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  • Right Care Health Matters

    in Health

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    Right Care Radio

    in Health

    Right Care Clinic is a leader in providing primary care, urgent care, pediatric, geriatric, and mobile medicine in the southern Middle Tennessee area. Our staff is dedicated to being available to answer the questions health care consumers may have. This podcast is designed to establish a dialogue between health care providers and health care consumers.

  • 01:02

    It's all in the Cards w/Queen Auset-Heru:presented by Hand and Footprints

    in Motivation

    We all go to seek spiritual guidance from a Priest, Preacher or Tarot Reader....have you ever wondered what is like to live the life of a Psychic?

    Join host, Rikki R. Jones and her guest,''' self-initiated priestess of the ancient Egyptian spiritual system of Ma'at -- poet, a teacher, a mother, an out lesbian activist, and an oracle of African descent, Queen Auset-Heru(Erika T. Garnett) as they discuss her story, explore her gifts, and learn her message for the people.

    Join the conversation via phone

    347-826-9723 press the number 1

    Or Instant Message


  • Magical Experiments: The Left Hand Path

    in Spirituality

    Join Taylor Ellwood of Magical Experiments as he interviews Laurie Pneumatikos about the Left Hand Path Consortium and her spiritual journey on the left hand path as well as how that path shows up in her work and life. We'll learn about her forthcoming books and her other projects as well.

  • 03:04

    The Female Solution: Heal Thy Life Magazine Examines Emotional Health, Marriage

    in Religion

    When asked about their goal in life, little girls used to say "I want to grow up and get married" as if marriage itself is te goal in life. For female children, it used to be. Ones aspirations were simply to be someones wife, to have the title "Mrs." in front of ones name. Today women grow up expecting much more out of life, and marriage is expected to happen along the way to becoming a doctor, lawyer, architect, scientist, writer, actress, or whatever one plans as a career. But what happens when that "Mrs." title is never received? Some women feel like failures if they never find a husband. Other women find husbands but never find themselves, they stop seeking personal goals after they become wives. They too can end up feeling like failures. In Islam marriage is said to be half the faith. What happens when you can't fulfill that half? Today we examine the emotional health of marriage and how women's self esteem is affected by the presence or absence of a spouse. Later we'll be joined by the publisher of Heal Thy Life Magazine, Sis. Maryam Muhammad, to discuss how women's identities are affected by marriage.

  • Heal Thy Life Magazine Examines Emotional Health of Marriage

    in Women

    When asked about their goal in life, little girls used to say, "I want to grow up and get married," as if marriage itself is the goal in life. For female children, it used to be. Ones aspirations were simply to be someone's wife, to have the letters MRS. in front of ones name. Today, women grow up expecting much more out of life, and marriage is something that is hoped to happen along the way to becoming a doctor, lawyer, scientist, architect, writer, actress, and any other profession. Women are achieving great things, but sometimes that "MRS" title never comes. Some women feel like failures if they never find a husband. Other women find husbands but never find themselves. As if marriage itself is the objective  of life, these women never strive to achieve their own goals. In many cases women suffer depression, either because they have a full life and lack a husband or have a husband but lack a full life. Today we'll discuss how marriage effects the emotional health of women, with the Publisher of Heal Thy Life magazine, sister Maryam Muhammad


  • Hand and Footprints presents "Releasing the LOVE w/Toni Love"

    in Music

    Love and Restoration go hand in hand.....

    Join host Rikki R. Jones and her guest writer, poet, motivational speaker, activist, blogger, mompreneur, TONI LOVE as they discuss and listen to her DEBUT CD "RESTORATION" ....

    Join the conversation via the phone:

    347-826-9723 press the number 1



  • 01:01

    "Choosing The Right Woman"

    in Self Help

    There are thousands of good women out there but some men consistently choose the wrong mates.  For those that have done it well will tell you there's nothing more satisfying than having a great woman by your side.  For those that have made a wrong choice, you're probably living in hell.  If you'd like to get some good advice on choosing the right women tune into this show as RC Blakes shares his perspectives on the topic.  

  • 01:58

    Thy Kingdom Come

    in Spirituality

    Thy Kingdom Come is the second of the seven petitions in the The Lord's Prayer found in Matthew 6:10. If we are not able to properly identify the Lords Kingdom another can come in and take its place. Tonight Julie and Scott address what Jesus warned us about and how the fallen ones are going to deceive millions of people both Christian and non-Christian.Lucifer the light bearer is capable of making himself and his fallen ones look like Jesus and the Lord angels. To know the real dollar bill will keep you from taking a counterfeit. To know your enemy and point him out to others could mean life or death for you and your family!


    in Family


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    From Overcoming Obstacles to Obtaining Prosperity: A Message of Hope

    in Politics Conservative

    Throughout our lives, we will face difficult circumstances and obstacles. Sometimes, the road we choose leads us to a place of peace and prosperity. This Tuesday, we will spend time talking with two people who are impacting the lives of others and leaving a legacy for generations to come.

    Derrick Wilburn is the founder and chairman of Rocky Mountain Black Conservatives, American Conservatives of Color, and BlackandConservative.com. His organizations and personal mission bridge the gap that exists between conservative political causes and parties and ethnic minorities in the U.S. 

    Jenny Wilkes Ferguson is a 44-year-old mother of two, who, despite adversities, refused to let society label her children's home "broken." She continues to encourage and inspire parents--especially single parents--as they strive to raise successful, God-fearing children in the midst of society's negative messages. Inspired by God and her own parents, she carries a message of hope and value to not only her children, but to every child she comes into contact with. She and her daughter Bailey Strong co-founded EduKids, Inc., to instill a love of learning in young children by teaching them hands-on science, art, and computer classes. 

    Tune in to The Right Voice for the live show with Glo Smith and Adrienne Ross from 8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Eastern/7:00-8:00 p.m. Central every Tuesday. Become part of the conversation by calling in to (646) 200-3715 to comment and ask questions. If you miss the live show, remember that each broadcast is archived, so you may listen to the podcast at any time that is convenient for you.