Fairfax May 14, 2019

Our guests today are here to talk about a topic that has two equally compelling but different angles. One side relates to medical technology and its blessings as well as its unintended consequences. The other side: welcoming a baby into a family. The topic is embryo adoption. Intrigued? Our guests today are  Kimberly Tyson, Executive Director of Snowflakes® Embryo Adoptions, a division of Nightlight® Christian Adoptions. For more information go to https://www.nightlight.org/

 

Our guest along with Kimberly Tyson is Nate Birt, an adoptive father and the author of a new book that outlines his family’s experience with embryo adoption.

Nate Birt and his wife, Julie, hoped they might be blessed  with four children. And those blessings started coming along. Almost 10 years and three small boys later, Nate says he brought up the subject of baby number four only to discover his wife had another idea. And thus began their journey that culminated in the birth of their daughter Phoebe, who was placed with their family through embryo adoption with the help of the Snowflakes® Embryo Adoption Program, a division of Nightlight® Christian Adoptions. More than 20 years ago, a couple struggling to start their family approached. His book Frozen, But Not Forgotten: An Adoptive Dad’s Step-by-Step Guide to Embryo Adoption releases in just a few days. The book, Frozen, But Not Forgotten: An Adoptive Dad’s Step-by-Step Guide to Embryo Adoption,
[ISBN: 978-1-946889-96-6] will release in April from Carpenter’s Son Publishing. It will be available from selected book stores and online retailers.
For more information about Nate Birt and the family, visit www.frozenbutnotforgotten.com. Follow Nate on Twitter at @natebirt, join the conversation on Facebook at @AuthorNateBirt or connect on LinkedIn.

 

This is a Holiday Special.  Kathryn and Production team will talk about what Easter means to them. They will open it up to calls from listeners.

Kathryn will also share her favorite Easter dinner menus as well.  Join in this Holiday Special! Give the station a call at 513-579-1160 or stream it on Christian Talk 1160 AM at 10:00 AM. She will be giving prizes out as well.

 

Gerald Blumenthal was our guest for religious Holiday of Passover. As well Our guest today is Dr. Gerald Blumenthal a mechanical engineer, an industrial psychologist, Speaker, businessman  & the author of six books. He will discuss the Religious Holidays of Passover.

 

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WCVX 1160 AM 10/13/2018

Our guest today is Dr. Gerald Blumenthal a mechanical engineer, an industrial psychologist, Speaker, business man & the author of six books.

Over the past 35 years Gerry has been examining the handwriting of criminals.  In his latest book – SERIAL KILLERS-THEIR LIVES-THEIR CRIMES & THEIR HANDWRITING he describes the commonalities found in the handwriting of 34 serial killers.

Aside from idiosyncrasies found in their handwriting he also examined the childhoods of these killers. Contrary to many reports serial killers are not born to kill. In 99% of all cases he found that these serial killers had traumatic childhoods – Divorce, adoption and physical & sexual abuse. Bed-wetting, arson, petty theft and the killing of small animals were found in almost every case.

The most common observation was the so called – Felon’s Claw. This appears in almost every one of the 34 killers I examined. I also found the use of block capitals in the middle of cursive handwriting was a common factor.

In fact the case of Oba Chandler (murderer of a mother & her two daughters) is noteworthy because he used the felon’s claw & the block capitals in his handwriting. He was eventually caught after an alert police force in Tampa placed a sample of his handwriting on five billboards around the Tampa Bay area. For more information to book Dr. Gerald Blumenthal as a speaker or to purchase his books  go to www.drgeraldblumenthal.com

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