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  • 00:49

    Ready, Set, Knit with Kathy and Steve Elkins of WEBS

    in Knitting

    Ready, Set, Knit with Kathy and Steve Elkins of WEBS


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  • 00:58

    Moogly Crochet Knit World Domination

    in Knitting

    Tamara the master mind beind the crochet knit world domination site www.Mooglyblog.com is joining Marly to talk about her website and how she got into the business! 


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  • 01:54

    Behind the Headlines: Paradise Stolen - Interview with Stefan Verstappen

    in News

    This week we're talking once again to Canadian author, artist, and martial arts expert, Stefan Verstappen. Stefan has a professional background in communications and business management and has travelled extensively throughout East Asia, where he has studied oriental art, culture and Kung Fu.


    Stefan is the author of 'The art of urban survival' from which the viral YouTube video documentary 'Defense Against the Psychopath' was taken.


    We previously spoke to Stefan about the video he produced on the topic of historical cycles of human civilization and the manner in which they appear to repeat. In his video, Stefan makes the case that we are currently in the final stage of our cycle of history, defined, like all others, by widespread chaos. Historically, only small groups of people survived the periods of destruction that defined the end of a cycle, and they did so by forming themselves into tight-knit communities with specific organizational structures.


    More recently Stefan has produced 3 more short videos on the theme of "Paradise Stolen" where he explores the specific reasons for our current state of societal chaos, the alternatives to the way we live today, and what we can do to face the future and survive.


    Join us this Sunday May 3rd 2015 from 2-4pm EST (8-10pm CET) as we discuss the state of the world, how it got that way, and what we can all do about it.

  • 00:55

    "The Downloaded Soul" (1 Samuel 18:1)

    in Christianity

    "As soon as he had finished speaking to Saul, the soul of Jonathan was knit unto the soul of David, and Jonathan  loved him as his own soul". What does the Word say in regards to manner in which we treat one another? What does the Word say in the way in which we should love each other? We must download the soul of another...


    Tune in on April 23rd at 7pm as we discuss 1Samuel 18:1 !

  • 00:30

    Introducing Gospel Artist Oya Thomas on LIF Talk with Cherie!

    in Music

    Oya Thomas has spent her life delighting in the freeing, connective force of music. The beginning of her musical and spiritual journey can be traced back to Oya’s earliest experiences – joyful impressions that have added a genuine playfulness to her work’s mantra even as she matures as an artist. At the age of three, deeply inspired and encouraged by her father and personal hero Ezekiel and his distinctive voice, she began to sing tirelessly, writing poems and stories on the spot and setting them to music. Her ability to express herself fluidly through song strengthened the bond between the members of her tight-knit family as they gathered around the piano to revel in her enduring enthusiasm and colorful world perspectives.


    In Oya’s words, “To feel is such a great experience in and of itself, and to be able to do it with something I have inside me, from the depth of my spirit is like a wonderful sharing that I cannot put into words. A smile, applause singing along, someone saying how good I made them feel makes everything worthwhile. These experiences are gratifying to me as an artist and performer and because I know I am helping someone else connect to their emotions in a positive way. I always said I wanted to use my talents to see God’s great earth, and so I am.”


    With deep, immovable roots nourished by her father’s love and support as well as an innate fervor for growth as an artist and a human being, Oya continues to ignite her exceptional spark through her art.


    Spirit of Oya is her debut solo album.


    Read more about her here:  http://mad.ly/f3db44

  • 00:18

    Foundational Gifts: Core Values as a Compass ~ Part 2 of 4

    in Women

    Romans 12:2 - CEV ~ “Don’t be like the people of this world, but let God change the way you think. Then you will know how to do everything that is good and pleasing to him.”


     


    Core values are a foundational component of how God knit each of us together.  These inform our behaviors, choices, and priorities.  Ultimately, what we value gets reflected in how we serve others through our spiritual gifts. Join Coach Nicole as continues her discussion of the importance of understanding our core values, especially in relationship to our spiritual gifts.


