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The Wedding Jeannie’s Spring Officiant Series Continues with Interfaith Minister, Reverend Laurie Sue Brockway!
This week we chat with another amazing officiant who performs interfaith and non-denominational weddings. Rev. Laurie Sue Brockway has performed ceremonies for all denominations, from Agnostic and Sufi to Native American and Earth-based. She possesses a strong ability to connect to her couples, who truly love her unique, contemporary style and her ability to merge religions and cultures seamlessly. Not only is she an exceptional minister, she’s also a writer and has a very interesting, successful background in journalism.
She will tell us how she customizes her special ceremonies, what to consider when looking for the right officiant, and much, much more!
Join us live at noon on May 7, 2013.
The Wedding Jeannie’s Spring Officiant Series Continues; Ed Case, CEO of InterfaithFamily!
One important aspect of ceremonies that we see often is the merging of different faiths. It can be challenging but there are resources that offer help along the way. This week we chat with Ed Case about his organization, InterfaithFamily, which offers exactly this kind of help. It is a wonderful resource for interfaith couples exploring Jewish life and communities and is founded on the belief that people in interfaith relationships contribute to the strength and continuity of Judaism.
We’ll chat with Ed about what to consider when merging faiths, some of his supportive educational programs, how you can be a part of InterfaithFamily, and much, much more!
Join Jeannie Uyanik live at noon on April 10 for another show you won’t want to miss!
The Wedding Jeannie kicks off the Spring Series; Introduction to how to Hire an Officiant! The person who performs your marriage ceremony will be one of the most important people at your wedding, and the ceremony is one of the most important moments. In that vein, there are many things to consider when thinking ofwho to choose and how. While this choice is exceedingly personal, there are some guidelines and questions to discuss with your partner that can help make the decision seamless - is religion a key element to you? If so, Is the ceremony interfaith or intercultural? If not, what goes into a civil ceremony? Do you want to write your own vows? Will the ceremony be in a house of worship or at a venue? We'll discuss these things and so much more this week before we start chatting with Officiants next week and for the remainder of the series!Join Jeannie Uyan
The Wedding Jeannie’s Spring Officiant Series Continues with a True Renaissance Man; Celebrant Kevin Bain!
This week we chat with another amazing officiant, nondenominational minister and certified Life Cycle Celebrant, Kevin Bain. Kevin believes the ceremony is the “heart” of the wedding, and approaches ceremonies exactly the way most couples desire – with sincere, steadfast commitment to the couple and the promise that he will create something entirely personal and custom-made just for them. He has given many couples this special gift during a variety of ceremonies - from civil/commitment ceremonies, vow renewals, destination weddings, and elopements! We’ll chat about how Kevin’s process works, what he believes to be the most important things to consider when thinking of your ceremony, and much, much more! Join Jeannie Uyanik live at noon on Wednesday, April 17 for another
Your wedding ceremony is a Symbolic way of expressing your intention to commit yourself exclusively to another person If you've decided to have a civil wedding ceremony or are renewing your marital vows, but aren't sure what you should consider before selecting an officiant, Well tune in to hear what our guest host Sandra Bearden of WeddingsBySandy.com has to say on the subject. Hosted By: Roxanna Payne of A Platinum Moment Event Planning
The Wedding Jeannie’s Spring Officiant Series Continues with Interfaith Minister, Reverend Gary Deinstadt!
This week we chat with another incredible interfaith officiant, who happens to also be an Emmy award-winner with an extremely decorated music career. Rev. Gary Deinstadt found his calling from the young age of 13, and since then he remained in the ministry, and went on to become an ordained, seminary-trained minister. He brings a unique perspective to his couples because he merges his love and understanding of music composition with his desire to create a loving, open, and caring atmosphere for his couples.
All of his work is highly personal; it is important to him that each couple’s love be reflected in a unique way. He’s performed all types of ceremonies, from non-religious to interfaith, vow renewals, weddings, and everything in between! He will tell us all about his work, some of his most memorable ceremonies, tips for couples looking to hire officiants, and much, much more!
