• 00:34

    #AnIndependentScotland? #DomesticViolence #EbolaUpdates

    in Entertainment

    Rounding off the weekend with Sunday, DB will discuss the domestic violence and abuse charges given to the NFL players recently, as well as updates of the Ebola outbreak and Scotland voting for independence from the UK.  Will Great Britain remain "great" without Scotland?

  • 00:32

    Spotlight Interview- Pastor Ketrenea Owens

    in Spirituality

    We will discuss her new book Battered Bruised but not Broken.

  • 00:16

    WE ARE "MARY SPEARS"

    in Entertainment

    Mary "Unique" Spears of Detroit, MI was killed a month ago, and it's still baffling as to why this beautiful girl isn't here living her life; kissing, holding and hugging her children.


    Known to friends and family as “Unique,” the 27 year-old mother had recently left the funeral of another family member and decided to celebrate his life at a cabaret located on Detroit's east side.


    It was there that a 38-year-old man approached her asking for her name and number. Mary politely responded that she was already involved.


    Around 2 a.m., Mary proceeded to leave the event, the suspect grabbed her and hit her prompting her fiancé, who was also at the event, to confront him at which point the suspect pulled out a gun and began shooting.


    In the event, "Unique" was shot and killed. She leaves behind 3 beautiful boys and a host of people around the world who are affected by her senseless death.


    We are Mary Spears. We have EVERY right to say "yes or no" to ANYONE who has an interest in us.

  • 00:57

    Time with Tinnie: Love Does Not Hurt

    in Lifestyle

    What is love and why does people seem to think that love should hurt? There are so many different reasons. Tonight, Valerie Williams and I will be discussing why Love Does NOT Hurt. Valerie Williams is a woman on a mission. Her mission is to empower people to understand that domestic violence is not the way. Using her own personal story, she captures the attention of the individuals listening and forces their spirit to second guess how they perceive domestic violence. I am speaking from personal experience. I had the pleasure of hearing her story and meeting her and just being in awe of her courage. Tonights show is dedicated to those who have lost their lives to domestic violence and those who are in a domestic violence situation. 


    Trust me you do not want to miss this show. 

  • 00:34

    Author/ Entrepreneur /Leader Joyce Reed stops by Good Deeds w/ Dr. Renee Sunday

    in Motivation

    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. 

  • 00:46

    Arise! For Life- Domestic Violence Awareness with recording artist Marcos

    in Religion

    Domestic violence thrives when we are silent; but if we take a stand and work together, we can end domestic violence. Throughout the month of October, help NNEDV to raise awareness about domestic violence and join in our efforts to end violence.  Here is what you can do:



    Wear purple -- the color of Domestic Violence Awareness Month -- during the month of October and use this as a way to tell others why ending domestic violence is important to you. 
    Participate in 2014's Week of Action October 20-24, 2014!
    Around the world, at least one in every three women has been beaten, coerced into sex or otherwise abused during her lifetime. Most often, the abuser is a member of her own family.
    Domestic violence is the leading cause of injury to women—more than car accidents, muggings, and rapes combined.



    Studies suggest that up to 10 million children witness some form of domestic violence annually.



    Nearly 1 in 5 teenage girls who have been in a relationship said a boyfriend threatened violence or self-harm if presented with a breakup.



    Everyday in the US, more than three women are murdered by their husbands or boyfriends.



    Ninety-two percent of women surveyed listed reducing domestic violence and sexual assault as their top concern.

  • 00:19

    Spirit Alive Network- Domestic Violence Awareness

    in Religion

    Today Dr. Lila Robinson discusses Domestic Violence with Awareness Activist who will be hosting an event in Charleston TN Bradley County upcoming Next Saturday.  The event will bring awareness to over 2000 individuals.



    Every 9 seconds in the US a woman is assaulted or beaten.



    Around the world, at least one in every three women has been beaten, coerced into sex or otherwise abused during her lifetime. Most often, the abuser is a member of her own family.



    Domestic violence is the leading cause of injury to women—more than car accidents, muggings, and rapes combined.



    Studies suggest that up to 10 million children witness some form of domestic violence annually.



    Nearly 1 in 5 teenage girls who have been in a relationship said a boyfriend threatened violence or self-harm if presented with a breakup.



    Everyday in the US, more than three women are murdered by their husbands or boyfriends.



    Ninety-two percent of women surveyed listed reducing domestic violence and sexual assault as their top concern.



    Domestic violence victims lose nearly 8 million days of paid work per year in the US alone—the equivalent of 32,000 full-time jobs.

  • 02:11

    Thankful Blessings: What Are You Thankful for? Cdn Thanksgiving & Your Say...

    in Religion

    The Pastor J. Rouse Show Live On Air, Wright On Point Hot Topics, The Discussion and so much more....


