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Join in on this very common topic "Domestic Violence" this is Domestic Violence awarness month. Hear the cast of surivors singer/songwriter Rose Gold and Tia from Glamm Starr. This show will make you laugh, cry, and enlighten those who are in need of help. TUNE IN. PRESS PLAY and most of all SHARE.
Ep.45: First Lady Connie McDonald - "Beaten But Not Defeated" Survivor & Author
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Join the Warrior Sisters World Changers for another exciting episode of the Southern Warrior Sister Tribe Radio Show, Saturday, November 21st at 9:00AM (Central) as our specail guest will be none other than, First Lady Connie E. McDonald. Connie will be sharing her story of Survival and offering hope to those in need. She will lift the veil on her own life so that others can be blessed, healed, delivered and set free from the plague of Domestic Violence.
Connie is an author, minister, poet, and the "First Lady" of King Solomon Missionary Baptist Church in North Nashville. She received her license on September 28, 2008 as a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ at Seed of Abraham Ministries by her husband and Pastor Montagne McDonald.
Her personal mission in life is to encourage women to be ladies, to not accept anything less than what God has promised them, and to encourage women and let them know that they have a voice. In 2008, Connie was inspired to write her personal testimony in book form entitled it “Beaten but Not Defeated.” This book tells the story of how she not only lived through domestic violence, but was able to overcome it and leave with her life.
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Ep.42 Heart & Soul: A Survivor's Story - Chelsey-Marie Dobson Hamley
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As we come to the close of Domestic Violence Awareness Month (October), we wanted to really lift the veil on this subject and continue to expose the secrecy behind it. Most Domestic Violence victims don't want anyone to know they are going through it, so they allow the stigma of guilt and shame to shroud them. There are many faces of Domestic Violence, including our very own Princess Fumi Hancock and myself, Marlas Triplett Sells. We are now seeing an increase in the number of Men who are victims as well. Domestic Violence is not a gender-specific topic any longer.
On this week's episode, we have invited Chelsey-Marie Dobson Hamley to share her story of survival with us. She is no longer a victim, but she is a true Survivor. Chelsey is a mom, an aspiring singer and she's on the verge of completing her GED. Chelsey's story is not unlike the countless stories we've heard before or even shared ourselves. But Chelsey has a tenacity and determination that you will find refreshing. She is finding her voice again. Her heart is to share her story to help others now.
Please join us for another exciting episode of The Southern Warrior Sister Tribe Radio Show hosted by Princess Fumi Hancock, Marlas Triplett Sells and Maxine Holt Donaldson. You won't want to miss it.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness month. We will honor Minister Pamela Andrews who knows all too well the dysfunction, pain, & torment of Domestic Violence. She will share her experiences and her journey to healing and being made whole. Her transparency will help other women find the strength to break free from the clutches of abuse. If you feel that you are in a abusive relationship and would like to seek help / advice please contact the National Abuse Hotline @ 1.800.799.7233. In Panama City, Florida the Salvation Army's Domestic Violence Program will help you while your identity and information remain confidential... 850.763.0706.
Good Deeds presents Author, entrepreneur and Leader Joyce Reed- REAL TALK ABOUT ALL FORMS VIOLENCE!
In the early 80's a young girl was born into a family that left her heartless, helpless and emotionless allowing her to always fin for herself; alone and barely loved. She grew up and experienced so many things that eventually allowed her to learn, forgive, forget and grow. Sharing my story to touch hearts of others that can relate to struggle, life's disappointments, abuse, deaths, and or betrayal; and come out with a positive attitude.
Using the words I recorded in journals and notebooks I kept as a young girl, I now bare my soul within these pages by sharing my truth. I share my personal struggles with the world to help others and give them the support and love I never felt as a young girl. I don’t want anyone to ever feel, what I felt growing up, but in my years of healing I realize that I am certainly not the only one. It was a lot of hurt and pain but there are ways to get through it, to do more than just survive. Reclaim your worth, your dignity, your SELF. He will see you through it, and He will put people in your path that will help along the way.
I am sharing my story with you, so others, who have judged me without knowing the silent pain that I carried, will finally understand. “Never judge a book by its cover, first open it and read it.” So as the Bible says, I am making it plain, and writing it on tablets--making my life that open book; a book that includes a vision of hope, faith and victory that many desire, but few have claimed.
At the end of my story, you will have cried, laughed, had chills or even gotten upset, feel hurt or feel loved. But at the very end of it all I want you to take my words, then write your own story, or rewrite your story with a new path of healing, love, and faith.
What are the long term affects on children who are exposed to domestic violence and abuse? What is the cost to the local and national community when a child is abused, neglected and mistreated? How are adverse childhood experiences (ACE) contributing to long term illness and the quality of life for individuals in the United States. This and more as Dr. Patty interviews Maureen McKeon, Vice President of External Affairs for Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina.
