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This week's 'Tangled Topic comes from Melanie, 27, of Panama City, FL who writes: "I'm engaged to such a wonderful man. But of course, there's a problem. Years ago, during my freshman year of college, I met a man who no man has compared to ever since. He was everything I could dream of -- physically, mentally and emotionally. He decided to transfer to a college in Oregon. And sadly, we drifted apart. Two weeks ago at one of my fiance's family gatherings, I saw my lost love. After some quick investigation, I found out he's my fiance's first-cousin. He gave me his business card, but I haven't called him...yet. I haven't been able to keep him off of my mind...even a couple times during sex with my fiance. Our wedding is approaching in a few months, what should I do?"
Tune in to see what our hosts think Melanie should do!
This week's "Tangle or STRANGLE" song comes from Young Ether, a hip hop artist from Fort Myers, FL. The track is called, "Body Down."
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Mercedes Smoak and her fiance Rodlin Gelin join us for an interview about how they have had to overcome Mercedes' history with molestation and abuse in order to arrive at a new place of wholeness in preparation for marriage.
Tasha Phipps is Miss Love 101, teacher, counselor and life coach extraordinaire. She and her sidekick Andre Harrison, author of From a Fatherless Father to his Sons, dole out Passion Tips of the Week and their frankest advice for lovesick twentysomethings. Need some love advice? Send your letters to email@example.com
In this segment I gave some information about some of the potential meanings of seeing a police officer in your dreams. Universally they represent authority and order, but moreso your Conscience. Listen to how Sean "Puffy" Combs approaches a dreamer on an auditorium stage and what it means to get engaged in a dream.
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It's very easy to utter with your mouth that you have faith, that you know you're going to get your hearts desire. The problem, you don't believe what you said. You say it because it sounds good. It makes you think you believe it. But you don't feel it. Your Faith Has Feelings Too is the topic today and also the Title to my next book I am currently working on. Got a faith question call and speak to the host today.
Often times we find ourselves in situations and don't know how we got their. While in the situation we constantly search for a door or window of escape, however, when the door becomes open we fail to walk through it because of fear. Often times when their is a lifeline of help, we won't participate in our own rescue. If this is you, then here is a chance to change.
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Butterfly Evolution welcomes author Aaron Jordan to discuss this hot topic which has flooded the media following the first released video showing former Baltimore Ravens running back, Ray Rice, dragging his wife out of an Atlantic City casino elevator. A second video, released only a few weeks ago, showed the actual punch that left Rice's then fiance, Janay, unconscience. With us also will be two other motivational speakers, Anthony Collins and Trent Williams. Trust me, you don't want to miss what these three fiery men have to say about abuse. Aaron will also be discussing his upcoming event Brooklyn, NY October, 4, 2014. Tune in for more details. Listen online or call (818)691-7406.
If you or anyone you know has experienced the pain of abortion, you will be blessed by the story and subseqent ministery of Inseong Kim, Inseong is the wife of Steven and a mother of three children. God allowed her to remain faithful to serve her family as the most important ministry. It has not been an easy journey in this culture. She was born in South Korea and lived there until she was in her early twenties, at which point, she she was finally able to join her fiance' here in America, and marry him. Inseong is post-abortive, but saved by the grace of God. The love of God was poured out on her and her family. Inseong’s special mission is to address the combination of abortion and legalism that can cause so much damage in us, our families, our church and our nation. The desire of Inseong’s heart is to share the love of Jesus with those who experienced an abortion or any trauma caused by abuse. When truth abounds and grace is shared properly, the fruit of freedom can be found. We are reminded of the more than fifty million babies who are dead, yet we have forgotten the millions of mothers and fathers who are wounded and broken. It is time for us to open our arms to those who are hurting and minister them.
The debate over NFL's suspension of Ray Rice after the video of his physical altercation with his then fiance, now wife, Janay Rice has prompted many public figures to address the issue of domestic violence. When should a couple's private conflict become an issue for public scrutiny? If a couple has a violent fight and chooses to forgive each other, should either one be fired from a job? What should boys be taught as children to prevent violence toward women as adults? What about women who hit men, expecting the men to take it and not hit back? Can we agree on a code of conduct in which no one inflicts physical violence on any one for any reason other than defense of ones life? What about whipping a child? Should parents be judged as abusive if an act of physical punishment leaves marks? Or should parents learn a better way to guide and teach children without the use of physical punishment? How can we evolve into a non-violent society?
This installment of Forbidden Fruit will discuss the hot topic of domestic violence, including the story of Ray Rice and the knockout of his , then fiance, Janay Palmer. Janay blames all their troubles on the media and the public. Should Ray and Janay except some of the blame? Is there enought blame to go around?
Why do women stay in abusive relationships? What part do women play in domestic violence? Do women sometimes bring it on themselves? Is there ever a reason a man should hit a woman? People have picked an emotional side in this, but what are the real numbers?
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A video of football star Ray Rice knocking out his then fiance and now wife in an elevator has gone viral. The country is shocked and outraged by the violence of the act. But we soon learn that there have been 700 arrests of NFL football players in recent years for domestic violnce. The video makes real on a gut level what is normal and moral behavior toward women here and all over the world. We seem already to have fogotten the kidnapping of over 200 school girls in Africa and their fate to be turned into sexual slaves. We hardly know how to respond to reports from a town in Northern England where young girls have also been turned into sexual slaves and raped by older men while the police did nothing to stop or punish the perpetrators. Let's discuss some of the possible reasons that so many men can behave like zombies toward so many women and what could be done to change the current war between the sexes. I will begin with the question: Is God a Man!
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This Sunday's Topic
What exactly is mental illness? Mental illness happens when something in the brain is not working properly, or another way of looking at it, the brain becomes sick. This week's show will discuss mental health, including disorders, addictions and more. We will feature mental health counselor Janet Williams of Rochester, New York to answer your questions to dispell some of the myths circling around mental illness.
We will also discuss Ray Rice's release from the NFL as a result of his violent elevator episode with his then-fiance.
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Social media has been buzzing this week over a newly released video showing ex-NFL player Ray Rice violently striking his then fiance' in an elevator. So, tonight we decided to re-play a show we did on domestic violence. It was one of the most popular shows Center Stage has done, and provided a lot of good information for anyone who currently finds themselves in this situation.