• 00:27

    The Pet Place Radio Show Orig, Airdate 1-17-2015

    in Pets

    Happy New Year!  And welcome to the first new edition of the Pet Place Radio Show on KJAZZ, 88.1 FM. I hope you've enjoyed the last few “best of” segments we aired over the holiday season and that everyone had a wonderful couple of weeks.  I’m your host, Marie Hulett, for those of you who are new to the show and I am thrilled that you've started off your day, and your new year with us.   The tradition of the Pet Place is to promote pet adoptions from shelters and rescues, so this morning, I've invited Anabell Cabrera from Bichon Rescue of Orange County to stop by and talk about what her relatively new group is doing to match older dogs with senior citizens.  She’s got some great stories that you won’t want to miss.  Then, after our halftime break, our Producer Mike Johnson and I will discuss some dog training issues that he is having with Amber Good Dog.  It's always fun chatting with Mike!

  • 01:12

    UJR Presents: Nikki Moustaki - The Bird Market of Paris

    in Pets

    Listen in as UJR welcome author and animal trainer Nikki Moustaki to talk about her new book "The Bird Market of Paris"


    Nikki Moustaki is the author of twenty-five books on the care and training of exotic birds. She holds an MA in creative writing, poetry, from New York University, an MFA in creative writing, poetry, from Indiana University, and an MFA in creative writing, fiction, from New York University. She has received a National Endowment for the Arts grant in poetry, as well as many other national writing awards. She splits her time between New York City and Miami and has been responsible for establishing several animal rescues.

  • 00:22

    Author Temple Hayes on Write Now Radio!

    in Writing

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    Viki Winterton interviews Temple Hayes! 


    Temple Hayes is a powerful, dynamic, and energetic presence — a successful author, life coach, motivational speaker, radio host for Unity FM, Unity minister, and practicing Shaman — an intentional spirit!


    For many years, people have asked her to share her views on how to go beyond seeing life to actually being life — being present, being intentional, being alive!


    She has authored When Did You Die?, How to Speak Unity (DeVorss) and The Right to Be You (Temple Hayes Ministries). Her popular radio show, The Intentional Spirit reaches millions around the world. Temple is a sought-after motivational speaker traveling the United States and abroad. As part of her commitment to service, she has also spent three years in the United States Army Reserves.


    Temple is the founder of Life Rights, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the right of all to live the life of their intention in freedom and peace, and the SOFI Project, a non-profit organization that rescues and rehabilitates dogs and cats globally.


     

  • 01:49

    Super Bowl Recap: Patriots Survive Seahawks; Chicken; NHL; RQ's (02-04-15)

    in Sports

    A very disputed play call at the goal line costs the Seattle Seahawks a Super Bowl, and undrafted rookie Malcolm Butler rescues the Patrtiots with a big interception to save a championship for New England.   This week, Dave recaps the particulars and joins Kevin on the Cape to chat about the Super Bowl, the wild and entertaining, goofy Halftime Show with Katy Perry, and where it all went wrong for the Seahawks in their quest for a Super Bowl.  Also tonight, we'll chat a little about Chicken.   How ubiquitous are certain chicken brands in the USA?   How come California doesn't sell Perdue Chicken?   In Hour 2, an NHL Midseason Update with Mike in North NJ.  That and many other topics plus:  why didn't the Seahawks run the ball?   Much to discuss on this week's DITCOW

  • 00:30

    The Power Of The Word Of God Over "Soul Murder"

    in Spirituality

    This episode of Pneumatikos will explore the power of the Word of God to renew and revitalize the soul that as been undone by acts of attempted or completed soul murder.  Soul murder is the act of the powerful shamelessly abusing the powerless.  Acts of soul murder are usually hidden in our culture, but our culture is disintegrating because it refuses to repent of its sins.  In fact, our culture defends its sins.  The Word of God is real and he rescues those who call upon his name.  Those who bear the wounds left by soul murder may find healing in Jesus.   

