Channel 2 — March 2, 2024
Today’s featured interview:
speaking about “Quick Fall of Light”
Can A Shocking Resurrection From Extinction Save Mankind?
While the world succumbs to the horrors of a great flu epidemic, a woman vows to protect the perilous fate of a bird whose existence manipulates the destiny of man.
In this suspenseful tale, part Michael Crichton, part Rachel Carson, a global virus sets the tone, but it’s a one-pound bird that determines who lives. . . and who doesn’t. Science collides head-on with the untamed in this powerful novel of redemption.
“A wonderful reading experience... I think anyone who picks up this book will be changed by it.” Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson, Ph.D., Author of When Elephants Weep and Dogs Never Lie About Love
“Quick Fall of Light shares Rachel Carson’s fears for our planet and exhibits Woodley’s own “sense of wonder,” as well as her sure instincts for mystery and suspense.” Linda Lear, Author of Rachel Carson: Witness for Nature
“A prophetic mystery and an environmental thriller, Quick Fall of Light will keep you reading and wondering.” Brenda Peterson, Author of Animal Heart
speaking about “Love and Murder: The Last Days of Vincent Van Gogh”
speaking about “Preventing and Healing Climate Traumas”
Cairns of Finavon
speaking about “The Case of the Wandering Corpse”
speaking about “Who Nuked the Duke”
speaking about “Damaging Secrets ”
speaking about “Quest for a King”
“Quest for a King” begins before the inauguration of the first king, Saul, and continues through the rise of David. Subsequent books in the series will continue the narrative from the viewpoints of various people who may be prominent in the biblical narrative or fictional characters who represent the many thousands of unnamed, unheralded people who lived in this period. Though these stories are Sunday School favorites, this book is not “sanitized” for children. I portray life as it was: difficult and often brutal, but with people attuned to God’s Spirit and will. Through fictional characters I flesh out the emotion behind the cryptic biblical narrative. In Quest for a King, A catastrophic battle sets in motion events that birth Israel’s first monarchy, but the king’s fecklessness puts the fate of the nation in doubt. During the tenuous reign of Israel’s first king, the rise of a charismatic hero drives a wedge between brothers Jeriah and Azel. Can Israel’s fledgling monarchy survive attacks from without and rivals within? Whether royalty, prophets, priests or common shopkeepers, no one escapes the palace intrigue, divided loyalties, and tribal battles that characterized life 3,000 years ago. Can God’s vision be realized? The AGE OF THE KINGDOM series will be appreciated by men who want to revisit these stories, but women have important roles as well. I developed a love for these stories through 17 years of parochial school, a Theology degree and 15 years in Christian ministry, including six years as a church magazine editor in the southern US.
speaking about “It Takes A Woman to Empower Women”
speaking about “Hunting for the Lamb of God”
Colonel U. S. Army Ret.
George A. Milton
speaking about “Failure Is Not The Problem, It's Your Leadership ”
FAILURE IS NOT THE PROBLEM®, IT’S YOUR LEADERSHIP In this win only, winner takes all society, what is the role of failure in leadership? Why are there so many books on leadership? Simply put, because people want, desire, and need leadership! Most people in positions of leadership and authority will talk about how to become successful only, when discussing leadership. In my book, I focused primarily on how to become successful by using your failed experiences. Failure said to success, without me, there is no you! When I examine wildly successful people in all industries, such as business, sports, CEO’s, academia, medical, civil service, the military, you name it and what I find as a common denominator is they all learned how to understand, accept, embrace, and learn from their failures. Do you want to succeed as a leader? If you do, you must learn how to do three things. Fail graciously, get comfortable with your failed experiences and learn from those experiences. Everyone wants to succeed but no one wants to fail. When utilized correctly, failure is the greatest resource on the planet to help you be all that you can be. I have created a formula for this. Get the book and learn what the formula F+RR=S, means. In this, easy to read book you will learn: • Why you are not afraid to fail • That failing can actually be fun • When an organization makes it ok to fail, their people, are more creative, survive, and thrive • How to take action and become successful using your failed experiences