• 00:50

    Eric Mattson Shares his Motivation for Overcoming Obstacles

    in Art

    Eric Mattson is a beautiful being on a mission to spread joy by motvating others to overcome obstacles. Diagnosed with ALS, Eric made it his mission to not let his disease prevent him from living a life he loved. He shares how you can do the same, no matter what your circumstance!


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  • 00:08

    Plow Down Your Obstacles

    in Christianity

    Everyone has challenges and obstacles - it goes back to Biblical times. How do you deal with challenges and obstacles? Do you allow them to intimidate you or do you plow them down? Listen to today's show for motivation to plow down your obstacles!

  • 01:16

    Remembering a Truth Teller and Obstacles He Faced: Dr. Martin Luther King, J.R.

    in Christianity

    As we think about obstacles and obstructions to telling the truth, it is fitting in light of this past holiday that we remember Reverend, Dr. Martin Luther King, J.R. and consider the obstacles he faced in fulfilling his purpose as a truth teller about the need for drastic changes in our nation, and in our hearts. 


    In this broadcast, we will also hear Dr. King's "I Have a Dream" speech, as it is now called. In not a very long time, I think many of us have forgotten or lost track of so many things he urged us to think about in that speech. Others have handled his words irresponsibly, and in so doing, contributed to our straying from the spiritual and moral direction that he offered us. 


    Hope you can listen in.  The J Man.


    A SPECIAL NOTE: TO THE CALLER WHO GOT CUT OFF: I ENJOYED SPEAKING WITH YOU AND DID NOT CUT YOU OFF MANUALLY. THE PROGRAM AUTOMATICALLY ENDED AND DROPPED THE CALL WITHOUT WARNING. BE BLESSED AS WE PRAY FOR HARMONY IN OUR GREAT LAND!


     

  • 01:00

    Telling the Truth: Obstacles and Obstructions

    in Christianity

    Hi. This is the J Man. If you joined us last week, you know we discussed a very important topic. Telling people about Jesus, and how we all need His salvation, made available to us at the cross. It is the greatest of truths, but sometimes the hardest to tell.


    So, this week we are going to talk about some things that may get in the way of telling the truth, or at least cause hindrance. Some of these things you might call obstacles- they are there, but you can maneuver them or find your way past them, and so on. Obstructions are more blocking in nature, and you have to avoid them somehow, or use wisdom to figure out other ways to your destination.


    Whether we are talking about the truth of the gospel, of social justice, matters of the heart- truth is rarely spoken without some kind of challenge facing it. Obstacles and obstructions are almost always a part of the picture. Today we will seek to identify some of those challenges, We'll start by discussing the obstacles WITHIN!


    Also, want to let you know we will have a short program Monday in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, J.R., a truth teller not to be forgotten.  


    Thanks and be blessed,


    Talk to you soon,


    The J Man 


     


      


     

  • Digesting then Moving Through Life Obstacles

    in Spirituality

    The combination of strength and flexibility are needed to deal with daily living. If we are aware, a dense cloud over our heads can actaully be a beneficial influence to our growth. Submission to this possibility becomes passive restraint. Tune in this week and join my new cohost Jo Ann Brown  as we discuss the strength that causes our hearts to grow with humility through restraint. We learn in this show that we can gain wisdom when we nurture the small things in our lives. When we encounter situations that obstruct or bog us down, if we can avoid becoming resentful and digest the experience; we will move through it and grow.  Said differently, events and situations that initially obstruct us can become a means of self-development. It’s difficult not to grab for the easy way out as we are waiting for the long-term reward. Tune in tonight as we speak of depth that is obtrained from small accumulations and small restraints. *I will introduce Jo Ann the night of the show and you will find her to be a wonderful addition to the show's focus. 

