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YOU HAVE DONE MANY GOOD THINGS FOR ME, LORD, JUST AS YOU PROMISED.
COUNTING OUR BLESSINGS, NAMING THEM ONE BY ONE, SEE WHAT THE LORD HAS DONE
PRAY WITHOUT STOPPING FOR THOSE WHO NEED THE SAVIOR, THE CHURCH, PEACE OF JERUSALEM, WIDOWS & ORPHANS,
Taylor "Gator" Phillips and Ed Smith break down the Tigers trading Ian Krol and Gabe Speier to the Atlanta Braves for Cameron Maybin, which means Rajai Davis is likely gone. We'd also like to note that the "Tigers sign Zach Greinke" article is a fake article, which means it didn't happen. The Tigers also hired Lloyd McClendon as the AAA Toledo Mud Hens manager.
We also touch on the Lions hiring Rod Wood as president, announcing their relocation on radio to 760 (am) WJR, and winning 18-13 over the Oakland Raiders at Ford Field, which pretty much ruins their chances at getting the first overall pick of the 2016 NFL Draft, which still stands to be Ole Miss Rebels junior defensive end Robert Nkemdiche.
Moving over to college football, the #9 Michigan State Spartans upset the #3 Ohio State Buckeyes 17-14 at The Horseshoe, and the Michigan Wolverines pull away with a 28-16 win over the Penn State Nittany Lions at Happy Valley.
In college basketball, the Wolverines fell flat against the Xavier Musketeers 86-70 AT HOME, while the Michigan State Spartans blast through Arkansas Pine Bluff 92-46 and took care of the Eastern Michigan Eagles 89-65.
The Pistons beat the Timberwolves 96-86 at Target Center but give one away to the Washington Wizards 97-95 at the Palace of Auburn Hills. They also got destroyed by the Milwaukee Bucks 109-88 on the road.
The Red Wings hang on in regulation to beat the Los Angeles Kings 3-2 but give up another late third-period game-tying goal and still beat the St. Louis Blues 4-3 in overtime at Scottrade Center. Plus, former Red Wing Landon Ferraro was claimed off waivers by the Boston Bruins.
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I John 2: 6 He that saith he abideth in him ought himself also so to walk, even as he walked.
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18When Jared had lived 162 years, he became the father of Enoch. 19After he became the father of Enoch, Jared LIVED 800 years and had other sons and daughters. 20Altogether, Jared LIVED a total of 962 years, and then he DIED.
21When Enoch had lived 65 years, he became the father of Methuselah. 22After he became the father of Methuselah, Enoch walked faithfully with God 300 years and had other sons and daughters. 23Altogether, Enoch lived a total of 365 years. 24Enoch WALKED FAITHFULLY WITH GOD; then HE WAS NO MORE, because God TOOK HIM AWAY.
It is said that what is measured, is what is capable of change. But everything can be measured and everything can be changed overnight. However, 65% of change efforts fail and yes, some of that is attributed to the change management process, but come on let's not put all of the accountability on the change management folks. What about the data analysis and findings that gave life to the change? Yes, data does lie. And that's because numbers can tell you what you want them to tell you. There are a lot of qualitative data that are overlooked everyday in organizations because they are easier to put into an excel sheet and present for buy-in decisions, not because they are the whole truth. During this episoce, we will discuss one area that Data is highly used, yet not necessarily in the most effective way.
In all this talk about gender equaity in the workplace, T&A tackle the deeper equality issue of approaching work and success with feminine qualities versus masculine, and how both men and women can benefit from ditching their old paradigms and finding a new way of approaching success. The girls talk with Lisa Marie Jenkins, professional coach, speaker, & author of 'WAKE UP, BEAUTY! It's Not About the Prince' on how exactly we can go about this, why it's so important and how this affects our male/female relationships.
Historically, men were protectors and providers; women were compassionate nurturers. Both sexes were playing very specific roles (11:40)
The 70’s moved women into the angry, bra burning stage which was necessary to get the ball rolling but that is NOT what feminism is about (11:51)
The year 1985 is a benchmark-that’s the year when women started earning 50% of all college degrees (12:12)
Today, we earn 60-65% of all degrees, Bachelors and Masters’ combined and we’ve been in the work force since the mid-80’s (12:16)
Can a woman be nice and competent in today’s workplace? (15:15)
Despite the higher numbers for advanced degrees, women only represent 4.7% of CEO’s in Fortune 500 companies and at major tech companies women only represent 20% of employees in all roles (18:30)
Where and how do women struggle the most in the workplace? (21:00)
What is ‘tentative speech’ and how does it hurt women? (21:52)
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Did you know that 45% of adults ages 65 and older had incomes below twice the poverty thresholds under the Supplemental Poverty Measures (SPM) in 2013, compared to 33% of older adults under the official measure. The American dream has changed dramatically--the age of retirement, home equity, social security, pensions and medicare, all remain at risk. What are your game plan during your retirement stage and is it really designed to work out as planned by the time you retire.
