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Thursday night while Dave is taking a break we have a fill in guest co-host from Two Black Sheep Radio Network's The America I See with Charlie Melchner chatting it up.? That's what we have in store tonight for all of our listeners! And look at the topic......could be why Dave decided to take a night off and out of range of the political fall out!
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This is one episode you'll want to hear live....cause if I have to edit it for the replay you'll never know what you missed! All of us are really looking forward to this show!
Bob Granger - Rock & Roll with Grange and Two Black Sheep Radio
Charlie Melchner - The America I See
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Each and every Friday morning at 9:00 AM EST you need to tune in to listen to "The Morning Blend" with Tom & Annie Daidone. This dynamic couple will share with you an exciting "blend" of everything based on their life experiences in all topics "Blended".
Don't miss the best way to end up your week with enticing stories, great tips and exact ways that couples can be a powerful force in life and business....together!
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Art Thomas is a missionary-evangelist who travels the world to train and equip Christians for Spirit-filled ministry. He is the president and CEO of Wildfire Ministries International — a global ministry that seeks to spread the Gospel to difficult regions, train pastors, plant churches, build orphanages, and more. Art is author of The Word of Knowledge in Action, the director and producer of the movie Paid in Full, and the lead author and developer at SupernaturalTruth.com. He lives with his wife, Robin, and two boys, Josiah and Jeremiah, in Plymouth, Michigan.
Annette Bentley Smith, a writer of children’s short stories, rhyming poetry, and picture books for ages 0-4 and 5-9. She lives in Georgia with her husband, two sons, her granddaughter and her stepdaughter.
Mrs. Smith’s educational background includes a high school education and a graduate of "The Institute of Children’s Literature." A self-taught writer by looking and learning from other writers, she developed a passion for writing when she was in elementary school.
It took her own children to get her to this point in her writing career, working around and helping numerous children in her time. Ms Smith plans to continue to help many more through her writing. Her granddaughter, Melody Rayne, enables her to stay current with the preschool and elementary scene.
One of her 5-star reviews on Amazon.com read like this:
“Loved this story! Enjoyed the poetic way it was put together, the diversity of both nannas, and the importance of the love of a grandparent. It made me happily reflect on my own childhood and how I will forever cherish all the memories I have with my grandmothers and fathers. Really appreciate stories like these! Thank you so much Annette for the refreshingly diverse story!” - Stacey Culpepper
Visit Annette at: www.AnneCorpLiteraryWorks.com/ or www.Facebook.com/MrsAnnieBooks/.
More than two years—that's how long Paul stayed in Ephesus. When the Spirit finally allowed him to visit Ephesus, Paul settled in at the synagogue...until they expelled him, after about three months.
So, Paul and his disciples relocated at the School of Tyrannus, where Paul taught daily for two more years. Was this an effective use of his time? We'll see.
Also, what is an "extraordinary miracle?" I thought any miracle, by it's very definition, was extraordinary. Luke must have seen something extra-special!
Paul accomplished much and continued writing while in Ephesus. Again, we'll see.
Hang on for a rough ride in the later parts of the chapter...coming later.
"Birds of a feather flock together" as the saying goes. The people you draw to you are people who reflect some aspect of yourself. Ideally, they reflect your best self, but sometimes they don't. Do you find yourself holding on to a friend with whom you are always arguing, or saying unkind things about them behind their backs - and you suspect they do the same to you? A real friend is someone who is concerned about your well being, and takes care not to hurt your feelings. Some of your acquaintences may deeply resent you. They may harbor jealousy or envy. They secretly hope you fail, they are glad when you appear to be suffering. These are not your friends, but you may be holding on to them our of habit. Are you in toxic friendship? Is it time to change the people in your life?
Dimitri’s Opening Monologue (from the LifePedigree.com studio)
Hillary Clinton might have won the battle when debating Bernie Sanders but she is losing the war. I’ll tell you why. Donald Trump complains about dirty tricks during the South Carolina GOP primary, and no one cares. Ted Cruz is doing just what I predicted and The Donald has made himself incredibly vulnerable
Joshua Katz, Libertarian Party of Connecticut, discloses how the election rules are rigged - outrageously, shamelessly and repeatedly - by the Duopoly of DeRps (Democrats and Republicans). And not just in his state, but most likely, your state too. Call it the illusion of free choice when you see only two miserable choices when you vote
Glenn Knox, a white man, shares his disturbing experiences with racism as an employee at a historical black college
Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
“God closes a door and then opens a window,” people sometimes say when dealing with their own disappointment or someone else’s. That was certainly true in Marguerite’s case. Children from European as well as Native American backgrounds in seventeenth-century Canada benefited from her great zeal and unshakable trust in God’s providence.
Marguerite at the age of 20 believed that she was called to religious life. Her applications to the Carmelites and Poor Clares were unsuccessful.
In 1654, the governor of the French settlement in Canada invited her to come to Canada and start a school in Ville-Marie.
Soon after starting a school, she realized her need for coworkers. Returning to Troyes, she recruited a friend, Catherine Crolo, and two other young women. In 1667 they added classes at their school for Indian children. A second trip to France three years later resulted in six more young women and a letter from King Louis XIV, authorizing the school.
Marguerite established a school for Indian girls in Montreal. At the age of 69, she walked from Montreal to Quebec in response to the bishop’s request to establish a community of her sisters in that city. By the time she died, she was referred to as the “Mother of the Colony.” Marguerite was canonized in 1982.
Despite the difficulties we experience in our every day lives, there is excellent direction on what to do and how to to it form a variety of sources. In this message, part 2 of a two part series, we continue to explore the transformation that involves people, culture, economics and most everything else in our world, our "Radical World." It takes a different kind of thinking to permeate the challenges we face today, seeking how to turn failure into success or chaos into order. This is where many individuals find themselves.
My guess is that is has not been easy for people in most any era of world history, so, why should it be different now? Well, it isn't. I wonder how many people truly experience a sense of belief in themselves along with the sense of power it takes to find that right path. I talk a lot about this and believe it takes a different type of life to see it work; a lifetime of "Making A Radical Life Work In A Radical World." That's where we're going.
Join Carina and I tonight for a special “At the Movies” edition of Heart2Heart Radio (#Heart2HeartRadio) previously So Random Saturday tonight at a special time, 10:00 PM MST on the Coach on Fire Radio Network (#CoachonFireRadio).
Walt Disney's Saving Mr. Banks.
In addition to being a wonderful movie with incredible performances by Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson, there are lots of great lessons for life, love and business we can learn from the film. What would a Disney movie be without that?
In a lively fun discussion and a catchy sing a long tune or two, we will explore the lessons embedded in this brilliant Disney feature.
For those of you that don't know the story or have not seen the film. Walt Disney's daughters begged him to make a movie of their favorite book, P.L. Travers' Mary Poppins (1964), he made them a promise - one that he didn't realize would take 20 years to keep. In his quest to obtain the rights, Walt comes up an insanely difficult writer who is not about to let her beloved magical nanny get mauled by Hollywood. But Travers finds herself all but broke and reluctantly travels to LA to meet with Walt. For weeks in 1961, Disney pulls out all the stops, armed with imaginative storyboards and chirpy songs. But Mrs. Travers doesn't budge. The rights begin to move look like they might slip away forever. It is only when Walt reaches into his own childhood that he discovers the truth about the ghosts that haunt her, and together they set Mary Poppins free to ultimately make one of the most endearing films in cinematic history – Mary Poppins