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  • 00:28

    Heart Gardens: Nurturing Your Family/How The Master Gardener Works

    in Moms and Family

    Andrea Peters, Creative Director of Heart Gardens, gives personal examples of how the Holy Spirit, the Master Gardener, can orchestrate both the "small" things" of family life and the "impossibilities" of families in crisis. 


    Peters has an MSED in Educational Counseling and has worked with families and children in a variety of settings including family services and life skills training. She has enjoyed one on one coaching as well as instructing in a college setting.  She is certified in a variety of family-oriented trainings including:



    “Parenting Skills” by New York State Office of Children & Family Services
    “Working In A Family’s Home” by New York State Office of Children & Family Services
    “Teaching, Modeling, Mentoring” by NYS Office of Children & Family Services
    “Community & Academic Advocacy” by NYS Office of Children & Family Services
    “Child & Adolescent Development” by Lutheran Social Services
    Communication Skills & Behavioral Support” by Bridges Too Health
    “Positive Parenting with a Plan: How To Empower Parents with Challenging Children” 

  • 00:30

    Romantic Relationships

    in Film

    In my line of work i see people go in and out of Romantic Relationships hell the world can see my peers do it on Magizines and TV News shows Like TMZ it has been my experiance at the age of 29 that my Romance has always taken too much of my time Romantic Relationships there really is no benfit for men when it comes to Romance society likes to teach young men that they are lucky when a woman has sex with them but i digress I am to selfish to want to put a high maintince Romantic Relationship over my goals and my career i took the RED PILL and I am Proud to be a Thriveing MGTOW a Man Going His Own Way 

  • Finding Romantic Love In The Right Places

    in Lifestyle

    What does love feel like?  Why do we search for love?  What could we possibly be missing that would lead us each to seek out someone else?  Well, you probably know the answer to that.  But, how do we find romantic love?  Where does romantic love reside and how do you get it?  Romantic love is not as illusive as fool's love.  Today, I will talk about the forms of love that can lead you to romantic love!  Warning:  It may get hot at times!

  • 02:01

    "Romantic Gifts"

    in Entertainment

    On this episode of "Rendezvous With Kent"("Romantic Gifts"), Kent shares some special gift ideas for your honey!


    www.RendezvousWithKent.com


    Sponsored by:


    www.Mercedes-Benz.com


    www.WholeFoodsMarket.com

  • 00:30
  • 01:01

    Exploring Hakone Gardens, Chocolate Travel, California Wines and Lansing, MI

    in Travel

    At 100+ years old, Hakone Gardens is a National Trust and one of the oldest Japanese estate and gardens in the Western Hemisphere.  In honor of its centennial, Hakone is celebrating its beginning and lasting endurance with multi-year events and activities.  Historian and Hakone Foundation Board Member, Connie Young-Yu, shares the richness and history of this oasis that sits on the edge of Silicon Valley.


    We'll examine the emerging trend of chocolate travel with travel writer and Chocolatour publisher, Doreen Pendgracs.


    Speaking of wine...California has been a leader in developing and implementing sustainable programs in a number of industries, but most prominently in its winemaking practices.  Allison Jordan with California's Wine Institute takes us on an excursion through the state's famous winegrowing regions and she offers the backstory behind their earth-friendly practices.


    Lansing, Michigan has blossomed into a dynamic cultural center and the city has grown far beyond the small plot of land that European explorer Hugh Heward discovered while canoeing down the Grand River in 1790.  Lori Lanspeary from the Greater Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau tells us why Lansing, home to Michigan State University, is much more than a college town.


    Finally, we'll shine a destination spotlight on the Dominican Republic and Cabo San Lucas from the floor of the Adventure Travel Show in Washington, D.C.

  • 00:28

    Heart Gardens Radio: Loved EXTRAVAGENTLY

    in Moms and Family

    Andrea is a product of radical grace. As such, she is a “grace advocate” who is reminded daily  (sometimes hourly) that any truly good work occurs because she is already loved by the Master Gardener and not to be loved by him.  


    Both a stepmom and a “bio” mom, Andrea has extreme compassion for the challenges of blended family life.


