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Join author Theresa A. Fuller for an intriguing discussion about her research to uncover the truth and journey of her great grandfather Jackson J. Fuller from slavery in South Carolina to freedom in DeSoto, Louisiana.
Theresa was born and lives in California. Immediately after graduating from high school, she began working as an Executive Assistant for CEO(s) of major corporations in San Francisco and Los Angeles while furthering her education in business administration.
Being multifaceted, her career varied over a period of 38 years. She worked as an associate engineer in the aerospace industry; real estate sales; owned and operated a ladies' designer retail shoe store; fashion model; coordinated and commentated fashion shows for various organizations. She is also a singer who enjoys writing gospel and jazz lyrics and music.
Theresa retired early in 2003, and was inspired to write her first book, "The Falling Away is Happening." In 2012, after returning from a family reunion in Louisiana, Theresa was inspired to write a new book and epic screenplay about her great-grandfather, titled "The Unseen Providence." The screenplay video trailer is on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9pIwTC8LKTw, and the book is available online at Amazon.com.
Prison is a difficult place to be....but one grows accustomed to it. The rules, the roles, the cells, the routines and the imposed discipline. Are only those who are physically in prison bound by the daily experiences of incarceration? Do people on the so-called "outside" create walls and impose limits to living and growing and experiencing? Join Lori and Alice as they discuss David Rhodes' newest novel, Jewelweed.
"On the highest throne in the world, we still sit only on our own bottom." Michel de Montaigne, The Complete Essays
This should whet your whistle for the discussions that Lori and Alice will be having today on quotations that are found in the general category of humility!
Please take a break from the daily grind and spend some time with us thinking about this subject that challenges every human being we know!
Why do we choose to remain hostages? Join Alice and Lori this week when we discuss Ann Patchett's novel, "Bel Canto". What a lovely story about beautiful music and strangers falling in love in a dangerous and uncertain hostage situation in South America!
Where does your daily prayer fall most days? Help me get through? Thanks for something nice or, WOW that sunset was out of this world? Author Anne Lamott's book, "Help, Thanks, Wow: The Three Essential Prayers" is a great springboard for discussion of how, why and when we prayer. We hope you will join Lori and Alice today in their discussion!
How did poet Mary Karr go from unrepentent atheist to Catholic? She charts her journey in the book "Sinners Welcome," which is full of spiritual poetry that packs a punch. Tune in and hear Alice and Lori discuss two of her poems and a quotation from her essay on poetry and prayer...we'll address such subjects as the nature of meekness (and how to get there), rejection and acceptance of God's grace, plus much more.
Many of our listeners will already be familiar with St. Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Jesuit order, and his spiritual exercises. Today's discussion will focus on a helpful guidebook by Fr. Timothy Gallagher that explains these Ignatian rules. The quotations will pique your interest and move you toward thinking about the journey you are already on in your life. We sure hope you will join us!
After Mrs. Leontina Scales is conked on the head by a statue of Our Lady, strange things start happening, and no one will ever be the same! Join Lori and Alice as they delve into Gregory Maguire's novel "The Next Queen of Heaven," and discuss the nature of grace, heaven, love, the accessibility of God and the lives of women religious.
"Oryx and Crake" is a book of speculative fiction...so what better to do than speculate! Lori and Alice will discuss the value of the arts to humankind, the inevitability of spirituality, and whether or not we are wise enough to know when we've gone too far — can humanity pull itself back before ecological disaster destroys us? Should there be moral limits put on scientific achievement? Don't miss the discussion!
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