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Dr. Rebecca Amstutz from Perpetual Motion Chiropractic joins Kevin Hunter and David Ford on The Business Forum Show tonight. Perpetual Motion Animal Chiropractic has been in existence since February 2010 upon Dr. Rebecca Amstutz finishing her animal chiropractic certification. She started this business out of love and passion for animals and chiropractic and also because of the recognition for the unique and special bond between people and their pets. She has seen firsthand two very different stories that have demonstrated the life changing and life saving benefits of animal chiropractic.
In the second half, our guest is Ben Klingbeil from YALDI - Youth Authentic Leadership Development Institute.
The Youth Authentic Leadership Development Institute (YALDI) is a place for middle and high school students to attend during the spring and summer, where they can learn the true meaning and experience of leadership by creating and designing breakthrough projects based on areas of passionate interest in their lives.
Youth Authentic Leadership Development combines Pauline Serice's proprietary ALD philosophies and coaching processes with optional specialized curriculum courses for middle school and high school children. The student can create a breakthrough project in an area of their own choosing and/or also participate in the specialized curriculum courses offered in their region. By bringing together what these students are truly passionate about and infusing that with Authentic Leadership Development, they not only thrive doing what they love, but take it beyond their teen years to designing futures as entrepreneurs, community leaders, and most importantly, authentic human beings.
Ephesians 6 tells children to be obedient to their parents. Is this verse only 4 children? Dr. Pauline and Catherine show how we are all called as children of God to be obedient, and yet God wants honor more than obedience. What's the difference?
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Produced by Sukhdev Jackson
A song honoring all Women. This song begun as a freestyle Sukhdev recorded in 2004 and she kept the original vocals. This is a first time release.
I AM WOMAN
Written by Pauline Drossart
I need to share a story with you.
It’s about a little girl who was lost.
She was beautiful. Her family was broken, she knew had to make it.
Little girl did things to get approval, applause, anything to get your love and attention.
She could not see that, being her Self was all she needed to be.
Until woman came along, sat her down on her lap and talked to her.
I am woman,
Free as can be.
I am woman, I love you endlessly.
I am woman, Children I will lead.
Woman trusts, she knows her heart and listens to it.
The past is her teacher, the present a gift.
She doesn’t try to fit into those jeans that are too tight on her womanly hips.
Hips she swings with confidence:
Feel the rhythm of her drum, the rhythm of her bliss.
She nourishes herself with the fruits from the earth.
Appreciates her body beautiful.
Like the rain she gets wet, fueled by the creative force within her,
giving birth daily to new creations.
She’s not afraid to reveal her darkness, it led her to the light.
Ad lib out
from MOTHER, released 11 June 2011
Vocals: Sukhdev Jackson
Background Vocals: Shalita Murphy
Dr. Pauline and Catherine review what Ephesians 5 has to say about the partnered role of husbands and wives. If you have always wondered what submission means, or how a husband is to love his wife as Christ loved the church, you will benefit greatly from this timely discussion.
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Hello Everyon, welcome to another episode of Leigh!@Lunch. Tobin will be joining us again this week to interview Cinematographer Stephen Cook. Stephen Cook is a senior in high school who lives in Simi Valley, CA. His imagination is his only limitation when it comes to telling a story. He loves capturing beauty and entertaining people through both film and live productions. He's built a website, and one day hopes to win an Oscar. Stephen appreciates high quality media, from commercials, to business cards, to websites.
Next, Leigh will be interveiwing Professor and author T. David Gordon. T. David Gordon is Professor of Religion and Greek at Grove City College, where since 1999 He has taught courses in Religion, Greek, Humanities, and Media Ecology. Prior to that,he taught New Testament (primarily Pauline studies) for thirteen years at Gorden-Conwell Theological Seminary in S. Hamilton, MA; and for nine years he was pastor of Christ Presbyterian Church. He has also written two books: Why Johny Can't Sing Hymns and Why Johny Can't Preach.
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Once we understand what the root of our automatic emotional reactions are we want to know what to do about it. Often the Church simply says: the Bible says you must forgive if you want to be forgiven. We know that. We believe that. We want that. We don't know how to get there. In this show Dr. Pauline and Catherine share with you the elements of the forgiveness walk and how to achieve a lifetime goal of truly being a forgiving person, which truly changed our emotional reactions with other people.
To help with your forgiveness walk, you can find some worksheets at the following links. One is a list of people you may need to forgive. You will want to write down exactly what they did, in the smallest chunks possible. Then pick out a few emotional pain words that help describe how that made you feel. Then pray the prayer at the bottom one at a time. If you feel that you need help with healing, please call the office and schedule an appointment (719-231-7183)
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