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  • 01:58

    Ask a Foster Leader, Episode #8

    in Motivation

    Please join our panel of Foster Leaders to get insight from former foster youth about important foster youth advocacy and foster care reform issues. If you have a question to ask our panel, please post on this page with that question. You can also call the show live at (646) 652-2296

  • 01:14

    Ask a Foster Leader Call-In Show 5/19/2015

    in Motivation

    Please feel free to comment on this page with your experiences or thoughts, and please participate in the group discussion on http://www.facebook.com/events/1442361066063701/

    This is episode #4 of the Ask a Foster Leader Call-In Show. Ask a Foster Leader is an opportunity for anyone to ask a question about the foster youth experience and to get that question answered by Foster Leaders (those who have triumphed over the obstacles that are traditionally associated with foster care and have become an inspiration to others). Questions will be answered in the order they are received on this event page. If you would like to submit a question privately, please private message the Ask a Foster Leader facebook page or email danieltiblets@gmail.com. 

    If you are a former foster youth, you have two opportunities to contribute to this discussion. You may comment on the questions on this event page and/or you can join the panel for the live-call in show at 7PM (central) on Tuesday, April 28th, by calling (646) 652-2296. 

    The topics discussed on this panel will include:

    What advice would you have for an individual or organization who is currently (or thinking about) providing mental health services for the foster youth community?

    If you aged out of foster care, what would you say your greatest needs were? What where your biggest hurdles? If there was a program that would have taken you in and helped make a smoother transition, would you have participated and what would your expectations for the program be?

    When comments designed to motivate, like "Keep your head up" and "Try to stay strong," are not working, what are some ways to encourage/console a youth or young adult who is going through a difficult time?



  • 01:05

    OPEN TALK: A Conversation with Alexandria Leaders REBROADCAST

    in Lifestyle

    A conversation with Chief of Police Earl Cook and the President of the NAACP Branch office in Alexandria, Ms. LaDonna Sanders.  A great conversation about the relationship between the city and law enforcement in the historical city. You can normally join in the conversation; however this is a REBROADCAST and we will not be accepting phone calls.  

  • 00:34

    From Doubt & Disbelief to Full Faith & Trust - Author Suzanne Giesemann

    in Self Help

    Sister Jenna interviews Suzanne Giesemann on the America Meditating Radio Show! 

    “Life is a series of tests. They are not multiple choice. There is only one answer:  Love” - Suzanne Giesemann

    Suzanne Giesemann is a retired U.S. Navy Commander. She served as a commanding officer, as special assistant to the Chief of Naval Operations, and as Aide to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff on 9/11. Today, Suzanne is a spiritual author, inspirational speaker and messenger of hope who addresses questions about the purpose of life, the nature of reality, and attuning to higher consciousness. Her work has been recognized as highly credible by afterlife researcher Dr. Gary Schwartz, and best-selling author Dr. Wayne Dyer.

    Suzanne is a member of the Advisory Council of the Academy for Spiritual and Consciousness Studies along with such notable leaders as Raymond Moody, M.D., Jean Houston, Ph.D., and Larry Dossey, M.D., and she serves on the Executive Council of Eternea, where she is also the Chairman of the Spirituality Leadership Council.  Suzanne has authored eleven books. The story of Suzanne’s transition from Navy Commander to her current work as an intuitive counselor is chronicled in her memoir, Messages of Hope, which is featured in a documentary by the same name.  www.LoveAtTheCenter.com.

    Get the Off the Grid Into the Heart CD by Sister Jenna.  Like America Meditating on FB & follow us on Twitter.

  • 00:28

    Total Recovery With ,Host Elder Foster.

    in Christianity

    Total Recovery With Host Elder Foster,

  • 00:40

    Who's the Best

    in Sports

    Who's the LeBron of the NFL, why Jay Gruden refuses to like RGIII, Arian Foster out for the first half of the season, and other entertainment news.

