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  • 00:45

    (1) YAHUSHUWAH: THE MEDIATOR

    in Spirituality

    SHABBAT SHALOM FAMILY WELCOME ALL TO OUR LIVE LESSON....


    WE WILL GO OVER THE TRUE MEANING OF THE MEDIATOR (NOT ONLY OF NEW COVENANT).


    THIS IS A MUST UNDERSTAND ISSUE THAT HAS BEEN TAUGHT IN LEAVEN.


    THIS IS PART ONE AND WILL BE FOLLOWED BY OTHER PARTS WITHIN THIS MINI-SERIES.  MAKE SURE TO LISTEN TO ALL LESSONS IN ORDER.


    BLESSINGS ISRAEL

  • 00:44

    (4) YAHUSHUWAH: THE MEDIATOR

    in Spirituality

    SHALOM FAMILY...


    WE WILL WRAP UP THIS MINI-SERIES TODAY CONCERNING "YAHUSHUWAH: THE


    MEDIATOR".


    OUR LIVE LESSON WILL BEGIN JUNE 15, 2014 @ 10PM (EST).


    FACEBOOK AND TWITTER LESSONS (WITH THE CORRECT START TIMES:)


    BLESSINGS

  • 00:31

    Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Ms. Mediator Linda Liljedahl

    in Legal

    Baton Rouge, LA – There are no true winners in court. Once an argument or conflict escalates to the point where a trial is unavoidable, all parties have lost. That’s why we need mediation. Why burden the courts with a dispute that can be resolved independently?


    Linda Liljedahl, better known as Ms. Mediator, is an attorney and founder of the Dispute Resolution Institute of Louisiana. As one of Louisiana’s most accomplished mediators, Liljedahl is always looking to find ways to assist and support disputants in court cases and potential lawsuits to work out their differences before advancing to actual trial.


    “As a mediator I’m focused on the solution, something that works for both sides,” says Liljedahl. “I’m a strong mediator because I’m nosey and I care. I genuinely want to know what happened and why they feel the way they do.”


    Mediation is a means of resolving disputes between two or more parties. Typically, a third party, the mediator assists the parties to negotiate a settlement. The mediator acts as a neutral third party and facilitates rather than directs the process.


    As the first form of conflict resolution, mediation is older than the practice of law itself. Unlike arbitration, which takes a case out of the legal system, if the parties can’t reach a settlement through mediation, it goes back to the courts and you try the case.


    “Very often the parties haven’t been able to talk to each other at all. Feelings have been hurt and anger builds,” says Liljedahl, “So communication is the name of the game. They’re going to have an opportunity to talk and they’re to do it in a civilized matter. If you allow a client five minutes to get the anger off their chest, you’d be surprised how much better it can work everything out.”

  • 00:31

    Part 3: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Ms. Mediator Linda Liljedahl

    in Legal

    Baton Rouge, LA – There are no true winners in court. Once an argument or conflict escalates to the point where a trial is unavoidable, all parties have lost. That’s why we need mediation. Why burden the courts with a dispute that can be resolved independently?


    Linda Liljedahl, better known as Ms. Mediator, is an attorney and founder of the Dispute Resolution Institute of Louisiana. As one of Louisiana’s most accomplished mediators, Liljedahl is always looking to find ways to assist and support disputants in court cases and potential lawsuits to work out their differences before advancing to actual trial.


    “As a mediator I’m focused on the solution, something that works for both sides,” says Liljedahl. “I’m a strong mediator because I’m nosey and I care. I genuinely want to know what happened and why they feel the way they do.”


    Mediation is a means of resolving disputes between two or more parties. Typically, a third party, the mediator assists the parties to negotiate a settlement. The mediator acts as a neutral third party and facilitates rather than directs the process.


    As the first form of conflict resolution, mediation is older than the practice of law itself. Unlike arbitration, which takes a case out of the legal system, if the parties can’t reach a settlement through mediation, it goes back to the courts and you try the case.


    “Very often the parties haven’t been able to talk to each other at all. Feelings have been hurt and anger builds,” says Liljedahl, “So communication is the name of the game. They’re going to have an opportunity to talk and they’re to do it in a civilized matter. If you allow a client five minutes to get the anger off their chest, you’d be surprised how much better it can work everything out.”

  • 00:31

    Part 2: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Ms. Mediator Linda Liljedahl

    in Legal

    Baton Rouge, LA – There are no true winners in court. Once an argument or conflict escalates to the point where a trial is unavoidable, all parties have lost. That’s why we need mediation. Why burden the courts with a dispute that can be resolved independently?


