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You shall know a man by the fruit that he bares. You can tell a person who they are by insopecting the fruit that they display. Tonight the panel will be describing what a fruit inspector does and how you can be a fruit inspector and identify the fruit that a person bares. Enoy and God bless!
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WE ALL GET MENTALLY CHALLENGED AT TIMES., BUT WHEN WE DIP INTO THE LOW PLACES MENTALLY, COULD MY DIET BE TO BLAME? AND WHAT IF WE PAID MORE ATTENTION TO OUR CHILDREN'S DIET? COULD WE CHANGE THEIR MENTAL WELL BEING? TUNE IN.Tune in every day to hear Dr. Len Brancewicz of The Nutrition Shoppe
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look at the tremendous power that can come into our lives if we learn how to praise God in all situations.
In Psalm 50:23, we read, "The one who offers a sacrifice of thanksgiving honours Me, says the Lord, and makes a way for Me to show him My deliverance. Now what does that mean? It means that if you are in a tight spot right now, and you want God to deliver you from it, you have to make a way for God to show you that deliverance; for God to bring that deliverance. God will do the deliverance, but He cannot do that until you open a way for it and the way we open the way is by praising the Lord.
When King Jehoshaphat was surrounded by such a great multitude of enemies, he called the whole nation of Judah too seek God in fasting and prayer. That was absolutely a proper thing to do.
They prayed to God and, in their prayer, they acknowledged three things. You know what they said to God? They acknowledged their helplessness, they acknowledged their foolishness, and then they acknowledged their faith (2 Chr. 20:12). Now these are the three things we need to acknowledge too. It is easy to acknowledge our helplessness and our foolishness, to say, 'Well Lord, we have got no strength against this situation and we don't know what to do.' We can say that in all situations, but nothing happens, if you stop there. You got go on and say, 'Lord we believe that you will answer us.'
Jehoshaphat prayed, in 2 Chronicles 20:6-12. This is a pattern for prayer, something that we can learn from Jehoshaphat. Notice the seven things he prayed for. First of all, he praised God for His Sovereignty (verse 6). He said, 'Lord you are the ruler over all the kingdoms of the nations; power and might are in your hand, no one can stand against you.' You know when we pray to God, it is good to remind ourselves, first of all, of the sovereignty of God.
On this week's show, hosts Ron Bachman and Doug Field talk with special guests from HealthEngine and Colibrium.
The first guest is Jonathan Weiss, the founder and CEO of HealthEngine. Today, we’ll talk about how to turn the myth of health care consumerism into reality. Consumers need effective tools in order to be savvy health care consumers, and they need to work in partnership with their physicians since the patient/doctor relationship is sacred. HealthEngine offers such a solution. The HealthEngine Marketplace Platform – available to consumers, employers, physicians and facilities at no charge – gives consumers access to quality and pricing information for 1.2 million health care providers in the U.S. In this interview, Jonathan and the hosts discuss how to empower physicians with tools to enable consumers to access and choose high-quality care at a lower cost.
The second guest is Mark Poling, co-founder and CEO of Colibrium, a company that delivers integrated software solutions designed specifically for the health insurance industry. Historically health insurers built relationships with their brokers, depending on them to build relationships with their members. Once a member, the health insurer managed the member’s claims. Many health insurers only interact with five to 10 percent of their members beyond required regulatory communications, while potentially having the most powerful information about a person, their health and well-being. Health insurers have the data and knowledge to build deep and trusted relationships with their members, but struggle with where and how to start. In this segment, Mark and the hosts discuss the importance of knowing your consumers in today’s consumer-driven environment.
Common sense might say that you have a good chance of burning more fat in the morning, and there is some evidence to support those theories. For one, your levels of cortisol are higher in the morning, and cortisol is the hormone that helps to metabolize fat into energy. Your body wakes up a fat-burning machine, in other words. In addition, while you are asleep your body uses up the leftover carbohydrates that are still in your system, leaving you with very little except fat reserves for energy in the morning.
According to BodyBuilder.com, there have been several studies conducted that show people can burn up to 20% more fat if they work out in the morning before consuming any food. Sounds primed to go, right? Unfortunately, that’s not the whole story.
