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  • 00:50

    I Am A Success Story TM

    in Self Help

    Have Tea with Blase, every Wednesday night at 6:30 pm eastern time on a journey to becoming our AUTHENTIC Self.


     
    Call in to speak with guest live on the air (347) 324-5185



  • 02:17

    RTR: What's Your Story????

    in Religion

    Many have left what we call the Institutional Church (IC). People have left for various reasons. Some left because of church hurt. Some left simply because they came into the truth about the IC. Some married couples left together, some left at different times, while other couples, one spouse left and the other one is still in. While many stories share a lot of similiarities, every story is different. So what's YOUR story? We want our listeners to call in and share their stories! You never know who your story will help. It may be just your words that helps that person who is on the fence, make that final decision to leave the IC! We highly encourage you to call in share! 


    Call us live, this and every Sunday, 10am est at 661-449-9951 (press 1 to talk)


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  • 00:27

    Matt Pallamary Talks About Phantastic Fiction - A Shamanic Approach to Story

    in Entertainment

    Pallamary's guide to dramatic writing grew out of his popular Phantastic Fiction Workshop which incorporates elements of shamanism that have formed the basis for Joseph Campbell’s legendary Hero’s Journey. Pallamary’s packed workshops have been a staple of the Santa Barbara Writers Conference and the Southern California Writer’s Conference for over twenty five years. He has also lectured at numerous other venues and led his own weekend intensive workshops.

  • 00:32

    New Edition Push My Story With Pastor Mina Livingston

    in Christianity

    Grace is at the heart of the Christian faith. Nowhere is this more clearly seen than at the cross of Christ. It is grace that the Son of God took on flesh, and grace that he taught us how to live — but it is especially grace that he died on the cross in our place.


    Moreover, this climactic grace shown at the cross has a specific shape — it has edges. These edges help us see what exactly happened when Jesus died. And it’s important that we see because seeing leads to worship — you can’t worship what you don’t know.


    So in hopes of more clarity — fuel for worship — here are five biblical truths about what Jesus accomplished on the cross.

  • 00:30

    New Edition Push My Story with Pastor Mina & Elder Gerald Livingston

    in Christianity

    New King James Version  Matthew 28:20 Context and Colossians 1: 3-18


    Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: 20Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you alway, [even] unto the end of the world. Amen.

  • 00:28

    We Talk Story with Kathryn Foster About What Women Want Really

    in Entertainment

    Dr. Foster has that rare combination of scientifically-based and referenced information that is also highly readable and accessible to a general audience.  In my opinion, she is the best writer in the areas of psychology and relationships since Dr. John Gray.  Her insights are extremely valuable in helping women and men understand each other, and in forming healthier, more satisfying relationships.  She also explains why we need to have realistic expectations of each other, and why those need to be revised as our society changes and women become more empowered.  Be sure to follow up with When Your Relationship Changes for additional insights. 

  • The Story of Stacey Theis ~ Cannabus & Activism

    in Higher Education

    In this episode of Pot Talk Radio we share The Story of Stacey Theis ~ Cannabus & Activism.

    Learn more about Stacey and her Cannabus as she travels the county advocating for cannabis.

    https://www.facebook.com/stacey.theis1

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  • 00:31

    Ronovan Writes Poetry on Tell Me a Story

    in Culture

    Could YOU make a choice between tacos and history? What about fresh fruit or writing? Let’s ask author, Ronovan Hester, my guest today on Tell Me a Story. Okay, so I’d rather talk to him about the topic of this month’s programs, National poetry Month. Of course we know him from his incredibly popular Weekly Writing Challenges (Haiku and Fiction) hosted on his blog http://www.ronovanwrites.wordpress.com as well as from one of his crowning achievements to date, the publishing of his first novel!  Amber Wake: Gabriel Falling (co-authored with P.S. Bartlett) which recently received a 5-Star Review from http://www.ReadersFavorite.com (wtg you two). What you might NOT know, is that Ron is hard at work compiling a soon be released, book of poetry titled: My Loves.  (I wonder how many odes to tacos are in it). So, tune into the show today and let’s hear all about Ronovan Writes Poetry, today on The Magic Happens Radio Network. http://www.themagichappens.com


    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/themagichappens/2016/04/29/ronovan-writes-poetry-on-tell-me-a-story

  • The Story of Kenneth Vance ~ A child's veiw on Cannabis Prohibition

    in Higher Education

    In this episode of Pot Talk Radio we will share The Story of Kenneth Vance ~ A child's veiw on Cannabis Prohibition.

    Kenny Vance is an 18 years old former victim of CPS and the War on Drugs. Kenny was first removed from his family in 2001 as a young child and placed into fostercare with his younger sister Cheyenne because of cannabis use by his parents. He was diagnosed with autism at age 5 and spent the next 8 years being medicated with dangerous psychotropics before his mother risked criminal charges and started treating his issues with cannabis oil instead. Kenny and his sister Cheyenne joined with the Flor children and founded the first childrens chapter of THS to specifically address the issues children face dealing with The War On Drugs and answer the question, what about the children? As an adult Kenny hopes to offer perspective into the fears and trials endured by children because of Prohibition.


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  • 00:07

    Wanda Durant will discuss 'The Real MVP: The Wanda Durant Story'

    in Entertainment

    The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Wanda Durant. She will discuss 'The Real MVP: The Wanda Durant Story' - Premieres May 7th at 8pm ET/PT on Lifetime.


    Basketball great Kevin Durant of The Oklahoma City Thunder captured the hearts of the nation when he accepted the 2014 NBA Most Valuable Player Award with his emotional speech crediting all of his success to his mother, Wanda Pratt, naming her “the real MVP.” Pratt’s moving story of a mother’s love, tenacity and sacrifice unfolds on Saturday, May 7 at 8pm ET/PT in The Real MVP: The Wanda Durant Story, just in time celebrate all the mothers around the world for Mother’s Day.


    Executive produced by Academy Award nominee, Golden Globe, Grammy, SAG and Emmy Award winner Queen Latifah and her Flavor Unit team, the inspiring true story stars Cassandra Freeman (Inside Man, Single Ladies) stars as Wanda, Tracie Thoms (Cold Case, Rent) as her best friend and confidante, and Pauletta Washington (Wilma) portrays her mother Barbara. Daniel Bellomy and Nic Few star as the adult Kevin and Tony respectively.


    The Real MVP: The Wanda Pratt Story is produced by A+E Studios (UnREAL). Executive producers from Flavor Unit are Queen Latifah (Steel Magnolias, The Rap Game), Shakim Compere (Bessie) and Shelby Stone (Bessie).Wanda Pratt also executive produces with Gina Ford and Brynee Baylor as co-executive producers. The film is directed by Nelson George (Life Support, A Ballerina’s Tale) and written by Yolonda Lawrence (Witches of East End) and Ligiah Villalobos (Ed).