World Leaders & Thinkers “In Their Own Words
Here is where you can experience the vast wisdom and knowledge of geniuses as interviewed by Dr. Alvin Augustus Jones. Listen to them in their own words as they share their expertise. This experience will give you strength for your journey and food for thought. Please feel free to browse the interviews listing by clicking it. Some audio and video is in Windows Media Format. To download a free Windows Media Player, click the link below. Thanks for stopping by.
Creativity is not just painting or writing—it’s stepping outside the way you normally think to achieve greater happiness and personal fulfillment. With mindful, heart-based practices, 99 Keys to a Creative Life helps you make the most of your creative opportunities, transforming the ordinary into the extraordinary.
Nurture and strengthen your imaginative expression, as well as your link to what inspires you, by applying the 33 keys found in each of the three sections: awareness, intuition, and connection to spirit. These keys provide practical methods for daily inspiration and action, making every day more creative and successful. Presenting innovative […]
The Swift Diet: 4 Weeks To Mend The Belly, Lose The Weight, And Get Rid of the Bloat With Kathie Madonna Swift chats with Dr. Alvin
The latest research on the gut microbiome, the bacteria that lives in the gut, confirms what Kathie Madonna Swift has known for years: when we eat in a way that soothes our digestive problems, we address weight issues at the same time. A leading holistic dietitian/nutritionist, Swift noticed that women who want to lose weight generally suffer from a host of annoying digestive issues—and seemingly unrelated ailments such as joint pain and troublesome skin. Changing their gut bacteria by changing their diet, Swift has helped thousands of women lose weight without going hungry. In The Swift […]
This book should be read as a requirement for anyone diagnosed with cancer. It will serve as a tremendous practical guide for cancer patients and their families.
-Thomas N. Seyfried,
Professor of biology at Boston College and author of Cancer as a Metabolic Disease: On the Origin, Management, and Prevention of Cancer.
This book is a “must read” for every adult as cancer remains our greatest enemy. If you have experience with cancer, via a family member or friend, once you start reading this book, it will be hard to put down.
-Peter L. Pedersen,
Professor of Biological Chemistry & Oncology, Johns […]
What Is Love?–Part 1
What is love? This is a question a lot of people are asking today, and desiring an answer. For some people love is an emotional feeling that they have over a person such as “infatuation”. Some people believe love is sex, or “making love to someone”. And then there are those who say love is an expression such as “I love football”. What is love? Depending on the relationship we have with someone our level of love can be different with them. Even our meaning of love might be different […]
What A Weekend To Remember
Wow! My wife and I experienced a wonderful weekend on May 1-3, in Reston, Va., at a Family Life Today marriage conference called, “A Weekend To Remember”. We enjoyed listening to different speakers, meeting new couples, working on projects together, writing our love letters to each other, going on a date night, and just talking and expressing ourselves to one another. We have attended several Family Life Today marriage conferences before in our 30 years of marriage. If you haven’t heard of Family […]
Living In The Family: Motherhood No Instructions Included With Tyrone Stradford chats with Dr. Alvin
Motherhood: No Instructions Included-Part 1
This week I have a guest blogger . . . my lovely wife, Donna. She is going to share with you over the next two weeks on the topic of “Motherhood – No Instructions Included.” I hope you enjoy reading it.
I had a wonderful Mother’s Day. I hope you did too. I spent it with my “four favorite people” . . . my husband and my three children. I am so grateful for the relationship that I have with my three grown children. As I look back, it […]
In-Laws, The Extended Family–Part 3
Today’s blog is the final installment of the series on In-laws, the extended family. We have been looking at the relationship between married couples and their in-laws. Last week I made the statement, “I believe when God created marriage, He knew that in-laws would be needed to play a major role, in building a strong and healthy family unit with married couples.” Today I want to look at the role that in-laws play as an extended family in building a strong family unit. […]