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Elisabeth Gifford grew up in a vicarage in the industrial Midlands. She studied French literature and world religions at Leeds University. She has written articles for The Times and the Independent and has a Diploma in Creative Writing from Oxford OUDCE and an MA in Creative Writing from Royal Holloway College. She is married with three children. They live in Kingston on Thames but spend as much time as possible in the Hebrides.
We are a team of two, Matt Snipes and Jonathan Matos, who met in our church's youth group, and became friends over a shared love for comic books and comic book films. Our love of good storytelling led us to create our own comic books, web videos, and now our own website, GraphiclyChristian.com. Our anthology series, Gauntlet Magazine, was a "call to action" for faith-based writers and artists to publish more genre and literary fiction, as well as an outlet for our own creations. Recent challenges have got us rethinking that format going forward, but our creativity simply can't be stopped! GraphiclyChristian.com in the new year will feature a new line of webcomics and video content, which we hope will inspire and excite a new generation of creative thinkers!
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Cumming, GA – There are few times more stressful for a family than when a child is preparing to apply to college. For the teen, the decision is fraught with anxiety: What is college? What am I going there for? What am I trying to accomplish while I’m there? It’s easy for a 16-year-old to feel overwhelmed by the prospect of making a decision that’s going to determine the course of the rest of their life.
Denise Holloway is a Certified Professional Coach and the founder of Life UnLtd!, a coaching practice that specializes in teens and parents of teens, taking them from fear and frustration to joy and appreciation.
“I have huge empathy for teenagers,” says Denise. “It’s a really pivotal time in their lives but it doesn’t have to be so difficult. I’m here to make it a little easier for them. I think it’s really needed.”
Denise says parents can make a tremendous difference just by being more open and being able to listen without judging. They can improve their teen’s lives by showing them the love they feel for them rather than getting tied up in their own fear. Parents can make a powerful impact by changing how they deal with their teenager.
“To be delayed at the beginning can be a terrifying thought but that’s a perception. Who are you racing against?” says Denise. “The decision your child makes can feel like a point of no return, but there’s nothing wrong with a wrong turn.”
Denise provides teens with a framework for how to make decisions the rest of their life.
“We’re creating our world all the time, we’re just not doing it consciously,” says Denise. “When teens realize they have choice and they’re making these choices, they can start to take responsibility for themselves and their decisions.”
This evening I will speak with and explore the music of E.C. Coleman a drummer and composer. As a musical director for Loretta Holloway, he gained a variety of experience performing around the world. After that experience, he auditioned and began playing with jazz bassist Al McKibbon. As a result of a call from drummer Billy Higgins, E. C. played with jazz saxophonist Azar Lawrence. Join us this evening to learn more about E.C. Coleman. Jazz lives on the Jazz Notes program.
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Learning to put yourself first is a milestone on your healing path. On today’s show, we are talking about getting to that milestone. Learning to stay focused and trust your inner voice are among the tools that help you reach your goal.
Guest Jen Helvie is a Poet, Holistic Health Practitioner, Nutritional Consultant & Herbalist. She uses her life experiences to help others realize that they are not alone when it comes to life's pain. After years of ignoring herself followed by years of being a part time caregiver, Jen started writing to be able to speak about her pain and struggles.
Her first book, Ebbs and Flows: Inside The Vastness of My Mind I Fight My Ego for the Space, has been embraced on a national level. New poems are published on her blog bi-weekly and in the upcoming monthly 2015 SIBYL Magazine: For the Spirit and Soul Of Woman.
Jen’s website is jenhelvie.com. You can find her book at jen helvie.com/book.
CTHRadio unites healing specialist with childhood trauma survivors. Your host, Susan Jacobi, a thriver after childhood abuse, knows healing is in replacing the trauma mindset. Her book, How to Love Yourself: The Hope after Child Abuse is available at amazon. Pick up her FREE ebook, 11 Tools for Happiness at conversationsthatheal. You can reach Susan directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FRI NOV 7, 2014 2:00pm til 5:00pm LIVE 12 HOUR a day, 7 days a week the number 1 QUARTET STATION in the WORLD, the NFI Radio Gospel Network, playig the very best in gospel music, featuring various gospel artist in CONCERT, today SAM COOK, TEDDY CROSS, CLARK SISTER, Rev JAMES MOOREM TEMPTATION, Rev JOHNNIE HOLLOWAY & GOSPEL JUBILEES, and more today from 2:00 til 5:00pm catch the WAVE today and following it's COMPENTARY music for the young people from 5:00 til 8:00pm it's a WAVE thing.
