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Wednesdays at 8:00 pm Eastern Rise to Shine Radio gives a voice to the voiceless by addressing issues occurring in the home, school, or work. Call in your questions or comments at (657) 383-1766. Help save, inspire, and bring awareness to others.

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Now You Know: The Love of a Father, Part Two
Join Nicky Carara, a native missionary in Kingston, Jamaica, each and every Monday, at 6:30 pm Eastern Standard Time or 5:30 pm Jamaican time, right here on Now You Know, as she shows us how to apply Biblical principles to everyday life. Following Biblical principles isn’t always the easiest thing to do, but it is the best and wisest way to live. Learn how to live out the Word of God and be doers of the Word, not just hearers. When you know these things, you will be blessed if you do them. Today, June 26th, we will continue discussion of THE LOVE OF A FATHER on NOW YOU KNOW. Call 657-383-1766 with your questions, prayer requests, or testimony or post them as comments on the show's Facebook page: www.Facebook.com/YouCantSayYouNeverKnew .
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Prayer and Deliverance Hour: The Peace of God, Part II
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Hour this and every Sunday at its new time: 6:30 pm Eastern, 5:30 pm Central, 4:30 pm Mountain, and 3:30 pm Pacific. Tune in as Bishop Herbert Hucks and/or Pastor Kim Dial share their weekly lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Hour. Some Sundays Pastor Kim Dial cannot be with us as she will be conducting a prison ministry at the same time. Please keep her and everyone associated with this show in your prayers. Tonight's topic to be discussed: The Peace of God Note our new Sunday Night Schedule: Sundays beginning at 6:30 until 7:30 pm Eastern. Check for your Time Zone: 6:30 pm Eastern and Atlantic during Daylight Savings Time, 5:30 pm Central, 4:30 pm Mountain, and 3:30 pm Pacific. Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 to get answers to the questions stirring within you. Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-294-7729 or 502-219-4851. Food for Thought: Philippians 4:7 refers to “the peace of God which transcends all understanding.” Most of Paul’s letters began with the words “Grace and peace to you from God, our Father, and the Lord, Jesus Christ.” Peace is a state of tranquility or quietness of spirit that transcends circumstances. The term peace is described in Scripture as a gift from God and congruent with His character (1 Thessalonians 5:23; Galatians 6:16; 1 Peter 1:2; Hebrews 13:20).
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Now You Know: The Love of a Father
Join Nicky Carara, a native missionary in Kingston, Jamaica, each and every Monday, at 6:30 pm Eastern Standard Time or 5:30 pm Jamaican time, right here on Now You Know, as she shows us how to apply Biblical principles to everyday life. Today Nicky will present a post-Father's Day discussion on The Love of a Father. Following Biblical principles isn’t always the easiest thing to do, but it is the best and wisest way to live. Learn how to live out the Word of God and be doers of the Word, not just hearers. When you know these things, you will be blessed if you do them. Monday, June 19th, we will be discussing THE LOVE OF A FATHER on NOW YOU KNOW. Call 657-383-1766 with your questions, prayer requests, or testimony or post them as comments on the show's Facebook page:www.Facebook.com/YouCantSayYouNeverKnew .
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Prayer and Deliverance Hour: The Peace of God
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Hour this and every Sunday at its new time: 6:30 pm Eastern, 5:30 pm Central, 4:30 pm Mountain, and 3:30 pm Pacific. Tune in as Bishop Herbert Hucks and/or Pastor Kim Dial share their weekly lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Hour. Some Sundays Pastor Kim Dial cannot be with us as she will be conducting a prison ministry at the same time. Please keep her and everyone associated with this show in your prayers. Tonight's topic to be discussed: The Peace of God Note our new Sunday Night Schedule: Sundays beginning at 6:30 until 7:30 pm Eastern. Check for your Time Zone: 6:30 pm Eastern and Atlantic during Daylight Savings Time, 5:30 pm Central, 4:30 pm Mountain, and 3:30 pm Pacific. Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 to get answers to the questions stirring within you. Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851. Food for Thought: Philippians 4:7 refers to “the peace of God which transcends all understanding.” Most of Paul’s letters began with the words “Grace and peace to you from God, our Father, and the Lord, Jesus Christ.” Peace is a state of tranquility or quietness of spirit that transcends circumstances. The term peace is described in Scripture as a gift from God and congruent with His character (1 Thessalonians 5:23; Galatians 6:16; 1 Peter 1:2; Hebrews 13:20).
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Bringing a Message to the Masses with Your Help
The Story Behind the Story: "My grandmother & my mother taught me great values, but it wasn't until I came to womanhood that I appreciated what I was taught. I lost my first-born child to SIDS, & that was when I understood how to let go of things. Life is too short to bitter over things that I can't control. I can own my stupidity because I don't have higher expectations from imperfect people. I don't need anyone's validation to feel complete. I am going to make it. I hope that I encourage you by hearing my story. I want to reach the younger generation & urban communities because I believe they can identify with it." ~ Sids Ahky Stevens, Author From the Director: "As a product of a fatherless home until the age of 13, I can remember growing up faster than some of my friends. Since I had to look after most of my brothers & sisters, this helped with understanding the idea of trust, forgiveness, & mercy. First, I had to trust that my mother was giving her best & that everything will go according to plan. Even when things went sideways, somehow, we were led back to the path. I saw my father every now & again, & sometimes he would miss important moments. However, as the oldest, I never had the opportunity to hold guilt or to blame, so I was forced into learning the path of forgiveness. Forgiveness & Mercy go hand in hand." ~ Lee A Smith, the Director The Big Picture: "Our dream is to make this into a feature film so that we can bring this book, this message, & this conversation to the multitudes. Your donations will start the process. A successful festival run with this short will be the launching pad to accomplishing our ultimate goal!" ~ Management 
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Now You Know: Musical Interlude Straight Out of Jamaica
Join Nicky Carara, a native missionary in Kingston, Jamaica, each and every Monday, at 6:30 pm Eastern Standard Time or 5:30 pm Jamaican time, right here on Now You Know, as she shows us how to apply Biblical principles to everyday life. Today, Monday, June 12th, because is Nicky is attending to activities for the FIGHT Mission, she is unable to be in the studio. Instead, she has collected Chistian music written and performed by local Jamaicans that we'll play during the show. Following Biblical principles isn’t always the easiest thing to do, but it is the best and wisest way to live. Learn how to live out the Word of God and be doers of the Word, not just hearers. When you know these things, you will be blessed if you do them. Call 657-383-1766 with your questions, prayer requests, or testimony or post them as comments on the show's Facebook page: www.Facebook.com/YouCantSayYouNeverKnew . NOW YOU KNOW.  You can't say you never knew. Remember: Tune in online every Monday from 6:30 pm. to 7:00 pm Eastern Standard Time.
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Prayer and Deliverance Hour: The Blessings of God, Part III
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Hour this and every Sunday at its new time: 6:30 pm Eastern, 5:30 pm Central, 4:30 pm Mountain, and 3:30 pm Pacific. Tune in as Bishop Herbert Hucks and/or Pastor Kim Dial share their weekly lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Hour. Some Sundays Pastor Kim Dial cannot be with us as she will be conducting a prison ministry at the same time. Please keep her and everyone associated with this show in your prayers. Tonight's topic to be discussed: Part III of The Blessings of God Note our new Sunday Night Schedule: Sundays beginning at 6:30 until 7:30 pm Eastern. Check for your Time Zone: 6:30 pm Eastern and Atlantic during Daylight Savings Time, 5:30 pm Central, 4:30 pm Mountain, and 3:30 pm Pacific. Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 to get answers to the questions stirring within you. Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851. Food for Thought: As a follower of Christ, we have access to God’s Blessings, His Provisions,  and His Favors. According to Deuteronomy 28, "Today I am giving you the laws and teachings of the Lord your God. Always obey them, and the Lord will make Israel the most famous and important nation on earth, and he will bless you in many ways." (verse 1-2 CEVUS06).
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Now You Know: Being God's Will
Join Nicky Carara, a native missionary in Kingston, Jamaica, each and every Monday, at 6:30 pm Eastern Standard Time or 5:30 pm Jamaican time, right here on Now You Know, as she shows us how to apply Biblical principles to everyday life. The topic of discussion on Monday, June 5th, is Nicky's "Being God's Will". According to Romans 2:12 in the Contemporary English Version of the Bible, "Don't be like the people of this world, but let God change the way you think. Then you will know how to do everything that is good and pleasing to Him." Following Biblical principles isn’t always the easiest thing to do, but it is the best and wisest way to live. Learn how to live out the Word of God and be Doers of the Word, not just Hearers. When you know these things, you will be blessed if you do them. Call 657-383-1766 with your questions, prayer requests, or testimony or post them as comments on the show's Facebook page: www.Facebook.com/YouCantSayYouNeverKnew. NOW YOU KNOW.  You can't say you never knew. Remember: Tune in online every Monday from 6:30 pm. to 7:00 pm Eastern Standard Time.
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Prayer and Deliverance Hour: The Blessings of God, Part II
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Hour this and every Sunday at its new time: 6:30 pm Eastern, 5:30 pm Central, 4:30 pm Mountain, and 3:30 pm Pacific. Tune in as Bishop Herbert Hucks and/or Pastor Kim Dial share their weekly lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Hour. Some Sundays Pastor Kim Dial cannot be with us as she will be conducting a prison ministry at the same time. Please keep her and everyone associated with this show in your prayers. Tonight's topic to be discussed: Part II of The Blessings of God Note our new Sunday Night Schedule: Sundays beginning at 6:30 until 7:30 pm Eastern. Check for your Time Zone: 6:30 pm Eastern and Atlantic during Daylight Savings Time, 5:30 pm Central, 4:30 pm Mountain, and 3:30 pm Pacific. Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 to get answers to the questions stirring within you. Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851. Food for Thought: As a follower of Christ, we have access to God’s Blessings, His Provisions,  and His Favors. According to Deuteronomy 28, "Today I am giving you the laws and teachings of the Lord your God. Always obey them, and the Lord will make Israel the most famous and important nation on earth, and he will bless you in many ways." (verse 1-2 CEVUS06).
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Now You Know: The Heart of a Servant
Join Nicky Carara, a native missionary in Kingston, Jamaica, each and every Monday, at 6:30 pm Eastern Standard Time or 5:30 pm Jamaican time, right here on Now You Know, as she shows us how to apply Biblical principles to everyday life. The topic of discussion on Monday, May 29th, is Nicky's "The Heart of a Servant". According to Colossians 3:23-24 in the Contemporary English Version of the Bible, "Do your work willingly, as though you were serving the Lord Himself, and not just your earthly master. In fact, the Lord Christ is the One you are really serving, and you know He will reward you." Following Biblical principles isn’t always the easiest thing to do, but it is the best and wisest way to live. Learn how to live out the Word of God and be doers of the Word, not just hearers. When you know these things, you will be blessed if you do them. Call 657-383-1766 with your questions, prayer requests, or testimony or post them as comments on the show's Facebook page:www.Facebook.com/YouCantSayYouNeverKnew . NOW YOU KNOW.  You can't say you never knew. Remember: Tune in online every Monday from 6:30 pm. to 7:00 pm Eastern Standard Time.
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Prayer and Deliverance Hour: The Blessings of God
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Hour this and every Sunday at its new time: 6:30 pm Eastern, 5:30 pm Central, 4:30 pm Mountain, and 3:30 pm Pacific. Tune in as Bishop Herbert Hucks and/or Pastor Kim Dial share their weekly lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Hour. Some Sundays Pastor Kim Dial cannot be with us as she will be conducting a prison ministry at the same time. Please keep her and everyone associated with this show in your prayers. Tonight's topic to be discussed: The Blessings of God Note our new Sunday Night Schedule: Sundays beginning at 6:30 until 7:30 pm Eastern. Check for your Time Zone: 6:30 pm Eastern and Atlantic during Daylight Savings Time, 5:30 pm Central, 4:30 pm Mountain, and 3:30 pm Pacific. Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 to get answers to the questions stirring within you. Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851. Food for Thought: As a followers of Christ, we have access to the Blessings, God’s provisions and favors. According to Deuteronomy 28, "Today I am giving you the laws and teachings of the Lord your God. Always obey them, and the Lord will make Israel the most famous and important nation on earth, and he will bless you in many ways." (verse 1-2n CEVUS06).  
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Now You Know: Soar on the Wings of Eagles
Join Nicky Carara, a native missionary in Kingston, Jamaica, each and every Monday, at 6:30 pm Eastern Standard Time or 5:30 pm Jamaican time, right here on Now You Know, as she shows us how to apply Biblical principles to everyday life. Today's topic of discussion of May 15th is "Soar on the Wings of Eagles". According to Isaiah 40:31 CEVUS06, "But those who trust the Lord will find new strength. They will be strong like eagles soaring upward on wings; they will walk and run without getting tired". Following Biblical principles isn’t always the easiest thing to do, but it is the best and wisest way to live. Learn how to live out the Word of God and be doers of the Word, not just hearers. When you know these things, you will be blessed if you do them. Call 657-383-1766 with your questions, prayer requests, or testimony or post them as comments on the show's Facebook page: www.Facebook.com/YouCantSayYouNeverKnew. NOW YOU KNOW.  You can't say you never knew. Remember: Tune in online every Monday from 6:30 pm. to 7:00 pm Eastern Standard Time.
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Prayer & Deliverance: Parenting Righteously, Naturally, & Spiritually, Part 2
During the next couple of Sundays, we shall present Parenting Righteously, Naturally, and Spiritually with Etienne A. Gibbs covering the Natural psychological aspects and Bishop Herbert Hucks and Pastor Kim Dial covering the spiritual aspects. Here are some of the topics we shall cover: Turning Your Children's Misconduct into Super Performance in Their Home, at Their School, or at Their Work.  Practice Does Not Perfect Make  Why do I keep using the phrase, "near-perfect"?  Mixed Messages  Clear communication "Every Behavior, Good or Bad, Starts as a Goal," According to the creators of STEP, Dr. Don Dinkmeyer, Sr., & Dr. Gary D. McKay. STEP (Systematic Training for Effective Parenting) began in 1976 when Dr. Don, Sr., & Dr. McKay expanded a successful book, Raising a Responsible Child.  Ultimate Goal: Turning the misconduct of our children into super-performance at Home, School, or the Workplace.
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Now You Know: Little Foxes Can Cause Destruction
Join Nicky Carara, a native missionary in Kingston, Jamaica, each and every Monday, at 6:30 pm Eastern Standard Time or 5:30 pm Jamaican time, right here on Now You Know, as she shows us how to apply Biblical principles to everyday life. Today's topic of discussion of May 15th is "Little Foxes". According to Song of Songs 2:15 in the Contemporary English Version of the Bible, it states. "Our vineyards are in blossom; we must catch the little foxes that destroy the vineyards." Following Biblical principles isn’t always the easiest thing to do, but it is the best and wisest way to live. Learn how to live out the Word of God and be doers of the Word, not just hearers. When you know these things, you will be blessed if you do them. Call 657-383-1766 with your questions, prayer requests, or testimony or post them as comments on the show's Facebook page: www.Facebook.com/YouCantSayYouNeverKnew. NOW YOU KNOW.  You can't say you never knew. Remember: Tune in online every Monday from 6:30 pm. to 7:00 pm Eastern Standard Time.
