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Join hosts, Mary E., and Diane B as they share some of their favorite happening things in and around their neighborhood. This week focuses on food, fun, and Libations! Below are links to the spectacular things in the line up!
Today's musical guest is Jefri Payne, smooth jazz musician out of Indianapolis.
New England Seafood Company
Geja's July Winemaker Dinner
Flabbey At the Abbey Anniversary Show
Tickle Me Pink
Fight Like a Girl, Drink Like a Lady
Valparaiso Wine Event
In this podcast of our magazine-on-tape feature, Assistant Editor Susan Hopek is reading from our first issue, Thankfulness the encouraging article from our marriage columnist, B. Abbey Gayle. Abbey's regular column, Mind Your Marriage, is a popular feature of our FREE on-line magazine: Blessed Living Women's E-Magazine.??
Abbey challenges us to really commit to our marriages and points out that too often our rose colored glasses that once marvels at every aspect of our fiancée’s character turn into a magnifying glass looking for faults in our mate.
You can read her article and many others loaded with practical help and spiritual concern at blwemag.com.
Host Allison McClintick and special co-host Derek Abbey engage in the first Influence Project Rewing-where they discuss the insight from former guest Eric McElvenny-former Marine, combat veteran, amputee, triathlete and thought leader.
Host Allison McClintick welcomes back special co-host Derek Abbey to chat with former Marine, Eric McElvenny. Eric, who lost his leg to an IED explosion in Afghanistan, has created a new chapter in his life dedicated to helping vets at San Diego State University and competes in races and aggressive triathalon competitions. He chats with Derek and Allison about transition and the next "phase".
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Introducing the newest issue of the FREE Blessed Living Women's E-Magazine, publisher Jill Bond briefly describes several articles.
Issue 4 -- When Life Hurts is available world-wide via www.blwemag.com
Let’s admit it. Sometimes life just hurts. Sometimes we’re immersed in physical pain. While at others the pain is more emotional. The worst pain to me is always spiritual pain – especially of my own making.
But the good news in all of this is that God provides answers for us. When it is physical pain, through prayer and Bible study we can discern what actions He wants us to a take. With emotional pain, as in deep grief, only He can sustain us and get us through it. And with spiritual pain, that amazing, sacrificial blood of Jesus cures it all. That pain, though the worst for some because they seem to cling to it as if it were a lifesaver, can be the cause of so much joy for those who hand it over to Christ. He can take that hurt and transform it to purity, forgiveness, and redemption.
Sometimes the pain lingers, sometimes the pain dissipates, and sometimes it just disappears instantly. But in each and every instance of hurting, God can work a mighty work in who we are as people.
Join our writers in this issue as they learn more about our loving Abba Father who works miracles when our lives hurt.
Our Sister-in-Focus, Louise Carson, has triumphed marvelously with a life filled with complications and pain and yet, her praises reach His throne room.
We introduce several guest writers: Donna Conner, Krista Browning, and Emily Kirby. To give you some emotional white space, we add some practicality with apple recipes, soaking solutions, refurbishing examples, bread tie uses, computer fixes, and a custom nativity set plan. Our staff fills in the rest with articles.
During WWII, many downed pilots lost their lives in the water around Palau..Dr. Pat Scannon founded the BentProp Project-a search mission to locate the remains of some of these aircraft and their pilots in order to hopefully provide hope and closure to families that gave up on finding their loved ones so many years ago.
The mission, the vision and the dynamics that are a part of the BentProp Project makes for compelling leadership conversation-Dr Scannon and BentProp volunteer and special co-host Derek Abbey will allow host Allison McClintick to listen in on their inquiry around influence.
Our first guest will be Jessica Middleton. Jessica is coming off an 18 second knockout of Tabby Patterson to improve her amateur record to 2-0. We will talk about that fight and future plans.
Next up will be Abbey Frazier. Abbey returs to the cage August 9th when she faces Misty Perdue. We will talk to her about the fight and furure plans.
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United Voices of Hope: a "positivity charged" broadcast on BOCI Talk Radio hosted by Pastor B. W. Burnett with Co-Host, Pastor's Wife; Clarice Burnett. The Burnetts are community leaders in Memphis, Tennessee with Renewed Hope in Christ Ministries. Join the RHICM Message and Info Board by texting: RHICM to 55469. FB page Renewed Hope in Christ Ministries, @bwburnettjr, @pastorswifecb, #renewhope
Segment 1- Pastor Burnett boldly and lovingly encourages believers to live what you believe!!
