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Tonight we continue on the facts and information the mainstream church will not discuss concerning the occult and the beast system. Julie also goes over some random information concerning issues we all deal with. Historical information: Sources say "According to an old story, there was once a Dutchman who was so bothered by the rats in his barn that he burned down the barn to get rid of them. Thus a 'barn burner' became one who destroyed all in order to get rid of a nuisance.
Does our appearance really play a part in how we are interpreted by others? Does style of dress or the clothes we wear make statements about who we are and what we believe? Does this lend to stereotypes or is this a way of distilling the skilled and caring from the unskilled and careless folks that aim to enter the corporate world or even the country? We need to review this morass and delve into this topic. Join us this week in for our segment ~ Real Talk~ as we address the issues appearance, dress, professionalism and stereotypes. Join in and let your voice be heard.
Join Lori each week as she interviews BBQ and Food personalities from all over the US, This week, Lori is joined by Brad Barrett, the man behind GrillGrates, Rub Bagby, Swamp Boys Sauces, and Dan Ulladahl, Chop's Power Injector. Hope you can listen in and get some great deals on christmas gift for your loved ones. This weeks show is sponsored by SweetSmokeQ.com, Fire Butler, Rec Tec Pellet Cookers, Cookinpellets.com, Swamp Boys BBQ, Grill Grates, and Chop Power Injecter. Call in number is 347-989-1121, show starts at 7:00 EST
Lately I have noticed that there is a huge increase in the number of men wearing weaves and dresses. In everyday fashion is this acceptable now? Do women look down on men who wear heels, weaves, makeup, etc? Why is more acceptable for women to dress boyish than for men to do so? Is that a reason to question a man's sexuality?
Let's talk about it....
Join Lori with the award ceremony LIVE Jacksonville. Show and awards start at 5 if there are no surprises, Call in number is 347-989-1121
The kingdom of heaven is likened unto a man which sowed good seed in his field:
 But while men slept, his enemy came and sowed tares among the wheat, and went his way.
 But when the blade was sprung up, and brought forth fruit, then appeared the tares also.
 So the servants of the householder came and said unto him, Sir, didst not thou sow good seed in thy field? from whence then hath it tares?
 He said unto them, An enemy hath done this. The servants said unto him, Wilt thou then that we go and gather them up?
 But he said, Nay; lest while ye gather up the tares, ye root up also the wheat with them.
 Let both grow together until the harvest: and in the time of harvest I will say to the reapers, Gather ye together first the tares, and bind them in bundles to burn them: but gather the wheat into my barn. - Matthew 13
Motivational speaker, JOSHUA PELTIER, visits MENTAL DIALOGUE to discuss his amazing program, DESIGNED FOR GREATNESS. A program designed to encourage youth to reach their potential through the POWER OF EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION. Since PELTIER, believes 90% of communication is non-verbal he stresses to youth the way they dress and carry themselves speaks volume in how they are received in their daily lives as well in the workforce. In the 2nd Hour (11:00am EST), for the MONEY & POWER HOUR we bring on financial experts to discuss The Black community's fear of investing in the STOCK MARKET and how to overcome this fear in order to take part in this potential PILLAR OF WEALTH.
Join Lori each week as she inteveiws BBQ & food personalities from all over the US. This week we kick off our Christmas Shows. Sweet Smoke Q, Jim Elser stops by to talk WFC and products, then Ray Carnes, from Rec Tec joins Lori to update us on what's happening at the Rec Tec headquarters. This weeks show is sponsored by Sweet Smoke Q, Rec Tec Pellet Cookers, FireButler.com, Cookinpellets.com, and Royal Oak Charcoal. Show atarts at 7:00 EST, call in number is 347-989-1121
Why are there so many unreconciled father-children relational issues. Author Rachel Hauck reveals secrets in her new book- The Wedding Chapel.
What inspired the plotline of The Wedding Chapel?
Why did you choose to marry a classic love story from the 1940s
with a modern tale of romance gone off course?
What would you say is the major thread or theme that runs throughout The Wedding Chapel?
Has a communication breakdown ever caused issues in one of your important relationships?
Taylor and Jack marry impetuously, eloping only a few months after reconnecting, and they almostimmediately start having issues. Why is the
first year of marriage so hard? What advice can you offer to young married couples?