  • 01:30

    Voices Carry for Animals # 27

    in Pets

    Hosted By Debbie Dahmer


    Guest: Val Silver lives in northern New York with her husband and Bichon/Shi Tzu mix, Teddy. She is a lifelong animal lover and advocate with a heart for animals and humans in need of compassion and healing. She wrote Rescue Me, her first book, as a fundraiser for homeless dogs, to raise awareness of their plight and needs, and to show what wonderful companions these dogs make when given a chance. Val is a reading teacher, a healer, and a holistic wellness educator. She believes that it takes education, positive action and compassion to create healing and better lives for all creatures-animal and human. Val shares her knowledge and insights on her websites and facebook pages, in on-line groups, in her monthly Bellesprit magazine column, and in the media. 


    About Rescue Me:


    Rescue Me will touch your soul with twelve inspirational accounts of ten dog lovers who rescued the dogs who ultimately rescued them. Read (and listen to) true tales of extraordinary commitment, physical and emotional healing, faith in the midst of challenges, twists of fate, second chances, and the magical joy that comes from the bond of unconditional love and acceptance between humans and their dogs.


    The dog adoption stories in Rescue Me are written for the love of dogs in rescue and shelters, and for the devoted people who save them in little and big ways. It is written to raise funds to help them, to raise sensitivity to their plight and their need, and to celebrate all they have to offer when given a chance.


    Donations from Rescue Me royalties help shelters and rescues meet expenses and fund projects designed to make life better for the animals in their care. The accompanying webpage includes a list of sponsored organizations, home videos, photographs, bonus audio interviews with three of our authors, and more.

  • Why We Need Deliverance Before End-Time Events By Scott Hensler

    in Religion

     Bio


       Scott Hensler has been dedicated to the Deliverance Ministries for over a decade. Scott entered the deliverance ministry in 2001 after experiencing first hand demonic possession of a loved one, and the destruction it caused on all including himself. Deciding to search for answers shockingly found that the Christian churches were not able to assist or help. Much less willing to even address the demonic realm issues Christians are facing. He finely discovered a deliverance ministry in the Phoenix area that knew exactly what to do to eliminate the evil spirits, and remove the curses. After seeing how God worked in his life he has been dedicated to setting others free ever since.


    In the mid-eighties, he gained an interest in Law Enforcement and Search and Rescue with a local agency in the Phoenix area and served for fourteen years. In his community service Scott was awarded two US Patents for his inventions relating to improving communications with Rescuers and the Command Post during rescues and emergencies. Including augmenting pagers used in the eighties and nineties for dispatching of emergency personnel. During his service, Scott became an instructor in man-tracking, map and compass, communications, search techniques and desert survival.


    Scott is also an active amateur radio operator holding an Extra Class FCC license - KF7ZDT. His love of the hobby has become a passion to assure communication when times become hazardous and regular forms of communication are lost to a possible EMP attack. Or, enemy infiltration of terrorist methods to hold off all public ability to communicate via cell phones or Internet.


    In present, Scott runs and operates informational web sites pertaining to emergency supplies and technical information to educate others in their selection of personal gear for emergencies.


     


     


     

  • 02:05

    Little Dogs with Big Hearts ~ Making a Big Difference!

    in Education

    https://www.facebook.com/GizmosFrens  


    Gizmo is a little dog with a very big heart! In addition to his work supporting pet rescues and many different community organizations, he is also a dedicated therapy dog with Paws for Friendship, Inc. He visits Eastern CT Health Network Hospitals, a large Hartford, CT area high school, Manchester Dialysis Clinic, Spectrum Care rehab centers, and several nursing homes. As a certified Paws to Read reading assistance dog, he also visits Hartford Public Library, where he was recently named the official K-9 Unit of the Hartford Public Library Security Team.. Gizmo's motto is "Cuz we're frens!" and that is precisely why he does what he does.


    Juno was two months old and sick with pneumonia when Young adopted her and nursed her back to health with a lot of "TLC, sleepless nights and a steam shower running." The pair quickly bonded, and soon Juno was traveling with Young 24/7. And even while Juno herself was slowly getting over her serious pneumonia, the little dog would cuddle and clean the rescued kittens that Young was also caring for.


