• 00:30

    Eat, Drink and Be Merry! Really?

    in Lifestyle

    What is the first thing you think about when you hear the word glutton. We use it so loosely in idioms like, you're a glutton for punishment." But gluttony isn't just about over eating. On today's broadcast we will look at our appetite for more ... more food, more drinks, more shoes, more, more, MORE!


    We live in a society where more is cool and less is ... poor, insignificant, snubbed, etc. So, in continuing in our theme The Good, the Bad, and the Ashy we pick up our discussion on the sin of insatiable appetites & thirsts over the wrong things. Remember, God wants to expose the weight of sin so that we can be free from its entanglements and their deadly consequences.


    Join the conversation by calling in at (917) 889-3285 or click the Chat button on the right of the broadcast description page. You can also follow us on Twitter or on Facebook.

  • 00:30

    Lose the Weight: What's Weighing You Down? Slothfulness

    in Lifestyle

    It's Thoughtful Thursday!!! "Give thanks unto the LORD for He is good. His mercy endures forever."


    Continuing our theme from yesterday The Good, the Bad, and the Ashy we pick up our discussion on the sin  of slothfulnees (Proverbs 19: 15, 24; Romans 12:11) and move on to replacing it with diligence We are going to uncover somethings that we try hide or cover up with lotion, Vaseline, Mary Kay, MAC, weave, wigs, a swag and a great smile. God wants to expose the weight of sin so that we can be free from its entanglements and penalties. If we say we have no sin we're not being honest with ourselves or God. (1 John 1:8)


    Join us as we continue to delve into the Word of God as we answer the questions:



    What sin?
    Is it really that bad? Yes.
    How can I become free?


    Don't forget to read Galatians 5.


    Join the converstation by calling in at (917) 889-3285 or click the Chat button on the right of the broadcast description page. You can also follow us on Twitter or on Facebook.

  • 00:30

    What's Weighing You Down? The Sin

    in Lifestyle

    It's What in the World Wedenesday! Our theme for today is The Good, the Bad, and the Ashy. We will continue our discussion on the sin  of slothfulnees (Proverbs 19: 15, 24; Romans 12:11). We are going to uncover somethings that we try hide or cover up with lotion, Vaseline, Mary Kay, MAC, weave, wigs, a swag and a great smile. God wants to expose the weight of sin so that we can be free from its entanglements and penalties. If we say we have no sin we're not being honest with ourselves or God. (1 John 1:8)


    Join us as we continue to delve into the Word of God as we answer the questions:



    What sin?

    Is it really that bad? Yes.

    How can I become free?


    Don't forget to read Galatians 5.


    Join the converstation by calling in at (917) 889-3285 or click the Chat button on the right of the broadcast description page. You can also follow us on Twitter or on Facebook.

  • 00:24

    terror,,big big big global biznasty!

    in Politics

    no doubt about it,,terror is thee oldest and nastyest bizness on earth....and as much as it makes me sick,,the usa is the master designer,,,nazis were imported in 1946-1951...please read americas nazi past,,secrets,,and facts...our $$$ invented hitler...washington said " no foreign entanglements!'

  • 00:37

    Important Legal Issues for Social Media

    in Legal

    This show explores the some of the legal entanglements that may present themselves when you use social media as a vehicle to promote your business. Safeguards are often ignored and/or simply forgotten when trying to run and administer your business simultaneously. Join Bill and Rick for a fine-tuned perspective on what you should look for and implement in today’s social media-driven world, in order to ensure both the protection and promotion of your business.

  • 01:01

    Misstepping, and All Tangled up, The Thirteenth Step

    in Spirituality

    Tangled


    The Twelve and Twelve says “To think of liking lust seems impossible. But how many men and women speak love with their lips, and believe what they say, so that they can hide lust in a dark corner of their minds? And even while staying within conventional bounds, many people have to admit that their imaginary sex excursions are apt to be all dressed up as dreams of romance”.


    Step Thirteen is euphemistically addressed by members in recover as when someone with long term sobriety has sexual designs and takes advantage of a new comer’s vulnerability and engage inappropriate romantic entanglements


    My first sponsor Kevin passed some sage advice, make of it what you will


    Looking for a mate in the rooms of A.A. was like looking for Olympic hopefuls in a polio ward


    under every skirt was a slip


    That the odds were good, but that the goods were odd


    Women are particularly vulnerable, but this phenomenon is not exclusive, men are also at risk.


    We have found that people in recovery have a higher I.Q than the average so it would stand to reason that they also have very strong libidos. The years of addiction have produced little or no inhibitions and morality has taken a back seat to gratification.


    New comers are used to being validated sexually by the opposite sex. We come into the rooms of recovery sick and wounded people easy prey to the unscrupulous. A romantic diversion comes with the promise of a momentary relief from the pain of mind, body, and spirit. It also distracts us from the work of recovery. Many a new comer has fallen into this trap which in turn has stunted their growth and some have even died because of it.


    - See more at: http://rumradio.org/miss-stepping-and-tangled/#sthash.vvjcNW8Q.dpuf

  • 01:01

    Misstepping, and All Tangled up, The Thirteenth Step

    in Spirituality

    Tangled


    The Twelve and Twelve says “To think of liking lust seems impossible. But how many men and women speak love with their lips, and believe what they say, so that they can hide lust in a dark corner of their minds? And even while staying within conventional bounds, many people have to admit that their imaginary sex excursions are apt to be all dressed up as dreams of romance”.