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Prayer & Deliverance: Parenting Righteously from Natural & Spiritual Viewpoints
During the next couple of Sundays we shall present Parenting Righteously from the Natural and Spiritual Viewpoints with Etienne A. Gibbs covering the Natural psychological aspects and Bishop Herbert Hucks and Pastor Kim Dial covering the spiritual aspects. Here are some of the topics we shall cover: Falling Down Is Not Such a Bad Thing: Children Do It All the Time and Mommies Come to their Rescue with Her Loveaid in Hand.  "Every Behavior, Good or Bad, Starts as a Goal," aAccording to the creators of STEP, Dr. Don Dinkmeyer, Sr., & Dr. Gary D. McKay. STEP (Systematic Training for Effective Parenting) began in 1976 when Dr. Don, Sr., & Dr. McKay expanded a successful book, Raising a Responsible Child.   A. Identifying the Negative Behaviors. To effectively help negative attention-seekers, we must first change our response to them.B. Who's the Boss in Your House, at School, or Workplace? Power-seekers feel that they are significant only when they are bossing or bullying people around. C. When Getting Mad Is Getting Even. I do believe that revenge-seekers are bullies who are somewhat paranoid in their thinking.D. To Suck It Up or Seek It Out? That Is the Question. Manipulators, rather than come right out with their wishes, wants, and desires, will find elaborate ways to get others to do something for them. Ultimate Goal: Turning the misconduct into super-performance at School, Workplace, or Home.
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Now You Know: You Reap What You Sow, Part II
Join Nicky Carara, a native missionary in Kingston, Jamaica, each and every Monday, at 6:30 pm Eastern Standard Time or 5:30 pm Jamaican time, right here on Now You Know, as she gives us examples of how to apply Biblical principles to our everyday life. The topic of discussion on Monday, May 8th, is Nicky's continued discussion of You Reap What You Sow. According to Wiktionary, "To reap what one sows", is an idiomatic expression (using, containing, or denoting expressions that are natural to a native speaker) that means "to receive as a reward or harvest in the same measure as one's exertions, in a good or a bad sense". Following Biblical principles isn’t always the easiest thing to do, but it is the best and wisest way to live. Learn how to live out the Word of God and be doers of the Word, not just hearers. When you know these things, you will be blessed if you do them. Call 657-383-1766 with your questions, prayer requests, or testimony or post them as comments on the show's Facebook page: www.Facebook.com/YouCantSayYouNeverKnew. NOW YOU KNOW.  You can't say you never knew. Remember: Tune in online every Monday from 6:30 pm. to 7:00 pm Eastern Standard Time.
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Prayer and Deliverance Hour: Mistaking Loyalty for Obedience, Part II
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Hour this and every Sunday at its new time: 6:30 pm Eastern, 5:30 pm Central, 4:30 pm Mountain, and 3:30 pm Pacific. Tune in as Bishop Herbert Hucks and/or Pastor Kim Dial share their weekly lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Hour. Some Sundays Pastor Kim Dial cannot be with us as she will be conducting a prison ministry at the same time. Please keep her and everyone associated with this show in your prayers. Tonight's topic to be discussed: Mistaking Loyalty for Obedience. Note our new Sunday Night Schedule: Sundays beginning at 6:30 until 7:30 pm Eastern. Check for your Time Zone: 6:30 pm Eastern and Atlantic during Daylight Savings Time, 5:30 pm Central, 4:30 pm Mountain, and 3:30 pm Pacific. Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 to get answers to the questions stirring within you. Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851. Food for Thought: Loyalty, which derives from the Latin root word lex, or law, has as one meaning that of being allegiant or faithful to recognized authority, whereas obedience means a willingness to obey or submit to authority. Divine authority is inflexible law, and obedience to such authority determines true loyalty, for there cannot be complete loyalty without obedience.
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Now You Know: You Reap What You Sow
Join Nicky Carara, a missionary in Kingston, Jamaica, on Now You Know, as she applies Biblical principles to everyday life. Following Biblical principles isn’t always the easiest thing to do, but it is the best and wisest way to live. Learn how to live out the Word of God and be doers of the Word, not just hearers. When you know these things, you will be blessed if you do them. The topic of discussion on Monday, May 1st, is You Reap What You Sow. Tune in online every Monday from 6:30 pm. to 7:00 pm Eastern Standard Time.
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Prayer and Deliverance Hour: Mistaking Loyalty for Obedience
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Hour this and every Sunday at its new time: 6:30 pm Eastern, 5:30 pm Central, 4:30 pm Mountain, and 3:30 pm Pacific. Tune in as Bishop Herbert Hucks and/or Pastor Kim Dial share their weekly lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Hour. Some Sundays Pastor Kim Dial cannot be with us as she will be conducting a prison ministry at the same time. Please keep her and everyone associated with this show in your prayers. Tonight's topic to be discussed: Mistaking Loyalty for Obedience. Note our new Sunday Night Schedule: Sundays beginning at 6:30 until 7:30 pm Eastern. Check for your Time Zone: 6:30 pm Eastern and Atlantic during Daylight Savings Time, 5:30 pm Central, 4:30 pm Mountain, and 3:30 pm Pacific. Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 to get answers to the questions stirring within you. Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851. Food for Thought: Loyalty, which derives from the Latin root word lex, or law, has as one meaning that of being allegiant or faithful to recognized authority, whereas obedience means a willingness to obey or submit to authority. Divine authority is inflexible law, and obedience to such authority determines true loyalty, for there cannot be complete loyalty without obedience.  
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Now You Know: The Upside Down Kingdom!
Join Nicky Carara, a missionary in Kingston, Jamaica, on Now You Know, as she applies Biblical principles to everyday life. Following Biblical principles isn’t always the easiest thing to do, but it is the best and wisest way to live.  Learn how to live out the Word of God and be doers of the Word, not just hearers.  When you know these things, you will be blessed if you do them. The topic of discussion on Monday, April 17th, is The Upside Down Kingdom. Tune in online every Monday from 6:30 pm. to 7:00 pm Eastern Standard Time.
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Prayer and Deliverance Hour: Repentance, An Action or a Word, Part 2
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Hour this and every Sunday at its new time: 6:30 pm Eastern. Note our new Sunday Night Schedule: Sundays beginning at 6:30 until 7:30 pm Eastern. Tune in as Bishop Herbert Hucks share his weekly lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Hour. Pastor Kim Dial cannot be with us as she is conducting a prison ministry at the same time. Please keep her and everyone associated with this show in your prayers. Continued topic to be discussed in tonight's program: "Repentance". Check for your Time Zone: 6:30 pm Eastern and Atlantic during Daylight Savings Time, 5:30 pm Central, 4:30 pm Mountain, and 3:30 pm Pacific. Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 to get answers to the questions stirring within you. Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851. Repentance is the activity of reviewing one's actions and feeling contrition or regret for past wrongs. Today, it is generally seen as involving a commitment to personal change and the resolve to live a more responsible and humane life. In other words, being sorry for one's misdeeds. But it can also involve sorrow over a specific sin or series of sins that an individual feels he or she has committed. The practice of repentance plays an important role in the soteriological doctrines of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, where it is often considered necessary for the attainment of salvation. Analogous practices have been found in other world religions as well. In religious contexts, it often involves an act of confession to God or to a spiritual elder. This typically includes an admission of guilt, a promise, or resolve not to repeat the offense; an attempt to make restitution for the wrong, or in some way to reverse the harmful effects of the wrong where possible. 
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Now You Know: Jesus Christ, the King
Join Nicky Carara, a missionary in Kingston, Jamaica, on Now You Know, as she applies Biblical principles to everyday life. Following Biblical principles isn’t always the easiest thing to do, but it is the best and wisest way to live.  Learn how to live out the Word of God and be doers of the Word, not just hearers.  When you know these things, you will be blessed if you do them. The topic of discussion on Monday, April 17th, is Jesus Christ, the King. Tune in online every Monday from 6:30 pm. to 7:00 pm Eastern Standard Time.
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Prayer and Deliverance Hour: Repentance, An Action or a Word
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Hour this & every Sunday at its new time: 6:30 pm Eastern. Note our new Sunday Night Schedule: Sundays beginning at 6:30 until 7:30 pm Eastern. Tune in as Bishop Herbert Hucks share his weekly lesson during The Prayer & Deliverance Hour. Pastor Kim Dial cannot be with us as she is conducting a prison ministry at the same time. Please keep her and everyone associated with this show in your prayers. Topic to be discussed in tonight's program: "Repentance". Check for your Time Zone: 6:30 pm Eastern and Atlantic during Daylight Savings Time, 5:30 pm Central, 4:30 pm Mountain, & 3:30 pm Pacific. Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 to get answers to the questions stirring within you. Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365. Dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851. Repentance is the activity of reviewing one's actions & feeling contrition or regret for past wrongs. Today, it is generally seen as involving a commitment to personal change & the resolve to live a more responsible & humane life. In other words, being sorry for one's misdeeds. But it can also involve sorrow over a specific sin or series of sins that an individual feels he or she has committed. The practice of repentance plays an important role in the doctrines of Judaism, Christianity, & Islam, where it is often considered necessary for the attainment of salvation. Analogous practices have been found in other world religions as well. In religious contexts, it often involves an act of confession to God or to a spiritual elder. This typically includes an admission of guilt, a promise, or resolve not to repeat the offense; an attempt to make restitution for the wrong, or in some way to reverse the harmful effects of the wrong where possible.
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Now You Know: Don't Just Hear It! Do It!
Welcome to the premiere of Now You Know . Join Nicky Carara, a missionary in Kingston Jamaica, on Now You Know, as she applies Biblical principles to everyday life. Following Biblical principles isn’t always the easiest thing to do, but it is the best and wisest way to live.  Learn how to live out the Word of God and be doers of the Word, not just hearers.  When you know these things, you will be blessed if you do them. Tune in online every Monday from 6:30 pm. to 7:00 pm EST
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Prayer and Deliverance Hour: In God We Trust, Part Three
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance at its new time! Notice Time Change! Effective tonight and every Sunday we will be on the air at 6:30 pm Eastern. Check for your Time Zone: during Daylight Savings Time 6:30 pm Eastern and Atlantic, 5:30 pm Central, 4:30 pm Mountain, 3:30 pm Pacific. Tune in as Minister Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share their weekly lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Hour, now for an half-hour during the month of April. Topic to be discussed in tonight's program: " In God We Trust, Part Three". Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 to get answers to the questions stirring within you. Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851
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Prayer and Deliverance Hour: In God We Trust, Part Two
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance new time! Notice Time Change! Effective tonight and every Sunday we will be on the air at 6:30 pm Eastern. Check for your Time Zone: during Daylight Savings Time 6:30 pm Eastern and Atlantic, 5:30 pm Central, 4:30 pm Mountain, 3:30 pm Pacific. Tune in as Minister Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share their weekly lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Hour, now for an half-hour during the month of April. Topic to be discussed in tonight's program: " In God We Trust, Part Two". Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 to get answers to the questions stirring within you. Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851.
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Prayer and Deliverance Hour: In God We Trust
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment this and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern when Pastor Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share their weekly lesson. Tonight's topic to be discussed is: "In God We Trust". Check for your Time Zone: 8:00 pm Eastern and Atlantic during Daylight Savings Time, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 to get answers to the questions stirring within you. Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851.
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Prayer and Deliverance Hour: Sold Out for God
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment this and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Tune in every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern as Pastor Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share their weekly lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Hour. Topics to be discussed in tonight's program: "Sold Out for God". Check for your Time Zone: 8:00 pm Eastern and Atlantic during Daylight Savings Time, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Daylight Saving Time Starts tonight in the United States and Canada. Clocks go forward 1 hour in the United States and Canada on Sunday, tonight, March 12, while Europeans set their clocks 2 weeks later, on Sunday, March 26, 2017 as daylight saving time starts. Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 to get answers to the questions stirring within you. Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851.
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Prayer and Deliverance Hour: Another Night of Open Mike
Coming up on Rise to Shine Radio is the "Prayer and Deliverance Hour" every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Check for your Time Zone: 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Tune in to Minister Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks and call-in to speak with them at (657) 383-1766. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766. We'll be here every Sunday evening at 8:00 Eastern. Looking forward to hearing on our studio line. If you have a request for prayers, please simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and call our prayer line at 502-242-7148.
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Sunshine Sims, What about Ms. Tee's Daughter?
Like Precious Jones, an illiterate sixteen-year-old, in PUSH, the 1996 debut novel of American author, Sapphire, Ms. Tee was dealt an injurious hand in life. Ms. Tee's Daughter tells the tale of the infamous jewelry-wearing, broken-in-spirit con-artist mother she had. Ms. Tee's daughter, herself, discovers her mother had dreams, hopes, and goals of wanting to do what was right in life. As Ms. Tee's daughter discovers the truth about the woman she felt she never knew, she's now faced with the question, "Will she continue the cycle or BREAK the Cycle of Abuse?" Mrs. Sunshine Sims, an author who is also a married, homeschooling mother of four offsprings, enjoys teaching people about God's Kingdom Good News. She also enjoys singing, reading and spending time with her family. According to Mrs. Sims, "All of us have thoughts, opinions, feelings, and emotions; writing helps me to express those thoughts. Bringing like-minded people together is what I hope to do. My Blogs are written to help people who may be going through similar situations that the blogger has experienced. Many say silence is golden, but there is also a time to speak. I want to stand up and speak out because we never know who we might inspire." Visit Mrs. Sims at https://sunshinesims.com/.
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Prayer and Deliverance Hour: Open Mic Night
Coming up on Rise to Shine Radio is the "Prayer and Deliverance Hour" tonight and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Check for your Time Zone: 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Tune in to Minister Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks and call-in to speak with them at (657) 383-1766. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us!  Call in during the program at 657-383-1766. We'll be here every Sunday evening at 8:00 Eastern.  Looking forward to hearing on our studio line. If you have a request for prayers, please simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and call our prayer line at 502-242-7148.
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Is Michelle Saldeba-Alexander the Jamaican Woman at the Well?
Aunty Michelle, as she's called by the kids and adults at her home church, devotes her heart and time nurturing the spiritual life of children. Aunty Michelle is currently the Director of Children's Ministry at Calvary Worship Center and holds a Bachelors of Pastoral Theology degree and Masters of Christian Counseling. Atop all that, Aunty M is the author of The Jamaican Woman at the Well. Aunty Michelle shares, "I want you to ponder over these pages and envision them as your own story as well as looking deeply at your own life and believe, 'Is there really anything at all too big for God?' Search your heart, reflect on your life, all of your fears, concerns, joys, frustrations, anxieties, doubts, worries, mistakes, decisions, family, friends, co-workers and even ministry.  My desire is that as you see the wonders of God throughout these pages, you will consider Him in your life and know that you are truly loved by Him." And Author and Pastors Joel Shunmugam offers,"Reading through the pages of this book, I found myself stirred, provoked, challenged & inspired. Michelle has been able to describe succinctly the challenges that people go through but choose to remain silent about. Her openness in sharing her trials with honesty will cause us to come out of our caves and get real before The Lord of our lives who's still in the business of transitioning lives. I assure you that you will greatly profit by flipping through the pages of this book." Visit Aunty Michelle at www.facebook.com/auntymichellesa/ or at www.michellesaldeba.com/.
