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Today's show features 3 impressive guests. First, Maxine and Jeannie are joined by OCW's summer conference director, Lindy Jacobs. The excitement builds as we speak with Allen Arnold, who is preparing to give 3 keynote addresses. Allen's background includes working at Thomas Nelson Fiction and receiving ACFW's Lifetime Achievement award. Our third guest is Christy award winning author, James L. Rubart. These inspiring men will co-teach one of the 13 intensive coaching classes being offered. Don't miss this sneak preview into a writer's conference that is said to be "One of the best in the nation." Wednesday 3 pm PT. www.oregonchristianwriters.org for more information and to sign up.
Our Guest Founder of Make Them Listen Paul Arnold, host Robert Jetter, Jr. and panelists Activist Cindy Todd, Founder of Overpasses for America James Neighbors, & Constitutional scholar Kelly Mordecai, with contributor Dan Gray former columnist of the Washington Times. Call in and you stay on the line. Join our Round Table Discussion.
Bards Logic welcomes Founder of Make Them Listen https://www.facebook.com/makethemlisten.org Paul Arnold.
He will give us updates on The National Day of Protesting Against Immigration Reform, Amnesty, and Border Surge. We will also discuss the goals of Make Them Listen and its founding. If you were at a Protest call in and tell us YOUR experience.
Paul has been an activist for 5 years. He started out by creating the FB page "March on Washington Against the Illegal Alien Invasion" Then he started protesting in public and became involved in the DC March for Jobs (July 15 2013). He helped with some of the organizing by promoting it on FB and assisting with the social media. Paul attended the rally. The rally inspired him to do more for the cause so in Oct, 2013 he founded the organization Make Them Listen. He created an event page on FB to hold a massive phone call event to encourage people to call US Republican House Representatives to oppose the looming immigration reform legislation (Amnesty). The event went so well he extended the campaign indefinitely. 2 months ago he felt the need to do more so he Created another event page "National Day of Protesting Against Illegal Immigration / Amnesty & Border Surge. The idea was to create a venue where people could protest anywhere rather than have to pay travel expenses, take time off from work, to attend a rally, thus enabling more people to protest.
Bards Logic is the Grassroots, We the People Show.
Join Becca Salamone as she talks with Ed Allen of Allen's Roping Productions about his history with horses and roping in Alabama. Ed produces several ropings a year, including the USTRC Alabama Championships, set to take place July 25-27 at the Garrett Coliseum complex in Montgomery, Alabama. He shares his family's involvement in team roping and how the sport is a good outlet for equine enthusiasts of all ages, from youngsters to seniors. Listen to Ed's horse story, July 22nd, at 8:00 am CST, on Alabama Horse Talk Radio.
Kill Robin Hood - The Surprising Truth About What it Really Takes to Get Rich
You might ask yourself, "Why kill Robin Hood, isn't he one of the good guys?"
Forget everything you’ve heard about Robin Hood and open yourself up for an adventure of a lifetime as you experience this provocative and revolutionary new concept. Janine Elias unlocks the hidden power behind how the fables we grew up with influence our decisions and perceptions, and how the Robin Hood Fable is actually keeping us from having all the money we want to live life on our terms.
When you Kill Robin Hood you give yourself permission to have all the money you want to live life on your terms and declare your financial independence.
Author Janine Elias is also the founder of the Elias Relationship Academy and Awakening the Voice of America. She has dedicated her life to supporting others in developing extraordinary relationships. Her concepts and understanding of the differences between women and men, the masculine and feminine, and how to make those differences work to support and improve your relationships will forever change the way you communicate, live, love, and work together as men and women.
To learn more about Janine, Kill Robin Hood and the Elias Relationship Academy, visit her online at www.JanineElias.com and www.EliasRelationshipAcademy.com.
The Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) Program is the largest school based father engagement program in the nation with nearly 4000 schools participating.
Each week, WatchDOGS Radio host Keith Schumacher and co-host Chris Danenhauer discuss how this program is impacting families and schools across our nation and in three foreign countries.
Elgin Allen is the CEO of Association Insurance Management (AIM) of Dallas, Texas. Founded in 1989, Association Insurance Management (AIM) is a national marketing organization specializing in assisting associations to provide benefits and services to their members. Our focus is in creating quality insurance programs for educationally based non-profit associations. The program provides coverage for activities such as concession stands, car washes, t-shirt sales, fun runs, carnivals and other parent group sponsored activities.
