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HOST: STANLEY YARBOROUGH
Once Again It's On.
This weeks guest Rick Person, Ricky Person Jr aka Kid Glory, @The_Kid, Stephen MasonwolvesAaubasketball Mason , and a whole lot of my Royal Knights Fam, two ways to 1.
And don't forget the always Hot, Politics, History, and Current Events Panel,
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HOST: STANLEY YARBOROUGH
1st podcast of DIFFERENCE MAKERS, featuring:
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Coach Franklin Scott, NC A&T University,
Panelist Derrick Williams Lake Area Hoops,
Tyshon Chozon Cease Fire Don't Smoke The Brothers And Sisters
PLUS a Bonus hour of Current Events
in Self Help
Andy introduces a series called "What is a Christian?" "Christian" is a brand that can be good, bad, attractive, or repelling. It's a loaded label no matter whom you ask. But where did the word come from? And did it come with instructions? In this message, Andy reexamines the word "Christian" and revisits the one thing Jesus wanted his followers to be known for-it may surprise you if you've been hurt by the church or by a Christian." Andy Stanley
Get the entire series at http://northpoint.org/messages/christian
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Stanley Krippner, Ph.D., professor of psychology at Saybrook University, is a Fellow in four APA divisions, and past-president of two divisions (30 and 32). Formerly, he was director of the Kent StateUniversity Child Study Center, Kent OH, and the Maimonides Medical Center Dream Research Laboratory, in Brooklyn NY. He is co-author ofExtraordinary Dreams (SUNY, 2002), The Mythic Path, 3rd ed. (Energy Psychology Press, 2006), and Haunted by Combat: Understanding PTSD in War Veterans (Greenwood, 2007), and co-editor of Healing Tales(Puente, 2007), Healing Stories (Puente, 2007), The Psychological Impact of War on Civilians: An International Perspective (Greenwood, 2003), Varieties of Anomalous Experience: Examining the Scientific Evidence (APA, 2000), and many other books.
Stanley has conducted workshops and seminars on dreams and/or hypnosis in Argentina, Brazil, Canada, China, Colombia, Cuba, Cyprus, Ecuador, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, Lithuania, Mexico, the Netherlands, Panama, the Philippines, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Russia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Venezuela, and at the last four congresses of the Interamerican Psychological Association. He is a member of the editorial board for the Journal of Indian Psychologyand Revista Argentina de Psicologia Paranormal, and the advisory board for InternationalSchool for Psychotherapy, Counseling, and Group Leadership (St. Petersburg) and the Czech Unitaria (Prague).
"Stanley" escaped his lifetime enslavement in the secret underground of the cabal just days ago. He was part of a program to develop the high-pitched sonic "psychic" frequencies that cause mental confusion, physical pain and activation of the toxic bio-engineered parasites and nano chips (dropped in chemtrails) that are designed to sicken the population and drive Lightworkers to exhaustion.
He will reveal names, places, techniques, and tell his life story in person. He is under protective surveillance by Higher Powers, and is working to help free others before we transition to a new Earth paradigm that will eliminate all torture, violence and abuse.
Kathryn E. May will interview him and other escapees on a special Friday night program on BlogTalkRadio.com/ChannelPanel. 8 PM EST. All come! You won't believe your ears!
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Years ago I became a fan of Andy Stanley. He's a Pastor of a church in Georgia and son of Pastor Charles Stanley. His website shares:
INTRODUCTION The arrival of Jesus signaled the end of the Temple Model and the beginning of something brand new—an approach to faith characterized by love of others. The Temple Model is you-focused, but Jesus’ new covenant calls for a focus on the you beside you. So, what is required if we want to follow Jesus’ example and radically love the people around us? DISCUSSION QUESTIONS 1. Talk about a time this week when someone did a small act of kindness for you. What did it do for your day or your week? 2. What are some of the costs of Christians being more concerned with following rules than in the ways they mistreat others? How might it influence the way unchurched people view God? 3. During the message, Andy said, “Your devotion to God is illustrated, demonstrated, and authenticated by your love for others.” Do you agree with that statement? Why or why not? 4. Read Matthew 25:31–40. In what ways does this passage challenge your assumptions about God? What are its implications in your daily life? 5. What is one group of people that is different from you and that you find it difficult to love? Consider the words of Matthew 25:31–40 in light of that group. What are some obstacles you would have to overcome to love that group of people? 6. Think about a difficult relationship in your life. Within the context of that relationship, what does love require of you? Be specific. What can this group do to support you and hold you accountable as you move to love that person?
