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Sharlyne C. Thomas, 2013 Author of the Year (Newsome Awards), is an inspirational speaker and editor who was raised in the Christian faith and has served as an intercessor since 2003. She was given the vision for Sword of the Spirit Ministries in 2005 and has since then walked in her divine purpose to edify the Body of Christ through prayer and exhortation. Sharlyne is fulfilling this calling by distributing her monthly e-newsletters entitled “Take Up Thy Sword” and “Bizzness Nooze,” and publishing prayer guides such as When Heaven Hears Your Prayer, How Great is Your Faith? I See What You’re Saying! and P.E.P. (Prayer + Encouragement = Power).
Sharlyne C. Thomas
2013 Best Author of the Year (Newsome Awards)
P.O. Box 608297, Orlando, FL 32860
RotoExperts.com's weekly Fantasy baseball Podcast discussing and analyzing the week to week goings on in Major League Baseball and the impact on your Fantasy team. RotoExpert.com's Staff Writers Hosted by Chris MItchell @cjmitch73 and Co Hosted by Staff Writers @GeorgeKurtz, Ian Riley @Ian_Riley and Brandon C Williams @bcwilliams71.
A week to week news and notes discussion along with Fantasy analysis.
The “Wet Your Whistle” Series continues with MICHAEL MADRIGALE, HEAD SOMMELIER at Bar Boulud!
We can’t imagine anyone better than Michael Madrigale, Head Sommelier at Bar Boulud and overseer of the wines at Epicerie and Boulud Sud to talk us through how to intelligently buy wines in a restaurant. A Food & Wine 2012 “Top Sommelier” title holder, Michael is well positioned to guide us on how to order wines properly, what to consider, what to ask and most importantly, what NOT to do. In particular, the restaurant’s emphasis on Rhone Valley and Burgundy wines will allow us to relate specific examples of Michael’s wisdom in a narrower band to make the discussion far more applicable in a restaurant setting generally or specifically at one of the Boulud restaurants.
Join us live at noon on July 23rd as we continue our Wet Your Whistle series, and give you something tangible to show off with the next time you pick up the wine list at a restaurant!
I don’t know of ANYONE who is more QUALIFIED to teach us about “Salt” and the SIGNIFICANCE of “Salt” MORE THAN the NEXT FEATURED GUEST on “BonaFide Talk”----Evangelist Corey Thomas.
Ohhhhhhh THIS is going to be a SERMON and ½!!!! You hear me??
HA! I can't WAIT for Evangelist Corey Thomas to TAKE THE STAGE!!!
A look at how Surviving Breast Cancer plays in the family.
In this episode of the Divinely Intuitive™ Business Radio Show, Rev. Anne Presuel, Irreverent Rev, will be interviewing Kris Prochaska MA, Mission & Mindset Specialist
Once a therapist, now a coach and consultant, Kris uses her intuitive insight, clinical skills and knowledge of Human Design & Akashic Record Soul Design to help entrepreneurs develop Clarity, Courage, and Conviction - the hallmarks of thought leadership and a successful mindset.
With a whole lot of compassion and playful irreverence, she’s helped hundreds of women learn to calm the little voices in their head of doubt, fear, and shame, and learn to listen to, speak from, and create a lifestyle business in alignment with their Inner Voice. She is the author of Life Well Spoken: Free Your Inner Voice & Prosper.
Kris will be talking about the 3 C's of leaderships and how to find out who is on your Internal Leadership Team and how to work with them
Anne and Kris will be taking your calls and questions, so call in! It's going to be a game-changer!
We are a Forever Foster home based sanctuary currently housing 30 senior dogs at the sanctuary with 33 more in forever foster homes. We are located in Mount Juliet Tennessee, just east of Nashville.We Celebrate Senior Dogs and provide them loving, lifetime retirement homes. We are an all volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Our mission is:
To provide a loving home, good food, high quality vet care, compassion and comfort to senior dogs for the remainder of their lives.
