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  • 01:01


    in Prayer

    Have you ever found yourself unwittingly defining God by your personal experiences? Deep inside of us, we may know that HIS fullness is unknowable but we can't help ourselves. It's all we've got. this side of eternity. 

    So, when we pray a certain way and our prayer is answered, we make sure we repeat that same kind of prayer next time. If we anoint the sick with oil and they recover, we stock up on oil. Did a bonus come to us the first time we tithed? Tithing is then our number one recommendation for anyone with financial strain.

    These are the little boxes we put God into on our life journey. What we want are as many sure fire formulas and patterns as we can get our hands on so that we can be as successful as possible in our relations with the Almighty. Of course, success in our eyes means "predictable." We want our dealings with God to be certain.

    We may go on this way for a time but sooner or later God smashes our boxes. He won't be contained. Our tried and true formula for answered prayer fails or our tithing doesn't eliminate our debt or the sick don't recover no matter how much oil we slosh on them. 

    When this happens don't despair and don't lose faith. Remember instead: "Woe to the one who quarrels with his Maker -- an earthenware vessel among the vessels of earth! Will the clay say to the potter, 'What are you doing?'" (Isaiah 45:9)

    Maybe God measures success differently than we do. Maybe he considers himself successful when he can get us to stop stuffing him in a box.

    Join us for live prayer at 6:00 AM, Mon.-Fri. Dial 714.459.3963. 

  • 00:30

    LIVE! with Cathi...Everyday Heroes...Part Two

    in Fitness


    THE PRINCIPLE and the PRANKSTER...Sherman, a North High School principal in Kansas was on the verge of tears.  He was asked to hold an empty bucket.  He thought this was a senior prank.  In the bucket, students started dropping pieces of paper.  100 messages later...'thank you for the shirt you gave me when I didn't have clothes.  Seniors were to write notes to tell the principle what he meant to them.

    THE PIZZA MAN...a simple idea-sticky notes turns people into superheroes.


    The LIBRARIAN...etc.



    The BIRDER...etc.

    A way to give back to our...etc.

  • 00:30

    LIVE! with Cathi---Everyday heroes...Part One

    in Fitness

    EVERYDAY HEROES...when we think of heroes, we think of men and women fighting for our country, fighting for America.  I salute them!  It is with pleasure to introduce you to everyday heroes who make our country great!


    Meet a girls' best friend, Blair from Chicago, Illinois working at a refugee resettlement agency.  After tutoring Domi, age 18 who lived in a Tanzanian refugee camp before coming to the U.S.  Blair realized there may be many other teen-age girls, displaced and disoriented that have relocated in Illinois.  This gave birth to GIRLFORWARD.


    The FLOWER BEARER...etc.



    The GOOD SHEPHARD...etc.

    The BOLD BUSINESS MEN...etc.



  • 00:22

    How We Define Heroes in Present Day with Allan K Patch, Retired Captain, USN,

    in Lifestyle

    The Heroes and Heroines in the media today take all shapes and forms. Aside from Police, Firemen and Military who sign up to be in harm’s way, some are ordinary people who rise to meet extraordinary situations.

    Always more visible are the fictional characters portrayed by Hollywood celebrities; from The Incredibles to James Bond, from comic book superheroes to cinematic heroics, we are awed and entertained.  But what of celebrity mis-named heroes such as athletes – are their efforts heroic- or just inspiring…as well as entertaining?

    Ancient Greek and Roman History was so inspired by heroics that gods were created who not only had great power but were also greatly flawed.   In today’s world we bandy about the term hero without seemingly understanding the meaning of the word.  Football players, basketball stars, actors, musicians…all are referred to and refer to each other as heroes.  

    Retired USN Captain Allan Patch grew up in Plymouth, Mass where he developed a fascination with the heritage of our nation.  Adding sciences to his interest in history, Allan earned a BS in biology from Boston College and a DMD from Tufts University. He then spent over two decades in the Navy, deployed in both Navy hospitals and in active duty with the Marine Corps; and entered private dental practice while serving in the Naval Reserve.  

    Passage At Delphi is the first novel in a series exploring the confluence of the past, present, and future.  He invites readers along for the thrilling ride and explores the difference between heroism and celebrity in the context of past and present culture. 

    Author Alan Patch is here to talk about PASSAGE AT DELPHI, Apollo Series Book 1 the beginning of Lauren and Zack’s epic adventure. 

  • 01:00

    No Box Thinking Radio Network with Jonathan Kegler

    in Health

    Tonight No Box Thinking will go across the pond to speak with an up and coming Motivational Speaker, Author, Presenter and Transformational Coach in the form of Gurds Hundal.  Tonight's guest has devoted more than half of her life to helping people to lead a better life as a healthcare advisor, health journalist, mentor, teacher and life coach.  Gurds is the founder of www.getinspiredwithgurds.com an online platform to empower people to transform their lives and become the happier, healthier and inspired version they know.  Gurds is the author of Educo: 52 Quotes For a Better Life and delivers speeches on a variety of topics!