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From Andy Stanley:
During his earthly ministry, Jesus announced a new covenant, unhitched from the Old Testament. He initiated that new covenant when he died and rose from the dead. Suddenly, commandments that had sounded extreme when he gave them to his followers weren’t extreme at all. Thou shalt not fear. We all want to keep that commandment, but too often it feels impossible. There are legitimate reasons to fear some of the obstacles and setbacks in our lives. But if it were possible not to fear . . . that would change everything. DISCUSSION QUESTIONS 1. Do you tend to take risks or avoid them? How has that tendency influenced the direction of your life? 2. Have you ever known someone who missed out on opportunities because of fear? If so, what did you learn from observing that person? 3. Talk about a time when you were paralyzed by fear. What happened? 4. During the message, Andy said, “Because of Jesus, you don’t have to be afraid, even when there’s something to be afraid of.” Does that statement give you comfort? Why or why not? 5. Read Matthew 14:22–31. Talk about a time when you or someone you know pushed past fear and took a bold step to follow Jesus. How did that event affect your faith? 6. What do you fear right now? What is one practical thing you can do this week to remind yourself not to be afraid because Jesus is with you? What can this group do to support you? MOVING FORWARD What do you fear? Be specific, and then remind yourself to fear not—not because there’s nothing to fear but because Jesus is here. You don’t have to be afraid . . . even when there’s something to be afraid of. CHANGING YOUR MIND
When you want something in life you have to go get it. Even if that means doing whatever it takes to live your dreams. Join Anna Banguilan and Stanley Dawejko Jr as they talk about Living Inspired using the Law of Attraction to create your dream life. Stanley is an author, speaker and an inspiration to others. You can use watch his documentary here!
Stanley is the creator of the law of attraction network and live your dream movement!
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Stanley Lewis Cohen is many things to many people. Some from the camp of the status quo brand him a radical, a subversive, a terrorist sympathizer, a communist, an Islamist. Basically any handle that portrays Stanley as against the state. To all of which, the man proudly says that is his duty as a defense attorney. Despite the power of the system and corporate media being on that side of the debate, they have been fighting a losing battle for decades.
From his long term associations with Bill Kunstler, Lynne Stewart and Ramsey Clark (among others) in extremely incendiary defense cases against government, to his outspoken views on the illegal and illegitimate use of the power of the state on the individual, to his street level activism of persons and causes he believes in, Stanley has won far more supporters than enemies in societies around the world.
The list of clients is unique to say the least. Weather Underground, May 19 Organization, Mohawk Warrior Society, War Resisters League, Black Bloc, Irish Republican Army, The Shining Path, Al-Qaeda, Hamas, Hezbollah, Al-Shabaab, the Portland Seven, Anonymous, Occupy Wall Street and others, to the nobodies represented during his service with Bronx Legal Aid. The important factor is the politics of the cause, the righteousness of the fight.
Stanley joins us to discuss his career, his beliefs and his future. To discuss his troubles with the Mulroney government over the Oka standoff. To discuss how the fight for individual freedom never ends against the state. To discuss how present day pledges and promises are nothing but an illusion to continue the dominance of the powers that be.
Join us for a powerful show with Stanley Cohen. Listen, join the chat room, call in and pose a question.
When the NBA's incoming rookie class got together last month for rookie orientation, they were polled about a number of things -- including which of them would be named the Rookie of the Year.
The winner was Stanley Johnson, who went with the No. 8 overall pick to the Detroit Pistons.
What are the Pistons getting from the PAC-10 Player of the Year out of Arizona who won four consecutive state titles at Mater Dei H.S. in California before doing his one-and-done? How about a latter-day version of Ron Artest, without the craziness? Scouts and pro personnel folks believe Johnson has perhaps the most NBA-ready body of any of the incoming pros, and Johnson's Rookie of the Year campaign will be helped by the fact that he should be able to move into the starting lineup fairly quickly -- maybe even by Day One.
What else to the Pistons have to look forward to after a summer overhaul that netted them Marcus Morris, Ersan Ilyasova, Steve Blake, Aron Baynes, Danny Granger ... and Arn Tellem? What are the chances that one day they'll be anchoring a new downtown arena in The D? How far have they come since the Joe Dumars era ended?
I discussed all things Pistons-related, along with the NBA's new economics, with Jake Chapman of the Pistons flagship station, 105.1 WMGC on Thursday. We hot on a ton of topics. Hope you enjoy.