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Forgiveness is far from our nature, but when we come to grips with what God's Word says about forgiveness, and we see just how the Lord forgave, then we can better understand how forgiveness works in the lives of those who persecute us. And to give those who persecute us a clean slate is the last thing on our minds when we look at the circumstances around us. But Jesus gave us a clean slate. Join us as we look deeply into the life of a New Testament missionary to see how God gave him a new life through forgiveness. We should do no less.
HAPPY NEW YEARS!!!!!!!!!!!!! Wiping the slate clean means a new start…carrying over the lessons you have already learned the previous years, making the adjustments, manifesting new lessons, giving birth to new ideas and creations, blossoming and blooming…there are no limitations at ground zero…today is the first day of the beginning of your rebirth…start reprogramming yourself, start knowing yourself, start giving birth to yourself….love yourself, then
Donna Barnett's Chasing Clean Air Season 1, Episode 5 continues the search for clean air by sharing one of America's great untold stories!
The Yokuts lived in paradise, peacefully co-existing with one another, the land and waterways of the San Joaquin Valley and lower Sierra Nevada foothills. For thousands of years this gentle culture of cohesive families and tribelets showed respect for nature. And then the Europeans came. How the Tachi-Yokut Native Americans lived and survived to thrive is our story. We'll learn lessons from Nature's front, the realities of Spanish missionaries and California's first governor who advocated extermination of Native Americans to today's Governor Brown nominating a Tribal Advisor to his administration. Respecting Nature's laws then & now, the Yokuts survival story & their traditions are important.
Honored Guest: Lalo Franco, Director of Cultural and History Preservation Dept of Tachi-Yokut Tribe; one of largest tribes in the USA
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Join the clean air search! Season 1, Episode 3 of Chasing Clean Air with Donna Barnett is brought to you by Boardwalk Yogurt in Venice Beach, CA Three Rivers is the gateway community to Sequoia National Park, which is alive with music, the arts, and Native "Yokuts" American history! And good-tidings from Nature's "high". The nearby General Sherman Tree is considered the largest tree in the world estimated at 2,200 years old and resides in the Giant Forest, one of 75 s
Why do we say God bless you after a sneeze or break a leg before a performance? When did we start singing Happy Birthday around a cadled cake? What's with Have a nice day? Josh Chetwynd has chronicled the sweet history of nice in The Book of Nice. Listen...it's nice!
Dr Alejandro Junger can trace your depression, allergies and many other ills straight to your belly. Clean Gut is the program that can truly change your life and health in 21 days. Listen to your gut....
Plus a baby's conversation with God...a tribute to Mom's.
Kacey Morabito Grean of 100.7 WHUD invites you to join the conversation.
Big Dog Radio Welcomes Bands, Judge Jackson & Scoti*SlateTune in Tuesday night at 6 PM CST, as Big Dog Radio rocks the Internet air waves with a double shot of gusts, as we feature music and interview from the bands, Judge Jackson and Scoti*Slate. First, we will feature LA’s, Judge Jackson. The band has been rocking the masses for more than a decade releasing five albums, with 1,200 performances, sharing the stage with an endless list of great bands worldwide. Tune in as the host, the Big Dog Benny Henderson Jr. discusses with the band, their latest album, 6.Hitting yah hard at 6:30 PM CST, will be the band, Scoti*Slate, who will be discussing their album, Good Fight. The Phoenix based duo is blazing a trail of funk rocking power, and their new CD proves to be strong and entertaining to your ears.Any questions or comments for the host or the nights guest, call in 347-202-0832, or email the Big Dog at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IN THE MIX - Health, Wellness & Beauty series “Where a healthy, happy & beautiful YOU, starts from the inside out!” Every Tuesdays and Fridays we'll share information and introduce you to health, wellness and beauty professionals to help you have a healtier, happier and beautiful life. TODAY'S SHOW 4/26, 2013
Eating clean is as easy as these simple guidelines! Post them on your fridge and give them a glance every so often to refresh your memory.
The soul of clean eating is consuming food in its most natural state, or as close to it as possible. It is not a diet; it's a lifestyle approach to food and its preparation, leading to an improved life - one meal at a time. - Information from CLEAN EATING MAGAZINE
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Join Dabney and your Social Media Girlfriends as we learn to "keep it clean" with Emmy-Winning Celebrity Trish Suhr! Trish will share her passion for helping people organize their lives as she inspires and makes us laugh!
You may know Trish as the Co-Host and “Yard Sale Diva” of over 200 episodes of the Clean House franchise on The Style Network.
Trish most recently was a contributor on Good Day LA, Good Day NY, Woman’s Day magazine and is seen as a regular Lifestyle contributor on the The Ricki Lake Show.
We have laughed with and LOVED Trish as we followed her work hosting a variety of shows including Gamers for National Lampoon, Take My Kids Please for WE, Family Secrets for CMT, and the Great American Cook-off for Lifetime. Trish is also known for her quick witted commentary on specials for E!, Style, CMT and VH1.
Join us LIVE for our show where YOU become a part of the conversation in our NEST on Twitter! Simply follow and use the hashtag #SmGirlfriends and tweet to our host @DabneyPorte and guest @TrishSuhr!
This episode will focus on biodiesel, who can use it, why it's better than diesel and where you can get it in Atlanta.
Anne Blair - Clean Fuels and Bioenergy Program Manager Anne is the program manager for SACE’s clean fuels and bioenergy programs. Her work focuses on diesel emissions reduction, advanced transportation and the utilization of biomass for electricity and fuel production, with an emphasis on state and federal energy, fuel, transportation, and climate policy and education. Anne joined the SACE staff in 2003. Anne serves on the Green-e Governance Board, the Southeast Diesel Collaborative Leadership Council, the Steering Committee for the Pine 2 Energy Coalition, facilitates the Tennessee Diesel Working Group and is a graduate of the Environmental Leadership Institute. Anne is the lead author of "A Safer Ride to School: How to Clean Up School Buses and Protect Our Children's Health" and "A Case for the Healthy School Bus: Lessons from the Field." Anne previously worked for River Network in Washington, DC, The Fund for Public Interest Research Group, and was an AmeriCorps volunteer with the National Park Service. She is a graduate of Randolph-Macon Woman’s College in Lynchburg, VA.