    Linda Liljedahl, better known as Ms. Mediator, is an attorney and founder of the Dispute Resolution Institute of Louisiana. As one of Louisiana’s most accomplished mediators, Liljedahl is always looking to find ways to assist and support disputants in court cases and potential lawsuits to work out their differences before advancing to actual trial.


    “As a mediator I’m focused on the solution, something that works for both sides,” says Liljedahl. “I’m a strong mediator because I’m nosey and I care. I genuinely want to know what happened and why they feel the way they do.”


    Mediation is a means of resolving disputes between two or more parties. Typically, a third party, the mediator assists the parties to negotiate a settlement. The mediator acts as a neutral third party and facilitates rather than directs the process.


    As the first form of conflict resolution, mediation is older than the practice of law itself. Unlike arbitration, which takes a case out of the legal system, if the parties can’t reach a settlement through mediation, it goes back to the courts and you try the case.


    “Very often the parties haven’t been able to talk to each other at all. Feelings have been hurt and anger builds,” says Liljedahl, “So communication is the name of the game. They’re going to have an opportunity to talk and they’re to do it in a civilized matter. If you allow a client five minutes to get the anger off their chest, you’d be surprised how much better it can work everything out.”

  • 01:57

    Full Fledge, Sunday Edition, Standing In the Gap, with Michael-Jay ...

    in Current Events

    { The Full Fledge Show } is live now , Episode :STANDING IN THE GAP TheCall in # is (347)-826-9733


    The truth can be denied, ignored, despised and lied about, but it never, ever becomes something other than the truth. So it is with the Truth, that is, the Incarnated Truth, which is the person of Jesus Christ, who said, I am the Way and the Truth and the Life, no man comes to the Father but by me. Because the Truth became flesh, and dwelt in the earth, as fully man and fully God, the Standard that God raised up came into a sinful, evil world and stood in the gap, between wicked mankind and the Holy God of the universe. It was in this glorious Person that the greatest crime the world had ever committed was transformed into the greatest gift of mercy, justice and redemption for sinful mankind.


    Psalm 9:12 When he makes inquisition for blood, he remembers them; he does not forget the cry of the humble. 22But ye are come unto mount Sion, and unto the city of the living God, the heavenly Jerusalem, and to an innumerable company of angels, 23To the general assembly and church of the firstborn, which are written in heaven, and to God the Judge of all, and to the spirits of just men made perfect, 24And to Jesus the mediator of the new covenant, and to the blood of sprinkling, that speaketh better things than that of Abel.


    God will pour out His eternal fury on those that persecute His children.


    Amen,


    This is your host,


    Michael-Jay

  • 02:59

    Curious Times - Astrid Traveling, Liquid Consciousness with Astrid Stromberg

    in Spirituality

    Astrid Stromberg returns and we will be treated to a visit with her daughter Kyali, who will be celebrating her Birthday!


    Astrid will talk to us about Liquid Consciousness and if time permits we can take some calls.


    Astrid is a born psychic, medium, channeler.


    She has education in Economics and International Politics, and Business Development (Europe/USA).


    Astrid is an International Personal and Business Consultant and private Advisor. She's a Holistic Healer, Clinical Hypnotherapist, Reiki Master, Ordained Minister, Teacher and Mediator.


    Astrid is a Former President to the United Nations Association for Northern California, a dynamic Speaker, Radio & Film Producer & Host, Artist and Astrologer who loves Tennis, Travel and Culture. She's the Mother of two and Founder of Brilliant Essence and Astrid on Air.


    Astrid Stromberg reveals how to succeed and be fulfilled living your Brilliant Essence.


    You can find Astrid at: http://www.astridonair.com


    To contact the Host (Chris): www.curioustimes.ca or www.facebook.com/curioustimesradio

  • 00:34

    Theatre of Witness – Finding the Medicine in Stories of Suffering

    in Self Help

    Theater of Witness is a form of performance in which the true life stories of people whose voices haven’t been heard in society are performed by the storytellers themselves as a way for audiences to bear witness to significant social issues. The theater productions are scripted from individual and group interviews as well as a variety of creative process techniques and consist of scripted text, music, movement, imagery and film projection. The productions are created with the performers who themselves have directly experienced the issues being explored. Theater of Witness invites audiences to put a face and heart to societal issues of suffering and to celebrate the power of the human spirit to grow and transform. Theater of Witness is a form of peace building and inspiration.


