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Join our special guests, Chanel and Jeffrey Nash, authors of Misunderstood Silence. They are speakers and coaches who educate, motivate, and inspire the masses. After completely restoring their marriage they set out on a journey to help others restore their lives and relationships. They are the CEO and Founders of The Nash Restoration Project. They teach others how to admit their problems, confront their issues, and restore their lives by allowing God to be in control of the situation and guide their footsteps.
You can purchase their book through www.thenashrestorationproject.com.
Jesus performed miracles and signs. He healed the sick, raised the
dead, quelled storms of nature, fed the multitudes and exercised
absolute authority over the spirit world—yet He wasn’t accepted as Israel’s Messiah. One might think that with those credentials, He would be automatically proclaimed Messiah. We are told, however, that “He came to His own [people], and His own did not receive Him” (John 1:11). After a 3 1⁄2-year ministry, only 120 followers were there for the miraculous beginning of His Church (Acts 1:15).
One of the prophecies about the Messiah foretold that He would be “despised and rejected by men” (Isaiah 53:3). The great works Jesus did that brought about His popularity in the country were not enough to overcome the disfavor He incurred from the religious authorities—or enough to secure loyalty from the fickle hearts of the common man. His mission and His teachings were at cross purposes to those who held high positions in the nation, and His purpose was also misunderstood by most of those who saw and heard Him. What were the Jews looking for? The Jews were acquainted with many of the prophecies about the Messiah, the chosen or “anointed one”
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This week’s show, Women – Strong, Angry or Misunderstood? What say you?
Our special guest is Change Agent, Wellness Coach and #1 Best-selling Author Crystal Talley sharing her personal life journey of weight loss of over 100 pounds. Learn what prompted her to begin on this triumphant path and how she stayed on track.
We have viewpoints from men and women. Why are women feared? Why do women believe the hype of being unworthy or weak? Are women truly weak? And if so, what constitutes that weakness? Who is providing the definition of the female/woman?
Does not living one’s authenticity create dis-ease in the body/soul, such as depression? Why do women not realize their full potential? So many questions, so many voices. Join in the conversation. Tell us your thoughts on this subject….
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Blessed But Misunderstood with your Host LaLa its about Trust!
Halloween season is the perfect time to bring up the topic of animals who are often misunderstood and mistakenly associated with the supernatural (such as bats, rats, cats and snakes). Why do these animals have spooky reputations? How did their associate with the supernatural originate? October is also a time when it's common to see television shows focusing on the topic of cryptid creatures. These are animal-like creatures that have yet, to be proven to exist, but have been reportedly seen by many. Is there a Bigfoot? What about El Chupacabra or The Jersey Devil? Whether you believe in such things or not, you do have to admit they make for a fun Halloween discussion. So make sure you're not home alone as you tune in to this episode of The Missy Show. It's sure to be frightfully fun! Join hosts J and D, Saturday, October 18th at 5pm Central.
Join Dr. Carlos as he explores the misunderstood Jew, Jesus. Amy-Jill Levine is University Professor of New Testament and Jewish Studies, E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Professor of New Testament Studies, and Professor of Jewish Studies at Vanderbilt Divinity School and College of Arts and Science in Nashville, Tennessee; affiliated professor at the Centre […]
Food storage & survivalism misunderstood!
American Preppers Radio!
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Food storage and the concept of survivalism or prepping is sensationalized and largely misunderstood. Many tend to hear survivalist and at once envision a guy sitting on a ten year supply of military rations in a basement or bunker somewhere. This image is hyped by media who simply wish to sell a story and worse is made up of journalists that live in a bubble of “the government will fix our problems”. The reality is that the bunker approach of military rations is both inaccurate and impractical.
Listen in as we give you 6 reasons and talk about why storing food is practical even if society never collapses
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Many of us will be misunderstood in many situations/circumstances. In fact, we are all most likely to be misunderstood especially in initial stages of any type of communication. I believe the key is to learn the great tool of communicating clearly and understanding who your audience is.
As Christians, we frequently find ourselves being misunderstood, and it's a painful feeling. It's even worse when you're single. You feel more isolated and alone than a married person would. Not having anyone to talk to about it makes the situation even worse.