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Train Your Brain, Claim Your Power

272 EpisodesProduced by Susan SheraykoWebsite

This program is about training your brain to claim your power so you can optimize your life. Why? Because everything begins with a thought and how you think determines your results. You create what you want, starting with the thoughts you have and the words you speak. You have within you the power t… read more

272 Episodes | 2020 - 2023

Jason Thompson is Entertainer and Inspirateur

January 30th, 2023


What a fun time I had chatting with Jason Thompson.  He's a comedian and philosopher.  Trained in the clergy, he left to explore a broader philosophy and found a home entertaining with his stand up and impersonations. …

Mardria Williams Recommends "When Sorrow Comes My Way, I Look Up"

January 24th, 2023


When Jesus taught, he shared stories - what we call parables.  And to this day, one of the most effective ways to teach is to do with a story that is an example of what people do to get through life events.  For …

The Value of Transformational Principles for Business Building

December 31st, 2022


Stacey Berger uses her business building background, combined with transformational principles to help individuals prevent burnout by balancing their lives.  If you are burning the candle at both ends and suffering …

Guide Uma Girish Explains Human Design

December 23rd, 2022


When we first met Uma Girish, she had just written her book "Losing Amma, Finding Home: A Memoir About Love, Loss and Life's Detours."  Uma had become  a grief guide when she lost her mother, and hosted a podcast "The …

Sara Hathaway is a Powerhouse in Environmental Fiction and Education

December 23rd, 2022


Sara Hathaway is the author of the 8 Part "Changing Earth" series.  Nothing dry here.  There is plenty of sex, drugs, rock 'n' roll to catch your …

Grief Recovery Specialist Pat Acklie-Roth Discusses Working Through Grief Herself and with Others

December 23rd, 2022


Pat Acklie-Roth spent much of her life as the owner of  a dressmaker business in Nebraska, however, in 2014, she began a course of study that has added a new dimension to her life.   Soon she was working mornings as a …

Stories About Finding One's Greatness by Paul Fischetti

December 17th, 2022


Paul Fischett has published three novels.   These stories are generational, drawn from his family's legacy as immigrants and sports figures.  The …

From Three Left Feet to Transcendance

December 16th, 2022


Benjamin Blackett began his journey from three left feet to Transcendance while a theatre major in college.  Along the way, he began to develop his …

PW the Poet is your Cyrano de Bergerac

December 7th, 2022


Have you ever struggled to declare your love for someone special?  PW the Poet has found a way to make the process more comfortable.  She has written poems designed for you to read aloud to your love, especially on …

Alice Parker Takes Us Across the Decades with "Choices, Changes & Friends"

December 6th, 2022


Alice Parker grew up in the years when women's rights were just beginning to be discussed and explored.  In those days, women were willing to experiment with totally new ideas of what was possible for them.  And Alice …

Rebuilding Your Life Radio Mihailo Subotic

October 27th, 2022


The idea for Mihailo Subotic's legacy book "2 Paycheques Away: Heads and Tales of the Downtown Eastside" developed while he was participating in photographing charity haircuts in Vancouver.  The book became a way to …

Marilyn Barry discusses the way to bring Heaven to Earth now

October 24th, 2022


Author Marilyn Barry triangle meditated with psychosynthesist trainer Vivian King for two years prior to her death and continued for 11 years after.  The other partners in the triangle meditations were able to …

For Steven Sego, There are Only Two Churches: God and Evil

October 10th, 2022


Steven Sego discusses writes about only two churches: good and evil.  He answers basic questions such as who is God, when is He coming back?  His views are based on the Book of Mormon.  His purpose is to help people …

Duane Haynes Knows God Wants You "To Flourish"

September 22nd, 2022


Duane Haynes fell from a high dive when he was 12 years old.  He went into a coma, went to heaven, and met God.  He was told, "Go back and show them …

Elise Cilliers and Her Husband Have "A Passion For Radio"

September 20th, 2022


Elise Cilliers' book "A Passion for Radio" tells the story of how she and her husband built Waterberg Studio 104.9 in Limpopo, South Africa, bringing an entirely new voice to the broadcasting region without any prior …

John Quarmby Shares the Story of The Boy Ciaran

September 4th, 2022


John Quarmby shares the story of a young man he met in Ireland who had suffered abuse for years.  The book came about as therapy for John to discuss the problems he discovered - a ring of sexual abuse that was harming …

Jon Edward Gauthier Lost 5 Siblings Over 4 Years and Learned How Life Works

September 3rd, 2022


Jon Edward Gauthier has worked in the Ronald Reagan White House, with Jack Kemp on Capitol Hill and with Fannie Mae.  Yet his book "Embracing …

Prolific Writer Julie Young is a Christian Mystic Charged to Write about Redemption and the Second Coming

September 1st, 2022


Julie Young has written 44 books to date, all about redemption and the second coming.  She works in the health care industry and is a Reiki Master …

To find African American heroes in fantasy sci fi, check out the Black Diamond series by T-POT

August 29th, 2022


Terrence Potter has been a fan of fantasy science fiction since he was a boy.  However, it was hard to find African American heroes.  As he got …

A. W. Cook's "Exit Strategy" Supports Christian Values

July 17th, 2022


A. W. Cook as written a novel that explores life on the inside of a crime organization after a young couple determine they have to find an exit …

Raymond Brown Suggests We Each Learn to Recognize "The Moment I Should Have Bounced"

July 17th, 2022


Observing life as he does, Raymond Brown wants us to notice negative reactions to circumstances and get in the habit of asking ourselves 'what should …

Gemma Escolano Shares "Vibrant Memories: Poems of Whispers and Mystery that Brings Out the Vigour of Heart

July 17th, 2022


Born in the Philippines, Gemma Escolano has lived in Australia with her family for 10 years.  In 2010, a small inner voice urged her to write, …

Marvina Sims Has Used Coaching and Writing to Heal Herself and Others

July 17th, 2022


Marvina Sims has suffered with pain since birth, born with broken bones that the doctor couldn't see.  She was born with brittle bone disease, type …

Ruth Ann Warren Talks About Chocolate, Dancing and a Little Bit of Magic

July 16th, 2022


Ruth Ann Warren's day job was to come up with marketing promotion ideas for some of the best chocolatiers in the world.  When the pandemic sidelined …

Author Dawn Weyand Tackles More Than Natal Health: Pregnancy Fitness and Nutrition in Her New Documentary

July 9th, 2022


A personal trainer specializing in serving pregnant women, Dawn Weyand decided to share her expertise with a wider audience through her book "Natal Health: Pregnancy Fitness and Wellness Guide" in 2013.  At that point, …

Tracy Smith Overcomes Sadness by Finding Li'l Bits of Beauty in Everyday Life

July 4th, 2022


When Tracy Smith lost her father, she'd been thinking of writing about him and that urge kept growing.  The process itself became a way of overcoming grief.  The title - Li'l Bits of Buford: Overcoming Sadness by …

Kevin Sorbo Takes Life from Hercules to Mere Mortal and Beyond

July 3rd, 2022


Ksevin Sorbo enjoyed life as half god - half man in the top hit series "Hercules: The Legendary Journey."  Returning to the States, Kevin and his …

Moving Society Forward in African Ghana

July 2nd, 2022


Dr. Samuel Adwenti Bentum discusses two books, "Chiefdom: The Women's World" and "The Root You Left Behind."  Sculptor, painter and anthropologist, …

Tips to Turn a Novel into a Screenplay

June 29th, 2022


Skip Press is a writer, educator, and media consultant.  He has written several books and courses on scriptwriting - from The Complete Idiot's Guide …

Don Swenson Towards Healing of the Original Wound of Division

June 28th, 2022


Don Swenson has been a professor of theology, specializing on the sociology of religion.  In this work: "A History of Judaism and Christianity: …

Best Selling Author Derek Doepker Reveals Why Authors Fail

June 26th, 2022


Derek Doepker is a bestselling author.  He didn't start out that way.  He had to learn what makes authors successful.  Now he writes and coaches …

Bryan Barton Takes Us to the New World Kannekin and the Adventures of Darkleich

June 18th, 2022


Bryan Barton first began finding comfort in writing as a child.  Later, he found comfort writing again while in the trenches under mortar attacks in Iraq and Afghanistan.  The comfort comes from the fantasy world of …

William Weatherman Moved From Darkness Into the Light

June 5th, 2022


William Weatherman was raised in a dysfunctional family.  His dad was a violent drinker who abused his mother and sister, and made William's life a …

Christopher Bowen Explores Society's Ills in Post Civil War "The Last Western"

June 5th, 2022


This novel is set in the historical west with an eye to discuss the social ills of the time.  Life was changing as we moved from an agricultural to …

Shyamali Chaudhuri Remembers Mid-20th Century India in "My Story"

May 28th, 2022


Shyamali Chaudhuri has written her legacy piece in the book "My Story."  Set in mid-20th century India, it captures the look and feel of a now bygone …

Will Eternal Miscalculation Save Sidney Yee from God?

