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1101 East Central Entrance
Duluth, MN 55811
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Who was the gentleman that spoke at 6 p.m. on March 12? I would like to hear that message again. He spoke about his homosexuality, his involvement in drugs, etc.
March 13, 2014, 12:09 a.m. GMT
July 5, 2013, 2:46 p.m. GMT
Listening to your broadcast about men, masculinity and what I wish my father had said to me. I can't think of anything I wish he had said to me because he NEVER said anything uplifting or supportive or even kind, loving and understanding. I grew up with a big empty space where the love, caring and v
alidation from a father should have been. I started shutting down to him before I was even 10 yrs old. As I became a young person in teens I quit talking to him or even looking at him. I tried to cut him out of my awareness and survive till I could get away from him. He had 10 offspring (7 boys, 3 girls) and I was his least favored. I am actually proud of that fact. I found him mean spirited, negative, obscessive and volitile. Now days it would be called bi-polar. He was verbally, spiritually, emodtionally, abscessively abusive and at times, dangerously physically abusive. He knocked me out more than once with a bare fisted blow to the side of my head. He was a champion amatuer boxer. I lived in fear as I grew older. I thought this is what married life is and I swore at a very early age that I would never marry. The sad thing is that he came off as being intensly religious. We were forced to go to church every day of the week and sometimes 3 times on Sunday. Looking back I know I was suicidal in my teens. I am now in my 60's and a husband, father, grandfather, Veteran as well as a Christian man who has found a relationship with God and my Savior Jesus Christ. I have a religion but my relationship with God is first. Have spent my life being as unlike my biological (sire) as possible. I don't recognize that person as my father anymore. My Almighty Father in heaven is the only Father I recognize. I have learned that true Forgiveness is a daily struggle and not just a one time thing. One has to make the effort through prayer in the Holy Spirit and "put on" forgiveness. So in closing let me make this observation concerning my personal history. There is NOTHING I wish my biological HAD said to me but there is MUCH I wish he hadn't said to me or done to me.
May 8, 2012, 6 p.m. GMT
Yesterday you had a speaker talking about the impact of thoughts on our spirit. I did not catch her name but she was on at 2:00 Aug 29... Is it possible to get that on pod cast? I would love to hear it again.. Robin 218-940-4563
Aug. 30, 2011, 3:26 p.m. GMT
Delight yourself with Christian tracks from Duluth, MN, United States by enjoying Faith 90.5 - KDNI.
April 23, 2010, 9:36 p.m. GMT
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