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I've always found the the imagery of a fountain to be powerfully inspiring. The continual rising and flow of the water suggest the idea of an unlimited source. That's who our source is - God unlimited. Joy is a fruit of the Spirit of God. His Word therefore, assures us that "...everlasting joy shall be upon their heads..." Today we return with singing and joy springing up like a fountain. Please join us for live prayer at 6:00 AM. Dial 714 457-3963.
Tonight, on a festive episode of Live in the Cage, join Dave "The Butcher" Clifford on the Every Victory Earned Hotlines, inside the Genco Boots virtual studios, powered by Baker College, as we welcome "The Little Juggernaut" Joel Chapman, and also Jeremy "The Czar" Czarnecki.
Can you imagine what it would be like to live without water? In our part of the world woter is so plentiful that we take it for granted. We never give it a though. Yet each of us cannot survive more than three days without it. There are places on earth where the pursuit of potable water is constant. Similarly, our spiritual survival depends on a constant source of Divine Water. The LORD is the source of that Water. He is the "Fountain of Living Water."
We are invited to drink daily. Please join us for live, living prayer Mon.-Fri. at 6:00 AM. Dial 714 459-3963.
Call us this Monday for your personal message from Melissa Berman,
From Psychics Gone Wild-
an Internationally Recognised Intuitive Spiritual Coach, Psychic and Medium-
she will be speaking about Divination and it's tools!
Melissa studied with the late renowned Spiritual Reader Reverend Ernest S Longest for many years.
She coaches and assists others to find thier own special gifts through workshops/classes and individual sessions as well as offering creative visualisation, meditations, candle and pendulum work.
She works with her Angelic team to bring you beautiful guidance!
Award-winning Model and actress
One of the most beautiful and talented actresses in the world, Tracey Birdsall (FAMILY TIES, DAWN OF THE CRESCENT MOON, LOVING) is doing press this month.
Birdsall, known for both her modeling work and for playing Amy Sanders on the classic soap LOVING, has become a major force in independent film. She walked away with the Maverick award in 2014 for her performance in the new thriller DAWN OF THE CRESCENT MOON.
A model during her Malibu teen years, Birdsall was one of only 10 finalists nationwide to make it into the prestigious Wilhelmina “40+” modeling/runaway competition in recent times. “I grew up modeling and doing print work,” Birdsall-Smith said. “Then you hit your mid-to-late twenties and you think your career is over.”
As a teen, she won the Miss Teeny Bikini title and appeared in commercials for Sunkist and Coors Light, while performing in plays in the meantime.
Birdsall is available to talk about her long career in front of the camera – making the transition from modeling to acting, working on classics like Family Ties with Michael J.Fox, and some of her new films, including Dawn of the Crescent Moon, the family comedy The Grounded, and the upcoming science-fiction film Death Machine, in which she voices the role of a HAL-like computer.
Jackie Perry is the executive director for Beaver Street Enterprise Center. (BSEC) . She came to the business incubator after a twenty-three year career in operations management and human resource development. She is a member of the board of directors for First Coast Business Alliance; Jacksonville Public Library and the Florida 8A Alliance. A graduate of Blueprint for Leadership, Jackie is also an alumni of Leadership Jacksonville class of 2011.
At BSEC, Jackie oversees operations and management for the 25,000 square feet facility which provides business assistance, business support services, as well as office space and infrastructure for new and emerging businesses.
Jackie and her staff currently support 20 clients who consist of a diverse cluster of service, construction and IT related businesses. Clients have created over 2000 new jobs over the past ten years and have had an economic impact of over $250 million dollars over the past ten years.
In 2006, Jackie was named Jacksonville’s Advocate of the Year at the National Minority Enterprise Development Week (MED Week) which recognizes the tremendous contributions of minority business owners toward the continued economic development of our nation.
Most recently, she was honored and presented with the keys to the city for her work in helping the city of Palatka with efforts to establish a business incubator in their city.
Contact information: Beaver Street Enterprise, 1225 W. Beaver Street, Jacksonville, FL 32202