• How much of ourselves we see in our children the good and the bad

    in Family

    Join our discussion as we discuss the good things of ourselves we see in our children.  What we can do the curb the bad and how to improve the good Thursday December 18th at 6:30pm only on SIRA Media Radio

  • 00:32

    Author Joyce Fields stops by Good Deeds With Dr. Renee Sunday

    in Motivation

    Joyce Fields started her career as a stenographer at a major utility company in Detroit, working her way up through supervisor of word processing, then as the office manager for an automotive advertising agency, and, lastly, as an executive assistant at a large non-profit health maintenance organization.  She is also a professional proofreader (one of her clients was eHarmony, the dating service). She wrote her first book, Line of Serenity (a memoir), in 1997.  Being the oldest of seven, in a very happy family, Joyce wanted to capture the way their parents raised them so that the way they did it would not be lost when they all passed on.  The book goes from 1944 (the year Joyce was born) through 1977 and includes family recipes and photographs.  


    Joyce gets her inspiration from living and observing life.  In addition to Line of Serenity, she has written eight other books about relationships (The Best Way to Keep a Man is to Let Him Go [among other things]); parenting (Mother's Dozen:  An Easy Recipe for Raising GREAT Kids!), which is also available in Spanish; children's fiction (Jette Black and Her Seven Friends); children's non-fiction (THE VISION:  Telling Kids That They Can Make the World a Better Place); bullying (Dear Bully:  A Collection of Poems about Bullying); the power and simplicity of quotes (My Simple Quotes to Live By); and breast cancer (A Breast Cancer Journey to GREATER Joy!  Taking the Fear and Mystery Out of a Breast Cancer Diagnosis).She also wrote three opinion editorials ("Better examples help kids more than political remedies," "The Golden Rule could improve race relations," and "Provide kids with role models, and sell them education,") which were published (verbatim) in The Detroit Free Press.


     


     

  • 00:03

    8 Million Children Alone, in the Hospital with no Visitors..ENTER OwieBowWowie!

    in Culture

    "8 MILLION CHILDREN "ALONE," in the hospital with no visitors while enduring their life-saving treatment", says OwieBowWowie creator Gina Woods. For Gina that was unacceptable. No child should have to be afraid, alone and without a source of comfort while being poked and prodded and well just feeling YUCKY! We agree Gina.


    Enter OwieBowWowie.. If you want to know how Owie came to be, you will have to tune into the show...smile...but I will tell you that he IS the Brain child of Gina Woods who not only hand sewed the early OwieBowWowie's but she also hand delivered them to the children in the hospital. Heck she still does. Over 4000 Owie's have comforted little arms and hearts.


    Owie is fantastic because he contains no metal parts, can even go in through the MRI with a child holding on tight and is allowed into ICU because he is hypoallergenic and comes sealed.


    Way to Go Gina!


    The Good RADIO Network celebrates those who are changing the world just like you! Next time you want to do something GOOD, just tune into TGRN for more inspiring guests.

  • 00:34

    National Bestseller Author DiShan Winters stops by Good Deeds w/Dr. Renee Sunday

    in Motivation

    DiShan Winters, (formerly Washington), is a native of Valley, Alabama. Married at the age of 16, she became one of the youngest known First Ladies (Pastor’s wife) at the age of 17, and with this feat came incredible challenges that led to bouts of low self-esteem,depression, two suicide attempts, and a plethora of other struggles that sheopenly shares. Most recently, the landscape of her life changed and her marriage of 15 years came to an end. 


    She is currently the National and Essence best-selling author of, “Diary of a Mad First Lady” (Urban Books-March 2010) and “The Preacher’s Wifey” (February 2013); author of “Delilah: The Man (A Single Woman’s Guide to Not Choosing The Wrong Man), and the nationally recognized playwright for plays such as: “Everything That Look GoodAin’t Good For You”, “Is Love Supposed To Hurt?”, and “I Can If I Want To.”


    DiShan is also a powerful and prolific minister, teacher, life coach, and motivational speaker. Having spoken & shared on major platforms throughout the country, her willingness to be transparent about her struggles and success often leaves her audience wanting to hear more. She was featured on the TLC reality show, Sisterhood,in January 2013. DiShan has graced the National Bestseller's List for the past four years. 

    In 2015 DiShan is launching her Hugs Campaign. The Hugs Campaign well bring the awareness of self-acceptance, relationship building and mental health awareness to women across the country. 