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Prayer and Deliverance Hour: Delores Callendar-Taylor Helps to Unleash Souls
Unleash Ministry was officially birthed in 2007 following the release of the book, UNLEASHED SOUL: Journal of a Struggling Christian Determined to Win. A group of enthusiastic individuals who met in homes for years decided that the aspect of UNLEASHING was/is a key component to change & growth in Christ. Unleash Ministry is a Christian-based support initiative for anyone looking to grow personally & spiritually, by walking in the victory of the Lord. This ministry is about overcoming life’s challenges, reconnecting to one's Christian walk, & recognizing that without fellowship we remain alone, isolated, & shame-ridden when sin & error enter our lives on a habitual basis. The unique nature of Unleash Ministry is that individuals can activate passion for Christ in various media such as support groups, 1-1 prayer, & fellowship times, via developing skill sets in writing, singing, speaking, evangelizing, & UNLEASHING  Power, Passion, Potential, & Purpose in their lives. In Unleash Ministry, support groups allow anyone to come together in one accord to be open & real before God in a non-judgmental atmosphere of love & caring. The online, groups, home settings meetings are typically unstructured giving way to the Holy Spirit to open avenues of brokenness, thereby providing an opportunity for Godly counsel & support. Unleashing in the context of this ministry allows for burdens to be lifted, transformation of lives, strengthened relationships, trust is built, & hope in Christ is restored and/or developed. The signature book, Unleashed Soul: Journal of a Struggling Christian, now has a sequel book. Visit Delores at: www.unleashministry.com/
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Delores Callender-Taylor, A Profuse Author and Profound Counselor
Delores Callender-Taylor was born in Barbados, and currently lives in British Columbia, Canada with her family. She attends Calvary Worship Centre at Surrey Branch in British Columbia, Canada and co-leads The Prayer Team Ministry and The Singles Ministry with her husband. She heads Unleash Ministry, a ministry devoted to helping believers recognize their shortcomings and inadequacies, moving focus away from themselves and relying on a God who strengthens us to overcome. Holding a Bachelor of Arts (double majors) degree in Applied Social Science and Psychology, and a Master's degree in Education Studies, Delores has substantial experience working with special needs, mental health, women, substance abusers, and offender populations. As the author of several inspirational books, Delores has appeared on numerous TV and radio programs, speaking about her books, and encouraging believers to Unleash the Potential that God has placed in them. Visit Delores at http://UnleashMinistry.com or www.Facebook.com/Delores.C.Taylor 
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Prayer and Deliverance Hour: Aunty M, the Jamaican Woman at the Well
This Jamaica native has been residing in Canada for almost 25 years. Michelle Saldeba-Alexander is a mother of 2 beautiful children, daughter, Kiah, and son, Zion, along with being the wife of Glen Alexander, an evangelist at heart. Aunty Michelle, as she's called by the kids and adults at her home church, devotes her heart and time nurturing the spiritual life of children. Aunty Michelle is currently the Director of Children's Ministry at Calvary Worship Center and holds a Bachelors of Pastoral Theology degree and Masters of Christian Counseling. She teaches a 6-week Bible study group called Celebration of Discipline on Wednesdays Atop all that, Aunty Michelle is the author of The Jamaican Woman at the Well.
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Prayer and Deliverance Hour: Open Mic for Prayer and Deliverance
Note: This Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern you are invited to join us as Bishop Herbert Hucks and Pastor Kim Dial share their messages with you, our listeners. Check for your Time Zone: 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 with your prayer request or your testimony. The studio line will remain open to accept your prayer request either on the air or off, at the caller's  discretion. We’ll open the lines because we want to hear from you. And because your testimony might just be what someone needs to hear. Tell your family. Tell your friends to join you as you join us. Come on back to the Prayer and Deliverance this Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851.
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Prayer and Deliverance Hour: Miracles in Action, Part 3
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Hour this Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Check for your Time Zone: 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Tune in as Minister Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share tonight's lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Hour. This week’s lesson: Miracles in Action, Part 3 God blessed you with a miracle? Call in at 657-383-1766 and share your testimony. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! The Prayer and Deliverance Hour will be here, God's Willing, every Sunday evening at 8:00 Eastern. Looking forward to hearing you on our studio line. If you have a request for prayers, please simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365. Call either of our prayer lines, 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851. For a copy of Bishop's article, Now That I'm Saved, Where Do I Go from Here," clik on the link below. www.LastDaysFaith.com/
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The Prayer and Deliverance Hour: Miracles in Motion, Part 2
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Hour this Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Check for your Time Zone: 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Great News! We can also be followed at Stitcher using the link below. www.stitcher.com/s?fid=83601&refid=stpr  . Then you'll want to tune in as Minister Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share tonight's lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Hour. This week’s lesson: Miracles in Action! Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766. We'll be here every Sunday evening at 8:00 Eastern. Looking forward to hearing you on our studio line. If you have a request for prayers, please simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365. Call either of our prayer lines, 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851.
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Sids Ahky, Author, SIDS Survivor, and Advocate for DV Survivors
Domestic violence (DV) is a form of violence by a partner(s) against another partner(s) in an intimate relationship. It is recognized as an important social problem by governmental & non-governmental agencies. Victimization from domestic violence transcends the boundaries of gender & sexual orientation, with significant percentages of LGBT couples facing these issues. Men are subject to domestic violence in large numbers but they are less likely to be physically hurt than female victims. Social & economically disadvantaged groups in the US regularly face worse rates of domestic violence than other groups. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), also known as cot death or crib death, is the sudden unexplained death of a child less than 1 year of age. Diagnosis requires that the death remains unexplained even after a thorough autopsy & detailed death scene investigation. SIDS usually occurs during sleep. Typically, death occurs between midnight & 9:00 am. There is usually no evidence of struggle and no noise produced. The exact cause of SIDS is unknown. The requirement of a combination of factors including a specific underlying susceptibility, a specific time in development, and an environmental stressor has been proposed. SIDS makes up about 80% of Sudden and Unexpected Infant Deaths (SUIDs), with other causes including infections, genetic disorders, & heart problems. Grief support for families impacted by SIDS is important, as the death of the infant is sudden, without witnesses, & often associated with an investigation
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Prayer and Deliverance Hour: Miracles in Action
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Hour this Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Check for your Time Zone: 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Great News! We can also be followed at Stitcher using the link below. www.stitcher.com/s?fid=83601&refid=stpr  . Then you'll want to tune in as Minister Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share tonight's lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Hour. This week’s lesson: Miracles in Action! Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766. We'll be here every Sunday evening at 8:00 Eastern. Looking forward to hearing you on our studio line. If you have a request for prayers, please simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365. Call either of our prayer lines, 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851.
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Nicky Carara, a Missionary in Her Jamaica Homeland, Shares Her Testimony
From Nicky's Facebook page: "So stop telling lies. Let us tell our neighbors the truth, for we are all parts of the same body” (Ephesians 4:25 NLT, 2nd ed.). Lasting change requires honest, authentic community. You need people in your life who will tell you the truth in love. There are some things in your life you will never change without the help of others. You may be so embarrassed by certain issues in your life that you won’t talk about them with anyone. But how well has that strategy worked for you? If you could change your life on your own, you would have already done it. You can’t! You need to stop lying to yourself. If you want to change, you will need other people to help you. You will need to be in gut-level, authentic community. This is why small groups are so important. But you need more than just a small group. You need one person within that group with whom you can be completely open & honest. You don’t have to open up to everyone, but you need to open up to someone. God wired us in a way that we need each other, but that means we cannot get rid of our bad habits & hang-ups on our own. You can’t do it alone, because God made you to need other people. The Bible says, “So stop telling lies. Let us tell our neighbors the truth, for we are all parts of the same body” (Ephesians 4:25 NLT, 2nd ed.). If you’re a believer, you belong to the Body of Christ. You belong to other believers. You were not made to live the Christian life alone. You can’t do it. If you’re serious about changing the deepest, darkest defects in your life, you have to overcome the fear of being honest. We waste an enormous amount of energy trying to cover up our sins, our hurts, our hang-ups, & our defects. Visit Nicky at: http://bit.ly/2iNbMzl
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Audra T. Jones: Author, Entrepreneur, Designer, Innovator, and Visionary
Audra T. Jones founded Krystal Klear Communications, LLC in the Greater Cleveland area. A talented and creative spirit, Audra helps create a platform of quality, dedication, and outstanding customer service. She takes pride in the firm’s commitment to deliver a multiplatform communications firm delivering powerful and memorable experiences. A Communications Arts, Creative Design, and Event Planning firm headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, Krystal Klear Communications, LLC specializes in creating successful brand management platforms through Design, Fashion, Public Relations, Lifestyle Marketing and Event Execution. Integrating their fashion, event planning, and marketing divisions, Krystal Klear Communications, LLC offers their customers a unique venue to accomplish their goals. Their innovative business model enables the firm to offer our customers enhanced market differentiation and increased visibility. Their Enrichment Program was designed with the purpose of providing opportunities for youth to participate in a comprehensive presentation of Enrichment activities and academic tutoring opportunities that promote increased literacy. The curriculum provides the foundation needed to teach the life skills necessary to prepare and empower for leadership. Audra and her staff provide a safe and nurturing place for children/youth during after school hours and academic school breaks. The program helps discover and enhance artistic skills/abilities and showcase talent through the Artist Spotlight Village while increasing personal success and enhanced development Visit Audra T. Jones and Krystal Klear Communications, LLC at:                      www.krystalklearexperience.com/
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Why Does Sister Tamara Belardo Thank God in Song?
Note: This Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern you are welcome to join us as Bishop Herbert Hucks and Pastor Kim Dial share their messages with our listeners. Check for your Time Zone: 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Tonight, we have a special guest, Sister Tamara Belardo, who will share her testimony about how she came to thanking God in song and praise. Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 with your comments, your questions, or your testimonies. We’ll open the lines because we want to hear from you. And because your testimony might just be what someone needs to hear. Come on back to the Prayer and Deliverance this Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851.
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Tequila Cousar, a Mompreneur Extraordinaire
Tequila Cousar was a Registered Dental Hygienist for nearly 11 years. Following the birth of their daughter, Tequila's husband collectively agreed that she would quit her job and become a full-time mom and entrepreneur. Because she was passionate about her newly found business, Tequila quickly started generating an income from her home-business. But more than anything, she prizes being a mom and wife, but not necessarily in that order. Her passion for becoming a successful entrepreneur has propelled her with love for helping mompreneurs become a more attractive brand on and offline. Her passion started with her desire and the desire started with her daughter. Why? Because, after battling infertility for years, she miraculously become pregnant and from there on she knew that everyday needed to count. Why? Because Tequila has had a strong desire to leave a legacy to their children. Although their son is much older now, he, too, has been all a part of her passion in being a MOMPRENEUER! Visit Tequila online at www.TequilaCousar.com/ and on Facebook.
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Giving Thanks to God for His Many Blessings, Part II
Note: This Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern you are welcome to join us as Bishop Herbert Hucks and Pastor Kim Dial share their messages with our listeners. Check for your Time Zone: 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. With Thanksgiving Day behind us, stop and ask yourself, “What am I thankful for?” or  “What are my blessings that I’m grateful for?” Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 with your comments, your questions, or your testimonies. We’ll open the lines because we want to hear from you. And because your testimony might just be what someone needs to hear. Tell your family. Tell your friends to join you as you join us. Come on back to the Prayer and Deliverance this Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851.
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Dr. Jasmine Zapata Wears Many Hats: Author, Entrepreneur, with Room for More
Dr. Jasmine Zapata (Dr. JZ), a Dynamic Author, Physician, Inspirational Speaker, Entrepreneur, Former Collegiate Athlete, & Health Empowerment Educator, is on a mission to heal, uplift, & inspire. Having received her Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Wisconsin, Madison in 2013, Dr. JZ completed her Pediatric Adolescent Medicine certification in 2016. On top of all that, she's completing her Master’s in Public Health & Preventive Medicine, a dual medical certification.  As a medical doctor, she specializes in the fields of both pediatrics preventive medicine/public health & her overall focus is looking for ways to get outside the clinic walls to impact health outcomes on a community based level. Her research focuses on healthy birth outcomes & racial disparities in infant mortality among African American women. Given the life-threatening birth of her daughter related to complications of extreme prematurity, this is a topic near & dear to Dr. JZ's heart. Another true passion of Dr. JZ’s highlighting the link between poverty & poor health outcomes & working on ways to decrease disparities related to that area. Interestingly, one of the biggest social determinants of health outcomes is economic stability & for this reason Dr. JZ got involved in real estate as a means to achieve personal financial freedom & help others do the same. Dr. JZ's excited to be a co-author of She Conquered, a collaboration project to further spread the message & inspire others to continue reaching for their dreams no matter what obstacles come their way!  Visit Dr. Jasmine Zapata at www.DrJasmineZapata.com or on Facebook.
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Giving Thanks to God for His Many Blessings
This Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern you are welcome to join us as Bishop Herbert Hucks and Pastor Kim Dial share their messages with our listeners. Note: Check for your Time Zone: 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. With Thanksgiving Day right around the corner, stop and ask yourself, “What am I thankful for?” or “What are my blessings that I’m grateful for?” Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 with your comments, your questions, or your testimonies. We’ll open the lines because we want to hear from you. And because your testimony might just be what someone needs to hear. Tell your family. Tell your friends to join you as you join us. Come on back to the Prayer and Deliverance this Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851.
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Elizabeth A. Cantu, Registered Nurse, Transformation Coach, Author, Speaker
Working as an ER/Trauma Registered Nurse has proved to Elizabeth that it's a great place for getting to know people and for getting to walk alongside them as they experience situations she never even imagined possible. Personal life experiences happened to Elizabeth and she was left behind to "figure it out". In the process, she completely lost sight of who she was and the inner power she once possessed. A life-shattering event left Elizabeth no other choice and forced her to tap into her inner power. Thus, she overcame her own personal struggles and obstacles with little to no help, emotionally. On a mission to heal from own traumatic painful life experiences, Elizabeth was determined to explore self-development and finally stop living in her past & in her heartache. Then it happened! During her Life Coaching Certification course, she experienced a powerful personal transformation. She realized the Power of Coaching. After Coaching changed her life, Elizabeth was on a mission to provide the same service to others. With her real-life experiences from working with patients and from her personal experiences that her eyes have seen, her ears have heard, and her heart has felt, it was a calling that she needed to answer - the calling to become a COACH! With all her years as a nurse and as an adversity slayer, and now a Certified Coach, the possibilities are endless! Visit Elizabeth A. Cantu at: www.ElizabethACantu.com.
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Keeping in Touch with God
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Segment this Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. You'll want to tune in as Pastor Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share tonight's lesson. Tell your family. Tell your friends to join you as you join us. Note: Tonight, Sunday, November 6th, Eastern Time Zone rolls back on the clock. Subsequently, the website and promos will display 9:00 pm Atlantic Standard Time while the show will show 8:00 pm Eastern Time Zone. Check for your Time Zone: 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. You'll want to tune in as Pastor Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share tonight's lesson. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 with your comments, your questions, or your testimonies. Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851.
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Open Mic Night! Get It Off Your Chest!