  • 02:01

    Spirit Box Session: Reaching Out To The Nine Dyatlov Pass Incident Hikers

    in Paranormal


    Friday, November 27th  10pm ET / 9pm CT / 7pm PT

    Out of all the unexplained mysteries in the world this one is one of the strangest. The Dyatlov Pass incident was an event that resulted in the deaths of nine hikers in the northern Ural Mountains on the night of February 2, 1959.

    Investigators determined that the skiers had torn their tents from the inside out in order to escape from an apparent threat. They fled the campsite, some of them barefoot, under heavy snowfall. Although the bodies showed no signs of struggle, such as contusions, two victims had fractured skulls and broken ribs. Soviet authorities determined that an "unknown compelling force" had caused the deaths. Due to the lack of survivors, the chronology of events remains uncertain, although several theories exist, some involving a possible avalanche, a military accident, or a hostile encounter with extraterrestrial life. What really happened during to the skiers that night?

    Anthony and Luci will try and reach out and communicate with the hikers on the spirit box and hope to receive some answers.Join us as we embark on what will be an amazing experience for everyone!

  • 00:19

    Newcomer Gets His Game On in "Heroes Reborn" - Meet Toru Uchikado

    in Entertainment

    The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Toru Uchikado.

    Newcomer Toru Uchikado makes his television debut in the epic 13-episode event series “Heroes Reborn” from creator/executive producer Tim Kring, who also imagined the critically acclaimed 2006 “Heroes” series. Premiering September 24 on NBC, the series chronicles the lives of ordinary people who discover they possess extraordinary abilities. Toru plays ‘Ren Shimosawa,’ a young Japanese gamer who’s storyline unfolds as he joins ‘Miko’ (played by Kiki Sukezane) on her journey of being a “Hero.”



    The Japanese actor was born in New Jersey, but moved back to Japan as a young baby. Raised in Yokahomo, Japan, Toru grew up watching American movies and became fascinated with the industry. With Japanese as his primary language, Toru came to the states to study English and Business and learned to speak English at the age of 21. Uchikado returned to the states in 2011 (Los Angeles) to study acting—a passion he discovered while taking classes in college. Toru’s first major acting role will be this Fall as he plays ‘Ren Shimosawa’ on NBC”s “Heroes Reborn.” He hopes to be a bridge between Japan and the United States.

  • 01:00

    No Box Thinking Radio with Jonathan Kegler

    in Spirituality

    During tonight's No Box Thinking Radio we will cover all things from GPOV and allow our guest Marcus Porter to be our tour guide.  Mr. Porter is the CEO & Founder of Marcus D. Porter Enterprises, LLC where he started his Christian clothing brand called GPOV meaining God's Point of View.  Marcus spent a decade in the field of education as a Pre-K teacher, counselor, mentor, physical education teacher and Boy's Director of Camp Thunderbird in the South Central Conference.   

  • 00:49

    Episode IV (Cursing People Out at Work, Ban the Box and Black Friday)

    in Work

    Hosts Sarah Williams (@theBuzzOnHR) and Keirsten Greggs (@K_alea) welcomes Janine Truitt (@czarinaofHR), Chris Fields (@new_resource) and Performance I Create creator, Chris Ponder (@ChrisPonder) returns as a very special guest to discuss some hot Buzz Topics. In this episode, we are talking about the President's Ban the Box iniatitive, Black Friday (from a business standpoint, is it worth it?), Cursing People Out at Work..

    Listen up and enjoy!

  • PTRN Presents ~ The Soap Box Witch ~ Joe's Heroes

    in Spirituality

    Joseph Campbell is a wonderful thinker. His Heroes Journey speaks to us all. Come listen to this discussion on Joe.


  • 01:05

    Heroes Among Us: Adoption and Vietnam

    in Politics Conservative

    In November, we observe Veterans Day. Many do not realize that National Adoption Month is also in November. Both are very important observances. Those who have served in the military are our heroes, as are those who have opened their hearts and homes to children in need of a family. 

    David Cordeau, a Vietnam veteran, will share his story with us. He miraculously survived many dangers during the war. Now, he pastors a church and travels nationally and internationally sharing the Gospel. He even travels to Vietnam to preach.

    Anne Knapp and her husband, Dan, have five children, two of whom they adopted from Haiti. Their lives are more complete as a result of adding Ednel and Ronald to their homes, but the adoption process certainly came with challenges. Tune in to hear their story.

    Tune in to The Right Voice with Adrienne Ross from 8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Eastern/7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Central every Tuesday. Become part of the conversation by calling in to (646) 200-3715 to comment and/or ask questions. If you miss the live show, listen to the podcast at any time.