With over 14,000 parent groups currently insured, we have developed a niche program with PTAs, PTOs, Education Foundations and Booster Clubs that is unique in the insurance industry. AIM currently maintains 54 endorsements in 40 states specializing in association-endorsed programs. These endorsements include State Parent Teacher Associations and The Texas Associations of Community Schools, which include over 700 school districts or institutional members. To this date, AIM is proud to note it has never lost an association endorsement.
AIM is proud of the relationships that have been created with each of its associations and is committed to fostering those relationships for years to come.
Please join our audience and call in with your questions and comments.
David Piper and Rusty Ryan embark on the first episode of ATQ's new podcast, Slingin' Quack. Dave and Rusty discuss the recent success of Devon Allen, and just what kind of advantage does it give Oregon Track and Field to have football players playing a crucial role on the track team? The discussion then switches to Duck Football. What can Oregon expect out of the receiving corps this upcoming season? Why are fans so down on the hire of Don Pellum as defensive coordinator?
There is so much to discuss from last week. MLB had it's mid year showcase. Lots of dicussion about the Homerun Derby. Is the process still too long? And, Derek Jeter going out the right being 2/2 at the plate. And, Tigers performance at the British Open. Rory winning three majors before 25 like Tiger and Jack.
We have a lot to talk about on Wednesday night...
Join the teamof Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen has they prepare to interview Ms. Julie Nelson from the Government Alliance on Race and Equity on Wednesday's program.
The reason this interview becomes important is the planned upcoming event: The Government Alliance on Race and Equity on Tuesday, August 5 and Wednesday August 6 on the campus of the University of Minnesota. Find out more by visiting http://www.racialequityalliance.org/program-location-schedule-and-lodging/.
Don't miss this program as we also talk about the many issues faciing the minority community that go unspoken.
Master Trevor Allen - My Soul Healing Miracle Journey to Unconditional Love
Join us each Monday evening for Master Trevor Allen's podcast on Unconditional Love - and please visit Master Trevor's blog to connect with him and to learn more about his work as a Worldwide Representative and Divine Channel for Master Sha: http://mysoulhealingjourneytouniversallove.blogspot.com.au
About Master Trevor Allen: I was born in Melbourne, Australia. A successful competitive ballroom dancer and an avid athlete, I received a Diploma of Sports Massage in 2004. My experience prior to that is varied, having worked in the hospitality and printing industry for a number of years. I have practiced tai chi for thirty years for physical and mental well-being, and have not required prescription medication for nearly forty years.
At age 16 I was given a message from the Divine to help heal Mother Earth. In 1984 I found a spiritual teacher and studied meditation, karma, reincarnation, and the middle path of Buddhism. I learned about unconditional service and chanting. I met Master Sha in 2006, six years after my teacher transitioned from the physical world. I responded immediately to his teachings and his offer to cleanse my personal karma. I cried tears of gratitude to have my personal karma leave me. I shared with others about my experience of having my personal karma cleansed, telling them that this has not been offered before and to grab the opportunity! When the student is ready, the teacher appears. I cannot thank the Divine and Master Sha enough.
Kathy Shimpock is a transpersonal practitioner. Her company, Symbols of Soul, helps clients discover and explore their own inner wisdom. They learn to interpret and understand the language of spirit, that is, those messages which show up in daily life as metaphors, symbols, images and synchronicities.
The tools she uses for transformation include: Transpersonal Hypnotherapy & Guided Imagery; Reiki and other energy work; Spiritual Guidance mentoring; depth Coaching; Storytelling; Art; Ceremony and Ritual.
Kathy came to the Holistic field by way of a career in law. In 2008, Kathy became interested in learning Hypnosis as a means of dealing with her chronic pain. Since then, she has become a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, a Reiki Master Teacher, Storyteller, Ordained Minister, and a Certified Spiritual Guidance mentor (specializing in spiritual direction through the use of spiritual practice). She also provides workshops to groups and retreat centers on spiritual topics and the use of expressive arts to assist in Psychological and Spiritual growth.
Kathy is also an Artist and an approved facilitator for Soul Collage®, a creative process for personal and spiritual growth and development, based on the work of Seena Frost. Along with her lifelong pursuit of art, she has a deep interest in transpersonal studies including self-actualization, Mythology and Jungian Psychology. Her artistic pursuits focus on the creation of custom mandalas and myths, and on spiritual art. Kathy is currently an instructor at the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts and at the Storytelling Institute at South Mountain Community College.