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  • Prayer Time with Bishop John & Dr. Janice Crenshaw

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    SCRIPTURE: MATTHEW 24: 34-36
    We Must Pray- Continue to Pray- Believe in Prayer, in the mighty name of JESUS!!!
    EVERY TUESDAY EVENING- 8PM EST.    Thank you and JESUS is LORD!!
    This is PRAYER TIME w/ BISHOP JOHN CRENSHAW.    Connect also with Dr. Janice Crenshaw on FACEBOOK for Wisdom Tips, Health Tips and The Word of the LORD: https://www.facebook.com/drjanicecrenshaw
     Every Believer in our LORD and KING JESUS the CHRIST are CALLED to PRAYER!!!
    CALL IN NUMBER: 347-843-4559---------------> WEBSITE AND CHAT ROOM: blogtalkradio.com/menletstalk
    Welcome to the Men's Let's Talk Internet and Global Radio Network where JESUS is LORD and the WORD of GOD Stands and HOLY SPIRIT GUIDES us!!!
    Prayer Time w/ BISHOP JOHN CRENSHAW!!!!   Thank you for your time and contact Kevin Vaughan @ 404-401-0233, as needed.   BLESSINGS in the name of our LORD!!!

  • Turns Out Our Pets Are Anxious Too with Animal Communicator Joan Ranquet

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    Our pets are so good at reading our mood and comforting us when we’re sad or stressed. We can learn to return the favor. 
    Poor mental health is surging these days. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, nearly 1 in 5 adults struggle with some form of mental health issue.  And our pets are not immune; they are suffering with anxiety and depression just like the rest of us. Research by Guide Dogs UK reveals that nearly 75% of dogs showed signs of poor mental health in 2022. 
    Much like humans, an animal’s mental distress can manifest as anxiety, fear, or destructive behavior, depending on the severity of the condition. And an animal doesn’t need to experience extreme abuse or neglect to exhibit those symptoms. Sometimes a big change, such as moving to a new house or losing a loved one can trigger a response. Some dogs are even showing signs of post-covid social anxiety, with “other dogs or cats” surpassing all but “loud noises” as the leading cause of canine anxiety in 2022! 
    Today's special guest, Joan Ranquet, is an accomplished animal communicator of over 30 years, an author, TEDx speaker, educator, and animal guardian. She donates her time to animal rescue missions, sanctuaries, and therapeutic riding centers, and is an avid fundraiser for organizations focused on the rescue, recovery, and rehabilitation of compromised animals and endangered species. She has served as Star-Lioness, an advisory/sounding board for the Global White Lion Protection Trust, and on the Spiritual Council for The Gentle Barn. 
    Joan’s newest book is Emotional Freedom Technique for Animals and their Humans, Creating a Harmonious Relationship through Tapping.  She is also the author of several other books.

  • The CPS Podcast

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    On the first Tuesday of every month, at 11 am Eastern time, from September through May, Dr. Ross Greene and Lives in the Balance Director of Outreach Kim Hopkins cover a wide range of topics related to children’s concerning behaviors in general and the Collaborative & Proactive Solutions (CPS) model in particular.  You can call into the program to get your questions answered or submit them via email here.  And, if you can't listen live, all the programs are archived on i-Tunes.

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    Continuing education for teenage parents

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    On our show today, we discuss Continuing education for teenage parents with Heidi Christensen . If you are a pregnant or parenting teenager, you are still entitled to the same training and education as other students. While continuing education can be challenging in your situation, it is possible if you know your options and a way forward.
    Guest Speaker Information: Heidi Christensen, Program Director E-mail: hchristensen@cfraz.org Website: http://childfamilyresources.org


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  • Big Mommaz' House

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    BREAKING generational curses while honoring generational gifts...