Rochel Marie Lawson is a Registered Nurse, Ayurvedic Health Practitioner, Holistic Health and Wellness Consultant, International Best Selling Author, Speaker and Radio Show Hostess. She is the President of The Health, Healing & Wellness Company founded to bring holistic health and wellness into the lives of individuals seeking a natural path to wellness. Rochele’s energy, guidance and enthusiasm have helped thousands of people improve their health and wellness, holistically and naturally. She is a successful entrepreneur and is the author of the book “Intro To Holistic Health, Ayurveda Style.” She has her own blog, www.ayurvedahealing.org, is a guest writer for Supermomceo.com blog and a contributing article writer for the International magazine, SIBYL. She has her own weekly syndicated radio show “Blissful Living.” Rochele has spent over 24 years assisting people to achieve optimal health and wellness so that they can live the life of their dreams with more energy, vitality, mental clarity, alertness and mental focus while reversing the aging process.
This episode Maya discusses Maggie Anderson's Emplowerment project, The economic lifespan of a dollar. The topic expands to the Black economic movement, Guests Andre C. Hatchett Co-Founder of BuyBlackNYC ( @NYCBuyBlack ) & Chicago's own's Sibyl Holloway of Sibs Breakfast Club ( @SibsChi ) & Sylvia Holloway of Love To Organize You to chat their black business promotion efforts in the city with SELFIE SATURDAY #BlackBizSelfie
Join LTBR hosts Stephanie and Lauren as they chat with Claudia Moss about her latest work.
Claudia Moss is the author of two novels, Dolly: The Memoirs of a High School Graduate (Holloway House) and If You Love Me, Come (self published). Her short fiction has appeared in a host of anthologies. Her poetry has appeared in Venus Magazine.
She is the author of the independently published Wanda B. Wonders series, which introduces the enigmatic Everywoman, Ms. Wanda B., who is a humorous social commentary, unafraid to voice her opinions on contemporary life in shades of black and white. Wanda B. Wonders Sings the Bailout Blues is the third book in the series.
Welcome to our First Annual Angry Devas Temple Service show
Chuch starts at 11. Dont be wearing no big ass hats n sitting down Front! Dont brang yo ass in late with that finger in the air either. Like we caint see yo ass behind that "this lil light of mine" finger you're waving!
lets have fun and discuss the Dark Goddess. Deva will be reading from the Book of Sibyl and sharing channeled messages. You dont want to miss this.
Combining the forces of law enforcement, well-known forensic experts, and college students the Cold Case Investigative Research Institute (CCIRI) has investigated several high-profile crimes including Natalee Holloway, Chanda Levy, The Boston Strangler, and Tupac Shakur.
Founded by Sheryl McCollum 10 years ago, the CCIRI is a partnership that brings together researchers, practitioners, and the criminal justice community to develop new capabilities and work collectively to advance research, training and techniques in solving cold cases. The objectives of CCIRI are to provide the means, resources and guidance for Criminal Justice students to determine the solvability of actual unsolved crimes.
Host website: DonnaGore.Comhttp://donnagore.com
Cumming, GA – It’s natural for teenagers to push their boundaries. It’s a time in their lives when they’re becoming more and more independent and they’re treated like they’re not independent. Teens need to assert this independence while parents need to assert their authority. It can be a struggle.
Denise Holloway is a Certified Professional Coach and the founder of Life Unltd., a coaching practice that specializes in teens and parents of teens, taking them from fear and frustration to joy and appreciation.
“I truly believe that the limits we see, feel and believe are self-imposed,” says Holloway. “That’s the unlimited part. I love helping others break through those limits. What is it that you really want and what does that look like? I get the biggest charge from working with people who are confused and overwhelmed."
Holloway developed a passion for coaching teenagers following her experience with her son, a junior in high school at the time who simply would not wake up to go to school. Every morning they would go through this same process: she would tell him to wake up; within half an hour, a fight would ensue.
“One day we had one of our usual morning,” recalls Holloway. “I went back to the reading I was doing for the coaching program, a book called The Mastery of Love by Don Miquel Ruiz. I realized every word out of my mouth with my son had been about fear. At that point I decided to step back and come from a place of love and not fear.
“That’s always been behind the interest of being involved more with teenagers. I just had a lot of sympathy and empathy for parents and teenagers because it is a tough time for them. People don’t give teenagers enough credit for who they are so it’s a passion of mine to help them.”
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