    Thanks to Young's love and dedication, Juno is now a five-year-old, "six pound ball of energy with a big personality!" For one thing, according to Young, Juno does not know she is a dog but really thinks she is a little person.  Juno is also a Paws For Friendship and Paws to Read dog.  She's a little dog doing big things!

    Follow Juno's Place on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/JunosPlace
    Find Gizmo on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/GizmosFrens  

  • 01:04

    Howard E Richmond MD discusses trust and miracles

    in Self Help

    Howard E Richmond MD is a transformational psychiatrist with a message for consciously seeking people who want to shift energy-draining reactions to realign body, mind and spirit. This episode is trust and miracles.


    One of the lessons Dr. Richmond has learned over twenty years in private practice is the value of being “out of your mind” and into your heart. This philosophy is beautifully displayed in The Healing Field, his first novel. The Healing Field is a riveting account of the healing breakthrough that saved his patient’s life and transformed his own. The book chronicles the daring, out of the box healing journey with his anorexic patient “Lori,” who was determined to die. Between her desperation and his determination, they become locked in a battle for life that crosses conventional boundaries and reveals that healing and freedom come in surprising forms.


    Dr. Richmond practices hot yoga daily in San Diego, California, where he lives with his wife, Elana, and their two German shepherd rescues, Jayde and Houdini. Read more at HowardRichmondMD.com

  • Guest is radio host Temple Hayes, author of 'When Did You Die?"

    in Spirituality

    Rebel, renegade, and resurrected a thousand times, Temple Hayes is a spiritual trailblazer for our time.
    Raised in South Carolina, she was born to question everything. Why must everything be just as her Southern Baptist family told her it should be? Enduring a heartbreaking childhood and a traumatized youth, she turned to a new understanding of Spirit to pull her from the car wrecks of alcohol addiction and through a hundred different fears. Firm in her conviction that the Creator loves you as you are and wants to have a conversation, Temple forged a new life from the ashes of her day-by-day death, a life that embraces bringing others to this realization and opening their hearts. Temple, an accomplished and practicing shaman, is a catalyst for turning lingering sorrows into brighter tomorrows and restoring all parts of the soul.


    Now the spiritual leader at Unity Campus in St. Petersburg, Florida, she is revered internationally, and a key
    member of the Leadership Council of the Association of Global New Thought. Her new book, When Did You Die? is anchored in her work to fast-forward people to impassioned and energized living. In addition to When Did You Die?, she has also authored, How to Speak Unity and The Right to Be You. Her popular radio show The Intentional Spirit reaches millions around the world.


    Temple is the founder of Life Rights, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the right of all to live the life of their intention in freedom and peace, and the SOFI Project, a non-profit organization that rescues and rehabilitates dogs and cats globally. For more information, visit www.templehayes.com.


    Alijandra is an internationally-known author, teacher, healer and vehicle for both Source information, energy and ascended master St. Germain. In the field professionally 30 yrs, she is the founder/author of Healing with the Rainbow Rays published in 1995.

  • 01:00

    Howard Richmond MD discusses self-worth and love

    in Self Help

    Howard E Richmond MD is a transformational psychiatrist with a message for consciously seeking people who want to shift energy-draining reactions to realign body, mind and spirit. This episode is about the bold and loving declaration we can make that serves as a constant reminder that we are wonderful, powerful, creative, dynamic and contributing human beings. He will also talk about how we reflect back the best of others (and vice versa) when we connect soul-to-soul and heart-to-heart.


    One of the lessons Dr. Richmond has learned over twenty years in private practice is the value of being “out of your mind” and into your heart. This philosophy is beautifully displayed in The Healing Field, his first novel. The Healing Field is a riveting account of the healing breakthrough that saved his patient’s life and transformed his own. The book chronicles the daring, out of the box healing journey with his anorexic patient “Lori,” who was determined to die. Between her desperation and his determination, they become locked in a battle for life that crosses conventional boundaries and reveals that healing and freedom come in surprising forms.


    Dr. Richmond practices hot yoga daily in San Diego, California, where he lives with his wife, Elana, and their two German shepherd rescues, Jayde and Houdini. Read more at HowardRichmondMD.com

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