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    and now for something completely different LUCKY EPISODE 13

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    KAB Family enterprises show And now for something completely different episode 13- MARCH MADNESS AND THE DRIVE FOR 1,000 LIKES!
     

  • 00:33

    Guest Preacher Founder of Now Faith Ministry, Pastor Quincy Carr

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    Welcome to The LIGHT!!!!  Pastor Quincy Carr, Founder of Now Faith Ministry is today's guest Preacher.  Pastor Quincy will share with us a powerful word and teaching from the Word of God.  You are sure to be BLESSED as this mighty Man of God brings forth the Word!!!!  Get your Bibles, pen and paper ready!!!!  Thanks for joining us!!!  God Bless You!!

  • 00:20

    Author MichelJoy DelRe on Write Now Radio!

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    Viki Winterton interviews MichelJoy DelRe! 


    MichelJoy is a highly trusted architect of change. She weaves ancient wisdom into coaching emerging leaders, bringing about a change in mindset and a change in heart. With humor, keen modern awareness, and a deep empathic spirituality, MichelJoy leads each person on an enlightening, emotionally affecting transition into a new consciousness of sustainability and wealth.


    MichelJoy is the President/CSO of New Century Productions, Inc., Orange County’s featured leadership consulting and coaching company, celebrating 20 years of services to CEOs becoming award-winning business leaders. She is an International Leadership Coach, Transformational Business Consultant, Licensed Minister, Intuitive, Author and Speaker.


     


     

  • 00:27

    Now What; The Journey Begins

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    In this broadcast I am going to give you, Facts and tips about manifesting that can help you right now. It is about manifesting the life you wish and leaving behind the things you dont. I am broadcasting from Jerusalem where my journey has taken me. My procrastination is over for now, but I always have to be on alert. You can join me on this journey by following this broadcast so that you can be including on our upcoming town hall meeting on 4/20/15. I am going to reveal a few hard lessons that I am overcoming, and a lot of words of wisdom that I am picking up along this road to self recovery. Recovering the self that I always knew  I had. 


    Another important element of leaving procrastination behind is to find a place where everybody supports your desire to get over it. That is what we are to do, build a community of amazing people who are ready to do whatever it takes, and say whatever it takes, in order to get over the limiting believes that  have held us back for years.

  • 00:29

    Author Chong Kee Tan on Write Now Radio!

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    Viki Winterton interviews Chong Kee Tan! 


    Chong Kee Tan has been an activist for 20 years, working in the area of Asian democracy, press freedom, censorship, and — after coming to the United States — in the area of equal rights and sustainability. 


    After the 2008 financial crisis, he began studying our financial and monetary systems, and quickly came to realize that these systems are the root causes of the most pressing problems facing the world today. He started Bay Bucks as a TransitionSF project in hopes of reversing the rising trends of inequality and making the SF Bay Area more resilient. 


    Chong Kee received his BA (Hons) in Computer Science from Cambridge University and his PhD in Chinese Literature from Stanford University.


     

  • 00:19

    and now for something completely different

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    This episode of now for something completely different will be dedicatd to the hypocrisy of Mark Levin and Rightspeak.  Don't be conned by the cons!

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    And Now For Something Different Episode 12

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    Episode 12- KAB Family Enterprises events and news, politics, sports, humor and life tune in

  • 00:18

    Author Dr. Moses Simuyemba on Write Now Radio!

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    Viki Winterton interviews Dr. Moses Simuyemba! 


    In the POWER PRINCIPLES series of books, Dr. Moses Simuyemba, "Africa's Success Coach," shares his knowledge, experience and insight to help you in overcoming your personal challenges and limitations and inspire you towards the life you desire and deserve: a life of greater purpose, free of fear and full of abundance.


     

  • 00:28

    3 Ways You can Be an Effective Philosopher Now

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    Jason shares a few things he as learned (of course), including some elementary marketing that he rarely uses and explains the difference between being a philosopher and holding a doctorate in philosophy.  Perhaps he really should be using facebook and twitter, but knowing that he must "use it" rather than "being used by it".  Also, if you say you are going to do something, do it.


    1. Park Far Away from the Door


    2. Wash Dishes by Hand


    3. Use Nice Sheets on your Bed

  • 01:30

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1060

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    Tonight's special guest is Bo Budinsky, a returning NAASCA family member from Texas, who's a child abuse survivor and a tireless child protection and adult survivor advocate. In January 2013 he founded Save One Survivor, after a life of addiction, shattered relationships, abandoned careers and homeless. As a child he'd been repeatedly violated. Bo knew himself as a broken person, deeply troubled and hopelessly addicted. He spent years working on himself, grabbing onto anything available which he thought would be healing. In September, 2010, Bo was selected to appear on Oprah Winfrey's now-famous 200 Male Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse show. Bo shares, "I had an epiphany. It became clear what my struggle all these years had been about. It was about the business of preparing me to be in a place where I could be of service to others with the same plight." He continues, "Only these last few years have I "come out of hiding" so to speak. I have been ashamed of something and running my entire life. I never knew what it was. Now I know. I am a survivor of childhood sexual abuse and it has profoundly affected my life." Bo says "I have one favor to ask. Please speak up, loudly, if you have even an inkling that a child is being sexually abused. Living with the effects is torturous. And if you think it is not very prevalent listen to this: 1 in 3 women AND 1 in 5 men are sexually abused before they are 18. What is at stake is the innocence of a precious child." See his video "It's Time to Talk About It"

  • 01:30

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1058

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    Tonight's special guest is Christy Lynn Abram from Washington, a childhood abuse survivor and author of "Little Miss Somebody," a novel based on her experiences. For many years she endured abuse and abandonment at the hands of her mother, a violent alcoholic. Year after year her abuse increased. She writes, "By the age of 12, I was left alone in an abandoned apartment to fend for  myself for weeks." Her mother's actions made her feel worthless, hopeless and isolated in solitude. Christy says, "I became consumed with anger and pain." Although her mother treated her poorly, she followed her mom wherever she went .. to St. Louis, Washington, Florida, Ohio and California. "I was passed around from one relative to another, molested and left to fend for myself." she explains. Her mother "constantly berated me and told me I would never be anybody. At the age of 16, I was emancipated and living alone pregnant with my first child. By the age of 21, I had 3 children and was involved in a abuse marriage." She goes on, "I felt worthless. My sorrow was so deep, I felt like I could never find my way out. I was in and out of mental health treatment centers, each time with a new diagnosis and medication." She struggled with depression for 15 years, survived 3 suicide attempts and eventually continued the cycle of abuse I inherited from her mother. Her road to recovery has taken time. "As a spiritual person, I believe God puts us in the right place so we can discover our purpose through life's lessons," she says. "With all of my being, I believe my experiences have made me a better person." Christy now works as a mental health counselor and mentor to young women who have experiences similar to her own.

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