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  • 00:16

    Robb Rourke of Texas

    in Politics

    We like to talk a little politics, but we like to hear what you have to say, simply because it your opinions that matter to us!

  • 00:34

    International Sunday School Lesson Isaiah 59:15-21/wk 08-02-15 by Grover Weaver

    in Christianity

    In this week lesson, Isaiah deals with the tragic nature of sin and the need for a Redeemer. Sin ties the hand of an Almighty God, it is quite distressing He turns and hides his face from the sinner. Isaiah 59 message is God’s search for a methodology to redeem him; only until a body was fashion for the Son did he have a worthy Redeemer.


    V15, closes out the narrative by saying ‘’...(man’s) truth faileth; without God there is no hope of salvation. Where there is no justice there’s no peace from God. He is displeased.


    V16, the bible tells us for forty-two generations, transformation was not the way to save man soul. No matter how good he was his sin nature remains.


    V17, the Son ashion in the form of a man He put on the breastplate of righteousness and the helmet of salvation upon his head; drape Himself in the garment of ...


    V18...Satan and ‘’his Imps’’ will pay in spades.


    V19 And,’’...so shall they in the West fear the name of the Lord and his glory from the rising sun...


    V20 & 21, make a promise that the Redeemer will come to the House of Jacob, Class, the text is talking about the twelve sons of Jacob ‘’who turn from their transgression’’. The Lord will not forget his first born. Redemption will come to Zion henceforth and forever.


     


     


     

  • 00:31

    Clinic Surgical and Special Procedures (class one)

    in Education

    Welcome to class one of Clinic Surgical and Special Procedures. In effort to be effective in this class, you will need to have your required text book and materials. You are also required to be completing internship and may have to report to campus as least once a week for clinicals. Students registered for this class must be sure to send your attendance flag word to your Instructor and the admin education attendance office. Thank you for attending classes and enjoy your learning journey!

  • 02:06

    PTRN Presents - Nature Magic w/Selena Fox & Circle Talk

    in Spirituality

    7 PM CST - Nature Magic with Selena Fox: Community Practice


    Examine ways to practice Pagan Spirituality through participation in Pagan church communities, centers, online networks, festivals, projects, and other organizations.


    8 PM CST - Circle Talk with Deb Rose:  PSG Workshop Presenters - Tarot with Gina:  Join Circle Minister Deb Rose as we continue our series on the presenters of Pagan Spirit Gathering.  An opportunity for those who were scheduld to present at PSG to share their information with the community.  Tonight, Deb Rose is joined by Mama Gina who will share the Tarot workshop information she was scheduled to present at PSG.


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    Music for PTRN open and close provided by SJ Tucker, For more music and information, please visit http://sjtucker.com/

  • Working with the Spirit presents: Trifling Tuesday-Old School WWTS!

    in Paranormal

    Back again!  Join Lady A and I as we have an old school edition of Working with the Spirit.  That's right!  We'll be talking hoodoo, giving out work, laughing it up, and playing tunes!  Tune in, call in, and join us on the porch for some fun!  We're back to rocking chairs and sweet tea!  Have questions?  We'll try our best to answer them!  Have a problem?  Let's see if we can solve them.  Follow the link or call (646) 564-9782   See you tonight at 9pm EST

  • 00:45

    A YEAR IN THE LIFE OF A SUBSTITUTE TEACHER : YO MIZ'S ELIZABETH ROSE

    in Education

    THIS WONDERFUL SHOW WAS SCHEDULED FOR 1030A BUT I ( YES, I)PUT IT IN FOR 15 MINUTES RATHER THAN 45 MINUTES SO WE'RE RE-DOING A COMPLETE SHOW WITH THE EXTREMELY TALALENTED TEACHER AND PERFORMER  ELIZABETH ROSE ABOUT HER MEMOIR OF HER YEAR AS A SUBSTITUTE TEACHER IN NYC AT NOON

  • Dr. Fred Says ... The Essential Oil, "Oregano ... Origanum compactum"

    in Health

    "Doctor Fred Says..."  The Essential Oil, "Oregano ... Origanum compactum"


    Join Dr. Fred Valdes on Wednesday at 12 NOON CT - July 21st, 2015 - as he continues with our series on Essential Oils. Today he will speak about the AMEO tm essential oil, "Oregano ... Origanum compactum" by Zija International. He will also share with us the new studies on the norovirus which has affected a number of cruise ships. 


    Each Wednesday, Dr. Valdes - along with his associate Dlynn Saumer - brings us up-to-date information on the state of health in the world today. 


    Presently Dr. Valdes teaches part-time at a medical school close to Miami. His background is emergency medicine and he has spent many years studying complementary medicine. Within his team are doctors, chiropractors. therapists, alternative health care practitioners and professional athletes

  • Let's Coach! with Mark & Carolyn - Building Winners

    in Goals

    Let’s Coach with Mark and Carolyn, Wednesday, July 29, 2015, Noon EST


    Building Winners


     


    What makes a good team?  How does it all come together?  Coach Jerry Franks knows how.  He’s built winning football programs, championship football teams, and dynamic staffs time and again.  He uses team building lessons that apply across the board; whether its football, life or business, the rules work.


