Click here to listen to Three Remarkable Indian Saints if you do not see the player above. The podcast length is 27:15 minutes. Swami Sivananda-Hridayananda The next heart-treasure I want to tell you about is Swami Sivananda-Hridayananda of Sivananda Ashram. Show More Summary
Click here to listen to Memories of Sri Maitri Devi if you do not see the player above. The podcast length is 15:03 minutes. My first trip to India I was always in walking distance of at least one saint. And sometimes I was living with them. Show More Summary
Click here to listen to The Monk That Challenged Lenin: Yogeshwar Brahmachari if you do not see the player above. The podcast length is 15:48 minutes. I first saw Sri Yogeshwar Brahmachari at the birthday celebration of Anandamayi Ma in 1971. Show More Summary
Click here to listen to Raihana Tyabji, the Moslem Saint Who Worshiped Krishna if you do not see the player above. The podcast length is 25:48 minutes. One afternoon in India in a conversation my friend Rani Bhan told me about Raihana Tyabji, a Moslem saint, an associate of Gandhi, who lived in Delhi. Show More Summary
In a radio interview, Stuart Shepard explains why a federal judge was wrong to send a county clerk to jail, and what state legislatures could be doing to protect Christian elected officials. He also offers some observations on the most recent presidential debate. His conversation with Bob Crittenden was heard on Faith Radio in Alabama […]
In this short talk, Guy Finley talks about how an authentic struggle is necessary in order to realize the flowering of the goodness that is seeded within us. [audio mp3="http://www.beliefnet.com/columnists/lettinggo/files/2015/08/20150524_shorttalk.mp3"][/audio]
Click here to listen to Memories of Didima (Swami Muktananda Giri), Mother of Anandamayi Ma if you do not see the player above. The podcast length is 16:55 minutes. Swami Muktananda Giri, the mother of Anandamayi Ma In America before...Show More Summary
Today is our last CitizenLink Radio program. We’re grateful to the listeners of more than 500 radio stations who have joined us in support of life, marriage and religious freedom. Our radio program is ending, but the work of CitizenLink goes on. We will continue to work with our 38 state groups across the country […]
Click here to listen to Tips for Successful Meditation if you do not see the player above. The podcast length is 18:28 minutes. In this the seventh podcast on the Yoga Life, Abbot George gives tips for success in meditation. You will...Show More Summary
Former StemExpress tech Holly O’Donnell recounts a heartbreaking experience in a new video from the Center for Medical Progress.
Kim Trobee asks Bob Vander Plaats about the The Family Leadership Summit in Iowa. It presented conservative presidential candidates with questions that conservatives care about.
Three Kentucky County Clerks say they will not issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. All three clerks cite their deeply held religious belief for the decision. Now The Family Foundation of Kentucky, one of CitizenLink’s allied state family policy groups, is planning a rally to support the county clerks. Kent Ostrander of the Family Foundation […]
LISTEN: A conversation with author Amy Wilkinson http://podcast.posttv.com/washpost-production/54f4a39be4b0c81ab4fbc204/20150814/55ce5d38e4b003b2edfb6217/55ce5d3ee4b0002db6c8d2ba_1351620000001-300030_t_1439587657067_44100_160_2.mp3 This...Show More Summary
Stuart Shepard runs into some trouble when he applies for a job as a county clerk in Kentucky. On today’s CitizenLink radio, he has a question for Gov. Steve Beshear, one that every reporter should be asking. You may also watch this commentary as a video.
Have you ever walked through a junkyard? You know, rows of old rusty cars sitting around waiting for someone to buy a radiator or a bumper? Over there’s a blue Dodge Dart with one side bashed in and the door gone from the other side. Next to that a red and yellow Volkswagen Beetle without […]
CitizenLink has been asked a lot about last week’s debate. We were interested in the candidates’ responses on life, marriage and religious freedom. Our incoming president, Paul Weber, visits with Stuart Shepard to discuss how those issues were handled by the various candidates.
Those big yellow school buses are beginning to show up on the roads. Students are wondering about their new teachers. And the nation’s largest teachers union will be leveraging the recent Supreme Court decision to change what the children in your life will be taught about marriage and relationships. And it will not be a […]
The president has condemned the trade of human organs in Africa. So why hasn’t he spoken out against the Planned Parenthood videos here at home?
The state executive council votes 3-2 to deny nearly $650,000 to Planned Parenthood.
CitizenLink talks to Tom Minnery about his retirement and incoming CEO Paul Weber’s vision for the future.