May 28th, 2022


This book is controversial.  It sounds like heresy and blasphemy or an insane belief in something that happened in 1994.  It raises questions about false prophecy.  Yet, Sidney Ye says he is not a false prophet.  He is …

Marco Naverro's fantasy horror novel Dead Man Chronicle is set post-Civil War

May 27th, 2022


Supernatural, psychological, post Civil War, fantasy, horror in cinematic style.  Those are the words that describe "Dead Man Chronicle."  

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Malcolm Pullen Mastered the Art of "Bringing In Beauty"

May 26th, 2022


Malcolm Pullen is actively involved in animal rescue.  One rescue in particular held a great challenge.  He would work with a stray for over 6 months …

Lorrie Blitch wrote the children's book about "Sapphire: A Life that Almost Wasn't"

May 23rd, 2022


Lorrie Blitch is a woman of accomplishment.  She has been a Naval officer, nurse educator, and owner of Magellan Christian Schools in Phoenix, …

Debra Godsee's books "Love's the Only House" and "Pretio" reveal a world of schizophrenia triggered by abuse

May 23rd, 2022


For Debra Godsee, the fear triggered by abuse triggered schizophrenia.  For 5 years, she was hospitalized every year.  She fought for the right to see her children.  Now, she can tell a tale of hope given by God's …

Lloyd Gross Introduces "Fried Oyster Sandwich: An Alternative History of the Confederacy"

May 23rd, 2022


"Fried Oyster Sandwich" is a work of fiction set in the historical south, based on a question.  What if the Confederacy had won the civil war? The …

Betty Hanks' Infant and Early Childhood Curriculum

May 22nd, 2022


Betty Hanks has run an early childcare center for years.  She found that the parents and teachers would benefit from a guide that is quick and easy …

LaVetta Hankins-Price Transformed "Emotional Dependency"

May 19th, 2022


As written in the foreword, LaVetta Hankins-Price's book "Emotional Dependency" is about layers of emotional baggage that women carry around with them.  Many stay silent, reluctant to expose their hurt and pain …

Beverley Buckley Knows Hidden Truths About the "Final Days of Judgment"

May 4th, 2022


For thousands of years, man has anticipated the earth ending in chaos, a situation where the entire infrastructure of earthly life is demolished. …

Henry Dyson's Franklin Meyers Series Stretches Children's Imaginations

May 4th, 2022


Henry Dyson has written several books in which he shares experiences of growing up in South Carolina in the late 1940s and 1950s.  He shares games …

Roxanne Chapman Shares "Poems From Behind the Wall"

May 2nd, 2022


Years after the events of this story, Roxanne Chapman shares the poems written by her deceased husband while he was in prison.  She also shares the …

Lilly Violet Tells Cinnia's Story of War Torn Childhood and Abuse

May 2nd, 2022


What is it like to grow up in war torn countries?  What does it do to the psyches of our youngest who have no other options?  What does it to their relationships later in life?  This is Cinnia's Story.  And what …

Mary Turkington Helps Us Navigate The ABCs of Proverbs

May 1st, 2022


If you have ever read the Book of Proverbs, you know that it is filled with wisdom in what seems to be no discernable order.  Mary Turkington spend a few years organizing a concordance for Proverbs.  It was over 500 …

Joanne Lynam was Blessed by "An Angel at My Door"

May 1st, 2022


When she was 6 weeks pregnant, Joanne Lynam knew that the child she was carrying would have Down's Syndrome.  At her daughter's birth, the doctors …

Don Loftis was "Born to Preach"

April 25th, 2022


Don Loftis began preaching when he was 14 years old when he felt called to do so.  In the Pentecostal tradition, it is not the norm, but not unheard …

In "The Gravel Road," David Handelman has Written a Thriller Set in the International World of Auctioneers

April 24th, 2022


Are you looking for global intrigue and adventures set in new places?  David Handelman has created such a world in his thriller "The Gravel Road."  Starting in the dust bowl in 1943, Jonah Knight is thrust into this new …

Sandra Swain Teaches Children How to Believe in Themselves in "How Willie the Wombat Won the Race"

April 24th, 2022


Sandra Swain loves to write children's books as an opportunity for children to learn life lessons.  The lesson she offers in "How Willie the Wombat Won the Race" is that if you believe you can, you can.  She modeled the …

To Create The Fantasy Series "Cobble City I and Cobble City II," Todd Monger Thought About What He Would Write as He Worked and Watched Star Wars and Lord of the Rings

April 24th, 2022


Writing and publishing a book is not always easy.  Todd Monger wrote for years as he worked to raise his daughter.  Finally, an inheritance provided the funds to finish the project and a dream became a reality. …

David Butler was "Walking in Darkness, Then the Light"

April 24th, 2022


What would you do if you learned your child's teacher did drugs?  David Butler was such a teacher.  He got involved with drugs while in college and …

Laura Brunetti Supports Art Therapy in "ArtCare: Bridge to Hope" and Caring Canvas Pallette of Hope

April 23rd, 2022


Laura Brunetti is an art therapist.  She helps individuals with a wide range of conditions:  Alzheimers, seniors, brain trauma, vets, PTSD, …

C. J. Teahan Writes About the Impact of Traumatic Brain Injury

April 23rd, 2022


C. J. Teahan has been her children' best support system after each of them experienced traumatic brain injuries on separate occasions.  Her daughter Caron was in an accident that took one year to learn to talk again. …

Jeff Loefer Creates The Last Crusader to Defeat the Goblins

April 23rd, 2022


There is something wonderful about a story written for a high school assignment takes on a life of its own to become a book.  That's what happened …

Eric Redic Shares "It is All About Love"

April 20th, 2022


Rev. Eric Redic has spent a lifetime of travelling the world through the ministry.  Before he became a minister, Rev. Redic had a TV ministry in Las Vegas.  Now retired, he shares his observations that the image of God …

Our Children are Watching Us is Don Walker's Theme throughout His Books

April 20th, 2022


When Don Walker's wife passed away, he was left the single dad of a 4 week old daughter.  His journal became his therapy, and ultimately the source …

Finding Self-Worth was Erika Rhodes Journey to Freedom

April 20th, 2022


Erika Rhodes tucked years of abuse out of mind, but there was an emotional price to pay.  She never learned to trust anyone, always assuming the worst, and being sarcastic.  But by the grace of God, she became aware and …

"Latent Heat" is David Fredette's Personal Phase Change Expressed Through Poetry

April 19th, 2022


David Fredette went through a personal phase change over a one year period.  He expressed this through poetry.  Today, you may find him performing some of these poems at coffee shops, bars, restaurants and other open …

Dan Toogood Created Delta U to Teach Young Adolescents How to "Adult"

April 18th, 2022


There is a path between teenager and young adult that is not always clearly defined in the education system.  Dan Toogood is correcting that gap in …

Melinda Summers Fights for Transgender Rights "Until It Ends"

April 13th, 2022


Melinda Summers is an example of someone who was aware of not being comfortable in her body when only 5 years old.  She has been going through the …

Abimbola Essien-Nelson Shares "Oluwashola the Story of Us"

April 12th, 2022


Known as Salt, Abimbola Essien-Nelson wrote her book "Oluwashola the Story of Us" as a tribute to her younger sister who unfortunately died at 36 …

Maria Mansfield Knows Life is Worth Getting Better

April 11th, 2022


Maria Mansfield suffered for years from depression, anxiety and bipolar II disorder.  Her book "Life is Worth Getting Better" is her inspirational …

Fern Jackson Mourned For Her Son Until She Accepted "Awe-some-tism"

March 24th, 2022


Fern Jackson went through all the stages of grief when she learned her son had a pervasive development disorder that we commonly call autism.  She was in total disbelief, denial, bargaining with God, and all the other …

Vernessa Fountains Suggests You Let God Rub You the Wrong Way

March 24th, 2022


Human beings come with a number of irritants that God doesn't like.  God can rub those out while he's rubbing in more joy and peace.  He can do both.  

