN ME AND CO-HOST: JACKIE HICKMAN AS WE WELCOME, BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF LETTERS TO MY DAUGHTERS, POETIC AFFIRMATIONS OF LOVE FROM A FATHER. POET, MENTOR, ADVOCATE: "AVERY WASHINGTON..
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“When winning becomes too important, it blurs concern for the way our actions affect others; it necessarily sets up someone on the opposing side who must “lose.” The win/??lose mentality prominent in our society is a symptom of a much larger problem—a spiritual problem, in fact.” - Dr. Margaret Placentra Johnston
After practicing Optometry for over three decades - helping people to see better in the physical world - Dr. Margaret Placentra Johnston now offers clearer vision of a different sort - a broader perspective about religion and spirituality than what the conventional world typically recognizes.
The author of Faith Beyond Belief: Stories of Good People Who Left Their Church Behind, Dr. Johnston feels the spiritual development stages have the power to bring an end to religious intolerance and should be part of the general knowledge of our culture. Faith Beyond Belief has won a number of awards including being named the Gold Winner of the 2013 Nautilus Book Award in Religion/Spirituality. Visit www.FaithBeyondBelief-book.com. Watch the book trailer.
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What a difference a week makes! After what was one of the worst weeks in Crimson Tide athletics history, this week has been decidedly better. Avery Johnson's hire has injected excitement into a program that had been marking time for years under Anthony Grant. Alabama's football also had its first scrimmage, and we'll have some information from that affair on tonight's show as well. Finally, we will be talking all of this and more with Luke Robinson and Kirk McNair. The show kicks off at 5:30 with Cary Clark, Drew DeArmond and Thomas Watts. Be there or be Auburn.
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