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Join Host Pastor La Russia Cain and Guest Host Sr. Pastor Randall Cain as they discuss the topic "Victorious Living Overcoming Tragedy."
Sr. Pastor Randall will share his candid story of Gods grace, mercy ,and love that brought him through the death of his mother and brother. When we have gone through the most difficult times in our lives it is easy to blame God (and he did that), but during his process he came to receive God as his Lord and savior.
Sr. Pastor Randall is a husband, father, grandfather, son, brother, uncle, pastor, mentor and much more. Let his story help you as you go through your journey in life.
If you would like to connect with Sr. Pastor Randall? Connect with him on Facebook at Facebook.com/ randallcain
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The story that rarely is told in its entire...PALESTINE. The Hanif J. Williams Show welcomes special guest, Moe Diab. In this airing Diab will provide an accurate timeline of the events that has lead to the Isreal/Palestine conflict and will offer resolution. Diab, Williams, Palestine get ready!
Guest: Rev. Jan Chase
Rev. Jan Chase is the minister at Unity Truth Center in Pomona, California. Though we originally planned to talk about her work with Interfaith bullying in schools, her recent trip to Israel and Palestine is filled with everything from visiting the Church of the Beatitudes, near where Jesus delivered the Sermon on the Mount, to violent explosions while visiting the Dome of the Rock. When she described her trip to me, we knew that she needed to share this story of what is happening in Israel and Palestine today. There are efforts from so many, of different faiths, to bring peace amidst violence that can erupt at any moment.
In California, Jan is committed to diversity and the community, She is a member of 6 local Interfaith groups and is also a part-time student at Claremont School of Theology/ and the Interfaith Claremont Lincoln University. Jan has formed interfaith partnerships with many religious leaders in the area, inviting them into community work within the school district, the mental health community and with the Department of Children and Family Services. Passionate about learning about other religions and bringing people together to build understanding and peace, she has been honored with several awards in the community.
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Are you dealing with grief after a loss? Join Grief Recovery Specialist, Audrey Pellicano R.N., on Giving Grief a Voice and meet Lynda Fishman, a clinical social worker, inspirational speaker, author of “Repairing Rainbows” and survivor of an unspeakable personal tragedy.
When Lynda was 13 years old, her mother and two sisters were killed in an Air Canada plane crash, bound for Los Angeles. Her mother was 39; her sisters were 8 and 11.
Lynda’s father was 44 years old at the time, and having to bury a wife and two daughters understandably traumatized him. He never recovered, so really, she lost her dad that day too.
When people meet Lynda, they see a woman who leads a busy, meaningful life. Lynda and her husband Barry have been married for 33 years. They have three grown children and a new grandson. They have both had successful careers; they are heavily involved in charity events. Lynda considers herself ordinary, fortunate and blessed; however, most ordinary people cannot tell tales of tragedy, struggle, strength and triumph in the same way that Lynda can. Much of what Lynda has lived through would have emotionally destroyed an ordinary person.
Lynda is proof that people can survive, and thrive, after tragedy.
So much has been happening in the news lately, and now is the time to know how to talk with your children about it. Tom Stevens, LPC-S, RPT-S can help you learn what to say and NOT say. Also, you can call in to ask your very own question about the topic. Children experience tragedy and trauma in very a different way than adults. This means we need to talk with them in a specific way, and learn to listen for the signs of concern. Don't miss this show that can help your child process tragedy in the healthiest way possible.
This week is somewhat of a continuation of last weeks broadcast. Joey & John will be answering:
Why are some children born with infirmaties? Why do christians suffer great illness? Why do some christians die young? eMail us your questions @ BuildingOthersUpNetwork@gmail.com
How to Survive a Tragedy! Live at 4:00 p.m. est Kim Wetteland Pastor, Preacher, Missionary Man-of-God will be ministering in our Sunday ministry time. Kim will be ministering about tragedy/offense/forgiveness from his personal life. His nervous system was burned out because of a Dr's error. God delivered him from the unforgiveness and then he was completely restored to health and strength. Today Kim can drive a ball 300 yards off the tee while golfing because of Gods healing power. He has just returned from a mission trip from Africa and wiil sharing pictures of his trip. Date 21 April 2013 Time 3 pm Location New Creation 600 progress st West Branch, Mi Bring your family and friends. We love you! God loves you! You are winning! Pastor Sam Cottle We have cd/audio copies available of this life changing teaching. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org Please provide your name and address. Pastor Sam Cottle P.O. Box 622 West Branch, MI 48661
Is God totally in control of ALL things? Is God in control of deadly tornado's and calamity? Or is it just nature?
Does God ordain everything? Does he ordain evil and tragedy to come upon humanity? Rape , murder etc..
Does God still cause calamity as Judgement? Will God bring calamity upon America?
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Tonight Inner Voice is In House. I will be discussing what we as individual's and as a global community can do in the face of tragedy. Events like the shootings at the Boston Marathon don't happen in isolation they have been fueled in an environment of secrets, isolation and misinformation. This can set energy into motion that has a power and velocity of it's own, and that can spiral quickly and build momentum. There are things we can do to add fire to it and things we can do to put it out. Tonight Inner Voice will offer stories of support and ideas for growth and healing. If you have suggestions on this feel free to call in and share them. Inner Voice asks that you make sure what you share is helpful, and proactive. In times like these that energy is soo very needed! That number is (646) 595-3440.
Jenny Sieck is a Jungian focused intuitive counselor as well as an intuitive tarot reader. She is also the host of this weekly forum that explores the intersection between our imagination and our intuition. To check out Jenny's offerings, sign up for her free newsletter and schedule intuitive readings and counseling work check out: http://www.innervoiceintuitive.com. Enjoy the show...