Learn how to create your own American Dream and start now, not later. The longer you wait, the more you risk. Take control of your own future and remove it out of the hands of others.
Join us in a discussion about retirement planning with several financial experts who have experience, wisdom and knowledge to share with you that will help guide you to making wise and healthy decisions about your retirement.
A recent study reports that simply reducing sugar for nine days reduced blood pressure, triglycerides, and cholesterol.
This holiday season have fun and enjoy family, friends and food. Just limit the sweet stuff.
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So [it shall be] that he who invokes a blessing on himself in the land shall do so by saying, May the God of truth and fidelity [the Amen] bless me; and he who takes an oath in the land shall swear by the God of truth and faithfulness to His promises [the Amen], because the former troubles are forgotten and because they are hidden from My eyes. For behold, I create new heavens and a new earth. And the former things shall not be remembered or come into mind. Isaiah 65:16-17
It's 2015 and we are "celebrating" another Veteran's Day this week. Communities all over the country are parading and honoring the Vets that are family, friends, and neighbors. Politicians around the country will no doubt spend much time telling us the importance of our Veterans and why they should be so honored. But as a society and as a government we do the opposite. Veteran's are homeless, Veteran's have to continually fight for medical and mental health ACCESS and benefits in a timely way or at all. Now that our government actually acknowledges that PTSD exists, they deny access to Cannabis as treatment and the DEA Chief says it is a joke that Cannabis is argued to have medicinal value. Why do they lie? It is one of the great tragedies of our society the way we have treated our Vets. In 2013, the United States Department of Veterans Affairs released a study that covered suicides from 1999 to 2010, which showed that roughly 22 veterans were committing suicide per day, or one every 65 minutes. America sure has a very "dull" shining light these days. Join me for this important discussion. Longtime Activist, Journalist, Coffee Party Director & Radio Host, Bobby Rodrigo brings you "I Take LIBERTY With My Coffee" on the Coffee Party USA Radio Network every Sunday Morning at 10:00 AM. Advocating engagement Bobby points out the Constitution is the Rule of Law and why it should remain so. Money in Politics, the Political Party Machine, Cannabis Prohibition and partisan blind allegiance is on full display as he advocates against the erosion of Constitutional Protections in the name of corruption & tyranny. "If we focused on following the Constitution we would solve many of the ills of our society.” Offering guests from Political Organizations, Activism, Media & Artists Bobby invites you to join him Sunday Morning at 10:00 AM on Coffee Party USA Radio.
NOVEMBER IS NATIONAL CAREGIVER AWARENESS MONTH
72% of U.S. Caregivers in Danger of Leaving Loved Ones without a Caregiver Entirely
NASHVILLE, TN — “I felt trapped. I felt despair that would hover over me for the next dozen years. This was a difficult place. I never imagined that the road would contain such suffering, loss, heartache, self-sacrifice, failure, and love,” says Peter Rosenberger.
In Hope for the Caregiver, Rosenberger describes the hell that his wife, Gracie went through – 78 operations, 60 physicians, a dozen hospitals and costs topping $9 million. He calls caregiving “One of the toughest jobs on earth.” There is a seldom-discussed seismic shift rumbling beneath the American economic and political mantle. By 2029, the youngest of the “baby boom” generation — those born between 1946 and 1964 — will reach retirement age. This group, over 76 million strong, added to those born prior to 1946, means over 90 million adults in America may soon need long-term caregivers. More than $1 trillion of wealth will be ultimately transferred from families because of the caring for these individuals.
“Make no mistake, if you love someone, you will be a caregiver. If you live long enough, you’ll need one,” says author and radio host, Peter Rosenberger, a 30-year caregiver himself. “But, here’s the real urgency: caregivers are usually family members—a massive unpaid workforce—who are in danger of burning out physically, emotionally, and fiscally before their loved ones. And with over 72% of the 65 million caregivers in the United States failing to see their own doctor, the most vulnerable among us are in jeopardy of being left without a caregiver entirely.
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