July 28, 2014 in News by James L. Paris
http://www.christianmoney.com Kendall Carver, founder of the International Cruise Victim's Organization http://www.internationalcrimevictims.org Mr. Carver shares the story of his own daughters disappearance on a cruise ship ten years ago. His daughter was never seen again and he formed the cruise victims organization to help others that have also been victims of crimes on cruise ships. Most people are not aware of the high percentage of crimes that occur while on cruises and what little recourse Full Article [...]
July 28, 2014 in Politics by James L. Paris
http://www.christianmoney.com On this episode Jim discusses the federal court ruling that makes carrying a gun in the nation's capital now legal. Why did Amazon stock plummet and Facbook stock skyrocket this week? One man selling goldmine for Bitcoin. UFO reported by numerous witnesses this weekend in Toronto. NASA says that the earth had a near miss with a solar flare in 2012, one that could have wiped out all electronics and returned us to the stone age. The typical household has lost one third Full Article [...]
July 27, 2014 in Christian Living, Personal Growth, Religion by Terry Miller
It feels so good to be back from a very long sabbatical - open heart sugery with 5 bypasses followed by emergency gall bladder removal. During this time God inspired me to complete my first ebook: "21 calls to ACTION for spiritual growth"
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July 27, 2014 in Christian Living, Personal Growth by Terry C. Markoff
I can honestly say that for the first 30 years in my life, "I don't ever remember a time when I was disappointed or angry with God because of something I thought He did to me, or because of something that I thought He didn't do for me."
By the time I moved my family to Texas, I was pretty sure that God was who He said He was. On my end, I didn't have any kind of relationship with Him, but I did try to live my life by following at least some of the Ten Commandments that I was aware of (most Full Article [...]
July 27, 2014 in Careers by James L. Paris
One theme that I have harped on for years is the notion that there are job openings if you just look for them. Of course, anecdotes are interesting but not always helpful. I have heard (and have shared) stories of so called boom towns that have zero percent unemployment. I have read stories of people picking up everything and simply moving to one of these towns. This week I ran across an online tool that takes the whole idea of a nationwide job search to a new level. Not only will you be able Full Article [...]
July 26, 2014 in Christian Living, Marriage, Relationships by Lon
Since childhood you, me and many people the world over have made what can be described only as some pretty inane statements that defy the logic of common sense. Saying things like...if I had a nickel for every time he said that…or…if only they had asked me…or when I get older the proverbial, I wish…and the list goes on forever. Today we are discussing a successful marriage and what happens when you got your wish.In the area of your successful marriage, you make a lot of wishes and whether Full Article [...]
July 22, 2014 in Business by James L. Paris
http://www.christianmoney.com On this episode Jim shares the amazing story of the 'Cool Cooler' and how one man raised $6.5 million for his idea using Kickstarter. The backstory on how the conservative media foiled the plans for a resort and spa being bought to house illegal immigrant children. 40 shootings in the city of Chicago this weekend and how the city looks like the next Detroit. Bitcoin investor Tim Draper backing proposal to split California up into six different states. Facebook to begin Full Article [...]
July 22, 2014 in Survival by James L. Paris
http://www.christianmoney.com Will You Survive When The Power Goes Off? Author Matthew Stein joins Jim Paris Live to discuss his book, When Technology Fails. Stein shares the real life consequences of an extended power outage, including the loss of cell phones, Internet service, gas stations not able to turn pumps on, grocery supply chain drying up, and the possible meltdown of nuclear power plants. Full Article [...]
July 20, 2014 in Christian Living, Marriage, Relationships by Lon
Being married is kinda like a pebble when it is tossed into a peaceful pool. It creates ripples. The effects of your decisions are like those ripples spreading out across the surface of your relationship. When you tossed the pebble, you became obligated to follow the ripples as far as they would go and make your marriage a success. Sometimes the results of the ripples in our lives cannot be reversed. As you go through your married life, you are quick to learn that grievous lesson.But to the extent Full Article [...]
July 19, 2014 in News by azsuntail
I was disappointed in Jim Paris' criticism of Glenn Beck. Can any of us really foresee the unforeseen consequences our actions? We can't but were admonished to sow seed even though some of which would fall on rocky soil.
Harsh, cruel actions rarely, if ever evoke a response of love and too often Christians are quick to criticize others well-intended actions. (Speck in your eye vs log in mine problem.)
Jesus was criticized for allowing valuable oil to be used on his feet instead of giving Full Article [...]