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One Soul Tithes So Another Soul Thrives We all know the popular saying “It is more blessed to give than to receive.” Whether we want to admit it or not, we all hold a gift of soulful tithing in one capacity or another. Through money or time given voluntarily we feel go
SPONSORED BY CARL TONE JONES--Two-part series straight from the OTE Relationship Chronicles: The State of The Black Family is in shambles, and not getting much aid to restoration with the battles they face in the dominant society. As discuseed in many previous segments, our community needs to heal the plethora of cracks in our foundation. One of the many things we do, is want something, yet do nothing to get it or do everything to destroy it. Whether it's by self-destruction, outside implementation, or by systematic grand design, one of the most important parts of the foundation of our people's power base is the unique power of our love,--specifically our romanitc relationships, and sadly all of the aforementioned things have played a major part in destroying the virtue of real love.
Tonight, the state of the Black Woman and our issues with finding true love are on the table...no holds barred on the role we play in keeping real love a myth, when it's the dominant society's manipulated projected images of us that are the the true myth. We will be targeting the conflicted want and need for real love that is warped by the deliberate seeking out of rude love, and its relationship to the mega cases of domestic violence, overcrowded court systems, and virally increasing instances of single parent families in our community . The media, economy, political decisions, social stigmas, to name a few, play significant roles in portraying destructive love as the ultimate prize. What's your opinion? Join in tonight at 10:30 pm EST by calling 347-327-9967.
Tonight we are delighted to talk with Mr. Jordan Maxwell.
For more than 50 years, Jordan continues as a preeminent researcher and independent scholar in the field of occult and religious philosophy. His interest in these subjects began as far back as 1959. He served for three-and-a-half years as the Religion Editor of Truth Seeker Magazine, America's oldest Freethought Journal (which was established in 1873). His work exploring the hidden foundations of Western religions and secret societies has captivated the attention of critical thinkers from around the world.
He has conducted dozens of intensive seminars; hosted his own radio talk shows; guested on more than 600 radio shows; and has written, produced and appeared in numerous television shows and documentaries (including three two-hour specials for the CBS network, as well as the internationally acclaimed five-part Ancient Mystery Series) - all devoted to understanding ancient religions and their pervasive influence on the world today.
His work on the subject of secret societies and their symbols, has fascinated his world wide audience for decades.
For the next 90 minutes Jordan will take us on a ride through the origins of the Abrahamic religions, the ancient Mysteries, the importance of seeking truth, his friendship with Manly P. Hall, the true foundation of the Roman Church as we also discuss UFOs and ETs, the ancient pyramids, Zecharia Sitchen, Preston Nichols and concluding with his thoughts on the Philadelphia experiment.
INNERSIGHT - U.S.A. won their independence in 1776, but the disabled are still fighting for ours!
Don't get the wrong idea INNERSIGHT is proud to be American, but why didn't they make everything for everyone when they made it?
Frank Perino - Host
Suzanne Tarazi-Ferraro - Co-Host
INNERSIGHT Means 'FREEDOM'
Advocates for the Disabled
Trista Hendren, author of the Girl God Series, namely the books, The Girl God and Mother Earth, both for young readers, is with us tonight discussing her two current aforementioned books and the upcoming one for boys on the Divine Feminine. The Girl God was nominated for the 2014 Amelia Bloomer Project, an annual booklist of the best feminist books for young readers by the Feminist TaskForce of the Social Responsibilities Round Table of the American Library Association.
Crossing the threshold into the second half of the show, Anne Scott, writer, speaker and founder of DreamWeather Foundation, a nonprofit organization providing programs for women in different sectors of society is with us discussing Women's Wisdom & the Sacred Feminine. A rich conversation will no doubt be had as we discuss being of service, visions and dreams, women reclaiming beauty, her work with homeless women and her forthcoming book, The Forgotten Song, chronicling the power of a circle based upon the feminine principle.
Gene Berardelli sits down with Sen. Fred Thompson to discuss his latest role as Dr. Charles Luther in the new film PERSECUTED, which opens on July 18th in theaters nationwide. Click on the link for times and locations.
The new movie Persecuted depicts evangelist John Luther as the last obstacle in the way of sweeping religious reform. When a Senator frames Luther for the murder of an innocent teenage girl, an unprecedented era of persecution is unleashed. An evangelist turned fugitive, Luther’s mission brings him face-to-face with the coming storm of persecution that will threaten the entire Christian community in America.
After hearing this interview, I dare you NOT to go right out ans see Persecuted!
