• 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.”

  • 00:30

    Jesus: Prophet, Priest, & King (Pt 3)

    in Spirituality

    Today we enter the Holy Place with Christ as the Bread of Life; our Great High Priest; mediator between God and man; and representative of God the Father to his people.

  • 02:01

    episode #88One Mediator between God and Man, The Macedonia Call Around the Globe

    in Religion

    Join Evangelist Clint Green and I as we preach the gospel of Jesus Christ. Every Friday night at 10:00.pm est. Call in at 347-989-8862. The phone line only works while we are on live.

  • 00:37

    Sunday Morning Inspiration (The Mediator)

    in Women

    I have been called a lot of things; The rock, the executioner, the equalizer and an angel on earth to some.  Today I am going to talk to you about my most discriptive title "The Mediator"  I am going to help you come to an agreement between the hurts of your past and YOU! 


    This weeks inspiration:


    1 Timothy 2:5 ESV 


    For there is one God, and there is one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus,


    join us on FB HEAL-ing TH-rough Hurt i-TALK  Radio


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    Silent Noise "Lip Service" Yet


     


    Check back each week for our 15 minutes of Power!

  • 00:46

    Author David Gaggin on "The Endless Journey": Our Spiritual Origins

    in Spirituality

    This is the podcast you've longed for!


    Listen in for perspective and analysis of unfolding world events and the overall changes taking place in society that will help you clarify uncertainty as well as help you grow personally.


    Co-hosts Carole Gold and Steve Clark bring a wealth of personal aand professional experience which makes for thought-provoking conversation. Their diverse backgrounds provide a rich persepctive on life's challenges and the many ways we can approach rising above them.


    Carole Gold is a lawyer, Mediator, Life Coach, Author and lifelong  intuitive. Her daughter currently serves in the Israeli Defense Forces.


    Steve Clark is a former Marine Corps Infantry Officer and Bond Trader who currently works in the technology field in lead generation. Steve and his wife have 6 children.


    Our only agenda is to empower you to be the autonomus, creative, joyful and successful individual you were meant to be.


    Its all about energy and it's rightful use. We call it "rightuseness." When we each approach challenges with the intention to resolve them in the highest good for all concerned, we use energy the way in which... and for the purpose...it was designed.


    No one has all the answers but each of us has our own, unique contribution to make in solving the challenges we face. When we come together, sharing ideas and co-creating solutions we change the world.


    Join us and call in to bring your part to this exciting conversation!


    Welcome!


    Carole and Steve


     

  • 02:17

    GOD'S REST OF HIS COVENANT pt3

    in Religion

    URAP - Understanding Receiving and Activating the Power of God! Teaching series..As Sons of Abraham... at the expense of our Lord and personal Savior Jesus Christ we are positioned and in pursuit of kingdom principles. A better covenant of living is what we have in Christ. In these teaching in the Book of Hebrews, we begin by seeing Christ Greater than the angels. Our covenant is with Him while angels are just ministering spirits, servants sent to minister unto those of us that are of salvation. 


    There yet remains a rest for us, but we must be willing to deal with our issues in order to be partakers of God's rest. We continue to expound upon Hebrews 3:10-11 and then flow into verses 12-19. 

  • 00:35

    Strengths in Focus with Chris Trout

    in Fitness

    Chris Trout is a lover of great jazz, fascinating people and transformative ideas. For 37 years, he has explored the power of hidden strengths, his teachers an endless stream of resilient youth, adults and organizations who have tapped that new story to transform their lives.  After 27 years as an educator, therapist, mediator, speaker and administrator, Chris entered the national conversation, bringing his message of resiliency and hope to diverse audiences, from inner-city Los Angeles to rural Canada. His writings have extended that reach around the world. Chris an be found on the beautiful coast of Maine with his wife, artist Suzanne Drown, adapting to a new adventure, life with adult children.


     

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