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Where have all the Heroes gone will be our short 30 min show focuing on heroes and heroes Reborn and the next volume. As well as TV Heroes that are now MIA. Join us as we discuss this topic over the next few short shows before the interviews start. We will open the chatroom at 11pm eastern time and will be interacting with listeners. On our next show we will be starting with Interviews in 15 min spots over the course of a few shows. Spread the Word.
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It's February and we're getting to the heart of the matter.
Recently, a family member of Rock's had a heart attack. He survived (thank goodness), but we've been talking about the heart ever since. What better time to share our healthy heart tips and CPR info?
As a bonus, we've also got some kick-ass ideas for Valentine's Day, whether or not you've got a date!
Join us this Tuesday and every Tuesday at 7PM PT/10PM ET!
Our guest today, Maureen McGill, MA, BFA is the author of the non-fiction book; "Baby It’s You, Messages from Deceased Heroes", released by Ozark Mountain Publishing. This compelling, inspirational collection of true life messages from the other side, shared by widows, family members and friends of military, open our hearts to the unending love connections that never die! The book is available on Amazon and Kindle.
Maureen is an Associate Professor of Theatre and Dance at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington for over thirty-eight years. She directed the University Dance Ensemble and taught courses in Dance, Movement, Choreography, and continues now teaching in the area of Healing Arts of Mind and Body at the university. She is also a member of the International Association of Near Death Studies where she has presented at conferences, in Seattle, Newport Beach, and Denver. She is a board member of the Seattle IANDS organization. She is also a member of the Military Writers Society of America.
Join co-hosts Gwen Barry and Nicole Tomassini for discussion with Maureen on her new book and a look at her many talents and good works.
Find Maureen McGill and her book at: www.livefromtheotherside.com
Box Office forecasters are suggesting that Kung Fu Panda 3 may eclipse 50 million this weekend. The Movie BOOBs will take a look at the chances the third installment of the franchise has at doing just that. Also, they try to figure out what to make of The Big Short's recent upset victory at the PGAs and what that means for the race for Best Picture at the Oscars. Don't miss this episode!
Today on Episode 79 of the Cinema Geeks ….. we predict who will reign supreme at the Box-Office in 2016! Main Attraction: 2016 Box-Office Predictions Question: What 5 films do you think will rule the box-office in 2016?
Today's guest is Sullivan Phillips and his story is about being a troubled youth, with loving parents who couldn't reach him. Sullivan was then kicked out of school and forced to leave his home to be placed in boarding school. The same year as he faced this life changing moment he lost his father. This was a moment in time that shaped Sullivan like never before and propelled him to go onto to play professional soccer/basketball for a total of 14 years. Join No Box Thinking Radio as we discuss the twist and turns of Sullivan's life of growing up with a father who was a minister and mother who was a teacher. This placed his life on a jouney of ups and downs to led to marriage, rebatiptism, closer walk with God and becoming a citizen who positively impacts society with his story.
WORKSHOP WEDNESDAYS RADIO WITH HOST TONY GAMBONE AND SPECIAL GUEST L. T. LEWIS:
L.T. Lewis - I help Believers to be liberated by kick boxing so that they may experience a more joyful, healthy, and abundant faith-filled life.
No, not the literal martial arts forms of Kick Boxing but rather the spiritual, emotional, and physical forms. The forms that hinder, limit and in some instances stop Believers from experiencing all the joy, health and abundance of a faith-filled life consistent with the truths found in the Scriptures.
I hang my clergy collar on Jesus’ answer to the tempter as recorded in Matthew 4:4, “But He [Jesus] answered [the tempter] and said, “It is written, ‘Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds from the mouth of God’.” I don’t live by asking myself what Jesus “would” do. I live by what Jesus “did” do and what He “did” say.
He said that He came not to judge the world but that the world through him might have life and have it more abundantly. He said He came to make men [women] free. He said for us not to fear those that can kill the body but not the soul. And these are just a few things that come to my mind immediately.
But these words that Jesus spoke are part of the reason why I do what I do. I am powered by faith. To believe that with God “all” things really are possible. To create the out-of-the-box life that Jesus Christ came to give. To manifest the “greater works” making legacy impact.
Joshua Encarnacion believes in the people he interacts with to help make their DREAMS and his DREAMS a reality.
Joshua Encarnacion was born in New York raised in Lawrence, MA and his family currently resides in Springfield, MA. He is a University of Massachusetts Dartmouth graduate, a proud member of the class of 2014. His class collectively endowed the DREAM Scholarship which is presented annually to a student who has a compelling vision for the betterment of UMassD community & accompanying action plan to see it come true.
After graduating from UMass Dartmouth, Joshua joined Google’s staffing department where he was first exposed to technical recruitment & development programs in San Francisco’s Bay Area. He is now managing technical recruitment & various development programs at the finance tech startup, Earnest Inc. – an organization of people aimed at building the bank of the future, a bank that’ll focus on realizing people’s hopes and DREAMS by putting them in control of their finances.
The next step for Joshua is to write a book that will assist the world in redefining the way we believe in people.
His main goal in life is to work on persoanl growth & to help others grow along the way.
Dr. Marcus Jackson is super passionate when it comes to educating children. He has been an educator for 20 years. He’s been a coach, teacher, assistant principal, and principal at all levels. Currently, he is principal at an elementary school in Atlanta, GA where he also serves more than 100 male students through his mentoring program.