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Join minister James S. Williams on Dream Makers as he interviews Dr. David Stevens. Dr. Steven's was a previous guest on the show. However, we couldn't cover all that we wanted to cover so we welcome Dr. Stevens back to share with us his work and minstry. Join us Thursday, June 26, 2014, at 10 p.m. (CST) for this episode of Dream Makers, where we share the work of people living out their dreams.
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Hosts Marie Langlie and Beth Jacobson, will be joined by Peace Warden, a master herbalist, certified health coach, an LPN specialist in trama orthopedics and intuitive healer. Peace will be talking about high fructose corn syrup and its effects on the mind and body of women and the long term effects on the womb.
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Beth Jacobson 651-900-4136
Marie Langlie 651-303-0555
Minister James S. Williams, host of Dream Makers will interview a previous guest, Nina "Motivates U". There are several things going on with Nina and we wanted to have her back to share the new things in her life and to help her story, continue to motivate others to simply stop talking about their dreams and to start living them! For more information about the ministry, go to our website: http://williamsinnovativenetwork.weebly.com/ or join us on our FB page, "Williams Innovative Network"
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We look at a person, place or thing based on a set of ideas we've learned.
We learn what we live and what society has taught us. But is everything that society has taught us correct?
There are subtler ideas we've been tuaght to beleive and theses ideas have caused the systematic repression of woman-especially woman of color- for the last 2000 years.
From the latter idea false notion that we alone brought sin into the world, and that our sexuality[men lusting after us or our expression of our own sexuality] has to be repressed, stunted or exploited because we alone listened to that horrendous snake [that God allowed] in the garden!
From that sin and the the curse that followed he life of a woman was changed to: Wanting her husband, being ruled over and pain of childbirth.
1. The realtionship between man and woman was one of sujugation of the woman
2. The authority of a woman was in question and repressed and not co-equal by the second edict.
3. The very life giving fuction of childbirth would cause pain therefore bringing a child into the world from a stressed and harried mother, which could effect the growth and development of that child for its lifetime.
Damn...now that some cursing!
But is it real? Was that God, who had been for many many years considered a woman and a mother...or was that from the minds of males in a quest to subugate all things womanly and later all things African?
It is a must listen for all who have daughters...what will she be in the 21st century?
Friday @ 5-7pm pacific time or 8-10pm eastern time on October 24, 2014
In this episode of Independence Nation, Keith A. Pitts, MSE will address the horrific outbreak of ebola, as well as its manufacturers and the patent they hold. More than 80 people were in contact with the Ebola patient, including 12 to 18 people in direct contact, said spokeswoman for Dallas County's Department of Health and Human Services Erikka Neroes on Thursday. Later in the day Texas officials revised the number of contacts up to 100 people. Other issues: Hong Kong protests.