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Maxine Allen Rifenburgh was "Awakened by My Angels"

March 24th, 2022


Abuse is an ongoing problem throughout the world.  Part of the reason it continues in spite of the light we cast upon it is the code of silence that prevents victims from speaking up.  Maxine Rifenburgh was a victim of …

J. Peter Hall Brings His Travels to Light in "A Narrative Tale of Morocco"

March 14th, 2022


Peter Hall wrote his comments about his trip to Morocco on the back of a pocket notebook, then compiled his photos and those he researched to create an historical story of Morocco, centered on the places he visited. …

Percy Brown Shares the Value of Martial Arts in His Book "Gang Member"

March 14th, 2022


Percy Brown grew up in some tough neighborhoods.  He also determined he had to be able to defend himself so his mom enrolled him in Tai Kwan Do.  He …

Ollie Marshall Created the ABC Character Builder to Teach Phonics, Culture and History

March 14th, 2022


Being a student in Ollie Marshall's class must be fun.  Using phonic play, characters and symbols, she created an ABC character builder.   She has …

Welcome to Thumar and a Time Paradox

March 14th, 2022


Timothy Murray has created a new world Thumar where the central characters touch the wrong button in a time machine and find themselves in a time loop.  There are treacherous, simple, interesting curves and turns, …

Joseph Valencia remembers Fire Storm 1977, one of the worst California fire season in history.

March 14th, 2022


Joseph Valencia will never forget the summer of 1977 when four separate fire storms swept through California -- Honda Canyon Fire, Sycamore Canyon, Vandenberg and Bakersfield.  He captured the events in his book, …

Vernon Lucas is "Standing in the Shadows of Street Legends"

March 12th, 2022


Vernon Lucas grew up in the music world during the 1970s.  That put him right in the middle of the mix of musicians and drug dealers at that time, …

Robert Wilson's Books Explore a New Take on Hypnosis - Hypnoaccuity

March 12th, 2022


When Robert Wilson left his hard working lifestyle, he turned to the study of hypnosis.  Now a certified hypnotherapist, Robert uses a variety of literary approaches to draw individuals into internal explorations, …

Tanya Tiedje's "The Lantern" is a Bridge from Dogmatic Creed

March 12th, 2022


Tanya Tiedje was inspired to write this book as she was struggling with what she had been traditionally taught.  The church was punishing -- 99% dogma, 1% divine.  Then she found a book about eternal Universal truths …

Julie Richard's Book "The Last Dance" is a True Story of Overdose

March 12th, 2022


"The Last Dance" is a story from the 1960s, although it could happen today just as easily.  A 16 year old girl goes to a dance and overdoses in the …

Alexander Joyeux Paid a Price for "Diabetic Denial"

March 12th, 2022


Diabetes can cause major damage to your body if left untreated.  Alexander Joyeux knows this story all too well.  After being diagnosed, he ignored some symptoms and wound up needing a partial amputation.  What …

Skip Flanagan Believes "Your Only Choice is to Become Rich"

March 12th, 2022


Entrepreneur Skip Flanagan thinks that America is broken now.  But not in the way you may think.  Even though he was once on probation, he fixed his mistakes in spite of a great many restrictions and limitations on what …

Mary-Virginia Pittman Teaches Through "Four Legged Heroes"

March 12th, 2022


Mary-Virginia PIttman share a few special stories about hero dogs ranging from the bravery of sled dogs during the 1925 diptheria epidemic of 1925, the intelligence and communication skills of these dogs.  Mary-Virginia …

Reginald Philpott Introduces Us to "April Darling"

March 11th, 2022


Retired before his time, Reginald Philpott was searching for an idea for what he could do with his life.  An idea flew past him.  You can use a …

Charley Swords Dares You to be a Revolutionary Leader

March 4th, 2022


Charley Swords became aware of a solutions management style that could improve the situation of all employees and it ignited the Irish revolutionary …

Jeremiah Miller's Celestial Symphony of a Soul Skipper

February 21st, 2022


This program begins with the Celestial Symphony itself.  Jeremiah has expanded beyond what he call orthodox Christianity to discuss experiences he …

Leroy Hubbert on "An Inspirational Explosion from Deep Within

February 20th, 2022


To most people, Leroy Hubbert could be taken as a regular person, working in the military and caring for his family.  Yet Leroy has been given a …

Donna Bethea Children's Book is Fiction Around "The Science Project"

February 12th, 2022


Children's books are a fabulous way to convey ways to make the world a better place.  In "The Science Project: A Children's Book" a group of 8th …

Calvin Kerr's Life Reflected in "Hard Head City"

February 12th, 2022


Calvin Kerr has woven 8 short stories together around the theme of his life from growing up in Memphis through his career in the military.  If there is a theme connecting them, it is that he has had the opportunity to …

Jacquie Jordan Trains TVGuestperts

February 10th, 2022


Jacquie has created a full-service promotion, marketing, business strategy and media services company for people she trains to be TV Guestperts.  She …

Paul Scrase Shares the Underbelly of Bristol in Sticks and Stones

February 10th, 2022


The story of Paul Scrase's life is on the dark side.  It's an unsavory environment for someone raised in polite society - which he was.  It started …

Mystery, Romance Combine in One Love in Oklahoma by Jennifer Black

February 7th, 2022


Jennifer Black loves writing historical novels, romances, and mysteries.  In "One Love in Oklahoma," she adds a meddling old man, a professional ball …

For a Schizophrenic, Communication is Key

February 6th, 2022


Patricia Abaya has had 3 mental breakdowns over the past 40 years.  She works in the health community and is active in mental health committees.  Her purpose was to raise awareness about mental disorders and let people …

Rose Fancy Talks Nutrition in "An Issue of Blood"

February 4th, 2022


Rose Fancy was in chronic pain.  She tried all manner of solutions that did not work.  The pain got even worse.  Then she tried a vegetarian diet and …

The Invisible Women in Scripture and Church Law

February 3rd, 2022


Sister Sandra Makowski was one of the women permitted to study Canon Law under revisions made by Pope John 23rd in the late 1970s.  As she studied, …

"Letter to My Dad" by Chucky Quartarola Raises Awareness of Huntington's Disease

February 2nd, 2022


Chucky Quartarola's wife suffers from Huntington's Disease.   A debilitating disease similar to ALS, there is no cure and few people know much about …

Amanda Nairn Speaks Her Truth in Amandas Tale

February 1st, 2022


Amanda Nairn went through an experience that is rarely discussed.  It was a journey in pursuit of suicide that began with cutting.  She drafted the book while she was in psychiatric care, utilizing the drawings and …

Optimum Vizhen Honors His Dad in "Hell and Back"

January 24th, 2022


"Hell and Back" is only one of the books written by Optimum Vizhen, including "The President's Apocalypse" and "The New Friendship Bible."  The majority of these books have a Biblical or spiritual connection, but don't …

Robert Margetic Tells Us How to Survive the Coming Retirement Storm

January 22nd, 2022


Robert Margetic is a financial advisor and founder of WealthNet.  He has developed a 5-step process for wholistic success in volatile times.   Robert …

The Start of a New Fantasy Series: Brian Cox' "Magpie's Ruin"

January 20th, 2022


Races are vanishing in Kai's home country.  She sets off to find out why.  20 years later, she still has not found them, however, she returns at a critical moment to inform those in power of a great danger at their …

Carie Campbell's book "The Princess and Her Dream" teaches the principles in "Think and Grow Rich" to children.

January 18th, 2022


Carie Campbell's book teaches the principles in "Think and Grow Rich" to children.  It is meant to help children understand the concepts of the law of attraction so they can make their very big dreams a reality at any …

Chucky Quartarola's book "Letter to My Dad" Raises Awareness about Huntington's Disease

January 17th, 2022


Chucky Quartarola's book "Letter to My Dad" is not written to put money in his pocket but to raise awareness of Huntington's Disease.  His wife …

Jason Sissung authors a story of transformation to "Nekora"

January 16th, 2022


Dungeons and Dragons fans will understand that it is not permissible to use necromancers as evil.  However, he wanted to explore how necromancers …

Janet Morreale's Quest for True Self

January 14th, 2022


Janet Morreale began receiving epiphanies from God as a child.  She thought she would be a nun, but that didn't work out.  She would have to search …

Alan Hall's The Naked Queen Adds a New Tangent to Arthurian Tales

January 13th, 2022


Alan Hall enjoys Arthurian legends and jousting matches.  In this new story, he explores the history of a neighboring kingdom and a perverse group of knights, in sharp contrast to the knights of the round table. 

