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In this episode of Cross Encounters Radio:
1. Tony's guest for today's program will be Bobby McCreery, of To The End of the Earth Ministries. Tony and Bobby will talk about open-air preaching, campus ministry, and abortuary ministry.
2. Bart McCurdy will go "Phone Fishing." Who will Bart find to put on the phone, so Tony can share the gospel with them.
3. Veganism and Speciesism: Tony and Rich will talk about this video and the sad spiritual condition of those who worship animals. The guys will also talk about what Kelly has that most Chirstians don't......guts.
4. Steven Furtick's slide toward the Word of Faith and Prosperity heresies is almost complete. Tony and Rich will talk about this sermon clip and the subtle blasphemy of this kind of preaching.
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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on the moral arguments for veganism and vegetarianism, courage as a struggle against fear, ungrateful people, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio.
Question 1: Are the moral arguments for veganism (and vegetarianism) rational?
Question 2: Does the virtue of courage require struggling against the temptation to succumb to fear?
Question 3: Why aren't people grateful for what others do for them?
To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page.
For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.
Today Laura Theodore, the Jazzy Vegetarian welcomes Victoria Moran to chat about wellness and veganism. Ms. Moran is the author of eleven books, a certified holistic health counselor (HHC, AADP) in private practice, and director of Main Street Vegan Academy, training vegan lifestyle coaches. Her latest book is Main Street Vegan, which VegNews magazine calls “The Vegan Bible, New Testament.” A two-time Oprah! guest, winner of “Vegan of the Year” for 2012, and host of the Main Street Vegan Show on Unity.FM radio, Victoria lives in a green condo in New York City.
In our fast-paced, stressful lives, our physical and mental well-being often take a backseat to juggling work and family responsibilities. Like yoga, the art of tai chi provides a refuge from our hectic schedules and brings mind and body into harmony, making both stronger. We will talk with tai chi master and Taoist monk, Arthur Rosenfeld, about the fundamentals of this martial art. He will explain how this ancient practice is still relevant and useful in our modern lives and how veganism comes naturally from the kind of compassion that any Taoist practice develops.
Master Arthur Rosenfeld is the author of Tai Chi – The Perfect Exercise: Finding Health, Happiness, Balance and Strength. In addition to toning muscle, tai chi also lowers blood pressure, helps with sleep, heightens immune system response, improves focus, increases sexual vitality, and helps ease the symptoms of many diseases such as asthma, insomnia, arthritis, chronic fatigue, Parkinson’s, and hypertension. Please join us as we explore tai chi and veganism as a path to a calmer, fitter, healthier life.
One of our favorite topics to discuss, Audrey and I get into the nutritional details of veganism and vegetarianism, whether or not you can do them and still be healthy, and how to do it right. In addition, we talk about finding your purpose, discovering better digestion, and enjoying life the right way.
On Today's Episode:
Kyle and Janine discuss: What are the Healthiest Beers? Also Janine tells of her experience with Vegetarianism/Veganism and how it impacted her health and training.
About Kyle and Janine:
Kyle and Janine Baggett are a married couple who are passionate about health and fitness and work at The Nutrition Shoppe. They have both been lifting heavy and working on nutrition for optimal body composition for several years and Janine operates her own fitness blog, LIFTmeupFitness. They are also currently undergoing training for sports nutrition coaching and personal training.
About Dr. Len:
Dr. Len Brancewicz has over 30 years of experience in the fields of Pharmacy, Natural Medicine, and radio. He has done many seminars across the nation speaking of the benefits of Naturopathy in his patients and in addition to his BlogTalkRadio podcast, he has been a regular on many FM stations nationwide.
Currently, he is also the host of Health Talk with Dr. Len on South Atlantas 92.5 The Bear FM every Saturday AM from 9-10. Listen to past episodes here!
Dr. Len is also the founder of The Nutrition Shoppe, a retail store and wellness center specializing in selling natural vitamins (which he helps formulate,) fitness supplements like protein powder, and other natural products.
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Sister Jenna welcomes Erica Meier to the America Meditating Radio Show.
Erica Meier has served as the Executive Director of Compassion Over Killing (COK) since 2005, after being an active volunteer. Since taking the helm, Erica has taken the organization to new heights with continued growth and accomplishments for animals. Vegan for 20 years, Erica has been working in the animal protection field since college. In 2013, she was honored with the prestigious Animal Rights Hall of Fame Award. Erica previously spent several years as an animal control officer in Washington, D.C., where she rescued sick, stray, and homeless animals, as well as enforced anti-cruelty laws.
