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On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review four new films. First, we'll review the new teen film based on the Lois Lowry book The Giver. Then we'll look at the new comedy Let's Be Cops. That's followed by Aubrey Plaza's latest effort Life After Beth. And we'll finish with Frank.
Ceddy J chops it up with humanitarian, Jamie Berry as she gears people up for her motivational event, "The Journey to My Destiny: Leaving FEAR Behind. "The Journey to My Destiny: Leaving FEAR Behind" will provide our local community with a platform that will include intimate breakout sessions, hand-on exercises designed to enhance learning, and personal breakthrough for each woman. Whether women are working at home, professionally, in the wider community or all of the above; women today face unique challenges as they seek to faithfully navigate the complexity of their calling. Feel free to call-in live via 347-202-0389. Purchase your tickets to this event set for Tuesday, December 1st in Grand Prairie at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-journey-to-my-destiny-leaving-fear-behind-tickets-19485695239
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Each week we talk about ways to live a more peaceful and successful life. This week is no different. As the US prepares to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday we decided to take a look at how the holidays create unnecessary stress that really become overwhelming to many people. For a holiday with a name that actually tells you to give thanks, so many people really forget to do just that.
Sit back and listen in as we talk about Thanksgiving from a standpoint of getting through the holidays with gratitude and love in your heart rather than stress and acid indigestion!
As always thanks so much for listening!
It's our third annual Grateful Bounty. We're serving up a scrumptious harvest of music to celebrate the season. Listener requests are in the mix. Side orders of inspiration and pop culture commentary.
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Noted author, Dr. James W. Goll, reveals in his most transparent book yet, his incredible journey through three bouts with cancer, the death of his beloved spouse, becoming a single parent, overwhelming debt, intense sorrow, being left with many profound questions—all while being exposed to public scrutiny as he carried on a global ministry.
“Here I was, the guy who used to write books that would explain three hundred Scripture verses, and I could not figure out what to do in the short term, let alone the long term. I had lost so much−so many relationships and ministry connections, so much income, even so much sleep−I could hardly keep track of what day of the week it was. It did not take me long to recognize the fact that, before all of this happened, I used to take too much for granted, such as my health and basic contentment. But that realization was not very useful in the present moment when it came to getting through one day after another, and especially through the nights. (The nights were the worst.)
In Finding Hope: Rediscovering Life After Tragedy readers will learn practical steps for how to:
· Continue to walk with God through pain and devastation
· Allow God to transform tragedy into triumph as he mends your broken heart
· Put on the whole armor of God and let His Word be your road map
· Maintain your faith that God is good no matter what come
· Tell your heart to sing again· Never, never, never give up
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Show Content: Have you ever gone through, or watched someone go through one challenge after another, yet still be caring and supportive of others while coping with their own personal challenges? What gives someone the physical & emotional strength to keep going when the solutions to their problems take a long time? Guest Lawrence Hester answers these & other questions while sharing compelling stories from his life’s journey. Join us for an hour of uplift & encouragement! Host’s Bio: Linda Stephens-Jones, CCLC, ACC, provides Christian life coaching to individuals & small groups live or via teleconference & Skype across the U.S. & globally. She specializes in helping women to overcome & effectively manage major life challenges. Her clients discover their strengths & spiritual gifts, gain clarity & start focusing on what matters most to them. Guest Bio: Mr. Lawrence ‘Larry’ Hester, a native North Carolinian & his wife Carrie, reside in Springfield, VA. From 1989 to the present, he has faithfully served as Chairman of the Deacon/Deaconess Ministry at Antioch Baptist Church, Fairfax Station, VA. He is an Army veteran with over 21 years of honorable service in the Air Defense Artillery Branch, which included a tour in Vietnam (71-72.) He taught mathematics in Fairfax County Public Schools and was also a well-known entrepreneur, selling sports memorabilia through his ShortStop Baseball Card Shop at the Springfield & Potomac Mills Malls from 1991–2008. Larry’s walks through life challenges have been witnessed by many & left many inspired!!
Are you trying to get through your day, but can't wait till your weekend has started? Well, come allow the Fast Life Crew to get you through your day. This week we are giving thanks, as we continue to keep you empowered, enriched, encouraged, and of course we don't want you to cuss out your boss. Come have brunch with us, and add some laughter to your day.
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Thomas Jefferson and the founding fathers intended a strict separation of church and state, right? He would have been very upset to find out about a child praying in a public school or a government building used for religious purposes, correct? Actually, the history on this has been very distorted. While Jefferson may seem to be the Patron Saint of the ACLU, his words and actions showed that he would totally disagree with the idea of driving God out of the public square. Doubting Thomas documents that. . . * Jefferson said that our rights come from God. God-given rights are non-negotiables. * At the time that he wrote the Declaration of Independence and the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom---major contributions to human and religious rights?Jefferson served diligently as a vestryman (like an elder and a deacon rolled into one) for the Episcopal Church. * In 1777, he wrote up the charter for the Calvinistical Reformed Church in his town with an evangelical preacher, the Rev. Charles Clay--with whom he had a lifelong friendship. Jefferson was the biggest single contributor to this fledgling congregation. * Jefferson had nothing but the highest praise for Jesus’ teaching, which he studied religiously (even in the original Greek), in order to pattern his life after that which he called “the most sublime and benevolent code of morals which has ever been offered to man.” * As president, he attended church on a regular basis at the US Capitol building, even sometimes recommending preachers to fill that pulpit. * He had many positive relationships with orthodox clergymen and active lay Christians. * He actively supported Christian causes, financially, in ways that would put the average Christian to shame.