    Books for 2015: The two books under her brand, Pure Publishing, are: "Delilah: The Man" (Available Now) (A Single Woman's Guide To Not Choosing The Wrong Man) and, "Diary of a Mad First Lady 2: The Story of Lisa Hodges" (Coming Winter 2014).

  • 00:31

    3 Inspiring Young Authors stops by Good Deeds w/ Dr. Renee Sunday

    in Motivation

    Morgan loves writing, acting, swimming and volleyball. She enjoys helping out and making people laugh. Everyone who knows her, applauds her nurturing heart. Morgan can often be found assisting her mother, ReShonda Tate Billingsley at book signings. She is active in her school organizations and serves as secretary for her Teen group in Jack and Jill of America, Inc. Follow her on Instagram @c_momo_b


    Jackie is a lover of the letters and the arts. She has starred in three theatrical productions produced by Cherie Garland. She portrayed Crystal in “The Christmas Present,” Glenda The Good Witch in “The Wiz” and the Ballerina in “One Night With a King.” Jackie’s love of arts also extends to church. She participates in the praise dance ministry at her church. She utilizes her musical talents as a clarinet player in her local elementary school band. Jackie can often be found at various literary events assisting her mother and guest authors. She also enjoys journaling and making sketches in her notebooks.


    Gabrielle, teachers describe her as hardworking and passionate about learning. She is the student council representative for fifth grade, plays both basketball and soccer and has a personality bigger than life. The confident young writer is also the daughter of young adult author Celia Anderson. Having grown up tagging alongside her mom at book signings and lectures, it’s no surprise that she has become interested in the art. 


    Book will be released December 9, 2014 Links to Purchase


    http://browngirlspublishing.com/little-brown-girls/


    Will Also be available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Kobi

  • 00:14

    Adult Children of Alcoholics--Using Our Pain As A Way To Understand Our Healing

    in Self Help

    In this episode Lisa A. Romano, Certified ACoA Life Coach, Mentor and Author helps we wounded Adult Children from dysfunctional homes understand how we can use pain to help us transcend our wounds and how by 'reframing' how we experience our pain can also speed along our total recovery.


    If you have been lost, hang in there as Lisa explains the purpose of pain and how we can learn to appreciate duality in our lives.


    As Lisa explains, there can be no understanding of light without some understanding of darkness. There can be no integration without understanding ideas of separation.  There can be no experience of contentment without some experience of discontentment. It is our hope that by listening to this recording as well as many of Lisa's others, that your ideas about self, your past, healing, and about recovery will help you reframe your perceptions about pain for the purpose of healing completely.


     


     

  • 00:40

    Gospel Recording Artist Jonathan Valencia flows on Good Deeds - Dr. Renee Sunday

    in Motivation

    Stellar Nomomated Gospel Recording Artist Jonathan Valencia returns to Good Deeds - Dr. Renee Sunday.Jonathan Valencia is a 12 year old who loves Jesus.  At the early age of 3, Jonathan’s idea of play was preaching on his Karaoke machine.  Jonathan has always been recognized as being deeply grounded in God’s word and bold about his walk with Jesus.  Many Pastors would often state that Jonathan was a little preacher.  As for me, I refer to him as my tugboat because he has pulled me along in my spiritual walk. Being inspired by God, I began to do what I love to do which is to write.  As a result, my words poured out as a song I titled “Kingdom Bound”.  The song was written for Jonathan to use to inspire other youth to pursue their calling now.  Matthew 19:14 speaks directly to us on how we should prepare children for the kingdom. Jonathan has a deep love for Jesus and wants to spread the good news to the world.  His first release “Kingdom Bound” is for everyone but the target audience is the youth due to Jonathan’s sincere concern for his peers who listen to explicit lyrics.  He understands that many of the words they repeat are not good for their minds and many of his peers are not even aware of the things they are speaking on their lives through the lyrics they repeat. Jonathan continues to rely on his faith in God’s word to overcome obstacles that have challenged his faith. The obstacles have caused him to develop a consistent prayer life and commitment to learn scriptures.  Jonathan is currently ministering his music in churches and various events.  His boldness in serving Jesus is evident when he is on stage professing the name of Jesus. 

  • 00:39

    SDG 176 Are We the Children of the Light?

    in Spirituality

    1 Thessalonians 5:5


    You know there’s a lot of talk in new age spiritual circles about “the light” and being “light workers” but this is actually a term and a concept stolen from the Bible.


