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The Exploding Worship Arts Podcast is a daily show featuring Worship Arts Ministers from around the World! With more than 90,000 Listeners worldwide, we are now heard on iTunes, IHeartRadio, & Spreaker!
I love the standards that Dave Ramsey teaches regarding finances and success. I also appreciate that his success principles are Biblically based. He recently shared Tom Corley's list of 20 habits of the rich vs. the poor. As we forge on to be successful in life, Christ, and our ministries, these same principles can be applied to us. I looked at the list and decided to revamp it and apply many of the principles to the Performing Arts Minister. So here is my list of 5 things Every Successful Performing Arts Minister should do everyday!
In today's podcast we explore:
The Body as a Temple of God
Importance of continuing Education
Importance of being led by the Holy Spirit
Importance of Supporting Others
Implementing Good Spiritual Habits
Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith – publishers of BigBlendMagazines.com & Spirit of America Magazine, for Big Blend Radio’s Champagne Sundays variety show, airing live from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona.
Special Performing Arts Q&A Session:
- Actor Michael Twombley
- Choreographer, dancer and author Jamal Story
- Actor, filmmaker and stuntman Shaun Piccinino
- Actor and fitness celebrity Guy Grundy
- Actress Diane Chambers
- Writer, actor and producer Collin Pelton.
- Fashion designer Aggie Garcia is the guest co-host and will discuss historic sewing trends and holiday fashions.
- Artist Victoria Chick will discuss functional art and modern designer Raymond Loewy.
- Howard & Ruth Milstein – author of ‘Cooking with Love: Ventures into the New Israeli Cuisine’ will discuss Chanukah recipes and wine.
Host Deardra Shuler talks with Eva Bornstein, Executive Director of Lehman Center for the Performing Arts about their upcoming special invitaiton fundraising gala prior to singer/songwriter Michael Bolton's concert on her show Topically Yours, BlakeRadio Network, Rainbow Soul.
Singer/songwriter Michael Bolron will be appearing at Lehman Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, June 7th at 8pm in the Bronx, NY. Ms. Bornstein will discuss the gala (held from 5 pm to 7 pm, June 7th) and the upcoming acts at Lehman Center. For concert tickets call 718-960-8833.
February 21, 2013: Night after night, the performers of epic Las Vegas stage shows like Cirque du Soleil dance, trampoline, swing, tumble, and more. And their physical therapist helps them stay fit to perform.
In this episode, physical therapist Andrea Avruskin takes us behind the curtain of these performing arts spectacles, sharing the challenges and the thrills of treating such a diverse group of athletic performers. She also provides advice for the parents of aspiring dancers and acrobats.
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To learn more about physical therapy, visit MoveForwardPT.com.
Michele Amburgey welcomes Terra Taylor Knudson, composer, actress, singer and spirituallly alive!! Terra and Michele will talk about living life in the performing arts, which is much like real life, isnt it? And how spiritual growth shows up in so many areas!!
Terra will talk about her life and how she became a performing artist and how spirituality played a part in her journey.
Terra Taylor Knudson brings a special kind of joy into everything she does, join us as we take a walk down the isle of life!!
You can call in to ask questions, or get some psychic feedback, Terra is also a gifted intuitive!!
Come play with us!!
Culminating the 2014 Community Symposium Series of The Colour of Music Festival in Charleston, SC (October 22-26) was a timely keynote address by Wayne S. Brown, former Director of Opera and Music at the NEA and now President and CEO of Michigan Opera Theatre. In his address, Brown shares his trajectory in the arena of arts management, its important and passing the torch to the future of the field. Brown has had considerable experience in the arts, himself first playing cello and singing as a tenor. his talk comes from a place of sound perspective and in Part 2, his talk culminates in a panel moderated by host and Washington Life Magazine performing arts columnist, Patrick D. McCoy. Joining the panel is Dr. Karen Chandler of College of Charleston, Jennifer Bowman of the Washington based Folger Consort and Festival Founder, Lee Pringle. The Colour of Music Festival is one that celebrates the contributions and performance of blacks in the arena of classical music.
In response to the keynote address by Wayne S. Brown, President and CEO of the Michigan Opera Theatre, our host and Washington Life Magazine performing arts columnist, Patrick D. McCoy moderates a panel discussion culminating the Community Symposium Series of the Colour of Music Festival with Dr. Karen Chandler of College of Charleston, Jennifer Bowman of the Washington based Folger Consort and Festival Founder, Lee Pringle. The Colour of Music Festival is one that celebrates the contributions and performance of blacks in the arena of classical music.
Worshipper Diahanna Stevens is the Visionary and Founder of Alabaster Healing Ministries, she is under the covering of Apostle Gregory Simpson and Prophetess Carol Simpson of Kingdom of God Deliverance Ministries in Culpepper, VA . God has anointed her to empower, equip, train and impart biblical aspects to those who are called to minister in dance for the Kingdom.
In this Episode
Alabaster Healing Ministries as a prophetic movement ministry
The true meaning of Alabaster
Overcoming brokenness to heal
How to walk in your calling even when people are negative and say something to the contrary
Overcoming Domestic Violence
Being put in a psychiatric ward and put out for being "too crazy" :-)
Contemplating suicidal and hearing the voice of God say, "This is the last time you will try to take your life, because YOUR LIFE is MY LIFE."
New book, My Alabaster Healing Journey: You Don't Know The Cost Of My Oil
How worship arts ministers can tap into their healing through the Arts
For links log onto: http://www.tamikahall.net/6/post/2014/05/77-diahannastevens-shares-how-to-tap-into-your-healing-through-the-worship-arts.html
Join the Parenting Sessions on Wednesday, November 19th, 2014 as we dive deep into the arts as a method for consciousness expansion and transformation. We will hear a wonderful message from Master Morya about the power of art, music and dance to usher us, playfully, easily and naturally, into expanded, multidimensional states of consciousness. Morya will also talk about the many various dimensions of the arts that are not currently perceived by our ordinary human senses and how we can expand our abilities to access all new levels of perception.
We will follow up this message with a dynamic round-table discussion with Patti, Heather, Lulu and Susan. And lastly, we will close this episode with a guided session that reveals yet an even deeper level of understanding about how the arts ultimately bring us into direct communication with our Grand Self.
Join the Collective Voice for parents, teachers, guardians and caregivers all over the world! For more information, visit www.ParentingSessions.com, www.LilysTruth.com and www.PeaceOutProject.com.
The legendary Katherine Dunham was more than just a dancer. She was an Anthropologist and a Historian who helped preserve the cultural heritage of African people through music and dance, bringing honor and respect to the ancient rituals of rhythmic body movements that recorded history. The Katherine Dunham Centers For The Arts and Humanities in St. Louis Missouri has been a beacon of light in preserving the rich African culture and inspiring many performers to appreciate the deeper meaning and uses of the dance expression. It is an institution that stands as a beacon of hope in a city so recently plagued with despair. Financial challenges threaten to cause the Katherine Dunham Center to be closed, and dedicated activists are fighting to raise the necessary dollars to preserve this institution. Will the community win this fight to maintain a powerful legacy? Professional dancer Laurie Goux, Artistic Director of SpiritWing Dance Ensemble and a student of the Katherine Dunham Technique, is organizing a cooperative community effort to preserve this historic site in St. Louis.