• 00:51

    Stained Glass Rainbows: Interview with Kent Williamson

    in Religion

    Kent Williamson is the director of several documentary films, including "Rebellion of Thought" and his latest, "Stained Glass Rainbows" which looks at the issue of homosexuality and the Christian church.


    Join Keith Giles as he talks to Kent about this new film.

  • 01:06

    Life Between the Rainbow and Stained Glass

    in Politics Progressive

     


    Kent C. Williamson is the founder of Paladin Pictures, Inc. (aka Paladin Media Group), a film and video production company in Charlottesville, Virginia. He is also the founder of the Community Films Foundation, a non-profit that connects filmmakers with mission organizations who need help telling the stories, and earless rabbit, the online television network for Charlottesville. Kent produced and co-directed the non-controversial feature film When Love Walks In, directed the highly-controversial documentary Rebellion of Thought, and is currently in post on the extremely-controversial documentary Stained Glass Rainbows. He lives with his bride and six kids along the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.


    For more information, visit:


    http://www.earlessrabbit.com/


    http://www.paladinmediagroup.com/PaladinMediaGroup/MAIN.html


    http://www.stainedglassrainbows.com/Main.html


     

  • 00:31

    Stained glass hobbies

    in Hobbies

    Stained glass is a fun way to spend some time. Beautiful projects are easy to create, and they can even serve as gifts or replacement for windows in the home.
    This encore presentation is from April 2013. Post in America's Dental Hygienist on Face Book to talk about stained glass as a hobby.


    Host: Shirley Gutkowski
    Producer: Shirley Gutkowski

     


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  • 00:52

    The Week In Reviews - LA Stained Glass Artisan Mark Levy

    in Culture

    I love Stained Glass, so it is a real treat to talk to a master of the art. Mark Levy is based in Los Angeles, but his works adorn buildings in many otherplaces. With decades of experience under his belt there is little that he does not know about the world of glass as an art form, While we will certainly be discussing a little about his backgrond in this wonderful medium, we will be focusing on one particular Public Art example that adorns Fire Station 78 in Studio City. How does a work of great beauty find its way into a building as fuctional as a Fiire Station?


    I have yet to meet anyone that doesn't love stained glass, my initiation was in religious locals, places of worship, but when you start to look, stained glass can be found everywhere.
     

  • 00:31

    Friday - In the Cottage - Stained Glass

    in Hobbies

    Relax. It's been a long week of exposing problems, and fishing for good workable answers. Let's talk about hobbies and things people do to work out the rest of their brain. Can exercising be relaxing? Does relaxing require being in an awake state? Can you be relaxing if you're chopping wood or cooking? What is relaxing anyway?
    Guests will help us find new ways to get out of the work a day rut and expose relaxation from wall climbing to napping.
    Today's guest helps us discover stained glass as an artform. Join in to find out more!

  • 00:56

    Paranormal Author Ronald Griffin joins The Librarian on Authors on the Air

    in Books

    Host Tabatha Pope welcomes paranormal romance author, Ronald Griffin to "The Librarian" on Authors on the Air.  


    Ronald Edward Griffin is the self-published author of the Blood Stained Saga with a wide range of goals. He has already published two books out of a four part book series. He will soon have the first origins companion anthology to that series as well as a horror/drama novella that revolves around two young people who fall in love because of a zombie virus outbreak titled “The Dead and the Restless”.  When not writing he spends as much time with his beautiful 4 year old daughter who is a very intelligent little girl who just may very well inherit her daddys’ imagination. With his Blood Stained Series he hopes to bring an emotional rollercoaster to all of his readers as well as help his favorite animal the wolf. A dollar from each book purchase from this series will be donated to the Wolf Conservation Center to help support the effort to keep these beautiful animals from extinction. To learn more about Ronald Griffin, visit his website at www.bloodstainedsaga.com.


    Host of "The Librarian", Tabatha Pope, can be found at All For Love of the Word and Facebook.


    This is a copyrighted and trademarked podcast owned solely by the Authors On the Air Global Network LLC. on the web at authorsontheair.com.


    Thank you to our corporate sponsors: Author Marketing Hub.com. 


     

  • 00:28

    Our Important United States Deserves One Of The People In The White House

    in Elections

    Our United States Deserves One Of The People In The White House


    Politics has stained our past, stymies our present and subverts our future. it is time for a non-Politician to be elected to into the White House, without money-buying campaign financing and Party Popularity Caucuses with imperfect incumbents or no good makeover-has-beens, dressed up in new fund raising attire. if you want your views and voice resonating within the White House rooms and echoing in the chambers of Congress, you can ante up 120,000,000 Presidential write-in ballots - that's all Democrats, Independents and Republicans - and i promise to bring us together in brilliance and quality in living. as Commander-In-Chief: no more forgotten Veterans and failed military hexagon operations; as one of us in the White House: no more fantasies, fibs and foul-ups; as Head of our Country: smarter business and government; as one of the Leaders of the Free World: no more miscues and meddling, no more damage to our planet...  ... 4 smarter business and government; as one of the Leaders of the Free World: no more miscues and mad meddling; as President: care for all of us, see to better laws, economy, education, medicine, science, things you care about and end damage to our planet. these things are possible and awaiting your blessings and word. speak with your ballots for no more promises heard before elections and forgotten once in office. there is a lot to clean up, repair, make better, make over and make good

