• 00:25

    Parent Talk Live: Parent Brief: Fighting for Justice

    in Education

    Join Dr. Mike Robinson, host of Parent Talk Live for this week’s Parent Brief discussion with Danielle M. McFadden and Cary M. Jones, executive officers of the NAACP Collegiate Chapter at the University of Missouri Kansas City about their continued efforts to bring awareness of the death of Michael Brown, Jr. and the role of youth in keeping the fight for justice alive.

    Bio: Danielle McFadden is 21 years old, originally from St. Louis, MO. She is currently a senior at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, where she is studying Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance. 

    Bio: Carly is a graduate of St. Louis Community College - Florissant Valley where she received an Associates of Arts degree in Business Administration and General Transfer Studies. Cary M. Jones is a senior in the Henry W. Bloch School of Management, UMKC studying Business Administration emphasizing in Marketing.

  • 00:26

    Parent Talk Live: Parent Brief

    in Education

    Dr. Mike Robinson, host of Parent Talk Live discussed innovation in schools with Mike Cobb. Mike is the Director of Admissions at The Oakridge School in Texas. He is a former division head, Forever Teacher, and Husband/Father. He is a speaker on 21st Century Innovation in Schools.

  • 00:02

    Parent Brief: What Parents and Educators Can Do To Prepare For The Verdict

    in Education

    Dr. Mike Robinson is joined by Dr. Marva Robinson on today's Parent Brief about the ways parents and educators can do to prepare for the verdict in the shooting death of Michael Brown, Jr. by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.


    Dr. Marva M. Robinson is the oldest child of Marva J. Robinson and G. Preston Gridiron. Born to an ambitious mother in St. Louis, Mo, she was quickly exposed to sports, arts, and theatre at a young age. She received her high school diploma from Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day school and immediately went on to pursue her dream of becoming a Psychologist. She completed her undergraduate studies at Saint Louis University, graduating with magnum cum laude honors. She pursued her doctoral studies in Clinical Psychology at Nova Southeastern University where she graduated with a specialization in Forensics and a focus in Child, Adolescent and Family Psychology.

     She is the proud mother of one son, Preston, whom she credits as her biggest teacher.  While she enjoys the moments of motherhood, she is passionate about her career as a psychologist.  Working full time for a St. Louis based health center, Dr. Robinson continues to work with an underserved population.  However, her passion for forensics, consultation and psychotherapy beyond the walls of her office propelled her to begin her own private practice.

  • 00:25

    Buffalo Pagan Chat - (Test Broadcast)

    in Spirituality

    New Buffalo Pagan Society talking about their up and coming plans, discussions with with guests and a call in segment! All during a half hour test show.

  • 01:43

    Pagan Politics

    in Spirituality

    Taliesin Govannon joins us for his monthly Pagan Pundit chat. Come join in!


    https://www.facebook.com/taliesin.govannon


     

  • 01:52

    The Soapbox Witch (What is a Pagan?)

    in Religion

    On this episode we welcome back Kastrata, Glacies, and Bridey Tine for a round table discussion of the similarities and differences between their views on the word "Pagan".


    Spiritual Unity Radio Network is dedicated to the concept that “All Manifestations of the Divine are equally valid.”  We are committed to bringing you quality programming each week.  Our vision is to provide nightly shows covering a wide range of spiritual topics spanning multiple Expressions of Faith. We wish to see programming developed to fill a niche of broadcast for all people who understand that all Manifestations of the Divine are sacred.

  • 00:58

    Gathering Of Pagan Souls

    in Paranormal

    Our guest on Radio PRS on Dec. 10 @ 7:00 p.m. is Angela Krout.  Angela will be talking with us about the upcoming "Gathering Of Pagan Souls" that takes place in May of 2015.  The event is an extended camping festival featuring a wide variety of musicians, authors, vendors, readers, group rituals and so much more.  Call in during the show to talk with Angela at 646-668-8212

  • 00:30

    Parent Brief: Preparing For The Decision: Ferguson Fight for Justice

    in Education

    Dr. Marva M. Robinson is the oldest child of Marva J. Robinson and G. Preston Gridiron. Born to an ambitious mother in St. Louis, Mo, she was quickly exposed to sports, arts, and theatre at a young age. She received her high school diploma from Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day school and immediately went on to pursue her dream of becoming a Psychologist. She completed her undergraduate studies at Saint Louis University, graduating with magnum cum laude honors. She pursued her doctoral studies in Clinical Psychology at Nova Southeastern University where she graduated with a specialization in Forensics and a focus in Child, Adolescent and Family Psychology.

     She is the proud mother of one son, Preston, whom she credits as her biggest teacher.  While she enjoys the moments of motherhood, she is passionate about her career as a psychologist.  Working full time for a St. Louis based health center, Dr. Robinson continues to work with an underserved population.  However, her passion for forensics, consultation and psychotherapy beyond the walls of her office propelled her to begin her own private practice.

  • 00:45

    Pagan Origins of Christmas and Easter

    in Education

    In the year AD 312, Emperor Constantine had a vision, seeing the cross of Christ superimposed on the sun, with the words, “in hoc signo vinces” = "in this sign you shall conquer."  He attributed a battle victory to this vision, and  he became a strong champion of Christianity.  The next year, he met with Emperor Licinius, the ruler of the eastern provinces, to sign the Edict of Milan giving equal rights to all religious groups within the Roman Empire.  Constantine blended Christian and pagan traditions by combining two pagan rituals (Saturn the god of Agriculture and Mithras the Persian god of light).  Constantine merged many of the traditions from these festivals with the Nativity story in the Bible and Christmas was born. From its beginning, Christmas was a holiday (or holy day), gifts were exchanged, families and friends gathered to feast, and a birth was celebrated; just like in the Roman and Persian festivities.  The first mention of December 25 as the date of Jesus' birth is found in an early Roman calendar from A.D. 336.


    Easter is is Chaldean (Babylonian) in origin - the name Astarte, one of the titles of Beltis, the queen of heaven. Astarte is the Greek name of the Mesopotamian goddess Ishtar. The worship of Bel and Astarte was introduced very early into Britain, along with the Druids, "the priests of the groves," the high places where the pagans worshipped the idols of Baal.
    The Easter Bunny, the oldest pagan symbol of fertility - Semiramis - has absolutely NOTHING to do with the resurrection of Christ, nor does the Sunrise service. Jesus was resurrected while it was still DARK.   John 20:1 (KJV)  The first day of the week cometh Mary Magdalene early, when it was yet dark, unto the sepulchre, and seeth the stone taken away from the sepulchre.

  • 00:45

    Christmas: Jesus' Birthday or Pagan Celebration?

    in Christianity

    Christmas is recognized the world over. Many countries from all over the globe celebrate this holiday on December 25th. It is a time of festivities, Christmas Trees, gift giving, and special food. But the quesiton that must be asked is: Was Jesus Christ born on December 25th? If not, why was this date chosen and by whom? Should Christians keep this holiday? Join brother Jim as he takes a closer look at this age old pagan holiday and compares it to the light of the Holy Bible. 

  • 02:02

    Raising Pagan Children

    in Spirituality

    Topic and discussion includes Pagan news items, dates of interest, and a discussion of Raising Pagan Children; how to explain why our Holidays are different, when to step in when the school system or teachers cross the line, even why our views of the afterlife are not like the Christian ones.  And maybe some Thanksgiving factoids you can use with family and friends.  Comments and questions from callers and chat room participants welcome!  Let's Chat!

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