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The House of Seven Beggars Synagogue presents The Shul Study Hall. Each Tuesday at 8:00 PM (Eastern Standard Time) we will explore the various laws, traditions, writings and concepts of Judaism with your host, Rabbi Aryel Nachman ben Chaim - Senior Rabbi for the House of Seven Beggars Synagogue. The House of Seven Beggars Synagogue (http://sevenbeggars.com) is a virtual synagogue serving those of the Jewish community who are unable to attend a physical synagogue for reasons of distance, physical restrictions or lack of a Jewish community. It is our mission to ensure that every Jew who desires to be part of a community has that opportunity. The House of Seven Beggars Synagogue is a free and open traditional synagogue. Synagogue members and gusts are welcome to attend the studies.
IT'S THE LAST SHOW OF THE YEAR!!!!! NO HOLDS BARRED!!! OPEN MIC!!! NO THEME!!!! It has been a great year to say the least. So much has happened. So many great shows. Awesome features. Wonderful topics. Amazing conversation. Delicious rebuttals.I could go on but I will let you do the talking tonight. Tell us what is on your mind. Tell us about the year. What you liked. What you didn't like. What was great about the shows. What was horrible. EVERYTHING!!!! We want to hear it all and give it all. Let's close out the year with a bang!
Joyce Keller is a psychic with a long history of helping others. Please check her website for more information at www.joycekeller.com
Joyce has a long-runing radio show on WGBB 1240AM in New York 9 pm Sunday evenings and has written seven books published by Simon & Schuster, St Martin's Press, Adams Media and others (see website.).
On April 16, 1846, nine covered wagons left Springfield, Illinois on the 2500 mile journey to California, in what would become one of the greatest tragedies in the history of westward migration. Dick regressed a 51-year-old woman back to a past-life where she found herself as a little girl at the age of 10. She and many others were trapped in snow drifts at the Donner Pass in California.
Living off the bodies of those that died along the path to Sutter’s Fort, the survivors were reduced to seven by the time they reached safety on the western side of the mountains on January 19, 1847. Only two of the ten men survived, including William Eddy and William Foster, but all five women lived through the journey. Of the eight dead, seven had been cannibalized. Immediately messages were dispatched to neighboring settlements as area residents rallied to save the rest of the Donner Party.
Everyone sees the success stories of becoming and entrepreneur, it's all bull... Entreprenurism is anything but increased revenue, gains, smiles and easy. Some entrepreneurs are born and some are made. The working without a net syndrome isnt easy, one learns to step carefully or at least watch their steps. After twenty seven years in healthcare, it ended with a less than three minute phome call. Be very careful assuming your job is secure. Know what your about to get into becoming an Entrepreneur, how do you know if being an entrepreneur, works for you?
Superstar singer, Marvin Gaye's baby sister, Zeola Gaye, sets the record straight about her big brother's incredible life and tragic death. It includes a Foreword by Grammy Award Winner, Carlos Santana and shocking excerpts from a letter handwritten by Marvin, himself. This is a must-read tell all for any Marvin Gaye fan or music enthusiast.
Zeola was a large part of Marvin’s life, working with him on tour in many capacities, as well as singing background on his hit “Got To Give It Up,” and performing as one of his dancers on his European and U.S. tours.
Zeola served as personal assistant to her brother on his last tour “Midnight Love.” She spent most of her time with Marvin, during his ups and downs after his tour ended in 1983, until his untimely demise.
Zeola’s credits include writing and co-producing the successful stage play, My Brother Marvin. She is currently collaborating with her sister, Jeanne Gaye on the stage play My Brother Marvin II.
“My Brother Marvin, a Memoir by Zeola Gaye” is Zeola’s new book about life with Marvin, and is long overdue—twenty seven years to be exact. Zeola felt that she and her family could no longer live with all of the rumors and inaccuracies that have been written or taped in documentaries about her brother and her family.
Finally Zeola has written the true untold story, and is setting the record straight about her brother Marvin.
Fans around the world who loved and appreciated Marvin and his music, will appreciate the book, “My Brother Marvin, a Memoir by Zeola Gaye,” written by, and from the heart of his sister.
