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on the air today,lot's to discuss me being feed the hell up with all this sad news and just stupid assholes that deny the truth with propaganda in their own Pathetic Minds,! Stay Tuned i will air today on The Italian Voice Radio Show,it's been awhile and it's time to get the Truth out and give these Asswipes a dose of Their Own Medicine ! Please Stand By as i Produce a Show ! Link to be Posted Shortly !
King David has thrilled us with his psalms of worship, thanks, prayer, reflections, pain, sorrow, and joy. Join us today for the story of another legendary composer of thousands of songs, the Chinese singer and songwriter, Xiao Min. Her songs are called the Canaan Hymns. Xiao Min knows the love of God, and she shares it in her music. Thank you for listening as we continue in this summer month of music.
Greetings to all God's people I pray blessings over you and your families. My guest tonight is a woman of courage Nancy O'Farrell is the Author of A Story of Grace she will discuss the many trials in life as a Retired teacher reflects on her life and why there’s more to live for Montgomery, Ala. – At 34-years old, life for Nancy Kruithof O’Farrell already seemed futile. She has decided to kill herself. But God’s grace intervened, and O’Farrell embarked on a long and powerful journey of healing. In Endless Waves: A Story of Grace, she shares her life story and reveals the painful details of her struggles.Through narrative, journal entries, counselor’s notes, poems and scriptures, this memoir tells more than a story of abuse, addiction and relationship issues. It shares the specific, detailed steps that aided O’Farrell’s healing. “How can something from so long ago still have such an effect on me?” O’Farrell said. “How can it be possible that the way I look at people and events today is based on what happened more than fifty years ago? This is such scary stuff to talk or write about.”Bottom of Form.O’Farrell shares with readers how she was redeemed by God’s power and love, and she offers encouragement for others who face the same challenges.
VOICE OF RIO GRANDE with Donna Mitchell and David Lawrence, Deans with the University of Rio Grande/Rio Grande Community College will feature Mark Nelson and Dr. Heather Duda, Associate Professors with the University of Rio Grande/Rio Grande Community College. Mark Nelson is a Professor with the Fine Wood Working Technology Program at URG/RGCC. This two-year program in Fine Woodworking is a “hands-on” experience, and most of the students’ time is spent in the shop building fine furniture. Mark will highlight the recent URG/RGCC Woodworking student who won the Annual Nation-wide Woodworking Competition held in Las Vegas. Dr. Heather Duda, Associate Professor of English and Director of the Honors Program, will discuss the Rio Grande’s Honors Program. Students who participate in Rio’s Honors Program experience interdisciplinary general education courses and hands-on seminars and complete a senior project in their area of interest. They are challenged to think outside the box and develop strong leadership skills. Through the program, Rio’s Honors Students develop confidence in themselves as professionals and academics. The Honors Program is a great opportunity for students seeking to go above and beyond in their college careers.
When you were a kid you were probably forbidden to talk, to tell family "bizness," to share your true feelings, to speak your truth. "Go somewhere and sit down and shut up," they said.
You've been silence. We've been silence. And that silence is choking us, squeezing the life out of us, and making it hard for us to know our true self and truth.
Well, it's time we speak. It's time we tell it. It's time we find our voice and reclaim our power. Thursday, August 27, 6:30pm on She Struts Radio Sister Goddess Jackie Credle is gonna tell it! She'll be joined by guest host Zakiyyah Lana.Tune in!
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This prerecorded conversation between two young women: one in the United States; the other in India shows the similarities as well as the vast social differences between their two worlds. The intention of the program, produced by Voice of Evolution Radio in partnership with The Other Side and Melanie Closs, is to connect and share the natural curiosity we have about the people and things of which we know very little; to show that we are all so very similar despite our cultural differences.
Since this program was recorded in part in India at the Kingdom of Dreams Contact Center and in part in the United States, there may be some background noises as the young women share their monologues. Please stay with us and listen to the entire broadcast. There is much to learn from these two!
Guest Melanie Closs moderates the drama exchange. As always, Linda Lombardo hosts.
On Thursday, August 27, 2015 joining Tony on The Voice of the People is:
Julie Rowe, Legislative director of the Michigan AFT joins the show to help explain the latest attach against Labor, but especially teachers, yet again.
Hugh Madden Communications Director with Progress Michigan checks in today with new on the Aramark contract and what did the Governor know and when did he know it? This will be eye-opening!.
Our National Political Director, Richard Zombeck, columnist for HuffintonPost.com and NowItCounts.com and LiberalsUnite.com continues his weekly visit with us to shed his unique and snarky, but very intelligent insights, into our national political fray. Always on target.
Candidate for Novi, MI Mayor, Gwen Markham joins to to discuss her candidacy in all its glory!
Award winning journalist Chad Selweski joins the show on a different day and time to share the wonderful world of journalism and the pitfalls and pratfalls they bring unto themselves.
You are always welcome to join us on-air by calling 347-308-8392. Find us on Facebook by searching for Tony Trupiano: The Voice of the People, and on Twitter @tonytrupiano or @VOTPTony.
“Bohr shines…provid[ing] glimpses of herself as a whole person, not simply a traveler. Gap Year Girl is an excellent choice…a travelogue filled with historic places, but its personal stories provide its highlights.”
— Kirkus Reviews
In this episode of Giving Voice to Your Courageous Story, we'll talk about the courageous mindset it took for Marianne C. Bohr, to step outside of her comfort zone and travel the world. We'll learn the role "courage" had in making this decision and how her lessons can be apllied to everyday life.
To listen to past podcasts with various authors and entrepreneurs of note including Julia Cameron of the famous The Artist's Way, tune in here and here.