     


    Jerry builds winners.  He’s done it on the football field, in the classroom, and in his own small business for almost 50 years.  Currently head football coach at St. Mary’s Ryken High School in Leonardtown, Maryland, Jerry has coached at both High School and College, worked as a teacher and high school Vice Principal and run a small business.  A member of the Maryland Football Hall of Fame, Jerry has won multiple championships, including the Maryland State 3A Championship in 2000.


     


    Join Mark and Carolyn, as Coach Franks shows us how to build a winning team.

  • 02:01

    Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris

    in News

    Oren M. Levin-Waldman, Ph.D., Professor, Graduate School for Public Affairs and Administration at The Metropolitan College of New York, has just written "Minimum Wage Supporters Need to Learn How to Socialize Conflict" which dissects the famous work by political scientist E.E. Schattsschneider work in "The Semisovereign People," which describes two sides to a conflict, those involved, the actors, and those sitting on the sidelines, the spectators. We'll learn the role each plays in the dynamic of life, politics, and, yes, the minimum wage. Enjoy an hour that reveals much in the palatable approach expressed by the professor who opens the hour this Wednesday, July 29, 2015 @ 10am


    Dan Murphy, Editor-in-Chief of the Rising Media Group attends the program at 11am. The issues tend to revolve about the City of Yonkers. Join in the mix.


    Rubén Díaz Jr., President, The Borough of the Bronx, attendd the program day at 11:30am. Scheduled to appear for over a week's time, we today learned the New York State Department of Labor revealed increased job numbers continuing a steady drop in the borough's unemployment rate. We'll learn what it has taken to turn the borough around. While prospects for continuing investment in The Bronx are strong, the likely Puerto Rico's Municipal Bond meltdown is analogous to that of Greece. The default deadline is this Saturday, August 1, 2015. At issue is whether the $70 billion debt could affect The Bronx, New York City, and many Caribbean Islands. Is Puerto Rico too big to fail? We'll find out what the ramifications may be.


    Send get well wishes to John Wiles, P. O. Box 3186, Pinehurst, NC 28374. He and wife Laurie Bogart Wiles anchor our weekly Thursday opening segment "Driving Me Crazy." 


    Call us at (347) 205-9201.


     

  • 01:00

    Tourism in Redondo Beach

    in Current Events

    Our guests this morning are Deborah Shepard, Pat Dreizler and Krista Barns and we’re going to talk  about tourism and the history of tourism in Redondo Beach.


    After 30+ years in hospitality sales, training and management, and a prior career as a Reading Specialist- Special Education Director, Deborah’s passion to drive excellence through doing what you love led her to create Destination Excellence.


    In 1956, Pat Dreizler moved from Independence, Missouri to Avenue F in Redondo Beach where she continues to reside. Soon after her arrival, she began a lifetime of community service by volunteering at the high school teen club known as Diana’s Canteen, which she affectionately refers to as our city’s ?rst counseling center and leadership program. 


    Krista Barnes founded The REEL Project in 2008 shortly after completing a humanitarian education project at the Kala Refugee Camp in Zambia. Krista has worked on various humanitarian projects in both South America and Sub-Saharan Africa.  Additionally, she has worked in the international film festival market on documentaries and independent films for over ten years as both a freelance producer and publicist. 


    The Chamber's Tourism Committee consists primarily of Redondo Beach hoteliers and hospitality marketing professionals who are passionate about Redondo Beach and want to share their knowledge of our lovely South Bay city with tourists from around the globe. Our guests this morning are going to do just that.


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    To Find Out More about Jackie Balestra visit


    http://www.SouthbayByJackie.com


    To Find Out More about George Butts visit


    Web: http://www.MBCERTA.org


    Email: gbutts@mbcerta.org


    To Find Out More Your Host, Joe Terry visit


    On Facebook at ...


    http://www.Facebook.com/TheSouthBayShow

  • How to naturally give a knock-out punch to fruit flies with Aunt Fannie's

    in Environment

    Mat Franken, CEO and Founder of Aunt Fannie, Inc.


    Mat is founder and CEO of Aunt Fannie’s, maker of FlyPunch!, a product that positively impacts the global food supply chain by eradicating the devastating and E.Coli-transmitting fruit fly.  He is a leader in natural and non-toxic products that increase food safety, decrease spoil in food, minimize produce contamination, bolster profits for food manufacturers, and improve both commercial and home kitchen experiences. Prior to Aunt Fannie’s, Mat’s career was in private finance with a Swiss-based global financial institution.  There he served 60 families, advising c-level corporate executives and entrepreneurs in overarching estate, tax, financial, and investment planning. In addition to his professional roles, Mat has been the Founder and Chair of multiple grass-roots level non-profits and currently serves on the board of NEXT, a non-profit organization focused on fostering the entrepreneurial ecosystem for high-impact companies in the Carolinas. Mat also serves as a Mentor for multiple accelerator organizations, such as The Iron Yard, a high tech accelerator and national code school as well as the incoming Founder Institute headquartering in the Carolinas. Mat is a founding member of OpenWorks, a ‘self-sustaining’ co-work facility that helps foster Carolinas-based start-ups. And, these efforts have recently garnered Mat a nomination for the 2017 Liberty Fellowship (Aspen Institute).