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Ridin Durty Rdaio is known for introducing the world to hiphop and r&b next big artist today...on this show we are proud to shine the light on the town of griffin ga,a town 45minutes south of the a.t.l.Griffin Ga is the number #1 town in the u.s for putting football players in the NFL,but tonight we show you they have next in the hiphop game
Today we will be discussing Morgellons disease. Where does it come from and how does it affect us? My guest today will be Kandy Griffin who is a fellow activist and Morgellons victim and researcher. Join us for our LIVE broadcast today and call in to participate in out show. I love you guys --- Madison Star Moon
the Gist of Freedom host Shellie Gaines? Welcomes Dr. Ishmael Griffin, Medical Doctor and Missionary of ELAM! US Pastors for Peace Friend a Caravan, created in 1992 by the leader of the Cuban Revolution Fidel Castro, trains very professional doctors with a high sense of solidarity and human sensitivity of which 34 American ELAM graduates are an example. Cuba is addressing the question of sustainability of its global health programs through scholarships to International students in its program. ELAM educates and trains youth from oppressed nations all across the world, mainly from Africa and Latin America, providing them with a free education in medicine. Upon graduation, ELAM students are not asked to pay back tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars in debts, like most U.S. students. Rather they are merely asked to provide health care to those without access in their home countries.
The Optimum Return Internet Radio Network with Dr. Larry Carnes.
Web Site: http://larrycarnesministries.org/
Dr. Larry Carnes is founder or Larry Carnes Ministries, Inc. and Covenant Cutters Ministries International, non-denominational bible believing, bible teaching, and spirit filled ministries committed to establishing the Kingdom of God in the earth while empowering and transforming lives for Kingdom Purpose, and The Optimum Return.
Listen in and share this powerful and timely message from Dr. Larry Carnes; the message will bless you and others, all around the world.
April Ingle from the Georgia River Network gets us prepared for the summer paddling season and the economic and tourism dollars it brings to the state.
Cutting a unique path across North Georgia, the 163-mile long Etowah River Water Trail provides a path into one of the state's most historically significant and one of the nation's most biologically diverse rivers. It is also the first river to it's own book, in a series of waterproof Georgia River Trail Guides being produced by Georgia Univeristy Press. To purchase click here. http://ow.ly/lKR6W
Currently, seven developed public boat landings, numerous undeveloped public access points and several boat ramps on Lake Allatoona (the river's only impoundment) provide journeys of varying lengths along the river's course. A coalition of non-profit organizations, private landowners and local governments are working to establish additional developed boat landings to improve public access to what many call North Georgia's "best family paddling destination."A project of the Coosa River Basin Initiative/Upper Coosa Riverkeeper, this website provides an online gateway to adventures on the Etowah as it winds its way out of the Chattahoochee National Forest in Lumpkin County, past Dawsonville, and through Forsyth and Cherokee counties before spreading into Lake Allatoona behind Allatoona Dam. Below the Dam, the river flows through Cartersville, past the Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site and then ends its 163-mile journey in downtown Rome at its confluence with the Oostanaula to form the Coosa River.
Today, we will hear about the journey of a called woman with our powerful guest award winning writer, speaker and comedian T. Faye Griffin. We will get raw about the tough times, the joy, pain, set-backs and the miracles. If you have been wavering in stepping out on your purpose, listen to today's broadcast and be inspired!
You have what it takes to live the truth of your calling. I am so excited about this broadcast where we get to hear from T. Faye Griffin. This is a woman who truly "OWNS" her grown womanhood, and rests in the confidence of her calling. Don't MISS this one!
About our Guest:
NAACP Image Award recipient and proud product of South Central Los Angeles, T. Faye Griffin has put words into the mouths of Academy Award winners, comedians, politicians and everyday folk alike. From A&E to BET to PBS, she has amassed an impressive list of television credits which include the Emmy Award-winning comedy series In Living Color, The Parent 'Hood, Steve Harvey's Big Time, The Grammy Gospel Celebration and NBC's daily lifestyle magazine program, YourLA.
The former stand-up comedian has found her place among the personal writing staff of superstar comedians Steve Harvey and Rickey Smiley. In 2010 she completed the Ain't Nobody Perfect Tour with Harvey and gospel legend, Kirk Franklin.
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USC Leader Nancy R. Griffin’s profession as an intuitive counselor began in 1983. Her intuitive gifts led to the discovery of her ability to heal illnesses in the body, mind and spirit from past life cell memory working in conjunction with holistic doctors. Additionally, she is connected to the Angelic Realm, the Christ Consciousness, Mother-Father God, Space Brothers and Sisters, the Ashtar Command and the White Robed Masters. Out of her creative flow came two metaphysical television cable shows. Wesite: www.griffinpublishing.org
I do have to admit that I have worked in a variety of industries and the training, background and life lessons I have received are invaluable. I've worked in retail, for an internet service provider (ISP), in the sports industry, in the oil and gas industry, the aerospace industry, and in the education industry. Upon completing my Master's, I worked at NASA Johnson Space Center in the Education Department as a Program Coordinator. My job consisted of placing high school and college students for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) internships, supporting JSC sponsored events and community involvement/outreach events. Concurrently with my NASA job, I taught General Psychology at San Jacinto College and still continue to do so. I've gotten the best of both worlds because I've had the opportunity to help students with their educational and professional careers. It makes me proud and humbled to know that I am making a difference in a person's life. I must have been good at what I did because my past interns and students still continue to keep in touch with me.