• 00:31

    Music Monday with Julia Breanetta Simpson on Word of Mom Radio

    in Women

    The fabulous Julia Breanetta Simpson is back on Word of Mom Radio sharing music from her Christmas Extravaganza this Saturday and her upcoming show in February called "How Sweet The Sound." Breanetta Productions honors and celebrates contributions made to society and world culture by African Americans. We provide affordable access to the arts for a diverse audience by presenting performances and cultural events in schools, libraries, theatres, churches, festivals and other community venues.


    Julia has had the good fortune to perform throughout the Tri-State area in her one-woman shows Harlem On My Mind and How Sweet The Sound. She has appeared around the country at Regional, Dinner and Stock Theatres in such productions as Ain't Misbehavin', Dreamgirls, For Colored Girls, One Mo' Time, Purlie, Tintypes, and When The Nightingale Sings. She has appeared in various Off-Broadway Theatres and Cabaret venues in New York City. Julia is a proud member of AEA, SAG-AFTRA and M.A.C Julia is a nationally elected Councilor of Actor's Equity Association and co-chair of its Equal Employment Opportunity Committee.


    Join us for a 30 minute show and welcome Julia to the Word of Mom Radio sponsor family. She will be joining our Mompreneur Marketplace in the next few weeks.


    Be sure to connect with us on Facebook and Twitter and Google+ and email dori@wordofmomradio.com for information on how to be a guest on WoMRadio.


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  • 00:31

    Celebrate Together with The Sneaky Mom Kas Winters

    in Women

    Discover how children can fully participate in the holiday season and add to their assortment of creative abilities. The month of December has many holiday celebrations. Involve your children in your activities. Prepare food and wrap presents together. Make cards and ornaments. There are so many ways to create special memories that make your children feel loved and valued. These special times together show our kids that the holidays really aren't about the Gifts! Join us on December 3rd as Kas Winters, The Sneaky Mom shares more wonderful ways to spend time creating traditions that your children will carry with them and pass them on to their kids.
    Thanks to If Not You Who and TeaScapes for sponsoring today's conversation. Meet all of our sponsors in our Mompreneur Marketplace.
    Be sure to connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ and email dori@wordofmomradio.com with questions, comments and for information on how to be a guest on one of our shows.
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  • 01:30

    The Real Teen Mom Talk Live: Episode 48 - The Plan

    in Television

    Check out our website at www.therealteenmomtalk.com for news and exclusive interviews with the casts of Teen Mom, Teen Mom 2, Teen Mom 3, and 16 and Pregnant!


     


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  • 00:33

    Prayer - Corporate Prayer P2

    in Christianity

    Matthew 18:19-20 
    "Again I say to you, if two of you agree on earth about anything they ask, it will be done for them by my Father in heaven. For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I among them.”

    Jesus points out the significance of the gathering of "two or more" believers and the power of corporate agreement and corporate unity.  Whatever things the two or more agree on in prayer, it shall be done for them AND His presence is in the midst of them.

    King David understood the power of corporate worship. He strategically implemented 4000 Levite priests to sing and play instruments before the Lord day and night, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. The priests fervently worshipped and adored the Lord with all their strength and might which brought in the presence and the glory of God.

    Before Jesus ascended into heaven, His last instruction to the disciples was to wait for the Promise of the Father and be baptized in the Holy Spirit.  What happened next was a supernatural move of God. As the disciples continued to corporately pray together, in one accord--history was made. A mighty, rushing wind swept across the upper room, tongues of fire sat upon each of them, they all spoke in unknown tongues and they started boldly preaching to the crowds in Jerusalem.

    Corporate prayer and corporate worship, where two or more are gathered together abandoning their earthly desires, in unity and one accord is so very powerful.  Come together with one another corporately in an expectation and with a heart yearning and longing for His presence and your life will be forever changed for eternity. 



     


     

  • 00:31

    Real Mom Fears - We All Have Them

    in Moms and Family

    Motherhood is no joke.  Nothing can prepare you for it; it’s simply life changing.  So of course it comes with fears, real mom fears – we all have them.


    Fears vary depending on what stage of motherhood we are in and depending on our personality. In this episode of our podcast, Claudia and I discuss some real mom fears.  We know you have some of your own and we don’t want you to ever feel like you are alone in your mom fears.  We may not have solutions for them, but sometimes it’s comforting to just have a community of mothers who understand you.


    Please take a minute to leave us a rating and review.  It helps us grow and helps us know how to help more mothers out there.  Not to mention, the good reviews are really motivating :)


    Please visit us at our blog at http://www.everythingsahm.net/

  • 00:32

    Teaching Gratitude with The Sneaky Mom Kas Winters

    in Women

    "Simple Ways To Teach Gratitude to Children."


