• 01:33

    The Politics of Faith with Rev. Rodney Sadler

    in Politics Progressive

    Host Dr. Rev. Rodney Sadler discusses Politics of Faith including progressive politics, American politics, culture, demographics, social justice, economic justice,  history, society, social change,  community action, community organization, and more!


    This week's guests are Valerie Hugsy Bridgeman, Rev. Dr. Sam Nixon and Greg Jarrell. The panel will discuss the crises going on in Ferguson and on Staten Island. What does this say about race relations in America? What should the religious community be doing in response to it? What are the theological lessons that we could learn from the situation? What should we do as those who preach, and teach, and work as activist in the Christian community? What are the root concerns undergirding these issues?


    Valerie Bridgeman is visiting professor of Homiletics and Hebrew Bible at Methodist Theological School in (sic) Ohio. She is a peace activist and advocate for human rights, and was inducted into the 2010 class of Martin Luther King, Jr. Collegium of Scholars at Morehouse College. She will become full time faculty at the school this coming fall.


    Rev. Edward Pinkney of Benton Harbor joins Rev. Sadler to talk about how Whirlpool Corporation is attempting to silence him. Rev. Pinkney has been charged with election fraud and is facing a 46 year sentence.


    Rev. Sadler will also be joined by Ellen Dunbar and Mohammed Konkarra of the US/Africa Ebola Working Group to talk about the International Weekend of Prayer and Action Against Ebola.

  • 01:00

    Historicals -- Vikings, Irish, Scottish, Medieval

    in Writing

    Join host Donna Wright as she talks to authors about historcal romances dealing with Vikings, Irish, Scottish or Medieval times. She's got three ladies on tonight who know what they're talking about: Gina Conkle and Sandi Layne. Also out special guest this week is author Hallee Bridgeman who will be talking about the Destiny Blaine Workshop and Reader Rally coming up in October. And you don't want to miss the latest Romance News this week with Jacci DeVera. All of this and more, this week on Hummingbird Place -- Your Home for Romance. Coming to you live from the Secret Cravings Publishing Studio.

  • 00:30

    KY Indie Writers Month -- Romance Hallee Bridgeman

    in Books

    Hallee Bridgeman writes what's being called "edgy Christian Romance novels." I can't wait to hear her excerpt and ask her about that. Please join us for what will be a great show!

    The Jewel Trilogy
    Hallee Bridgeman's critically acclaimed Christian anthology, The Jewel Trilogy, together in one book for the first time ever. All three books: Sapphire Ice, Emerald Fire, and Topaz Heat are here in full and unabridged form in one eBook. Three half-sisters share one nightmarish past.
     

  • 01:20

    Jamie Catto: On a Mission To Make Self-Reflection Hip

    in Culture

    A polite warning; prolonged exposure to Jamie Catto could blow your mind.… as seen recently in The Sunday Times Style magazine, Jamie Catto is the creative catalyst, producer and director behind the global philosophy and music project ‘1 Giant Leap’ (The first 1 Giant Leap was nominated for 2 Grammys in 2003, sold over 300 thousand albums, and won numerous awards globally.) The new movie and album, ‘What About Me?’ released in 2009, has recently won the Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary at Red Rock Film Festival ...

    A musician and filmmaker, Jamie was a founding member of Faithless – the most successful name in dance music in recent decades, but is perhaps best loved for his landmark music and film project 1 Giant Leap. Exploring “the predicament of being human,” he and Duncan Bridgeman travelled the world recording the finest musicians and interviewing thought-leaders from different cultures, revealing “the unity within the diversity.” Combining his experience from projects such as 1 Giant Leap with a passion for personal evolution, Jamie began delivering workshops last year in places ranging from Devon to Berlin, Seattle to Thailand.

    “I think we’re living in a world where we’ve all agreed a massive compromise through the pursuit of approval,” Jamie says. “We get addicted to the ‘crack’ of approval very early on in life. Because of this, we edit ourselves incrementally until we’re these crippled 30% versions of ourselves.

  • 01:20

    Jamie Catto: It's the Most Ecstatic Thing to Just Be Yourself

    in Self Help

    A polite warning; prolonged exposure to Jamie Catto could blow your mind.… as seen recently in The Sunday Times Style magazine, Jamie Catto is the creative catalyst, producer and director behind the global philosophy and music project ‘1 Giant Leap’ (The first 1 Giant Leap was nominated for 2 Grammys in 2003, sold over 300 thousand albums, and won numerous awards globally.) The new movie and album, ‘What About Me?’ released in 2009, has recently won the Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary at Red Rock Film Festival ...

