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The Nailed Shutt Band was started in 1999. The band is influenced by music created by the Grateful Dead and the classic jam bands from the 60's until today. Nailed Shutt performs electric and acoustic gigs....our acoustic gigs are influenced by Americana music.
Nailed Shutt members:
Ken Flood........guitar and vocals
Rob Schiff........guitar and vocals
Paul Mitchell....bass and vocals
For more about the band and their schedule, www.NailedShutBand.com
My special guest is Tammy Washington, transformational speaker and coach.
Tammy helps you pinpoint the hidden beliefs holding you back, while reprogramming them to lead you to a life of self-love, empowerment and achievement. She is dedicated to helping success seekers step out of their comfort zones and into their dream zones, through workshops, books, and seminars. She is the author of Nailed It: Be It! Do It! Achieve It!, a transformational guide to achieving all that you desire.
Originally from South Carolina, she has always had a passion for helping others to get closer to their goals. Tammy is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is certified in Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Tammy is also a Training Specialist for the Marketing Arm where she has trained staff for companies including Nintendo, State Farm and AT&T.
Visit www.tammywashington.org for more information about Tammy and the work she loves.
Listen to the powerful Word of the Lord through Rev. Wayne and Rev. Carolyn Anders... anointed servants of God in this end-time army. You will be blessed, encouraged, and challenged by the uncompromising messages you will hear!
Their many years of ministry and their love for God and people is very evidenced in the messages. The Anders minister in Churches, nursing homes, prisons, and have a powerful prayer ministry as well. You can check out their website at www.calglgm.wix.com/lglgm.
SMOOCH THE PHENOMENAL WOMAN for the entire month of MARCH AND WHEN u tune into our broadcast you will be delighted at the GR8 LIVES we have uncovered..This week on Charity Saturdays....
TAMMY WASHINGTON will be our special guest ... not only is Ms. Washington an NLP Practitioner & effective Transformational Leader, but she is the voice @the forefront of NAILED IT! books & motivational workshops used in Corporate TRAININGS & SUCCESS seminars. We certainly don't want to #smooch it all away SO tune in or you can even SMOOCH a question 626-213-5635 6:30pm EST. SMOOCH THE PHENOMENAL WOMAN AND CHARITY SATURDAYS are e
Tammy Washington has trained a wide range of individuals always with the goal of educating, inspiring and empowering. Corporate clients like Nintendo, State Farm, AT&T, and Sam's Club have all experienced dynamic training sessions where employees leave inspired and on fire to NAIL IT!
With One on One Coaching, Team Building Workshops, and College Tours scheduled Tammy has proved she can electrify the masses and inspire production, team work, and personal growth.
Tynicka Battle and Liz Nickles discuss how to craft the perfect tagline for your business
Top 5 ways to identify the ideal tagline:
1. Keep it simple, but most importantly, keep it short (2-5 words)
2. Address your customer's needs
3. Be unique (say what your competitors are not saying)
4. Stay away from trendy phrases or buzz words (keep it colloquial)
5. Make sure it sounds GREAT! Does it roll off the tongue?
Just Do It
Betcha Can't Eat Just One
I'm Lovin' It
There is a growing debate that maybe taglines are obsolete. http://www.adweek.com/news/advertising-branding/death-tagline-152255
Today on reflections we will be talking about the goal setting process. A goal without direction is nothing more the wishful thinking. Goals nailed to the wall are rarely met. This episode takes you through the entire goal sitting, planning and execution process to help one meet their full potential. It does not matter if your goal is to be a Jedi knight, earn a black belt in a chosen martial art style, a better job or being a better parent the process is the same for us all.
Love and Light
in Self Help
Saturn has been Retrograde since March. He is in Scorpio to teach us all a new level of mastery over financial matters, sex, divorce, triangles, death, birth, and empowerment. He's the taskmaster, testing us to step up, take responsibility, set limits or deal wtih them, face endings, make long term commitments, structure things properly, and be ambitious. So we've had a bit of a breather while he was in Retrograde mode. He will now turn forward and give us all our last major push to get real about any of this that is still not nailed down. He will affect each sign in different areas that will be discussed on the show. In the week ahead, Uranus Retrogrades so we see a turnaround regarding our freedom, individuality, body, image, brand, name, title, or personal needs. Venus enters into new territory putting our focus on women, love and income into the homey sign of Cancer. And finally, the Sun enters Leo lighting up our identity in love, with kids, creative projects, and fun. So many shifts in one week is unusual but this is the second week in a row with it so get ready, here we go!
