Sunday, September 20, 2009

That's My King....Do You Know Him??

Such a great video that highlights such a great message.

From Dr. Shadrach Meshach (S.M.) Lockridge’s famous sermon:

The Bible says my King is the King of the Jews. He’s the King of Israel. He’s the King of righteousness. He’s the King of the ages. He’s the King of Heaven. He’s the King of glory. He’s the King of kings, and He’s the Lord of lords. That’s my King. I wonder…Do you know Him?

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Sailing Hero Gives The Rest Of Us Food for Thought

September 3, 2009

Having fought the elements, exhaustion and the extreme limitations of her own body, 37-year-old Hilary Lister calmly sailed into Dover as well as in the record books today being the first female quadriplegic to circumnavigate Britain solo.

The Oxford-graduate biochemist, who’s afflicted by a rare, degenerative neurological disorder that has paralyzed the young woman from the neck down, has completed the final portion of a marathon journey undertaken in a string of 40 day-long sails.

With the help of advanced technology, which allowing her to control the sails by sucking and blowing through plastic tube, Lister sailed solo with help of a team only to attend to her when she got into and out of her sailboat, Me Too. She finally sailed over the finishing line to enthusiastic crowds at 6.45pm.

The young woman expressed contentment upon her return to Dover, saying that the highlight of her expedition was witnessing marine wildlife at close range.

Lister, hailing from Canterbury, Kent, has reflex sympathetic dystrophy and is only capable of moving her head, eyes and mouth. Tempted in the past as she went through the darkest of moments to end the physical ordeal she suffers everyday and the frustration which comes from being imprisoned in her own body, she now claims that sailing has saved her life.


3 Ways Your Thoughts Can Help You Heal - Ways You Thoughts Can Help You Heal |

By Robert Moss

Our thoughts can make us sick, and they can help us get well.

Here are ways to adjust your mindset to promote good health.

Take A Deep

Take A Deep Breath Hold it, exhale, then repeat for 10 minutes. Take a walk, preferably in nature. Breathe in that fresh air.


When you laugh, you pump more oxygen into your lungs, improve blood flow and boost your immune system.

Keep A Journal

Writing about emotionally charged events helps us deal with them mentally and physically.

So Keep On Thinking!!


Tuesday, September 1, 2009

What's YOUR Best "Camp Name" Contest!!!!

Alright Everyone....if you listened to the show today you already know what I am about to write, but if you didn't listen....other than; tsk tsk shame on you (see link below and go listen!!)....I am about to share some wonderful info with you!!

Our guest today, Kathy Gruver is a 'Certified Medical Massage Therapist" (among other titles) and she has made an offer to my show listeners!!

Here's the offer:

Come up with a "Camp Name" and send it to me at with the subject line of: "Camp Name", and I will send to Kathy.
Kathy will then pick the best name and the winner will win a copy of her dvd titled:

Therapeutic Massage at Home -- Learn to Rub People the Right Way™.

Like me, you will be so grateful for this dvd!!

Learn more about Kathy and her dvd at:
You'll be glad you did!!!!

If you have not listened to the show and have no clue as to what I am talking about in this post, go listen to the show now at: and then send me your best "Camp Name"!!