    -  Thankful Blessings:  A Canadian Thanksgiving & Thankful Testimonies;


    -  Some of your Discussion and Wright On Point Hot Topic statements, opinions and thoughts;


    -  October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month;


    -  October is also Think Pink/Breast Canada Awareness Month; and


    -  October is Clergy/Pastor Appreciation Month;


    -  What is your testimony?  What are you thankful for? What have you overcome?  What are you overcoming?  Share your testimony and bless someone else who may be going through... (949) 203-4735.


    We always want to hear from you! Have your say! Email us at rouseministriesbroadcasting@gmail.com or pastorjrouseshow@gmail.com, message us on Facebook at Rouse Ministries Broadcasting & Communications or The Pastor J. Rouse Show, connect with us on Twitter @ pastorrouseshow or you can call in to have your say during the show while live on air at (949) 203-4735.


    We're covering a covering under God - Live on The Pastor J. Rouse Show...


    - More new Music;- International Events and Happenings; - Birthday Shout Outs, Church Shout Outs, Special Anniversary Shout Outs, Upcoming Rouse Ministries Events, International Christian Events and Happenings and much much more.....

  • 01:43

    News Feature: #TimetoPray! #NewMediaAlternative| Ta'Wand, shares national news

    in Self Help

    We encourage you to visit & like our brand new FB Page: Angel Peer Support Ministries, LLC {privately funded charity for #thepoor}


    !!!Ave Maria!!! News Feature: #TimetoPray! New Media Alternative| Ta'Wand, shares national news headlines... Speaks to: #FreeSimmons, #ESPN, #NFLCoverUp, #DomesticViolence, #ISIS, #JebBush, #HannahGraham, #BinghamtonCommunityResources #ChelseaClintonbaby, #JackMa, #Alibaba, Urges the #BlackMale to return home & take care of his offspring; #Fatherless Homes, #USGovernment, #FreedomofSpeech & sends a loving message to her friend: Poet Mr. Timothy W. Strange  aka #Whiz. This broadcast is action packed! Many thanks for your support!


    Please send your important prayer request(s) to Ta'Wand via email: tawandallen@gmail.com. She will personally receive, read & pray over each legitimate prayer. Please note: #PrayerRequest in the subject line. Ta'Wand, is also requesting you to keep her covered in prayer as, she endeavors to do the will of our Heavenly Father. Here on Earth as, in Heaven for #thepoor. For God's Glory. Thank you. #Godbless


    You may also connect with Angel Peer Support Ministries via mail:


    Angel Peer Support Ministries, LLC


    c/o Ms. Ta'Wand Allen


    P.O. Box 3288


    Binghamton, NY 13902

  • 00:27

    Mrs. Joyce Kyles, CEO of JP Connections /Founder of alking Into a New Life,Inc

    in Radio

    Mrs. Joyce Kyles, CEO of JP Connections, a web design and writing services company. She is the Founder of Walking Into A New Life, Inc., a nonprofit organization whose mission is to stop domestic violence and help stabilize victims. She is Nationally Credentialed as a certified Domestic Violence Advocate. As a domestic violence victim turned survivor and advocate, the facilitator, speaker, presenter and panelist routinely hosts events designed to educate, inspire and inform communities about the importance of establishing holistic health and wellness, self worth & tangible self sufficiency. She has received a number of awards, nominations & acknowledgments for her efforts as an entrepreneur and advocate, including proclamations from the City of Memphis & Shelby County Mayors, as well as an official letter of support from Congressman Steve Cohen. She works with a number of individuals, businesses and organizations locally, while maintaining national relationships, including Mr. Anthony Porter, international lecturer, author and co-founder of A Call To Men, whose work involves the behaviors of men and domestic violence. In August, 2013, she was asked to participate in the Praxis International Advocacy Learning Academy, an 18th month program providing extensive training and examination of the issues surrounding domestic violence and sexual assault.

  • 00:58

    HOT TOPIC: Domestic Violence in Sports and as a Global Issue

    in Sports

    LIVE! Wednesday, September 24, 9:00 PM EDT


    Domestic Violence Survivors Kimberly Tamsett and Kristen Paruginog will share their own personal experience. They will also weigh in on the ongoing NFL saga and address the global issue of Domestic Violence.


    Kimberly Tamsett is a high school English teacher in North Carolina, she’s a former U.S. Army service member, and a domestic violence victim, but prefers the word survivor. Ms. Tamsett is very passionate about the subject of domestic violence. She believes in prevention, accountability, and healing for all involved. 


    Kristen Paruginog broke her silence against domestic violence when she created a Facebook page entitled, "Break the Silence against Domestic Violence" on December 3, 2011. Upon breaking her silence to the world, Kristen realized millions of men and women have suffered like she had. She didn't realize domestic violence was such a growing epidemic in not just California but in towns worldwide. http://www.breakthesilencedv.org/about-us.html

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