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Lucky's Market lived up to its name a week ago when I luckily bumped in to 303Cycling contributing editor Cheri Felix. Cheri was getting ready for a cyclocross race and conditions could not have been better. Snowing heavily with 18 degree temps. Cheri had never raced in snow so I was looking forward to hearing all about her experience. Cheri usually rides mountain bikes and lately has become cross curious. She has three kids, one dog, one bearded dragon and a husband. When she’s not taking care of her family she’s riding, planning a ride or writing about riding. Cheri’s passion is spreading the good word about riding on dirt and how it can change your life. She also likes beer which is not a requirement to ride bikes. You can follow Cheri on Twitter @mtnbikechi
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Welcome to Life’s Issues. Where each week we will be discussing issues that affect people on a daily basis, like Bullying, Depression, Suicide or for that matter whatever you’d like to talk about. I’m the host but, this is a show for you to call in and voice your concerns about what is bothering you.
Bakara Hope-Felix is an aspiring 13 year old visual artist with big hopes and big dreams. Her positive outlook and creativity is leading her to huge opportunities in an artistic career. She has already gotten great reviews from her initial work and people have desired to buy copies of her pieces. Bakara has recently auditioned at the Art and Design High School and LaGuardia High School.
Life's Issues with Lloyd Rosen with his guests Mona de Vestel & Rustie MacDonald:
Mona de Vestel is an author, professor, performer and intuitive. For many years, she fought her ability to feel and receive messages. Mona was born and raised in a multicultural family in Brussels, Belgium. Daughter of a prominent Belgian architect turned new age guru and a Catholic mother raised in Africa. Mona swore she had "no such powers" for most of her life. But a near-death experience at age sixteen, and a series of entertaining, and at times, comedic experiences with the ‘occult’ reminded Mona of her connection to the spirit world. When Mona was diagnosed with breast cancer a few years ago, she embarked on a three-year spiritual journey with shaman and healer Wendy Root. It was then, that Mona’s conscious spiritual path really began. In August of 2013, she channeled Love in a Time of War, a 400-page book in just 30 hours. This astonishing book will transform anyone who considers applying these principles. For more information, please visit www.edryon.com
Rustie MacDonald is a Single Mom, Life Coach, International Radio Talk Show Host, Motivational Speaker,
Author and Celiac. Rustie offers her charismatic understanding of how life can challenge a person’s strength and she inspires the audience to get back up and keep moving forward. Rustie is well known in the international community as a loving, fun, Compassionate and a GO Getter. She has recently been nominated for the Worlds BEST Radio Talk Show host and is airing a NEW program called “ASK a PI” on WMEX in Rochester NH. Rustie bases her work on her life experiences as well as her
coaching experience’s. Learn more or book Rustie at www. Rustiemacdonald.com
The Way with David O'Connell is a program where we try to discover the truth about human life and the divine order of things. We look to Science, Medicine, Philosophy, Theology, Reason and Revelation. Through these disciplines, good will, and honest analysis we believe we can find what is real and right. Truth is our goal, Life is our cause, and the Way is God Himself.
Please help this apostolate spread the light of Truth by supporting us in your prayers. If you are able to donate, please visit this link to contribute through PayPal:
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Lifes Issues with Lloyd Rosen with his guests Megan Cyrulewski & Stephen W. Hiemstra:
Megan Cyrulewski is an ordinary person who has faced extraordinary challenges and now wants to inspire people and show them that hope gives them the power to survive anything. Who Am I? is about her journey into post-partum depression, anxiety disorder, panic attacks, visits to the psych ward, domestic viodivorce, lence, law school, and her courageous struggle to survive with her sanity intact—and how a beautiful little girl emerged from all this chaos.
Stephen W. Hiemstra (MDiv, PhD) is a slave of Christ, husband, father, tentmaker, economist, and writer. He lives with his wife, Maryam, of thirty years in Centreville, VA and they have three grown children.
Stephen has been an active writer spanning both his career as an economist and a pastor. As an economist of 27 years in 5 federal agencies, he published numerous government studies, magazine articles, and book reviews. He has maintained a personal website since the 1990s and he has been active in social media.
Stephen is currently a second career tentmaker dividing his time equally between Hispanic ministry and blogging under a theme of “online pastor”. His passion lies in promoting spiritual formation and discipling in family ministry. His other interests include new church development, multicultural ministry, adult education, and small group ministry. As a hospital chaplain intern, he worked in the emergency department, a psychiatric unit, and an Alzheimer’s unit.
Process improvement is certainly not a new topic but we often need to be reminded of the impact it can have on our companies. Today's guest, David T. Lord, helps a company identify the processes that need improvement, then, shows how to make the improvements a reality. David’s particular area of expertise is visual management for enhancing communication and accelerating project completion. His method and tools show companies how to develop business cultures that continuously improve while being committed to employees and customers. David’s book, The Visual System of Work: Help Your business Work Better, Make Money and Generate Cash, A 90 Day Implementation Guide, outlines the method and tools. Over 100 businesses have utilized David’s method and tools in the past 25 years…many continuing their journey with him today.
Created BY mortgage professional FOR mortgage professionals, Lykken on Lending is a weekly 60-minute radio program normally hosted by mortgage veteran, David Lykken. However, this broadcast will be hosted by Alice Alvey.
Turn It Up Tuesdays hosted by Magi Love, the spot to get connected with aspiring individuals coast to coast. Playing some of the best unsigned, independent recording artists and interviewing individuals from all walks of art.
Tuesday's guest: David Camden
David Camden is an American singer/songwriter and actor with a stirring voice and an unconventional story. Much like his life, his music is an eclectic blend of the past and present: Disco, R&B, Soul, and Retro with modern Pop undertones. His relaxed, conversational style is approachable, unjaded and instantly relatable.
Born David Camden Mueller, he grew up a pastor’s son in the small town of Greenville, IL and was always surrounded by music. His father was a music major and his mother was a singer, and around the holidays the family would all gather around the piano and sing. While he never felt like he fit into the rural setting, he could often be found singing in church and performing in school musicals. He picked up both piano and trumpet at an early age and was involved in every school music group that he could join, including choir, band, and jazz band. Camden attended Evangel University where he earned a Bachelor of Music with an emphasis in voice. During his time at college, he faced one of the most difficult setbacks of his life: losing his voice for almost 12 months. Being unable to sing was incredibly challenging, but with prayer and the guidance of his voice teachers, he eventually came out the other side.
To learn more about David Camden or questions, call 347-826-7536 at 10e/9c.
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Breathe Again is a moment of Hope,Inspiration & Solutions.
Some things in life will make you run and hide. They are so horriffic you want to become invisible. That's how Author, Nikki Rosen felt. Her childhood was marked with years of abuse. Many people don't understand how she made it through.
Listen as she shares her journey.
Miriam Holt stops by the show to share her upcoming, Indispensable Church Administrator Conference.
When: November 22, 2014
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