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We are excited to come to you with another Episode and we have a sit in Chef, lol Diandra Smith-Hall Diandra Smith-Hall is CEO, Founder, Host of SpiritSoul Radio Network affectionately known as SPSN, Wife to Minister Kelvin Hall, and a Mother of two children. Though she wears many hats she always says “I can- not do anything without the LORD”. Many say she is an online “Self-help, Preacher-Evangelist” that is real and can be related to. She will tell you she is just a “Daughter of God” that just chose to obey. A “reachologist” she has touched over 148,000+ listeners, and 158,000+ viewers in just her 2 year 5 month span of airing online ( and now has been in radio for 4 years). To hear her laugh, and see her smile is a true testimony that anyone can over- come the blows that life may bring. A native of Jamaica Queens NY. She was told at a young age that she would be totally deaf due to inner- nerve damage in both ears by the time she would hit her teens. Now, being 38 years of age she is healed and wears no hearing aids which has been confirmed by a Audiologist. In elementary, she developed a gift of writing poetry where she has had them published in “The Trinity Heritage” of the Church of the Blessed Trinity in Centreville, VA pastored by Bishop Floyd B. and Mother Marjorie Brown. While in her teens from the age of 18 on up to early 20’s Diandra suffered a eating disorder which caused gastritis resulting in losing great weight and facing possible death, but she stands today healed and no longer has stomach issues. While in middle school she received her GED, and though was told she would not be able to go to any col- lege she wanted due to having a GED she proved them wrong and attended Strayer University (Business Administration Major), and Northern Virginia Community College in Loudon, Virginia (Liberal Arts, and General Studies Major). Before her 30’s, both of her parents passed away, she knows what it is like to not have your parents. She als