  • Tear Up Topic Tuesday - How White Leaders Treat Black Subordinates

    in Motivation

     This is parlaying from the Brandon Boykin/Chip Kelly situation as Former Eagles CB Brandon Boykin alluded to Eagles Head Coach Chip Kelly's bad communication. We'll get into Nick's thoughts of him as a leader as well as Erik's. Send yours in too!


    Call us up! (516) 387-1755

  • 01:00

    Late Nights with the Conservative Brian Correll

    in Politics Conservative

    Tonight on the show we will talk to you about Hillary's new stance with Planned Parenthood, A story of a GOOD COP, plus we will have Guest host Greg Brock who spent 25 years in radio and he is going to talk about Steve Polkin at the News-Leaders cute little attack on him on Facebook. All that and more NOW!

  • 02:00

    The Occult Practices of Mike Bickle, James Goll, & Rick Joyner Pt. 2

    in Christianity

    We barely scratched the surface last week! Join us LIVE on PROPHECY QUAKE tonight @8:00 PM CST as we continue to look at the flood of pagan eastern mysticism and outright witchcraft that has come into the church through leaders like Mike Bickle, Jason Upton, James Goll, the late Bob Jones, Rick Joyner, Bill Johnson, Rob Bell, Richard Foster, Dallas Willard, Rick Warren, Leonard Sweet, Thomas Merton and many more. They are teaching everything from visualization, repetitious words or phrases in prayer, and even astral travel. These deceived ministers are leading a generation of young people and weak Christians into demon possession and Satan’s counterfeit supernatural manifestations. We must take a stand against "Christianized" Buddhism/Hinduism and Roman Catholic occultism! To listen by phone, call 347-884-8566.

  • 00:59

    Christian Relationships - Drs. Delayna & Leon Elliot

    in Spirituality

    Dr. DeLayna Elliott is a financial and relationship coach to women. Dr. Leon Elliott is a teacher and coach to men in the areas of leaving a legacy and obtaining confidence and strength.  Both are successful in business and ministers of the Gospel with a powerful Relationship Ministry entitled ‘The Power of OneNess.”

    They have been have featured on BET, Seattle Times, KIRO news radio, TV 14 news. Dr. DeLayna facilitated classes in her local Community college and military base. Training business leaders and military personnel.  


    Dr. Leon pastored for over 10 years and trained leaders in the Gospel.  The couple received their leadership training from Dr. Myles Munroe, Anthony Robbins and Dennis Kimbro. They also studied under financial ministry leaders such as John Avanzini and Dave Avanzini.

  • Voices Carry for Animals # 54

    in Pets

    Hosted by Debbie Dahmer

    Guest: Steffen Evan Baldwin - Executive Director at the Top of Ohio Pet Shelter. President/CEO of the Animal Cruelty Task Force of Ohio.

    Steffen Coming from a family of dog trainers on his father's side, Steffen Baldwin was the Executive Director at the Union County Humane Society from 2008-2013, a shelter that operated both as an open-intake county facility for strays and as a traditional,limited-intake Humane Society for owner surrenders. Steffen is currently the Executive Director at the Top of Ohio Pet Shelter, another open-intake county facility for strays operating also as a traditional, limited-intake Humane Society for owner surrenders. Steffen is also the President/CEO of the Animal Cruelty Task Force of Ohio, formed legally as a County Humane Society which by law in Ohio has the legal authority to appoint County Humane Agents with police powers to investigate and prosecute crimes of animal cruelty in their home County of Union. Locally, ACT Ohio has a 100% conviction rating on cruelty cases prosecuted. Statewide, ACT Ohio partners with over 15 counties to assist animals in need with voluntary rescue efforts. In 2014, ACT Ohio rescued 216 animals with 80% of the dog intake falling under the broad, bully breed category. All but two of those dogs, who came from the worst homes imaginable, were rehabilitated and adopted into loving homes. Over the past 8 years, Steffen has been responsible for the care and outcome of more than 10,000 dogs, with a 91% placement rating overall. Steffen is a father and has five rescued pit bulls of his own, as well as two Dobermans and currently four foster dogs on several acres out in the country.