    Children who learn to reach out and help others are more aware of what they DO have! Often, this knowledge alone makes them more grateful. Parents, there are many ways to model "thanksgiving" and encourage it in their children as kids grow to be adults. Kas Winters, The Sneaky Mom, shares simple ways to create a feeling of thanks on November 5th at 1pmEST here on Word of Mom Radio.


    Kas is part of our fabulous rotating Wednesday platform of shows and knows that children learn best when they think they are playing, so we can look forward to creative ways to foster the attitude of gratitude in our kids. You can find great activities and ideas for you and your family at Everything Family.net.


    Thanks to our show sponsor Elissa and Debi over at If Not You, Who.org and hosts of Productive Play. Meet them and all of our sponsors in our Mompreneur Marketplace on our website.


     

  • 01:02

    George Dvorsky A Man and His Music with Dori DeCarlo on Word of Mom Radio

    in Entertainment

    On a special day I am stepping out of the box and bringing a fabulous entertainer, George Dvorsky to Word of Mom Radio. I have had the pleasure of seeing George perform at the Westchester Broadway Theatre in their current production of South Pacific, in the role of Emile deBeque, and knew I wanted to share him here!  Join us on Monday, November 10th at 10amPT/1pmET and live on your time in archive, and enjoy some music from his CD's and more importantly, find out about the life of a working actor.


    We are going to be sharing some of the songs from his CD's including "Long Ago, Far Away", "I Wish I Could Forget You", "There But For You" and more. Our lines are going to be open so give us a call at 646 595 3163 and be part of the conversation. You can find out George's extensive history in theatre on his website www.georgedvorsky.net. For those of you in the NY area, you can see him in South Pacific through January - visit www.broadwaytheatre.com for ticket information.


    Be sure to take a moment to connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ and email dori@wordofmomradio.com with questions, comments and for information on how to share here on Word of Mom Radio.


     


     


     


     

  • 00:30

    'Tis the Corporate Giving Season

    in Business

    Corporations and those who lead them have become the strong and vital patrons of our culture.  They sponsor and advocate for our arts, education, hospitals, and our environment.  Our community charities depend on our businesses, and our businesses depend on a good relationship with their community.  This week host Bart Jackson invites Thomas Bakewell, author of Claiming Your Place at the Boardroom Table, to discuss how business people may plan charitable strategies that create a win-win for both givers and recipients.  It's all part of being a good corporate neighbor, and now, in this season of generosity, 'tis time to take pause and consider the best ways to use our resources for the benefit of all.  As always, those who give and those given unto are each bless the other.

  • 02:00

    The Real Teen Mom Talk Live: Episode 47 - What is Jenelle so Worried About?

    in Television

    Check out our website at www.therealteenmomtalk.com for news and exclusive interviews with the casts of Teen Mom, Teen Mom 2, Teen Mom 3, and 16 and Pregnant!


     


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  • 01:08

    Are You A Corporate Mom Dropout?

    in Women

    Does the thought of leaving your newborn home to
    work over 40 hours a week cause anxiety?  Do you
    feel like you're worth more than your 9-5? Are you
    tired of making money for someone else?...
    you are not alone. Introducing…Corporate Mom Dropouts: Trading
    In The Life sentence For A Profitable Lifestyle

  • 01:02

    Single Mom Sage Hour ~ Custody Wars ~ From A Lawyer's Perspective

    in Moms and Family

    Let's continue our Custody Wars conversation and get a lawyer's perspective. How do we prevent custody wars? What do we do if we are already in a custody war?


    Christina R. Kirk is a native of Nashville, TN. After dropping out of high school due to illness and attaining a GED, Christina earned a Bachelor’s of Arts from historic Fisk University in 2001. She attained her Juris Doctorate from University of Tulsa, School of Law in December of 2003. Christina was admitted to the Oklahoma Bar in 2004. For the last 10 years, Christina has practiced family and special education law determined to zealously advocate for families, especially the judicial voiceless – the child. In May 2014, Christina was sworn in as the Municipal Court Judge for Langston, Oklahoma.


    Christina is also dedicated to youth. She is the proud troop leader of the Divas of Girl Scouts Troop 17. She speaks all over, encouraging youth about importance of education. In dedication to her mentor, Dr. Pitts, Christina founded Prep U in 2009 to encourage and support young ladies to a life of good success. In 2013 with the help of Steve Harvey, Christina honored her mentor and shared her story of inspiration and overcoming obstacles on the Steve Harvey Show launching her to a national platform for youth education and strengthen families.


    Christina, now a single mom, and her 15 year old daughter, Déja co-authored a self-esteem building workbook for adolescents entitled, Developing DIVAs – Young Ladies Divinely Investigating their Vision in Advance. 

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