Palestine agreed Israel was a "Jewish State" with no problem.
Yet PM Netanyahu keeps insisting on President Abbas swear, again, that same damn thing. And at the same time Bibi is running up the building count, illegally, while Abbas and the people of Palestine want equality and the 1967 borders recognized as a part and parcel for peace.
Don't hold your breath on this to be any closer than it is now. Soooo keep up the BDS. Don't let up. Keep pushin!!
Crucificação foi um método de execução utilizado na Antiguidade e comum tanto em Roma quanto em Cartago. Consistia em torturar o condenado e obrigá-lo a levar até o local do suplício a barra horizontal da cruz, onde já se encontrava a parte vertical cravada no chão. De braços abertos, o condenado era pregado na madeira pelos pulsos e pelos pés e morria, depois de horas de exaustão, por asfixia e paragem cardíaca. Neste ato combinavam-se os elementos de vergonha e tortura. O castigo da crucificação começava com flagelação, depois do criminoso ter sido despojado de suas vestes. O processo do açoitamento ser tão forte que às vezes o flagelado morria em consequência da violência.O flagelo era cometido ao réu estando este preso a uma coluna. Domingo 6, 19 h de Portugal (15 h de Brasília)
and he who does not take his cross and follow me is not worthy of me. Matthew 10:38
Crucifixion was a method of execution used in antiquity and common in both Rome and Carthage. Was to torture the condemned and force him to take up the place of execution the horizontal bar of the cross, which was already the vertical part stuck in the ground. With open arms, the condemned was nailed to the wood by the wrists and feet and died, after hours of exhaustion, by asphyxiation and cardiac arrest. In this act, combined the elements of shame and torture. The punishment of crucifixion began with scourging, after the offender has been stripped of his garments. In Case soldiers fixed their nails, pieces of bone, and the like, may torture the scourging be so strong that sometimes plagued died as a result of the scourge violência. All punishment was committed to this defendant being bound to a column. Sunday, 6th, 2pm EST\1pm CST\12 pm MST\11 am PST - USA
Isaiah 66:23 And it shall come to pass, [that] from one new moon to another, and from one sabbath to another, shall all flesh come to worship before me, saith the LORD.
The New Moon will be this this evening, Friday, June 27th, at evening. This month, it just so happens to fall on the regular seventh Day Sabbath which is also a "Holy Convocation" This means that the ordinances of the Seventh Day Sabbath take precedence with regards to cooking, so prepare ahead of time (Exodus 16:23 & 35:3, ). Is the New Moon a relic of the Old Covenant? Was it done away with in Christ and nailed to his cross? Join us as we discuss one of the most overlooked High Holy Days of the Bible
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Brief Audio Reflection "Receive the Holy Spirit": (Acts 2:1-21, Pentecost Sunday.
This Sunday most of the action is in the Acts of the Apostles. So with due reverence to John’s gospel, let’s break precedent and focus on this week’s First Reading from Acts. But first, let’s borrow a thought from John’s gospel account of the risen Christ appearing in the upper-room. After greeting the apostles with the customary “Shalom,” Jesus charges them: ‘As the Father has sent me, so I send you.’ When he had said this, he breathed on them and said: ‘Receive the Holy Spirit…’
In this Lenten-Easter cycle we learned once again that we are saved. Every sin that ever was or ever will be was nailed to that cross. In the risen Christ we know that eternal life is ours. We know that it is God’s gift outright. We need only believe and, as a sign of our belief, that we be baptized into the family of believers. We know too that believing is not a spectator sport. We can’t plump down on life’s proverbial couch and wait for Dominos to deliver eternal life. Our faith must be active, not passive. Only in an active faith can we generate the hope and the love that are the legacy of our redemption.
Sadly, like the apostles, we are slow learners and fast forgetters. That’s why the Holy Spirit comes to us as it did to them, not as a visitor, but as the abiding presence of God. You can ignore him, but not if you value salvation. He’s with us now. He’s why you are reading God’s word, today. He answers every prayer. If we take nothing else from these past ninety days… be awake, be alert to God’s presence in your life. Receive the Holy Spirit.