SORT BY Relevancy
In this episode Will Gree and Tony Escribano will discuss Black Friday and discuss whether or not its taking away the traditions of Thanksgiving. This is a chance for your opinion to be heard. (This is a make up episode from Saturday.)
Traditions Training Blog Talk Radio kicks off our 2014 summer show, with an action packed dialogue from several of the Traditions Training Instructor family.
On Tuesday June 3 at 7:30 pm, we will discuss in detail, tactical considerations for fires involving the two-story legacy wood frame dwelling. Unfortunately, the fire service has experienced many serious injuries and LODD’s while operating in these types of structures.
Please join Traditions Training Instructors Ricky Riley (Host), Nick Martin, Dan Shaw, Doug Mitchell, Danny Doyle, Roger Steger Jr, Sam Hittle and Larry Schultz as we discuss: risk assessment, command & control, engine company operations, truck company operations and RIT operations when dealing with the frame dwelling.
In advance of the show, we recommend reading the following NIOSH LODD reports, which occurred in this type of structure:
Bridgeport, Conn. Double LODD House Fire
Pittsburgh, PA. Bricelyn St. Triple LODD
Try to identify pertinent issues relating to building construction features, fire behavior concerns in the Type V (wood frame), critical tactical objectives, required resources and sound command and control considerations.
This Sunday our BlogTalk radio program will cover the importance of carrying on oral tradition, and introduce our listeners to our WnT YouTube Channel. Join Billie Fidlin, president of WnT and Millie Chalk, member of the Board of Directors and part of the YouTube Channel team.
Oral tradition is the spoken relation and preservation, from one generation to the next, of a people's cultural history and ancestry, often by a storyteller in narrative form.
Oral tradition is cultural material and tradition transmitted orally from one generation to another. The messages or testimony are verbally transmitted in speech or song and may take the form, for example, of folktales, sayings, ballads, songs, or chants. In this way, it is possible for a society to transmit oral history, oral literature, oral law and other knowledge across generations without a writing system. It often refers to the transmission of cultural material through vocal utterance. WnT has brought some of the oral tradition to life in written format through our online magazine and by then sharing a oral recording of some of those stories on our YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/WhispernThunder
The historical marginalization of indigenous people, the dogma of stigma, the continued oppression of an entire race of people to the political and social edges of society cannot and must not continue. Telling the story begins the healing. Telling the story also begins the true understanding of a history of both tragedy and triumph.
To read more articles & find out about us, please go to whispernthunder.org
opening song http://youtu.be/aop1Ffep_AA by Taina Amayi
Tonight LIVE the show you cannot afford to miss if you are a wedding pro. In two hours tonight Dr Kelsey is going to provide more details about the marriage license and wedding ceremony than is available in any one place anywhere. Details about wedding ceremony traditions- why we do what we do at weddings and where it all started. Why should you know these things? Obvious- all of the wedding pros I have worked with really desire to be able to provide their couples with the best and most detailed information they can so they can plan the most memorable wedding possible that reflect who they are and their personalities. The more YOU know the better you can serve. Click below for your personal invite from me!!
This is a re-broadcast of an earlier show addressing issues surrounding values and traditions
Whether the traditions are religious or secular in nature they often reinforced some of our highest ideals....
Do you find cultural and religious traditions meaningful?
Which days do you hold sacred or place any importance on?
Religious traditions are especially hard to change, because people insist that God ordained them. The Jews rightly believed that God had ordained the traditions and practices of the Mosaic Law almost 15 centuries before the time of Christ. The Law was the very center of the Jewish culture. They ordered their lives around the Sabbath worship and the yearly feasts. The priests and Levites oversaw and regulated the worship at the temple. The sacrifices and rules for ceremonial cleansing were all spelled out in the Law. These laws and traditions were deeply entrenched! But every Jew knew that you couldn’t just stroll into the Holy of Holies to have a little chat with God! The Levitical system was designed to keep the worshipers at a distance from God, lest He destroy them. Only the high priest could enter the Holy of Holies, and that only once a year, on the Day of Atonement. So for the author to emphasize that we are to draw near to God through Jesus (Hebrews 4:14-16; 6:19-20; 7:19; 10:19-22) was a staggering concept for those from a Jewish background. Join us for our lesson topic: Traditions Are Hard To Change also visit us at www.uptopministries.org
Augusto Perez, servo\evangelista\guerreiro de Deus irá estar em directo no sábado, 24 de Maio a partir das 20 h em Portugal (16 h de Brasília), para partilhar com todos os ouvintes os seus muitos anos de experiência de lutas no campo de batalha de evangelização de vidas, contra todo tipo de tradições, manipulações e dogmas humanos e demoníacos, em diversos países do mundo, tais como Cuba, Honduras e EUA, entre outros.
Junte-se a nós, em mais esta campanha na destruição das fortalezas dos inimigos do Reino de Jesus Cristo (Yahushuah).
Augusto Perez, servant \ Evangelist \ warrior of God will be live with us on Saturday, May the 24th (3 pm EST\2 pm CST\1 pm MST\ USA), to share with all listeners their many years of experience in the field of struggles on the battle for the evangelization of lives, against all traditions, dogmas and human and demonic manipulations, in several countries, such as Cuba, Honduras and USA, among others.
http://www.finelineweddings.com | DJ Luke and Fred celebrate St. Patrick's Day by discussing Cultural Wedding Traditions. We'll uncover why we do certain events at our receptions and what other crazy, wacky traditions you may not even know go on around the world!