    Teya Sepinuck is the founder and director of the Theater of Witness model of performance that gives voice to those whose stories haven’t been heard in society. Teya is the recipient of the Philadelphia Human Rights Award for Arts and Culture, a Local Hero Award from the Bank of America, and Cultural Arts Award from Women’s Way and the Mayor’s Commission on Women. She was just named the Chair of Theatrical Innovation by Holywell Trust. Her book, ‘Theatre of Witness – Finding the Medicine in Stories of Suffering, Transformation and Peace’ was published in February 2013.


    Zena Zumeta, internationally known as both a mediator and trainer of mediators.  She is president of the Mediation Training & Consultation Institute, Zena Zumeta Mediation Services, and The Collaborative Workplace in Michigan.  Zena is a lawyer and a former president of the Academy of Family Mediators.

  • 00:45

    Cultural Misunderstandings: Working with Different Leadership Styles

    in Management

    Amid accelerating change and globalization, companies are faced with the difficult challenge of thinking globally while acting locally. Companies are in dire need of leaders who possess an exceptional ability to accelerate business in complex and multicultural environments. However, working in a multicultural environment is complex and causes many misunderstandings. Even if you never leave the US, the increase in the rate of globalization will likely have you working with a peer, employee or boss from a different national, cultural background. Join us to find out how these cultural misunderstandings take place and how you might prepare yourself to overcome them.


    Dr. Katrina Burrus, PhD, MCC has a proven track record in coaching numerous international leaders. Her coaching career has taken her to Europe, Asia and the United States, and she is recognized for her distinctive capabilities with leaders and teams from a wide variety of cultural backgrounds. MKB Conseil & Coaching specializes in leadership coaching for Global Nomadic Leaders, Brilliant and Abrasive Leaders and Talents. Katrina is passionate about supporting leaders, increase their performance and find more meaning in what they do. Katrina teaches postgraduate courses at various universities and speaks and facilitates workshops on “Global Nomadic Leadership”, on “Brilliant and Abrasive Leaders”, and on “Successful Integration into a New Role”. She was the first ICF (International Coach Federation) Master Certified Coach in Switzerland, founder and Board Member of ICF Switzerland. She has published two books, “Global Nomadic Leaders” and “When the Visionary is Blinded.”


     

  • 03:00

    Curious Times – Mediums Jen Young, Sherri Gamble and Vicki Johns

    in Spirituality

    Jen Young is a psychic, clairvoyant, medium, channel, healer and spiritual empath. She feels, hears, sees, tastes and smells what spirit has to offer, sharing that information with great sensitivity and compassion. She possesses and shares the insight and wisdom of being an eternal student and teacher of the spiritual gifts that are constantly awakening within her.


    Jen has a compassionate spirit and is able to help others seek the source within, to find their pathway to self-awareness, understanding and to that link we all carry within to the source of all creation. She is a humble and quiet energy that has unique gifts that make her a true gift from spirit to all of humanity.


    To contact Jen or inquire about a private reading please visit:  www.jenyoung.ca


    Sherri is a Healer, Empath, Medium/Psychic who has been helping guide people on their spiritual path for over 15 years. You can find Sherri at: https://www.facebook.com/ILoveGFW


    Vicki is a working Psychic, Healer and Medium with extensive training and delivers Meditation workshops. She is also a Mediator who helps families referred by the courts to settle disputes. 


    You can contact Vicki by email at: http://vicki.johns@suddenlink.net


    To Contact the Host: www.curioustimes.ca  www.facebook.com/curioustimesradio

  • 00:31

    Is The Media Turning or Not?

    in Self Help

    Live on air! ADVICE & READINGS!


    At times we all need practical as well as inspirational advice or guidance. So whether its a mortgage question, a business start-up, a relationship, a child...whatever you are dealing with and need support for you are not alone!


    Looking for advice or answers to your greatest challenges?


    Carole Gold and Steve Clark have a remarkable and rich combined treasure house of professional and personal experiences that allow them to address whatever is on your mind and provide you with insights and solutions that can move you to the next level of your own genius or new depths in your personal relationships.
        
    Steve is a former Marine Officer, Wall Street International MarketsTrader and Lead Generation Marketer. Carole is a Lawyer, Mediator, Author and Intuitive. Both are parents and... both are here to not only take a higher perspective look at world events but also to bring things up close and personal by taking your questions on-air about difficulties or decisions facing you in your life at this moment.


    Take this opportunity to speak directly with Carole and Steve and receive guidance and clarity that you'd pay thousands of dollars for privately!!