    Andrea has an MSED in Educational Counseling and has worked with families and children in a variety of settings including family services and life skills training. She has enjoyed one on one coaching as well as instructing in a college setting.  Andrea is certified in a variety of family-oriented trainings including:


    “Parenting Skills” by New York State Office of Children & Family Services


    “Working In A Family’s Home” by New York State Office of Children & Family Services


    “Teaching, Modeling, Mentoring” by NYS Office of Children & Family Services


    “Community & Academic Advocacy” by NYS Office of Children & Family Services


    “Child & Adolescent Development” by Lutheran Social Services


    “Communication Skills & Behavioral Support” by Bridges Too Health


    “Positive Parenting with a Plan: How To Empower Parents with Challenging Children” 

  • 02:02

    The 5 Stages of Romantic Relationships

    in Relationships

    The 5 Stages of Romantic Relationships

  • 00:25

    Heart Gardens: Nurturing Your Family/A Season of Expectation

    in Moms and Family

    Andrea is a product of radical grace. As such, she is a “grace advocate” who is reminded daily  (sometimes hourly) that any truly good work occurs because she is already loved by the Master Gardener and not to be loved by him.  


    Both a stepmom and a “bio” mom, Andrea has extreme compassion for the challenges of blended family life.


    Andrea has an MSED in Educational Counseling and has worked with families and children in a variety of settings including family services and life skills training. She has enjoyed one on one coaching as well as instructing in a college setting.  Andrea is certified in a variety of family-oriented trainings including:


    “Parenting Skills” by New York State Office of Children & Family Services


    “Working In A Family’s Home” by New York State Office of Children & Family Services


    “Teaching, Modeling, Mentoring” by NYS Office of Children & Family Services


    “Community & Academic Advocacy” by NYS Office of Children & Family Services


    “Child & Adolescent Development” by Lutheran Social Services


    “Communication Skills & Behavioral Support” by Bridges Too Health


    “Positive Parenting with a Plan: How To Empower Parents with Challenging Children” 

  • 01:19

    An evening with Romantic Suspense Author Carmen DeSousa

    in Entertainment

    Carmen DeSousa is a romantic-suspense writer. Her stories overflow with romance, mystery, suspense, with a hint of paranormal at times, and of course, tragedy. After all, what would a great story be without a tragic event setting the stage? All of her novels are sensual, but not erotic, gripping but not graphic and will make you cry, laugh, love, and hope. Although some of her titles clearly include supernatural or ghostly beings, her writing dances on the edge of the paranormal, in a genre referred to as magical realism. Her hope is that as you read her stories, you'll wonder, "Hmmm...what if?"


    As most authors, Carmen blames her leap into a full-time career as a professional writer on her love of reading. Reading has always been an escape for her. When life was rough as a child, she could always disappear into a book. But she found something else too... She discovered writing her thoughts was healing.  Not only could she create hope for her protagonists, but she could do away with the antagonists--legally. When she penned her first novel, 'She Belongs to Me', Carmen allowed only her cousin and best friend to read it. They are the reason she writes. They pushed Carmen to publish, as they felt her stories would give others who've experienced tragedies hope. So now, even though she still writes for herself, Carmen now writes for her readers who continually encourage her because her words have touched their soul.


    Most of Carmen's novels share some of her favorite hobbies, which is anything to do with the great outdoors. Carmen rarely spends her days off at a movie theater or the mall. In fact, she hates shopping or going to a movie.  As a matter of fact, Carmen and her hubby would rather read a book on the beach--or a coffee shop if it's raining--and if the weather is really nice, they love to go kayaking and hiking.

  • 01:53

    A Women's Circle: The Ways of Men & Women in Romantic Relationships

    in Women

    The conversation continues...Peering behind the layers of romantic relationships from differing male and female perspectives. WHY does a relationship that's "over" still influence me so much? HOW do one reclaim their personal power from dysfunctional relationships? DO women use sex to get love and men use love to get sex? HOW do I develop a relationship mindset? SHOULD a man or woman make their intentions known at the beginning of the relationship? HOW do men and women argue fair in a romantic relationship? And much more...