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Kingdom Empowerment, Inc. Radio Host - Donna Ghanney interviews Minister Rebecca D. Huggins regarding the "I LEAD Institute for Girls' upcoming Gala on April 22, 2015 at 6 PM Eastern Standard Time.
Get involved and make a positive impact for the young ladies of tomorrow.
Call in to speak to the guest: (646) 668-2413
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About Minister Rebecca D. Huggins
Minister Rebecca D. Huggins is an anointed bold woman of God who operates in the prophetic, healing and teaching gifts. Additionally, she is a 21st Century transformational speaker and instructional leader who has 20 years of proven success.
About I LEAD Institute for Girls
I LEAD Institue for Girls is established to cultivate the leadership skill in young ladies so tht they are able to successfully matriculate academically and professionally. They are committed to developing 21st Century Global Leaders who are able to positively contribute to society.
Learn more information here: Kingdom Empowerment Magazine
Please join Dave the Mystic on Monday, April 20th at 8PM MDT with guest Madeline Huggins. Besides being the new owner and manager of Nic Nac Nook Bookstore, Madeline is a clairvoyant/intuitive consultant. She does Energy Healings on clients at their homes, reads past lives, and is a medium. Madeline can perform house healings/blessings and will do house calls for this. She also reads palms and the tarot. Madeline has 50 years experience after being blessed with a mother who raised her to read cards and energy. Madeline has been training for several years to do Spirit-guided energy healings, and is truly remarkable in this area.
During the second half of the show, Madeline will be providing 5 minute mini-readings for callers on a first-come first-served basis.
Madeline is available for private parties or phone readings. Please call Nic Nac Nook Bookstore to set up a reading or a healing session with Madeline.
The store phone number 303-726-1983 and their website is http://nicnacnook.com/ .
Dave the Mystic
9 am EST on Ichalo Chesu (Our World) We have the privilege of talking to a very humble man with such a huge heart to help the needy and neglected in Zambia. Reuben Phiri is a resident of Dallas Texas. Consistent with his humble nature, Reuben claims he does not do anything out of the ordinary, other than identifying people in Zambia who are already helping the needy. Reuben in conjunction with people in Zambia, finds a way of contributing a little something here and there. Reuben in a humanitarian and social entrepreneur. Be inspired to do more as you join us in this discussion.
At 10am EST is Open Forum - Join Rodger Chali, Dr Patrick, Pianki and Zebron in a stimulating conversation on current events.
For both programs, call 347-237-4270 to listen or participate. Time 9am EST, 16 hrs. CAT, 22 hrs. AWST. Caller participation highly encouraged.
It's about that time for us to start filing our taxes, so what better time is it to talk about our finances. Please feel free to call in and listen or ask questions while our Guest speaker, Sister Petrisse Huggins, is some great pointers on our finances and what we need to do to help build and support our own businesses.
Broadcasting on the Art of War Network tomorrow, January 27,2015 @ 7:00pm est, 6:00pm cst.
Call in to speak with the host (347) 857-3470.
Join us as we sit down and talk with Rebecca Huggins of I Lead Institute for Girls and Instructor at Richland One. Rebecca has a front row seat into the lives of our young girls and she is actively working to help transform their lives. Learn what's really happening with our girls and what you can do to help them transform into extraordinary girls.
The West Virginia basketball program will be without forward BillyDee Williams next season as he is set to transfer from Bob Huggins' program. Host Greg Madia as well as staff members Keenan Cummings and Marc Basham will break down the latest transfer news from WVU and would could replace Williams on the roster. Additionally, WVU SPUR KJ Dillon had some interesting comments about competing for a National Championship. The guys will discuss if West Virginia can realistically compete for championship in football this season.
The West Virginia basketball season finally came to an end at the hands of No. 1 Kentucky in the Sweet Sixteen at Quicken Loans Arena last Thursday. Host Greg Madia along with staff writer Marc Basham will break down and recap the entire hoops season during this edition of WVSports.com Radio. The guys will talk about the best games, top moments and even take an early look at the '15-16 season. Additionally, Greg and Marc will talk briefly about the spring football open practice this upcoming Saturday at Shepherd.
ChabDog Radio checks out the Sweet Sixteen on Friday, 3-27 at 7:30 pst;
Guests include Rene Betts, basketball aficiando extraordinaire and
ChabDog's resident bracketologist --- Stephanie Brackett (The Hendersonville Hatchet);
Can Huggies Mounties pull off the huge upset against the 8,000 pound gorilla that is Kentucky?;
Will Stainbrook be a savior for Xavier when they do battle with those other Wildcats?
Preview of Friday's games and ChabDognostications for the Final Four and Championship Game; and
NBA and NHL playoff updates
West Virginia is back in the NCAA tournament after a two season hiatus. The Mountaineers are the five-seed in the midwest region and will meet twelfth-seeded Buffalo on Friday. Host Greg Madia along with staff members Keenan Cummings and Marc Basham breakdown everything March Madness during WVSports.com Radio. Greg, Keenan and Marc will get into the WVU-Buffalo matchup as well as how well the Big 12 could do in the NCAA Tournament. After that, the guys will dive into some spring football and recruiting.
West Virginia and head coach Bob Huggins are gearing up for the postseason. The Mountaineers will begin the Big 12 Conference tournament as the fifth-seed meeting fourth-seeded Baylor for the third time this season. In two previous meetings, Baylor has outscored West Virginia by 30 points. On WVSports.com Radio, host Greg Madia along with staff members Keenan Cummings and Marc Basham will preview the matchup with Baylor as well as the entire Big 12 Conference Tournament. Baylor beat writer Kevin Lonnquist joins the show too. After talking hoops, the guys will get into some spring football with Dana Holgorsen and company set to open the 2015 campaign this Sunday.
Worship Your Way Thru It Series Continues with LINDSAY HUGGINS
A little about her...
Having grown up in a musical family, Lindsay always knew she wanted to pursue a career in music. “I began singing in church as a small child, but I have a feeling I was born singing and just never stopped!” she says. Lindsay was in church every time the doors were open and knew at a young age that her vocal talent was a gift from God. Lindsay has performed and holds an appreciation for various genres of music, believing it is the Message that is important. Lindsay earned a degree in Music Business from Trevecca Nazarene University, and now makes her home just outside of Nashville, TN, along with her husband Craig and son Tanner.
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