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  • 01:01

    THE SHADE TREE BLUEGRASS GOSPEL SHOW

    in Religion

    Bluegrass Gospel Music is the heart of not only rural America, but is well recived and has fans in many area'a and venue's. Bluegrass festivals,T.V.,Radio, The College Campus,Churches, and family get togeather jam session,Bluegrass Gospel is a music you can really feel in your heart and soul.


    WE CAN GO A LOT FARTHER TOGETHER THAN WE CAN ALONE.


    PRAY FOR AMERICA,ISRAEL,OUR CHURCHES,OUR LOST,OUT MILITARY,& POLICE OFFICER'S


    GIVE YOUR THOUGHT TO JESUS,HE WILL GIVE YOU PEACE

  • 00:31

    Storyshucker Stu Perkins on Tell Me a Story

    in Culture

    Storyshucker Stu Perkins on Tell Me a Story – no need to pinch yourself, it is actually happening today, Friday, August 28th.  We have tried a couple of times but the 3rd time has indeed been the charm for us here at The Magic Happens Radio Network. Visiting Stu’s blog, Storyshucker, and reading his tales is like taking a step back in time to when people took priority over popularity and family was the ‘inter-net’ where you learned everything. Oh, and that blog address is http://www.storyshucker.wordpress.com so be sure to head over and catch up the archives and see what heart-warming story has been shucked of late.  Also, keep an eye open for a brand new Chicken Soup for the Soul book, Volunteering and Giving Back, because Stu Perkins is one the contributing writers.  We cover this and more in today’s Tell Me a Story, a presentation of The Magic Happens Radio Network. Find us at http://www.themagichappens.com/


    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/themagichappens/2015/08/28/storyshucker-stu-perkins-on-tell-me-a-story

  • 01:29

    Straight Out of Common Sense Part I

    in Current Events

    In this show, the host will invite listeners to call in and/or chat about the state of America. The movement to define, what it means to be "black" in America is creating social and economical issues for the poorest communities. In this show we will discuss this issue and what should be done by local and national leaders to help avoid the destruction of a race. We will also address the black American health issues that continue to plague our communties and families. Please open your minds, and tune in to a controversial yet hot topic. 

  • 00:32

    Marketing Pulpit - TX (MPI-TX)

    in Marketing

    Tune in  each Thursday Morning from 10:30-11:00 AM (CDT) and 11:30-12:00 AM (EST) to The Little Flower Literacy and Economics Radio Show. Hosted by Dr. Florita Bell Griffin in Houston, Texas and Leon Gatewood in Morven, North Carolina, the Little Flower Show addresses the connection between illiteracy, economics and communities. The show is an affiliate of Marketing Pulpit International, Washington D.C.


    Dr. Griffin, a Houston, Texas author, creative director, urban planner and urban and regional scientist, is concerned with analytical approaches to problems that are specifically urban, rural and regional in nature. Functional illiteracy in youth, and its link to the economic stability of communities is an urban, rural and regional problem that deeply concerns her. She believes that improving literacy is the way forward for communities who want to boost their local economy, and that investing in creative literacy vehicles today is necessary for building a solid and secure future tomorrow.


    Leon Gatewood, is the co-founder and CEO of Helping Our Loved Ones Learn And Achieve! HOLLA!, a non-profit Community Development Corporation in Morven, North Carolina, with a youth literacy mission. Since formally organizing in 2011, HOLLA! has caused over a half million dollars to be injected into the Morven Community, which using the Economic Multiplier Effect equates to approximately two million dollars.

  • 00:41

    CAREER PATHWAYS IN READINESS IN JOHNSON COUNTY,KY SCHOOLS​

    in Education

    CAREER PATHWAYS IN READINESS IN JOHNSON COUNTY,KY SCHOOLS?


     


    ?Kentucky is a forerunner in Education...YES THEY ARE...and WIN LEARNING  bring us Noel Crum, CTE and Innovation Coordinator in this rural school district and their innovative approaches to college and career readiness

  • 02:01

    In Short Order -- Dr. Charles McWilliams

    in Health

    This active, Medical Order is the last such organization, carrying on the work of monastic medicine, and we wish to have it preserved for the benefit of future generations as well as serve a lasting memory of a movement that contributed significantly to the Renaissance of today’s modern medicine. This heritage included languages, transcription, folk tales, ceremonies, etc. about traditional medicine, and all the medical and nursing skills that were handed down from generation to generation including surgery and ambulatory care. These traditions and practices reflect the spirit of members and communities of the doctors from Europe to the Americas, to the Philippines. This intangible heritage is at great risk as the natural and spiritual heritage must be preserved to the world for future posterity.


    The new school emphasizes the biological sciences in relation to theistic evolution, bedside diagnosis, tropical medicine, laboratory, emergency medicine, minor surgery, chaplaincy, nursing, and rural primary care. Academic learning will work in concert with clinical rotations in the rural clinics sponsored and operated by the Order.


