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Doreen and Mashu are traveling, so this is a recording tonight.
Doreen Bennett Ngati Tuwharetoa, Ngati Raukawa, Te Arawa and Te Wainuiarua. My life’s work is reflected my belief to restore traditional values, beliefs and practices as the basis for our Maori families to forward in today’s world. My career objective is to add value to Indigenous people through sharing knowledge and experiences. This has been an active part of my work since 2011 establishing a Cherokee and Maori network, international cultural exchanges for your youth and education programs.
Naku tou rourou, Nau toku rourou, ka ora ai te iwi (with your basket and my basket our peoples will strive)
Mashu White Feather of the Chickamauga, Ani Gaduwa Tsalagi (Cherokee) and also Osage. We are Ani Tsisqua (Bird Clan), one of the seven clans that make up the Tsalagi (Cherokee) tribe. I am a retired healthcare professional and have also worked Indigenous education, in the state of Wisconsin, with Baraboo school district and also as Indigenous American Student Advisor at Madison Area Technical College. I also have been lecturing on our people and culture , internationally, for about 45 years.
Doreen and Mashu are Indigenous Consultants for Two Feathers International.
Part 5 Faith: Step Forward In Your Crowned Beauty
Is your days planned, predictable and unwavering? Join Tracy as she shares from her book Building Esther: 5 Ways to Build Your Own Crown. Create a plan but also allow God space to "mess up" your perfect plan for His.
Here are a few things we will discuss: Queen Esther's story is truly taking opportunity and turning it into hope. She was whisked away to be part of the Kings bride-tribe. From here God unfolded his plan into Ester's life; to save His people. Esther became queen and opportunity of courageous hope to save Gods people was born.
With combined courage and planning Queen Esther won the day by listening to God's plan and not compromising her integrity in the midst of it all. Here are a few take-a-way's:
Combine courage and planning.
Concern yourself over others than yourself.
Serving God often puts your safety at risk.
God has a purpose for the situations he places you in.
Courage is vital, but does not replace careful planning.
Respect what is good and stand humbly against what is wrong. God is in control of your world, no matter how small, large or influence; God is your protector.
"The opportunities we have are more important than the ones we wish we for." ~ Tracy Worley
Look UP and OUT my Friends!
We are still on the journey of growth and development with our guiding light Rabbi Jeremiah Ben Yisrael taking us through the esoteric teachings of the sacred books so we can find ourselves as a people again. We find while going through this life of ours as we grow we contract things as well as give up things that we shouldn't have. Think not that this is in reference to mere material things! Let us find what we really need to become who we are as an individual, as a man or woman, as a contributing member of our tribe and a functional part of our nation. Take back who you are and get rid of the disease of what you are not.
in The Bible
(Beforetime in Israel, when a man went to enquire of YHWH, thus he spake, Come, and let us go to the seer: for he that is now called a Prophet was beforetime called a Seer.) I SAM 9:9
For when David was up in the morning, the word of the YHWH came unto the prophet Gad, David's seer, saying, 2 SAM 24:11
Yet the YHWH testified against Israel, and against Judah, by all the prophets, and by all the seers, saying, Turn ye from your evil ways, and keep my commandments and my statutes, according to all the law which I commanded your fathers, and which I sent to you by my servants the seers. 2 KI 17:13
Eddie Lanier was born in New Jersey, home to funk giants Parliament-Funkadelic and Kool N The Gang, but it was Sly & The Family Stone that turned me out and made me a funkateer for life. Bought my first guitar after hearing Sex Machine. Played guitar with a high school rock band that did a few SATFS songs. Later played in the back-up band for some singers in an organization run by Martha Taylor (wife of Richard Taylor singer with The Manhattans). Many of those musicians went on to work with Kool N The Gang.
Maintained my love for SATFS and all related music throughout all these years. Throughout those years, I met and became friends with many of the original Family Stoners. For the last ten years or so, I frequently hook up with them mostly at the east coast shows.
These days, I run the Sly & The Family Stone FB page which now has over 5000 members as well as the current Family Stone FB page.
I am associate producer for the upcoming Sly & The Family Stone Convention in Oakland.
Keeping the legacy of Sly & The Family Stone legacy alive...forever!
in The Bible
But if thou shalt indeed obey his voice, and do all that I speak; then I will be an enemy unto thine enemies, and an adversary unto thine adversaries. Exodus 23:22
Though I walk in the midst of trouble, thou wilt revive me: thou shalt stretch forth thine hand against the wrath of mine enemies, and thy right hand shall save me. Psalms 138:7
When a man's ways please the YHWH, he maketh even his enemies to be at peace with him. Prov 16:7
Gunshot survivor, Gwen Chesnut, joins The Woman at the Well, Beverly Black Johnson, to discuss her forthcoming memoirs on how she survived multiple vicious attacks and car accidents that sought to leave her for dead.
On tonight's show we review the results of Week 12 in CAA Football and announce our top performers from each CAA team. We'll also make our picks for CAA Offensive, Defensive, and Special Teams Player of the Week. Aaron and Brian gaze into the crystal ball to make predictions for Week 13 and break down our CAA Football Game of the Week, the Richmond Spiders at William & Mary Tribe. Guests can call in at (347) 989-8515 to talk about CAA football and any other CAA sports that pique your interest.
Carol Taylor of the Boulder History Museum joins Duane Duggan to discuss the Chief Niwot exhibit. To commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the tragic massacre at Sand Creek, Colorado, the Boulder History Museum is re-introducing the award-winning exhibition, Chief Niwot~Legend & Legacy, with new content and artifacts previously not on display.
Chief Niwot struggled to find peace during the most fateful years in Southern Arapaho history. His life and legacy are revealed in this exhibit along with the Arapahos’ place in Boulder’s history.
The Boulder History Museum is excited to present the powerful story Chief Niwot, one of the most notable Indians of the plains, a man about whom legends were made. Niwot’s story is one of honor and deceit, hope and despair. When hoards of white men began migrating to the central plains in the mid-nineteenth century, they moved into the land that was home to the Arapaho and Cheyenne Indians. In 1858, the Arapaho Chief Niwot (translated in English as Left Hand) astonished the early gold-seekers in Colorado by greeting them in their own language. He and his tribe hoped to make peace with the newcomers to allow the two cultures to share the same land and coexist peacefully. Niwot devoted his life to this struggle but his efforts ultimately failed. He was mortally wounded at the Sand Creek Massacre in 1864. This exhibit is the first to reveal the story of Chief Niwot and the complexity his struggle to find peace during the most fateful years in the history of the Southern Arapaho Indians.
and between friends. Our community will be strengthened by exploring a pivotal piece of regional history in its rightful context.
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