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Welcome to The Table Talk Radio Show your forum from politics to religion... educations, reality tv, relationships, interviews and more. Table Talk is your Go To resource to simply TALK IT OUT
Host: Tanisha Simpkins
Co Hosts: Pastor George A. Rich and Minister Lawanda Jones
Our guest Artist Dewayne Woods http://dewaynewoods.rocks/
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We are excited to talk with DeWayne Woods, Stellar Award Winning, Dove Nominated Artist.
Launch of new project Life Lessons on 2.3.15
What makes this album so special
What have we learned from our life lessons
Relationship 204: The lesson of letting go
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Over the last few years I’ve experienced extreme ups and downs with life, depression, disappointment with my career and even the feeling of being left behind,” confesses urban inspirational vocalist DeWayne Woods who burst on to the music scene in a big way with his 2006 Top 5 radio smash “Let Go” that was written and produced by Maroon 5’s P.J. Morton. The song spent a solid year on various Billboard Magazine singles charts and won him three Stellar Awards including Best New Artist of the Year. After other radio hits such as “Living on the Top” and “I Won’t Be Afraid,” things quieted down for the Kansas City native and that brings us to the themes that echo throughout Woods’ first CD in four years, “Life Lessons” (Soul Therapy/ Central South Distribution). “When my manager and I started receiving music from songwriters, I always made sure that the songs we chose reflected some part of my life. I believe that’s why `Let Go’ was so special, because I lived it. As the record started to build and we worked with the writers about certain things I wanted to express, I realized it became a teaching record full of lessons that I’ve learned over the years. I’ve gone through these experiences not just for me, but to help someone who may be experiencing the same things.”
I had broken dreams; I was so full of pain
But then You came and now I’ll never be the same again
I had tried it all and I wanted to change
And right then you came and now I’ll never be the same again
Whether it’s a new relationship or a renewed sense of faith, many people have been in a similar situation as the one described in the engaging song “Never Be The Same Again.” Much of this thought-provoking Urban Inspirational album revolves around the notions of comfort and hope. There’s
When Jeannette Davidson-Mayer’s husband, DeWayne, had five brain injuries - the result of his active duty in Iraq - Jeannette became his caregiver. To combat this 24-hour job, Jeannette redesigned her kitchen to become the family’s “Central Command Post." Jeannette will discuss how she, DeWayne, and their daughter make this system work for them.
Every TBI survivor and caregiver has encountered a fork in the road that has diverted his or her life-plan. A car accident, a fall from the roof, doing one more chin-up, an IED blast, or a door literally slamming one in the face are just some causes of traumatic brain injury. College, walking down the aisle in the perfect dress, or the coveted job quickly slips from reality as dreams turn to struggle. These unexpected life-happenings that divert one from his or her chosen path in life can be devastating.
But as Yogi Berra once said, “If you come to a fork in the road, take it.” Life is all about choices!
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IF you missed it, It was a GREAT show and we plan to bring back the 'Special' Guest Deacon to continue the conversation with a twist of an older caller, Dewayne!! They will give the younger versus older man's opinion on this subject. You do not want to miss this. Really, you don't.
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Meet Dewayne King on of the workshop leader's to speak at the 7th Nashville Women's Empowerment Workshop to be held on Saturday, May 31, 2014 at the Nashville Entrepreneur Center. Visit www.nashvillewomensempowerment.com
Dewayne King joined Fifth Third Bank in December 2009. He is currently a Vice President and Regional Manager for the Fifth Third Bank – Tennessee Affiliate. In his previous role with the bank, Dewayne served as the Retail Small Business Director. Prior to joining Fifth Third Bank, Dewayne was a Vice President and District Sales Manager with HSBC and has over twenty years of experience in the financial services industry. During his free time, Dewayne mentors student athletes and has recently published his first book, “Control Your Destiny – A Practical guide to Success for Today’s Student Athletes.” Dewayne is a graduate of Mississippi State University and received his BBA degree in marketing.
At the top of the hour author Selena Haskins stops by Conversations LIVE to talk about her literary journey and the book A RIVER MOVES FORWARD. Then at 30 min. past the hour Webb talks with writer and director Dewayne Wilkerson about his path to success and how he is using his life as an example of what is possible.
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Host Cyrus Webb welcomes back the Princess of Gospel Angela Spivey to Conversations LIVE along with Pastor DeWayne Harvey, Presdient of Innovative Records to Conversations LIVE. Spivey will be talking about her ministry of music and introducing her single I WANT TO BE READY.