    Description: The program is combined online studies with clinical rotations as service to the Order's Hospitals and primary care centers. The centers are currently located in Nevis, West Indies; Quito and Santo Domingo Ecuador; Malakoff, Texas; Cyprus; with other centers developing. Enrollment is limited to members of the Order having taken monastic vows.


    Admittance into the School is by formal application with a referral of Knight in good standing. Upon application and confirmation, an appointment for personal interview is arranged.


    http://smoch.org/

  • 00:31

    When Accidents Happen (What to Do if You Hit an Animal With Your Car)

    in Pets

    We all hope it never happens--experiencing the misfortune of hitting an animal while driving.  But if it ever did happen, would you know what to do?  In many cases, people panic and drive off.  Sometimes accidents happen in busy traffic and it's not always safe to exit the vehicle.  And what about those situations where you are in a rural area and have a run in with a deer or other wild animal?  Would you know who to call or what actions to take.  In this episode of The Missy Show, we tackle these questions and present you with practical ways to handle such issues in the unfortunate event they occur. Join us Saturday, August 22nd at 5pm Central.

  • 00:29

    RA: 33ª Edição do Resumo Semanal das Noticias sobre Angola

    in Radio

    Rádio Angola (RA): Eis os temas abordados na 33ª Edição do resumo semanal da RA em 08/22/2015, apresentado por Serafim de Oliveira e análises e comentários de Carlos Lopes:


    1- O julgamento do Dr Mavungo e a prisão preventiva dos jovens ativistas.
    2- O Papagro faz dois anos de insucesso e lança o canal rural de escoamento de produtos agrícolas.
    3- A falta de divisas no mercado é para continuar segundo diz o Presidente do BNA.
    4- O aniversário do Presidente da Repúblico e o culto da personalidade em Angola.


    Perguntas e sugestões podem ser enviadas para info@friendsofangola.org. A Rádio Angola – uma rádio sem fronteiras – é um dos projectos da Friends of Angola, onde as suas opiniões e sugestões são validas e respeitadas.

  • 00:32

    Welcome To The Iowa State Fair...

    in Food

    During the dates of ("Aug12th- 23")  2015 Des Moines, Iowa becames the biggest most important rural city to visit.Why Food,Politics and Great People..On today's show Flavor Living Radio is honored to interview the . Superintendent for all food contest held at the Iowa State Fair her name Arlette Hollister tune in and listen as she share some greats facts.about the food contest in Iowa."I think it's an outlet for people,”  “Something creative they can relax with and enjoy bringing and competing...

  • 00:58

    Author Lorne Oliver Cooks Up Spine Chilling Terror In Madame Perry's Salon

    in Pop Culture

    Chef & Author Lorne Oliver Cooks Up Spine Chilling Terror In Madame Perry's Salon


    ABOUT THE AUTHOR


    Lorne Oliver was born and raised in the rural area outside of Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada.  It was the perfect place for him to grow up because his favorite thing to do was go hiking through the woods as often as he could with his dog Bullet at his side and a notebook in his backpack.  He first made the conscious decision to be a writer when he was ten and the school librarian asked if anyone knew any Canadian author's.  He put his hand up and the librarian said to come back when he was published.  Years later that same librarian came to the book launch of the first published anthology he was in.  It was not until June of 2012 that he published his first solo novel, Red Island.


    When he's not writing or marketing his work he is usually watching something that has to do with the
    mystery/suspense/thriller genre's or having fun with his wife, two children, and four dogs.  
     


    Tonight's show is sponsored by


    Tiger Lily Soaps An online store offering premium soap and other handmade luxuries.


    Scratch 2.0 Programming, by father & son team Denis and Artem Golikov


    Comcastro The geek culture podcast!


    Tails & Chills 24/7 Bowl For Pets


    Opening theme music, Miss E's Vacation, written and performed by Denton Perry.


     


     

  • 00:31

    Marketing Pulpit - TX (MPI-TX)

    in Marketing

    Tune in to The Little Flower Literacy and Economics Radio Show, hosted by Dr. Florita Bell Griffin in Houston, Texas and Leon Gatewood in Morven, North Carolina.  An affiliate of Marketing Pulpit International, of Washington D.C., the show airs every Thursday from 10:30 -11:00 AM CDT or 11:30 - 12:00 AM EST, and addresses the connection between illiteracy, economics and communities.


    Dr. Griffin, a Houston, Texas author, creative director, urban planner and urban and regional scientist, is concerned with analytical approaches to problems that are specifically urban, rural and regional in nature. Functional illiteracy in youth, and its link to the economic stability of communities is an urban, rural and regional problem that deeply concerns her. She believes that improving literacy is the way forward for communities who want to boost their local economy, and that investing in creative literacy vehicles today is necessary for building a solid and secure future tomorrow.


    Leon Gatewood, is the co-founder and CEO of Helping Our Loved Ones Learn And Achieve! HOLLA!, a non-profit Community Development Corporation in Morven, North Carolina, with a youth literacy mission. Since formally organizing in 2011, HOLLA! has caused over a half million dollars to be injected into the Morven Community, which using the Economic Multiplier Effect equates to approximately two million dollars.

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