Brace yourself for an introspective ,,,,,,,,,
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Join Rev. Dianner Frazier and Rev. One Eagle every Tuesday night as they offer free psychic readings from 8-10-pm, est. If you would like more detailed readings, you can contact them directly after the shows.
Tell all your friends about the show and find out why so many people are talking about - SPIRITLIGHT
This will be the First of Two Christmas shows from Rev. One Eagle
Followed by Rev. Dianne Frazier who will take the first seven callers and offer a free reading
Northern Ontario recording artist and entertainer Sacha-Lee is a singer songwriter with an edge. Her music is a mixture of Country, Rock, Blues and Pop, which reflects the different styles she was raised listening to.
Born into a family of musicians, Sacha-Lee has been performing since the age of seven which would explain her comfort on stage. Her ever ready smile and intoxicating energy makes everyone feel like a part of the party.
Her second and latest album entitled The Music Made Me Do It really reflects those different styles with “Forever Thing” a Country-Pop song about knowing when a love will last through the ages, and for the die-hard Country fans out there, there is the haunting “Alone and Waiting”.
Tune in to get to know Sacha-Lee and her music.
Tricia Goyer, Cara Putman, and Sarah Sundin invite readers to turn back the clock to days gone by as they listen to Bing Crosby sing of sleigh bells in the snow and get to know the Turner family. Three siblings forge their own paths in a love story filled with the wonder of Christmas. Hailing from the heart of America in Lafayette, Indiana, these characters will never be the same as the reality of America’s involvement in World War II hits incredibly close to home.
Tricia Goyer is the best-selling author of more than forty-five books, including fictional tales delighting and entertaining readers, and nonfiction titles offering encouragement and hope. She is a two-time Carol Award winner, as well as a Christy and ECPA Award Nominee. A popular blogger, Tricia contributes to a number of homeschooling and Christian parenting sites. She and her husband, John, live in Little Rock, AR. They are the parents of six.
Cara Putman, the award-winning author of nineteen books, including Shadowed by Grace, graduated high school at sixteen, graduated college at twenty, and completed her law degree at twenty-seven. She is a lecturer on business and employment law to graduate students at Purdue University and also practices law. Cara is currently pursuing her Master’s in Business Administration at Krannert. She lives with her husband and four children in Indiana.
Sarah Sundin is the author of six historical novels, including In Perfect Time (Revell, August 2014). Her novel On Distant Shores was a double finalist for the 2014 Golden Scroll Awards. Sarah lives in northern California with her husband and three children, works on-call as a hospital pharmacist, and teaches Sunday school and women’s Bible studies.
"You should be able to have a career that doesn’t steal your health away. We are giving away our most precious asset – our health – for wealth. . . Our career shouldn’t cost us our health." Simple and yet powerful words from Dr. Michelle Robin, founder and CWO (Chief Wellness Officer) of Your Wellness Connection.
In her 23 years of serving as CWO of one of the nation’s most successful integrative healing centers, Dr. Michelle Robins shares timeless tips on what it means to achieve wellness doing the work that you love:
Commit to a mindshift - pursue your vision through small changes in big shifts
invest your time wisely - be mindful of the people you’re cultivating relationships with -
Plug into your community - make it simple and consistent.
Through it all, Michelle shares her simple and consistent business plan, "Get in there, and be patient and not spend more than what you make."
Noted film critics James Colt Harrison and Diana Saenger drop by to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of The Shawshank Redemption. Cast members Morgan Freeman, Clancy Brown and Gil Bellows have also been invited to share their comments about working on this remarkable 1994 movie that earned seven Academy Award nominations, including a Best Actor nod for Freeman. Both Freeman and Tim Robbins practically transformed themselves into two unconventional prisoners for their key roles in this acclaimed motion picture. Their splendid portrayals helped viewers understand the vitue of patience and hope. Among the supporting cast, Clancy Brown was excellent as a chief guard and Gil Bellows received praise for his turn as an unlucky prisoner who becomes the catalyst for big changes in the lives of the two main characters. The Shawshank Redemption won the Humanitas Prize, the Crystal Heart Award from the Heartland Film Fest, and was among the National Board of Review's Top Ten Films of 1994.
James Colt Harrison and Diana Saenger recently attended the AMPAS tribute to The Shawshank Redemption and have agreed to discuss that event during this special episode.