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  • 00:47

    Marriage God's Way with Pastors Gerald and Angela Dolphus

    in Religion

    "Marriage Gods Way" with Pastors Gerald and Angela Dolphus The uncut truth to Marital bliss. Claim your marriage back!

  • 00:46

    Marriage God's Way with Pastors Gerald and Angela Dolphus

    in Religion

    "Marriage Gods Way" with Pastors Gerald and Angela Dolphus The uncut truth to Marital bliss. Claim your marriage back!

  • 00:46

    Marriage God's Way with Pastor's Gerald and Angela Dolphus

    in Religion

    "Marriage Gods Way" with Pastors Gerald and Angela Dolphus The uncut truth to Marital bliss. Claim your marriage back!

  • 00:48

    AUTHOR: Dolphus Weary

    in Business

    Join me in a lively discussion as I speak with Dolphus Weary, DMin about his latest novel, Crossing the Tracks.
    ABOUT THE BOOK
     
    An inspiring story of how God called one man to “go back and make a difference”

    Dolphus Weary knows from personal experience just how harmful racial division can be. Growing up in rural Mississippi, he learned that if poverty, hunger, and disease didn’t kill him, racism, bigotry, or the Klan just might. So when a college basketball scholarship gave him the opportunity to get away from the broken, racially divided city of Mendenhall, he jumped at the chance. But he couldn’t outrun racism.

    Eventually God called him back to his hometown--to the city where the railroad tracks not only separate economic classes but also represent a divide in the church. Believing that prejudice is ultimately a spiritual issue, Weary went back to Mississippi and worked to break down racial divides and promote productive dialogue, greater understanding, and ultimately racial reconciliation. The founder and part-time president of R.E.A.L. (Rural Education and Leadership) Christian Foundation, Weary helps ministries and communities realize that a “kingdom mentality” is possible only when we stop limiting God’s work to a denomination or racial group.

    Crossing the Tracks offers an insider’s look at Weary’s life and experiences. It recounts both the heartbreaking and victorious events that helped him overcome the odds. Profoundly honest and never more timely, this book encourages Christians to partner together to turn the ugly legacy of racism wherever it is found into a beautiful community of hope.

  • 00:30

    Marriage God's Way with Pastors Gerald and Angela Dolphus

    in Religion

    "Marriage God's Way" with Pastors Gerald and Angela Dolphus
    The uncut truth to Marital bliss.  Claim your marriage back!

  • 01:30

    Man, Oh Man, the Stories Men Tell

    in Writing

    Men too have stories. And they write them. Two writing brothas, one seasoned, the other emerging, share their passion for the pen, fears, and hopes and dreams. 


    Dolphus Cue, a self-taught writer, set out to teach himself how to write the same year Richard Nixon resigned the Presidency. He started at zero and labored for years. Then his fear and a lack of confidence led him to give up on his dream of ever becoming an author. Then in 2000, as Dolphus Cue demolished an old rusty shed in his boyhood home in the rubble, he discovered a water-stained cardboard box with his name on it. He couldn't recall how that box got there, but the moment he lifted the lid he recognized the remnants of a dream deferred. The box contained the bulk of Cue’s early efforts at writings. As he leafed through the pages he made a decision: he would try it again; he would publish everything in that cardboard box, or die trying. Well, I've had the pleasure of editing God, Blackie and Me, a story from that cardboard box, and it left me in awe.


    Darren Mitchell, who graduated from Morgan State University w/a B.S. in Finance and purchased his FIRST home in east Baltimore last December, thought by the time he turned thirty he would have had it all figured out.  “And man, was that far from the truth,” he said.  It seemed as if for every good decision he made three bad ones followed.  He was not living a meaningful or purposeful life.  Something had to change or he’d continue on a downward spiral of living someone else’s dream. 


    Darren's Blog, www.Intrinsic-living.com, is about living a life that is true to oneself.  


    She Struts Radio w/DeBora M. Ricks, Thursday, 10/22/15, 6:30pm ET. 


    Visit me at www.DeBoraRicks.com

  • 01:00

    Marriage God's Way with Pastors Gerald and Angela Dolphus

    in Religion

    "Marriage Gods Way" with Pastors Gerald and Angela Dolphus The uncut truth to Marital bliss. Claim your marriage back!

  • 00:46

    Marriage God's Way with Pastors Gerald and Angela Dolphus

    in Religion

    "Marriage Gods Way" with Pastors Gerald and Angela Dolphus The uncut truth to Marital bliss. Claim your marriage back!
    This is a paid radio show supported by our listeners and the GTD World Ministries Covenant Partners. If this show has been a blessing to you, consider sowing a seed to help us continue giving to marriages everywhere.
    To sow your seed, logon to: http://www.gtdworldministries.org/gtdworldministries/tithes_offering_donations
    Thanks and God bless.
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  • 00:52

    Marriage God's Way with Pastors Gerald and Angela Dolphus

    in Religion

    "Marriage Gods Way" with Pastors Gerald and Angela Dolphus The uncut truth to Marital bliss. Claim your marriage back!
    This is a paid radio show supported by our listeners and the GTD World Ministries Covenant Partners. If this show has been a blessing to you, consider sowing a seed to help us continue giving to marriages everywhere.
    To sow your seed, logon to: http://www.gtdworldministries.org/gtdworldministries/tithes_offering_donations
    Thanks and God bless.
    YOUR RADIO HOSTS.

  • 00:14

    Hal Wiggins on Rachel Alexandra and her legacy

    in Sports

    Before Rachel Alexandra went on to defeat males in the Preakness, Haskell, and Woodward Stakes as a three-year-old filly in 2009, Hal Wiggins had trained her to record-setting Kentucky Oaks glory for her breeder Dolphus Morrison. Wiggins is now retired from racing and living in Texas away from the racetrack but still takes a keen interest in Rachel Alexandra and her offspring who both won races this summer at Saratoga Race Course with Rachel's Valentina doing something not even Rachel Alexandra did: Win a Grade 1 race as a two-year-old!

  • 00:38

    Evening with Ella and Dolphus Weary -Crossing the Tracks

    in Books

    Crossing the Tracks by Dolphus Weary
    An inspiring story of how God called one man to “go back and make a difference” Dolphus Weary knows from personal experience just how harmful racial division can be. Growing up in rural Mississippi, he learned that if poverty, hunger, and disease didn’t kill him, racism, bigotry, or the Klan just might. So when a college basketball scholarship gave him the opportunity to get away from the broken, racially divided city of Mendenhall, he jumped at the chance. But he couldn’t outrun racism. The founder and part-time president of R.E.A.L. (Rural Education and Leadership) Christian Foundation, Weary helps ministries and communities realize that a “kingdom mentality” is possible only when we stop limiting God’s work to a denomination or racial group. Crossing the Tracks offers an insider’s look at Weary’s life and experiences. It recounts both the heartbreaking and victorious events that helped him overcome the odds. Profoundly honest and never more timely, this book encourages Christians to partner together to turn the ugly legacy of racism wherever it is found into a beautiful community of hope.
    Purchase the Book Online at:Amazon.com BarnesandNoble.com

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