This Podcast is loaded with TRUTH and evidence that God exists as Dr. Frank Turek Cross Examines ideas against Christianity from other worldviews such as Atheism, Islam, Pantheism and self-defeating ideas such as Postmodernism and Secularism.
By Dr. Frank Turek
American Urban Radio Networks (AURN) podcasts represent an array of topics including politics, entertainment, finance, wealth building, education, sports, entrepreneurship, civil rights, and advocacy. AURN is the nation’s only African-American controlled Radio & Digital network.
By American Urban Radio Networks
This is the story of Rose Campbell, a rich but lonely and sickly girl who has been recently orphaned and sent to live with her maiden aunts. When Rose’s guardian, Uncle Alec, returns from abroad he takes over her care. Through his unorthodox theories about child-rearing and her exposure to the exploits of her seven male cousins and numerous aunts, Rose becomes happier and healthier. At the end of a year, she is given a choice of which relative she is to stay with. Whom will she choose? This is an unabridged recording of Louisa May Alcott’s classic work, originally published in 1874.
By Loyal Books
Beloved by many generations of children, A Child’s Garden of Verses is a beautiful collection of children’s poetry. Sometimes thoughtful, sometimes whimsical, but always fun.
By Loyal Books
A podcast for moms who need a little more positivity in their day. Listen in for a new episode every Monday, Wednesday and Friday on parenting, lifestyle hacks and how to include positivity into your life. You’ll find the kind of encouragement you need! Become a supporter of this podcast: <a href="https://anchor.fm/lovemoreliveblessed/support" rel="payment">https://anchor.fm/lovemoreliveblessed/support</a>
By Crystal Mendez
We’re Hannah and Kelty, hosts of a podcast and video series that inspires parents to transcend their parenting struggles with awareness, grace and purpose. The work we do is grounded in the acknowledgement that we have just as much growing up to do as our kids. We search for meaning as mothers by engaging with the most difficult aspects of parenting — basically, all the things that make us want to drink wine and hide under the covers. Upbringing represents our journey to get more comfortable amidst our most uncomfortable experiences, inspired by the belief that THIS is where real growth lies. The hard stuff is the good stuff! The answers to our struggles are already within us, just waiting for the right questions to be asked. Let’s show up and grow up. We’re better together! Join the Upbringing today by subscribing to our podcast and newsletter. Visit our website, www.upbringing.co to learn more about us and our work. Watch our Dear Upbringing Happy Hour Conversations on IGTV or Youtube. We want to hear your thoughts. We care deeply about what you think and how you’re doin’, so get in touch -- we’re better together. Visit our website: www.Upbringing.co, email us: firstname.lastname@example.org, follow UpBringing on: Instagram: @up_bringing Facebook: @jointheupbringing Pinterest: @jointheupbringing
By Hannah & Kelty
Jack the Giant-Killer, Tom Thumb, Goldilocks and The Three Bears, Henny Penny, Dick Whittington, The Three Little Pigs, Red Riding Hood and a host of immortal characters are found in this delightful collection of English Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs. The book made its first appearance in 1890 and has remained a firm favorite with both young and old ever since. Fairy tales have traditionally emanated from France and Germany. The famous compilations by La Fontaine and the Brothers Grimm have overshadowed children's literature for centuries. Yet, many of the stories we recount to children today have an English origin, something that we were unaware of. The author, Joseph Jacobs, was an Australian folklorist and historian who painstakingly compiled them from various sources. In the preface to the first edition he recounts how he collected some stories from the descendants of English immigrants in America and Australia, while he sourced others from English gypsies and old ballads. In many cases he had to rewrite and retell those stories which existed in verse form or in ancient dialects. Older forms of English had to be tailored to suit modern readers, while some of the more objectionable parts had to be discarded. Wicked step-mothers, rampaging giants, damsels in distress, gallant princes and evil spells are some of the staples in this fascinating collection. The author himself states that it was his intention to create a book in which the stories would sound as if they were being narrated by an old nurse or grandmother. Hence, the style is simple, direct and like he states, meant to be read aloud and not visually. The original edition also included extensive notes on the source from which he collected the stories and reference material which is of great interest to folk-lore enthusiasts. Such was the impact of some of the stories that they are referenced in Shakespeare's plays and provided inspiration for poets like Milton. The highlight of the book for serious readers is the elaborate footnotes which provide a great deal of information about different variants of these stories that are told in other parts of the world. One of the most attractive features in the book are the charming illustrations that accompany each tale. The book is a delightful read for both parents and children. Apart from old favorites, there are many new tales which most people would not have encountered like “Nix Nought Nothing” “The Laidly Worm of Spindleston Heugh” or “The Earl of Mar's Daughter.”
By Loyal Books