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If My Heart Had an Eye, Would It Cry

January 11th, 2022


Tierra Cox won an award for a poem of this title when she was in grammar school.  It became an enduring theme in her life.  So much so that she had …

Susan Withrow talks about "Faith's Genesis"

January 11th, 2022


Faith's Genesis is a fictional series concerning two young people raised in the U.S. but charged with resolving issues in their home country.  

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Keith Iholts' Poems Help Him Heal in "The Mind's Metamorphosis"

January 10th, 2022


Keith Iholts struggles with a number of mind disorders.  The symptoms appeared when he was 7 to 10 years old, however, he was not diagnosed until was …

El Dorado City of Gold Fascinates Author Les Shurtiff

January 8th, 2022


Les Shurtiff fell in love with Latin American culture while serving in mission work.  He has turned this passion into a series of novels that touch …

Grace Walker commemorates her son in "Now I Can Think Myself to Mars"

January 8th, 2022


Grace Walker and her family are people of faith.  On a travel trip, she and her son had a very meaningful conversation, especially for a child under …

Yvette Hampton penned "Schoolhouse Rocked: The Home School Revolution"

January 8th, 2022


Yvette Hampton and her husband not only became parents who homeschool, they also became advocates for the movement.  Their documentary of the same …

Catherine Cooper Breaks Her Silence in Time Out From HIding

January 8th, 2022


Catherine Cooper offers a memoir with a purpose.  As someone who suffered from abuse, she found herself going into a shell.  She never talked about it.  Then an event triggered her feelings and she is determined to help …

Link Thompson Talks About Honoring Our Creator

January 8th, 2022


Link Thompson's discussion about honoring our creator is not tied to any specific religion, but the result of his personal work in this area.  

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James Koury's "Soul Journey"

January 4th, 2022


James Koury was well known in his community.  He worked in the local municipal government for 22 years, but then local politics began to deteriorate …

Fred Nelson's Log of the Thlewiaza-Seal River Challenge of the Ice

December 20th, 2021


Fred Nelson loves challenging canoe trips.  In this book, Fred captures the drama of a canoe trip gone wrong when the canoes find the Thlewiaza River …

Carolyn Nield's "Whimsical Thoughts" Echoes the Silent Voice Familiar to Those Who Experience Generational Abuse

December 20th, 2021


Silent, strong, but suffering deep within themselves, many children live for years as a result of a much more common problem than we realize. …

Prue McDonnell's "Stargazer" Inspires Us to Be What We Imagine

December 20th, 2021


Prue McDonnell's book "Stargazer" is about fairies. It is a children's picture book.  What's so wonderful is the opportunity to become a child again, …

Eric Gribble Wants Australia on a Fast Elevator to the Future

December 20th, 2021


Eric Gribble shares his opinions about the role of government in society.  In his opinion, the big problem we are facing is bad ideas.  Notably, the …

In Angel Academy, John Reynolds and Darlene Cozart show us how angels get their wings

December 14th, 2021


In Angel Academy, John Reynolds and Darlene Cozart show us exactly what training angels go through to earn their wings.  The story is told with a …

Vincent Perry loved his wife with "Blind Passion"

December 11th, 2021


Vincent Perry had lost his sight by the age of 11.  There is a sense of isolation that comes from being blind in a sighted world, yet Vincent found …

Sam Sorbo Lives Her Faith Every Day through Home Schooling and Other Topics on Religion and Polities

December 8th, 2021


Sam Sorbo is a modern day warrior.  Married with 3 children, Sam's concern about education began to be documented in her book "They're Your Kids." …

Vincent Hyde created a new world in "A Message from the Neighbors"

December 4th, 2021


Take an electrical engineer with a penchant for science and religion, mix them with the mindset of a writer and what do you get?  Vincent Hyde, author of a trilogy of books about relationships with beings from another …

Author Joan Green Shares the Story of Losing Her Husband "Twenty Years On"

December 1st, 2021


Joan Green lost her husband 20 years ago under tragic circumstances.  It was a very difficult period for her.  What she learned was that people …

Blessings and Curses of The Ultimate Gift and The Aftermath

November 30th, 2021


Elsie Frederick was married to her husband for over 20 years, much of it spent caring for him as health failed.  They suffered the concerns of a heart that needed replacement, the bitter sweet joy when a donor was …

Thelma Cunningham is "Poetically Speaking: Artistically"

November 16th, 2021


Thelma Cunningham has written a total of 8 books so far, all of which were published in one volume.  She has many spiritual gifts as an artist, …

Hilary Smith's dystopia "Disconception" will make you stop and think

November 15th, 2021


Hilary Smith is a pediatrician.  She has written a novel called "Disconception" that raises some very interesting questions about conception in a futuristic world - and the intentional and unintentional consequences.  

Zehline Davis Shares Basic Life Lessons in "Daddy Said"

November 8th, 2021


"Daddy Said" is a tribute to Zehline Davis' dad who had a life lesson for almost every subject.  Throughout her life, Zehline has had a habit of …

Richard Welch Creates a New Superhero in "Revelation"

November 8th, 2021


"Revelation" is the first book in his new Prism series.  This new superhero has mental health issues which he must control when his powers kick into …

Alexandra Mathers' Asks "What If"

November 8th, 2021


Being born into a household still run with Victorian values, Alexandra Mathers lived a very controlled, seemingly abusive, childhood.  It affected …

Ballywah Sample introduces us to his novel "Before the Flood: The Awakening"

November 7th, 2021


"Before the Flood: The Awakening" is not a science fiction book.  It reflects the author's fascination with outer space, ancient aliens and the earliest times in earth's history.  It's a love story with elements of …

Camren Burton Reveals Pangaea, a Science Fiction Fantasy World

November 7th, 2021


Camren Burton has written a PG-13 science fiction fantasy "coming of age" series based on an earth colony that is no longer habitable.  Mark, aged …

How Do We Move From Ordinary People to Great Leaders?

November 7th, 2021


Everette Howell and Dr. Siegfried E. Howell teamed up to write "From Ordinary People to Great Leaders: An Application of Biblical Models to Contemporary Leadership Issues."  Leadership is front and center in business …

Are You Pondering the End Times of Revelations?

November 5th, 2021


Phillip Mark Ames has written "Jesus Christ Revealed: An Understanding of the Apocalypse" to convey the message that has been communicated to him.  Most importantly, God loves us more than we realize.  The prophesies in …

"One Gray Autumn Afternoon" is a funny, sad love story by Fernanda Castillo

November 3rd, 2021


Fernanda Castillo started her novel "One Gray Autumn Afternoon" in Spanish so it is available in both English and Spanish.  She wrote both versions which is her special gift.  Fernanda has been a dubbing translator for …

Ugly Can Be a Power Word

November 3rd, 2021


Children don't like to be called "ugly."  Takia Teke's book RU the UGly GIRL/BOY capitalizes on this in raising awareness of how to treat one another.  

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"Twenty Years On," Joan Green Opens Up About the Loss of her Husband

November 1st, 2021


Joan Green lost her husband under tragic circumstances 20 years ago.  He was missing for 6 days before they found him.  It was all very public, out …

David Lythberg Talks About the Glamorous Life of Emily's Failure

November 1st, 2021


David Lythberg may be Emily's failure, but he's also God's prodigal son.  Actively living with Emily on the streets of Mobile, Alabama for a few years, David's life took a different turn after her sudden and tragic …

Elsie Frederick's "The Ultimate Gift" and "The Aftermath" share the impact on families of organ donation

October 31st, 2021


The ultimate gift is donating an organ to someone in need, yet it does not solve all the problems in anyone's lifr.  For Elsie Frederick the gift of …

25 Days to Living Your Happiness

October 30th, 2021


Zayd Abdul-Karim has written "25 Days to Living Your Happiness" began to learn a universal system when he was in college that completely turned his …

A Message from Our Intergalactic Neighbors

October 30th, 2021


Vincent Hyde has written a trilogy of books about relationships between beings from another galaxy and humans.  Vincent is an electrical engineer whose background in science and religion led to his creation of the …

I Drove a Red Car to a Better Me

October 30th, 2021


Dean Skewes had an automobile accident and spent 7 years recovering.  Sometimes we feel blessed by disaster as Dean does.  The experience changed him …

Dean Matthews on his fantasy "The Dark Taal"

October 30th, 2021


Can you imagine starting out to write an autobiography and ending up with a post-apocalyptic fantasy world?  That's what happened to Dean Matthews.  His father and grandfather morphed from head gardeners into the world …

Triumph Over Trauma: The Power of Forgiveness

October 23rd, 2021


Judy Seymour experienced a traumatic childhood that left her with physical, emotional and mental problems for a time.  Then she turned her life over to God and everything changed.  Judy now helps others through Women …

