Mentor, minister, philosopher, spiritual guide... Roy Masters was Americaâ€™s first radio counselor and is the author of more than 16 acclaimed books on health, stress, parenting, religion, and success. For nearly half a century Roy Masters has been an institution on radio, and his "Advice Line" radio program is currently broadcast nationwide on 130 radio stations and available via the Internet. Visit www.fhu.com to learn more.````
By Roy Masters
Eco Warrior Radio: The Green | Sustainable Entrepreneur's Source for Motivation | InspirationJoin Now to Follow
Boost your motivation to create a green, sustainable planet with Ecopreneur Steve Sapowsky. We will dive into the carbon footprint, clean energy, climate change, social activism, education, politics, self- help, and so much more. Eco Warrior Radio is a listener-fueled podcast, so please leave your comments and ratings to make us the top-rated sustainability podcast on iTunes. Special thanks to Sam Crowley.
By Steve Sapowsky
We're pleased you could join us for New Song Christian Fellowship's daily episodes of Walking Through the Word with Pastor Dale Evrist. This book by book journey through the scriptures, is dedicated to helping you understand God's truth, and how to live out that truth in confident faith and loving obedience. Don't forget about Walking Through The Word's “Word For The Week" episodes uploaded for you every Sunday morning. In these episodes, Pastor Dale Evrist brings his presentation of and perspective on the weekly Sunday teaching, prepared by the New Song Christian Fellowship Teaching Team for our one church, multiple congregations. We pray this podcast blesses and empowers you as you advance His kingdom. Be prepared for the Word to change you.
By Pastor Dale Evrist
FEATURED AS "NEW & NOTEWORTHY" BY APPLE 2013-2014 *** Urban Dharma NC is a new Buddhist center, a community-in-progress in western North Carolina. We are committed to the growing of Dharma, for Dharma to take roots in our lives here in this corner of the world, in this part of North Carolina, on the soil of these Appalachian mountains. Our motto "Changing Minds, Transforming Cities" expresses the vision of living the transformative teachings of the Buddha in a contemporary, urban context where we ground our lives in Dharma. Urban Dharma NC emphasizes integrating rather than compartmentalizing, engaging rather than retreating, communing rather than isolating. *** We believe that Buddhist teachings have much to offer, not only to those who self-identify as Buddhist, but more fundamentally to all who seek to live intentional, compassionate, and balanced lives. And we believe that we can do this best when we have a community that is welcoming open and supportive. *** Introductory topics include: meditation, mindfulness, stress reduction, Tibetan Buddhism, Chinese Buddhism *** Advanced topics include: Vajrayana, the Drikung Kagyu tradition, Chod, Milarepa, Tara, and more. *** Please report any issues with the podcast to firstname.lastname@example.org *** You may visit our website and donate via PayPal to support our work at http://tiny.cc/udncpodcast
By Urban Dharma NC
Through Self-Help I will go looking for the young vibrant, healthy, positive person; who I lost somewhere along the way. I share the discoveries I make with my audience, so that they are able to improve in their own self-help quests that they are on. I am looking at improving my personal standing through self reflection and personal growth. Help my family to improve their sense of self-worth and inspire them to build their own wealth, success, and family. Using faith and productivity skills that I am learning I believe I can help other people and show them that no they are not the only who has lost themselves and you are actually normal.
By Bryan Goodwin
Engaging in the heresy of honesty! This podcast promotes free-thinking truth-seeking in religion, politics, health and the environment. It includes you into our weekly Truth Conversations (group) and Truth Talks (one on one) which consist of experts and professionals conversationally sharing their perspectives and allowing participants to dialogue with them about their expertise. We've had P.h.D biologists, Unitarian Universalists, libertarians, free-thinking atheists, biblical scholars, and conservative Christians share their story, area of knowledge, and provides the perfect environment for healthy debate. We discuss theological, socio-political, historical, health, environmental and philosophical issues in order to make more informed decisions for the betterment of ourselves and the world.
By Dan Mages