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Our SBR community is passionate about Giving and Serving others.
My guest today will share a great giving opportunity that is also developing entrepreneurship in Cambodia.
My guest is Dr. Fred Garmon, Executive Director for People for Care and Learning (PCL).
I had the pleasure of meeting Dr. Garmon some time ago at the PCL offices in Cleveland TN and was very impressed by this organization and intrigued by his passion for helping the people of Cambodia.
PCL has embarked on an ambitious campaign to build an Entire New City in Andong Cambodia. This project will create 1,500 homes, paved roads, clean water and new businesses - entrepreneurship.
We will learn about whats going in Cambodia and Fred will share his Vision for building a city in Andong and how our community can help.
Please call our show line at 213-559-8022, ask questions on Twitter at #SBRTALK and post your comments on our websites.
Fred Garmon is the International Director of People for Care and Learning.
He was born and raised in Charlotte / Kannapolis, North Carolina. He holds a PhD in Organizational Leadership from Regent University. A University level lecturer and instructor— Fred integrates over 26 years of practical ministry experience with years of academic preparation in the field of Leadership Studies.
Fred is a marathon runner and was honored as an Olympic Torch Bearer in 2002. He has been married to his wife, Shirley, since 1982. They have two daughters, and two granddaughters.
Hello everyone !
On saturday morning at 9 AM we will broadcast a episode in which we will start the Cambodia G.I.V.E Project on Skype.
We will have as guests the first Cambodian young people who will take part of this project.
If you want to join this historical event, make us know you'll be there and connect Friday at 9 AM on Skype to this account : cambodia G.I.V.E.
As you know... with RCA there is "Always an Option" For the past few weeks JC has been combing the options of Cambodia... this week JC will talk about the upsides and downsides of living and retiring in Cambodia and how it compares to living in Thailand...Join JC LIVE and learn about housing, Food, safety, Internet connections, Entertainment and so much more! Have a burning question, call in during the show and be prepared to learn your Option...
In this episode, Pastor Brian interviews Siv Ashley, a survivor of the concentration camps in Cambodia. Siv accepted Jesus Christ (called Joo-Soo in Cambodian) at a young age. Siv speaks about her incredible journey of grace from the horrors of Pol Pot's concentration camps to the glories of graduating college and starting a family. Siv also speaks of her book "Siv: Memoirs" which will be out soon. Also check out our main site at http://pastorbrianchilton.wordpress.com.
Marion Behr is an accomplished visual artist, publisher, and author, and she's on a mission to help others in quite an extraordinary fashion. Tucked inside Surviving Cancer: Our Voices & Choices, she has compiled and illustrated a collection of essays, reflections, and artwork. Sifting through the compilation, readers are immersed in a sense of hope through art and story. Marion Behr provides a remarkable illustration of the hope that prevails when survivors, organizations, care teams and others align themselves as a healing force in the cancer battle, and beyond.
This timeless source book is written, in part, by cancer survivors of different ages who provide insight into personal experiences and choices -- to ease the way for new cancer patients. Doctors’ articles are arranged to correspond with the usual order of visits experienced by most cancer patients. Personal narrations afford a view of cancer survivors' stories across the United States and Canada and as far away as Cambodia and Israel.
Marion created the first national survey of women working from home in the 1970's and after receiving thousands of responses from women, she originated the concept of the Homebased Business, as opposed to the cottage industry, and formed Women Working Home Inc. with Wendy Lazar. Together, they co-authored two editions of Women Working Home: The Homebased Business Guide and Directory, and sold fifty thousand copies.
Marion later received a Presidential Appointment to The White House Conference on Small Business and her presentations to the US Labor Department and Senate helped to change laws on home based businesses.
Cancer affects all of us. Whether you've fought the battle or loved someone through it, the journey is personal and profound. Join us to hear what it takes to organize a collaboration across the world, all for the sake of helping others more deeply understand survivors' voices and choices.
Environmental Awareness: Plastic Pollution in Australia with Elizabeth Beaumont
Elizabeth has worked as a Liver Intensive Care Nurse and has returned to her studies, this time in the area of Sustainability at University of Sunshine Coast, Queensland Australia. During a merging of two assignments that concerned water extraction for the bottled water industry and the ingestment of plastics by sea mammals and birds she decided to approach the senior management of the university and make formal presentations to phase out and subsequently ban the sale of water housed in Polyethylene terephthalate at the University. She was successful making her uni the 1st in Queensland and only the 2nd in Australia to ban the sale of water in P.E .T. This will result in a massive reduction of carbon emissions. The university has installed 3 ProAcqua machines the greatest innovation of water vends that ever have been invented. In 2014 she travelled to Cambodia with the University and was asked by the Minister of Tourism to advise on plastic pollution there. Her work to communicate the dangers of this issue has been enhanced by her steady efforts to connect with other interested people including, experts in the broad field of plastic pollution. She actively picks up plastic pollution and volunteers for the Two Hand Project and applauds anyone who picks up plastics. She has for 30 years actively practiced Nichiren Buddhism. Together with her family, Elizabeth enjoys life on a Land for Wildlife property where marsupials, birds and aquatic life live freely in the Hinterland of South East Queensland.
