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Join host Vangie Rodenbeck and guest Lori Millwood as they discuss respite ministry. Learn about this special ministry event and the beautiful ways it connects special needs families to the church and the church to people with special needs. Listen to hear tips on how to start a ministry, staffing, registration and scheduling. Be ready to be impacted by stories of kingdom victory through respite ministry!
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Returning to the airwaves after a respite, Cheryl Patton will start the holiday season with an hour of personal readings. What personal vibration are you wrapping up in 2013? Call in for your personal reading and bring your questions! In the meantime, find your daily Numerology vibrations at www.cheryl-patton.blogspot.com.
Join us when eCareDiary’s Co-Founder Susan Baida interviews Jill Kagan. Jill is Program Director for Lifespan Respite Training at the ARCH National Respite Network and Resource Center. She also serves as Chair of the National Respite Coalition, the policy division of the ARCH National Respite Network. The mission of the ARCH National Respite Network and Resource Center is to assist and promote the development of quality respite and crisis care programs; to help families loca
Our first guest is Evan Gessmanhas over 30 years experience in geriartics. He is a Nurse Trainee who works a lot with dementia. He works with Jewish Family Services, is an Interpreter and does Respite Worker.
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Our 2nd guest will be Esther Altshul Helfgott, Author of her new book "Dear Alzheimer's - A Caregiver's Diary and Poems."
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Our 3rd guest is Jan Zimmerman, Adminstrator of Heritage Homes part of The Lutheran Home Association who is working with Alzheimer's Speaks to kick off a Memory Cafe and one of the first, if not the first US community to go Dementia Friendly in the US. Find out what Watertown, Wisconsin is up too!
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marketing moxie* - marketing with passion and purpose! Hosted by Françoise Rose Jeanes, founder of Mobile Marketing Max, today's show features Elizabeth Berrien. Elizabeth is the founder of Soul Widows and co-founder of The Respite. Soul Widows offers hope to widows 60 and under. The Respite is a non-profit organization that offers multi-faceted hope and healing to people who are going through the loss of a loved-one or relationship. Follow Elizabeth and The Respite at:
Summary of 9/29/13 Creation Energies show - Brenda's 15-minute channeled show at www.BlogTalkRadio.com/brenda-hoffman: You have an area of strength - physically, emotionally and/or spiritually. In the past few weeks, you've welcomed pieces of your totality that help you strengthen the area you are least comfortable with. You're discovering the segment or segments of your totality that you've been afraid of for perhaps eons.
What Creation Area is Your Bogeyman Under the Bed? is the title of this week's Brenda's Blog - her channeled blog for www.LifeTapestryCreations.com.
Overview of 10/6/13 Creation Energies show: The next few days will be a respite for many. You will incorporate those pieces of your totality that help make your current life easier and more creative. You will do so (If it feels right!) by declaring to yourself: "I am that I am. I am all that I am. I welcome all segments of my being appropriate for me now."
Brenda's Blog and her Creation Energies show contain different channeled information.
Happy to be be back on the air with you! We have been away for awhile as we continued our journey of enlightenment.
During our respite we had many enligten and empowering experiences as we continued our journey as a Spiritual Being having a human experience and are happy to share some of them with you.
We are currenty in the process of having our website www.awareofmythoughts.com recreated to share empowering content to assist you in your journey of Awareness.
Please connect with us on our Facebook Page while we are in construction.
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A Chicago grandmother pleads for a respite as television cameras roll: "Y'all out here killing these innocent people, kids, parents, grandparents, mothers, fathers: It's got to stop. You need to stop."
Once again, Chicago is in the spotlight over gun violence; a reminder that it is the city with the highest number of homicides in the country.
An assault-style rifle with a high-capacity magazine was used in the shooting, which appears to be gang-related, Chicago Police Superintendent Garry F. McCarthy said Friday.
3-year-old Deonta Howard was shot in the head. CHIRAQ KILLINOIS
Elizabeth Berrien, Published Author, Speaker, Co-founder of The Respite: A Centre for Grief & Hope, Founder of Soul Widows
Elizabeth Berrien is a published author who co-founded the non-profit The Respite: A Centre for Grief & Hope and also founded the organization Soul Widows, for young widows age 60 and under. Her personal journey through grief began at the age of 27 when she lost her son to stillbirth in 2008, followed by the death of her late husband, a Special Forces soldier, in 2009. These two consecutive losses catalyzed her to create a space for other women suffering heartache and upheaval. As she sought community and healing, she began Soul Widows in 2010, only seven months after the death of her husband. She currently facilitates monthly Soul Widows support groups and retreats for other women who have lost their spouse or partner. In 2011, she met two incredible women with their own stories of loss, and together they founded The Respite: A Centre for Grief & Hope, which provides a variety of integrative services for people coping with all types of loss. She continues to inspire and provide hope to others grieving by sharing her story and through her writing.
Her most recent projects include the publishing of her book, "Creative Grieving: A Hip Chick's Path from Loss to Hope" (available July 2013) as well as being a co-author in the book "In the Spirit of Abundance" (Hayhouse, available summer 2013.)
This week on MHH Radio we will have Austin Lucas on to talk about his new album Stay Reckless, and maybe a little about last weekend at Muddy Roots.
Raised in the backwoods country of Monroe County, Indiana, Austin Lucas was born into a folk and bluegrass lineage. His father, Bob Lucas, is an accomplished musician and performer in his own right, having earned songwriting credits on two of Allison Krauss’ albums. Learning to harmonize before learning to read, Lucas honed his vocal control as a member of the nationally-acclaimed Indiana University Children’s Choir. In a narrative as well-worn as it is true, Lucas rebelled against his upbringing, leaving his Americana roots for the catharsis of punk rock. After the better part of a decade spent criss-crossing the globe with a series of bands in broken-down vans, Lucas hit a musical glass-ceiling, eventually finding respite for his ringing ears in the delicacy of traditional songcraft.
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