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The ACTS Church International is a nondenominational place of worship where Authentic Christians Transform Self (ACTS) through the Word. Join us in your pjs, in your car, on the beach, in the mountains or wherever you may be. Worship service give you a chance to join us from around the globe as our pastor, Dr. Veronica Walters (Dr. V) breaks down the word in real and applicable ways. No judgment! Just Word!
Jesse interviews Harold Grandstaff Moses – who focuses on music healing through heart centered communication. He is a composer, musician, inventor, scientist, and vibrational theorist. Harold uses harmonic engineering to produce an auditory experience with overtones, encouraging an instantaneous relaxation response. This creates highly modified states of consciousness which include feeling more centered, relaxed, creative, content and connected. He is the director of the Institute of Harmonic Science, which does research on the vibrational stimulation of humans and materials. Harold’s work with the Institute has found that particular harmonic overtones influence the parasympathetic nervous system while modifying the conscious state. This has resulted in things such as a lowering of blood pressure, slowing of breath, calming of the mind, synchronized heart-mind response, and an expanding sense of “awareness”. We will be looking at Harold’s work in music healing through heart centered communication. You can learn more about his work at: www.hgmoses.com
Welcome to the radio ministry of Bethel Life International Fellowship and B.L.I.F. Network . Thank you for joining us on this special night for our live broadcast of "Lets Talk About Jesus". Your hosts and panelists are Bishops David and Melveeta Harewood, first and second Presiding Bishops of Bethel Life International Fellowship, headquartered in Austin, Quebec and Elder Barbara Royer, Minister of Communications at Bethel Life Centre in South Bolton, Quebec, Canada. Tonight we will also be joined by Sis. Debbie Weston of Brooklyn, NY, a student of Bethel Life School of Biblical Studies.
We continue our study in the 6th chapter of the Book of Acts, reading verses 7 through 15. As we continue to study the rise of administrative problems in the Church which led to the appointment of the first Deacons, we will examine Stephen the Deacon, a model man and first martyr of the church.
Our mandate at BLIF Network is to discuss that which is relevent to the Body of Christ and our Christian walk.
If you have any questions or comments about this or any of our other broadcasts. Please send them to: email@example.com. You will receive a response. God bless you.
in Pop Culture
Writer/Critic Bennet Pomerantz discusses anything and everything with media guests on the Betty Award winning ANYTHING GOES...
A few months, I had an appearance on Dellani Oakes Blog Talk radio show with my guest this evening. I enjoyed Mark David's style and invited him to sit in the ANYTHING GOES hot seat
Mark David Gerson is the award-winning author of the popular Q'ntana Trilogy of visionary fantasy novels (The MoonQuest, The StarQuest, The SunQuest), of four critically books on writing and of two memoirs, Acts of Surrender: A Writer’s Memoir and Dialogues with the Divine: Encounters with My Wisest Self. His newest book for writers, Birthing Your Book…Even If You Don’t Know What It’s About, will be released next month (October). As well, Mark David's screenplay adaptations of his Q'ntana novels are on their way to movie theaters as a trio of epic feature films, and he is currently working on a trio of stage musical adaptations of the fantasy trilogy. As a creativity catalyst and workshop facilitator, Mark David has guided writers and non-writers alike to connect with their innate wisdom, open to their creative power and express themselves with ease. He is also a popular speaker on topics related to creativity and spirituality, as well as an accomplished artist and photographer.
I greet you in the matchless name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. It gives me much joy to write this to you at such a time as this. I believe we are in the hour of great power in the church of Jesus Christ. God is moving by his spirit like never before and we are about to experience one of greatest breakthroughs in the history of the church. The Lord has spoken unto me, his servant the Prophet that we will be a part of one of the greatest revivals since the day of the Pentecost in (Acts 2:38-47). Tune in and be blessed by this anointed broadcast. Your breakthrough has come.
Yours, In Christ
Prophet Rodney Garnett Sr.
Interlaced in singer-songwriter Jesse Macht’s catchy melodies are an abundance of stories overflowing with passion, vulnerability, empathy and honesty. Much like legendary songwriters before him such as Tom Petty and Neil Young, and modern day influences like Dan Wilson and Jon Brion, Jesse has proven his aptitude for storytelling. His music has been placed in many television shows and networks, as well as commercials, including The Voice, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Giuliana and Bill, Nickelodeon, Cymbalta and the MTV/E! cable catalogue. He’s also had numerous original songs placed in independent films such as James Franco’s "Good Time Max."
Jesse has followed a path similar to his family of entertainers (his brother is actor Gabriel Macht, currently starring in USA’s "Suits," and father is veteran actor Stephen Macht). He has worked hard to make a musical home for himself (both as a solo artist and with his old band Burn Down the Mission) within L.A.’s well-known songwriter community with regular appearances at the Hotel Café, Room 5 and WitZend. Jesse Macht connects with his audience through reflective, conversational lyrics. While his words are dynamic and unapologetically truthful at times, he leaves room for his audience to contribute to the dialogue by using their own experiences. The new album, expected to come out in the fall of 2014, follows Jesse’s 2012 debut solo release Acts of Providence. With it, he hopes to continue to inspire his audience and encourage them to be vulnerable.
For more information, please visit his official website here: http://www.jessemachtmusic.com/ and follow him on Twitter at jessemachtmusic
Discover • Manifest • Transform!
How do you express self-compassion? During today's episode we will discuss the importance of self-compassion, especially as we are in process of transformation and expanded enlightenment.
Buddhism teaches that to realize enlightenment, a person must develop two qualities: wisdom and compassion. It is said that to generate genuine compassion, one needs to first realize that one's self is suffering, that an end to this suffering is possible, and that other beings similarly want to be free from suffering.
We will explore this perspective and other perspectives regarding the practice of self-compassion.
Rob and I will share our experiences of practicing self-compassion and invite you to call in and share your personal experience as well; you never know whose heart you will touch with your story. We love to hear from you!
Together WE create the Shift!
in Self Help
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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Tina Gilbertson, mental health counselor and author of Constructive Wallowing: How to Beat Bad Feelings by Letting Yourself have Them will be joining us. Tina teaches readers how to accept and feel their feelings with self-compassion for greater emotional health.
Have you been told 'just be happy' or 'get over it' and you just can't? Are you stuck and having trouble getting going or thinking a different way? Perhaps everyone around you is just telling you what to do and you just don't feel like it? Help is on the way. It is time to go through and experience your feelings, not deny them, not put them away until another time and not stuff them into a dark place for safe keeping. Your health depends on what you do with how you feel and who you are; not just your mental health but also your physical health.
For more information visit www.tinagilbertson.com
In August of 2003, Donna Visocky was attending a Compassionate Friends meeting when a woman came up to her after the meeting and said “Your daughter was standing behind you all night long and she is a beautiful girl.” And so began a journey that really started with the death of Donna’s 21 year-old daughter Kristi in a car accident just two months earlier.
It took a month for Donna to get up the nerve to make an appointment with the “Angel Reader” but go she did, driven by an agonizing desire to reconnect with her daughter. Not only did Debra Becker, this very special Angel Reader, help her connect with Kristi, but she also introduced Donna to the angels and an entire new dimension of spirituality.
Donna recalls, “Kristi was an incredibly beautiful soul, filled with compassion and concern for those less fortunate. From the time she was a small child she stood up for the underdog and often riled against the injustices in this world. Oh, how that child loved to argue. It was Kristi who brought me here, to this place in my life; who opened the windows of my mind to the wonders and blessings of the universe and the realization that this is just a small blip in the journey of our souls.”