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Brokeness is the price that individually we must pay for revival. There is a need to engage in sacrificial prayer which must be accompanied by our love and devotion to God. Dennis Mbogori will enhance our understanding on the required price for revival: Listen live: 8pm ET, 5PM PT, 6pm MT, 7pm CT at 619-393-2852 or live/archived: www.pinnacleofpraiseshow.com
Thanks. Beatrice Ndura - Host
Hands Up, Don't Shoot! Reactions from the struggle on the streets! Please feel free to use this platform to connect the people around the world to the struggle in the streets. #BlackLivesMatter
Call in and share your perspective about police shootings and the death of black people at the hands of law enforcement.
This is a non-scripted show.
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After a disappointing loss to the Brooklyn Nets on Monday, Brad Stevens and the Boston Celtics head to Atlanta to square off against the Atlanta Hawks.
Matt Rury of Careless Whispers Podcast and Warren Shaw of the Baseline Podcast will be tonight's hosts.
The The Garden Report's Jared Weiss will be return on Wednesday, versus the 76ers at TD Garden. Weiss will be calling in with the Grandstand APP Celtics Locker Room report.
On this episode of the Yanks Go Yard Radio Show, host and senior staff writer Ricky Keeler has more on the latest Yankees' Hot Stove rumors. Plus, what are Ricky's thoughts on the protecting of Ben Gamel, Rookie Davis, and Johnny Barbato by putting them on the 40-man roster?
At 9:05 PM ET, Jacob Misener from Cubbies Crib joins the show to take a look back at the Cubs' 2015 season. Ricky and Jacob will talk about the rumors from last week involving Brett Gardner and Starlin Castro. Which team would that work better for in a trade? Jacob will also give his thoughts on what he thinks the Cubs should do this winter and whether or not he thinks they will land David Price.
Then, at 9:30 PM ET, Michael Cambria, the editor at YGY joins Ricky to talk about how Robinson Cano is reportedly unhappy in Seattle and wants to return to NY. Is there anyway the Yankees could make that work? After talking about Gardner/Miller, they will give their top 5 reasons to be thankful as a Yankees' fan in honor of Thanksgiving.
You can interact with the show at anytime by calling us at (347)-324-5455 or tweeting us: @YGYRadioShow
In this episode of ODWIRA we examine the use of our Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Languages in the context of ritual and the ramifications for those Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) who were dispossessed of the knowledge of their direct Ancestral language as a result of the Mmusuo Kese (Great Perversity/Enslavement era). We examine the nature of Sacred speech as embodied by the Obosom (Deity) Hu in Khanit and Kamit (Nubia and Egypt).
We examine our book UBEN-HYENG The Ancestral Summons:
Odwirafo Kwesi Ra Nehem Ptah Akhan
Aakhuamuman Amaruka Atifi Mu
Akwamu Nation in North America
SAVING OUR GIRLS - YOUNG GIFTED BLACK AND DEPRESSED
Our special guest is a young female blogger Lauren Carson, Executive Director and Founder of BLACK GIRLS SMILE INC. Lauren comes to tell a story about the reality of our young females being depressed. She was diagnosed at age 15 of being clinically depressed. What did that look and feel like? What were the resources and help available to her? How did she manage to recover and get better?
What steps can a person take if they suspect either they or someone they know is experiencing depression? Who/What is most valuable to the young person? How do you get the young person to open up and discuss?
Tune in and learn some basic techniques you can use immediately to improve your life.
See you on the radio.
Mangroves of Australia - Biotopes on Natures Talk Shows Biotopes Series will be the topic of discussion.
Mangroves are vascular plants, that is they have a well-developed system of conducting tissue to transport water, mineral salts and sugars. They are found in the intertidal zone where they are flooded by tides. Mangroves are plants that live between the sea and the land, where they are flooded by tides. This is called the intertidal zone. The word 'mangrove' is given to either an individual species or to a group of unrelated plants, living in areas that are flooded by tides.
They grow as trees up to medium height and shrubs in saline (pure seawater (3% to 4%), to water concentrated by evaporation to over twice the salinity of ocean seawater (up to 9%). They grow in the tropics and subtropics – mainly between latitudes 25°N and 25°S in sheltered areas like estuaries, river banks and marine shorelines. They may also grow in protected temperate coastal areas.
