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  • 00:24

    Spicing Things Up With The Spice & Tea Exchange Founder, Clay Freeman

    in Entrepreneur

    Host Kelly Scanlon visits with Clay Freeman, Founder of The Spice & Tea Exchange. Freeman opened The Spice & Tea Exchange in 2005 with the hopes of bringing the 18th century spice markets to life and features a one-of-a-kind shopping experience that offers more than 140 spices and over 30 exotic teas. He opened his first location in 2005 in St. Augustine, Florida (Formerly called Old Florida Spice Traders). Since then, The Spice & Tea Exchange has celebrated 40+ store openings in 24 states and D.C. Freeman shares his insights, tips, and advice for others who might be interested in starting their own business but do not know where or how to get started.


    To listen to additional shows hosted by Kelly Scanlon visit our archives.

  • 00:29

    St. Catherine of Bologna

    in Religion

    Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org


    St. Catherine of Bologna, Virgin (Patroness of Artists) Feast - March 9th Born in 1413, Catherine de Vigri was the daughter of a diplomatic agent of the Marquis of Ferrara. At the age of eleven, she was appointed maid of honor to the daughter of the Marquis and shared her training and education. When the daughter eventually married, she wanted Catherine to remain in her service, but Catherine left the court and became a Franciscan Tertiary at the age of fourteen.


    Catherine had determined to live a life of perfection, and was admired by her companions for her holiness. Eventually her Community became part of the Poor Clares. She soon began to experience visions of Christ and Satan, and wrote of her experiences, one of which occurred one Christmas. Through her efforts with Pope Nicholas V, the Poor Clare convent at Ferrara erected an enclosure, and Catherine was appointed Superioress. The reputation of the Community for its holiness and austerity became widespread. She then was appointed Superioress of a new convent in Bologna.


    In Lent of 1463, Catherine became seriously ill, and she died on March 9th. Buried without a coffin, her body was exhumed eighteen days later because of cures attributed to her and also because of the sweet scent coming from her grave. Her body was found to be incorrupt and remains so today in the Church of the Poor Clare convent in Bologna. She was canonized in 1712.


    St. Catherine eagerly responded to her call to lead the religious life. Her piety, charity, and kindness attracted many to follow her along the road to perfection. The beauty of her life and death encourages us to resolve to live in perfect charity as a Lenten goal.

  • 01:01

    Thoughts, Love, & Reflections Welcome Derrell Thomas To The Show...

    in Podcasting

    James DeShay has a recording artist on tonight in Derrell Thomas....we are honored that he stops by to tell us his outlook on Fatherhood and why he recorded the song, 


    Celebrate Father’s Day With An Inspirational Single by
    Derrell Thomas – “Hey Daddy”


    Derrell started singing in his dad's church choir at 5 years of age. While attending public schools in his hometown of Daytona Beach, Florida, he joined the elementary school chorus and continued to sing through high school. He also taught himself to play keyboards so he could create music to go with the lyrics that God inspired him to write.


    Derrell's love for God and Gospel music planted him in the music ministry for over 25 years, often serving as a Praise and Worship leader. This constant exposure to the presence of God saturated Derrell with a powerful anointing. His gifts took him to impressive stages, including openings for Yolanda Adams, Byron Cage and Josh Groban. He was also a member of The New Christianaires, who’s first EP (Full Circle Records) received five Rhythm of Gospel Award nominations.


    Derrell's trust in God led him to step out as a solo artist and Full Circle Records is overjoyed to have him in our family. Last year, Derrell appeared on the "Bobby Jones Presents" television broadcast where he performed his first single, "My All and All." In February of this year, he was named “Most Inspirational New Artist” of the Texas Gospel Music Excellence Awards in Houston and in March he performed at the “Stellar Awards Finale” in Las Vegas. 

  • 00:46

    EspreeNet News - Episode 0611

    in News

    On this program: U.S. job openings surged to a record high, Pope Francis has authorized a tribunal in pedophile priest cases, Judge rules that police officer should face murder charge for death of Tamir Rice, U.S. Supreme court invalidates Jerusalem passport law,  NOAA: May was wettest month in 121 years, Snoop Dogg Claims Pabst Beer Owes Millions on Endorsement, Swedish blood donors receive 'thank you' text,   This week in court and much more.

