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On the show this week I had Robert Green, founder of the non-profit organization Shining Warrior, dedicated to assisting the physically and economically challenged.
Visit Shining Warrior: shiningwarrior.org
Visit Vehicle for a Vet: vehicleforavet.org
Visit Jason Rodie's page: jasonrodie.org
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On this episode of NTR: Non-Tree Radio, Hosts Courtney and Michelle discuss why it is necessary to be the best "you" you can be in order to have the best friendships and relationships possible - and the steps you can take to becoming the best you.
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On this episode of NTR: Non-Tree Radio, host Courtney Lambert talks with featured guest Amy Perrin about making career MOVEs and their experiences in this area. Career moves are not easy. Some people stay at jobs they hate because they have financial responsibilities, some people stay because they are afraid of change, and others stay because they don't feel they are qualified to do what they truly want to do. Courtney and Amy talk with listeners about their decisions to make moves in their careers and how they executed their plans. Afterwards, Courtney and Michelle continue the conversation with key points and suggestions. If you are looking for that extra push of encouragement to go after your dreams, don't miss this show!
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On this episode of NTR: Non-Tree Radio, hosts Courtney and Michelle discuss the importance of sharing what goes on in your life with others. Learn about how to start sharing with your friends and how it may help others overcome fears, grief and so much more. Also on this episode, the hosts will choose a winner for the contest they proposed on last week's episode.
The non-performing loan market has swelled in the past few years. Several billion are sold every quarter just from the GSEs and HUD. However, the secondary market has become very competitive and buyers need unique strategies and partnerships to acquire notes at more competitive price. Aligning with a non-profit can be beneficial to both the investor and the non-profit. Many loans are sold from HUD with specific outcome requirements that create a unique secondary market for the right partnership.
Joining the podcast is Tim Hayes with Southside Community Development. Tim works to partner investors and non-profits together in order to become qualified buyers NS Capitals non-performing loan and REO portfolio.
Join WORDS MAKE PEOPLE on Sunday January 31, 2016 from 1-3 p.m. (EST) for an important discussion titled: “INTERFAITH—101: Can/Should Muslims Pray for Non-Muslims?”
Many Muslims believe it improper for Muslims to pray for Non-Muslims. Is this belief consistent with the Holy Qur’an? Did prophet Muhammed ever pray for Non-Muslims? Are there any common Islamic practices that incorporate praying for other than Muslims?
Special guest: Imam Qasim Ahmed of Florida and Sister Ayesha Mustafa, the Editor of Muslim Journal.
You can listen to WORDS MAKE PEOPLE by calling 714 816-4673, then press 1 if you desire to ask a question or make a brief comment.
Consensual non-monogamy is often perceived as a couples activity. However, there are a good number of single men and women who participate in it. A single person participating in the swinging or polyamorous lifestyle faces many challenges that are unique to their un-coupled status.
Join Dr. T and Devin Kent in welcoming a special guest who will discuss her journey as a single woman in the swinging lifestyle. In this episode, we will learn what she ultimately seeks in her consensual non-monogamous life and hear about some of the trials, tribulations, and pitfalls she, and other single people face when choosing this path. This is sure to be a thought provoking discussion for couples and singles alike!
In the early 80s, Neil Sedaka sung "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do". His song was primarily about monogamous relationships, but his words are no less true for those who practice consensual non-monogamy. As a matter of fact, many feel a failed consensual non-mog relationship implies a failure in consensual non-monogamy. A failed relationship does not mean that a consensual non-monogamous lifestyle must end too. Join Devin Kent and Dr. T as they explore the difficulties and opportunities created by ending a consensual non-monogamous relationship.
The Center for Non-Profits is New Jersey’s state association of non-profits. For more than 30 years since its founding in 1982, the Center remains New Jersey's only umbrella organization for all charities in the state. Through advocacy, management assistance and cost-saving programs, the Center provides non-profits with knowledge, insights and tools so they can pursue their missions more effectively. The Center strengthens non-profits, individually and collectively, by:
Championing and Protecting
The non-profit community as an essential part of the social and economic well-being of New Jersey and its residents.
The most comprehensive information about New Jersey non-profits
Advocating for non-profits in Trenton and Washington
Communicating the value of non-profits through research and public education
Uniting our state's non-profits around common goals
and promoting best practices to foster effective, ethical organizations in furtherance of the public good.
In this episode of Live Fron Trenton we’ll discuss the leading issues affecting NJ non-profits with Linda M. Czipo, Executive Director of the NJ Center for Non-Profits
Join Devin Kent and Dr.T as they discuss fear being the death of our consensual non-monogamous live. Fear is an important emotion and can warn us of some very real dangers. However, it can also stop us from living through change. This is very true in consensual non-monogamy. If we can learn to handlle our greatest fears, our consensual non-monogamous lives can improve beyond our wildest dreams. Let's talk about how we can get over our greatest fears in consensual non-monogmy
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