Compassion Over Killing is a national non-profit animal advocacy organization headquartered in Washington, DC, with an additional office in Los Angeles, CA. Visit COK’s website at http://cok.net and get a free Vegetarian Starter Guide.
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LIVE in the studio, chef, consultant, speaker, and committed plant activist, co-author of the bestseller, "Crazy Sexy Kitchen," and VP of Plant-Based Education for Rouxbe Online Culinary School, Chef Chad Sarno will join us to talk about how to continue to eat healthy while enjoying the holiday season.
Spanning from the launch of a boutique plant-based restaurant brand throughout Europe in Istanbul, London and Munich, to the development of innovative health and wellness initiatives as culinary media spokesperson for Whole Foods Market’s global healthy eating program, Chad’s mission of health inspired plant-based eating has reached all corners of the globe. Chad has been contributing chef to numerous recipe books as well as featured in many national publications. He has been a guest on dozens of morning shows and food-focused programs on television and radio internationally over the years. Through the intersection of clean food and culinary education, Chad continues to share his passion for helping others achieve their health goals, starting in the kitchen....and we look forward to having him on the show to help our listeners continue toward their health goals, while enjoying delicious foods through the holiday season and throughout the year.
World Champion sand sculptress Lucinda Wierenga will be talking to us from South Padre Island after returning from California and a commission for The Hyatt.
Riding life's ups and downs without becoming depressed.
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In response to animal welfare and taking a stand against animal cruelty, compassionate people everywhere are adopting a vegan diet. Adair Moran, a New York State Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator and co-founder of Urban Utopia Wildlife, joins us for an intimate discussion on the plight of animals, veganism and working with wildlife.
When many people hear of “going vegan,” they may assume that one is doing it for the health benefits – after all, it’s one of the healthiest ways to eat as you consume so many phytochemicals and nutrients from living food. But, there’s another side to veganism: it’s good for our planet, because it uses fewer resources and doesn’t support industrial livestock farms, which face criticism for their treatment of animals. Adrian will talk to us about the animals she’s worked with and how we can coexist lovingly with them.
Adair is also the co-author of the book Main Street Vegan, with her mother, author Victoria Moran (who has been on ‘Vegan and the Living is Easy’ several times). She’ll dish to us about how she has managed to eat vegan while traveling all over the world!
As another special treat, she’ll even share with us how being a lifelong vegan has impacted her “other job” of being a stunt performer and aerialist who can frequently be seen performing stuns in films and television shows!
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Journalist and HLN Host Jane Velez-Mitchell talks with her long-time friend and colleague, Rolonda Watts, about the big shake-up at HLN and CNN that landed her and her six year old news show under the ax. Jane talks about the power of change and what's next for the author and news star.
Plus -- Jane reveals the truth behind her drastic decision to go Vegan and how her tremendous love for animals led her to it. Jane also talks openly about coming out of the closet and finding the love of her dreams, and what her long path as a recovering alcoholic has taught her about life. Jane tells all in this editon of "Sundays with Rolonda."
Jane's book EXPOSED is a New York Times Bestseller and worth a read with the Jodi Arias trial starting up next week!
hosted by Debbie Dahmer
Guest will be Roland Vincent: Writer, public speaker, political strategist, and founder of the Animal Rights Leadership Council. He is an Animal Rights Activist, an Environmentalist, and a revolutionary Leftist. He is a trained lawyer, and a former investment banker and stockbroker. Roland directed campaigns for two sitting US presidents and two presidential aspirants.
He has extensive experience in legislative and initiative campaigns in California, and directed the Proposition 13 effort for Howard Jarvis. Roland served on President Jimmy Carter's staff and was a Commissioner in Tom Bradley's administration in Los Angeles. In 1984 he lost a landmark free speech case before the United States Supreme Court, Vincent vs City of Los Angeles, after which he set up the Committee for the Court, a political organization dedicated to electing a liberal president who will appoint liberal justices to the Supreme Court. Roland has been an animal advocate and rescuer for over 50 years. He has consulted to many national animal protection organizations and has trained and mentored political and animal activists for years. In 2005 he directed the boycott of the Fox film Flicka, which was the most successful grassroots boycott of a major studio production in history. He has published over 750 articles and essays on Animal Rights, Animal Liberation, Animal Protection, Veganism, Politics, Conservatism, Liberalism, Atheism, Revolution, Socialism, History and Philosophy. Roland publishes Armory of the Revolution (www.armoryoftherevolution.com) and is special editor of the Greanville Post, the world's largest socialist/animal liberation site (www.greanvillepost.com).