  • 01:05

    Deepertruth: Eucharistic Miracle of Daroca, Spain, 1239 (7:00 Central)

    in Religion

    The Eucharistic miracle of Daroca was verified shortly before one of the numerous battles sustained by the Spanish against the Moors. The Christian commanders asked the priest in the field to celebrate Mass, but a few minutes after the consecration, an improvised enemy attack obliged the priest to suspend the Mass and hide the consecrated Hosts amid the sacred linens of the celebration. The Spanish left the battle victorious and the commanders asked the priest to communicate the Hosts previously consecrated.  However, they were found completely covered in Blood. Even today, it is possible to venerate the Blood-stained linens.

    In 1239, the Christian cities of Daroca, Teruel and Calatayud (in Aragon) allied themselves to reconquer the walls of the castle of Chio Luchente.  Before the first battle, the chaplain, Don Mateo Martínez of Daroca, celebrated the Holy Mass, during which he consecrated six Hosts designated for Communion for the six captains who led the troops: Don Jiménez Pérez, Don Fernando Sánchez, Don Pedro, Don Raimundo, Don Guillermo and Don Simone Carroz.

    An improvised attack of the enemy obliged the chaplain to immediately suspend the Mass, and coil the six consecrated Hosts in the corporal and to hide them under a rock. The enemy troops had been forced back and the commanders begged the priest to permit them to receive Holy Communion in thanksgiving for the obtained victory. Don Mateo brought them to the place where he had hidden the corporal and they found the Hosts drenched in Blood.

  • 00:51

    Sharing Space In Business, Love and Life

    in Self Help

    Have you been told lately to clean your work area?  When you are done reading the Sunday paper do you just leave it on the floor for days?  When you come home do you just throw your coat over the chair?  Join me and returning guest Beth Macy as she shares tips how we can work and live in harmony in a shared spaced.


    Beth is a successful consultant in the high technology sector, having worked for such companies as Lotus Development, Apple Computer and IBM. She is also a talented artist with her works in collections from New York to Australia. She is also a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC). Beth's creativity extends into many areas: writing, stained glass, oil painting and acrylics. Based in Massachusetts, she is currently working on a sequel to Many Worlds, Many Years.


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  • 00:24

    Author, Christine DiGiacomo, Morning Briefings: Daily Wisdom and Inspiration from Scripture

    in Women

    Today, we live in a society that is more conscious about gender equality than ever before.  As a result, more women are shattering the once-impenetrable glass ceiling and entering traditionally male-dominated fields such as aerospace, engineering, and the armed forces.  Historically, there is no other career path that is older, and more male-dominated than the clergy. 

    California-based corporate female pastor and now author of the new book, Morning Briefings: Daily Wisdom and Inspiration from Scripture, Christine DiGiacomo knows something about breaking through the "stained glass" ceiling and making her mark in the original “‘old boys’ club."

    Known for her clever sense of humor, wittiness, fun-loving personality, and attractive looks, DiGiacomo has been able to rise to the top of her field as an outspoken female pastor

  • 00:58

    Workshop Wednesdays - Winning Entrepreneurs

    in Business

    Workshop Wednesdays with Tony Gambone with his guest Lisa Alexander & Minette Riordan:


    Lisa N. Alexander has worked as an art director, graphic designer and marketing consultant throughout her 20 year career. As a consultant, she helps small business owners grow their businesses through strategic marketing and planning. Lisa is also a talented speaker and according to motivational business speaker, Karen McCullough, Lisa is one speaker she would go out of her way to hear speak. She infuses her ability to make the crowd laugh with her marketing know-how and personal growth lessons. She leaves her audiences, inspired, informed and empowered! Lisa has been featured on Lisa Stein's FreelanceMom.com site as one of the 10 Examples of Mom-Owned Businesses with Kick Ass Unique Selling Propositions, and Marjorie Clayman's list of 60 Women Whose Praises Must Be Sung. S


    Dr. Minette Riordan started her entrepreneurial career in high school. Her moneymaking enterprises ranged from the usual babysitting jobs to creating a stained-glass window for a local restaurant. Creativity has always played a major role in her life but it has taken her years of trial and error to find her true calling and understand how to market herself! Dr. Riordan is an award-winning entrepreneur and marketing expert with 14 years experience in the fields of marketing and sales. She successfully built a multi-media publishing company in the Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex, turning a small quarterly newspaper into a monthly magazine with a circulation of 50,000 copies. Three years ago she sold that business to pursue her passions of coaching, speaking and writing. She is author of the best-selling book The Artful Marketer: The Fundamental Business Guide for Creative Entrepreneurs.

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