• 00:29

    Prophetic Update - Feb March Words

    in Religion

    Prophetic words from the Lord for February & March for the Church.  


    “The days of Elijah are upon you, and there will be a mighty demonstration of My power. But you must walk in the Spirit of Might with CONFIDENCE that when I tell you to do something, you will not HESITATE to do it! So I have you in the frying pan, that all that cannot stand the test will be burnt off, and that all that remains will bring forth MY LIFE, and that you will obey without any argument, doubt or hesitation, or procrastination. Jesus only did what the Father was doing. THAT 100% dependency on Father is what I am trying to build in you My sons and daughters, that every step will be ordered. Remember I said I will keep him in perfect peace whose MIND is STAYED on ME. And I said the steps of a RIGHTEOUS man are ordered by the Lord. You must appropriate My righteousness.

  • 00:31

    Festival of Angels Radio with Host Linda West and Special Guest Linda Kingsbury

    in Spirituality

    The International Society of Angels is the only nonprofit organization that offers a one-stop resource center for anyone desiring to grow in their understanding of angels.  We hope to promote and circulate relevant, timely angelic information in an era of reason and logic - a time when spirituality is often disregarded and forgotten. We are a community that earnestly believes angels are closer than you think.
    The Festival of Angels Expo, in Portland Oregon, on April 18 & 19, 2015, will give you an exciting opportunity to purchase products and services while you participate in live demonstrations, food, fun and entertainment. There will be expert speakers sharing with you a variety of  topics. A few of these experts will be interviewed so you can get to know them before the Festival. http://thefestivalofangels.com


    Professional Herbalist and Clairvoyant Teacher, Dr. Linda Kingsbury joins us  to share her herbal wisdom and spiritual insights. Linda enjoys a lifelong intuitive connection with the natural world. She earned a PhD in Holistic Nutrition to support her clients and students in a balanced way. These experiences led to creating Spirit Herb Elixirs for the Aura, Chakras, and Conscious Creation. With the support of the Plant Devas, Dr. Linda grows organic herbs and flowers and prepares them into tinctures and flower essences. She has spoken at Whole Life Expos and Health Fairs around the country and she will joyfully share her passion for the plant kingdom with you today. She teaches classes in Herbal Medicine and Spiritual Healing in the Northwest with her home base in Moscow, Idaho. Her hobbies of swimming with wild dolphins, exploring horse heart connection, writing earth wisdom songs, and ecstatic dance supports all her work. www.SpiritHerbs.com


     

  • 01:07

    How To Balance Your Certifications As A Coach in The TRI World

    in News

    Join us tonight on IABT's Radio Show for Triathletes, Monday March 23, 2015 from 7-8 pm EST as we interview, IABT's member Joy Miles. The topic is How to Balance Your Certifications as Coach in the TRI World.


    IABT's Radio Broadcast purpose is to educate and increase participation of Blacks in triathlons and adds to the scholarly body of knowledge and discussion on how to change the face of triathlons for African Americans.


    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/iabtriathletes...
    Guest Call In Number: Toll Free (347) 826-7508(347) 826-7508


    Topic of Discussion: How to Balance Your Certifications as Coach in the TRI World.


    Key Points of Discussion;


    1. Views on African Americans in Triathlons?


    2. What are strategies to increase participation?


    3. What are factors holding African Americans back from TRI-ing?


    4. What do certifications do you possess?


    5. Why did you become certified?


    6. How do you leverage your certifications in the TRI world?


    7. What advice do you offer for others, especially, African Americans to become certified? What are some positive and negatives to certification?


    If you would like to make a donation to support IABT Radio efforts, please visit before or after the show http://www.theiabt.org/iabt-radio-show. Any donation amount would be greatly appreciated. ?#‎IABTMakingADifference? ?#‎IABT2015

  • 00:16

    Who's River is it Anyway?

    in Current Events

    Desoto Magazines article on the Buffalo National River in Arkansas Ozarks.  


    The end of 2014 brought a legal victory so significant for the Buffalo National River watershed in Arkansas that the nonprofit environmental law organization Earthjustice called it “a rare win against industrial agriculture and federal malfeasance.”


