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  • 00:27

    The Impact of Divorce on Young Children and Adolescents

    in Current Events

    The Impact of Divorce on Young Children and Adolescents. African-Americansare more likely to get divorce and less likely to get married according to research. 
    Join me as we discuss this very important this very important topicthats hunting the black community.
       

  • 01:00

    CHILDREN!

    in Spirituality

    Prayer with the Prophets!


    Let's pray like: Jesus, King David, Daniel, Prophetess Anna, Paul and Silas and you!


    Luke 18:1 (KJV) 
    1 And he spake a parable unto them to this end, that men ought always to pray, and not to faint;
     


    Matthew 6:9-13 (KJV) 


    9 After this manner therefore pray ye: Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name.
    10 Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.
    11 Give us this day our daily bread.
    12 And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.
    13 And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil: For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever. Amen.
     


    Let us pray until we have the answer!


    What is the Focus Prayer today if any?


    How to reach us:


    JOY CHRISTIAN Center


    Loren and Arjeana Due


    P O Box 18


    Victorville, CA 92393


    Email: Propheticnetworks1@gmail.com


    Office: 760 951 9484

  • 00:32

    Children of God

    in Christianity

    We are all called to be children of God in our journey through life. Tonight we talk about the new and reimagined animal world and  snake farm with Eric Trager and  the end of life  journey with our good friends from Hope Hospice here in New Braunfels. Hope Hospice is celebrating the naming of Opal Umpierre as the 2015 Herald Zeitung Unsung Hero and Citizen of the Year Award winner. Join us as we talk about the role faith plays in the mission of Hope Hospice. 


    http://www.exoticanimalworld.com

  • 00:31

    Tuesday Prayer for children

    in Education

    Flawless Children


    Song of Songs 4:7


     

  • 00:31

    Are Children Over Medicated? Gayani DeSilva M.D.

    in Women

    he California legislature is beginning to look at the way children are medicated with psychiatric medications. Some purport that prescribing practices are to blame—that psychiatrists are prescribing too many anti-psychotic medications which have significant and serious side effects to children, particularly in the foster care system. The practice of prescribing psychiatric medications to children is a direct result of the "presenting complaint" brought to the attention of the psychiatrist. The overuse or underuse of medication or inappropriate use of medication for foster children is a symptom of a much larger problem with the care of children in the foster care system.


    Dr. DeSilva has spent over 15 years as a Psychiatrist, specifically enhancing the mental health of children and adolescents. Much of her work consists of the complex array of needs with adolescent and young adult criminal and violent offenders to understand the interplay between mental illness, societal factors, and interpersonal issues. In this climate of horrific violence much of it perpetrated by adolescents and young adults in society today, she believes understanding the needs of children is crucial to preventing further tragic events. Dr. DeSilva believes not only must children with mental illness obtain the care they desperately need, it is vital adults participating in child rearing educate themselves about children's development and learn to communicate effectively with children and adolescents

  • 00:30

    Tuesday Prayer for Children

    in Education

    Join us in prayer for our children.

  • 01:02

    Shattered Lives: Children and Grieving

    in School

    When children are victims of a disaster, a school shooting, or perhaps the loss of a classmate or someone close to them, we, as parents, teachers, or mental health professionals need to know how best to assist their grieving process.


    As the media reports on school shootings, deaths of children, and tragedy beyond comprehension, one comforting thought is there are trained professionals ready to step in during and after the crisis to help children deal with the loss.   


    Returning Shattered Lives Radio guest, Dr. David Schonfeld is tops in the field of child bereavement and now heads the National Center for School Crisis and Bereavement (NCSCB) which "aims to help prepare professionals working in schools, health care settings, and other community sites to be better prepared to meet children’s needs during and after crisis and loss."


     


     

  • 00:07

    Pastor Moses Brown: Feed Our Children Ministries

    in Current Events

    Join us on Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at 11:30 a.m. in morning for a conversation with the Founder of "The Feed Our Children Ministries, Pastor Moses Brown. Feed Our Children Ministries is committed to being a source of support to economically disadvantaged children and their families, the homeless, and the elderly.  The vision of FOC Ministries is to equip each individual we contact with the tools necessary in realizing their unlimited potentials. To leave no one hungry physically or spiritually and to enable each one we serve with the ability to serve someone else in need.


    With an immediate goal to restore the families of each individual served, the long term goals of FOC Ministries are a return back to the community of individuals and families served to provide assistance to other families in need.  To acquire a homeless shelter and be able to service more families with our products and services and to provide food shelter for orphans in third world countries as well as other services.


    The food is given to the people at no cost to them. Further, the purpose of the food program is to feed the poor, not to grow our church.  The food provided generally consists of fresh produce, cereals, breads, packaged goods, juices, canned goods, snacks, chips, candies, etc. The food boxes (usually a combination of boxes and bags) normally contain between 30-50 pounds of these food items.


     

  • 00:29

    Tuesday Prayer for Children

    in Education

    Come join us as we pray for our children.  God is faithful - who will, with the temptation also make a way to escape.

  • 01:09

    WOI: Stories for Children Show with Author Arnold Rudnick

    in Books

    Welcome to BlogTalkRadio's featured World of Ink Network. Today is the Stories for Children show with host Mom's Choice Honoree and Award-winning author Virginia S Grenier.


    You can listen live today Monday April 27, 2015 at 9pm Eastern -8pm Central - 7pm Mountain - 6pm Pacific and on demand anytime.


    The World of Ink Network brings you shows each week on topics such as books, writing, author interviews, self-help and much more. You can also follow us at http://worldofinknetwork.com, our blog http://worldofinknetwork.blogspot.com, and on Facebook and Twitter. 


    Today on The Stories for Children show we have as our guest, Arnold Rudnick who has written for many television shows, including THE FRESH PRINCE OF BEL-AIR, STAR TREK: VOYAGER and THE NEW ADDAMS FAMILY. Arnold Rudnick will be talking about his newest children's picture book, "LITTLE GREEN" and his middle grade chapter book, "ESPete: Sixth Grade Sense".


    Arnold Rudnick has a gift for creating fascinating stories to challenge children toward self-improvement and self-esteem.

  • 00:30

    Incontrovertible Truths: Teaching our Children Their Confederate History

    in Moms and Family

    Living in the south, with all its charms, traditions and iconography does not offer access into certain aspects of her history, especially when that history involves discussions around the Civil War and the Confederacy. The inability to rake through the smoldering ashes of a war fought 150 years ago, allows for a one-sided narrative that sometimes misrepresents the causes for war, the people - enslaved and free - who lived through the war and and its aftermath. Although it is a necessary, and some might add, long overdue undertaking, it is also anxiety ridden, especially within the black community.


    How can parents of color approach this subject and explain to their children a war fought over, among other things, a system of that relegated their ancestors to permanent servitude?


    Today, the Mommy Chronicles is on site as the Alabama State University Department of History and Political Science explores those issues by examining the Civil War history at its first Confederate Memorial Day "Mini" Conference.