• 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.”

  • 00:43

    Getting to Yes with Yourself with Negotiation Expert William Ury

    in Self Help

    William Ury, co-founder of Harvard’s Program on Negotiation, is one of the world’s best-known and most influential experts on negotiation.  He is the co-author of Getting to Yes, the bestselling negotiation book in the world, and has taught negotiation to tens of thousands of people around the world.  He has served as a mediator in conflicts ranging from boardroom battles to labor strikes and from family feuds to civil wars.


    He has also served as a consultant to the Crisis Management Center at the White House; co-founded the Climate Parliament which Time magazine described as a "Google for global politics;" founded the Abraham Path Initiative, which seeks to build bridges between cultures and faiths and his work has been widely featured in the media from The New York Times to the Financial Times and from CNN to the BBC. He also has a popular TED talk, "The Walk from No to Yes." His newest book is entitled, "Getting to Yes with Yourself (and Other Worthy Opponents)." Visit www.williamury.com & http://abrahampath.org


    Get the OFF TO WORK CD & Off the Grid Into the Heart CD by Sister Jenna.  Like America Meditating on FB & follow us on Twitter.

  • 00:35

    Understanding and Preventing Conflict: Staying Out of The Mediation Emergency Ro

    in Religion

    Churches and their congregational members are not immune to conflict and the collateral damage that can be caused from unresolved "heart" issues which can grow into monsters. In this episode, Dale Pyne, CEO of Peacemaker Ministries discusses how mediation is often the "triage" or emergency room to dealing with conflict. Dale will identify the guiding Biblical principles and steps to address these types of issues. Join us as we learn how Peacemaker Ministries' mission is to equip and assist Christians and their churches to understand, prevent and respond to conflict biblically.


    Dale Pyne is the President and CEO of Peacemaker Ministries, whose purpose is to equip and assist Christians and their churches in understanding, preventing and resolving conflict biblically. Dale is an accomplished and experienced mediator whose work includes cases for Idaho and Washington state Supreme Courts, family courts, churches, businesses, government and tribal entities, families, and para-church organizations.


    Yvette Watson is a graduate student at the University of Baltimore obtaining a Master’s Degree in Negotiation and Conflict Management. When she is not assuming the role of “grad student,” she works full-time at a financial management firm. She is a mother and a wife who enjoys spending quality time with her family. Yvette obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree from Morgan State University. Her goal is to become a certified mediator with a specialization in business.

  • 01:06

    Deepertruth: Confirmation This Is My Vow, I will Be Faithful

    in Religion

    Pope Gregory the Great (604 A. D.) explained it by pointing out that such charismatic signs were “necessary in the first days of faith, but not in later years”(Homiliae in Evanfelia, Hom 29.4).


    The Holy Spirit is poured out upon the recipient through the invocation of the Bishop. During the Easter Vigil the Priest is authorized to Confirm by proxy for the Bishop.


    What a great blessing and honor it was to participate in this process while serving in Iraq.  


    In Iraq I was graced to be one of the
    leading Catechists is Baghdad as we Confirmed all of the Candidates and Catechumens.


    The miracle is that all those receiving this great Sacrament receive the Holy Spirit with all the blessings, as those from the beginning.


    Pope Pius states in his encyclical, Mediator Dei, 11/20/47, “…that we learn of confirmation through its liturgy is significant. This highlights the importance of liturgy as a means of knowing and transmitting religious teaching.” As water is used in baptism, olive oil, perfumed with balsam is used in Confirmation, the Sacrament of the Holy Spirit. It is Pentecost extended throughout the world, perpetuated and made ever present in the church. It is a call to spread the Kingdom of Christ, to spread the message of salvation.


     


     

  • 00:30

    Sex In A Box and A "Black Room" in Chiacago

    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!!

  • 00:33

    Are You Blind to Your Own Blind Spots? Take the Test!

    in Self Help

    In this thirty minute episode Susan Lager co-hosts with Meredith Richardson, a mediator and conflict coach who knows all too well how people, especially when in conflict, can be totally blind to their own emotional blind spots. When we refuse to acknowledge aspects of our personalities or behavior which may be obvious to others we live in a state of denial, ultimately cutting ourselves off from better choices in life.


    Tune into this episode to learn about a simple test which can tell you whether you may have blind spots running the show, and to develop some strategies for "seeing the emotional light" more clearly. You'll be amazed at how these tools can open up your life to new possibilities!


    Join us live with questions or comments by calling toll-free: 877-497-9046. If you can't make the live show catch the recording at www.BlogTalkRadio.com/SusanLager


     


     

  • 00:28

    Nance L. Schick. Coaching Readers to Resolve Conflict without the Courts.

    in Business

    Nance L. Schick, Founder, The Law Studio of Nance L. Schick


    The Law Studio of Nance L. Schick helps businesses that struggle with conflicts among their clients or customers, employees, managers, owners, and vendors. Nance L. Schick helps businesses resolve immediate conflicts and build skills to address future ones.Nance L. Schick’s first book, ‘DIY Conflict Resolution’ now available through Amazon, Barnes & Noble and iBooks.


    www.nschicklaw.com and www.thirdearprogram.com


    Nance L. Schick, Esq. is an attorney, mediator and conflict resolution coach who has been in solo practice in Manhattan since 2003. A former human resources supervisor, freelance sports writer and minor league hockey agent, she is often the Chief Resolution Officer for her clients and friends. A graduate of and frequent presenter for the Kauffman Foundation’s FastTrac Growth Venture program, she was a finalist in the 2013 Urban Rebound-Count Me In Pitch Competition and Enterprising Women Magazine’s 2014 Woman of the Year Awards. Hear her story as told recently to Franne McNeal of Significant Business Results on Significant Business Results Radio.

    www.linkedin.com/in/nschicklaw


    www.twitter.com/nschicklaw

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