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My good friend Van spencer --known in Spanish speaking circles as "BUSETA"- came for an "exploritory visit" to Costa RIca to see about doing some work with us here. We had a great time and lots of laughs. Listen in as I interview him about his work in Africa and India nad NOW Costa Rica... GREAT TIME!
Award winning novelist, poet and nonfiction writer Beth Spencer reads from and talks about her latest poetry book,Vagabondage. In this candid conversation we discuss her own journey, the idea of "leaving no trace", about aging, displacement, homelessness, her writing processes, about giving up and then re-finding herself as a writer, verisimilitude and the poetic form, the value (and pain) of solitude and attention, about time's cyclical and mosaic quality and why poetry works so well to describe that, and much more.
Octavia Brooks is a non-denominational Reverend with over 20 years’ experience in earth-based, new age, and indigenous traditions. Her passion is to inspire, motivate and support healers, practitioners, counselors and all givers so they can stay healthy and happy in their service. She offers group healing, multi-cultural ceremony and individual coaching/healing. While she overcame early childhood and health challenges, she learned powerful Shamanic healing techniques.
Reverend Octavia's work with holistic practitioners, healers and counselors provides them with the tools that allow them to share their gifts without it being at the expense of their own well-being. These tools are not specific to practitioners. They can be used/applied to our every day life to reduce stress, stay motivated and to get clarity. She also describes how we can use a "portal of compassion" when faced with angry/negative people.
LIsten to this interview and you will be led through a very powerful meditation.
Be sure to take advantage of Reverend Octavia's generous offer.
REVIVALS don't work anymore!!! ---WELL...Some one should tell GOD! (Mention it to Jerry Spencer as well).............. Dr. Jerry Spencer is just finishing a revival at PINEY POINT BAPTIST CHURCH this last week! I want to speak with him about the call of an evangelist and why churches should still be using evangelist! ( Maybe we will get a couple of good stories out of him as well?) 1/2 hour is not NEAR enough time!!!
We are debutting this new show on our main blogtalkradio channel... this show will be discussing all aspects of Lyme Disease monthly... treatments, symptoms, alternative treatments, great guest experiences throughout the year...
Paige Spencer is our lovely co-host for this great show... Please join us to learn about Lyme Disease
The show will appear twice a month on the 2nd and last Tuesdays of the month... Invite you're friends and other lymies....
Show Link: http://blogtalkradio.com/joeygiggles
Call in number: 310-982-4253
or join us in the chatroom
Have you ever found yourself following someone just because they're popular? How about because they've written a book or fourteen? Maybe because your friend(s) suggested the person? Have you ever stopped to wonder where that person got their knowledge? Is it all knowledge, or is it wisdom? And yes, there is a difference.
Today, my co-host Melanie Beres, our close friend Robert C. (a.k.a. Stash) and I will be discussing our experiences with such people. The self-same people that live VERY comfortable from just giving speeches and writing books while living in a tax-bracket that none of us will probably never experience.
If you're looking for ways to make your life better, there are genuine people available to help you, without charging for everything, if anything at all. So now, how do you find these wonderful people?
Join us today for our discussion... and who knows? We may open the phone lines later in the show!
Dog Behavior and Training expert Julie Forbes comments on Cecil the Lion's death and then two interviews with dog-related authors Spencer Quinn and Jon Katz.
Welcome to Americas voice net work with bill Spencer. Diana beth. Tonite show is based on. Topics imageation gun control ,socialism. By the liberals join us call in voice your opinion. We must unite and stand tgthr we must take our country. Back. From the liberals. We know socialism is bad. And we're seeing the destruction of it we must take our country back from the liberals. Join us on this hot topic. Gun control and FEma ,
Mark Spencer is a native of Prince George's County. Mark has practiced law for 26+ years, earning high marks from the county's legal community, neighborhood groups and civic associations for his work as a top litigator in the State's Attorney's office. He currently serves as Inspector General of the Prince George's County Police Department.
In his current role as the Inspector General, he conducts formal, scheduled inspections of all components of the office and ensures agency compliance with rules, policies, and EEO laws. The Inspector General also resolves any complaints of discrimination and harrassment whereever they occur throughout the agency, and ensures that all deputy sheriffs are performing their duties in accordance with the "best practices" of law enforcement.
Also in this conversation is Mr. Bob Ross, President of the Prince George's County NAACP. For more than forty years, Bob has worked as an organizer and advocate in Philadelphia where he was a lobbyist, organization director and he held many positions of increasing responsibilities. He was especially focused leadership development, organization building, contemporary labor and political issues, civil rights and community organizing. A great conversation to listen to.
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This Monday Graphic Policy Radio hits the air to discuss writer Ales Kot's newest series from Image Comics, Material!
In Material a man comes home from Guantanamo Bay, irrevocably changed. An actress receives an offer that can revive her career. A boy survives a riot and becomes embedded within a revolutionary movement. A philosopher is contacted by a being that dismantles his beliefs. Look around you. Everything is material.
Joining us in the discussion is not just Kot, but also guest Spencer Ackerman. Ackerman reported the uncovering of the Chicago Police Department's torture site which is a key point in Kot's series.
Ales Kot writes because nothing else makes sense. He's responsible for screenplays, video games, graphic novels and products/experiences which do not even have their names assigned as of yet. His portfolio includes Disney, Warner Brothers, Image Comics, Marvel Entertainment, DC Entertainment, Dark Horse Comics and more.
Spencer Ackerman is the U.S. national security editor of the Guardian, where he was part of the team that won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service Journalism for the NSA surveillance revelations provided by whistleblower Edward Snowden. A former senior writer for Wired, Ackerman won the 2012 National Magazine Award for Digital Reporting for his series about Islamophobia in FBI counterterrorism training. Having reported from Iraq, Afghanistan, Guantanamo Bay and numerous ships, bases and a submarine, Ackerman in 2015 exposed a secretive incommunicado police detention center in Chicago called Homan Square. A Brooklyn NY native, his mother taught him to read with Bill Mantlo's Incredible Hulk run.
We want to hear your thoughts too. You can Tweet them to us at @graphicpolicy.
Since early childhood, William David Spencer has been in love with books and, particularly with mysteries and adventure stories. Captivated as a small child by the ingenious tales of Joe Pooh, Teddy Bear Detective, spun out by his endlessly inventive older sister, the young boy was left bereft of sister and story at her untimely death when he was only six years old. Books, poems, music and lyrics were his solace and he has been deeply immersed in creating them ever since.
Born and reared in urban central New Jersey, his life was changed by two events; his encounter with Jesus through Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship after a thought-provoking hospitalization in the summer between his final year in high school and first year in college, due to cutting too much weight as co-captain of his high school wrestling team; and the impact of a riot in his birth city, Plainfield, N.J., during the racial upheavals in the late 1960s. The second event propelled him into a lifetime of urban ministry taking the healing message he’d learned from the first event to the streets of Plainfield, then to Newark, Philadelphia, back to Newark/New York/Jersey City, Trenton, Louisville, Kentucky, and today to Boston, where he trains ministers, as professor of theology and the arts, with Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary’s Center for Urban Ministerial Education. Along the way he played in a band during the Jesus Movement, performing at coffee houses and festivals, helped establish a school for store front pastors, planted a storefront church he continues to co-pastor, helped create an academic journal and a book line and has had many adventures himself in city ministry.