Check for your Time Zone: 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Note: When Eastern Time Zone rollsed back the clock last Sunday, November 6th, we've begun broadcasting 1 hour earlier. In view of all that transpired within the past 24 hours, we've decided to forego our regular scheduling. Take advantage of this opportunity to speak your piece! Speak what's in your heart, on your mind, and on your lips! What lies ahead for America? Call in at (657) 383-1766! What lies ahead for people of color in this country? Let's have some healthy discussions and maybe, just maybe, we might come up with some solutions! It's well worth it!
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What is Sin and How Does God Handle It, Part II
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment this Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Note: Tonight, Sunday, November 6th, Eastern Time Zone rolls back on the clock. Subsequently,the studio time will show 9:00 pm Atlantic Standard Time while the Eastern Time Zone will show 8:00 pm.  Check for your Time Zone: 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. You'll want to tune in as Pastor Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share tonight's lesson. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 with your comments, your questions, or your testimonies. Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851.
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Panel of Female Co-authors Who Conquered Their Battle to Greatness, Part II
Tonight's show is the rescheduled show that was cancelled due to technical difficulties. In their book, She Conquered, that Lenise R. Williams, Esq., was able to compile, you will find a collection of ladies who wrote stories about how they overcame adversity, faced their fears, and conquered entrepreneurship. Their stories are of women who have faced disappointment, financial hardships, divorce, being a single parent, lack of support, prison sentences, battles with cancer, and more. They continued to push and achieve their dreams. Their strength? All the things that were meant to deter them only made them stronger. Their stories were written to inspire, educate, and help women rise to shine. Firm believers that women who may think that it's too late or there are too many obstacles to overcome will find strength from their stories, stories about ordinary women, no different from the people that you may know. Their stories explore the lives of women who decided to live outside of the box despite what they were told. These ladies have all faced different obstacles in their hometowns across the United States. Despite their differences, they share several things in common: being passionate, laser-focused, having a strong commitment to build successful businesses, and living a life that they LOVE. Because their stories will ignite a fire in women who are sitting on the sidelines watching others achieve their dreams, you're encouraged to get your copy of She Conquered by visiting  www.SheConqueredBook.com/.
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Panel of Female Co-authors Who Conquered Their Battle to Greatness, Part II
In their book, She Conquered, that Lenise R. Williams, Esq., was able to compile you will find a collection of ladies who wrote stories about how their overcame adversity, faced their fears, and conquered entrepreneurship. Their stories are of women who have faced disappointment, financial hardships, divorce, being a single parent, lack of support, prison sentences, battles with cancer, and more. They continued to push and achieve their dreams. Their strength? All the things that were meant to deter them only made them stronger. Their stories were written to inspire, educate, and help women rise to shine. Firm believers that women who may think that it's too late or there are too many obstacles to overcome will find strength from their stories, stories about ordinary women, no different from the people that you may know. Their stories explore the lives of women who decided to live outside of the box despite what they were told. These ladies have all faced different obstacles in their hometowns across the United States. Despite their differences, they share several things in common: being passionate, laser-focused, having a strong commitment to build successful businesses, and living a life that they LOVE. Because their stories will ignite a fire in women who are sitting on the sidelines watching others achieve their dreams, you're encouraged to get your copy of She Conquered by visiting  www.SheConqueredBook.com/.
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Got a Prayer Request or a Testimony to Share?
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment this Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Check for your Time Zone: 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Note: When Eastern Time Zone rolls back the clock Sunday, November 6th, we shall begin broadcasting 1 hour earlier. You'll want to tune in as Minister Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share tonight's lesson. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 with your comments, your questions, or your testimonies. Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851.
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Lenise R. Williams and Her Female Co-authors Conquered the Battle to Greatness
In their book, She Conquered, Tequila Cousar, Lenise R. Williams, Esq., and other ladies assembled a collection of their stories about women who have overcome adversity, faced their fears, and conquered entrepreneurship. Their stories are of women who have faced disappointment, financial hardships, divorce, being a single parent, lack of support, prison sentences, battles with cancer, and more. They continued to push and achieve their dreams. Their strength? All the things that were meant to deter them only made them stronger. Their stories were written to inspire, educate, and help women rise to shine. Firm believers that women who may think that it's too late or there are too many obstacles to overcome will find strength from their stories, stories about ordinary women, no different from the people that you may know. Their stories explore the lives of women who decided to live outside of the box despite what they were told. These ladies have all faced different obstacles in their hometowns across the United States. Despite their differences, they share several things in common: being passionate, laser-focused, having a strong commitment to build successful businesses, and living a life that they LOVE. Because their stories will ignite a fire in women who are sitting on the sidelines watching others achieve their dreams, you're encouraged to get your copy of She Conquered by visiting Tequila at www.TequilaCousar.com/products-2/.
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Lines Are Still Open for Your Testimony or Prayer Requests
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment this Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Check for your Time Zone: 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Note: When Eastern Time Zone rolls back the clock Sunday, November 6th, we shall begin broadcasting 1 hour earlier. You'll want to tune in as Minister Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share tonight's lesson. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 with your comments, your questions, or your testimonies. Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851.
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Pat Bigbie, a Domestic Violence Survivor and Advocate
Our guest tonight, Ms Pat Bigbie, is both a former victim and a survivor of domestic violence. Domestic violence, often involving alcohol or drugs, sometimes lethal weapons, and almost always unresolved anger management issues, is a problem of epidemic proportions in many parts of the world. One in three women on the planet will be raped or beaten in her lifetime. In the United States it is aggravated by the widespread availability of guns, making fatal what might otherwise have been events from which the victim might have recovered. As we have seen in recent months, the antisocial emotions released in politics can be expressed in the public arena as assaults on women, children, the LGBTQ community, people of color, immigrants, Muslims, and more. Violence, and the threat of violence are powerful instruments of social control. National Domestic Violence Awareness Month evolved from the “Day of Unity” held in October 1981 and conceived by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. The Day of Unity soon evolved into a week, and in October 1987 the first National Domestic Violence Awareness Month was observed. In 1989 Congress passed Public Law 101-112, officially designating October of that year as National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Such legislation has been passed each year since. Activists against domestic violence use the color purple to promote awareness, as in purple clothes and purple ribbons. The town of Watertown, New York, paints its fire hydrants purple in recognition of the month. What are you and your hometown doing to promote awareness and the eradication of domestic violence?
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Open Lines for Your Testimony or Prayer Requests
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment this Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Check for your Time Zone: 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Note: When Eastern Time Zone rolls back the clock Sunday, November 6th, we shall begin broadcasting 1 hour earlier. You'll want to tune in as Minister Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks takes your calls. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 with your comments, your questions, or your testimonies. Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851.
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Nannette LaRee Hernandez & Constructive Sex-Positive Techniques to Combat PTSD
Nannette LaRee Hernandez, the authoress of 2 new books: "Using Constructive Sex-Positive Techniques to Combat PTSD in Military Men"™ (2016) and "Why Men No Longer Love Women: Feminism, Tinder and the War on Men" (2017), is also a featured columnist for THE NAKED TRUTH magazine. Because many people have contacted Nannette in anticipation of her book's publication in 2016, she’s posted an excerpt from her first draft. Since the question she’s most asked is: “How do you know that this really works?” she’s posted the chapter from an experience she had at university. That experience became the underlying foundation for this book. Much of what Nannette advises in her book is unorthodox. She’s very unconventional, and often approach problems and issues from unusual aspects, many having positive-ending results. A few years ago, when her email became flooded with questions and stories from women having intimacy issues in their relationships with military men who were suffering from Combat PTSD, Nannette made the difficult decision in choosing to go into her personal relationship history to examine just how well Positive Sexual Reinforcement can assuage numerous aspects of PTSD in men. Read Nannette’s excerpt at: http://bit.ly/2d7UbQA or visit her on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/nannette.l.hernandez/
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Open for Testimonies and Prayer Requests
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment this Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Check for your Time Zone: 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Note: When Eastern Time Zone rolls back the clock Sunday, November 6th, we shall begin broadcasting 1 hour earlier. You'll want to tune in as Minister Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share tonight's lesson. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 with your comments, your questions, or your testimonies. Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851.
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Relationship Guru, Victoria Lowery, Weighs in on Creating Lasting Love
Choosing a life-partner is arguably one of the most impactful decisions on both personal and professional success. Do you know the qualities that will make your relationship sizzle for centuries or will it sink like a submarine? Relationship guru, Victoria Lowery, known as The Love Lady, has studied relationships from inside the corporate world and into private practice. In 2010 something called The Yes Test, along with The Agreement List, both forced their way into her head. Without questioning what or why, she wrote these things down. Soon they proved to be the clearest guide to lasting love. She added her own personal experiences and over 5 years of research to provide this insightful and essential map to relationships that bring power and joy. Victoria began her college education at Marian University in Indianapolis where she also played tennis on the men's team. She completed her undergraduate degree at Wright State University while playing tennis for the Lady Raiders.  A relationship coach and author of books who promotes success in love and life, Victoria's deepest passion has long been in human relationships.
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The Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment this Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Check for your Time Zone: 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Note: When Eastern Time Zone rolls back the clock Sunday, November 6th, we shall begin broadcasting 1 hour earlier. You'll want to tune in as Minister Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share tonight's lesson. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 with your comments, your questions, or your testimonies. Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime, 24/7/365, and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851. *******************************************
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Testimony of Innocent Death Row Inmate Exonerated 90 Minutes Before Execution
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Hour this Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Check for your Time Zone: 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Note: Next month when the clocks rolls back one hour in the US, our time will become 9:00 pm Eastern Standard Time. Tune in as Pastor Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks pray for and interact with tonight's guest, Derrick Jamison, as he shares his testimony. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you in listening to and praying for Brother Derrick! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766. Looking forward to hearing on our studio line. We'll be here every Sunday evening at 8:00 Eastern. Have a request for prayers, please simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365. Call our prayer line at 502-242-7148.
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Death Row Inmate Is Exonerated 90 Minutes Before Execution
Derrick Jamison was an innocent man who spent nearly 20 years on Ohio’s death row for a murder and robbery he did not commit. When James Suggs, an eyewitness to the killing of a Cincinnati bartender, was shown photos of suspects by police, he identified two men — but neither of them was Derrick Jamison. Not only was this information withheld from Derrick’s trial, but his co-defendant was promised a reduced sentence in exchange for implicating Derrick. Based on this false testimony, Derrick was convicted in 1985. In February 2005, Ohio Common Pleas Judge Richard Niehaus dismissed all charges against Derrick, three years after his conviction was overturned. Two federal courts ruled that the prosecution’s actions denied Derrick a fair trial. Today, Derrick is fully aware of the inequality of the criminal justice system. “There is a double standard when it comes to justice in our judicial system, especially with wrongful conviction,” he says. “If you are a minority or a low-income citizen, the pursuit of justice can be an elusive one. But if you are rich, it happens overnight.” Derrick currently resides in Cincinnati, where he expresses daily gratitude for his release. “In the 20 years I experienced ‘dead man walking’ I never had anything to smile about,” he says, “but on that day, I felt the smile come from within my heart. The sun shone down on me that day.” Read a great feature on Derrick in the Dayton City Paper: www.daytoncitypaper.com
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Prayer and Deliverance Hour – Testimonies and Discussion
Prayer and Deliverance Hour – Testimonies and Discussion Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Hour this Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Check for your Time Zone: 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Note: Next month when the clocks rolls back one hour in the US, our time will become 9:00 pm Atlantic. Great News! We can also be followed at Stitcher using the link below. www.stitcher.com/s?fid=83601&refid=stpr  . We're also on iTunes. Then you'll want to tune in as Minister Kim Dial shares tonight's lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Hour. Twice monthly Minister Dial will be joined by Bishop Herbert Hucks. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766. We'll be here every Sunday evening at 8:00 Eastern. Looking forward to hearing on our studio line. Have a request for prayers, please simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365. Call our prayer line at 502-242-7148.
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Mother Battles Depression While Parenting Her Children with Multiple Disorders
ADHD, Depression, Border Line Personality Disorder, Asperger's Let’s bring it all to the table and talk about it. A mother battles Depression and ADHD while parenting her children who have been diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder and Asperger's Syndrome. Asperger's Syndrome is a form of Autism. People (adult or children) with Asperger's Syndrome may find difficulty in social relationships and in communicating. Be sure to tune in to hear this mother’s tale, the story behind her patience, courage, testimony, and strength while juggling to maintain a functioning life and family. We would love to hear from you. Our studio hotline is (657) 383-1766. Call in, ask questions, share your story, and offer your support and encouragement. Wednesday at 8:00 pm Eastern Standard Time.
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The Grace and Mercy of God, Part IV
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment this and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Note our Summer Schedule for the months of June, July, and August: Sundays at 8:00 until 8:30 pm. Check for your Time Zone: 8:00 pm Eastern and Atlantic during Daylight Savings Time, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. It has been extended into the month of September. Come! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 to get answers to the questions stirring within you. Topics to be discussed in tonight's program: The Grace and Mercy of God, Part III You'll want to tune in as Minister Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share their weekly lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment. We'll be here every Sunday evening at 8:00 Eastern. Looking forward to hearing on our studio line. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851.
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The Grace and Mercy of God, Part III
Tonight’s program is the postponed from last week due to technical difficulties; nevertheless, you'll want to tune in as Minister Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share their weekly lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment. Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment this and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Note our Summer Schedule for the months of June, July, and August: Sundays at 8:00 until 8:30 pm. Check for your Time Zone: 8:00 pm Eastern and Atlantic during Daylight Savings Time, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Come! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 to get answers to the questions stirring within you. Topics to be discussed in tonight's program: The Grace and Mercy of God, Part III You'll want to tune in as Minister Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share their weekly lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment. We'll be here every Sunday evening at 8:00 Eastern. Looking forward to hearing on our studio line. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851.
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Tonya GJ Prince, Advocate, Author, Counselor, Speaker, & Survivor
Whenever you see, hear, or read something that I have written; just know that I am never alone. I have been working professionally and/or volunteering in domestic and sexual violence for 22+ years.  However, in the beginning, I avoided the topic of sexual violence.  You see, I am a Survivor of child sexual abuse.    But after years of conflict, struggle, illness, pain, healing, and some more stuff.........enough became enough. The Right to Speak It was actually my mother who decided that it was time that we share the lessons that we learned.  Years before my other mother, her sister, Eurgentine Simmons, had empowered my soul when she told me that everyone had a right to their own story. Even though my entire extremely large extended family had made it clear that they would prefer that I remain completely silent about this trauma long beyond the day that I die, finally a new day had come. I felt set free from a sentence that I never deserved to serve. Actually I felt that we all were set free, at last. Purpose Sexual violence must not remain in the darkness, where it thrives and gains strength each minute.  WE want to enhance child safety.  WE want victims and Survivors to reach a higher level of healing.  This blog lives to amplify our voices. ~ Transcribed from Tonya's blog
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The Grace and Mercy of God, Part II
Tonight’s program is the postponed from last week due to technical difficulties; nevertheless, you'll want to tune in as Minister Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share their weekly lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment. Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment this and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Note our Summer Schedule for the months of June, July, and August: Sundays at 8:00 until 8:30 pm. Check for your Time Zone: 8:00 pm Eastern and Atlantic during Daylight Savings Time, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Come! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 to get answers to the questions stirring within you. Topics to be discussed in tonight's program: The Grace and Mercy of God, Part II You'll want to tune in as Minister Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share their weekly lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment. We'll be here every Sunday evening at 8:00 Eastern. Looking forward to hearing on our studio line. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851.
