• 02:30

    JEAN CLAUDE HABIMANA : KUGARUKA KWA KRISTO YESU N'IBIHANO KUBAMUGOMEYE

    in Politics Progressive

    HOST: JEAN CLAUDE HABIMANA


    TOPIC: KUGARUKA KWA KRISTO YESU N'IBIHANO KUBAMUGOMEYE  


    MATAYO 24&25

  • 01:30

    PASTOR JEAN CLAUDE KALINIJABO

    in Politics Progressive

    HOST: PASTOR JEAN CLAUDE KALINIJABO
     
    TOPIC : Twebwe abari bariho urubanza no guciribwaho iteka, ubuntu bwaradusanze twitwa abana b’Imana.
    Urugero: Mefibosheti mwene Yonatani agirirwa ineza idasanzwe n’Umwami (2 Samweli 9 : 1- 13)
     
    Andikira radioitahuka@gmail.com
     
    Facebook/ijwi ry'ihuriro nyarwanda
     
    347 945 6449
     
    www.radioitahuka.org

  • 02:36

    Jean Claude Habimana : Ubutumwa bugenewe Madame Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza

    in Politics Progressive


    HOST : Jean Claude Habimana 


    TOPIC: UBUTUMWA BUGENIWE VICTOIRE INGABIRE UMUHOZA


    Umukozi w'Imana Jean Claude Habimana afitiye Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza ubutumwa, Victoire yakatiwe imyaka 15 yigifungo n'ubucamanza bwa Leta ya Paul Kagame


    Ubwo butumwa turabusanga mugitabo cy'Imana Yesaya 43:1-28 no muri Luka 4:1-21


    Imana idufashe kandi itabare u Rwanda 


    Radio Itahuka 


     

  • 01:05

    Topically Yours - Jean Claude Baker

    in Entertainment

    Host Deardra Shuler talks to the 13th son of Josephine Baker or at least that is how Ms. Baker referred to Jean Claude after meeting him in a Paris hotel in 1957. Josephine embraced the then 14-year-old bell hop as part of her rainbow tribe of adopted children, never officially adopting him. Jean-Claude wrote a book about their relationship. Via Josephine Baker, "The Hungry Heart", a candid tell-all book, Mr. Baker and Chris Chase give an inside look into the complex and strong-willed diva's life. A restauranteur, Jean-Claude Baker is the owner of Chez Josephine, located at 9th Avenue and West 42nd Street in Manhattan where he honors the memory of his mother and serves up delicious French cuisine. He's a former model, nightclub owner, recording artist, and award-winning television producer. Josephine Baker was an American-born French dancer, singer, actress, civil rights activist and spy for the French Resistance during World War II. She was later awarded the French Croix de Guerre and the Medal of the French Resistance with Rosette. President Charles de Gaulle named her Chevalier of the Legion of Honor.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ggb_wGTvZoU
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHnOfKwAga0

  • 03:08

    2014 IDUSIGIYE IKI, 2015 ITUZANIYE IKI MU BURYO BW'UKWEMERA ?

    in Politics Progressive

    HOST: Jean Claude Habimana


    TOPIC: 2014 IDUSIGIYE IKI, 2015 ITUZANIYE IKI MU BURYO BW'UKWEMERA ?

  • 02:59

    JEAN CLAUDE HABIMANA:IGIHE CY'IMANA

    in Politics Progressive

    HOST: JEAN CLAUDE HABIMANA
    TOPIC: IGIHE CY'IMANA
     
    GALATIANS 4
    Andikira radioitahuka@gmail.com cyangwa uduhamagara 001 347 945 6449
    kurikira kuri facebook/ijwi ry'ihuriro nyarwanda
    www.radioitahuka.org

  • 00:19

    Author Dr. Jean Farish on Write Now Radio!

    in Writing

    2pm ET / 1pm CT / 12pm MT / 11am PT


    (Outside US: Dial 00 + 1 + 714-464-4891)


    Viki Winterton interviews Dr. Jean Farish!


    Dr. Jean Farish is an award winner of the global 2014 Transformational Author Writing Contest, freelance inspirational writer and guest writer for Xlibris Publishing, and author of The Long Journey Home.  


    Her book is a true story inspired by a welcomed life-changing journey for six months in the Pearl of the Orient (Penang, Malaysia), and the voice of the human condition and quiet desperation to find our way back home. Connecting to the hearts of readers who find themselves unfulfilled, disconnected from their higher self, and questioning their true purpose, her book is the lighted path that will lead them home.


    The Long Journey Home and noted accomplishments in higher education endeared her calling to ‘promote conscious living’ and to ‘educate for purposeful living’ with a shift in her paradigm of service from the classroom to the global community. Founder and Director of PROJECT PEP (Personal Enhancement Project), humanitarian projects sponsored by Dialogue Institute founded by the Turkish American community, she embodies altruistic service with the signature project, “PEP for Angels”, for children hospitalized with cancer. 


     

  • 01:00

    The SEARCHER's ROAD MAP with Guest Ellen Winner

    in Spirituality

    THE SEARCHER'S ROAD MAP


    Todays subject of Conversation today is “Emotions: Your Fast-track to Enlightenment.” There will be a guided meditation with drumming.


    Shamanic practitioner since 1984


    Lives in Boulder Colorado


    Recently retired from career as a patent attorney specializing in biotechnology.


    Is a Certified Shamanic Counselor® (Shamanic counseling is a method for teaching clients to access their own spirit guidance to meet life challenges.)


    Is also an Accredited Practitioner of The Journey (using spiritual techniques of forgiveness and emotional release) through The Journey, a healing organization of Brandon Bays.


    Experienced in shamanic healing techniques including extraction, soul retrieval, power animal retrieval, divination, depossession, death and dying, spiritual clearing of homes, and other spaces.


    Training:


    2 year training with Brandon Bays’s The Journey, in emotional drop-through techniques.


    Extensive study with Michael Harner’s Foundation for Shamanic Studies. Graduate of Foundation Three-Year Program, and Two Week Intensive, now serving as Guest Faculty for the Foundation for Shamanic Studies.


    Trained with shamanic teachers, Sandra Ingerman, Claude and Noelle Poncelet, Tom Cowan, Bradford Keeney, and others, in the US.


    Apprenticed in Nepal with Tamang shaman Maile Lama, and Rai shamans Jebi Bhandari and Mohan Rai


    Ellen Winner (O’Laughlin)


    Boulder, CO 80305


    720-635-7212


    www.worldshaman.org


    EMAIL: SEARCHERSROADMAP@GMAIL.COM 

  • 00:36

    Community Connections, a new doula Cat LaPlante; children's poverty data

    in Health

    poems, words to inspire and the enthusiasm of new doula Cat LaPlante.  We frame a quick dialogue with resources from the Annie E. Casey Foundation on children's poverty and the deep hope of peace from Jean Shinola Bolen.

  • 00:56

    Interview with singer/songwriter Natalie Jean on "Ryan's Korner"

    in Music

    Join us for an hour long interview with singer/songwriter Natalie Jean.

  • 02:13

    Jean Paul: Inama ya AU Addis Ababa muri Ethiopia; Umutekano muri Afrika,FDLR etc

    in Politics Progressive

    Jean Paul: Inama ya AU Addis Ababa muri Ethiopia; Umutekano muri Afrika,FDLR etc

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