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Timothy Gay sits in with us ON THE DEAN'S LIST.
Timothy is a multi-faceted, multi-talented young man. A native of Detroit, Michigan, Timothy grew up in a household that nurtured his gifts and talents. Through his parents support, he blossomed into a fantastic musician as a vocalist and saxophonist. Timothy is also what he calls an “emerging entrepreneur.” Taking the leap in 2009, he began to explore entrepreneurship as he was dissatisfied with his life at the time. Much like his music, he wanted to do what he loved and make money at the same time. In early 2013, he encountered the spiritual modality of Theta Healing, which helped him through depression and saved his life. He was so enthralled with his healing he became a certified Theta Healing practitioner.
Currently, Timothy leads the modern-progressive jazz band Rare Standard, which is entering its 4th year. He currently runs The Infinite Transition which is his brand for Theta Healing, and incorporates spiritual healing and health and wellness. He’s constantly developing as an entrepreneur, working with artists, health and wellness and more. Tim is extremely excited about creating the next chapter in his life.
Join us for part 2 of the season rundown. We'll also make some projections on the outlook for season 2014, and answers some key questions such as: Will the defense be much better in 2014? Will the offense continue to shine in 2014? What does the offense need to be a touch better in 2014? Can we win the NFC North in 2014? Will we be Playoff-Proof in 2014? Other topics will be covered based on the most recent news coming out of Halas Hall during this offseason such as the
Join us for part 1 of the season recap where we'll discuss some of the post season developments which have been just as interesting as the season itself. We'll take a close look at: What will GM Phil Emery do to fix the worst Bears defense in franchise history going all the way back to 1920. Was Jay Cutler worth $126 million dollars? Does HC Marc Tresman have a "credibility" problem? Who should stay, and who should go? Part 2 will air the next day, Sunday mor
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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on faith in reason, free speech of government officials, gay pride, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio. Question 1: Does being rational mean having faith in reason? Question 2: Does freedom of speech apply to government officials? Question 3: Are "gay pride" parades good? To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its
Dave Payton: A life of sin can place us on a dangerous path. Many people do not recognize their destructive behavioral patterns, but for others this is a life-style. Sin has no boundaries, and it is capable of destroying the lives of very good people. This book will engage the reader and will expose those things which may have a negative influence in a person's life. It is important to recognize that all sins are forgiven when we place our trust in God. This book contains specific topics designed to promote journalism. While some of these topics are very sensitive, they will also open the door for healing as God will use this time to touch your heart. I hope you enjoy this intimate time with God. ???Dave Payton was born in Portsmouth, Ohio, 1957, and moved to Arizona at the age of five. He was raised in South Phoenix. He grew up in a predominately Hispanic neighborhood. It was in the streets that his lessons were learned. He acquired a different perspective on life as God showed him how to accept others for who they really are. Through much adversity and help along the way, he was able to fight his way to a better life. His tough life gave him compassion for those who suffered. His passion for the less fortunate will always be a soft spot in his heart as he can only thank God for saving him.
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Bubba Watson won his second Masters tournament in three years. A number of people were cheering for "the other guys" becuase of comments Watson made last year when Jason Collins came out about homosexuality being a sin. Is it OK for gay fans to cheer against an athlete because of his beliefs?
The NFL Draft kicks off in three weeks, and a new report lists six teams with reported interest in the openly gay defensive end. Where is the best fit for him?
Please, taxi drivers in Cleveland refuse to drive cabs with Gay Gams ads on them!
God gives grace to the humble but resists the proud. Is it surprising to you that in religious organizations there are people in leadership, who shouldn't be there? There is no excuse for religious hypocracy behind any pulpit and to question their authority is a no no. We are living in a day where people are getting away with being grossly prideful and it has creeped into religion, where spiritual abuse is not just happening in churches but other religious organizations as well. Today I will discuss the remedy for this and how Faith traditions should not be this way
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