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Theme Transformation Via Gardening with a man name Pearl& George Washington Carver. Our Guest Mr. Pearl, www.pearlfryar.com & co -Host Victor Holliday as we also pay Homage to George washington Carver two Great men who took something that was nothing to others and found ways of using it to make a differnce in all our lives . This is Black History month so please join and be a part of Celebrating one another. Thanks for joining Love Vanda Maria Guzman
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The letter to the Sultan of Morocco, from President George Washington is one of the Documents of American History that clearly indicate the newly formed “United States of America” corporation, under the first Masonic President, George Washington, that was subordinate to and dwelling on the dominions of the Moroccan Empire. Anything other than that holds no standing, as to why George Washington would write a letter as such to the Sultan of Morocco. It indicates without contradiction that the Moors were in the superior position, that George Washington was the newly appointed – not elected President of the United States of America Corporation - in the North (Al Moroccan) American Continent, under the rule and Dominion of the Sultan of Morocco.
Actor Denzel Washington spoke to the graduating class of New Orleans’ Dillard University and imparted some very important words of wisdom – but it all starts with putting God first. “Number one: Put God first. Put God first in every thing you do. Everything that you think you see in me, everything that I have accomplished, everything that you think I have, and I have a few things, everything that I have is by the grace of God,” Wow so refreshing to hear a seasoned hollywood actor give tribute to the source of his success! We will look at this and other pressing issues tonight on the Urban Prophet.
George Najjar, Founder and CEO of Boresha International hosts this monthly show. George interviews the top performers from Boresha’s Customer and Distributor Referral Programs. On this show, these top producers share how they're building their businesses and insights that will help you grow YOUR Boresha business. Boresha is about sharing, caring and growing. Join us here the second Tuesday of each month, 3:00 pm PST/6:00 pm EST, to celebrate with and learn from them.
Check out tomorrow's interview with Isaiah Washington hosted by Ms. Lawrence the founder of Exposure Magazine and Celebrity Publicist
By Isaiah Washington
Actor and activist Isaiah Washington writes about the Baltimore uprising, his film ‘Blackbird,’ and the issues he finds most troubling with society’s stance on race.
The world associates the word black with bad.
The synonym for white is “good,” while the synonym for black is “bad.”
That is why I say I’m done being black. I’m African American. I have a proud heritage and proud ancestry—not unlike Chinese, Irish, El Salvadorian, English—and that’s not getting promoted. It hurts.
At first look, you may not see the connection between the three pieces of content I want to share with you below: an interview about the Baltimore uprising and Black Lives Matter, the marketing campaign behind my pro-LGBT film Blackbird, and a masterfully crafted op-ed by a black lesbian by the name of Danielle Moodie-Mills.
Read more http://exposure-magazine.com/isaiah-washington-coming-to-exposure-magazines-june-issue-the-address/
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I first heard Theo Androus back in 2003. The Catholic Herald shares a little about Theo:
On a Wednesday evening in 1999, the slightly built Androus took a shot at goal in a coed soccer game in Alexandria, but never saw the 6-foot 3-inch, 240-lb goalie who crashed into him. The impact shattered two bones beneath Androus’ knee into six pieces, causing "unbelievable pain," he recalled. He was taken to INOVA Alexandria Hospital where surgeons stabilized the fracture, inserting a titanium rod through the center of his tibia. Androus spent a month in bed and three months in a wheelchair recovering from the injury.
Androus, who wore leg braces as a child to correct a congenital condition and survived a head-on car crash on the George Washington Parkway in 1989, said he had to set a goal for himself in order to get well. His goal was running the 2000 Marine Corps Marathon.
"Life is about making choices," Androus told the assembly. As an Ireton student, he didn’t see the point of studying geometry or trigonometry and remembers begging math teacher Richard Bulcavage for a C, but publicly thanked him last week for giving him a D, the grade he deserved. Androus said he regretted never having had the chance to thank the late Coach James McGrath for his influence. "You have people here who care so much about you," Androus said."
Learn more about Theo at https://www.gitomer.com/seminars/Gitomer-Certified-Speakers/Theo-Androus.html
This week’s podcast comes courtesy of a blog posted by a young man studying at The Princeton Theological Seminary. He asks the question which titles our podcast: How Would Jesus Date? Intriguing to me. Even better are the thoughts he shares with us. Thank you, John Paul Cooke for sharing these thoughts and allowing me to use them in this podcast.
Born in Alabama, I was a gypsy for much of my life. I’ve been privileged to live in amazing places from Washington, D.C. to Orlando, FL, and even Minot N.D! I now make my home in the Chattanooga, TN area. I came here in 2000, and with the exception of a short sojourn away due to family responsibilities, this has become my adopted home town. (Check it out here.)
I have been a communicator all my life. Starting with theater in high-school and college, I have worked with people through sales and sales management or customer service positions for my entire professional life.
I am married with one son and a step-daughter and two granddaughters and a grandson on the way!
TUESDAY ON THE SPIRIT ALIVE MINISTRIES NETWORK
Tuesday Teaching With Pastor Lester Carver
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Join our Director of Education Pastor Lester Carver as he shares biblical principals that will help you to transform every area of your life. This architect by profession, is also a builder of the human spirit, because he teaches God's word in way that brings about real deliverance in the hearts of men.