     


    Links:


    Coaching Tip ~ Identify Your Core Values:  http://www.evancarmichael.com/Work-Life/1793/Coaching-Tip-Identify-Your-Core-Values.html    


    Nicole on Twitter @CoachNicole:  http://twitter.com/coachnicole


    Nicole on Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/foundationalgifts


    FG show archives:  http://cwaradio.com/foundational-gifts/


     

  • 00:52

    Edie Eckman Knit and Crochet

    in Knitting

    Edie Eckman Knit and Crochet: Edie considers herself bi-craftsy and is a diplomat for both knitting and crochet. Find more about Edie at www.EdieEckman.com 


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    Stay up to date with the Yarn Thing podcast with the App available on iTunes and for Droid.
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    Green Mountain Spinnery
    Bijou Basin Ranch
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    Buffalo Wool Co

  • 00:18

    Foundational Gifts: What Are Core Values?

    in Women

    “You made all the delicate, inner parts of my body and knit me together in my mother’s womb.” - Psalm 139:13 NLT


     


    Core values are a foundational component of how God knit each of us together.  These inform our behaviors, choices, and priorities.  Ultimately, what we value gets reflected in how we serve others through our spiritual gifts.  Join Coach Nicole as she begins a series of discussions on the importance of understanding our core values.


     


    Links:


    What Are Core Values?  http://www.nps.gov/training/uc/whcv.htm


    Nicole on Twitter @CoachNicole:  http://twitter.com/coachnicole


    Nicole on Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/foundationalgifts


    FG show archives:  http://cwaradio.com/foundational-gifts/


     

  • 00:26

    A chat with romance author Natalie Alder

    in Books

    This week, on Gumbo Ya Ya,  join host Debbie Workman as she interviews upcoming romance author, Natalie Alder. Ms Adler is the author of Constructing Love (found in the Windswept Valentine Anthology) and Trouble Looming (part of the Tapestry Series) , named March book of the month by Platypire Reviews. Come over, relax and enjoy listening to Debbie talk to Natalie about her fabulous books!

    Natalie's Bio
    I write stories about romance. They center on learning about the characters backgrounds, personalities and life circumstances that mold them into who they are and how they love.

    I am a sassy 40-something year old. I live in a quiet farming town in New England with my husband of fifteen years and our three rescued cats. After college I facilitated improvement in the physical abilities of children and the elderly then took the opportunity to enjoy my creative side. I love to sew, knit, write...sing and drink martinis (not necessarily at the same time).


     

  • 01:01

    Knit and Crochet Now

    in Knitting

    The Knit and Crochet Now TV show (an Annie's Production)  knitting expert Kristin Nicholas and producer Candi Jensen join Marly on the podcast to talk about season 4 which began airing on PBS in fall of 2013. 


    Kristin Nicholas: reknown color expert, is the author of eight books, including Color by Kristin, Kristin Knits, Colorful Stitchery, Kids Embroidery, Knitting for Baby and more.


    She lives on Leyden Glen Farm, a working sheep farm in western Massachusetts, and her colorful home has been featured in numerous publications.


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    Fiesta Yarns
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    Love of Knitting
    Love of Crochet
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  • 00:24

    RON FUNCHES ("Shelly" in NBC's "Undateable")

    in Entertainment

     


     


    Ron Funches - Shelly, "Undateable"


    Actor, writer and comedian Ron Funches stars as Shelly, a loveable bar regular, in NBC’s comedy “Undateable.”


    Air Date: Tuesdays on NBC (9-9:30 p.m. ET); Season Premiere: March 17


    From Bill Lawrence (“Scrubs,” “Spin City,” “Cougar Town,” “Clone High”) and Adam Sztykiel (“Due Date,” “Made of Honor”), “Undateable” is a comedy series about a group of close-knit friends living in Detroit, helping each other figure out their lives.


     

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