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The Chaplain Morning Show is a women's broadcast that brings awarness to women who are leading in church, corporate and the community. The Show consist of Rev. E. Jean Jones, Nancy Smith, Minister LaShanda Lewis, Minister Patrina Smalls and Ministers Crystal Bates.
Special guest is Charlotte Lewis a student in the Law School of UNT. They are hosting a special project collecting bags and coats for the homeless.
Hear about the latest in the culture war with Chaplain Gordon Klingenschmitt who lost his job as a Navy Chaplain for Praying In Jesus Name. Some of the latest attacks involve our schools such as pushing revisionist history through the AP US History. Something that our heroes who gave their lives for this country cannot tolerate. Hear Chaplain who will share with us the latest in Congress and everywhere else. And because of his experience the country is better with knowledge and how to fight for truth. Listen, be encouraged and share.
Do dogs have souls? Do dogs go to heaven? What does that mean? Today I talk with Mike Neil about his well-researched thoughts on the matter.
Mike Neil is the President and founder of The Washington State Chaplain Foundation, a network of Statewide Police Chaplains serving the Washington State Patrol and the Department of Fish and Wildlife that respond to any tragedy when called to provide care, comfort and counseling.
An accomplished artist and novelist, Mike is in the middle of a national radio campaign answering the question, “Do animals go to heaven?” which is on of the themes in his book, The Miracle of Africa. www.mdneil.com
Join Rev. E. Jean Jones, as the host of the Chaplain Morning Show along with #TeamChaplain (Patrina, Crystal, Nancy and LaShanda) as they discuss topics on advocacy for various causes and bring awareness to encourage support and community engagement. This week #TeamChaplain will share their experiences and send their thanksgiving to God and those who have deeply impact their lives positively. They will also send words of hope and encouragement to those who are experiencing tough times. For more information about #TeamChaplain visit www.kgcmradio.com
The Chaplain Show special Thursday broadcast with host Rev. E. jean Jones is featuring Faye Hill of Faye Hill Associates. The two will discuss the importance of small businesses and entrepreneurs investing in social media.
Faye Hill is a social media specialist who provides social media strategies to businesses and entrepreneurs to help increase their exposure in their market and attract new clients.
For more information on how to increase exposure for your business and attract new clients contact Faye Hill.
Visit Faye Hill & Associates website at www.faye-hill.com.
Join #TeamChaplain (Host) Chaplain E. Jean Jones and (co-Hosts) LaShanda Lewis, Patrinal Smalls, Nancy Smith and Crystal Bates as they share what they have accomplished or beome more aware of since the beginning of the Fall Season (i.e. health, new goals, craeer, education...)
Each person will also share how they plan to improve in their area(s) of weakness.
Special Guest:Mioshi Johnson (founder of Pretty Smart Girl)
THE COOLEST CHAPLAIN YOU WILL EVER MEET.
#TeamChaplainShow - with Host Rev. E. Jean Jones, Minister LaShanda Lewis, Minister Crystal Bates, Nancy Smith and Minister Patrina Smalls. Discussion about #OPMAwards Ceremony, celebrating and bringing awareness to Cancer, Lupus, Crohns and many other diseases and diagnosis. Discussion of 2014 accomplishments. Preparing for the Christmas Season and plans for 2015.
Mission at Nuremberg is Tim Townsend’s gripping story of the American Army chaplain sent to save the souls of the Nazis incarcerated at Nuremberg, a compelling and thought-provoking tale that raises questions of faith, guilt, morality, vengeance, forgiveness, salvation, and the essence of humanity.
Lutheran minister Henry Gerecke was fifty years old when he enlisted as am Army chaplain during World War II. As two of his three sons faced danger and death on the battlefield, Gerecke tended to the battered bodies and souls of wounded and dying GIs outside London. At the war’s end, when other soldiers were coming home, Gerecke was recruited for the most difficult engagement of his life: ministering to the twenty-one Nazis leaders awaiting trial at Nuremburg.
Based on scrupulous research and first-hand accounts, including interviews with still-living participants and featuring sixteen pages of black-and-white photos, Mission at Nuremberg takes us inside the Nuremburg Palace of Justice, into the cells of the accused and the courtroom where they faced their crimes. As the drama leading to the court’s final judgments unfolds, Tim Townsend brings to life the developing relationship between Gerecke and Hermann Georing, Albert Speer, Wilhelm Keitel, Joachim von Ribbentrop, and other imprisoned Nazis as they awaited trial.
Powerful and harrowing, Mission at Nuremberg offers a fresh look at one most horrifying times in human history, probing difficult spiritual and ethical issues that continue to hold meaning, forcing us to confront the ultimate moral question: Are some men so evil they are beyond redemption?
Join #TeamChaplain: E. Jean Jones, Patrina Small, Nancy Smith, LaShanda Lewis and Crystal Bates.
Our focus for this broadcast is to bring awareness to Domestic Violence and to encourage advocacy for families who experience domestic violence.
Statistics for Domestic Violence:
Every 9 seconds in the US a woman is assaulted or beaten. Around the world, at least one in every three women has been beaten, coerced into sex or otherwise abused during her lifetime. Most often, the abuser is a member of her own family.
Domestic violence is the leading cause of injury to women—more than car accidents, muggings, and rapes combined.
Studies suggest that up to 10 million children witness some form of domestic violence annually. Nearly 1 in 5 teenage girls who have been in a relationship said a boyfriend threatened violence or self-harm if presented with a breakup.
Everyday in the US, more than three women are murdered by their husbands or boyfriends. Ninety-two percent of women surveyed listed reducing domestic violence and sexual assault as their top concern.
Based on reports from 10 countries, between 55 percent and 95 percent of women who had been physically abused by their partners had never contacted non-governmental organizations, shelters, or the police for help.
The costs of intimate partner violence in the US alone exceed $5.8 billion per year: $4.1 billion are for direct medical and health care services, while productivity losses account for nearly $1.8 billion.
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