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Lori Rader-Day's debut The Black Hour received starred reviews from Publishers Weekly, Booklist, and Library Journal and was a finalist for the Mary Higgins Clark Award. Her new mystery, Little Pretty Things, was released in July. Born and raised in central Indiana, she now lives with her husband and dog in Chicago. Her fiction has appeared in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, Time Out Chicago, The Madison Review, and others. Lori is a member of Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, and International Thriller Writers. Rader-Day’s debut mystery, The Black Hour, won the 2014 Anthony Award for Best First Novel and was a finalist for the Mary Higgins Clark Award. Her second novel, Little Pretty Things, received a starred review from Booklist and was named a 2015 “most arresting crime novel” byKirkus Reviews. She lives in Chicago. Visit her at LoriRaderDay.com or on Twitter at @LoriRaderDay.
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God as bread. God as a laboring woman. God as a dog. Sound heretical? These are all metaphors for God that are used in the Bible! Lauren Winner's stunning book "Wearing God" brings some of these images forward for new consideration. In today's show, Lori and Alice will examine the affect that our image of God has on us and on our broader society. Then, we'll talk about God as clothing, and as the one who clothes us. How can this image change our vision of ourselves? Can it help us feel less shame about our bodies? Can it change how we interact with others? Let's talk about it on your favorite on-the-air book club!
God as bread. God as a laboring woman. God as a dog. Sound heretical? These are all metaphors for God that are used in the Bible! Lauren Winner's stunning book "Wearing God" brings some of these images forward for new consideration. Today, Lori and Alice consider God as a sensory experience: What does God smell like? What smells are most pleasing to God? How does our sense of smell lead us to — and away from — real communion with God? Then, we'll take on the metaphor of God as bread. Is God a marbled rye or chocolate tea bread? Tune in for some lively discussion from your favorite spiritual book club!
NSR Sports Radio provides a new and fresh, interactive online radio experience to the listeners. Join your host Coach P as we tackle the trending topics in football from youth to the pros. Today we discuss
-CTE and how it's discovery has changed the way we play the game
-Johnny Manzeil and his recent troubles
-Cam Newtons posture in defeat what can we learn from this
Special guest appearing Via the Life by Wisdom Hotline include:
Scott Swayne -HC Stonewall Jackson MS - Won 11 Championships in a row
In the NSR Baller Spotlight we have:
Denzel Blackwell (Youth)
The Imani School in Houston TX (Ath Grade RB/ATH)
2015 Platinum Star Award Candidate and
Derek Pitts (High School)
South Charleston HS, WV – Athlete - 11th
Coach David Riley, Speaker coordinator for the Glazier Clinic and founder of the unsigned senior showcase is here to answer your sports related questions in our “Ask the Duck” Segment. Youth football insider ... Coach Stednitz Josh is with with all the latest news in youth football. Coach Shoshana IZ Sportsmomonthego adds the perspective of the the sports mom in her "Sports Mom on the Go segment. Former NFL Quarterback Akili Smith and Coach Robby Preston rounds out the crew with the our "Air it Out segment. Coaches maker sure to have you note book ready for this segment !! For more information visit www.nsrfootball.com
On this episode we will hear from Tony Miano & friends regarding last weeks outreach at Superbowl 50. We will discuss the good, the bad and the ugly including interaction with a group similar to the Westboro Baptists and discuss ways that Christ may be honoured and glorified when confronting these angry people. We'll also hear from open-air preacher, James Bynum, an Ambassadors Academy graduate who frequents the streets in San Jose area, who has much experience with the group that goes by the name CryToGod.
We will also take in another section of Spurgeon's Soul Winner book and also hear from the word of God that we might delight in Him.
This week, Andrew Solomon discusses five new books about death and dying; Alexandra Alter has news from the literary world; Alexandra Fuller talks about Olga Grushin’s “Forty Rooms”; readers recommend books for Valentine’s Day; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.
This week, Michael Pietsch and Tom Bissell talk about David Foster Wallace’s “Infinite Jest”; Alexandra Alter has news from the publishing world; Chris Jennings discusses “Paradise Now”; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.
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Constance Miller a Seattle resident and author of the brain injury survival manual that was featured on Super Bowl XXXIV. Her book is entitled FROM THE ASHES, and she asks: “What is the future of football now that it has been conclusively linked to the severe, debilitating brain disease known as Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE. What are the moral and legal implications of football in the age of concussion? Recent studies have shown that developing brains of young children are especially susceptible to damage from brain injuries caused by concussions.”
Holder of a master’s degree in psychology, Miller is the managing director of the Seattle-based Brain Injury Resource Center, a non-profit clearinghouse operated by brain-injury activists since 1985. Providing a treasure-trove of information on the subject, the Center is manned by consultants that include neuropsychologists, lawyers and individuals suffering from TBI.
In the mid-1980s she authored the book “From the Ashes” -- a highly acclaimed work on head trauma and its long-term effects.
Miller and “From the Ashes” were the subject of a five-minute video segment on concussion that aired during the pre-game show of the ABC Television Network’s telecast of Super Bowl XXXIV between Tennessee and St. Louis.
She goes on to say “As the survivor of my own 1982 life-altering concussion, I am here to help other concussion survivors.
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