To build a ForeverFoster Home network to enable us to place more senior dogs in loving, home settings for the duration of their lives.
To provide education on the joys and challenges of caring for aging dogs.
To work with other dog rescue groups to promote the adoption of senior dogs.
While providing a lifetime home for senior dogs, OFSDS strives to raise awareness of the joys and challenges of living with aging dogs. While never forgetting where these dogs have come from, we want to emphasize the positive aspects of their life in retirement.
We do not concern ourselves with the quantity of time that they have left, rather the quality of the life that we can provide them for that time.
Samuel Hawley was born and grew up in South Korea, the son of missionary parents. After earning BA and MA degrees in history at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, he returned to East Asia with his wife to work as a teacher for nearly two decades, first in Japan and then Korea, ending in 2007 as an associate professor of English at Yonsei University in Seoul. He additionally served for three years as head of Yonsei’s 3,000-student Communicative English Department, and as publications chairman and editor for the Royal Asiatic Society, Korea Branch. He continues to serve as general editor of the Society’s annual journal Transactions, the oldest Korean studies journal in the world, published since 1900.
It was in Japan in the early 1990s that Samuel started writing for magazines and newspapers on topics ranging from Japanese fashion and international travel to the world of sumo wrestling, daimyo clocks and fishing at urban tsuribori. By the late ‘90s he had turned his attention to books. His most notable work from this period is The Imjin War (co-published by the Royal Asiatic Society, Seoul and the Insitute of East Asian Studies, UC Berkeley, 2005) the most comprehensive account in English of Japan’s sixteenth-century invasion of Korea and attempted conquest of China, an event of seismic importance in the history of East Asia. He next focused on US Navy ensign and American diplomat George C. Foulk, Washington’s representative in Seoul at the time of Korea’s opening to the West. Foulk, one of the first Westerners to learn to speak Korean and to travel extensively in the country, was perhaps the foremost Western expert at the time on the “Hermit Kingdom." Hawley's interest in Foulk resulted in two books, America's Man in Korea, and Inside the Hermit Kingdom (both Lexington Books, 2007).
*TOPICS TODAY : Major End Time prophecies in the HEADLINES; ISRAEL's nearing MIRACULOUS 1-DAY Military VICTORY (Ezek 38,39) & w/ God divinely guarding her all the way.
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And, in order to prevent ANY interruptions to the 'LIVE' Broacasts or Heisnear.com's global outreach, then this is the exact right time for me to ask you to prayerfully consider contributing to the work of the Lord.
Your offerings are essential & HELP Heisnear.com reach more millions of souls during today's FINAL HARVEST.
Thank you for your prayerful consideration. ---rob conrad
"The HARVEST is plentiful but the laborers are few."
(the Lord Jesus Christ / Matt 9:37)
Called the "fastest hour in radio", Red Letter Edition - WEEKDAYS! makes short work of understanding the Bible. You'll be constantly challenged to verify your beliefs in a way that will ultimately result in a living and lasting relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. Logic and intellectual honesty are not ignored; rather, these characteristics are encouraged in Don's theological discussions.
On Sundays, look for Red Letter Edition - LIVE! This provocative show is an open forum, call-in show, with a chat room that's always alive with questions and discussion.
The Best of C. H. Spurgeon on The Wednesday Sermon Show.
Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-92) was England's best-known preacher for most of the second half of the nineteenth century. In 1854, just four years after his conversion, Spurgeon, then only 20, became pastor of London's famed New Park Street Church (formerly pastored by the famous Baptist theologian John Gill). The congregation quickly outgrew their building, moved to Exeter Hall, then to Surrey Music Hall. In these venues Spurgeon frequently preached to audiences numbering more than 10,000—all in the days before electronic amplification. In 1861 the congregation moved permanently to the new Metropolitan Tabernacle.
This weekly show spotlights some of the very best speakers from around the world providing encouraging, inspirational and uplifting messages.
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