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"Avoidance is NOT resolution." ~ Kimberly Rinaldi
One of the most vital elements of any healthy relationship is the art of confrontation. Not confrontation for the sake of one-upsmanship, but confrontation that is constructive, respectful, and productive. What does that look and sound like, and why do so many people avoid it? That's what we're talking about today. The right way to face what and/or who you've been afraid to confront.
Relationships are two-way streets and when there's a breech in the road, it impedes from getting the true benefit of the relationship. So, if you really care and want to set some things straight but you're either too afraid or don't know how, this is the time to tune in. Get the courage you need to finally have that conversation, ask that question, and uncover the truth. You know you need to!
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We have all at some point been involved in confrontation, sometimes we do not handle it well or we do not know how to handle it at all. Lilian Okore, www.lilianokore.tmgartist.com and Irene Kareithi will empower us to learn,practice and master confrontation skills. Listen live at 619-393-2852 or www.pinnacleofpraiseshow.com. Thank you for choosing Pinnacle of Praise Show. Beatrice Ndura – Host
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Hesitation to voice our opinions is a form of insecurity. Have you ever sent a serious text message to someone and buffered your feelings with casual text speak or emojis? Do you pretend you’re tipsy when you are voicing strong opinions and blame it on the alcohol? Sometimes the things we want to shout from the rooftops are not things that other people necessarily want to hear. Living in fear only creates distance, which affects the foundation of relationships we have already established.
Joshua-Paul Angell has been an activist in the areas of animal rescue, animal welfare, animal rights, LGBTQ rights and political issues since 1999. He is the host of a syndicated radio show, “The Joshua-Paul Show” which airs live 5 days a week. Starting his show initially as a podcast, he has taken it to new heights and the show is now available on several different options and reaches 110,000 listeners. Angell initially gained political notoriety while working on several different civil rights issues while living in Austin, TX. Touching fame as a fashion designer; his high profile status began to allow him a platform to inform the public on what many would consider the “tough” issues. He has worked with several celebrities including Betty Buckley and Gloria Loring. On his radio show, he promotes several activists, animal rescues and as he describes “the movers and shakers” of America.
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We will look into the confrontation at Jerusalem that contributed to the arrest and capital execution of the Messiah Y'shuah's sacrifice was laying his life down for justice and equity, (Isaiah 11:4 But with righteousness shall he judge the poor, and reprove with equity for the meek of the earth: and he shall smite the earth with the rod of his mouth, and with the breath of his lips shall he slay the wicked.) making war against the powers of satan (empire/commercialization, oppression etc.) .
Saddam Hussein was a nationalist who wanted to dominate the region but he didn't have the resources after the Iranian 10 year war. The U.S. tried to implant democracy in an Islamic Civil strife state which was impossible even over a 10 yr occupation. There are too many Sunni strongholds and Saddam loyalists still resent the new Shia domination in goverment even though they are 70 % majority of the nation.. The unrealistic goals of Isis has pervaded the region and they are slaughtering by the thousands regardless of citizenship or faith. The U.S. has made mistakes, too, as capitalists with a motive for natural resources but broad band killing by Islamic non state actors is throwing the country into so much disarray and power upheaval, the outcome looks dim. It looks like the MidEast has a predictable brutal ending. This is the best debate you can hear on BlogTalk Radio about Saddam Hussein's 24 year reign, Muslim extremism, discussion of Iranian Iraq Shatta al arab waterway, and the future of the region including the Kurds and Syrian stability. Special Music.
The enemy is still trying to introduce prophetic defilement into the prophetic ministry. That's why it's so important that young prophetic people and prophets need to learn from seasoned prophets and leadership. These prophetic contaminants are deceptive cancers sent to the destroy true prophetic ministry. It's like cancer, prophetic debasement is progressive. The spirit of Jezebel is still in play in the earth she attacks prophetic ministry. Remember this spirit loves to be around prophetic people. Sometimes prophetic defilement is dormant or hidden and at other times hideously apparent.
