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This Week on ?"TheMusicBox" w/ National Recording Artist Tanya Dallas-Lewis! It's Two of Gospel Music's Finest: Troy Sneed and Kendall King!
If you MISSED THE LIVE SHOW LAST WEEK, thanks to technology----you can join us TUH-NIGHT as I re-broadcast all the fun we had last week with Troy & Kendall! [Lots of Laughs and information/education on 'music-dom!']
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-Stellar/Dove Award Nominated Recording Artist
Listen to the Christian Authors on Tour (CAOT) Blog Talk Radio Show on Friday, June 19th at 2 p.m. (EST) for a LIVE interview with Christian author, Kendall Evone Hayes.
Kendall Evone Hayes addresses one of the vital issues in family and relationships with the nationwide release of her new book, Seasons of Hope. The book takes the readers on an intense journey with a woman who endures many challenging seasons during a dark period in her life. Through the seasons, the woman learns the value of honesty, forgiveness, healing and deliverance. She finally learns to let God be God and embraces His unique plan for her life.
In addition to writing, Kendall Evone Hayes is an entreprenur. On her 47th birthday, after years of dealing with childhood molestation, domestic abuse, depression, divorce, loss of loved ones, substance abuse, Hayes woke up. It was revealed to her that she was now Healed, Empowered and Restored. In 2010, she went on to launch HER (Healed, Empowered and Restored). As the Founder and President of HER, Hayes focuses on coordinating workshops for girls ages 10 to 16 to help them identify destructive behaviors at an early stage, learn preventive measures, and learn from the mistakes of others.
Call (858) 357-8408 to ask questions of our scheduled guest. Don't worry if you can't listen LIVE! You can always download FREE On-Demand podcasts of this and more than 260 other inspirational interviews with Christian authors at www.blogtalkradio.com/christianauthorsontour!
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We're back with a pre-training camp edition of the 76ers Report! Jeff McMenamin and Michael Kaskey-Blomain breakdown the potential Anthony Bennett waiver addition by the Sixers, give an update on the Sixers current point guard situation, give our starting line-up predictions, we discuss what Sixers we're looking at to prove the most leading up to the season and we touch on the very sad passings of both Darryl Dawkins and Moses Malone.
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Bob Beauprez-Former Colorado Congressman, political analyst, commentator, banker and businessman discusses, The Outside The Beltway Advantage & GOP Establishment getting nervous as Trump continues to lead the field.
Glenn Stanton-Director of Global Family Formation Studies at Focus on the Family talks about the Pope's American visit.
Jen Horn-From the entertianment capital of the world, the cultural crusader reports on the latest Enews, TV, Emmy's, and the weeks best movies.
Bruce Stewart-WORRIED ABOUT YOUR ENERGY COSTS? DON’T SWEAT IT! Texas-Sized Tips And Resources to Help Consumers Make The Most of Their Energy Choices.
Stephen Moore-Heritage Foundation's chief economist, an American economic writer and policy analyst writes, "What the pope should tell America-A left-wing pontiff has the opportunity to inspire the renewal of the nation."
Mary Claire Kendall-Washington-based writer, with a special focus on Hollywood and has been published in Forbes, Breitbart, the Chicago Tribune, The Washington Times, San Francisco Examiner, NY Daily News, New York Post, National Catholic Register, Catholic New World and Our Sunday Visitor. The discussion centers on Oasis: Conversion Stories Of Hollywood Legends.
The author of the true crime classic Lobster Boy now turns his investigative skills to the chilling true story of Kendall Francois, one of the most bizarre serial sex-killers of modern times. In October, 1996, young, pretty, and petite women began vanishing off the streets of Poughkeepsie, New York. Most were prostitutes and some were addicts. By August, 1998, the toll had reached eight, when a prostitute told police she had barely escaped being strangled by Kendall Francois, 27, a 6'4", 300-lb. middle school hall monitor whose slovenly personal hygiene had earned him the nickname "Stinky." Inside his house, the smell was worse, as investigators discovered a tangle of rotting flesh and bones - eight female corpses, almost all decomposed. Francois was sentenced to life in prison without parole. BODY DUMP-Fred Rosen
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