    Congress established the Buffalo National River in 1972 as America’s first national river. Over a million people visit this national park each year, spending over $46 million annually in local communities. Activities at the park include canoeing, fishing, swimming, caving, camping, hiking, hunting, and sightseeing.


    Last month, U.S. District Judge D. Price Marshall found two federal agencies liable for illegally guaranteeing portions of approximately $3.6 million in loans applied for by C&H Hog Farms, a 6,500-animal factory farm that began operating on a tributary of the river in 2013. The two federal agencies—the Small Business Administration (SBA) and the Farm Service Agency (FSA)—guaranteed these loans despite failing to conduct adequate environmental reviews.

  • 02:18

    Bridget Jeske-America Sweetheart

    in Entertainment

    Bridget Jeske Having played the role of Young Sara in the film short, 'So In Love' which is having great success in the independent film festival circuit.Highlights of being part of the filming process as a young actress whose career is starting to take off, the topic of teen pregnancy is an important message and that So In Love deals with it sensitively.Young Artist Award nominee, Bridget is already a seasoned actress in the film industry who is constantly seeking to take on new challenges. She loves singing, acting, swimming, martial arts, archery, rowing and horseback riding. She received a 2013 Young Artist Award nomination for Best Performance in a Short Film, Actress 10 & Under for her lead role in the horror, "Rumpelstiltskin" and just returned from LA where she finished shooting a feature film. Bridget has had other Lead and Supporting roles, including voice over and loves taking part in opera productions. Part 2 adolescents are obese. Obesity is among the easiest medical conditions to recognize but most difficult to treat. Unhealthy weight gain due to poor diet and lack of exercise is responsible for over 300,000 deaths each year. The annual cost to society for obesity is estimated at nearly $100 billion. Overweight children are much more likely to become overweight adults unless they adopt and maintain healthier patterns of eating and exercise.  Obese Video


    Bridget Work

  • 01:00

    Making A Difference for Blacks in Triathlons

    in News

    Tune in to IABT Radio Show for Triathletes on Monday, March 16, 2015 from 7-8 pm EST when IABT Executive Board Members, DrTekemia Dorsey and Keisha Kcr Ragoobir with one of our show host, Wendell Chuck Williams talk about the topic of "Making A Difference for Blacks in Triathlons"


    They discuss the organization's mission, vision, and what to expect for the remainder of 2015. Our guests will discuss the history of triathlons, the percenta...ge of involvement with African Americans, and the issues faced triathletes in the sport and being an African American triathletes, and much, much, more.


    You don't want to miss out on this ground breaking episode which will set the tone and foundation for the purpose of IABT's Radio and the difference this radio will make for people now and generations to come.


    Learn more about IABT at www.theiabt.org


    To become a guest, advertise, or sponsor the show, email iabtriathletes@gmail.com. 


    Be sure to follow IABT Blog Station to be sure to listen to archive shows.....


     

  • 01:09

    Turning Endurance Running into a Business

    in News

    Tune in tonight as we chat with Executive Director of The National Black Marathoner's Association, Anthony Reed. Anthony Reed took a simply love for the sport and turned it into a business that he awakes to daily and enjoy engaging in. Anthony Reed will discuss the impact of how running has changed his life in more ways than one; how he has achieved milestones in life such as completing over 100 marathons including running on all 7 continents; how the movement of recognizing and providing a historical perspective of African  Americans in endurance sports can and will have on past, present and future generations.


    This is not an episode you want to miss. Be sure to tune in and tell a friend. Find out more about the International Association of Blacks Triathletes (IABT) at www.theiabt.org 

  • 01:00

    let's talk sports.....

    in Entertainment

    Keith  and  Penny are chop it up about evrything from basketball to tennis every Monday at 9:00 pm.