    In our focus scripture for today’s message  Paul tells us we are all children of the light and then Jesus tells us that we are the light of the world!


    Now Jesus refers to believers as both salt and light and both need to be applied, but when salt’s applied, it goes inward and disappears, whereas light comes from within and always appears.

    The salt speaks of our character whereas light speaks of our testimony.

    And what the world needs is both penetration and illumination, both character and confession.

    Look at these utterly profound words from the lips of Jesus.

    See Matthew 5:14-16 KJV
    [14] Ye are the light of the world. A city that is set on an hill cannot be hid.
    [15] Neither do men light a candle, and put it under a bushel, but on a candlestick; and it giveth light unto all that are in the house.
    [16] Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.

    So stay tuned because in today’s message we’ll learn the who, what and “hows” of being spiritual light AKA "Children of The Light"!


     

  • 00:28

    Good Night Radio Sleep Clinic - Family Sleep Questions Answered - 11.11.2014

    in Moms and Family

    Alanna McGinn answers your baby, child, and adult sleep questions in this segment of Good Night Sleep Clinic's Q&A. You can call in at (773) 897-6300 and ask Alanna your sleep question or let's get social! Pop over to www.facebook.com/goodnightsleepsite and ask your sleep question on the open thread or tweet Alanna at @GNSleepSite and she'll answer your sleep question live on-air.


    On this weeks show Alanna answered your sleep questions on:


     - Tips for long flights with your baby and jet lag.


     - Scheduling naps with your 4-month old.


     - Managing siblings and nap routines.


     - How to get your 9-month old to sleep through the night when teething and hitting a regression.

  • 00:31

    3 Inspiring Young Authors stops by Good Deeds w/ Dr. Renee Sunday

    in Motivation

    Morgan loves writing, acting, swimming and volleyball. She enjoys helping out and making people laugh. Everyone who knows her, applauds her nurturing heart. Morgan can often be found assisting her mother, ReShonda Tate Billingsley at book signings. She is active in her school organizations and serves as secretary for her Teen group in Jack and Jill of America, Inc. Follow her on Instagram @c_momo_b


    Jackie is a lover of the letters and the arts. She has starred in three theatrical productions produced by Cherie Garland. She portrayed Crystal in “The Christmas Present,” Glenda The Good Witch in “The Wiz” and the Ballerina in “One Night With a King.” Jackie’s love of arts also extends to church. She participates in the praise dance ministry at her church. She utilizes her musical talents as a clarinet player in her local elementary school band. Jackie can often be found at various literary events assisting her mother and guest authors. She also enjoys journaling and making sketches in her notebooks.


    Gabrielle, teachers describe her as hardworking and passionate about learning. She is the student council representative for fifth grade, plays both basketball and soccer and has a personality bigger than life. The confident young writer is also the daughter of young adult author Celia Anderson. Having grown up tagging alongside her mom at book signings and lectures, it’s no surprise that she has become interested in the art. 


    Book will be released December 9, 2014 Links to Purchase


    http://browngirlspublishing.com/little-brown-girls/


    Will Also be available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Kobi

  • Adult Children--How Our Pain Helps Us Transcend to Higher Vibrations

    in Relationships

     As adult children of alcoholics, many of us do not even realize just how wounded we truly are.  Because we have ridiculously high threhholds for pain, we do not always consciously comprehend how dank our energy bodies are.  Many of us have been living in such deep states of survival for so long, we are unaware our emotional set point is one that has us unknowingly avoiding pain rather than seeking joy in our lives.  Because so many of us were taught that our needs were unimportant, we no longer seek guidance from within, and so we wind up settling for what shows up.  


    The most sad aspect of our realities is the fact that we are creators and capable of transcending ANY experience.  But for adult children of alcoholics--if we do not even know where our pain is--or where our wounds are--we often times miss the transcendental experience embracing the pain can create.  Embracing the pain is an opportunity to create new realities and to live life in new vibrations, literally embracing the opportunity to experience a New Earth in a whole new way.


     Adult children of alcoholics come from long lines of dank energy beings, and because our families have been drenched in denial, it can be quite a wobbly experience as one approaches a true healing journey.  In this episode we will be discussing the Hero's Path of An Adult Child of an Alcoholic and or Narcissist, and how we can use our experiences to propel us to higher vibrations, so to experience the world in a whole New Way as higher energy beings, living our lives intentionally on a Quantum Level, for the purpose of living our Higher Self Realities through the process of transcendence.


     


     


     


     

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