Dr. Herbert Schuck's wake up call about lifestyle choices: "Solutions to the Root Cause of Stress "

October 21st, 2021


Dr. Herbert Schuck believes there are solutions to the problems of stress, but questions whether a world so focused on making money will have the …

A Sojourn in Switzerland on Rebuilding Your Life Radio with Susan Sherayko

October 21st, 2021


Sharon Jansson loves to write, to share stories of family history and to travel.  In "A Sojourn in Switzerland" she's been able to combine all three.  She carried the experiences in the Alps with her grandchildren and …

Sandy Jarvis introduces us to The Golden Kite on Train Your Brain, Claim Your Power with Susan Sherayko

October 19th, 2021


Sandy Jarvis loves animals and children so she writes about them in children's books.  Her latest release is "The Golden Kite" which deals with …

Dia's Devotional Diary is a 40 day Biblical fast

October 14th, 2021


Dia Jackson is a motivational speaker when she is not working in the medical field.  Working around young people, she discovered they do not know how to deal with their emotions from within.  She works with them to give …

Superhero in Revelation draws attention to mental health

October 9th, 2021


Richard Welch has written a first person novel about a young man diagnosed as bi-polar with anxiety awakens from a lightning strike hit as a …

Chris Zuschlag Teaches Children to Believe Anything is Possible

October 8th, 2021


Chris Zuschlag made up stories for his children as they went to bed.  He uses a technique working with a few symbols to jumpstart the story ideas. …

Stewart Jones on Living with Traumatic Brain Injuries

October 7th, 2021


Stewart Jones suffered a traumatic brain injury when hit by a car.  For a child who wanted to be a neurosurgeon, his life circumstances have taken him on a different path.  He has written "Strengthn the Mind" as a means …

Airington, a Thriller Set as the 6th Trumpet Sounds

October 7th, 2021


Mark Roberts is student of the book of Revelations.  He has incorporated his knowledge of the prophetic messages to write a novel set in the United States on the Airngton Farm.  The events pick up just prior to the …

In "On Trial for Freedom" by Jake Townsend a U.S. president risks his political life when he supports a man on trial for murder

October 1st, 2021


Inspired by the impeachment of Donald Trump, Jake Townsend tells the story of a Latino president who becomes enemy of the Congress when he supports …

Bob Perrill's Son of Light, Son of Darkness

October 1st, 2021


Bob Perrill has written a enjoyable fantasy in the spirit of Dungeons and Dragons.  

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Live a healthy, happy, long life and prosper without stress

October 1st, 2021


Jose Baltazar has written a book about life transformation using a coaching model with 7 core components:  Finding Peace within and without.  Self-Care, Self-Belief and Faith, Vision, Awareness, Body, MInd & Spirit, …

Anthony Rubino Gets His Book Ideas While Driving His Truck

October 1st, 2021


Anthony Rubino was a professional truck driver.  He was on the road so much, he'd write in his head, then when he got back home, he'd put it through his heart to create the outline and write the book.  The system must …

G.J. Violette's poem "The Last Days of Heaven"

September 29th, 2021


G. J. Violette is a poet who began writing during the hippy era, practicing his craft while listening to the folk songs of the coffee shops of the …

John Wallace Introduces farm animals Blue and Turkey who help others

September 15th, 2021


In The Adventures of Blue and Turkey children's series, the animals have special powers and talents.  The family where they live is having facing …

How Blessed You Are In God's Promises

September 12th, 2021


Barney Reese was raised in the South.  He had a challenging upbringing, then lost his wife and daughter within 5 years of each other.  For him, life is about overcoming.  God is about overcoming, however, you must make …

An apartment complex friendship led to Ted Youngblood's first book, "Love to a Friend"

August 28th, 2021


"Love to a Friend" is a collection of poems, Ted Youngblood wrote to a friend.  She encouraged him to have them published and the rest is history. …

KIrsten Micklewait reveals her Ghost Marriage

August 28th, 2021


Kirsten MIcklewait has found she can communicate with her soul partner who has moved beyond.  In the process she learned about soul contracts and …

Rev. Jacquelyn McCoy celebrates claiming her victory

August 28th, 2021


"Claiming Your Victory" shares Jacquelyn McCoy's experience of the Lord bringing her back.  After much depression and running from God, she finally …

Lisa Sterling offers photos, story, scripture and poems to start the day in "Good Morning, God."

August 20th, 2021


Do you enjoy reading an inspirational book over morning coffee or tea?  Lisa Sterling has created such a book in "Good Morning, God."  She took the photographs, stories and poems that weave around Biblical scriptures to …

Inspirational Speaker Allan Roberts challenges you to "Wake Up: Don't Let the World Pass You By"

August 16th, 2021


Allan Roberts is an inspirational speaker, as well as an author.  Bank insurance scams left him homeless and he came back and wrote "The Great Bank Heist Mystery.    A student of positive thinking, his book "Wake Up: …

Jeff Bardeau's "A Dream Quest to Lucidobe" is at the cutting edge between real and fantasy

August 16th, 2021


There is a whole universe of heroes and villains mixing our culture with mythological indigenous creatures in "A Dream Quest to Lucidobe."  The book …

Shelby Wagner is still "Learning to Dance in the Rain"

August 1st, 2021


Shelby Wagner began learning to dance in the rain when her husband passed away in 2016.  At times, it was a nightmarish experience.  She began to …

Dominique Brandt has created a fantasy based on ancient prophecies

August 1st, 2021


Ancient prophecies are filled with devastation events, continuous wars, disease and corruption.  The basic premise of the Gospel of Chaos series …

Donald Uttenmacher's thriller "S.M.I.T.E." is an enjoyable read

July 31st, 2021


For fans of thrillers, this novel S.M.I.T.E. is set in the U.S. as a group of private individuals take on an action packed assignment to exterminate terrorism.  

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Priscilla Bradley asks challenging questions in her books "Breaking the Code: S.O.S." and "Something Must Be Broken"

July 31st, 2021


Sometimes we suffer in pain without a way to deal with it.  Priscilla asks questions designed to address this problem in two key areas of her personal and professional life as Christian Counsellor.  In "Breaking the …

Betty Ann Hoehn learned to "Smell The Raindrops" and overcome setbacks

July 31st, 2021


Like most of us, Betty Ann Hoehn's life has not always run smoothly.  The key to overcoming challenges is to learn to stop and smell the raindrops.  It is a success story to reach those who need help to overcome their …

Chloe and Josh learn to use S.N.A.P. with the help of Ken Kohutek

July 31st, 2021


Education is one of the most important gifts we can provide our children.  It's more than just reading, writing and arithmetic.  It's also problem …

John Bednar introduces us to The People's President who offers a refreshing look at presidential politics.

July 31st, 2021


As presidential politics continues to leave no one satisfied, John Bodnar's novel "The People's President" offers a fresh look at how campaigns could …

Pura Regalado discusses her mission with Susan Sherayko on Rebuilding Your Life Radio

July 31st, 2021


Pura Regalado was raised a Christian in the Philippines.  Later in life while traveling at the Aztec temple in Mexico, Pura received a vision that has profoundly affected her mission in life.  Her book Pure Gift 2 lays …

Renae Gott on inspiring children through books

July 14th, 2021


Renae Gott loves to write for children.  Books are the doorway to learning to dream and realizing that you can grow up to be anything you want to be.  Her first book is "Mommy, What is God Doing Up There?"  It is …

Eleanor McGuigan brings our awareness to the Last Chapter of a World War I Australian soldier in France

July 10th, 2021


In a moving historical novel about an Australian soldier lost on a French battlefield during World War I, we have the opportunity to solve the …

Veronnah Willis wonders Are You Free Enough To Be Your True Self

July 7th, 2021


After being tossed in the air by automobile, Veronnah had no visible signs of injury.  However, she quickly realized that she no longer knew who she was.   She began her journey to rediscover herself as she discovered …

Valerie Baker Clayton's work is led by God

July 1st, 2021


Valerie Baker Clayton is a missionary.  One night she heard a message that she was not using her gifts.  She said she'd do something.  And the message came back: NOW.  Six days later, her book "Baby Rafi" was done.  