To contact Elizabeth email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Today on Illuminati Exposed Radio, hosts Kimberly Clausen and Matthew Letter will be continuing the introduction into the history of the CIA, covering their crimes from the 1960s onwards. This continuing saga will cover the whole of the history of the CIA prior to entering into the details of each operation in future episodes.
Changing Minds Online Presents...1st Sunday Superstars!
These are people that changed their lives around for the better and became true inspirations!
The Sunday Superstar for October is Dr. Emad Rahim. He is the Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Oklahoma State University. Dr. Rahim was born in a concentration camp in the Killing Fields of Cambodia. He arrived to the United States with his family as a refugee living in Brooklyn New York and was raised in Syracuse NY. After struggling with street violence, gangs, drugs, poverty, family abuse and dyslexia as an adolescent, he found his way through higher education to become an award-winning educator, entrepreneur, author, businessman and community leader.
We are excited to have Dr. Rahim share his story with us this Sunday, 10/5 at 9pm EST / 8pm CST. Call in at (949) 203-4763 and hear this wonderful story. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/changingmindsonline/2014/10/06/1st-sunday-superstars--dr-emad-rahim
Join us on the Golden Hope as we talk with author Emeka He has written the Miracle Trilogy...a 3 book series on the Law of Attraction. His latest book, Mandi's mracle has just been released. Find out how this very basic anc very powerful law can work for you.
During the second hour, meet a missionary from the Uniterd States, now serving in Cambodia.
Well family, the day has finally arrived. In honor of celebrating being "your premier platform in inspirational lifestyle talk radio" for the past 3 years, IN LIFE NOW RADIO is kick off our city wide promotional tour!
First stop, Harmony Brewing Company located at 1551 Lake Drive in Grand Rapids, MI. A neighborhood brew-pub for Eastown. A comfortable place where conversation is the primary entertainment. Offering our own beers, as well as a full bar. Our menu consists of wood fired pizzas that will knock your socks off! Cheers!
Coach TMB is honored to have the support and backing from Team Harmony! We will have an opportunity to listen and learn from the brewery owners, which is a family affair of two brothers and a sister who are absolutely phenomenal trend setting people.
Then we will have a opportunity to listen and learn from the Executive Directors of Wide Open Wings who will be at Harmony hosting a fundraiser for work they're doing in Cambodia. Join us Sunday to give your support! Harmony Brewing will be donating a $1 a pint all day--there will be a 50/50 raffle and they will also be accepting donations of gently used children's clothing on behalf of Wide Open Wings!
Make sure you are TUNED IN while WE are LIVE soYOU can get in on the FREE GIVEAWAYS and find out how you can be a HARMONY "GROWLER!"
Wednesday September 10th at 9pm est, 8pm cst and 6pm pdt, we are excited to be resume our monster fish series and we will be discussing some monster catfish ! Some catfish are rare and endangered, such as the Mekong giant catfish ! The world’s largest scaleless freshwater fish lives a tenuous existence in the murky brown waters of Southeast Asia’s Mekong River. Capable of reaching an almost mythical 10 feet (3 meters) in length and 650 pounds (295 kilograms), Mekong giant catfish live mainly in the lower half of the Mekong River system, in Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam.
in Self Help
Pam Cope shares the journey that led her to rescuing and advocating for exploited children.
After experiencing the tragic loss of her teenage son Jantsen, Pam Cope shares the story of her healing journey that led her to a life of rescuing and advocating for exploited children in Vietnam, Cambodia and Ghana. She will share some of the heart touching stories of the children who were rescued from slavery in the fishing communities along Ghana’s Lake Volta and how they are using therapeutic art programs to bring healing and hope to the children in their care. She will share how we can all be a part of creating positive change in this world through awareness and advocacy.
Pam Cope and her husband Randy are co-founder’s of the Touch A Life Foundation, a non-profit organization based in Dallas, TX, devoted to rescuing and advocating for exploited children. The Foundation has initially focused its work in three countries – Vietnam, Cambodia, and Ghana. Touch A Life has successfully rescued 93 children from slavery in the fishing communities along Ghana’s Lake Volta. The most exciting new development is the completed care facility in Kumasi, Ghana. The new center offers therapeutic art programs and is currently a home for 50 children. Pam is the author of Jantsen’s Gift, with co-author Aimee Molloy, a memoir of Pam’s life and the work of the Foundation. Jantsen’s Gift has been published in three foreign markets, Italy, China and Turkey. http://www.touchalifekids.org
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