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What makes up a Christ-Centered church? Isn’t it worth more than a beautiful building? Isn’t the church, the people and their hearts on fire for the Lord?
Join Tamera and Raven on today's episode of Hear Our Voices, as they discuss what makes a role model, who are role models today, and what types of "role models" have the largest hold on our youth. Who is glorified by young people? And why have young people let God go as the number one role model in their lives?
Listen online or call us live to join in on the conversation. Let us know who you admire and why: (646) 564-9704.
Join Anna K. as she interviews guests weekly about what makes them GLOW...inside and out! Every Friday, 10am EST. This week she interviews Val Brown!
Val Brown (Sohanjeet Kaur) is a teacher of yoga, practitioner of life, vata-kapha dosha, in love with the smell of roses, and prone to dancing in the rain! Currently based in Lubbock, Texas, Val Brown is registered with the Yoga Alliance and holds a 200-Hour Registered Yoga Teacher certificate from Yoga Yoga in Austin, Texas. She trained under Judith Lasater and became a certified Relax and Renew Restorative Yoga Teacher. Currently, Val is pursuing a 500-Hour RYT certification through Yoga Yoga Austin and an Ayurvedic Wellness Consultant Certification through Maharishi University of Management. In addition to teaching yoga, Val is the Social Media Manager for Maharishi Ayurveda Products International, the first and oldest Ayurveda products company in the United States.
Val’s love for yoga and classes are inspired by and rooted in Hatha Flow, Ashtanga, and Restorative yoga. Find out more here!
CNN Anchorwoman Isha Sesay rocked the media boat by publicly proclaiming that the huge media focus on Ebola since it arrived to American shores while offering miniscule coverage when it was considered mainly an African concern has made her an "Angry Black Woman!"
What made me stand up and applaud her stand was that this is an issue that most would think about but would be afraid to speak on publicly.
"What I’m seeing in the United States is this lack of knowledge. And not just a lack of knowledge, but also a lack of empathy for what we are going through right now on the continent. So I’m in a really difficult space right now [...] The coverage of Ebola to date – before we moved to the situation where we’re now where the focus is so much on America and the fear that the Western hemisphere is going to be taken over by Ebola – the coverage of the continent had fixated on the continent, and so little on the people."
So this shows us that everyone in the media is not a talking head, I just hope that her words don't cause her to have to deal with the wrath of anyone who may have the control over her career at CNN that has brought her into more living rooms to keep us informed on what is happening currently over the world.
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How many times have we heard, or even said one of the following statements; “Good men are hard to find,” “There aren’t any good men available,” “A majority of men are homosexual or on the down low,” or “All good men are already taken.” These statements and many others have more often than not been said by woman of all races, creeds and color for a number of reasons. However, what I want to know is what is the definition of a good man? What does he look like? Does he carry himself in a certain manner?
Most women may initially define a man as good, or a good catch based solely on his exterior; meaning we have the tendency to focus first on the way he looks, his style of dress, what kind of job/career he has, so on and so on. But do these things truly define a good man? The answer is no. Now don’t get me wrong, these characteristics are nice to have, but they should not be the primary or the initial focus of a man, nor should they increase his value. The makings of a good man are not his outer possessions, but they are within his internal character.
Money will never solve all of your problems; but let's be honest, it can alleviate a lot of them. Daniel Kofke (https://twitter.com/dannykofke) is the author of How to Survive (and perhaps Thrive) on a Teacher's Salary and A Simple Book of Financial Wisdom. He says that he is living proof that a family can live wealthy on a limited budget.
Reecy Aresty (www.paylessforcollege.com) is the author of How To Pay For College Without Going Broke. Whether you've have college-bound kids or you are bound for college yourself. You'll want to hear what Reecy has to say.
Join Anna K. as she interviews guests weekly about what makes them GLOW...inside and out! Every Friday, 10am EST. This week she interviews DJ KungFu!!!
John Tran (aka DJ KungFu) has been rockin’ the local & international House music scene since 1997. He has performed in Prague-Czech Republic, Mexico, Chicago, Miami, Hawaii and all over Texas where he holds down several DJ residencies. His eclectic playlist & diverse style has gained respect among a wide range of music lovers from clubbers to yogis!
Whether it’s a DJ set at warehouse, a music festival, a nightclub or even a yoga session, this DJ always brings energy to the crowd with his signature sound. His residencies include: Saturday Nights at Hotel Zaza, Sunday Funday at Royal Oak & random Yoga sessions around Houston.
Find him on Nov. 21st at the WE PLAY EVERYWHERE Rooftop Yoga Happy Hour!!!
Alanna McGinn answers your baby, child, and adult sleep questions in this segment of Good Night Sleep Clinic's Q&A. You can call in at (773) 897-6300 and ask Alanna your sleep question or let's get social! Pop over to www.facebook.com/goodnightsleepsite and ask your sleep question on the open thread or tweet Alanna at @GNSleepSite and she'll answer your sleep question live on-air.
Tune in at noon to hear Dr. Len Brancewicz of http://thenutritionshoppe.net discuss today's hottest health topics and new from a complimentary perspective. From colds to cancer and everything in between, Dr. Len can offer honest advice that makes sense.
As a Registered Pharmacist (RPh), Certified Clinical Nutritionist (CCN), Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine (NMD), and a homeopath, Dr. Len has over 35 years experience in helping to keep you and your family healthy and happy.
Call in today to ask about your most pressing health concerns! what's with appetite?? we discuss