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Talk About welcomes special guest Ellen Travolta whose many credits over the decades include roles in Welcome Back, Kotter, Happy Days, Grease, and Charles In Charge.
Ellen and her husband Jack Bannon will star in the two-person play, Love Letters, by A.R. Gurney at the Lake City Playhouse on May 29-31st. It's a story that follows two characters over a fifty year period as they read through their personal letters and share their sorrows, joys and tragedies. The proceeds from the play benefit the Playhouse and the Coeur d'Alene Public Library.
Ellen talks about the play, playing Scott Baio's mom for over 30 years, and growing up in a big family that loved, and still loves, theater.
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This show is dedicated to shedding light on what Military Families go through during times of war. We will learn how 2 Iraq tours affected a soldier, his family, his marriage, & Mental Health. This will be show #1 of our first series. Although the caller does not wish to disclose her name, we are indeed grateful for her courage and willingness to step up and discuss this subject that is often considered Taboo. Her boldness will help us to better understand what a soldier and his family has to endure during and after his selfless acts of courage to fight for our continued FREEDOM!
Love, Liberty & Lip Gloss covers women's issues from relationships, family, marriage, dating & health, to fashion, make-up & hairstyles. We air each Thursday at 7pm ET. Grab a glass of wine or a cup of tea & spend the evening with your hosts, Daria DiGiovanni and Lisa Tarves and our expert guests.
Kristie Kennedy is a women's empowerment speaker, entrepreneurial leadership coach and highly accomplished author. She is skilled in four areas of personal development: mindset, momentum, motivation and potential maximization. Ms. Kennedy has a passion for helping leaders who have reached a mental plateau to turn their cant's into cans and their dreams into plans. Her life is a testament that it is 100% possible to shift from mediocrity to magnificence one bold action step at a time. www.kristiekennedy.com
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Special Invitation to our Youth Movie night at New Beginnings Fellowship church this Friday October 3rd 2014 doors open at 6:30pm, movie will start at 7:00PM. Free Admission, Free PopCorn and Free Drinks. Open to the whole family. This Month Featured film will be The Encounter Paradise Lost
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You aren’t good enough to be friends with God because you follow rules. You’re good enough because you believe in and trust the only One who is good: Jesus! God gave His people rules to show them the way life works best. He wanted them to learn that they could never be good enough without His help. God’s help is a gift called grace. Grace is a gift that can never be earned. We can’t earn God’s grace by working hard to please Him. He gives it freely. We aren’t strong enough to please Him by ourselves. God’s grace gives us the power to live free from sin. It’s because we put our trust in Jesus. Not because we’re good at following rules. You can talk to God and thank Him for making you good enough with His gift of grace.
THE FLAVOR OF KINDNESS
TALKING TO GOD
Thank God for giving you the ability to speak. Ask Him to show you how to use your words carefully.
Have each family member write down six words on a piece of paper: three kind words and three unkind words. Don't share your lists just yet.
Fill two bowls with snacks. One bowl should have a sweet snack (candy-coated chocolate) and the other bowl a sour snack (lemon burst). Then, have each family member take a turn reading a word from his list. The others have to guess if it is a kind (sweet) or unkind (sour) word. When guessed correctly, everyone gets a candy-coated chocolate or lemon burst to "taste" the word.
The words we use make a difference. Words can be sour, or they can be sweet. They can hurt feelings, or they can repair relationships. Words can build people up or tear people down. Because your words are powerful, you need to choose them carefully. In 1 Thessalonians 5:11, the apostle Paul urges believers to “encourage one another and build each other up.” When you choose kind words, you’re giving others a taste of God’s kindness, and that brings Him honor.
TALKING TO EACH OTHER
- Is it easier for you to think of kind or unkind words? Why?
I urge you to find ways to recognize and remember God’s kindness. It will build our testimonies. The key to the remembering that brings and maintains testimony is receiving the Holy Ghost as a companion. It is the Holy Ghost who helps us see what God has done for us. It is the Holy Ghost who can help those we serve to see what God has done for them.
- How does sharing kind words make you feel? How does receiving kind words make you feel?
- What are some things you can do this week to replace unkind words with kind words?
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