Violet Grayson is pretty happy with her "Life Not Expected"

May 23rd, 2021


Violet Grayson was born in the 1930's.  It was a time when women didn't expect to do more than graduate from high school, take an office job until …

Alycia Wright creates children's books to help them learn coping skills

May 22nd, 2021


Alycia Wright is a nurse and a writer.  Her life experiences taught her that writing is a coping skill and now she writes books that help children cope.  Combined with a love of rhyme and poetry, as well as a sense of …

Patricia Davis speaks on "Gifts from the Spirit"

May 16th, 2021


In Patricia Davis' book, "Gifts from the Spirit," she explains what the 9 gifts are, how they function, why we need them and how we can acquire them.  As you study, it helps you see where you may have a gift.  

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The Power of a Working Song: Baba the Farmer

May 15th, 2021


Karen Johnson comes from a long line of storytellers,  It is a verbal tradition that harkens back to a time without computers, pen and paper.  It takes us back to the oral traditions that precede written history.  In …

Stephen Peterson on Rebuilding Your LIfe Radio with Susan Sherayko

May 14th, 2021


Stephen Peterson is a student of military history, the Bible, and an author.  He studied 8 languages while in the service and is an officer. It's fun to spend time with Stephen as he has such a diverse background.  

Denise Harvey writes story books to help children cope with life's problems

May 11th, 2021


"Growing Up Sassafras", Hurting Little Hearts" and other titles help children deal with separation and loss through stories.  Denise draws from her …

Madlyn Harwell Tells One Hippy's Life Story

May 9th, 2021


There is a touch of nostalgia for those who look back on the life of a hippy.  That was the life of sex, love, drugs, rock and roll in the 60s.  Take …

Kiana Hamilton sings poems when she talks to God

May 8th, 2021


Kiana Hamilton's book "Soul Inspiration - A Journey for the Divine" is a collection of poems written down when problems came.  They kept her strong …

If I Die Before I Wake: A Caregiver's Journey

May 8th, 2021


Robert Kershaw knew he wanted to help from the time he was a young boy and witnessed a young boy with Downs Syndrome being bullied.  He didn't know …

James Lauderdale is Special in a Good Way

May 8th, 2021


More and more, young people are stepping out of the shadows of mental illness to increase the conversation about it.  They want to remove the stigma …

The Gemini Reign by Laeba Mujeeb is filled with kidnapping, dragons and royal intrigue

May 8th, 2021


Imagine yourself parentless, surrounded by untrustworthy people, trying to survive as your enemies send dragons to kidnap you.  

That's the start of The Gemini Reign, a science fiction fantasy.  

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Can you help Save the Oaks Camp and Retreat Center?

May 6th, 2021


Oasis Ministry Ventures is working to Save the Oaks Camp  and Retreat Center.  I fell in love with the camp and conference center when I toured it over 10 years ago.  I placed a picture of the conference building on my …

David Pitman guides us on how to build healthy and happy marriages in "Expectations of Honor"

May 2nd, 2021


In the midst of turmoil, what can we do to improve the situation.  David Pitman has turned his desire to make a difference into the book "Expectations of Honor" where he discusses ways to get back to bringing up …

Elizabeth Roberts shares "Glimpses: Now I Can See"

April 30th, 2021


This book is a memoir.  There is a journey in our lives, gleaning insights and glimpses that give us clarity on how the past, present and future …

Dale Hansen leads a journey through the Word "One Week at a Time"

April 30th, 2021


Dale Hansen felt that people often heard the Bible verses, but never discovered their true power to comfort and bring you through difficult …

Bevan Knight shares the fantasy world of "The Wishing Tree"

April 28th, 2021


What if you were trapped inside the Wishing Tree?  Who would come to rescue you?  

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Steven Venton's "Year of the Wolf" is an intense thriller

April 27th, 2021


Diabolical politicians need a way to cover up crimes they have committed.  They concoct a plan to overpopulate the Adirondacks with wolves and inject …

Andrew Bode thrived Against All Odds

April 25th, 2021


Andrew Bode was born in 1945, in Australia at the end of World War II.  Foreign armies came to the country to help save it from the Japanese war machine with unintentional consequences -- the birth of children to …

What is Success for The Business Woman?

April 24th, 2021


Aqualite Muraglia is a feminist through and through.  She's also an artist and an author.  Her novel, The Business Woman, is the epitome of Aqualite's vision of success.  But women in the real world still have battles …

Harvey Warren is The Optimized Patient

March 28th, 2021


Screenwriter, producer and financial services professional Harvey Warren discovered a new calling writing about healing.  As he recovered from major back surgery, he realized that there was no guide book to support …

Poetry and Classic Mythology work together in "Lives of the Virgins" by Stephen Sweigart

March 21st, 2021


Stephen Sweigart has loved writing since his first publication of a newspaper at 11 years old.  HIs work was influenced by professors at Temple …

Susan Savion raises awareness of a forgotten suffragist in "Quoting Matilda"

March 17th, 2021


Born in Upstate New York to an abolitionist family, Matilda Joslyn Gage was one of the three most famous suffragists in America.  Yet her story is …

Oh, What Dreams Have Come for Stephen Simon

March 14th, 2021


Often, when we look back across our lives, we can see them laid out like a roadmap.  If we notice, we can see how to connect the dots in the past.  We may not be able to see the dots ahead, but we can aim for what we'd …

William Pardue's Lessons in Leadership in "Wolf Creek"

March 2nd, 2021


After graduating from university, William Pardue was a counsellor of a wilderness camp where the worst of the worst teenage boys were sent from Chicago.  For 15 months he lived with them as they built everything they …

Donna Ritch's enlightened poetry provides words of encouragement in challenging times

February 26th, 2021


Donna Ritch has an inner source that gives her the poems contained in "Universal Secrets: A Collection of Enlightened Poetry."  Their messages convey …

Gaileen Crowell helps children learn life lessons through her children's series

February 25th, 2021


Gaileen Crowell has always like to help people heal.  When she retired from nursing, she turned that desire toward another passion, writing combined …

Jeanne Schaeberle's book "Mom, Let's Talk" captures her son's cries for God's help in his poetry.

February 17th, 2021


Robert Mark Schaeberle was tormented by demons while he slept for most of his life.  A schizophrenic, he would battle them by grabbing pen and paper …

Ann Phillips shares about "Friends Are Everywhere" and more

February 10th, 2021


Born on a South Carolina plantation, Ann Phillips use her personal experiences in those rural settings to populate her books with romance, mystery, …

Doctors Elena Pezzini and Debora Ferrari discuss the art of good communication skills in "Dogs Lovers"

February 6th, 2021


There are three professionals who can contribute to the best relationships with your dog: the veterinarian, the trainer and your coach.  Dr. Pezzini and Dr. Ferrari discuss considerations to make when choosing a breed, …

Frank Gaertner and narrator Rebekah Nemethy discuss their audible book "Sally's Magical River" with Susan Sherayko

February 2nd, 2021


"Sally's Magical River" is just being released on Audible.  Author Frank Gaertner talks about the story, as well as the process involved in bringing …

What is your cosmic and human love story as conveyed by Dr. Marj Britt in "Your Soul's Invisible Code"

January 28th, 2021


Dr. Marj Britt was senior pastor at Unity Tustin Church for 19 years, and after retiring founded and participates in the Called By Love Institute.  She is a mystic and master teacher emphasizing consciousness and love. …

Where do you go for inner peace when bad things happen?

January 7th, 2021


When we experience disasters and personal loss, we long to regain our inner peace and serenity.  When we had our landslide, I began a spiritual …

Are you ready for The 12 Steps to Joy and Happiness?

January 5th, 2021


Author David Peters worked as an engineer on Flight Simulators and was recently named to the Simulator Hall of Fame.  It's been a tough year though. …

Sandy Elaine Black loves old barns, old churches and old one room schoolhouses

January 4th, 2021


Sandy Elaine Black worked for Intel Corporation for over 25 years as a public affairs officer.  In that role, she was able to help a multitude of …

Rebuilding Your Life Radio host Susan Sherayko talks about the Power of Vision

December 23rd, 2020


This is a special time of year - when we dream of what we want in the coming months, when we traditionally make resolutions.  It is the perfect time …

Rene'e Hilton Taylor helps us get "In the MIdst: Praying Through Poetry."

December 22nd, 2020


In her childhood, Rene'e Hilton Taylor's parents were alchoholics.  Today she counsels others to cope with their backgrounds.  Rene'e shares how to …

How do we deal with P.T.S.D.? Saundra Russell offers a solution in her book, PTSD: Putting the Story Down.

December 22nd, 2020


Closed in?  Not willing to talk about your traumas?  Whether for yourself or someon in your family, Saundra Russell has created a workbook that enables a safe avenue to express the pain that traumatizes us internally.  