  • 00:31

    Exclusive Ideagen Ideas Leader Interview with Ambassador Christos Panagopoulos

    in Business

    Ambassador Panagopoulos joined the Greek Foreign Service in 1978 and brings to Washington many years of rich international experience and a unique understanding of global and European affairs, including an in-depth knowledge of the Balkans and South East Mediterranean issues.


    Prior to his current post as Greece’s Ambassador to the U.S., Ambassador Panagopoulos served for the past four years as Director of the Diplomatic Cabinet of the Minister and of the Alternate Minister of Foreign Affairs. Previously, he was Ambassador of Greece to the Republic of Serbia, after having spent five years as Ambassador to the Republic of Cyprus.


    Ambassador Panagopoulos started his career at the Greek Embassy in Ankara. He has also worked on European issues, as Head of the European Integration Directorate, actively participating in the decision-making process of the European Union and in the promotion of the Transatlantic ties.


    Having also served as Consul General in Los Angeles and Dean of the New England Consular Corps in Boston, Ambassador Panagopoulos is no stranger to American politics. He now returns to the United States as Ambassador, at a time when Greek-American bilateral relations are at an unprecedentedly excellent level.


    Born in Kalamata, Greece, in 1954, Christos Panagopoulos holds a Degree in Law from the University of Athens and a Master’s Degree in International Law and International Relations from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Boston, USA. He served in the Hellenic Navy at the Office of the Admiral, Chief of the Hellenic Fleet. He was also a member of the Junior National Waterpolo Team of Greece.


    Among other distinctions, Ambassador Panagopoulos is the recipient of the Grand Commander of the Order of Phoenix of the Hellenic Republic, as well as of the Grand Commander of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Cyprus.

  • 01:01

    What does it mean to play the game and where should the line be drawn?

    in Self Help

    Join us today 5:30 CST as the raise the subject:


    What does it mean to play the game and where should the line be drawn?


    According to John Amos the father from Good Times he was killed off the show because he did not like the focus of show being centered on his more comical television son JJ and he was not very diplomatic in expressing his concerns.....Check out link


    http://www.theroot.com/blogs/the_grapevine/2015/06/john_amos_says_he_was_kicked_off_good_times_because_he_didn_t_agree_with.html?wpisrc=topstories


    How do you choose which battles are worth your efforts and energy and which to ignore?


     


     


     


     


     


     

  • 01:08

    Legendary author Nelson DeMille is LIVE with his new book on Authors on the Air

    in Books

    Authors on the Air host Pam stack welcomes literary giant Nelson DeMille.  From Mr. Demille:  My first books were paperback originals, New York City police detective novels, thankfully all out of print and hard to find.  In 1978, I published my first major novel, "By the Rivers of Babylon," which was a commercial and critical success. Since then, I've written fourteen other novels and had a good time creating my characters John Corey, Ben Tyson (played by Don Johnson in the TNT movie of "Word of Honor"), foxy Emma Whitestone, Paul Brenner (played by John Travolta in the Paramount movie of "The General's Daughter"), sexy Susan Sutter, the never-say-die CIA officer Ted Nash, and my favorite villain, Asad Khalil, a misunderstood Libyan terrorist with unresolved childhood issues. RADIANT ANGEL is his new book. After a showdown with the notorious Yemeni terrorist known as The Panther, John Corey has left the Anti-Terrorist Task Force and returned home to New York City, taking a job with the Diplomatic Surveillance Group. Although Corey's new assignment with the DSG-surveilling Russian diplomats working at the U.N. Mission-is thought to be "a quiet end," he is more than happy to be out from under the thumb of the FBI and free from the bureaucracy of office life.But Corey realizes something the U.S. government doesn't: The all-too-real threat of a newly resurgent Russia.When Vasily Petrov, a colonel in the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service posing as a diplomat with the Russian U.N. Mission, mysteriously disappears from a Russian oligarch's party in Southampton, it's up to Corey to track him down.


    This is a copyrighted trademarked podcast solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. 



