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Hope-Filled, Positive and Encouraging Radio! Live a life of impact, purpose and victory! We will show you how! Guests are living extraordinary lives that will inspire you to overcome every challenge. We deal with many subject matters important to you including but not limited to: health, education, disabilities, writing, publishing, leadership, faith, cancer, depression and volunteering. Dr. Diane Dike our radio host is President, Founder and Director of Second Chance with Saving Grace (SCwSG) and the Cryoglobulinemia Vasculitis Organization (CVO). SCwSG is a 501c(3) nonprofit that helps hurting people and animals. Diane is an award-winning author, speaker, singer and humanitarian, with a heart full of compassion to help others and make their dreams come true. Her uncommon courage and heart to serve desires everyone to find a place with the SCwSG family. No matter your challenges or where you live, SCwSG can be home for you to share your gifts and talents with this hurting world. ​ ​ After rescuing Gracie, an injured and homeless Italian greyhound, Diane trained her to become her service dog. Gracie helps her overcome and more safely live with cryoglobulinemia vasculitis​, a life-threatening blood disease that almost took her life and limbs. Through many outreaches, books, speaking engagements, shipping/delivering of Love Kits, radio, TV and a Foster/Adoption home, Diane and dedicated volunteers transform lives and make the world a better place. Second Chance with Saving Grace and the Cryoglobuliemia Vasculitis Org.

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Born in South Africa, raised in Zambia and now living in the United States, Mariette Kusmaul has been in business for herself since 1983 and has founded Marketplace Motivations, which offers empowering resources and opportunities... more

Haullie Volker is Fibromyalgia survivor and the Founder of the Facebook community "Voices of Fibromyalgia" as well as the host of "The Fibro Show" - a radio show for survivors of fibromyalgia. She has also created an awareness... more

March is Autoimmune Disease Awareness Month (ADAM) Virginia T. Ladd is the President and Executive Director of the American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association, Inc. (AARDA), an organization that she founded to bring a national... more

Illustrator Nathan Fisher and author Jeff Hugo are with us today to share their book, Salvation is...It is their hope and prayer that you connect with this book and accept the invitation to life, peace, and the adventure God has for you that is... more

Imagine feeling ill day in day out, perhaps deteriorating to the point you have to be in the hospital. No one knows what is wrong with you. Imagine seeing specialist after specialist, each trying their own theory and treatment, and still... more

After the introduction move the curser to 11:22 minutes. The show actually starts at 11 minutes 22 seconds. MamaSteph is a blogger with PositiveMed and retired nurse. She has 2 grown children, one daughter-in-law and one grandbaby,... more

Host Dr. Diane Dike was thankful to find Dr. Lee Altenberg through his website about 10 years ago. They enjoyed a phone call where Diane expressed her appreciation for his website full of helpful information. Over the years it has... more

Meet Marta Rode, a wife, mother, sister, daughter and a friend. Find the Common Thread to Autoimmunity Leader in Canada!"I use to be a very productive member of society as well as a very healthy and fit individual, running, biking, skiing,... more

Joyce will be talking about: The 2013 Vasculitis Symposium, July 12-14, 2013, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and what is the latest greatest with VF with a special message for all who live with and overcome cryoglobulinemia vasculitis!... more

In this show, Ed Becker talks about how the loss of a family member to a rare vasculitis disease called Polyarteritis Nodosa (PAN) ultimately led to the creation of an international patient advocacy organization called the PAN... more
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