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Each week your host, Rebecca L. Johns, brings you topics and special guests who help you disconnect from old, unworkable habits and thinking to consciously create a life that reflects the true you mind, heart, body and soul.
Learn tips and affirmations for keeping positive in day-to-day living, develop of a rhythm to your day and life through meditation, whole food nutrition and uplifting relationships, and awaken and develop your spiritual self, gifts and purpose.
This Week's Topic: Weight Management, Whole Foods Nutrition, the Mind-HEART-Body Connection to Weight, and Rebecca's Favorite Product to help with weight control and empowerment.
Learn more about Rebecca at http://www.RebeccaLJohns.com or email her directly at RLJ@RebeccaLJohns.com.
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This Week's Topic: How consciousness, including social awareness and civic duty, play a real part in our individual and communal health. What's missing in our lives might be right under our noses. (Hint: It's what we do through social media).
Learn more about Rebecca at http://www.RebeccaLJohns.com or email directly at RLJ@RebeccaLJohns.com.
This Week's Special Guest: Dawn M. Demps. College Success Coach at Mott Community College, Executive Director at UPASS and Executive Director at BSIP Scholars
We will be discussing: The pipeline to prison. What it is, how it plays out, how it is killing all of us.
Greg called in a little bit late. I believe he's on starting at about 30 minutes into the show.
Greg Vaughan joins Take 2 Radio Tuesday, November 25th at 7pm eastern time! We'll chat about his career and his upcoming holiday movie The Christmas Note which will air on Sunday, November 29th at 9pm eastern time on the Hallmark Movies and Mysteries Channel.
In 1996, Vaughan made his television series debut as Josh Walker in the popular Aaron Spelling series Malibu Shores which soon spun off into Beverly Hills, 90210 as Cliff Yeager He was cast in the popular cult films Poison Ivy and The Last Seduction .
Vaughan guest-starring television appearances in series that included Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Any Day Now, Sabrina, the Teenage Witch and Nash Bridges before shooting a controversial "dramody" pilot, Student Affairs for Imagine Television.
Spelling Entertainment soon created a role for Vaughan as a series regular, boy-next-door Dan Gordon, on Charmed After the series ended, Vaughan quickly landed the role of Milo Mosley in Glory Days, the highly anticipated Kevin Williamson series. Vaughan began his foray into daytime drama as Diego on CBS's #1 The Young and the Restless With rave reviews and notoriety, a Daytime Best Newcomer nomination followed, with People Magazine naming Greg Vaughan as "One of the Sexiest Men Alive" in 2002. Vaughan's landed the highly acclaimed role of Lucky Spencer on General Hospital. Greg can now be seen on NBC's Days of Our Lives as Eric Brady.
Join me for a special discussion with Debbie Cooley. Debbie and her husband Danny own and operates Old West Special Trails in Eads, TN. Both are committed to their passion of changing the lives of children one ride at a time. That every child has the opportunity to know and love a horse without regard to financial, physical, or mental restriction. Debbie has the spiritual gift of healing which can take many forms. For her it is all about teaching on the healing effects of loving and caring for horses in the life of hurting people. Sissy knows very well that the love we have for animals gets us out of ourselves. Join Sissy for a discussion with Debbie Cooley.
Sissy Ellison is a talented writer and musician. Connect with Sissy on facebook.
Reflecting His Gifts on the LIfe Quest Christian Network is sponsored by the Wood's End Series by Alexandra Clair. www.alexandraclair.com
Our special guest for this week's podcast is Briana Buckmaster, Supernatural's Sheriff Donna Hascum.
Sheriff Donna (guest star Briana Buckmaster) calls Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) for help after a horrific murder with supernatural elements happens in her town. Sam continues to have visions and asks God for help, which frustrates Dean. Tim Andrew directed the episode written by Eric Charmleo & Nicole Snyder (#1107).
Ali Sina will be our Special Guest, discussion: His recent articles from his website: http://www.faithfreedom.org/index.htm and here: http://alisina.org/
Links to a couple stories we will discuss:
Why Can't Islam be Reformed? http://www.faithfreedom.org/oped/sina50116.htm
Deadly Devotion and the Doom of the Western Civilization http://www.faithfreedom.org/deadly-devSeotion-and-the-doom-of-the-western-civilization/