    A musician and filmmaker, Jamie was a founding member of Faithless – the most successful name in dance music in recent decades, but is perhaps best loved for his landmark music and film project 1 Giant Leap. Exploring “the predicament of being human,” he and Duncan Bridgeman travelled the world recording the finest musicians and interviewing thought-leaders from different cultures, revealing “the unity within the diversity.” Combining his experience from projects such as 1 Giant Leap with a passion for personal evolution, Jamie began delivering workshops last year in places ranging from Devon to Berlin, Seattle to Thailand.

    “I think we’re living in a world where we’ve all agreed a massive compromise through the pursuit of approval,” Jamie says. “We get addicted to the ‘crack’ of approval very early on in life. Because of this, we edit ourselves incrementally until we’re these crippled 30% versions of ourselves.

  • 01:01

    USA Paranormal Radio - Cheryl Lynn Bridgeman

    in Paranormal

    Cheryl Lynn Bridgeman  an Artist. a Musician. \ Lead investigator with CPPI. Mystery is an adventure
    and Peaches Veatch founder of CPPI will ALSO  be joining us .,.. What a great night we have planned for you our dedicated listeners...
    Thank you from... USA Paranormal Radio,  Winner of 2011 emmy GTN award and 2012 Paranormal Awards Best Radio Show ..

  • 00:15

    "FIRE THEM BEFORE THEY FIRE U"

    in Business

    Business Professional Terry L. Bridgeman is my special guest who will talk about the advantages of working for yourself as well as the disadvantages of working for someone else.
    Don't Miss It! This is a pre promotion for a 10 part series with Terry L. Bridgeman hosted by Gregory D. Anderson Jr, right here on "GREGSPEAKS".

  • 01:00

    Behind On Mortgage Payments? Don't Miss This!

    in Real Estate

    Nathalie shares IMPORTANT things to know in the 1st half hour.
     
    Sue Bridgeman joins us to talk about here work with teachers, and and their persional growth!

  • 00:59

    Interview with Philip Bridgeman author of the Daniel Diet

    in Religion

    Philip lives, and runs a Natural Health Clinic in Perth, Western Australia. In 1985, Philip wrote 'There Is A Cure For Chronic Tiredness'.

    It was one of the first books that was ever written on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome by a practitioner and his research in this area saw him nominated for the 'Australian Pursuit of Excellence Award'.

    Currently, Philip teaches weekly community classes on 'The A-Z of Health Care' and conducts a weekly radio program on '98.5 Sonshine fm' covering current health issues.

  • 00:32

    Making A Splash (A Smile Goes a Long Way w/Mark Bridgeman)

    in News

    Join Seph Dietlin, Creator of SYMPHONY (A Global Humanitarian Project http://www.symphonyofpeace.com/ ) as he empowers you to “Make A Splash” in the world by “Making A Splash” in yours. SYMPHONY’s goal it to bring you inspiring people who uplift humanity. Whether it is the green and sustainability movement, self empowerment, or the quickly expanding world of heart centered enterprise, we wish to inspire YOU to realize YOUR potential and in so doing make an important improvement in the world. In this episode we have the exicting opportunity to get to know Mark Bridgeman, Father, Ex-Military service and author of the blog "Believe and Inspire." ( http://believeinspire.blogspot.com/) Mark has overcome cancer and other adversity in life to discover a passion for inspiring others to believe in themselves, which he expresses through his blog. Join us for inspiring and insightful wisdom from a man who lives to tell!

  • 00:30

    A Book and a Chat with Catherine Astolfo

    in Books

    Catherine Astolfo retired from education to pursue her true passion: writing. She self-published a novel series, The Emily Taylor Mysteries, through her own publishing company, Moe Publications.
    The series revolves around an unusual heroine—the principal of an elementary school. In her late forties, Emily Taylor becomes a reluctant sleuth through a variety of external events. Some of her decisions, however, are based on a fear of discovery, for she has a mysterious past that involves her husband. Readers do not find out the details of this past life until Book 4.

    In 2005, Catherine was awarded a Brampton Arts Award for the first novel in the series, The Bridgeman. Recently, she won a four-book contract from Imajin Books for the e-versions of the series.

    Catherine was the 2010-11 President of Crime Writers of Canada and is a member of Sisters in Crime Toronto. She is the co-owner of an ezine for writers and readers, Scribes Digest, and of Sisbro & Co. Inc., a film production company.

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