Segment 2 - What Did You Do This Summer?
A 16 year old and a 14 year old talk about how a Summer Camp experience changed not only their lives but the lives of many youth!
Guests: 14 year old Surina Finnie, 16 year old Sarah Elizabeth and 14 year old Abigail Abbey
Host Allison McClintick chats with Major Derek Abbey (USMC retired) on his life experiences, influence and the nature of impact. What can happen when we intentionally set our initiative? What can we do for our own lives and harmoniously, for others? Derek shares his insight on his professional and personal experiences thus far and how it is influenced his intentional leadership.
Looking learn more about the BentProp Project referenced on this show?
In April of 1944, General Dwight D. Eisenhower's Psychological Warfare Division began transmitting multilingual radio programs from the American Broadcast Station in Europe (ABSIE). Between October 30 and November 20 of that year, Major Glenn Miller and the American Band of the Allied Expeditionary Forces occupied what are now known as the Abbey Road Studios in Westminster at the heart of London's West End, and recorded enough material for six complete programs specifically aimed at German-speaking audiences. This is the Glenn Miller Orchestra at their very finest, recorded under optimum conditions (the sound quality is superb) and performing a perfectly balanced blend of swinging dance tunes and lush mood music, sometimes sweetened by a string section. What makes this portion of the Miller legacy so unique is the German announcer Ilse Weinberger, Miller's own diligent attempts to convey greetings (and propaganda) in German, and vocals by Irene Manning and crooner Johnny Desmond, smoothly enunciated in German as well.
Music Composer Rich Walters was recently just nominated for his 2nd Leo award in as many years. As well, over the past five years he’s been nominated for a Canadian Screen Award for his score in the television mini series, Ring Of Fire. He was also fortunate enough to have won a Leo Award for that same mini series last year. He’s also been the recipient of two Emmy Award Nominations for the television mini series, Tin Man and Alice. Currently Rich is busy composing the score for Neill Blomkamps next feature film for Sony Pictures and MRC starring Hugh Jackman, Sigourney Wearver, Sharlto Copley and Dev Patel titled “Chappie”. He’s also looking forward to beginning work on a new television series for SYFY Universal titled “Olympus”. Over the past few years, Rich has recorded with the Czech National Symphony in Prague. As well, he’s recorded with the London Philharmonic at Abbey Road Studios and been fortunate enough to have worked at Air Studios Lyndhurst in London. After high school Rich continued his study of music at Capilano University where he focused on Jazz, music theory and composition. It was also at this point where he began to study Piano and Guitar. Although his primary interests have always been jazz and electronica, Rich continually finds himself enamored with the avant-garde side of modern music which keeps inspiring him as a composer for film, television and multimedia productions.You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film
This is the first time that I could actually list an artist - from A to Z - that Winston Byrd has had in his circle. He has played trumpet for over two decades with the best of the best...ready for a taste of that alphabetized list? Abbey Lincoln/Blood, Sweat & Tears/Chaka Khan/Dells/Ellington's Orchestra/Fathead Newman/Grateful Dead/Horn (as in Shirley)/ I - as in Will.I.Am - whew! It goes ON and on!
Winston hails from Wilmington, Delaware - so he heard the music of the extended Philadelphia region, as well as New Jersey and New York. What steered him in his musical journey, initially, was feeling the sound of Maynard Ferguson (in seventh grade!) - then seeing Dizzy Gillespie with Jon Faddis on the 1986 Grammy telecast. Jon actually became a mentor - and introduced our guest to some pivotal admirers who would pave the way for more awesome associations. And SO much work! Music that was developed "on the road" as opposed to what could have been learned in the classroom. Part of that amazing journey revolves around the artistry that Winston has developed with big bands. Orchestras. He loves ALL of it, though. Way beyond HYBRID, this one! LOL! This is Multiple Genre Magic that Winston Byrd has cultivated.
Two albums to his credit - and we'll hear tracks from both. "Soul Searchin'" and "The Tao of Pooh" bring to your ears a full fruition of all that expertise he has brought to performances and projects by other artists. If you do the research, you'll see one rave review after another from fans of trumpet who cannot believe what they're hearing. Winston Byrd is THAT good :)
What we'll have for you is superb music and conversation - and a special July 4th show. Gather friends and join us!