  • 00:57

    Lifes Issues with Lloyd Rosen - Inspirational & A Christian Guide

    in Lifestyle

    Lifes Issues with Lloyd Rosen with his guests Megan Cyrulewski & Stephen W. Hiemstra:


    Megan Cyrulewski is an ordinary person who has faced extraordinary challenges and now wants to inspire people and show them that hope gives them the power to survive anything. Who Am I? is about her journey into post-partum depression, anxiety disorder, panic attacks, visits to the psych ward, domestic viodivorce, lence, law school, and her courageous struggle to survive with her sanity intact—and how a beautiful little girl emerged from all this chaos.


    Stephen W. Hiemstra (MDiv, PhD) is a slave of Christ, husband, father, tentmaker, economist, and writer. He lives with his wife, Maryam, of thirty years in Centreville, VA and they have three grown children.


    Stephen has been an active writer spanning both his career as an economist and a pastor. As an economist of 27 years in 5 federal agencies, he published numerous government studies, magazine articles, and book reviews. He has maintained a personal website since the 1990s and he has been active in social media.


    Stephen is currently a second career tentmaker dividing his time equally between Hispanic ministry and blogging under a theme of “online pastor”. His passion lies in promoting spiritual formation and discipling in family ministry. His other interests include new church development, multicultural ministry, adult education, and small group ministry. As a hospital chaplain intern, he worked in the emergency department, a psychiatric unit, and an Alzheimer’s unit.


     

  • 00:14

    interview about outcast song and book overcoming obstacles and tragedy

    in Music

    outcast song and about book about overcoming obstacles and tragedy

  • 01:00

    Karmic Obstacles + Readings

    in Spirituality

    World renowned psychic Neil Baker and host Kristin are featured on this hour long show which deals with the vast, expansive world of psychic phenomenon. This show delves into the extraordinary mysteries that reside beyond the physical realm of common experience. Neil and Kristin are your guides and teachers as they establish a stage that is both personal and universal, while callers have the opportunity to connect with Neil for one-on-one readings. Listener line: 914.338.0164. For an in-depth, personal reading, please call Neil at 562.596.7818.

  • 01:28

    How do you start over when you have lost it all? Let's find out

    in Blogs

    Starting over is one of the most difficult tasks that a person will face. Sometimes situations outside of your control force you to have to start over, sometimes with little to nothing. You may feel that your world is collapsing all around you. It might feel as though there is no way to do it, that it is impossible. Starting over can be a very painful process. 


    Starting over can also become a very positive experience if you allow it to be. You can see it as a fresh start, giving you the ability to recreate the person you are to become the person you truly want to be. Starting over gives you choices that were not available before, you just have to open your eyes and see them. 


    I would love to hear your thoughts on the subject of starting over. Please call in at (347) 843-4325 or go to my blogtalkradio page Life’s Lessons & Extreme Content and log onto the chat room. You can also like my Facebook page Everimprovingme - Life's Lessons & Extreme Content  and post thoughts or questions there. 

  • 00:30

    Discussing Some Obstacles to Peace

    in Spirituality

    Join us, Sarah, Matthew and Boris, as we discuss the obstacles to peace from Chapter 19 of A Course In Miracles.


    The attraction of guilt produces fear of love, for love would never look on guilt at all. It is the nature of love to look upon only the truth, for there it sees itself, with which it would unite in holy union and completion. As love must look past fear, so must fear see love not. For love contains the end of guilt, as surely as fear depends on it.


    Love is attracted only to love.


    Love's messengers are gently sent, and return with messages of love and gentleness. The messengers of fear are harshly ordered to seek out guilt, and cherish every scrap of evil and of sin that they can find, losing none of them on pain of death, and laying them respectfully before their lord and master.


    What fear would feed upon, love overlooks. What fear demands, love cannot even see.


    This short excerpt is from Chapter 19, IV, i

  • 00:11

    I just feel like getting real. Talking about my life and experiences. Not PG13

    in Blogs

    This past year has been especially hard and I just feel like talking. There are times I feel like no one hears me. I guess this is my chance for some to listen to what I have to say. I want to touch on relationships, work, living, triggering events as well from my life (abusive). What I have to say is not PG13. Listen at your own risk. Feel free to call in and ask questions or talk too. I am still learning this thing so please have patience with me. 

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