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  • 00:31

    Forensics and Faith with Carrie Stuart Parks

    in Current Events

    Maxine and Jeannie talk with Carrie Stuart Parks, an award-winning fine artist, internationally known forensic artist, and top notch author. She teaches forensic art courses to law enforcement professionals and is the author /illustrator of numerous books on drawing. Carrie began to write fiction while battling breast cancer and was mentored by New York Times best-selling author Frank Peretti. This promises to be a very interesting program. Invite a friend as we talk about "bones" and mystery solving. www.carriestuartparks.com.

  • 00:55

    Being yourself when the world wants to mold you

    in Spirituality

    Third show in the series - Spirituality Upside Down!

    Spirituality includes more than sweetness and light statements about joy.  It includes finding a way to integrate who you really are in your daily travels and setting aside time for the things that lift your spirits.  As well, it's important to remember that we are in this together.  Walking away from people that need you may feel good to you, but are you off track when you do?  

    Quite a lot to think about, right?  Let's break it down and chat about this.  This is the stuff regrets are made of, ah yes, and miracles!

    Tune in this Sunday, Nov. 8th at 11:00 am Eastern; 8:00 am Pacific; 4:00 pm in the UK, or listen afterwards via I-Tunes Podcast or in the archives here on www.blogtalkradio.com/spiriteddaydreams


  • 01:02

    FDN Support Talk Radio

    in Health


    New Lesson 7!

    Sean Croxton’s final podcast with Reed

    Mission of FDN/Continuous Improvement

    How the BH205 became one of the core diagnostic labs

    Phases of supplementation


    How long does it take for intestinal permeability to heal?

    FDN-P’s are educators

    The mold conference and the work of Dr. Ritchie Schumaker

  • 00:56

    Crime and Science Radio with special guest Todd Matthews

    in Books

    Title: Identifying The Dead, Finding The Missing: An Interview With Todd Matthews of NamUs

    BIO: Todd Matthews is the Director of Case Management and Communications for NamUs. He  joined the NamUs management team in 2011 as the program transitioned to the UNT Health Science Center. In his current role, he manages the NamUs Regional System Administrator staff, oversees quality assurance and quality control of NamUs data, performs outreach and training, coordinates all NamUs print and broadcast media, and serves as the media spokesperson for NamUs.

    Todd Matthews previously served as a NamUs Regional System Administrator and was a member of the NamUs Advisory Board for the development of the NamUs database and program. In those roles, he piloted efforts to coordinate data exchanges between NamUs and the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. 

    He has also served as the Media Director for two important volunteer programs related to missing and unidentified persons: The Doe Network and Project EDAN. He has worked as a blogger for Discovery ID and served as a consultant for Jerry Brukheimer on "The Forgotten" and Dick Wolf on "Lost & Found", two scripted series related to missing and unidentified persons.

  • 02:03


    in Christianity

    When the appeals of the Holy Spirit come to the heart, our only safety lies in responding to them without delay... You may never hear the invitation again. – {COL 280.4}

    And let none flatter themselves that sins cherished for a time can easily be given up by and by. THIS IS NOT SO. Every sin cherished weakens the character and strengthens habit; and physical, mental, and moral depravity is the result. You may repent of the wrong you have done, and set your feet in right paths; BUT THE MOLD OF YOUR MIND WILL MAKE IT DIFFICULT FOR YOU TO DISTINGUISH BETWEEN RIGHT AND WRONG. Through the wrong habits formed, Satan will assail you again and again. – {COL 281.1}

  • 01:01

    Guest: Denise Smith - Loss, Restoration and Inspiration

    in Christianity

    Denise Smith is going to share with us her journey of transformation. Having lost her own health, her possessions and the health of her family - she will share with you a story of loss, to God's promises, to recovery and to living a life restored. She will share with you hope, inspiration and practical tips that you can do to quickly transform your life.