Australia has around 980,000 hectares of mangrove forests, which is less than 1% of Australia’s total forest cover.
They grow in the soft mud between the half tide and the high tide mark. Part of the root system (pneumatophores) are always above the ground level and are able to take in oxygen during low tide as the soil they grow in does not contain any dissolved oxygen.
They use salt water as a source of water for transpiration and exclude most of the salt from that water and excrete or store excess salt..
On Tuesday November 24th at 9pm est,8pm cst and 6pm pst. We look forward to you joining us. If you would like to join the conversation visit our chat room on our web page or call in to our studio number
Join Rev. Dr. Deborah L. Johnson on "Living in the YES" on Life Conversations Radio Network. (Encore Presentation)
She brings spiritual tools you can use to upgrade your understanding about Spiritual Qualities and how you can apply them in your life as a daily practice.
Tonight's Topic: Abundance
Call 347 426 3346 or SKYPE
Rev. Deborah L. Johnson is the founding minister and president of Inner Light Ministries, an omnifaith outreach ministry dedicated to teaching the practical application of universal spiritual principles to all of life’s circumstances.
She holds a vision of oneness, beyond creed and doctrine, and feels particularly called to heal the sense of separation between those adhering to conservative and progressive ideologies.
She is founder and president of The Motivational Institute, an organizational development consulting firm specializing in cultural diversity serving the public, private, and non-profit sectors. As a dynamic public speaker, she is known for her ability to bring clarity to complex and emotionally charged issues.
For more information about Rev. Dr. Deborah L. Johnson go to www.DeborahJohnson.org
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Welcome to Music 4 Life® Radio where we practice healing Mind, Body and Spirit to support healthy lifestyles! November's theme of Gratitude with today's topic of Thanks Giving is explored with host Judith Pinkerton, licensed music therapist and founder of Music 4 Life®, and her guest Marquita Pierre-McAlister, keynote speaker and spiritual leader for the Center for Spiritual Living Southern Nevada, in spiritual partnership with Music 4 Life®.
Today's music choices from Oprah are explored to understand how we use music to feel gratitude. Find our music recommendations and Judith's commentary at Music4LifeBLOG.
Download your favorite podcast from 66 more Music 4 Life® Radio shows in iTunes. Learn how your personal music listening habits affect your health in Judith's TEDxTalk "Music Powers Potential."
Tonight’s Topics “The Price Of A Black Life.” Chicago cop indicted over murder of “The Fear Game.” The goals of the media following the attacks in Paris. “Shit Just Got Real.” Turkey shoots down Russian jet. Putin vows consequences. “The Bigger The Lie.” Why every time Trump lie, his poll numbers go up? “Your ASS IS BLACK.” How desperate whites are trying to redefine blackness. “My Conversation With A Knee-grow.” “The Hypocrisy Runs Deep.” Betrayal of the so-called spiritual leaders. “What Is White Privilege, U Ask?” How white’s exercise white privilege everyday and dont even know it. “The French Connection.” How America and France are inextricably joined at the ideology. “Ending On A Positive Note.”
National Geographic International (now FOX) producer, Dawn Drew, has been to India more than 100 times and she recently spent three months filming around the country. Dawn says that each visit to India offers something new and that travelers should go beyond the iconic attractions for an authentic travel experience. We'll also talk about the state of Goa--the popular resort that you may not have heard of.
Actress Stefanie Powers, best known for her role as Jennifer Hart in the television series "Hart to Hart", leads a double life, one in front of the camera or on stage and the other as a chamption for animal preservation and protection. She started both interests at an early age. When she was 15 years old she took to the stage but her love and protection of animals started with a rat named Petey much earlier. Stefanie helped create the William Holden Wildlife Foundation in memory of her long-time partner and she supports animal conservation efforts of several other organizations. Stefanie also continues her craft on camera and the stages around the world.
Friendly Planet Travel is a popular group tour operator that we first became acquainted with during a trip to South Africa for our honeymoon. We discovered the amazing price points that Friendly Planet offered for a great value. Apart from the competitive tour prices, the mission of Friendly Planet and its backstory reflects courage, love, luck and transformation. We spoke to founder, Peggy Goldman, about how travel helped her heal and reinvent herself following a divorce and loss of her son.