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Making Inspired Choices with Coach Linda - 10

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SHOW TOPIC:  "A Lifetime Together."  Are you new to marriage, or married many years, but facing significant challenges?  Listen in as guests share trials, triumphs & lessons over a 49 year marriage!  Hear their secrets for staying tuned into each other.  What works & what doesn't work?   HOST BIO: Linda Stephens-Jones, ACC is a Certified Christian Life Coach, assisting individuals & small groups live or via teleconference & Skype across the U.S. & globally.  She specializes in helping women to overcome fears & manage major challenges such as relationship issues, grief, divorce, careers, self-doubt, or lack of purpose.  Her clients discover their strengths, gifts & values; then build a vision and begin living with more clarity and confidence.  GUESTS’ BIOS:  James & Jean Jones truly exemplify A Lifetime Together.  Knowing each other since childhood, they married 49 years ago and are still going strong!  They’ve walked closely together through every phase of life; both obtained undergraduate degrees at Morgan State University, in Baltimore, MD.  They were courageous pioneers during the 1960s Civil Rights Movement, both receiving the Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree from Morgan State University in recognition of that work.  They raised three children.  James served 33 years in the US Army to include two tours in Vietnam.  Jean has been a counselor with the Army and she is retired from Fairfax County Public Schools and today is a Guidance Director at Job Gibbs Youth for Tomorrow.  Jim and Jean have even supported each other through bouts of cancer.  Today they are enjoying five grandchildren and sharing their love, wisdom & commitment to service through church & community endeavors.

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