DW Duke, author of "Not Without A Fight" on Rebuilding Your Life Radio with Susan Sherayko

December 15th, 2020


Cas Bieberstein stood ready to die, but not without a fight.  Forced out of his home and into the Warsaw ghettos at the start of World War II, Cas Bieberstein became a resistance fighter by the age of 10.  What is …

In "Why Did Jesus Have to Die?", Chris Conrad explains the greatest moral controversy of the universe.

December 10th, 2020


Are you concerned about the War in Heaven?  And thoughts of the End Times?  What did Satan do that caused all the trouble and how does it impact us?  Why did Jesus have to die?  Is a fiery end inevitable or can we …

Valerie Katz' light-hearted stories in "The News from Arkansas" capture the humor we find in everyday life experiences.

November 26th, 2020


Culled from hundreds of emails sent while adjusting adjusting to life in Arkansas,  Californian Valerie Katz shares her insights with a sense of …

How do you find a good companion?

November 26th, 2020


Michael Lewis has been successfully married to his wife Brenda for 34 years.  He was also married before that. Drawing on his personal experience and …

Get "Lost in Las Vegas" with John Smith, hero of the book series by Ian Jones

November 21st, 2020


If you like crime thrillers or know someone else who does, you'll want to check out the John Smith series by Ian Jones.  The first book in the series "Lost in Las Vegas" starts Smith's adventures when he's asked to find …

It's time to live "Life on Your Terms: Create the Life You Want"

November 18th, 2020


Rex Sikes, radio host of "Rex Sikes' Movie Beat" stops by to share another side of his life.  As author of "Life on Your Terms: Create the Life You Want," Rex has taught thousands of people how to transform their lives. …

Check out Michelle Wilson's "Eye of the Warrior," a fantasy read for tweens

November 18th, 2020


We are not always handed ideal circumstances in life.  It's up to us to learn how to overcome the imperfect and move forward into something better.  That's Michelle Wilson's  message.  She took up writing as a healthy …

Kenneth Smith shares what you should know to reach the American Dream

November 11th, 2020


Kenneth Smith provides insights into what young people should consider as they progress through life.  He covers a broad range of topics - health, …

Why would I want to chase ghosts, Peter Worth?

November 3rd, 2020


Peter Worth is the author of "The Seeker: Chasing Ghosts," as well as several other books and articles including "Theology Reconsidered" and …

Marios Skarvellis tells us to use the True Power of You to focus your attention on the mind, body and spirit connection

November 2nd, 2020


Marios Skarvellis is a healer using a variety of modalities to show us out to pay attention to what is going on in and around us in order to achieve an inner symmetry that heals.  It is a blend of classical personal …

You'll look at flying in a new way after reading "Boarding Pass" by Betty Gossell and Karen Perkins

November 1st, 2020


Betty Gossell and her daughter Karen Perkins are the authors of three books: "Boarding Pass," "Future Flights," and "Wheels Down."  Betty was inspired to write the first in the series after she found a boarding pass …

Les Tripp is clear that God has given us a task to do. Explore if we're listening on Rebuilding Your Life Radio with Susan Sherayko

October 20th, 2020


Les Tripp leads Bible studies and his writings are explorations along Biblical themes.  His first book "Strong and Courageous: A Devotional for Men …

Martha Butler's gift is to understand the pain of others and express it in "Poetic Heart-to-Heart Messages"

October 20th, 2020


It can be very comforting when you read someone else's words describing your situation.  In that moment, you feel understood.  You realize that you are not alone.  That is Martha Butler's gift - to capture those …

Use James Mark's "Divine Mercy Chaplet: A Deep Meditation" to comfort departing souls, known and unknown

October 20th, 2020


James Mark is one of those people who quietly serves others.  From the Peace Corps to special needs educator, James has worked for others.  When a friend gave him a copy of the Diary of St. Faustina, his life was …

Galina Messmer shares a message of hope in "Galina's Hope: Beyond the Fire" on Rebuilding Your Life Radio with Susan Sherayko

October 20th, 2020


"Galina's Hope: Beyond the Fire" tells a personal story of tragedy.  The loss of her children in a brutal murder left her with little will to live.  However, Galina was raised as a child of faith.  Although she didn't …

What you don't know can hurt you in Wendy Soria's novel Starlight

October 20th, 2020


As we trick or treat during Halloween, it's a great time to pick up Wendy Soria's intriguing romance novel, "Starlight."  Beware, she shares a compelling warning about how what you don't know can hurt you.   Interwoven …

TJ Johnson shares The Genesis Men Bible Studies with Susan Sherayko

October 9th, 2020


Mother of the Church T.J. Johnson has taught Bible studies for years.  She takes her knowledge of the Book of Genesis into four books through The Genesis Men series:  Adam and Sons, Noah and Sons, Abraham and Sons, and …

HIlary Sinclair's "Yearning Heart" speaks to a life long spiritual quest.

September 29th, 2020


Hilary Sinclair has had an on again, off again relationship with spirit, but has always returned, finding higher levels of consciousness along the way.  The journey is recorded in poems in her book "The Yearning Heart". …

Do you "speed talk" the Lord's Prayer?

September 14th, 2020


Daniel Thompson, author of "The Lord's Prayer," used to rapidly recite the words of the prayer he commonly used.  He didn't pause to reflect upon their meaning.  One day, he realized this and was inspired to write his …

Are you ready for America's Armageddon?

September 13th, 2020


Dennis Bray served with the U.S. Army and Department of Defense for 37 years.  Simultaneously, he was studying the end times in the Bible.  To do …

Andrew Choi spreads "Hope from the Garden of Eden to the End of Patmos Island"

September 13th, 2020


Several years after a traumatic experience, the Lord placed in it on Andrew Choi's heart to spread a message of hope.  He has done this as a minister in local churches, and as an Army and hospital chaplain.    He …

Daniel Fulton supports Living in Faith Ministries as part of "God's Will in Cuba"

September 13th, 2020


Have you taken part in mission trips to different parts of the world?  Daniel Fulton has been actively involved in such work for over 15 years.  He …

Michele Synegal mastered new ways to provide "Inspiration in Small Doses" during the pandemic

September 13th, 2020


What do you do when the world situation shuts down your normal avenues to reach others?  You pivot.  Michele Synegal has done just that over the past few months and extended her reach in the process.  She is teaching …

Jodi Zeitler introduces us to the world of "Warriors Embrace," Best Paranormal Book of the Year

September 12th, 2020


Are you into historical fantasy?  Mythology?  Epic series?  Then take a journey to the world of Nyx in Jodi Foster's book, "Warriors Embrace."  Now …

Paul Payten explores how we identify in his book, "LIving With a Vagina: You Show Me Yours, I'll Show You Mine"

September 9th, 2020


Paul Payten is a socially conscious artist whose book "Living with A Vagina: You Show Me Yours, I'll Show You Mine" raises the questions - what could …

Sherry Longshore visits Rebuilding Your Life Radio to talk about her book "Extricate"

September 9th, 2020


In "Extricate" Sherry Longshore shares recurring dreams and short stories.  Some people live in the world of daydreams.  As they write their stories, they find a way to connect to other people.  In the process of …

Don Bennett pays tribute to his wife in "Say Goodnight Elizabeth"

August 22nd, 2020


Don Bennett wrote "Say Goodnight Elizabeth" as a tribute to his wife of almost 35 years.  Over the 4 years of her illness with Lou Gehrig's disease, Don was her constant companion and caregiver.  Through it all, they …

Susanne Kessaris' "Checkerboard Quilt" brings back comforting memories of childhood in a simpler time

August 19th, 2020


Susanne Kessaris celebrates her memories of spending time on her grandparents' farm as a child.  There was so much to discover in the environment.  There was time and space to explore the outdoors, taking walks in the …

Who's the best cardiologist for your marriage? Jeff Mathews knows.

August 18th, 2020


Jeff Mathews is a minister.  In prayer and meditation, he became aware that communication and companionship in the marriage relationship is critical to its health, literally and figuratively.  During this time of 24/7 …

Be guided on your "Journey to Health" with Kate Blecher

August 18th, 2020


Kate Blecher didn't start out as an energetic healer.  In fact, she spent 20 years as a Wall Street analyst.  It was a high stress position that required a great deal of flying.  Kate was afraid to fly and sought out a …

Mark Phillips talks about "Salvage Humanity," his new graphic novel

August 18th, 2020


Life as we know it on earth has been destroyed.  One man Myles has survived.  If he has survived, there may be others.  That begins a journey to find them.  Perhaps he can salvage humanity.  