    Visit healthyconceptsgroup.com to learn more! :) 

  • 00:38

    Kp Radio Hawaii 11-22-15... "Being 'Awaked' to What IS" (I mean, ALL of it!)

    in Education

    Show link: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/kpradiohawaii/2015/11/23/kp-radio-hawaii-11-22-15-being-awaked-to-what-is-i-mean-all-of-it

    Talked about (among other things):

    Jorge Almeida’s message… perfect for this time.
    Described a few points from the Kp journey where “awakenings” happened.
    We are currently in a massive awakening period, as a planet.
    Discussed a few posts from the Kp blog.
    We are here to break the mold, the old paradigms,one mold at a time, one paradigm at a time, one moment at a time.

    MP3 download link:


    [Pre-show notes: “How we are all really getting the opportunity to “wake up”, no matter where we are at.”]

  • 01:39

    The Paranormal and The Sacred Radio Show Presents Free Card Reading Night!

    in Paranormal

    Featured Host Char McCain, a Forensics Counselor, Psychic, Writer, Artist, Christian Mystic and UFO Experiencer~interviews guests who are experts on all aspects of the paranormal and the sacred. The Paranormal and The Sacred has been featured on Blog Talk Radio as Staff Pick!

    BACK by popular demand! TONIGHT come and get your cards read, join us in a conversation about our paranormal experiences! Free, no strings but heart strings as we have some pre-Thanksgiving fun extravaganza! The call in number is 619-924-9744.

    Follow us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/theparanormalandthesacred/?fref=ts

  • 01:07

    "Special Edition" Interview with the authors of Camouflaged Sisters

    in Military

    Camouflaged Sisters

    Some would have you believe that women are the weaker vessel. Granted, some of us may be less physically endowed than some men, but weaker vessel? I cannot agree with that label. Women have made history by showing their strength during challenging times. Often times, it only took one woman to influence a movement or create a world of change for those around her and for generations to come. This strength often comes in times of oppression or as a means of survival. I think of women like Helen Keller, Rosa Parks, Malala and even Oprah Winfrey who broke the mold of ‘normal’ and created immeasurable opportunities for women today. This act of breaking molds, knocking down limitations, and creating opportunities extends even into the military, where women make up nearly 14.5% of the Armed Forces. Women like Cathay Williams broke down barriers that prohibited women from enlisting into the Armed Forces, although she had to pose as a man to get into the Army. Once she was in, however, she broke down the stereotypes that women were not capable of serving in the military. Over time, women have proven themselves to be invaluable members of the Armed Forces. Black women, who have been among the last ethnic/gender group to make significant strides in the military, continue to show themselves worthy of the accolades enjoyed by their male counterparts over the years. These women were among the ‘firsts,’ creating opportunities for generations of Black women, like us, to come behind them and enjoy successful military careers.

    Lila Holley

    Shirley LaTour

    Tamara Sanford

    Kathy Marie Carter

    Amanda Randolph

    Sylvia McCrea

    Vernessa Blackwell

  • 01:07

    Conversation with Vices Adulation

    in Indie Music

    Vices and Adulation was founded in 2013, West Midlands singer, Lucy-may Upton, is a published poet, highly skilled artist and is entirely self-trained. The musician of the band is Fabian Upton. He has not studied music but plays by ear and by memorizing patterns. He is the current and four year 8 finger tapping guitar champion at  GuitarWar.com and one time sweep picking guitar champion.

    Vices and Adulation started out in Feb 2013, when their first instrumental album released. Their first vocal single “Dragon Princess” was released in March this year and won the Akademia Award for Best Alternative Rock Song. The band’s new vocal single “Sounds of the Hallway” has also recently been released.

    Ok, you have to keep in mind that this kind of music is not going to be for everybody. You’re not likely to hear it on the radio, or on MTV, because it is music as an art form. It is not adulterated by commercialism due to the monetary interests of any record company’s desire to attract a brainless audience so they can cash in and run happily to the bank. This is a complex musical art.

    With that in mind, Vices and Adulation is simply an amazing band, in the mold of Evanescence, Lacuna Coil and Nightwish to cite a few. It took me a while to come across an indie band within this genre again, but here it is.


  • 00:51


    in Spirituality

    Why women must stand for themselves and not allow men to mold them