Televised scenes of white police demonstrating overt hatred for peaceful protest marchers attacking them with police dogs and high powered water hoses moved many indignant citizens to join the Civil Rights Movement. Here was hatred that was visibly expressed, and it was easy to confront it with non-violent protest marches and draw it out in the open. Dr. Martin Luther King's strategy to expose and defeat open and violent racial hatred was successful. Today, as the Nation celebrates Dr. King's life and work, we ask the question, Can Dr. King's strategy of non-violent direct confrontation end gang violence? There are often peace marches after someone is shot down, but no one confronts the or exposes those responsible. How would Dr. King's strategy work in drawing out those who are mired in battles for gang turf, their senseless killings creating more fear and danger than white racists ever did? Who would march unarmed through gang turf? Who would march up to the front door of known gang leaders and have a "sit in" on their front porch and pray and sing hymns until they called a truce? Would marchers include women and children like in Dr. King's time? Would we call in television cameras to observe the community's reactions? Do we use the same tactics against police brutality? What about those police officers who are known to be agitators, who harrass innocent citizens in the name of "fighting gang crime?" Do we march to their homes and "sit in" or "pray in" until they resign from their jobs? Dr. King's strategy was very aggressive and very personal in exposing those whose actions were hateful and destructive. Can we successfully use those tactics to address the problems of crime and violence in our community today? If so, how? If such a demonstration were organized ould YOU be willing to participate? Participants in the 1960s Civil Rights Movement reflect on this question.
Today on HELP! Realtionships 102, we candidly open up the controlling person's tendency to control through the use of emotionally intimidating confrontation!
The irony is that as confrontational as the controlling person might be, he can be as defensive and disliking of being confronted as much the people he may try to control through confrontation. Indeed, the misuse of confrontational behavior can sometimes— seemingly at first, yield forth the desired results but, ultimately it can result in the break down in the communication of a relationship, which almost always segue into the over-all destruction of that marriage!
Join us as we address the unaddressed issue of conquering the confrontational behavior of a controlling person!
But there is one more wind coming. The North wind. And that wind is going to bring forth a new breed of man of God. Now these other winds are still blowing and they need to blow. But in each age and generation and decade God demonstrate strength in each wind. And the North wind that God is going to blow forth is the raising up of men and women of God who will bring forth the presence of God. Now there are two prophets that I bring before you and the third is also Elijah in his last stage but he was more the East wind, Samuel and Moses. I want you to see the kind of person Samuel was. In the book of I Sam, you began to see the North wind. Every time when you have a North wind Prophet comes to the scene, it means that there is a transition period that is totally different.
Not even twenty years old Justin Bieber has already gained more famed and fortune than most people even dream to have. His music career began in 2008, at which time his boyish charm endeared him to millions around the world. Since then hard work and an abundance of talent and charisma have kept him on a steady incline to the pinnacle of stardom. But lately, there’s tarnish on his image.
He has been caught in altercations with Paparazzi. He was confronted by Keyshawn Johnson for speeding through his neighborhood. At the Anne Frank Museum Bieber wrote what some called inappropriate comments in the Anne Frank guestbook. There was an incident involving illegal drugs aboard his tour bus. Justin was also on video urinating in a mop bucket.
Despite this behavior his fans still adore him. With this kind of behavior one can wonder what may happen next. Is Justin Bieber simply demonstrating the same immaturity as most people his age? If so, why do young people seem to have a need to misbehave in silly immature fashion? You also have to wonder, could this be just the beginning of a tragic end. Let’s hope not. But it begs to question what can be done to subdue this type of inappropriate behavior amongst our young people? The answer may save livelihoods and lives.
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1 in 3 women have experienced physical violence by an intimate partner. Domestic violence is a major issue. Due to the recent coverage in the media of a famous professional athlete and a physical confrontation with his spouse, domestic violence continues to be a topic of conversation for many. A renowned community educator with the Women's Resource Center to End Domestic Violence will join Let's Talk America with Host Shana Thornton to address the many elements of domestic violence. This critical segment is for every member of the family- do invite the youth. Tune in on Tuesday, September 16, 2014 at 7:30 pm EST for exceptional talk radio.
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