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April Campbell, Mom, Author, Domestic Violence Survivor and Advocate
April, a free and caring spirit at times, always takes the time to meet new people whenever she gets a chance. Additionally, she always tries to find new ways to encourage those around her to listen to their hearts and follow their dreams.  Since September of 1990 April writes horror stories, poems, recipes, erotica fantasies, and her new favorite thing, short stories. She is the author of two published books: "Mind Games" and "My Enchanted Hideaway" plus a short story, "A Dark Secret" published in "From The Shadows".
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The Grace and Mercy of God, Part II
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment this and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Note our Summer Schedule for the months of June, July, and August: Sundays at 8:00 until 8:30 pm. Check for your Time Zone: 8:00 pm Eastern and Atlantic during Daylight Savings Time, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Come! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 to get answers to the questions stirring within you. Topics to be discussed in tonight's program: The Grace and Mercy of God, Part II You'll want to tune in as Minister Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share their weekly lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment. We'll be here every Sunday evening at 8:00 Eastern. Looking forward to hearing on our studio line. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851.
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Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment: The Grace and Mercy of God
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment this and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Note our Summer Schedule for the months of June, July, and August: Sundays at 8:00 until 8:30 pm. Check for your Time Zone: 8:00 pm Eastern and Atlantic during Daylight Savings Time, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Come! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 to get answers to the questions stirring within you. Topics to be discussed in tonight's program: The Grace and Mercy of God. You'll want to tune in as Minister Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share their weekly lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment. We'll be here every Sunday evening at 8:00 Eastern. Looking forward to hearing on our studio line. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851.
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LeJon, Shanequa, & Summer Build Art of Confidence in Children Around the World
The AOC Foundation, INC seeks to build a community of partners that are committed to empowering children around the world. We seek to provide FREE performing arts opportunities for youth who are orphans, refugees, or living in extreme poverty. Our goal is to liberate a generation of young people who may feel helpless through arts and literacy education.   LeJon April Payne (LA), International Service Organizer, and Summer Blackmon, and Shanequa National Service Organizer represent The Art of Confidence (AOC). While LA organizes trips to Africa 3 times a year to help children in orphanages and schools in poverty, Summer organizes the national service projects such as book and clothing drives, school partners, volunteers, and Donations. The purpose of The Art of Confidence (AOC) is to use the Fine Arts as a pathway to create a multifaceted individual who exudes confidence in every aspect of their life. We seek to create a foundation in our students that will enable them to be resilient in any chosen career path or journey they embark upon. We believe that confidence is necessary in order to be successful. The AOC began in 2011 as a performing arts alliance in Atlanta, Georgia. The goal of the AOC was to provide opportunities for members of the Atlanta community to get on the stage and express themselves. Since then, the AOC has evolved into a non-profit organization that seeks to provide performing arts and educational opportunities to children who are less fortunate, around the world.   The mission of the AOC is to make an impact on the world through the ARTS by giving students the opportunity to perform and showcase their talent and strengths! We seek to be valuable members of the cultural community through outreach, philanthropy, and volunteering.
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Ron and Johanna Melchiore: Living Off Grid and Free
An excerpt from Ron’s blog on Mother Earth News: Imagine, if you can, living 100 miles deep in the wilderness and not seeing another human being for 6 months at a time. No mail, no toddling off to a 9-to-5 job, no supermarkets or shopping centers, and none of civilization's noise. Nothing but the silence of the forest surrounds you. My wife, Johanna, and I have lived on a remote northern Saskatchewan lake for the last 16 years. We are alone here. Access to us is only by float plane. Prior to this, we homesteaded in northern Maine for 20 years — a total of 36 wonderful years living an off-grid self-sufficient lifestyle. I've written a book titled Off Grid and Free: My Path to the Wilderness. Visit Ron’s blog at: http://j.mp/2aZwZQ2 An excerpt from Off Grid and Free: My Path to the Wilderness: “As far as your eye can see, from the vantage point of a float plane high above the ground, you can gaze upon an aerial tapestry of multi-hued green forest intermingled with jutting rock formations, lowland bogs, and glistening lakes. Exposed rocky hill tops, sparsely vegetated with stunted trees that have managed to gain a tenuous foothold, along with low shrubbery and lichen, are sure signs you are flying over Precambrian shield, a dominant surface feature in the north. Serpentine rivers and streams cut through the landscape, the rivers occasionally flashing a churning white, where rapids lie in wait for the unwary canoeist. All of this is the perfect habitat for wildlife and outdoor adventurer alike." Pick up a copy of Ron’s book on Amazon.com or BarnesandNoble.com.
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Prayer & Deliverance Segment - Call in with Prayers, Questions, Testimonies
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment this and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Note our Summer Schedule for the months of June, July, and August: Sundays at 8:00 until 8:30 pm. Check for your Time Zone: 8:00 pm Eastern and Atlantic during Daylight Savings Time, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Come! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 to get answers to the questions stirring within you. Topics to be discussed in tonight's program: This Is the Day the Lord Has Made. Let’s Rejoice. You'll want to tune in as Minister Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share their weekly lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment. We'll be here every Sunday evening at 8:00 Eastern. Looking forward to hearing on our studio line. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851.
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Wounded Men Across State Lines Come Together to Deal with Hemotions, Part II
On this week’s show, we’ll have a return panel of Christian men from across state lines who have devised a surefire way of holding each other up against stresses of daily life, family, and work. Because behind closed doors they carry the weight of the world on their shoulders that may sometimes seem too heavy to bear, they’ve come up with a plan that is definitely working for them and for the people they serve. Tune in to learn how this interstate ministry helps youth and men maintain a healthy and productive lifestyle. Call in at 657-383-1766 to speak with them or to share your comment or ask your question. On our panel of Men Who Pray are: Anthony Faison, Men That Pray, Atlanta, Georgia;  Walter Larkin Jr., Principal at Rochester City School District, Rochester, New York;  Pastor Boris Hall, Dominion Walkers Ministries, Jonesboro, Georgia;  Pastor Moises Aguayo, Senior Pastor, The Church of North Orlando, Florida; and  Minister Kelvin L. Dailey, Sr.; Prophet/Co-Pastor, Faith, Healing, and Deliverance Center, Rochester, NY Remember: You won’t get your questions answered if you don’t pray. So call in at 657-383-1766 
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Prayer and Deliverance Segment - Timing
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment this and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Note our Summer Schedule for the months of June, July, and August: Sundays at 8:00 until 8:30 pm. Check for your Time Zone: 8:00 pm Eastern and Atlantic during Daylight Savings Time, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Come! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 to get answers to the questions stirring within you. Topics to be discussed in tonight's program: Timing! Tonight's guest: Tinish London! You'll want to tune in as Minister Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share their weekly lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment. We'll be here every Sunday evening at 8:00 Eastern. Looking forward to hearing on our studio line. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851.
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Wounded Men Across State Lines Come Together to Deal with Hemotions
On this week’s show, we’ll have a panel of Christian men from across state lines who have devised a surefire way of holding each other up against stresses of daily life, family, and work. Because behind closed doors carrying the weight of the world on their shoulders may seem too heavy to bear, they’ve come up with a plan that is definitely working for them and for the people they serve. Tune in to learn how this interstate ministry helps youth and men maintain a healthy and productive lifestyle. Call in at 657-383-1766 to speak with them or to share your comment or ask your question. On our panel of Men Who Pray are: Anthony Faison, Men That Pray, Atlanta, Georgia  Walter Larkin Jr., Principal at Rochester City School District, Rochester, NY  Pastor Moises Aguayo, Senior Pastor, The Church of North Orlando, Florida  Minister Kelvin L. Dailey, Sr.; Prophet/Co-Pastor, Faith, Healing, and Deliverance Center, Rochester, NY Remember: You won’t get your questions answered if you don’t pray. So call in at 657-383-1766
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Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment: Prosperity Versus God’s Will, Part II
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment this and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Note our Summer Schedule for the months of June, July, and August: Sundays at 8:00 until 8:30 pm. Check for your Time Zone: 8:00 pm Eastern and Atlantic during Daylight Savings Time, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Come! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 to get answers to the questions stirring within you. Topics to be discussed in tonight's program: Prosperity Versus God’s Will, Part II You'll want to tune in as Minister Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share their weekly lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment. We'll be here every Sunday evening at 8:00 Eastern. Looking forward to hearing on our studio line. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851.  
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Open Mic to Voice Your Opinion on Black Lives Matter Versus All Lives Matter
Communities across the US are outraged & divided about Black Lives Matter. Violence is not new in America. It’s been a part of America from the Colonial Days; however, when it raised its ugly head in the form of racism, countless innocent people lost their lives. When is this senseless violence along with the killing of innocent lives going to stop? Are you afraid of what's going on across America with the senseless killings, shootings, fights, & blatantly racist violence, both verbal & physical? Tonight we'll open our phone lines to you, our listeners. Give us a call at 657-383-1766 to voice your comment, opinion, or suggestions for solutions. We'd like to hear from you one way or another. To lend support to understand America's history of the issues & causes of racism & violence & to offer potential solutions is our good friend, Dr. Jeffrey Perry, a researcher, historian, & independent working-class scholar. His work focuses on the role of white supremacy as a retardant to progressive social change. Several topics he'll address include: Understanding the Origins of Racism, Afrophobia, & Colorism in America;  “The Invention of the White Race” as seen through the eyes of Theodore Allen, an American intellectual, writer, & activist, who’s best known for his pioneering writings since the 1960s on "white-skin privilege" & the "invention" of the "white race". The discussion might become heated, but wouldn’t it be better to spark intellectual understanding rather than have physical violence and senseless killings?
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Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment: Prosperity Versus God’s Will
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Hour this and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Note our Summer Schedule for the months of June, July, and August: Sundays at 8:00 until 8:30 pm. Check for your Time Zone: 8:00 pm Eastern and Atlantic during Daylight Savings Time, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Come! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 to get answers to the questions stirring within you. Topic to be discussed in tonight's program: Prosperity Versus God’s Will You'll want to tune in as Minister Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share their weekly lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Summer Segment. We'll be here every Sunday evening at 8:00 Eastern. Looking forward to hearing on our studio line. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851. Tonight's featured music, Awesome and Power, is courtesy of Christina Elise. Visit her at:      www.ChristinaElise.com/.
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Anjahlai Harrison to Abuse Victims: Girl, Get Rid of Him
At some point in a relationship, the relationship might tend to lean toward a toxic one, whether it be in the form of verbal, emotional, or physical abuse. It is only after the bliss of love wears off that the victim realizes that he or she has become the victim. Our guest, Ms Anjahlai, an up-and-coming rapper and recording artist, who the hit song, Girl, Get Rid of Him, to inspire all the ladies who, like her, have come to realize that “Enough is enough!” Tune in tonight at 8:00 pm Eastern to listen to her song and testimony, if you’re a victim who is suffering silently or know someone who might be a victim and is doing likewise. Encourage her to let her voice be heard. If you, too, who like to have your voice heard, join us in our interactive discussion. Call in at 657-383-1766. We would love to hear from you. Visit Anjahlaiat:www.Facebook.com/Anjahlai.Harrison
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Prayer and Deliverance Hour - God’s Perfect Will, Part IV
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Hour this and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Note our Summer Schedule for the months of June, July, and August: Sundays at 8:00 until 8:30 pm. Check for your Time Zone: 8:00 pm Eastern and Atlantic during Daylight Savings Time, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Come! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 to get answers to the questions stirring within you. Topics to be discussed in tonight's program: God’s Perfect Will His Perfect Will!  His Permissive Will!  What is it to operate in God’s Will?  What are the consequences of operating in His Will? (Good or Bad?) You'll want to tune in as Minister Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share their weekly lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Hour. We'll be here every Sunday evening at 8:00 Eastern. Looking forward to hearing on our studio line. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851.
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T'Unique Green: From Victim to Author
An author reflects on her life story that was filled with lies, deceit, and betrayal of trust.  Under the pseudonym of Tunique the author began to write down her life experiences using fictional characters. Before long, it all came together as a book about the negative results of being loyal to the wrong guy. As a result, the author was not permitted to return to her place of work. Tune in tonight at 8:00 pm Eastern to learn the story behind the author’s debut novel. A synopsis: Gizelle and Mona have been best friends for as long as they could remember. It was middle school when they first met and noticed they were just alike...like sisters, fooling anybody who didn’t know they weren't any kin.  In high school, they both had a sweetheart. Mona fell in love with Gavin, after losing her virginity to him, and Gizelle fell for the bad boy, Tramaine, who got expelled from school and rebelled against any authority that stopped him from doing whatever he wanted to do.  Regardless of how much bad Mona saw in Tramaine and how he would mistreat Gizelle, Zelle only saw the love he was trying to give to her. But although his awful ways were getting to her, she thought she would be the good girl who could change a thug by being loyal to him til the death.  After graduating from college with her business degree, Gizelle became very successful in her city and owned five daycare centers. Mona was successful as well, being the city's top paid State Attorney and her high school boo being a head detective. 
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Prayer and Deliverance Segment - God’s Perfect Will, Part II
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Hour this Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Note our Summer Schedule for the months of June, July, and August: Sundays at 8:00 until 8:30 pm. Check for your Time Zone: 8:00 pm Eastern and Atlantic during Daylight Savings Time, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Come! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 to get answers to the questions stirring within you. Topics tonight will be a continuation of last week's program: God’s Perfect Will. His Perfect Will!His Permissive Will!What is it like to operate in God’s Will?What are the consequences of operating in His Will? (Good or Bad?) You'll want to tune in as Minister Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share their weekly lesson. We'll be here every Sunday evening at 8:00 Eastern. Looking forward to hearing in our studio line. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851. 
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Cali, a Young Role Model Living Her Dream Her Way
Check for your Time Zone: 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. A dream is truly a journey of a thousand miles. Today let’s put our guest on the hot seat as we ask her to respond to the seven truths that can help carry someone as their chase and live out your dreams. In our studio this evening is a young lady, who took her dreams and turned them into reality. We’ll ask her to highlight what worked and what didn’t via a series 7 reality-check statements as driven home in a blog, “7 Truths to Remember as You Live Out Your Dream”, written by Thai Nguyen. We’d like to get her reaction to them.  Call in with your questions or comments. The number to the studio line is (657) 383-1766. "7 Truths . . .", courtesy of http://j.mp/1XFGhFV
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Prayer and Deliverance Segment - God’s Perfect Will
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Hour this Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Note our Summer Schedule for the months of June, July, and August: Sundays at 8:00 until 8:30 pm. Check for your Time Zone: 8:00 pm Eastern and Atlantic during Daylight Savings Time, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Come! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 to get answers to the questions stirring within you. Topics to be discussed in tonight's program: God’s Perfect Will His Perfect Will!His Permissive Will!What is it like to operate in God’s Will?What are the consequences of operating in His Will? (Good or Bad?) You'll want to tune in as Minister Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share their weekly lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Hour. We'll be here every Sunday evening at 8:00 Eastern. Looking forward to speaking with you tonight. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851.