7:30 am Eastern: "Morning Coffee," host Dr. Patty Fitzhugh:
Grab a cuppa joe for your body, while Dr. Patty's inspirational messages fire-up your mind!
Good Deeds presents Kelley Porter-a victorious leader and expert on overcoming all forms of abuse, avoiding toxic relationships and the art of forgiveness, Kelley Porter is an Author, Speaker, Life Coach and Child Abuse and Domestic Violence Victim’s Advocate. Kelley is the prototype of what happiness is after thirty years of abuse, toxic relationships and uncertainties. Her purpose is to empower and inspire all victims, survivors and individuals to develop a forgiving heart, stand in their truth and live in their passion. Her intense, transparent and authentic style of speaking will empower anyone to self-reflect and correct behaviors that may hinder them from living a healthy and non-toxic lifestyle.
Kelley -first book, Perfectly Planned which is about overcoming Incest, Rape & Sexual Abuse is not only inspirational and empowering it is an amazing memoir that will provide hope for the abused,
knowledge for the unaware and strength for the survivors.
In 2013 Kelley started NFP organization titled Voice of Champions. Their mission was to empower abuse victims and survivors to stand up and speak out via the use of a concrete platform. Kelley succeeded in empowering numerous individuals to share stories that have never been shared with anyone. Kelley’s Coaching & Consulting’s new mission and vision will focus on assisting and empowering clients to break free from the generational curse of abuse, stop living as a victim, avoid toxic relationships, walk in forgiveness and live in their
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Rhonda Thompson began this journey of domestic violence work in 1997 when she realized that she was free from abuse. Her first encounter with serving women and children was at the Sojourner Truth House in Milwaukee, WI. While working the crisis line at Sojourner Truth she was driving home after personally escaping a woman with three children from a domestic violence incident and transporting them to Racine, WI on the Greyhound. This is when she felt that she needed to do more. Mrs. Thompson ignored the calling for 15 yrs. until she couldn't any longer. As a woman who survived and understood the many forms of domestic violence including sexual abuse she founded Rose of Sharon Transitional Living for Women Inc. in February 2012.
Speak Life Radio ~ Domestic Violence Awareness Month Pt2
Blessings beautiful family and welcome back to another amazing show! October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. We do our part by dedicating the whole month to spreading awareness and providing prevention resources. Domestic Violence or any violence for that matter is a horrible thing that is destroying many lives and tearing our families and communities apart. We have two awesome guests tonight sharing their stories plus what they are doing now to help #StopTheSience on #DomesticViolence. Our first guest is Lisa Halls who is a single mother of 4, soon to be author and speaker. Her mission is to bring HOPE to those who are suffering and have suffered from Domestic Violence. She is the voice that others are afraid to use. Our next guest is Cassandra Greene who is the Founder of two outreach ministries, W.O.W.W.W/W.I.T.N.E.S.S. She has been in ministry for over 25 years. Cassandra conducts workshops, retreats and seminars on Domestic Violence, Relationships, and Communication. She received the 2009 NAACP Award and has received several recognitions for her work in the community. Cassandra is currently working on adapting three books into plays and screenplays. Please join us plus invite others as well!
THIS IS A LIVE SHOW WITH #MSANGELONDECK# AND SPECIAL GUEST "PREACHERS OF LA MOTHER OF GOSPEL RECORDING ARTIST #DEITRICKHADDON# PROPHETESS JOYCE HADDON"...YOU WILL HEAR HER SHARE HER POWERFUL TESTIMONY ON #DOMESTICVIOLENCE# AT 6PM EASTERN, 5PM CENTRAL AND 3PM PACIFIC TIME...917-889-7095 IS CALLIN NUMBER...GOD BLESS U
Join us as special guest, Jaqwon Jefferson of Alpha Gamma Xi Military Sorority and My Diva DeZigns, shares her Xena story. Mrs Jefferson is from Port Gibson, MS but currently resides in Killeen, TX. Like most people in Killeen, it was the military that brought her to Killeen. She served 5 years on active duty in the Army. After her enlistment, she went back to school to pursue her degree in Logistics Management. She then opened her own business, called My Diva DeZigns, which sells women’s shoes and accessories. While searching for a way to give back to military women who have served their country, she came across Alpha Gamma Xi Military Sorority and now serves as the South Regional Director for that organization. Mrs Jefferson is also the Lead Program Advocate for their SWANS Initiative. SWANS, Supporting Women And Nurturing Survivors, Outreach program caters to women who have experienced domestic violence and/or sexual assault. This is an initiative near and dear to her heart because she is a domestic violence survivor. "No matter what happens on this journey called life; you are beautiful. You are enough. You are amazing. No one and nothing can take that away from you." contact Jaqwon on her web site: www.mydivadezigns.com. "My medicine can be your medicine. Your medicine can be my medicine." Learn more about and support the sorority at www.alphagammaxi.org.
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