Category Archives: Orthodox

The Miracle of Chimayo

Milagro.  For some the Spanish word conjures up images of bean-field wars. Frijoles were not on my list of things to experience during my pilgrim­age to El Santuario de Chimayo where, it is said, the earth contains great medical powers.  … Continue reading

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The symbolism of Notre Dame and why it touched us all

April 16, 2019 – It may not be an exaggeration to say millions of people around the world awoke this morning with the same thought: What survived the fire at Notre Dame? Many of us went to bed knowing the … Continue reading

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The Holy See’s Blindness

Politics and sex.  There was a time when some of us “seasoned” individuals believed that you could not get enough of either.  Sadly, that is not the case lately.  Politics and sex; sex and politics.  I do not know about you, but it has … Continue reading

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#3 Lent and its meaning for 21st Century Christians

On today’s big Blogcast (listen by clicking here), Fr. Serge Veselinovich of Sts. Constantine and Helen Serbian Orthodox Church in Galveston, Texas, the oldest Orthodox parish in the state, talked about Lent and what it means to 21st century Christians. … Continue reading

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Upcoming shows

Tuesday, March 8, 2011, on the big blogcast we’re delighted to have as our guest Fr. Serge Veselinovich of Sts. Constantine and Helen Serbian Orthodox Church (http://orthodoxhistory.org/category/american-south) in Galveston, Texas, the oldest Orthodox parish in the state.  He’ll be here … Continue reading

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#2 Surviving Wonderland: Epilepsy’s stigma with Sharon Powell

This is our premiere show, episode #2.  The first one (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/johndavidpowell/2011/03/03/test-show) we did last week was a test of the big blogcast featuring Sharon Powell who talked about her diagnosis of Temporal Lobe Epilepsy, which affects about 35 million people … Continue reading

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Guest appearances on another show in March

We received confirmation this week for two guest appearances on Together Again, another show on Blog Talk Radio. Monday, March 14, 2011, in the 6 pm hour, Central (7pm Eastern, 4 pm Pacific):  Unemployment discrimination is my part of this … Continue reading

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JDP GTT pilot in the can

Here at the world blogcast headquarters of ShadeyHill Ranch, we produced our pilot, or  test, program on Blog Talk Radio: John David Powell – Gone To Texas.  The title comes from a collection of emails I sent to friends, relatives, … Continue reading

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