Join Jeannie Uyanik live at noon on Wednesday, May 22 for another show you won’t want to miss!
The Wedding Jeannie’s Spring Officiant Series Continues with Interfaith Minister, Reverend Susanna Stefanachi Macomb!This week we chat with another incredible officiant who is driven by the mantra, “Love knows no boundaries of race, religion, culture, or geography”. Rev. Macomb has been an interfaith minister for 22 years and has presided over ceremonies all over the world and across all cultures. There is no ceremony she hasn’t performed – from Iranian Jewish and Christian Chinese, Atheist and Presbyterian, Irish Catholic and Greek Orthodox and every combination in between!In addition to being an author, her work has been featured in The New York Times, on CNN and ABC News, just to name a few! Now she will chat with us about her fascinating work, the art of merging the most opposite of backgrounds, important considerations for your ceremony, and much, much more!Join Jeannie Uyanik live at noon on Wednesday, April 24th for another show you won’t want to miss!
This week we chat with another spectacular officiant who has performed Hindu and interfaith Hindu ceremonies all over the world. In addition to performing wedding ceremonies, Nikhil Trivedi is a scholar, teacher, writer, singer, and artist. He has a wealth of knowledge and experience and is going to share some of it with us!
We'll talk about the cultural and religious elements of a Hindu ceremony, the symbolism and importace of décor and design, how he combines religions to perform interfaith Hindu ceremonies, and much, much more!
Join Jeannie Uyanik live at noon on Wednesday, May 1 for another show you won’t want to miss!
The Searcher's Road Map: Anchoring Heaven On Earth, with host, Keith Anthony Blanchard.
My guest will be Adeeb Shabazz.
Adeeb Shabazz is an independent publisher and author of “What If God Were One Of Us?” and “What If God Were One Of Us?-2nd Edition” (www.whatifgod.net ) . He is also the long-time host of the weekly broadcast What If God Were One Of Us Show on BlogTalk Radio and then on the 24 hour station FreedomPath Radio, (www.freedompathradio.com ), which he founded in 2006 (now on hiatus). As an accomplished musician and spoken word artist himself, he has an affinity for music and the spoken word and their power to transform the psyche and the soul in ways that other media simply cannot do.
Adeeb is a long-time student of Metaphysics, Biblical Studies, Qur'anic Studies, A Course In Miracles and Vedanta, is an ordained Minister of Metaphysics, and a doctoral candidate in Metaphysics with a concentration in Comparative Religious Studies. He also hosts the What If God...Blog (http://godblog.freedompathradio.com/ ) which brings readers fresh material regularly on the subject of self-realization and metaphysics, as well as archives of his weekly radio show. Adeeb is available as a life coach, counselor, and experienced wedding officiant.
For more on Keith: www.keithanthonyblanchard.com
FREE Anchoring Heaven On Earth Audio Meditation: www.keithanthonyblanchard.com/meditation
Want to get everything you want? (Well, just about everything…) Tune in to Your Big Life each Saturday at 10 am ET! Yep, that’s the best-kept secret to easily vibrating high, attracting gracefully and having a great time. Join Stephanie Pedersen, MS, CHHC, AADP, a recovered fashion journalist, now a nutritionist and law of attraction educator as she chats with officiant Bethel Nathan of Ceremonies by Bethel. Stephanie and Bethel will chat about love, life and the importance of celebration in honoring each unique relationship. Join in as Bethel shares her unique view on the power of love and partnershp. This will be an uplifting, celebratory—and yes, fun—show! Be prepared to come away touched and with a smile on your face! (What a great way to start your weekend!) A speaker and author of more than 20 books, Stephanie is known for her deep work with coaches, small biz owners, and other entrepreneurs, who need to look and feel their best so they can get out into the world in a big way. She uses a blend of health, law of attraction and mindset work to help give individuals the edge—making them so magnetic they draw clients, helpful people and opportunities toward them. For more on Stephanie Pedersen: www.StephaniePedersen.com For more on Bethel Nathan: www.ceremoniesbybethel.com