Gun Violence and Trauma: A Discussion with Ray Nelson
Being A Dad...On Purpose
This was an interview recorded on June 2nd. There has been some delays in getting this episode uploaded. It is still relevant and necessary. Gun violence is a major issue facing America. Our kids are learning how to hide from active shooters in schools, kids in the inner city are walking on different sides of the street to avoid altercations, and much more. Our children are victims even if they aren't near the shooter. They wonder if their school is next, their friend is next, or their family is next. It's traumatizing and unfair. So, how do we as parents address it? How do we bring comfort? How do we help them understand their value and the value they bring to others? In this conversation, I am joined by Ray Nelson, Director of Outreach and Soul Care at The House D.C. in Washington, D.C. This is a hard conversation, but necessary. I hope you can engage and listen to what is said. This is not political. This is just a focus on how to address the issue with our children and how to be a safe space. MUSIC by iEarn FIST. Support indie music and check out his album. Link to articles shared in the episode: Gun Violence Archive --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beingadadonpurpose/support
Ep. 5 - Short Short Story 4: "8 O'Clock in the Morning" By Ray Nelson
The Whatslacking Podcast
Mr. Nada (that is Mr. Nothing, a nobody) "awakens" from our imposed television and advertising-induced trance to see that our overlords are not the wealthy scions of elite families but many-eyed reptilian aliens who use the hypnotism of consumerism to literally consume us.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-whatslacking-podcast/support
Finding Your Mission Statement for Yourself and Your Family: A Discussion with Ray Nelson
Being A Dad...On Purpose
In this episode I have a conversation with my good friend, Ray Nelson from the 4th Quarter, LLC. He is a mentor, public speaker, community activist, leader, and most importantly, a father and husband. He cares deeply about his family and lives a life with purpose and conviction. In our discussion we focus on the importance of developing a mission statement for yourself as a parent, but also a mission statement for your family. Enjoy the show! Remember, like, subscribe, and share the podcast! You can connect with Ray here: Instagram Facebook --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beingadadonpurpose/support
Ray Nelson Advocacy and IEP Coaching BioI approach advocacy and IEP coaching a little differently. Part of that is my background, which is in sales and finance. I come from a work culture designed to solve problems rather than minimize them. That means I focus more on the child and less on the conflict, which increases my success rate with schools and IEP teams. By keeping focus on the child, many times I am able to sidestep personality clashes and create a solid plan for my clients. Making education better and more accessible is my goal for every client, every meeting, and every IEP team. As a volunteer advocate for many years, I started my business in 2016 to help more children. My many years of experience, both paid and volunteer, have given me a wide exposure to different situations and creative solutions.LinksFacebook: facebook.com/NelsonAdvocacyInstagram: @SealYourFAPETwitter: @raynelsonWebsite: NelsonAdvocacy.comBook: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B094DR473WRay Nelson, Advocate Nelson Advocacy Ray@NelsonAdvocacy.com 540-220-8539
Today on Ready. Set. Scale!, ScanSource Senior Vice President, Ray Nelson, talks about the benefits of harnessing the recurring revenue opportunities provided by ScanSource and Intelisys! Do you have a business question you’ve always wanted answered but haven’t had the opportunity to ask? If the answer is YES, please visit scansource.com/rssquestion and submit your question—it could be featured on a future episode!
Turning the Face the Cross with the Rev. Hannah Wilder, Owen Hodges and Karen Ray Nelson
Faith To Go Podcast
This week Faith To Go formation team members Charlette Preslar, The Reverend Hannah Wilder and guests Owen Hodges and Karen Ray Nelson consider Jesus' openness, the way we process corrections, and our ever present choice to turn and face the Cross. All resources can be found at www.myfaithtogo.org
El Club Poe - Capítulo 4: Las 8 en punto de la mañana, de Ray Nelson
Siete Notas en Negro
Nuevo capítulo de El club Poe, nuestro pequeño homenaje a los relatos teatralizados, la radio-ficción y los audio relatos.Esta vez os traemos el relato de Ray Nelson "Las 8 en punto de la mañana", historia que John Carpenter utilizaría de base para esa maravillosa película que dirigió en 1988, Están vivos.Apagad las luces y dadle al play.En este episodio colaboran: Ivanckaroo Banzai e Iván Fanlo e Ignacio Zarranz. El díbujo de "El club poe"corre a cargo de Mike Remacha.Lá música utilizada contiene derechos Creative commons y ha sido la siguiente:Sings In The Fields by Rafael KruxLink: https://filmmusic.io/song/5302-sings-in-the-fields-License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Lights by Rafael KruxLink: https://filmmusic.io/song/5309-lights-License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Machina by Scott BuckleyThis work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License
Las ocho en punto de la mañana, de Ray Nelson (Audio relato voz humana)
Las ocho en punto de la mañana, de Ray Nelson (Audio relato voz humana)"Las ocho en punto de la mañana" ("Eight O'Clock in the Morning"), relato publicado en 1963, nos narra como su protagonista, George Nada, despierta repentinamente a una horrible realidad a la que el resto de la humanidad es ajena.Este relato inspiró el film "Están vivos" ("The Live", 1988) de John Carpenter, que terminó por convertirse en una película de culto.NOTA: Lo sé, las "vacaciones" han pasado a durar casi tres años... Muchas cosas han pasado en todo este tiempo, pero espero seguir publicando audios de vez en cuando. ¡Gracias por seguir ahí!Relato de Ray Nelson narrado por voz humana.Web oficial: radioalbemuth.comTambién disponible en iTunes y YouTube. - Síguenos en Facebook @radioalbemuthMúsica inicio: "Coming to L.A." de John Carpenter y Alan HowarthMúsica final: "Wake Up" de John Carpenter y Alan HowarthIntro Radio Albemuth: "Information Shutdown" de Eric Matyas.
This week Faith To Go formation team members David Tremaine and Charlette Preslar, joined by special guest Karen Ray Nelson, discuss the story of Jesus appearing to his disciples on Easter day from this week's gospel reading, it's implications for our spiritual lives, and what conversations at home will be like based on these gospel themes. All resources can be found at www.myfaithtogo.org
Rish Outcast 143: Eight O'Clock In The Morning (By Ray Nelson)
Rish (and special guest star) presents the classic Sci-Fi story "Eight O'Clock in the Morning" by Ray Faraday Nelson.It's a tale with a very familiar premise, but how about the opposite one? You can Right-Click HERE to download the episode directly . . . . . . aww, it's not for you. It's more of a Shelbyville idea. Logo by Gino "They Live" Moretto.