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In This episode we will debate why most sports fans watch sports. Do they watch it for the art?, or the excitement, and action. We'll discuss. We also want to know what do you watch sports for as well.
EDUCATOR, AUTHOR, SPEAKER MARK BARNES
"THE EXCITEMENT OF HACK LEARNING AND THE HACK LEARNING SERIES
Presented by KNOWLEDGEWORKS
Join guest host Lana Bos as she discusses how to make a living - a really good one at that - by following your excitement! www.lanabos.com
Join host Larry Bruce for a conversation with Charlana Kelly about Ephesians 1, which is foundational to our faith in Jesus Christ. We have been blessed with every spiritual blessing because God chose us before creation! Tune in to hear this Spirit-led conversation about living a victorious life in Christ.
Connect with Larry Bruce on Facebook fb.com/larrybruce & Twitter @larrybruce1979. Connect with Charlana on Facebook & Twitter fb.com/charlanakelly or @charlanakelly. If you are close to Kennard TX join us at the Fellowship at Larry Bruce Gardens for Bible Study and brunch; starts at 11am.
Let's Talk with Larry Bruce is sponsored by The Fellowship at Larry Bruce Gardens. Broadcast locally on KIVY 1290 AM / 92.7 FM covering East Texas and internationally on Voices of Truth Radio Network, a SpeakTruth Media Production © 2015
Relationship counselor Bilal Stroud, of the website www.romanticmuslim.com is back with Part 2 of the discussion on bringing romance back into the marriage. Lovemaking is an art that begins long before the intimacy of the bedroom. It starts with the sound of your voice when you greet each other in the morning all the way to the embrace when you come home after a hard days work. How does a woman create a romantic mood in her home? It's the melodious music in the background as you walk in the door. It's the scent of your perfume, the creative design of your hair, brightness of your smile. It's the soft lights in the livingroom, the smell of delicious food in the kitchen, the warm bathwater waiting to soak cramped muscles after a day of perspiration in the hot sun or cramped office. How do children respond when they see signs of romance between their parents? Does it give them more anticipation for marriage? Does it give them a greater sense of security, as opposed to the tention created by constant arguments between parents? Does it create a more peaceful household? Many adults never express affection or desire for each other in the presence of children, therefore, children grow up not knowing how to be romantic wtih their own spouses. Can we prepare our children for happier marriages by exhibiting a little more excitement in our own?
Sometimes we get so "religious" that our relationships become little more than a ritual. We forget how to "woo" that special person in our lives that we married, and settle into the routine of work, home, children, cleaning, paying bills. At home, we don't dress up around each other, we don't wear cologne or perfume, we don't comb our hair, we don't shave. We just figure our spouse will love us anyway, just as we are. We may not even make an effort to put that sweet tone in our voice when we speak. After a time, the marriage becomes boring. And although our morals may keep us from looking outside our marriage for excitement, we feel like something is missing. Well, it is. We forgot to keep the romance in our relationship. Today's guest, relationship counselor Bilal Stroud, helps us remember how to rekindle that fire that may be slowly going out, so that we can once again enjoy that special person in our lives.
This the end of our 6 week course on prayer. Harmony maybe a key to how we get prayer answered--Pastor Cymbala says that prayer should be in our life like a cord is in a song. We all should be a temple of prayer praying with all different kinds of prayer. Do we pray like we should? This question should be pondered on to the degree of what our attitude is when we pray. We all have a different style of prayer, no two people are the same when they pray, but what should be the same is the fire in our hearts we have for God. God is listen to us and He is excited to answer us. Do we go with the same excitement and love in our hearts to God? There should be a fervant excitement and love in our hearts to give our request to God and have an excited hope that we will see answers manifast they way God spoke it will be.
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will recap the Memorial Day Weekend. We give a special thanks to all of the service men and women that have served, to provide our freedom. Thank you from Evan, Troy, and the whole staff at RLSN.
This weekend marks the biggest Indy Car Race, the Indianapolis 500. Juan Pablo Montoya held off defending Verizon IndyCar Series Champion Will Power, to win the race. The excitement was there at the finish, as this was the fourth closest finish, in Indy 500 history.
The Tampa Bay Lightning have taken a 3-2 series edge, on the New York Rangers. Tonight the Anaheim Ducks and Chicago Blackhawks skate in a pivotal game 5. The winner takes control of the series, and is one step closer to the Stanley Cup.
Until the NBA Conference Finals, a majority of the series had momentum swings. Well, the Golden State Warriors can clinch a spot in the NBA Finals, if they win tonight. The Cleveland Cavaliers will try to sweep the Atlanta Hawks Tuesday night. Listen in and share your thoughts. Happy Memorial Day.
Should the NFL have moved the extra point back to add excitement? What other changes should take place in sports? Plus, a little NBA Playoff preview. It's the debut episode of KD's Sports Arena. Check out the Facebook page: www.facebook.com/KDsSportsArena. Call in with your opinions, or tell me I'm crazy. Either way, it's 30 minutes of fun.
Listen in today as we interview Shirley Luu, an extraordinary person. She has built an empire, or should I say dynasty? She calls her dynasty the Luu Dynasty, and she is known in her circles as the fastest growing of all time! Come hear her enthusiasm and can-do attitude and find out some of her SECRETS to SUCCESS. You will want to be near this human cyclone to be drawn into the quiet center and earn success for yourself?
Ms. Luu was recently named the WINNER of the 2015 Smart CEO Executive Award. Her beautiful office is located in McLean, VA, and it is always buzzing with excitement, even when Shirley is out-of-town! Her goal of financial fitness for the community is being realized by working with The LISA Project. She hopes to reach more women who know little about their own finances, and bring them up to speed.
Shirley speaks nationally and internationally in front of thousands, and she leaves her mark. She has imparted her life and financial wisdom locally too, speaking on behalf of the Small Business Association, and local top CEOs. Ms. Luu is working on a secret STEM project this summer, and hopes to create more exciting business partnerships.
Join me as we find out more, as well as her plans for the future!
Saturdays, Noon Eastern: "The Resilient Brain," host Kathy Kitts
The show where you can learn about the latest strategies for keeping your mind sharp, for babies to octogenarians!
MISS GUY is a wild and raucous (on stage of course!),supertalented singer, songwriter, music producer, enrmously successful internatonal DJ, performer, stylist, fashionista and all round FABULOUS human being! Miss Guy Performs with band THE TOILET BOYS and often records and collaborates with Debby Harry(Charm Alarm) and 'Stay away From Pretty Boys with Boy George! Guy creates wonderfully provocative music videos like Dumb Blonde, Sometimes, Don't Stop and Take It Off are just a few of these. With a band and DJing all over the world Miss GUY has been to Europe and Asia and toured the US extensivelyLooking forward to catching up on all the excitement with dear friend Guy! Rick Hunt will monitor and referee and Life is .....what? GOOD!