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This week’s reading involves G. Hobyah. He is all about facing your fears, confronting that which scares you or holds you back. By confronting them you will realize that they are only feeding into your self doubt. He speaks of imaginary fears, unreal hazards and realistic caution. It is time to look for the truth behind our fears, to distinguish between what is real and what is just our projection of old traumas and fears into our imaginary future. By delving into our old patterns, we can see past them to a more liberating life. Only by facing these fears honestly and seeing them, for what they are, do we gain greater ability to open our hearts to courage and gain strength to face the really difficult challenges in our lives. Each false fear confronted and resolved make us more stronger. Now is the time to believe in yourself, in all your capabilities and all that you wish to accomplish. Don’t allow the fear, worry and self doubt to hold you back or control you. Now is the time to face your fears and push back. You’ll see they will shrink in size and you can put the focus on what really matters right now. Don’t get side tracked. You have some great things to accomplish and fear and worry are not part of this story.
Lifespan Family Services and Community County Services present Meet the Candidates 2020 Monday, October 19th was the last day in Pennsylvania to register to vote in the Nov. 3 election in which the presidential battleground state is playing a central role in the contest between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. Voter registration in Pennsylvania has hit a record high in this cycle. State elections officials said Monday that voter rolls in Pennsylvania passed 9 million. That includes more than 4.2 million Democrats and more than 3.5 million Republicans. Democrats continue to hold a substantial registration edge, but Republicans have narrowed the gap by about 200,000 from 2016′s presidential election to about 700,000 now. Joe Taylor of Connect FM recently sat down to talk with the local candidates running for local offices this November 3rd. Connect FM · Meet the Candidates for the 75th District State Rep - Contact with Joe Taylor Candidates running for State Representative (75th District) Connect FM · Meet the Candidates for 25th State Senate - Contact with Joe Taylor Candidates running for State Senate (25th District) Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar reminded mail ballot voters that they must seal their ballot in both the white inner secrecy envelope and the pre-addressed outer return envelope for their ballot to count. “A so-called ‘naked ballot’ is one that is returned without being enclosed in both envelopes, and it won’t be counted. Don’t let your ballot go naked. Remember to “dress” it in both envelopes before returning it,” Secretary Boockvar said. “We want every eligible Pennsylvanian to vote and have their voice heard.” Mail ballot voters also must complete and sign the voter’s declaration on the outer envelope. Even if voters plan to drop off their ballot in person in a drop box or other designated drop-off location, they must still include the pre-addressed outer envelope with their voter’s declaration signed or their ballot won’t be counted. To vote by mail, remember these tips and... Read More.
United By Prayer We’re proud to be partnering with local churches for Sunday Church Services LIVE on-air! Sunday: The First United Methodist Church Worship Service LIVE at 10:30am on Connect FM Sunday: The Lakeside United Methodist Church Services REBROADCAST at 1pm on Connect FM
Sunny 106 and Kim McDonald: State Farm presents Kids in the Community Dani Perri and Katie Pittsley These two won first place in Kids in Business 2020 with their great little business! They decided to donate the proceeds from their bracelets to 2 charitable organizations: the Make-A-Wish Foundation and Stocking Hope! Both Dani and Katie want to do good and try to help out whenever they can. They did the Operation Smile last Valentines, creating cards and messages with their classmates and sent them with M&Ms and snicker bars to soldiers deployed in Afghanistan. During the school shut down at the height of Covid-19 pandemic, they organized a prayer rally with their class at 3pm for 3 days, to pray together for all affected families and health care and service workers. Connect FM · Kids in the Community - Dani and Katie
Location: Punxsutawney, PA Job Type: Full Time JusticeWorks YouthCare, Inc has current openings available for child welfare workers to join their organization. For more info visit FindAJobPA.com Apply and Learn More at Find A Job PA