     

  • 00:56

    Beyond The Cover with #1 NY Times Bestselling author Nelson Demille

    in Books

    Beyond The Cover is brought to you by Suspense Magazine and one of the shows on the Suspense Radio Network.  www.suspenseradionetwork.com and www.suspensemagazine.com.  Hosted by John Raab and Jeff Ayers, you will hear book reviews, industy news, publishing tips and author guests. On tonight's show we are pleased to interview #1 NY Times Bestselling author Nelson Demille and his latest book "Radiant Angel".


    "Radiant Angel": 


    After a showdown with the notorious Yemeni terrorist known as The Panther, Corey has left the Anti-Terrorist Task Force and returned home to New York City taking a job with the Diplomatic Surveillance Group. Although Corey's new assignment with the DSG—following Russian diplomats working at the U.N. Mission—is thought to be "a quiet end," he's happy to be out of the FBI. But Corey realizes something the U.S. government doesn't: The all-too-real threat of a newly resurgent Russia.

    Prescient and chilling. DeMille's new novel takes us into the heart of a new Cold War with a clock-ticking plot that has Manhattan in its crosshairs.


     

  • 01:15

    Think Big! and Dream Big! Today (Think Big & Grow Rich)

    in Motivation

    In this episode tonight by 8 p.m New York Time, I will inspire you to think big, and dream big because it cost you nothing. Remember that "as a man thinks in his heart so is he." Therefore, you are the product of your thoughts. God never created anyone to be small, but as we allow fear into our thoughts, limitation dominates us and take over our real person. I will show you  how to elimate any these fears that  is a barrier to your success in this life. "The world is yours." God created it and gave it to you for your own enjoyment. Napoleon Hill in his book said that "whatever the mind of a man can concieve and believe, it can achieve. According to William Henley he said that, "....I am the master of my own fate, I am the captain of my own soul."


    Radio link; www.blogtalkradio.com/winnersbroadcastingradio


    Website: www.johncmaxwellgroup.com/emmanueludoeyo


    To Join me on the Air by 8 p.m call in @ (646) 652-4003, there will openings for Q&A Session


                                                                            Radio Host: Dr. Emmanuel Udoeyo


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  • 01:26

    Firebrand vs Diplomat with Hemant Mehta

    in Atheism

    Karen is back, fiesty as usual. Jeff Gruban joins Kevin and Karen, Liam Johnson and Nancy Weis-Gallager, after a lengthy absence from the show, to discuss different techniques for discussions with theists. Is it more effective to be passionate or persuasive? We also have a conversation with The Friendly Atheist Hemant Mehta about the challenges facing atheists in the United States, and round out the show with Father Vern, Another Brilliant Moment, and a rant from Kevin.


    This episode was pre-recorded.

  • 00:45

    Chap 1 & 2 "Reading of Rulers of Evil" by Tupper Saussy, Read by Jörg Glismann

    in History

    Chapter 2 MISSIONARY ADAPTATION
    FEW PEOPLE SEEM to be aware that the Roman Catholic Church in America is officially recognized as a State.  How this came about makes interesting reading.  Early in his administration, President Ronald Reagan invited the Vatican City, whose ruling head is the Pope, to open its first embassy in Washington, D.C.  His Holiness responded positively, and the embassy, or Apostolic Nunciature of the Holy See, opened officially on January 10, 1984.


    (Nun-ci-a-ture a papal diplomatic mission headed by a nuncio)


        Shortly thereafter, a complaint was filed against President Reagan at U.S. District Court in Philadelphia by the American Jewish Congress, the Baptist Joint Committee on Public Affairs, Seventh Day Adventists, the National Council of Churches, the National Association of Evangelicals, and Americans United for Separation of Church and State.  The plaintiffs sought to have the Court declare that the administration had unconstitutionally granted to the Roman Catholic faith privileges that were being denied to other establishments of religion.


    On May 7, 1985 the suit was thrown out by Chief Judge John Fullam.  Judge Fullam ruled that district courts do not have jurisdiction to intervene in “foreign policy decisions” of the executive branch.  Bishop James W. Malone, President of the U.S. Catholic Conference, praised Judge Fullam’s decision, noting that it settled “not a religious issue but a public policy question.”