BONUS: Brooklyn GOP Radio is happy to welcome Lea Carawan, President and Executive Director of the Congressional Prayer Caucus Foundation, Inc - a non-partisan, non-profit organization established to unite and mobilize government leaders nationwide who are committed to protecting religious freedom and preserving America’s Judeo-Christian heritage - to talk about their new initiative: In God We Trust.
Plus, the usual show hijinks with the gang!
Did you know over a million US Veterans suffer from homelessness due to PTSD, financial difficulties, and lack of a support system? Post Traumatic Stress Disorder affects more than 5 million people, so chances are you know someone who suffers from this anxiety disorder. It can occur after an extreme emotional trauma that involved the threat of injury or death – from combat to a car accident. I was married to a Viet Nam vet who suffered from PTSD, so I experienced first-hand the crippling power of the anxiety and how it impacts a family. Back then, help wasn’t widely available. Alexis Werner of Pittsburgh, PA is dedicated to making change in the lives of others. After her step-father came home from Afghanistan with PTDS, she realized she could either be upset at her situation or do something to change it. She decided to create Seeds of Hope. Alexis was 15 years old and a high school freshman at the time. Seeds of Hope has 3 main projects: planting victory gardens to provide relaxation and tangible items for Veterans and their families; Our Way Home, a student-made documentary that follows the stories of 9 veterans from WW2-present day focusing on PTSD; and Seeds of Hope: The Beginning, a children's book focusing on the importance of community service, healthy eating, and veteran appreciation. Alexis graduated high school in June and received the Jefferson Award for Public Service and a $10K scholarship from the Anne Frank Foundation to be used for Temple Univ this fall. Clearly Alexis has some big plans for making the world a better place. After the interview, check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.
Join me as I speak with Alexis De Veaux: Author • Poet • Activist about her newest work of love, Yabo.
Alexis De Veaux was born and raised in Harlem, the product of two merging streams of black history in New York City-immigrants from the Caribbean on her mother’s side and migrants from North Carolina on her father’s side-who settled in Harlem in the early decades of the twentieth century. The second of eight children, that history was embedded in her mother’s view of life: “You got three strikes against you. You poor, you black, and you female.” But Alexis was drawn to the world of words and books and literature soon became the means by which she re-imagined the world her mother understood.
As an artist and lecturer she has traveled extensively in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean, Latin America, Japan, and Europe. Alexis published a second award-winning children’s book, An Enchanted Hair Tale (1987) before moving to Buffalo; where she finished graduate school, earning a doctorate in American Studies, in 1992. A project nearly ten years in the making, her biography of Audre Lorde, Warrior Poet (2004) has been the recipient of several awards, including the Gustavus Meyers Outstanding Book Award (2004), the Lambda Literary Award for Biography (2004), the Hurston/Wright Foundation Legacy Award, Non-fiction (2005). Her work is available in English, Spanish, Dutch, Japanese, and Serbo-Croatian.
With her new work, Yabo, Alexis has returned to her first love: writing fiction.
Deborah is a leading activist for holistic therapies, encouraging parents and doctors to use alternative techniques for overcoming ADHD and other neurodevelopmental disorders. Deborah successfully addressed her own twins' ADHD condition by using holistic approaches. You can read about her own journey in her book, Victory over ADHD. This week's topic will be the connection between ADHD and autism.
Tony will go over additions to our website and will talk about Building a Foundation For Better Health, and Luella will continue her series on psychological disorders. This week she will address how to heal from anxiety disorders addressing Body, Mind, and Spirit
If you've been around for even just a short time, you know that I have a totally different approach when in come to time. I operate from that point in everything that I do. For years I have seen that personality plays a direct role in effective productivity. You might have never guessed, but it certainly does. There are various components to the puzzle and they have to be explored when it comes to creating a way and systems around getting things done.
During this broadcast I'm going to talk about your personality's role when it comes to your productivity. We'll discuss a couple of the pieces that come together to form the foundation that can be used to build personalized productivity solutions. You can't have the level of productivity that you're looking for without considering how who you are factors into this thing called time.
Please join Health Educator & Life Coach, Erica Haray-Butcher, as she chats with Philanthropist & Advocate, Indrani Goradia. They'll be discussing Indrani's work to end gender violence world-wide through Indrani's Light Foundation.
Over the past ten years, Indrani has partnered with various organizations to bring health, strength, and wellness to women in need through Indrani’s Light Foundation. ILF has recently partnered with PSI.org and The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to begin a pilot project on reducing Gender Violence in Delhi, India and in Port of Spain Trinidad. She is a determined advocate for girls and women leading empowerment trainings in several countries around the world.
To learn more about Erica, please visit www.CatchGoodHealth.com. To learn more about Indrani and her foundation, please visit www.IndranisLight.org.
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