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Father's Day might remind many women of how much they've missed out on bonding with their own fathers and how their own children may fall prey to the same generational curse as their parents did. Because of this, many women have began a tradition of telling each other happy Father's Day. Many of us try to play the role of both in the absence of the father. This isn't a day to bash men, but a day dedicated to healing for women and encouragment for fathers who have been handicapped of true fatherhood as a result of their own abandonment by their dads. Let's stop pointing fingers being bitter and allow healing to begin. Let's celebrate the men who have found what a father should be thru redemption by Jesus Christ . And encourage those that are still on the path to balance as a father . Gods word tells us to speak those things that be not as though they are. Ladies it's beneficial to us, the kids and the fathers by doing this. And by allowing the relationship with our Heavenly Father to be the blue print for earthly fathers. Satan doesn't need our help beating them down for there mistakes as fathers. But The Lord is pleased when we pray for those who remain in bondage.
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Thinking Forward Inc presents Hump Day Motivational call this week we will be talking about " How do we discover our purpose in life, and what is the diffrence between a career and a calling? This will be a talk that you do not want to miss out on. What is the formula for your purpose? How do you discover your purpose.
As we continue Awareness in August on Seize the Day I invite you to chime in at to discuss awareness. In regards to seizure disorders:
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Ladies and Gentlemen! It's another Motivational Monday and with it comes another chance for Nick and Erik to empower the powerful while sending a message to the Student Athletes in the process. Tune in to this amazing show you don't want to miss.
Get ready to Laugh our guest today is none other than Nick Arnette. Leading Clean Comedy performer Nick joins us to discuss getting the work place working with positive energy and increased productivity. Nick’s programs transform and energize audiences with both motivation and humor! With Nick, you get a lot of laughs along with relevant, practical content. His most requested talk is, Me, We, and Glee: How to have a great attitude, work as a team, and keep your sense of humor. It encompasses maintaining a positive outlook during these changing times, defining teamwork and enhancing humor both at work and at home. He’s even has a written a book that goes along with the talk.
From the Creator of the 1 Minute Success System and the Producer of Wonderful Women and the Internet Plus a new 1/2 hour variety talk show is here "A New Day Is Here" Get ready for some "Edutrainment" with Clarence Coggins the Crown PRince of WeB 2.0 http://leads4life.tk
WACR: BlogTalkRadio: A Conversation with Nick Mancuso. Wednesday, August 20 at 7:30 PM (EST) One hour show with our special guest Nick Mancuso, actor, director, playwright, author, producer, winner of the Genie Award for best performance by an actor in a leading role. Star of Stingray,an NBC action series. Call us TOLL-FREE at (323) 792 2931. Here's the chance to ask him all the questions you always wanted to. Listen to him tell about his past and present achievements.
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These are our stories told in a way you have never heard before. Host Bob Day entertains and informs his audience with little known facts and long forgotten stories about the iconic people and events that make up The Great American Story. Your audience will learn about the West's greatest stage coach driver, who turned out to be a woman. Where did the term "saved by the bell" and "the graveyard shift" come from? Bob Day shares the folk lore and true stories of our colorful past in a way that will keep your audience listening, one story after the next.
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Scott Cluthe talks with Nick Jans about his new book, A Wolf Called Romeo. A compelling story of an unlikely 6 year relationship with a Black Wolf in the Alaskan outback. Call in: 347-308-8478
I was born the son of a career diplomat and spent 12 of my first 13 years overseas—first Palermo, Sicily, then Vienna, Austria, and finally Thailand from 1962-67. My dad was the American consul in Udorn Thani, a forward CIA and special operations base for missions into Laos, and later on, into North Vietnam. I attended high school in the Washington DC area and graduated in 1977 from Colby College in Waterville, Maine, with a degree in English Literature. Though mostly raised in cities, I had always dreamed of living in a wilderness setting, and set out for Alaska in 1979. After an 800 mile canoe trip, I settled in a remote Eskimo village on the upper Kobuk River in northwest arctic Alaska, 200 miles off the road grid. I worked for a hunting guide, managed a trading post, and then became a schoolteacher to Inupiat Eskimo children in the local school. But my first love was always the seemingly limitless, wild country that surrounded me, and the creatures that roamed it. In 20 years of living in the region, I travelled tens of thousands of wilderness miles by skiff, canoe, on foot, skis, and snowmobile, often alone I’m a contributing editor to Alaska Magazine, and on USA Today’s board of editorial contributors. I currently live on a semi-remote homesite in Southeast Alaska with my wife, Sherrie, and our four dogs.
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