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Panel Discussion on Single Parenting
Check for your Time Zone: 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. A single parent is an uncoupled individual who shoulders most or all of the day-to-day responsibilities for raising a child or children. A mother is more often the primary caregiver in a single-parent family structure that has arisen due to death of the partner, divorce or unplanned pregnancy. Historically, death of a partner was a major cause of single parenting. Single parenting can also result from the breakup or divorce of coupled parents. Custody battles, awarded by the court or rationalized in other terms, determine who the child will spend majority of their time with. In western society in general, following the separation of a heterosexual couple, a child is placed with the primary caregiver, usually the mother, while the secondary caregiver is usually the father, the reverse does happen and joint custody is on the rise. Over the past 20 years single-parent families have become even more common than the so-called "nuclear family" consisting of a mother, father, and children. Today we see all sorts of single parent families: headed by mothers, headed by fathers, headed by a grandparent raising their grandchildren. Single Parent Day is a day for "honoring the single parent who is basically doing double duty" and "giving them some respect," Mary Anne Britton, the international vice president of membership for Parents Without Partners, told the About Parenting website. The March 21 date of the celebration was chosen to coincide with the day Parents Without Partners was formed in 1957. For more info go to:  j.mp/25ykrVA
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Prayer & Deliverance Hour: Apostle Gloria McKinsy-Scuthins & Pastor Gwen McKinsy
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Hour this Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Check for your Time Zone: 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. This week’s topic: Apostle Gloria McKinsy-Scuthins and Pastor Gwen McKinsey, Blood Sisters in Their Respective Ministry You'll want to tune in as Minister Kim Dial shares tonight's lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Hour! Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 with your comments, your testimonies, or your questions. If you have a request for prayers during the week, please simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and call our prayer line at 502-242-7148.
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An Anonymous Mother Copes with the Lost of Both of Her Sons
A mother loses both of her sons, one was a result of suicide and the other as the result of an urban statistic of the streets. This son sits behind bars for life.   Tune in at 8:00 pm tonight and call in at (657) 383-1766 to hear this mother's testimony as she reencounters the day her life changed forever. (She remains anonymous at her request and in respect of her confidentiality.) 
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The Prayer and Deliverance Hour - God Is . . .
Check for your Time Zone: 8:00 pm Eastern and Atlantic during Daylight Savings Time, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Come! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 to get answers to the questions stirring within you. Topic to be discussed in tonight's program: God is . . . You'll want to tune in every Sunday evening as Minister Kim Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks share their weekly lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Hour. We'll be here every Sunday evening at 8:00 Eastern. Looking forward to hearing on our studio line. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Have a prayer request? Simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and dial either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851.
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Francesca Durham, Recreational Harp Therapy Facilitator, and More
Check for your Time Zone: 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Besides being a Recreational Harp Therapy Facilitator, our guest, Francesca Durham, is also an Author, Clinical Musician, Color Life Coach, and Colortime ® Image Consultant. After 20 years in the corporate world and having the opportunity to reinvent herself, Francesca decided to build a coaching and mentoring practice for women focused on personal development. Her secret tools of the trade initially started with Colour Life Coaching before adding sound therapy to her practice, with the harp as her instrument of choice. With so many coaching tools and techniques available today, one unique approach she offers clients is a personal journey through the colors of the rainbow; however, Francesca does take on Senior Executive Recruitment projects and contracts on a referral basis. Her professional background is as colorful as her training programs. The fusion of all her skills is what puts her love for color, style, personal, and professional development into motion. Today Francesca continues to mentor women in transition while simultaneously expanding her recreational harp therapy practice. Changing lives through color and sound is what she does best. As a certified clinical musician, therapeutic harp practitioner, and harp program facilitator, she enjoys balancing the day-to-day activities of running her profitable harp practice and teaching others how they can too. Visit Francesca at: www.FrancescaDurham.com/ or www.Facebook.com/FrancescadDurham
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Prayer and Deliverance Hour - A Risen Christ
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Hour this Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Check for your Time Zone: 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Come! Get answers to questions stirring within you. Topics to be discussed in tonight's program:     A) Why are we not defeated?     B) What does the Word say about victory and becoming victorious?     C) Why must we believe that He is a rewarder to those that diligently seek Him?     D) How did He die, rose, now sitting at the right hand of GOD, and interceding for us? You'll want to tune in as Minister Kim Dial shares tonight's lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Hour. Twice monthly Minister Dial will be joined by Bishop Herbert Hucks. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766. We'll be here every Sunday evening at 8:00 Eastern. Looking forward to hearing on our studio line. If you have a request for prayers, please simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and call either of our prayer lines at 502-242-7148 or 502-219-4851.
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Women for Economic and Leadership Development, a WELD Panel Discussion
Check your Time Zone 8:00 pm Eastern/Atlantic, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Vision: WELD is the national model for implementing strategies to advance women to higher levels of leadership and economic strength. We deploy significant financial and influential resources to accelerate educational programming and relevant missions. Mission: WELD develops and advances women’s leadership to strengthen the economic prosperity of the communities it serves. We provide women with specific tools to enhance their individual economic status, and we build programs, events, and a community to support female leadership development and business growth. As we use an image of Rosie the Riveter in our logo we pay tribute to the women who challenged the traditional perception of women’s capabilities in the workplace and in society. Just as Rosie the Riveter and her colleagues broke new ground, our goal is to further the issues of economic development for women in Central Ohio. During wartime the slogan was, “The More Women at Work, the Sooner We Win.” This slogan holds just as true today as it did during Rosie’s time. Opportunities: WELD develops and advances women’s leadership to strengthen the economic prosperity of the communities it serves. We do this by building programs, events, and a community to support leadership development and business growth. WELD has several speaking opportunities available every year during our programs and events. This is a great opportunity to speak to women from Central Ohio who currently hold key positions within their companies as well as those women who are on the rise. Visit WELD Ohio Chapter at www.weldoh.org/
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Nahweesah, Thee Urban Goddess, Shoots from the Hips about Deadbeat Moms Plus
Check your Time Zone for tonight at 8:00 pm Eastern/Atlantic, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. We all too often hear about Deadbeat Fathers, but we rarely hear about the deadbeat mother, one who is absent or neglectful. Tonight we will have a panel discussion about the invisible moms and invisible dads, or their lack of responsibility. What happens to a child when their nurturer, their foundation, their tour guide is absent? Be sure to tune in, call in at 657-383-1766, or login our chatroom to participate in the panel discussion on this touchy hot topic. We would love to hear your views and opinions. Straight from Nahweesah Thee Urban Goddess: “Here is just an FYI... You ready?? When a woman, specifically this woman and any woman like her, says I'm single. It does not mean, I'm any of the following: bitter, hurt, insecure, crazy, delusional, lesbian, unhappy, disturbed, undeserving, anti-man, anti-woman, racist, stuck-up, ashamed, embarrassed, confused, uncertain, too independent, not driven, wifey material, non-wifey material, sad, controlling, side piece, front piece, half piece, back piece. Non [sic] of that.... It simply means, I'm single. Sheesh!” Visit Nahweesah, Thee Urban Goddess, at: www.facebook.com/tuchicaeslaverdad and  www.hottalkradio.net
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Prayer and Deliverance Hour – How Often Do You Have a Heart Checkup?
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Hour this Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Check for your Time Zone: 8:00 pm Eastern and Atlantic during Daylight Savings Time, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. You'll want to tune in to tonight's lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Hour. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Tonight filling in for Minister Kim Dial will be Pastors Dock and Priscilla McGriff with their inquiry, "How Often Do You Have a Heart Checkup?" Both Pastors are from Bible Believers Fellowship Gadsden in Quincy, Florida. Call in at 657-383-1766 with your comments, your testimonies, or your questions. If you have a request for prayers during the week, please simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and call our prayer line at 502-242-7148.
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Candice Ragland Advocates for Daughters to Take Their Lives Back
Check your Time Zone for tonight at 8:00 pm Eastern/Atlantic, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Candice Ragland’s mission is to serve fatherless daughters around the world. Calling herself a “journeyist,” she helps women overcome adversity while taking their journey through redemption, forgiveness, and restoration. She gives them tools they need to come face-to-face with their true story of power and strength, despite feeling angry and rejected. Her goal is to help fatherless daughters on their journey back to God. As a woman full of determination, Candice continues to make great strides in her life. She recently became an entrepreneur when she turned her passion into a small business by creating Charismatic Creations LLC, a marketing services company. She’s also a financial services relationship manager, real estate investor, teacher, and speaker. She volunteers for various organizations, including Women for Economic Leadership and Development (WELD), as well as Habitat for Humanity. Candice holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Winston-Salem State University and a Master of Business Administration degree from Xavier University. A Certified Project Manager, Candice currently resides in Columbus, Ohio. To schedule your private mentoring session with Candice, click on the link below. She'd love to help you on your journey. https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=11844742
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Linda Diane Wattley Shares Her Take on PTSD and Abuse
Note your Time Zone:  8:00 pm Eastern/Atlantic (during Daylight Savings Time), 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific Linda Diane Wattley's heartfelt desire is to use her gifts and talents to assist in the healing process of victims who have experienced all forms of abuse. She is known for her healing trilogy: Something about an Angel; Deeper than Love; and This Thing Called Love. This series was for those have been abused and those who love them and would like to understand the soulful altering experience. Last Day of Victimization was also written as a self-help book to aid in the healing process of victimization. Today, God has awakened Linda to a new and extremely important message to share with the world: We must become more conscious of PTSD, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Her newest work, Soldier with a Backpack, Living and Dying Simultaneously reveals the reality of the impact this disorder has on the lives of our veterans and their civilian family members. According to Linda, “Stress and Trauma are guiding us farther away from love. Truth and understanding will guide us to self-love and love for our fellowman. PTSD is such an extremely personal experience, yet it effects the world in a very impersonal way.” Visit Linda at: www.LindaDianeWattley.com/ 
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Prayer and Deliverance Hour – Am I My Brother’s Keeper?
Welcome to the Prayer and Deliverance Hour this Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Check for your Time Zone: 8:00 pm Eastern and Atlantic (during Daylight Savings Time), 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Great News! You can follow us on Stitcher using the link below. www.stitcher.com/s?fid=83601&refid=stpr. This week’s lesson: Am I my brother’s keeper? You'll want to tune in as Minister Kim Dial shares tonight's lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Hour. Twice monthly Minister Dial and Bishop Herbert Hucks will be coming to you.. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766 with your comments, your testimonies, or your questions. If you have a request for prayers during the week, please simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and call our prayer line at 502-242-7148.
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Panel Discussion: Single Parenting and the Strength Behind It
Every Wednesday at 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, and 5:00 pm Pacific. Join us tonight for our panel discussion about the courage and strength it takes after a parent is left behind as a single parent to pick up the pieces.  We’ll discuss especially when the other parent lacks responsibilities and all the weight falls on one shoulder.  Be sure to tune in, or log into our chat room to hear the woes, realities, and the strength it takes to do the best you can with little to no help.
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Melissa Holmes, Domestic Violence Survivor & Awareness Advocate
Tonight at 8:00 pm Eastern/Atlantic, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific Chat with Melissa Holmes who was 25 yrs old when she met my first abuser. Everything was perfect for 5 years. When he proposed, she said YES; however, the minute she said, “Yes!” she noticed things starting to change slowly. Two years after they were married things, his obsessive behavior started to change the marriage and relationship negatively. The arguing began, along with the stalking, disrespect, and physical abuse. One day after she became fed up with nowhere to go, she left and took her survival chances. He started threatening to have her killed. Instead, he met his untimely death in May 2003 as a result of asthma. He never got a chance make good on his promise. After Melissa remained single for 5 years, she met her second abuser who was much worst. One year he broke her nose on my birthday; choked her; pulled her hair, pulled a gun out on her; and threatened to kill her and sit at home with her body until her son came home from school. He wanted to see the expression on her son’s face when he found my body. At that minute, Melissa knew she needed a game plan. She moved back to New York safely with her son 4 years ago. He stalked her for a year of the 4 years. Melissa stated, “I have never experienced such brutal treatment but knew I had to remain strong for my kids. I learned to turn my weakness into my strengths and Love Shouldn’t Hurt was born, and helping others in dv [sic] situations to know they’re not alone in this fight. Someone does care and her name is Melissa Holmes.” Love Shouldn't Hurt, Domestic Violence Awareness & Support Group (LSH) Visit Melissa’s site at: http://glamorousgorja.wix.com/lshdv
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Prayer and Deliverance Hour - Let the Word Do the Work
Welcome to The Prayer and Deliverance Hour this Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Check for your Time Zone: 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Great News! We can also be followed at Stitcher using the link below. www.stitcher.com/s?fid=83601&refid=stpr. This week’s lesson: Which are you?  A user of the Word  The Word has done something for you. What has it done for you.  Now that the Word is in your life, what are you doing with it? Then you'll want to tune in as Minister Kim Dial shares tonight's lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Hour. Twice monthly Minister Dial will be joined by Bishop Herbert Hucks. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766. Let us not forget that today is Palm Sunday where millions of Christians around the world take part in church services today, as well as completing activities and singing songs to observe the day and pay their respects to Jesus.? Palm Sunday marks the day Jesus arrived in Jerusalem on a donkey, just a few days before he was betrayed by his friend Judas Iscariot, one of the 12 apostles, put on trial and sentenced to death by crucifixion. We'll be here every Sunday evening at 8:00 Eastern. Looking forward to hearing you. If you have a request for prayers, please simply pick up your telephone and call our prayer line at 502-242-7148 anytime 24/7/365.
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Nikki Alexander’s Personal Path: From Pain to Faith and Triumph
Nikki Alexander, spares no emotional expense in her first release, What The Devil Meant for Bad, God Used for My Good. Because she was able to step out of the dark and into God’s Light, she’s on a mission to share her breath-taking moments of her personal path of pain, faith, and triumph. Nikki Alexander grew up in the inner city and graduated from Lincoln High School in the southern sector of Dallas. In the telecommunications industry for 14 years, Nikki is currently a Finance Specialist at one of the leading mobility companies in the United States. Her gruesome life experiences and triumphs in her tell-all autobiography will certainly define the trials and tribulations that she endured and overcame. Her source of motivation and encouragement to other survivors of mental, physical, and emotional abuse is very transparent. Visit Nikki at www.NikkiAlex.net/
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Annette and Deirdre - Medical Malpractice Awareness Advocates
A Passionate Thank You “I just want to thank all who have liked my  [Facebook] page throughout the year of 2015 and the recent ones. It was created to help you stay in the know and to help me release the frustration I have for the lack of monitoring my father received in ICU. There's no way I should have found him unresponsive in ICU, an area of the hospital that should have ALL patients monitored to the max! I'm not sure what 2016 will hold for the lives that are either permanently injured or died from medical negligence . . .” ~ Annette Smith, www.Facebook.com/WhoseWatching/ July is Medical Malpractice Awareness Month "It's official. Medical Malpractice Awareness Month is recognized in the City of Houston." ~ Deirdre Gilbert-Dickson, National Director, National Medical Malpractice Advocacy Association,  www.NMMAA.org/ Get involved in your loved one's hospital stay. . . “Perhaps it's time for a national patient bill of rights for hospitalized patients,” James wrote. “All evidence points to the need for much more patient involvement in identifying harmful events and participating in rigorous follow-up investigations to identify root causes.” ~ John T James; toxicologist, NASA's Space Center in Texas
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Prayer and Deliverance Hour: Encountering Lost Souls
Welcome to our debut episode this Sunday and every Sunday at 8:00 pm Eastern. Prayer and Deliverance Hour: Encountering Lost Souls Check for your Time Zone: 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific. Great News! We can also be followed atStitcher using the link below. www.stitcher.com/s?fid=83601&refid=stpr . Are you encountering the Lost in your Journey of Faith?Are you having difficulty winning souls or properly using wisdom to win the soul? Then you'll want to tune in as Minister Kim Dial shares tonight's lesson during The Prayer and Deliverance Hour. Twice monthly Minister Dial will be joined by Bishop Herbert Hucks. Tell your family! Tell your friends to join you as you join us! Call in during the program at 657-383-1766. We'll be here every Sunday evening at 8:00 Eastern. Looking forward to hearing on our studio line. If you have a request for prayers, please simply pick up your telephone anytime 24/7/365 and call our prayer line at 502-242-7148.
