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  • Wedding Songs…

    June 27, 2007 by  
    Filed under Morning Show

    I love weddings. I especially love them when all I have to do is show up and eat cake. Of course now that I’m helping to plan my own it’s a much bigger underaking. So it was great to hear so many suggestions this morning on what songs made your wedding day so special. Here’s the list, but feel free to keep them coming. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Imagine Me Without You – Jaci Velasquez

    2. When God Made You – New Song/Natalie Grant

    3. I Will Be Here – Steven Curtis Chapman

    4. Bless The Broken Road – Selah

    5. Praises Be – Lincoln Brewster

    6. Keeper of the Stars – Tracey Byrd

    7. There is Love – Petula Clark

    8. I Could Never Promise You – Don Fransisco

    9. From This Moment On – Shania Twain

    10. If You Could See What I See – Geoff Moore

    11. Angel – John Stoddart

    12. Our Love – Susan Ashton

    13. The Lord’s Prayer – Celine Dion/Andrea Boccelli

    14. Lady – Lionel Richie

    15. It’s A Good Day to Get Married – Billy Idol

    16. Grow Old With Me – Mary Carpenter

    Gary Langston on the China Study Part 2

    June 22, 2007 by  
    Filed under Breakaway

    Dr. Gary Langston joins Dr. Gerry Fuller to discuss The China Study. The 20-year China Study conclusively demonstrates the link between nutrition and heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. Referred to as the “Grand Prix of epidemiology” by The New York Times, this study examines more than 350 variables of health and nutrition with surveys from 6,500 adults in 65 counties, representing 2,500 counties across rural China and Taiwan. While revealing that proper nutrition can have a dramatic effect on reducing and reversing these ailments as well as obesity, this text calls into question the practices of many of the current dietary programs, such as the Atkins diet, that enjoy widespread popularity in the West.

    Gary Langston on the China Study Part 1

    June 22, 2007 by  
    Filed under Breakaway

    Dr. Gary Langston joins Dr. Gerry Fuller to discuss The China Study. The 20-year China Study conclusively demonstrates the link between nutrition and heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. Referred to as the “Grand Prix of epidemiology” by The New York Times, this study examines more than 350 variables of health and nutrition with surveys from 6,500 adults in 65 counties, representing 2,500 counties across rural China and Taiwan. While revealing that proper nutrition can have a dramatic effect on reducing and reversing these ailments as well as obesity, this text calls into question the practices of many of the current dietary programs, such as the Atkins diet, that enjoy widespread popularity in the West.

    Buffy Halvorsen – “Forgiveness” Part 4

    June 15, 2007 by  
    Filed under Breakaway

    Buffy Halvorsen, marriage and family therapist, rejoins Gerry Fuller to discuss forgiveness. Buffy Halvorsen is also the wife of Ron Halvorsen, Jr., the senior pastor of the Sligo SDA Church.

    Buffy Halvorsen – “Forgiveness” Part 3

    June 15, 2007 by  
    Filed under Breakaway

    Buffy Halvorsen, marriage and family therapist, rejoins Gerry Fuller to discuss forgiveness. Buffy Halvorsen is also the wife of Ron Halvorsen, Jr., the senior pastor of the Sligo SDA Church.

    Buffy Halvorsen – “Forgiveness” Part 2

    June 8, 2007 by  
    Filed under Breakaway

    Buffy Halvorsen, marriage and family therapist, joins Gerry Fuller to discuss forgiveness. Buffy Halvorsen is also the wife of Ron Halvorsen, Jr., the senior pastor of the Sligo SDA Church.

    Buffy Halvorsen – “Forgiveness” Part 1

    June 8, 2007 by  
    Filed under Breakaway

    Buffy Halvorsen, marriage and family therapist, joins Gerry Fuller to discuss forgiveness. Buffy Halvorsen is also the wife of Ron Halvorsen, Jr., the senior pastor of the Sligo SDA Church.

    Ben Carson “The Big Picture” Part 2

    June 1, 2007 by  
    Filed under Breakaway

    http://www.umich.edu/~bmasnma/Profiles/carson.jpgIn his grade school days, Ben Carson would hardly have been voted “most likely to become a famous surgeon.” His classmates had already given him another label: class dummy. Then a light clicked on for Ben—and a consuming passion for learning that catapulted him from “zero” test grades to a Yale scholarship, a pioneering role in modern medicine, and an influence that has extended from inner-city schools to corporate boardrooms and Washington corridors of power.What made the difference? Belief in his own potential, a commitment to education and making the most of his opportunities to learn, determination to make the world a better place, and faith in a God who knows no limits. Seeing the Big Picture.

    In The Big Picture, Ben Carson reveals the spiritual and philosophical foundations that undergird not just his dramatic career, but his approach to all of life. As in his best-selling Gifted Hands, Dr. Carson shares colorful, behind-the-scenes anecdotes. As in Think Big, he describes his practical principles for success. But The Big Picture is neither an autobiography nor a personal-effectiveness manual. Rather, it’s a multifaceted look at the faith and vision that can see us all through hardship and failure, and stir us to bold exploits on behalf of something greater than ourselves.

    Dr. Carson begins by describing how he cultivated a Big-Picture perspective in his own life. Then he discusses ways in which all of us can approach parenting, family, business, and friendships with the Big Picture in mind. Finally, he looks at some pressing social issues—in particular, racial diversity, health care, and education—and considers how we ought to view them and what we should do about them in the light of the Big Picture.

    Ben Carson “The Big Picture” Part 1

    June 1, 2007 by  
    Filed under Breakaway

    http://www.umich.edu/~bmasnma/Profiles/carson.jpgIn his grade school days, Ben Carson would hardly have been voted “most likely to become a famous surgeon.” His classmates had already given him another label: class dummy. Then a light clicked on for Ben—and a consuming passion for learning that catapulted him from “zero” test grades to a Yale scholarship, a pioneering role in modern medicine, and an influence that has extended from inner-city schools to corporate boardrooms and Washington corridors of power.What made the difference? Belief in his own potential, a commitment to education and making the most of his opportunities to learn, determination to make the world a better place, and faith in a God who knows no limits. Seeing the Big Picture.

    In The Big Picture, Ben Carson reveals the spiritual and philosophical foundations that undergird not just his dramatic career, but his approach to all of life. As in his best-selling Gifted Hands, Dr. Carson shares colorful, behind-the-scenes anecdotes. As in Think Big, he describes his practical principles for success. But The Big Picture is neither an autobiography nor a personal-effectiveness manual. Rather, it’s a multifaceted look at the faith and vision that can see us all through hardship and failure, and stir us to bold exploits on behalf of something greater than ourselves.

    Dr. Carson begins by describing how he cultivated a Big-Picture perspective in his own life. Then he discusses ways in which all of us can approach parenting, family, business, and friendships with the Big Picture in mind. Finally, he looks at some pressing social issues—in particular, racial diversity, health care, and education—and considers how we ought to view them and what we should do about them in the light of the Big Picture.