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I Need a Change with Tanya & Judah


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Tanya Alkhaliq, ThD – Life Redesign Expert, Minister, Entrepreneur, and Author of FEAR: It’s Not an Option. As a woman of faith, Dr. Alkhaliq works feverishly to re-establish the faith of people unto themselves by motivation and empowerment into the truth that all things are possible when the proper principle of a thing is applied into someone’s life as being central to one’s existence. I Need a Change was birthed out of the fact that people are experiencing humanity and as such are becoming stagnant in living due to the circumstances that surround their existence. The conditions of homelessness, poverty, broken relationships, abuse, lack of purpose, unwed pregnancy, domestic violence, religious intolerance, and sexually transmitted diseases are honestly making us as less humane and more intolerable of other people and forcing us to become animalistic in nature. Contrary to popular belief: accepting one’s humanity does not constitute the reality of becoming less Godly, however, denying your humanity is the equivalent of “having a form of Godliness yet denying the power thereof.” Tanya Alkhaliq says “IT’S TIME FOR A CHANGE” and has offered herself as her own change agent and life redesign coach: let her work with you so that you can redesign your life and fulfill your passion! Tanya Alkhaliq (Hakham Tamar Ora Hadass bet Levi) is the Rabbi of Temple El Shammah and the Assemblies of the True and Living G-d: The House of Prayer for All People (along with co-laborer Hakham Yehudah ben Levi – Rabbi Judah M. Lamar – Norfolk, VA) in Greensboro, NC; the Executive Director of Phoenix Outreach Services, Inc.; the President of S.T.A.R. Coaching; the Bishop of Protocol within the Progressive Hebrew Pentecostals; and the Founder of Shekinah Creations, Cayanne’s Catering, and Renewed Covenant Music. For life coaching, a speaking request, or media inquiries, please call 443.529.3969 or visit http://www.drtanyaalkhaliq.com

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