WILD HONEY ORCH: BEACH BOYS 1967-77 AUTISM BENEFIT February 13 Event Takes Place at the Alex Theatre in Glendale, With its namesake Beach Boys' 1967 LP as its inspiration, the Wild Honey Orchestra and Guest Artists will explore the Beach Boys' dazzling post-Pet Sounds work from Smiley Smile (1967) onward to 1977's underground classic The Beach Boys Love You. From the classic hits Good Vibrations, Heroes and Villains, Sail On Sailor and Surf's Up to the underdog gems from amazing records like Wild Honey, Friends, 20/20, Sunflower, Holland, and many more, over 30 songs from this incredible era will be brought to life with full orchestration in the same manner as last year's Wild Honey productions of the Beatles' White Album at the Alex. The Wild Honey Orchestra, a loose collective of LA's finest musicians, will be joined by the Bangles, Matthew Street, Susan Cowsill, and many others in a gala event that will benefit the non-profit organizations the Autism Think Tank and the Children's Music Fund.The Autism Think Tank connects world-renowned autism experts, via tele-medicine, with families suffering from the harrowing complexities of autism. The Children's Music Fund provides music therapy and musical instruments to children and young adults with chronic or life-altering illnesses and supports research on the effects of music therapy. Wild Honey founder Paul Rock's eleven-year-old son Jacob has been greatly helped by both organizations.For additional information regarding event: Contact Wild Honey Fdn at 323.255.8839
'Upfront & Straightforward' Host Alan Roger Currie leads another one of his 'Open Forum Discussion' topics, with this one asking the question, "Can a man and woman transition from engaging in a few episodes of short-term, non-monogamous 'casual' sex into becoming just 'good friends'?"
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What would be the benefits of changing and/or infusing an African Centered Education into the public schools of Philadelphia and abandoning the eurocentric pedagogy? Over 50% of the student population in Philadelphia are Afrikan scholars born in America and according to the most recent stastics found in the The Notebook, (a newspaper publication that deals with the Philadelphia public schools), "Pennsylvania is one of 20 states in which the African American graduation rate is below 66 percent, and one of 16 states in which the Latino graduation rate is below 66 percent (both are 65 percent). The gap between White and Black graduation rates and White and Latino graduation rates is, in both cases, 23 percentage points. The White graduation rate in Pennsylvania now stands at 88 percent." In the opinion of Afrikan an African Centered core curriculum is not only necessary, it is long over due.
My special guest this evening is Dr. Jalaal Hayes, a born and raised scholar of North Philadelphia who graduated high school at 15 and college at 18, (Lincoln University), and became the youngest man to earn a Ph.D from Delaware State Universuty at the age of 22. This amazing brother's doctorate is in chemistry, and instead of going for six figures he is a teacher in one of South Philadelphia's public neighborhood charter high schools. He currently has his own tutoring company. I hope you will join us as Dr. Jalaal Hayes weighs in on the state of the Philadelphia public school system from a first person Afrikan perspective.
In a time such as this, we need Black Love more than ever before. Love should be our focus EVERY DAY however, it is nice to have times set aside to expressly focus on the beauty of love that is supportive to our culture, heritage and traditions...even if it means creating new traditions of our own. It is an honor to learn, share and grow with Montsho and Nwasha, authors and founders of AKOMA DAY. We will talk about Black Love and Akoma Day and all the reasons why it is important to emphasize Black Love and the purpose and benefits of the beautiful celebration of the fullness of love that is Akoma Day.
It is time to celebrate ourselves, our values, our culture, traditions, and heritage in a way that is uplifting to ourselves. We welcome your positive and loving energy and participation.
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Whistleblowers! is brought to you in coordination with Marcel Reid and the Whistleblowers Summit, July 28,29,30, 2016 in Washington D.C.
Guest: Jonas Devurne, former Health and Human Services/ Social Services worker in Florida. Jonas will be discussing the fracturing of these systems under the Jeb Bush governorship, and the inevitable privatizing of services that Republicans are so fond of. While regaling the public with the supposed benefits of privatization, Bush nor anyone else mentioned that taxpayers would still be financing these systems only now, instead of funds going to help families or children, funds would go to friends and other special interests in a grand system of crony capitalism,.
One group who paid the price for this rigged system were the children in foster care. Funds that shoulad have gone towards helping deliquecy and dependency programs (foster care) were and are now going to private individuals for "managing" the system.
Dark money politics....the diversion of funding to special interests is done in plain sight.
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