How can we defeat negative patterns such as bad relationships or substance abuse, which sometimes
seem to run in families??
How have you seen God at work even after you or someone in your life made a poor decision?
Those who have a complicated relationship with their earthly fathers
may struggle with a having healthy relationship with God as Father. How can they reconcile what they believe about God with what they’ve
experienced with their earthly dads?
Are there ever moments when we should give up on our dreams?
You feature a villain in the book whose life ha
s become rife with bitterness. Have you ever been tempted to
give in to anger or jealousy? What do you hope your readers learn from this character?
In your book The Wedding Dress you included some rich symbolism that showed how God impacts history and our lives in ways we don’t always see or understand. Did you incorporate any of that imagery in The Wedding Chapel?
When you sat down to write
The Wedding Chapel
, what impact did you hope it would have on its readers?
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Animal Communicator Joan Ranquet -Joan Ranquet, Animal Communicator and author of Communication with all Life, Revelations of an Animal Communicator (Hay House) is the founder of Communication with all Life University. Through private sessions, workshops, teleseminars and speaking events, Joan facilitates a deepening of the human/animal connection. Joan was chosen by MSN as one of the “Top 25 People Who Do What They Love”. Her healing CD, Animal Alchemy Energy Work for Animals and Their Humans, as well as her book “Animal Communication 101, the Animal Communicators Journey” was published in 2012. Her newest book, “Energy Healing for Animals, Techniques to Enhance the Health, Longevity & Happiness of the Animals We Love” will be released Aug. 2015 (Sounds True).
Joan Ranquet has worked with thousands of individual pet owners, dog, cat and horse trainers, barn managers and vets. She troubleshoots medical issues, helps stimulate healing in conjunction with conventional treatment, and helps clients to deepen their ability to care for and understand their animals. She is successful at finding lost dogs and cats, and often helps clients whose pets are aging and dying.
Have you noticed American guys being passive and/or too timid to make a move or take the lead? Why are straight men so passive these days? Is it because women became aggressive in business and got used to going after what we want, so suddenly the lazy, no-account men out there realized how much easier it was to lay back and let the woman do all the work? Why should a guy put out the effort and take the risk of expressing interest in a woman, asking her out, taking her out and basically courting her, when all they have to do is dress up in an attention getting way, like women normally do, get a woman’s attention, throw out the bait, lay back, and let her hunt?
While men became passive, women have become masculine and aggressive. Have you seen Jersey Shore? The guys on that show are like women and the women are like men. The guys spend hours on their tan, their hair, their body. They dress up in flashy colors like a girl, shave themselves from head to toe, wear hairspray. So many girls fall all over them. This is not particular to Jersey, this kind of guy is EVERYWHERE now, if not that Affliction-wearing ass clown ilk, then it’s him in a suit, but with the same basic mentality.
Men have come to enjoy being courted rather than doing the courting. They have grown lazy, their character and integrity weakening with each passing year. Men now sit back on their laurels and let women do all the work. Women are taking all the risk, essentially acting as the yin to their yang instead of the other way around. Amazingly, this doesn’t seem to bother men in the least. In fact they love it. Women are calling guys, asking them out, growing a penis, taking charge, all to their own detriment.
Ly Syin Lobster is an overcomer. Her early influences in life were reading, Christianity, and abuse. As teenage she became interested in writing as a way to express herself. She started writing for her church newsletter.
After dealing with more domestic violence and being homeless, In 2006 she completed Connections to Success Leading lady Leadership Series. Ms. Lobster completed additional leadership training at Human development Corporations ‘s Stepping Up to Leadership Program. Four years later, she was selected as the Dress for Success Professional Women’s Group delegate. She organized the community action project “ Yes We Can Women Overcoming Obstacles. She lead outreach activities such as feeding the homeless women and their families. Collecting personal hygiene items and organizing a conference for homeless women In 2006 she completed Connections to Success Leading lady Leadership Series. Ms. Lobster completed additional leadership training at Human development Corporations ‘s Stepping Up to Leadership Program.
Ms. Lobster has overcome many issues such as domestic violence, alcoholism and homelessness. Through her personal experience and her professional skills as a freelance - journalist, blogger, communications guru has empowered her to become an advocate for women’s causes.