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A Tribute to Dr. Carter Woodson, the Father of Black History Month
Dr. Carter G. Woodson was born in Buckingham County, Virginia on Dec. 19, 1875, to former slaves, James & Eliza Riddle Woodson. His father helped Union soldiers during the Civil War & moved his family to West Virginia when he heard that Huntington was building a high school for Blacks. From a large, poor family, Dr. Woodson could not regularly attend school. Through self-instruction, he mastered the fundamentals of common school subjects by age 17. Wanting more education, he went to Fayette County to earn a living as a miner in the coal fields. He was able to devote only a few months each year to his schooling. In 1895, at the age of 20, Dr. Woodson entered Douglass High School, where he received his diploma in less than 2 years. From 1897 to 1900, Dr. Woodson taught at Winona in Fayette County. In 1900 he was selected as the principal of Douglass High School. He earned his Bachelor of Literature degree from Berea College in Kentucky in 1903 by taking classes part-time between 1901 &  1903. Convinced the role of African American history & the history of other cultures was being ignored or misrepresented among scholars, Dr. Woodson saw a need for research into the neglected past of African Americans. Along with Alexander L. Jackson, Dr. Woodson published The Education of the Negro Prior to 1861 in 1915. He followed this book with The Mis-Education of the Negro in 1933. The Bronzeville neighborhood inspired him to create the Assn. for the Study of Negro Life and History in 1915. Now known as the Assn. for the Study of African American Life and History, it ran conferences, published The Journal of Negro History, and "particularly targeted those responsible for the education of black children".
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Bishop Herbert Hucks and Minister Kim Dial - Knowing God
Tonight at 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific! Have you ever felt like there must be something more to life?  Have you sensed an emptiness within you?  If you said, “Yes!” to either of those questions, then more than likely you’re tied up with things of this world. The truth is that money, possessions, prestige, power and people cannot fulfill that deeper hunger we all have. We long for a satisfied heart, mind, and soul. Blaise Pascal, the French philosopher and mathematician, wrote, “Within each human being there is a God-shaped void.” We were designed with a need that only God Himself can fill. Within every heart there exists an intense inward yearning for the transcendent (for meaning, purpose, a satisfying relatedness and integration with love-- a personal relationship with God). The wise Hebrew King Solomon wrote of this universal need: “He (God Himself) has also set (the thoughts of) eternity in the hearts of men.” (Ecclesiastes 3:11 NIV)
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Relationship Insight and Perspectives: A Panel Discussion
Note: Check your time zone: 9:00 pm Atlantic, 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific On the panel: a widow, married, single, and divorce, a relationship therapist, and a Minister. Relationships are a part of life. Falling in love is a beautiful thing and falling out of love could be devastating. The work it takes to stay in love and keep your loved one happy involves work on the part of both parties. Tonight we will have a panel discussion to gain insight from all parties: some lost their other half by way death, cheating, or any of a multitude of reasons while others are happily married.  Be sure to tune in to hear about love, life, and picking up the pieces.
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Bishop Hucks and Minister Dial in Facing Adversities & Rising Above - Update
Sorry for any inconvenience of last night’s glitch. It has been postponed for tonight. Check the time for your time zone. Showtime is 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, and 5:00 pm Pacific! Sometimes we go through life and feel like everything but the kitchen sink is thrown at us!  It leaves us feeling lost and alienated with nowhere to turn, or no one to talk to.  Be sure to tune in this week to hear spiritual insight on the issues of adversity and the spirituality of how we were designed to endure.
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Bishop Herbert Hucks and Minister Kim Dial - Facing Adversities and Rising Above
Sorry for any inconvenience. Showtime is 8:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, and 5:00 pm Pacific! Sometimes we go through life and feel like everything but the kitchen sink is thrown at us!  It leaves us feeling lost and alienated with nowhere to turn, or no one to talk to.  Be sure to tune in this week to hear spiritual insight on the issues of adversity and the spirituality of how we were designed to endure.
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Picking up the Pieces after the Lost of a Loved One
Notice: Going live at 9:00 pm AST, 8:00 pm EST, 7:00 pm CST, 6;00 pm MST, 5:00 pm PST Often times when life happens and leaves you in unfamiliar territories, we are thrown into a shocking world. Why? Because death, no matter how prepared we might think we are, is still a shock, a state of bewilderment, and confusion. Losing a loved one leaves the survivors in a deep state depression, lost, and confusion, leading some to self-medication. However, when children are involved, it leaves them wondering with bigger questions: what happened and why? This is a tragic dilemma that happens to families around the world daily. Tune in and be a part of a panel discussion including guidance from Minister Kim Dial who also experienced this. Learn how they dealt with grief, and are attempting to maintain the resemblance of a normal life while still picking up the pieces for themselves and for their little family. This show is one you don’t want to miss!
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Evangelist Shannon Neal Ministries Builds, Births, and Brings Forth Ministries
At Evangelist Shannon Neal Ministries, they are committed to serving God and your needs of you and those of your family. Using universal principles of spirituality, they offer practical tools for leading a joyous, abundant, and peaceful life. Wherever you may be on your spiritual path, at E.S.N. Ministries you will find a strong supportive structure with a wealth of opportunities for spiritual growth. Now they are moving on towards Conference May 2016. They aspire to strengthen your confidence and joy in Jesus Christ - at every point in your life. They also encourage personal and spiritual growth through prayer, Bible studies, conference, retreats, community picnics, and group hands-on activities.  Spread Love. Visit them at: www.ESNMinistries.com/ Join them in their Ripple of United  and Worship.
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Shaunta Kinerly, An Ambitious Entrepreneur
Author Shaunta Kenerly didn’t let his past create his path. He has emerged from the hardships that led him to prison to become a family man and a successful businessman on a mission.  From behind bars he turned his test into a testimony to become an entrepreneur. Now, as he turns his lemons into lemonade, he will be making major moves in 2016, especially with his book being made into a movie. If you ever thought jail could stop you from becoming successful, think again! Listen in or call in to learn more about this man’s story! Tune in to learn Testimony! Visit Saunta on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/shaunta.kenerly
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Reflections of 2015 and Outlooks for 2016
Welcome to our first show for 2016. We will resume next week at our regular day and time next week: Wednesdays at 8:00 pm Eastern. Join us tonight as we share with you our:  Shout-Outs and Thank Yous   Calendar of Observances, and/or event(s)  Get to Know Your Hosts  Highlights Awards of Past Shows  Outlooks for 2016  Our ever-expanding markets with regular callers, followers, and listeners.  Shout-Outs and Thank You  Get to Know Your Hosts (Lady T and Mr. E) Highlights Awards for past shows: Who received the Best Award?  Who received the Eye-opening Award?  Who received the Most Listeners Award?  
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The Hour of the Divas: Life Perspectives of Transgendered Women
"A trans woman (sometimes trans-woman or transwoman) is a transgender person who was assigned male at birth but whose gender identity is that of a woman. The label of transgender woman is not always interchangeable with that of transsexual woman, although the two labels are often used in this way. Transgender is an umbrella term that includes different types of gender variant people (including transsexual people)." from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trans_woman The life of a trans woman creates a diva. Or does it? And just what is a "diva"? Let's look at some examples: According to Wikipedia, "Diva can also refer to a woman with a reputation for being temperamental or difficult to please. In show business, having a 'diva attitude' implies someone who is self-important or hard to work with." According to UrbanDictionary.com, "A diva is a female performer, usually an opera singer, who is extremely talented but very imperious and tempermental. But the distinguishing factor is that her talent permits somewhat uncouth behavior. A diva is not necessarily difficult to work with, she is just very professional and and has a low tolerance for incompetence. A diva is NOT just some no-talent pop singer who thinks everyone should acquiesce to her every whim, or even worse, some woman who is necessarily rude, mean, bitchy, and often stupid just because she "knows what she wants" and revels in being high maintenance. These woman do not deserve the title of diva, because they have no redeeming talent or quality. They are simply loud and obnoxious bitches. True divas should be treated with respect for their enormous talent and strong will."  Which one are you?
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Child Support Woes: A Panel Discussion
Child support was created as a means for the care and support of children single parents. Many parents have issues with the system, with the absent parent, and even the way society views this plaguing issue. Many may struggle with either paying child support or acting indifferently because they consider it unjustified.  To make matter worst, Section 228 of Title 18, United States Code, makes it illegal for an individual to willfully fail to pay child support in certain circumstances. Accordingly, an individual is subject to federal prosecution if he or she willfully fails to pay child support that has been ordered by a court for a child who lives in another state, or if the payment is past due for longer than 1 year or exceeds the amount of $5,000. A violation of this law is a criminal misdemeanor, and convicted offender face fines and up to 6 months in prison (See 18 U.S.C. § 228 (a) (1)). If, under the same circumstances, the child support payment is overdue for longer than 2 years, or the amount exceeds $10,000, the violation is a criminal felony, and convicted offenders face fines and up to 2 years in prison (See 18 U.S.C.§ 228(a)(3)). Lastly, this statute prohibits individuals obligated to pay child support from crossing state lines or fleeing the country with the intent to avoid paying child support that has either been past due for more than 1 year or exceeds $5,000. (See 18 U.S.C. § 228(a)(2)). Any individual convicted of this crime may face up to 2 years in prison. Notably, other than in the specific circumstances aforementioned, child support enforcement issues are handled by state and local authorities, and not by the federal government. Furthermore, all child support enforcement matters must be addressed at the local or state level before concerns can be raised at the federal level.
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To Miguel Reece Returning Vets' Post-Traumatic Sleep Disorders Are the New PTSD
“Sleep deprivation during military deployment is archaic, harmful and institutionally unavoidable. It may aggravate, and even cause, PTSD in veterans returning from combat. Why’s it taking so long for military brass to take action?” – Peter S. Green, journalist Award-winning journalist Peter S. Green investigated sleep deprivation during military deployment and how “circadian scarring” among our troops may aggravate, and even cause, PTSD in veterans returning from combat. Green asks, “Why is it taking so long for military brass to take action?” During today’s show our guest, Miguel Reece, Retired US Air Force Major and former VA civil servant, will address this and other related issues that are adversely affecting our servicemen and servicewomen while on and returning from deployment. A case study: U.S. Army Corporal Sean Bedingfield Through the long summer of 2008, U.S. Army Corporal Sean Bedingfield led a fire team at a dust-choked combat operations post in the craggy terrain of Kunar province in northeastern Afghanistan. His platoon was five men short of its full 32-person complement, and would catch incoming fire several times a day from Taliban insurgents in the surrounding hills. Full-day patrols sent Bedingfield and his squad 3,000 feet or more up into the mountains, and another 3,000 feet back down to their camp. At night, they stood watch to ward off insurgents. Often, they’d double-staff the watchtowers to ensure no one fell asleep. “If one guy dozed, the other’s job was to slap him around to wake him up,” Bedingfield said. This special report is available for free as a download as a PDF or an ebook on the iTunes store.  (Click here: http://j.mp/1kINjI8.)
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What Would It Take to Hold Your Marriage or Relationship Together?
Notice! Because the clocks were turn back last weekend (Oct. 31/Nov. 1), our local time Atlantic Standard Time (AST) has been converted to 9:00 pm while the show's time remains at 8:00 pm EST. Do couples struggle with finding help when their marriage or relationship is on the rocks?? Let's find out in Wednesday night's panel discussion. Relationships and marriages are beautiful things, but sometimes they can prove to be difficult to maintain. Have you been caught in that trap? How did you survive it? What advice or tips would you like to share? Call in at 657-383-1766! We would love to hear from you! Join the interaction with our panel discussion. We'll have a live relationship therapist on hand to answer your juicy, steamy, or bone-dry questions. Remimber now, the show will start at 8;00 pm EST, as usual; however, here are the time conversions for your time zone: 9:00 pm AST; 8:00 pm EST; 7:00 pm CST; 6:00 pm MST; and 5:00 pm PST.
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Suicide of a Loved One: A Panel Discussion
Did a member of your family commit suicide? If so, was it done in front of you and/or your relatives? How were you and/or your relatives affected by the suicide of a loved one? Be here to call in your questions or share your comments. Call  (657) 383-1766. Note: To protect the identity of our guests, their names and pictures will NOT be used with the exception of Shawna. The five stages of normal grief that were first proposed by Dr. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross* in her 1969 book On Death and Dying are: denial,  anger,  bargaining,  depression, and  acceptance. They are a part of the framework that makes up our learning to live with the one we lost.They are tools to help us frame and identify what we may be feeling. But they are not stops on some linear timeline in grief. Not everyone goes through all of them or in a prescribed order. Our hope is that with these stages comes the knowledge of grief ‘s terrain, making us better equipped to cope with life and loss. At times, people in grief will often report more stages. Just remember your grief is an unique as you are. * Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross earned a place as the best-loved and most-respected authority on the subjects of death and dying. Through her many books, and her years working with terminally ill children, AIDS patients, and the elderly,Dr. Kubler-Ross brought comfort and understanding to millions coping with their own deaths or the death of a loved one. Her books have been translated into 27 languages. She passed away in 2004 at the age of 78. Before her death, she and David Kessler completed work on their second collaboration, On Grief and Grieving.
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Young Black Marriage - Will It Beat the Stigma?
A panel discussion: Marriage is a beautiful thing, especially in the black community when we don't often see it.  What are the thoughts and opinions of the newly weds as they are joined as the marital couple? Will they, can they beat the stigma of love and lack of marriage in the black community? If you marry a monkey for his wealth, the money goes and the monkey remains as is. ~ Egyptian proverb  A happy man marries the girl he loves, but a happier man loves the girl he marries. ~ African proverb  Having beauty doesn’t mean understanding the perseverance of marriage. ~ African proverb  Marriage is like a groundnut; you have to crack it to see what is inside. ~ Ghanaian proverb  If you are ugly you must either learn to dance or make love. ~ Zimbabwean proverp  To love the king is not bad, but a king who loves you is better. ~ Wolof proverb  Pretend you are dead and you will see who really loves you. ~ African proverb  Never marry a woman who has bigger feet than you. ~ Mozambique proverb  It’s much easier to fall in love than to stay in love. ~ African proverb  He who loves the vase loves also what is inside. ~ African proverb  Where there is love there is no darkness. ~Burundian proverb  Love has to be shown by deeds not words. ~ Swahili proverb  Coffee and love taste best when hot. ~ Ethiopian proverb  Love never gets lost it’s only kept. ~ African proverb
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Diona, Domestic Violence Survivor, Turned Her Test into Her Testimony
A Domestic Violence survivor turns her test into a testimony, and is willing and ready to share her story. Domestic violence and toxic relationships are extremely widespread and can escalate at any moment without warning to be harmful and even fatal. Often times victims hide behind the shame, or guilt, and want to keep the kids in a two-parent household. Are you a victim? Call in tonite to meet and greet our guest, a brave domestic violence survivor, Diona. That's 8:00 p. m. Eastern tonite!