    To give y'all a taste of what is to come they will be doing a special SHOW TONIGHT at 9:00 PM, and it's a lot to discuss


    Like the Mayweather and Pacquiao fight that's finally taking place 05/0

  • 00:52

    The Author's Talk Show with Tiffany Carmouche (Romantic Suspense best seller)

    in Books

    Best Selling Author Tiffany Carmouche has been given the title, The Queen of The Cliffhanger and Best Unknown Author You Need to Discover.  


    When Tiffany Carmouché is not writing suspenseful romance novels (The Imposter, Obsession and Sacrafice, Becoming Invisable, Pictures Lies & Promises, Blood of an Angel), you can find her sculpting, traveling, teaching, singing, dancing, escaping in music or enjoying her family.


    She is sought after speaker and coach that helps people live life to the fullest and find their true essence.


    From skydiving in Alaska to scuba diving in Hawaii, Carmouché has traveled the world seeking adventure and it is apparent in the books she writes and workshops she gives. Her adventures include riding camels in Africa, swimming under the stars in Puerto Rico, dancing salsa in Ecuador, and walking the cobblestone roads of Assisi, Italy. She has also found fulfillment working with the disabled and orphans in Argentina and Mexico. Her most cherished moments, however, have been watching her two beautiful daughters grow and strive to accomplish their own dreams.


    Despite all of these amazing experiences, she has survived many struggles. There was a time she felt defeated, but now she is recommitted to savoring experiences both in the novels she writes and in the life she lives. She is committed to helping others in her coaching, workshops and in  serving the marginalized. 


    You can learn more about Tiffany, her work, her books, and get in touch with her through her website www.tiffanycarmouche.com.

  • 00:38

    #TeamChaplain - Low Vision and Blindess Awareness Month

    in Radio

    Join #TeamChaplain (Chaplain, Patrina, Nancy, Crystal and LaShanda)


    Reported by the National Prevention of Blindness, the total economic disorder for eye disorder and vision loss is $139 Billion. (http://www.preventblindness.org) 


    There is a Focus on Eye Health National Summit, June 18th in Washington DC.  The Focus on Eye Health National Summit was organized to elevate the national dialogue around vision and public health issues.


    Common Eye Myths: Failure to use proper glasses will hurt your eyes; reading in dim light can damage your eyes; eating carrots will improve your vision; there is nothing you can do about preventing sight loss; an eye exam is only necessary if you're having problems; watching television too long or sitting too close can damage your eyes.


    Leading cause of vision loss for Americans age 65 and older is AMD (Age-Related Macular Degeneration).  Preventive steps is a regular eye doctor visit, learn and watch of symptoms and signs, don't smoke-eat healthy-stay active.


    Another cause for loss of vision or scarring of the corneal is development of fungus due to wearing contact lenses.  Preventive maintain routine eye doctor exam, dispose contacts when instructed, maintain proper lens hygiene, remove lens when showering, swimming or any water activities.

  • 01:01

    Celebrating Black History - In Literary Color

    in Travel

    Step into the words and paintings of award-winning writers and artists as we celebrate black history in literary color. Award-winning artist Michele Wood’s work reflects a deep sense of history and place. As a painter, illustrator, designer and writer, she has gained wide recognition and has earned multiple awards including the prestigious American Book Award for her first book, Going Back Home.  Michelle is also a Coretta Scott King Illustrator Award recipient from the American Library Association.  Michele’s artistry continues to explode in her other works, I See the Rhythm and I See the Rhythm of Gospel.


    Fond memories of swimming with “Uncle Martin” is how a small Paula Young-Shelton recalls many days with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  As the daughter of former United Nations Ambassador and former Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young, Paula offers a human side to the icons of the civil rights movement through her young eyes.  Paula’s accounts are colorfully shared in her children’s book “Child of the Civil Rights Movement.”


    Pulitzer-Prize winning author Isabel Wilkerson chronicles America’s Great Migration of African-Americans in her epic novel, The Warmth of Other Suns.  Isabel shares many accounts of African-Americans who left the south between 1915 to 1970 in search of freedom and opportunity and, in doing so, changed a nation and the world.  The Migration of over 6 million black folks from the south not only transformed society, politics, economics and culture, these events also changed the course of history

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