What will he find?  Mark …

Raj Lowenstein talks romantic thrillers and diverse character development

August 6th, 2020


Raj Lowenstein is an accomplished author.  She has written the O'Connor Sisters Triglogy, as well as "Through the Fire."  What's different is that her characters are diverse, not only ethnically.  She presents real …

George Lee McGowan shares her rigorous journey to express her true self in "Dear Mom & Dad: You Don't Know Me But."

August 5th, 2020


Being true to your self may require courage to embrace who you are and live in that reality.  George Lee McGowan has spent her life discovering her true self, making peace with it, and facing family and society with the …

Joseph Lessard helps us navigate the coming of age world of "Echoes of Fairborn HIgh"

August 5th, 2020


Joseph Lessard grew up in the 1950s.  Although this is an entertaining, fictional work, Lessard colors it with the life and times of that era.  It's …

Calvin Cassady talks about the Big Event in his life and "Bridging the Gap"

August 5th, 2020


You're 19 years old, preparing to pursue your goals and life purpose, only to meet with extraordinary circumstances that change your life forever. …

Douglas Grady communicates guidance for humanity share with him through dialogues with Apostle John

August 5th, 2020


Did you know that you have a choice?  You can prepare for the upcoming era of Love and Light and prosper in the coming 1000 years of peace.  You can embrace the photon energies coming to planet Earth now, forgive and …

April Wise reveals her mother's journey through Alzheimer's as "The Haunting of Lois"

August 5th, 2020


Imagine yourself in this situation:  You think you're in control.  You're surrounded by too much work, the daily clutter and family members going in …

Kristen Walton helps lift your day with "Light in the Enchanted Forest"

August 5th, 2020


Kristen Walton's  award winning children's book, "Light in the Enchanted Forest," helps children (and adults) become aware that when they make …

For Janalee Beck, Life is Sextastic!

August 4th, 2020


In Sextastic!, Janalee Beck shows how couples can improve their sex lives in 7 weeks as they work through her workbook together.  

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George Martin's "Faithwalking in Our Time" is a call to action for Restorative Justice

July 29th, 2020


Imagine being sent to prison for a 20 year sentence for a crime you did not commit.  Imagine the joy when 5 years later, the State Supreme Court overturns the conviction.  But also acknowledge that the things you saw …

How do you escape psychological manipulation and rebuild your life?

July 29th, 2020


 If you are a fan of films like "Gaslight," you will enjoy this tale of mental manipulation: "There Was a Crooked Man: A Psychological Thriller." …

For author Nina Kelley, Grace Has a Silent Voice

July 28th, 2020


Nina Kelly lives a rich life.  She shares what she's taken away from her experiences in the collection of letters that make up "Grace Has a Silent …

The Color of Grace author Jennifer Delaney talks adventure, intrigue and the importance of family on Rebuilding Your LIfe Radio

July 19th, 2020


One of the pillars of the Train Your Brain, Claim Your Power program is the importance of of social relationships - family, friends and community.  On this call, Jennifer Delaney talks about the core relationships …

Thomas Barrett is grateful in "Angels Always with Me: A Memoir of Faith, Love and Great Courage on Rebuilding Your LIfe Radio

July 19th, 2020


Thom Barrett and his wife Lynda lived every day by faith, love and courage.  They adopted a son Ty who was born with Addison's Disases.  Their second child, born prematurely, died within a week.  Their next child, Andy …

Toni Page shares the wisdom of "Speak Only Kindnesses: Directing the New Energies"

July 14th, 2020


Toni Page shares the thoughts she was given on directing new energies to reconstruct the world.  According to the source, the earth has entered a new energy field in space which will facilitate earth's development well …

Rebuilding Your Life Radio shares how to train your brain, learn life lessons in picture book "Ellie the Hen Afraid of Worms" by Kira Brettschneider with Host Susan Sherayko

July 13th, 2020


Australian author Kira Brettschneider writes children's picture books with positive messages.  In her third book, "Ellie the Hen Afraid of Worms," Kira shares the message that one can get over one's fears using good …

Pamela Bradley, author of "It's Like Magic, But Even Better," uses the eyes of nature to brighten up the day

July 7th, 2020


Children's book author, Pamela Bradley (It's LIke Magic, But Even Better) has found a message that helps children learn the magic of positive thinking.  Margaret Ann finds examples in nature to help her friends brighten …

Brett Nelson speaks about channeling and the presence of God on Rebuildig Your Life Radio with Susan Sherayko

June 26th, 2020


Training your brain and claiming your power to rebuild your life comes from a variety of sources, not always mainstream.  To the average person, the concept of channeling may bring out our Inner Skeptic.  That was …

Robert Alan Krum shares his "Feathers from Heaven on Rebuilding Your Life Radio with Susan Sherayko

June 26th, 2020


Alan Krum didn't start out to write a book of poems.  He set out to write letters to God to help him get through difficult emotional times.  The …

Alvin Epp looks "Through the Eyes of Guilt" on Rebuilding Your LIfe Radio with Susan Sherayko

June 25th, 2020


Alvin Epp, author of "Through the Eyes of Guilt" has always wondered whether our lives are motivated through guilt.  As he researched the subject he learned much more about the value of becoming present in the moments …

Bonya Matthews helps new moms rebuild their lives after bringing baby home in 20 Checklists Feed Your Infant for Free and Lose Weight

June 25th, 2020


Women's Health and Lactation Educator, Bonya Matthews, has worked in this field for years.  Often she watched as the technical information shared in conferences and community groups overwhelmed already stressed out …

Find Your Life Mission with a Little Help from Roots and Rocks Author Wendy Irwin on Rebuilding Your Life Radio with Host Susan Sherayko

June 17th, 2020


Wendy Irwin, author of "Roots & Rocks" and "Wendy's Whimsical Recipes",  is a guide to help us find our life mission.  Clairvoyant at birth, an entrepreneur at 6, Wendy offers several products and services online …

Has the 7th Trumpet Sounded? Connie Anderson shares her thoughts on the Book of Revelations, End Times and Biblical Prophecy

June 16th, 2020


Connie Anderson is the author of two books, "The Red Horse War Against God's Government" and "The Seven Thunders."  A student of prophetic books in the Bible like Ezekiel and Daniel, and other more contemporary prophets …

Jeanne Trantel reveals that even the worst situations contain "Disguised Blessings" when you work your way through them.

June 15th, 2020


When Jeanne Trantel's stock broker husband turned into a bank robber, her life was devastated in full public view of national television.  In her …

John L. Givens, motivational speaker, youth specialist and author, "Poetry in the Spirit: Inspiration at Your Point of Need, shares thoughts on motivating today's rudderless youth.

June 15th, 2020


John L. Givens is a motivational speaker, youth specialist and author, "Poetry in the Spirit: Inspiration at Your Point of Need."  He has devoted his entire life to finding ways to motivate young men to achieve …

Sir Justus Abramelech, author "The Chosen Journey of LIfe", shares universal laws that create values for others

June 15th, 2020


In "The Chosen Journey of Life: The Heart to Know, Search and Seek Out Wisdom," Sir Justus Abramelech shares wisdom that helps others help …

Karttikeyan Yoga teacher and practitioner Samyama Flowering Tree shares Eastern Guided Imagery and Creative Visualization and her own spiritual journey.

June 10th, 2020


In this episode, Samyama Flowering Tree, Karttikeyan Yoga teacher and practitioner, shares one of the progressive meditations from her book "Karttikeyan Yoga NIdra: A Course Manual on Eastern Guided Imagery and Creative …

Almost to Heaven Author Jean Nielsen talks about her near death experience

June 10th, 2020


Rebuilding Your Life Radio in conjunction with Train Your Brain, Claim Your Power now provides more opportunities for us to share the journeys of those affected by sudden and great loss, what they did to heal and …

Insights on How to Thrive in the "New" Economy

May 9th, 2020


Dr. Randall Bell shares insights into how we can get past the deep dive of the recent shutdown, survive the consequences and go on to thrive in the …

Train Your Brain, Claim Your Power in Times of Crisis

April 20th, 2020


In challenging times, it's helpful to know how to maintain your positive attitude, ask the right questions and develop the right routines so you can …

Preparing to Train Your Brain to Claim Your Power

March 14th, 2020


You have the power within you to handle whatever life throws your way -- including the Covina virus.  We'll be talking about powering up!  Planning, preventing, preparing and building good habits to support you …

Train Your Brain, Claim Your Power with those you love - Program 2

February 12th, 2020


In this program, we invite our significant others to join us as we discuss the dreams closest to our hearts and learn to support one another.  

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