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Taking a Stand: Voices of Domestic Violence Survivors Panel Discussion
Today, in this special presentation, survivors of domestic violence on St. Thomas in the US Virgin Islands gather at the Family Resource Center to bring awareness to the issues and to offer encouragement to others. Their names have been changed and their pictures have been withheld to protect their identity. The guide is intended to raise awareness among victims and survivors of domestic violence about the laws that protect them. Attorney General Schneiderman’s user-friendly purple pamphlet, the awareness campaign’s theme color, highlights some of the legal protections and services available to victims of domestic violence -- particularly in the areas of housing and employment – under New York law and the 1994 federal Violence Against Women Act, a major milestone in our nation’s efforts to prevent violence against women and other victims of domestic violence.New York State's Attorney General Eric T. Schneidermani issues “Victims Of Domestic Violence: Know Your Rights!” Brochure And Support, Domestic Violence Awareness Month Begins. A. G. Schneiderman issued Victims of Domestic Violence: Know Your Rights!” brochure.  Click on link above to download your free brochure. If you reside in and around the Virgin Islands, contact the Family Resource Center at: www.famresourcecenters.wix.com/FamilyResourceCenter  To learn more another survivor who turned her lemons into lemonade, visit Chatiela Underwood's site: www.AuthorChatielaUnderwood.com/
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Sickle Cell Panel Discussion: The Diagnosis and Survival
8:00 pm EST; 7:00 pm CST; 6:00 pm MST; and 5:00 pm PST Tamika Moseley grew up in Shreveport, Louisiana. At 18 she joined the US Army Reserve. She received a BS degree in Human Relations & Business from Amberton University in Garland, Texas.Tamika's purpose in life is to be of service to others. Because her son has sickle cell disease, she has a huge passion to help others in this fight. She wants to share her amazing story with other parents and all who suffer from this disease. Tamika's current focus is teaming up with Dr. Charlie Ware and aiding the sickle cell battle in Africa, where the disease is so prominent. Their main goal is to provide education, guidance, & useful information on the importance of natural herbs & how they can help sustain our health while living with sickle cell disease. Dr. Ware specializes in Natural Pain Management & Functional Medicine. An author, international lecturer, & President/CEO of Healing Blends Global, Dr. Ware's rooted his research projectsin finding solutions to chronic diseases that plague our society. Dr. Ware has lectured & researched for treatments for Sickle Cell Disease for many years. Sickle cell disease is an inherited blood disease that's caused by an abnormal hemoglobin which causes the blood to take on a crescent or "sickled" shape. The sickled red blood cells are fragile and prone to rupture. Once the cells become sickled, it's difficult for them to pass through the vessels and they become stuck. Once this happens, one can face chronic pain, organ or tissue damage, strokes, even death. Comprehensive Alternative Medical Care for Adults and Children 2632 Hollywood Blvd, Suite 300 Hollywood, FL 33020 Telephone: 954-458-5999 www.DrCharlieWare.com/
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Educated Black Men on the Move, a Panel Discussion of Why Black Lives Matter
Educated Black Men Will Be Discussing Their Views And Opinions On Why Black Lives Matter.... This Is An Movement That We Cannot Contiune To Ignore.  The Panel Will Put Their Heads Together In Efforts To See How We As A Culture Can Combat Such Issues, Rise Above, and Come Together As A CommunityTo Get Through These Trying Times And Prevelent Issues. Black Lives Matter is an activist movement in the United States that began in the wake of the July 2013 acquittal of George Zimmerman in the Florida shooting death of African-American teen Trayvon Martin. The Black Lives Matter movement campaigns against what it callspolice brutality in the United States against African-Americans. The group received fresh impetus from the 2014 deaths of two unarmed African Americans, teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri and 43-year-old Eric Garner in New York City; in both cases the grand jury did not indict the officers and no charges were brought. Several unarmed African Americans who died at the hands of law enforcement have had their deaths protested by the movement, including Tamir Rice, Eric Harris, Walter Scott, and Freddie Gray (whose death sparked the 2015 Baltimore protests). Several media organizations have referred to it as "a new civil rights movement". Call In this Evening To Be Apart Of the Movement at (657) 383-1766.  
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Diva Circle: Women on the Move Panel Discussion
Successful Black female college graduates with Masters' degree willing to share their experiences in becoming role models. You're encouraged to call in, speak with them, and/or share your testimony. Call the studio line at (657) 383-1766. This invitation is open to both males and females.
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Jeryl F. Hodge: Passing On Her Message
Jeryl F. Hodge is a native of Saint Thomas, Virgin Islands. She grew up in Saint Thomas with her parents and in Tortola with her grandparents and aunts. Jeryl F. Hodge is a graduate of Charlotte Amalie High School. She now lives in Port St. Lucie, Florida. She had worked at Vitelco, which is now Innovative Telephone Company, for 38 years. She is best recognized for singing locally in the eleven-o’clock choir at Christ Church Methodist. She is the wife of Irvine Hodge Sr. and a mother of two children, Irvine Jr. and Devin. Jeryl takes a great deal of pride in recognizing the role of her late parents, Esmie and Charles Frazer, during the course of her life. In 2011, Jeryl was diagnosed with breast cancer when she was 57 years old. She learned to manage her therapy throughout her life. Jeryl F. Hodge now loves to read, write, and collect information on the early history of the US Virgin Islands and British Virgin Islands. Her interest in the final was to write a book about her family history as it was in her homeland. Jeryl’s book, Save the Pages, is of special value to her for a personal reason. She and her mother had a good relationship when her mother died at age 59. Although Jeryl thought about how much she valued her mother, she wanted to write about their lives. She believes some of the stories might help resolve old conflicts and promote understanding among family members.   Another reason for writing this book is that her mother told her about her experiences growing up in Tortola, British Virgin Islands, and was not able to publish them. Jeryl recalled wonderful, often-forgotten experiences and have written them on paper since she retired. Visit Jeryl at: http://www.savethepages.com/  
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Tryyun Yarbrough - HBCU Experiences and Adversities as a African American Male
Today's guest, Tryyun Yarbrough, will share how and why he became a college graduate from a higher education institution designated as one of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities. And he achieved his Bachelor of Science degree in Psyhology despite all the obstacles in his path. He's agreed to come on the show as a role model to others with the maxim, "If I can do it, you can, too!" Stop by, drop in, call in to hear what this progressive brother has to say!
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Does Stress Affect Your Functioning?
Tonight we have a special surprise show wht ere we flip the table. That's all we're saying until tonight show begins. Join us! Won't you? Call in at (657) 383-1766. "Stress is a normal psychological and physical reaction to the ever-increasing demands of life. Surveys show that many Americans experience challenges with stress at some point during the year. In looking at the causes of stress, remember that your brain comes hard-wired with an alarm system for your protection. When your brain perceives a threat, it signals your body to release a burst of hormones to fuel your capacity for a response. This has been labeled the 'fight-or-flight' response. Once the threat is gone, your body is meant to return to a normal relaxed state. Unfortunately, the nonstop stress of modern life means that your alarm system rarely shuts off. That's why stress management is so important. Stress management gives you a range of tools to reset your alarm system." ~ Mayo Clinic For more information about the Mayo Clinic and the stages of stress relief, and the techniques of relaxation techniques, visit them at: http://j.mp/1fW1IxZ
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Domestic Violence Survivors Testimonies & Discussions - a Do Over
Domestic Violence Survivors Testimonies & Discussions about Rising Above . . . . taking steps in the right direction! Due to technical issues with the phone lines, this show will be rescheduled! Watch for the new date! Sorry for the inconvenience. The National Domestic Violence Hotline says: Get Help! Their highly-trained advocates are available 24/7 to talk confidentially with anyone experiencing domestic violence, seeking resources or information, or questioning unhealthy aspects of their relationship. Get involved! Making a difference in the lives of thousands of victims, survivors and their families is the best reason to give to The Hotline. Every donation helps ensure someone is available to answer the most important call of a victim’s life. Stay safe! Computer use can be monitored and is impossible to completely clear. If you’re afraid your internet or computer usage might be monitored, please use a safer computer, call your local hotline, or call their hotline. There is Help! Don't be afraid to use it!
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Domestic Violence Survivors Testimonies & Discussions
Domestic Violence Survivors Testimonies & Discussions about Rising Above . . . . taking steps in the right direction! Due to technical issues with the phone lines, this show will be rescheduled! Watch for the new date! Sorry for the inconvenience. National Domestic Violence Hotline says: Get Help! Their highly-trained advocates are available 24/7 to talk confidentially with anyone experiencing domestic violence, seeking resources or information, or questioning unhealthy aspects of their relationship.  Get involved! Making a difference in the lives of thousands of victims, survivors and their families is the best reason to give to The Hotline. Every donation helps ensure someone is available to answer the most important call of a victim’s life.  Stay safe! Computer use can be monitored and is impossible to completely clear. If you’re afraid your internet or computer usage might be monitored, please use a safer computer, call your local hotline, or call their hotline. There is Help! Don't be afraid to use it!
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Have You Been Treated Unfairly by Police, or Been Exposed to Racism?
Special Show Tonight! Devoted to Calls-in Only! Have You Been Treated Unfairly by Police, or Been Exposed to Racism? Due to the major telephone glitch, last night's show is being presented tonight, same time, 8:00 pm Eastern. If so, we want to hear from you tonight at 8:00pm CALL IN to "Rise to Shine Radio" @(657) 383-1766.....
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Have You Been Treated Unfairly by Police, or Been Exposed to Racism?
Due to technical issues with the phone lines, this show was rescheduled the following day, Thursday, August 20th! Sorry for the inconvenience. Have You Been Treated Unfairly by Police, or Been Exposed to Racism? If so, we want to hear from you tonight at 8:00pm CALL IN to "Rise to Shine Radio" @(657) 383-1766.....
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Ci Ci's with Some of the I Want to Be Heard Competitors
Artists to compete August 13th to receive a Samsung tablet, a radio interview and listening session, and feature as special guest performer at 3 new Tampa venues! * Ci Ci Keenan, poet & organizer of I Want to Be Heard, is seeing her dream come true: an opportunity for the best of the best of Tampa’s artists and poets having a platform to express their creativity. Ci Ci will shed some light on how it goes down tomorrow and introduce some of the competitors. * 813 DaCity - loved music & rhyme from young, traded Dr. Seuss books in grade school, always listened to his father's Hip Hop, R&B CDs. At 14 he lost his father, began using his passion. His love for music & rhyme became more influential in expressing himself. Today, DC has evolved into a full-bodied musical lyricist, using music to give others a view of life through his eyes.  * Rae Mercurie is a self-proclaimed singer, songwriter, poet, & performer. In pursuit of her dreams, she hopes to spread her music & literature far & wide, spreading a message of Love, Inner Peace, & Consciousness. Collaborating with Graphic Designer & Multimedia Artist/Director Billy J. Santiago of BJS Media, Rae's latest EP single entitled The End to be released on Aug 12th, 2015.  * Phil Coale is a blues guitarist & singer/songwriter out of Tampa, Florida. He has his own band which released their first ep this year and is currently playing regular shows in the Tampa Bay Area. His music, guitar-driven, mixes old blues with a modern sound. He's currently in the studio recording a full length album.  Tickets: www.eventbrite.com/e/i-want-to-be-heard-tickets-17769626431?aff=es2
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One Woman's Fight Against Cancer
Discussion: A Breast Cancer survivor shares her test and testimony while struggling to maintain a positive outlook on life, living, and battling the fight of her life.
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Sam and Dave re War, Military Deployment, and Life Afterwards
Sam and Dave, two close buddies, in different branches of the US military, will sit with us to discuss War, Military Deployment, and Life Afterwards. They are also here to answer your questions and respond to your comments. Panel: A panel discussion with 2 veterans, Sam and Dave, about the War, Military Deployment, and the residual effects on families during and after war time. If there is any advice you can share with our audience who may be thinking about joining the military, or even currently serving in the armed forces what advise as Veterans can you share? According to the US National Library of Medicine, National Institute of Health, “Among the consequences of war, the impact on the mental health of the civilian population is one of the most significant. Studies of the general population show a definite increase in the incidence and prevalence of mental disorders. Women are more affected than men. Other vulnerable groups are children, the elderly and the disabled. Prevalence rates are associated with the degree of trauma, and the availability of physical and emotional support. The use of cultural and religious coping strategies is frequent in developing countries.”
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What Goes On In The World of Single-Parenting, a Panel Discussion
Being a single Mom or Dad is extremely stressful!  Parenting was meant to be for both parents; however, often times the responsibility falls on the shoulders of one. Call us at (657-383-1766 with your questions or comments. Join this panel discussion with panelists: Anjahlai Harrison,  Jimmy Gamblin,  Mikeya Golding,   Shonna, and  Erica Dupee.
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Panel to Discuss Gay Marriages and Various Adversities in Our Community
Tonight's Topic: Panel Discussion on Gay Marriages and Various Adversities Faced Our Community In recent days laws have changed to benefit the masses. It allows same-sex marriage couple to join union as one.  It is a topic of wide debate worldwide. We invite you to join our panel discussion tonight to talk about what goes on in the community and what the passing of this law means to you. Guest: All three are using Pseudonymes.  Join us in welcoming Guest Danny A, Ti, and her girlfriend. "Same-sex marriage (also known as gay marriage or gender-neutral marriage) is marriage between two people of the same sex. Legal recognition of same-sex marriage or the possibility to perform a same-sex marriage is sometimes referred to as marriage equality or equal marriage by supporters. Opponents of same-sex marriage often refer to it as the redefinition of marriage or use quotation marks for the word "marriage". Same-sex marriages can be performed in a secular civil ceremony or in a religious setting."  ~ Wikipedia  
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Welcome Aboard!
Welcome to our premiere episode of Rise to Shine Radio, the show giving voice to the voiceless that will address issues occurring in your home, school, or work. Brought to you by your co-hosts, Chatiela Underwood, author of Eyes Wide Shut, and Etienne A. Gibbs, author of It's My Turn to Be the Hero, both of whom have  training, knowledge, and experience in the areas of abuse of all kinds. Rise to Shine Radio is a platform where you can address those issues occurring in your home, your work, or your school. You are encouraged to share your testimony in hopes of saving, inspiring, and bringing awareness to the lives of others. An interactive show that caters highly to respecting your confidentiality, we invite you to send us your questions, comments, or topics that you'd like to have addressed on the show. Email your questions, comments, or topics to:emailme7261@gmail.com . Although Rise to Shine Radio is not counseling-based, it affords the ladies and gentlemen on our listening audience the opportunity to share your testimony in hopes of saving, inspiring, and bringing awareness to the lives of others.  Disclaimer: Because of the sensitive and confidential nature of the topics discussed on the show, each guest is asked to sign a waiver.
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