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Focus Change with Dr Ed

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Dr Ed Moloney

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Lots of helpful information about the Law of Attraction and other universal laws to assist you to get on your road to a potent and successful life. Please visit my website: www.atractingabetterlife.com Special Guest for this show is Judge Brenda K. Sanders a highly unusual Judge and an inspiration to us all.Judge Brenda K. Sanders is a native Detroiter. In 1980, Judge Sanders graduated from the University of Michigan where she earned a B. A. degree in Political Science. Judge Brenda K. Sanders earned her Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Detroit Mercy Law School in 1983.   Judge Sanders practiced law in the Detroit Metropolitan area for  24 years.  Judge Sanders practiced in the areas of Criminal Law, Family Law, General Civil Litigation and also Church Law.  Judge Sanders also worked as house counsel for the 36th District Court for 20 years before her election to the 36th District Court as a judge.

 
In 2006, Judge Brenda K. Sanders earned a Doctorate of Divinity degree from Destiny Christian University.  Judge Sanders is an Ordained Minister and is a Professor at an accredited bible college.  Judge Sanders is also a harpist.  In 1977, Judge Sanders began attending the Center for Creative Studies at Wayne State University where she studied harp music and continues to play the harp today.  She is the founder of Harpbeats Music Ministries, which is a non-profit entity, the umbrella under which she ministers music throughout the City of Detroit and other surrounding areas.  
 
Judge Sanders is a member of the Women’s Society of the Montford Point Marine Corp., the Detroit Metropolitan Council of Clergywomen, Alpha Kappa Sorority, the Detroit Federation of Musicians (Local 5) and the EACM Ministerial Association.
 

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