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    Dealing With A Narcissist Ex-Spouse

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    On our show today, we discuss Dealing With A Narcissist Ex-Spouse with ShaRon Rea, Certified Life and Parenting Coach. Narcissistic personality disorder is a mental disorder in which people have an inflated sense of their own importance, a deep need for admiration and a lack of empathy for others. But behind this mask of ultra-confidence lies a fragile self-esteem that’s vulnerable to the slightest criticism. ~Mayo Clinic 
    Guest Speaker Information: The Whole Family Coaching E-mail: ShaRon@thewholefamilycoaching.com Website: www.thewholefamilycoaching.com

  • You Are More Than: A Primer for Finding the Light in Your Heart with Amy Stark,

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    You Are More Than: A Primer for Finding the Light in Your Heart with Amy Stark, Ph.D.
    INSPIRATIONAL FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY. You are More Than: A Primer for Finding Light in Your Heart explains with clear examples “who you are is more than what you see on the outside.” The book gives children and teens an opportunity to explore how they are part of the world around them. It helps them find the connection by breathing, and connecting with the energy of the planet, and learning that when they do this, they will feel attached to everything around them. You are More Than explores the idea that this life-affirming connection gives a person purpose and a chance to be of service.
    Dr. Amy Stark, Ph.D. is a highly respected clinical psychologist based in California. She received her doctorate from the California School of Professional Psychology in San Diego. Her background in education is in child psychology. Dr. Stark is best known for her work with children in high-conflict divorce situations.
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  • The Spiritual Power of Dogs with Heather Leigh Strom

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    Dogs have long been termed man’s best friend. They are known for their loyalty and devotion. It has been proven how they can bring comfort and happiness to people.  Their faithfulness is unquestioned. Some even claim they have healing and spiritual connections to humans. But what makes dogs stand out? Why are they so devoted to us?  What is the special connection with humans and dogs unlike any other?
    Today's special guest, Heather Leigh Strom, is the author of the critically acclaimed and best selling book, K9 Spirit Guides: The Healing Power of Man’s Best Friend.  Heather will be discussing the social connection between human and dogs, what the connection is, and why dogs are truly man's best friend and most loyal companion, She will also be talking about the proof of the fact that dogs facilitate healing, elevate awareness, and expand our consciousness.
    Heather has more than thirty years of experience working with and healing the physical body. But it was never quite enough for her. She felt there was still something missing. In the Spring of 2020, a very unique spiritual awakening began to unfold in her life. This is when the Core Four Spirit Guides began working with her, showing her what needed to be healed, and then providing the resources for her to achieve it fully. She experienced profound divine healing, a complete rebirth. With this new elevated consciousness she began to hear the K9 Guides speaking to her. She discovered that her mission is to share their gifts of healing with the world.

  • Finding Joy and Community in Every Stage of Life with Florence Ann Romano

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    We all learn toxic stuff from our parents but it’s our job to unlearn those patterns and behaviors because they often get replicated in both romantic relationships and friendships. Today's special guest, Florence Ann Romano, is an expert in relationships and understanding how to unlearn some of these toxic traits and better identify our relational habits in order to foster healthier long term bonds with those close to us. 
    Her latest book, Build Your Village, delves into the significance of the connections, relationships, and influences that shape our identities. It offers readers a practical and strategic guide, not only to improve their lives but also to love more deeply and completely, benefiting everyone around us. Florence Ann is the leading voice on how to embrace this approach every day.Similar to a framework like love languages, she teaches several personas that make up a supportive village, and highlights that while individuals may possess traits from multiple archetypes, they primarily foster relationships based on one.
    Florence Ann Romano is an author, philanthropist, businesswoman, personal growth strategist, and village and childcare advocate with a sparkling personality. With an eye for marketing, Romano flourishes as both an advisor for and the vice president of business strategy for Yakkety Yak. Florence Ann is a proud member of the board of directors at the Children's Research Fund as well as Female Strong. She is also a founding member of Sesame Street's Leadership Council. After spending more than fifteen years as a childcare provider, during which she was known as the Windy City Nanny, Romano is the authority on childcare and family support in this new millennium and has more than five hundred media appearances discussing these topics. For more information, visit www.florenceannromano.com.

About Family

Like the TV show, modern families come in all shapes and sizes. Many children are a product of divorce, are in touch with both their biological and adopted parents, have two moms or two dads (or both), or are being raised by their grandparents. No matter how atypical the face of today's family, the values stay the same: love and support. Moms and dads will find plenty of support in BlogTalkRadio's parenting shows, especially those about time-management topics that fit both stay-at-home and working parents: organizing kids' activity schedules, decluttering, reducing the workweek, managing stress, making quick meals and more. We've also got shows about friendship – you know, your family of choice rather than family of origin. Just remember: everyone's family seems dysfunctional in its own way. And family may irritate you, but more often than not, you can always count on family to pick you up from the airport.

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