March 4: Health Matters

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Let’s take a look at arteries on sleep. Then let’s see how you can calm fibromyalgia.

March 5: Power! Pt. 6

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We re-broadcast the previous Sunday’s airing of Power!

March 3, Hour 2: The Power of Intimacy – Passages on intimacy and how church leaders can promote intimacy

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March 3, Hour 1: Power!, Pt 6 Namaan healed fully

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March 6: Where are we headed?

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Millennials and Generation Z have some ideals and values that differ from the older generations. How might those differences impact the nation’s future?

March 7: Captain Dave Marciano (1pm); Laura Colbert (1:30)

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National Geographic is televising Wicked Tuna, live action about this often dangerous fishing competition. Captain Dave Marciano will discuss his foray into fishing and competition. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp opted not to expand Medicaid choosing, instead, to develop a Medicaid Waiver program. Ms. Laura Colbert, executive with Georgians for A Healthy Future, will discuss the […]

March 8: Mark Pilkington (1pm); Health Matters

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Mark Pilkington is a retail expert having served as CEO and as a consultant. He’s written a book entitled Retail Therapy: Why the Retail Industry is Broken – And What Can Be Done to Fix it. That will be the topic of our discussion. Later we’ll explore the benefits of moving despite fibromyalgia.

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