    Step Thirteen is euphemistically addressed by members in recover as when someone with long term sobriety has sexual designs and takes advantage of a new comer’s vulnerability and engage inappropriate romantic entanglements


    My first sponsor Kevin passed some sage advice, make of it what you will


    Looking for a mate in the rooms of A.A. was like looking for Olympic hopefuls in a polio ward


    under every skirt was a slip


    That the odds were good, but that the goods were odd


    Women are particularly vulnerable, but this phenomenon is not exclusive, men are also at risk.


    We have found that people in recovery have a higher I.Q than the average so it would stand to reason that they also have very strong libidos. The years of addiction have produced little or no inhibitions and morality has taken a back seat to gratification.


    New comers are used to being validated sexually by the opposite sex. We come into the rooms of recovery sick and wounded people easy prey to the unscrupulous. A romantic diversion comes with the promise of a momentary relief from the pain of mind, body, and spirit. It also distracts us from the work of recovery. Many a new comer has fallen into this trap which in turn has stunted their growth and some have even died because of it.


    - See more at: http://rumradio.org/miss-stepping-and-tangled/#sthash.vvjcNW8Q.dpuf

  • 01:01

    Misstepping, and All Tangled up, The Thirteenth Step

    in Spirituality

    Tangled


    The Twelve and Twelve says “To think of liking lust seems impossible. But how many men and women speak love with their lips, and believe what they say, so that they can hide lust in a dark corner of their minds? And even while staying within conventional bounds, many people have to admit that their imaginary sex excursions are apt to be all dressed up as dreams of romance”.


    Step Thirteen is euphemistically addressed by members in recover as when someone with long term sobriety has sexual designs and takes advantage of a new comer’s vulnerability and engage inappropriate romantic entanglements


    My first sponsor Kevin passed some sage advice, make of it what you will


    Looking for a mate in the rooms of A.A. was like looking for Olympic hopefuls in a polio ward


    under every skirt was a slip


    That the odds were good, but that the goods were odd


    Women are particularly vulnerable, but this phenomenon is not exclusive, men are also at risk.


    We have found that people in recovery have a higher I.Q than the average so it would stand to reason that they also have very strong libidos. The years of addiction have produced little or no inhibitions and morality has taken a back seat to gratification.


    New comers are used to being validated sexually by the opposite sex. We come into the rooms of recovery sick and wounded people easy prey to the unscrupulous. A romantic diversion comes with the promise of a momentary relief from the pain of mind, body, and spirit. It also distracts us from the work of recovery. Many a new comer has fallen into this trap which in turn has stunted their growth and some have even died because of it.


    - See more at: http://rumradio.org/miss-stepping-and-tangled/#sthash.vvjcNW8Q.dpuf

  • 01:09

    "Affair-Proofing Both Your Marriage AND Career" Shannon Ethridge

    in Women

    How can a woman "affair-proof" not just her marriage, but also her CAREER? When we consider the impact of sexual affairs or emotional entanglements, we often think of marriages being threatened and families torn apart, and these ARE indeed the most tragic casualties. But a woman who has worked hard at climbing the corporate ladder or building a successful business should also consider the cost of infidelity to her career and livelihood! Join us as "sex-pert" Shannon Ethridge discusses how women often wind up in workplace romances, the impact of such relationships both personally and professionally, and how to rebuild your life and career if you ever find yourself in such a predicament.


    Before and after the show, please post your questions and comments for Jory and Shannon on Jory's Facebook Business Page.


    Shannon Ethridge is a million-copy best-selling author, international speaker, and certified life coach with a master’s degree in counseling/human relations. She’s written 22 books including The Sexually Confident Wife and the hugely successful Every Woman’s Battle series. Shannon has been interviewed by hundreds of media outlets including The Today Show and The 700 Club, and is a frequent co-host on the New Life Live! radio show & New Live TV with Stephen Arterburn.


    Shannon's main three goals in life are to help women embrace a lifestyle of (1) sexual and emotional integrity, (2) sexual intimacy in marriage, and (3) spiritual intimacy with Christ.


    Learn more about Shannon's books, coaching, and workshops at www.shannonethridge.com

  • 00:45

    Families. Entanglements, Karmic situations and Resolutions

    in Spirituality

    Everybody is apt to be at the mercy (it seems) of complex patterns of Family dynamics. Some people say we choose our families, maybe our karma chooses the people most prominently in our
    lives. What are some of the spiritual solutions
    we can use? Do Past lives lead to lessons we must master in the law of divine love, with family members? This segment helps us understand what entanglements are. How we can get from having our soul from becoming fragmented, especially in our interactions with family members. Does anyone ever really grow up? Well, if we want to! How we can use the Violet flame and the law of forgivness to free us and to free others and find more resolutions and stop from giving our energy, even our soul force away to others.

  • 01:13

    Talk Story with Julia & Friends - "Finding Your Own Tribe"

    in Poetry

    Are you wondering....
    Where is my Tribe?
    How do I know I have found "it"? 
    Where do I fit in? 
    How do I really know? I have found "my" tribe? 
    Why do I even want to look? 
    Is it important to have a tribe?!
    Where is your tribe? 


    What is the difference between Spiritual Healing and Sacred Healing? 


    Julia will be talking again with Julie Williams. Julie Williams, Holistic Therapist and Trainer. Release ancestral entanglements with Family Constellation Work. Transformation & lasting change with Quantum Healing. 


    http://www.theschoolwithoutwalls.net 

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