SORT BY Relevancy
We dont have folks who help to teach us the basics in life it seems like. Folks wanna talk about real trivial issues and debate over bullshit than to help our people build and succeed in life. Both the Afrikan Wombman and Man can benefit greatly from understanding how motivation/inspiration and determination is KEY to succeeding in life and creating your own path. Most people wanna be followers and work on helping other people achieve their dreams while singlehanding ignoring their own dreams for fear of [insert fear of choice] BUT we gotta get outta this mindset and start having more faith that we can ACHIEVE ANYTHING WE PUT OUR MINDS TO and that starts with first creating a place where we can talk about success and how to achieve it so we can then implement the things we’ve talked about and really see changes.
Tune into this very informative show regarding some tips on:
Keys to Success LIVE at 8 pm pst/ 10 pm est Call in Number: 646-716-8991
Chioma Okereke was born in Benin City, Nigeria. She started her writing career as a poet and performed throughout Europe and the United States before turning her hand to fiction. Her work has been shortlisted in the Undiscovered Authors Competition 2006,run by Bookforce UK, and in the Daily Telegraph's 'Write a Novel in a Year' Competition in 2007.
Bitter Leaf is a richly textured and intricate novel set in Mannobe, a world that is African in nature but never geographically placed. At the heart of the novel is the village itself and its colourful cast of inhabitants: Babylon, a gifted musician who falls under the spell of the beautiful Jericho who has recently returned from the city; Mabel and M'elle Codon, twin sisters whose lives have taken very different paths, Magdalena, daughter of Mabel, who nurses an unrequited love for Babylon and Allegory, the wise old man who adheres to tradition.
Sister Carla Butaud joined us for fellowship and relayed her expierences on ADD, ADHD, Autism and Arrested Development.
What is your life’s expectancy? What do you expect out of life? Has the development of your expectation of life been arrested?
So are you expecting, are you depending on the stone, the law, the way that seems right to a man? Or have you let go of the idea of self-sufficiency to receive the abundance that Jesus Christ came to bring? Have you dashed ye foot against the stone?
For more information about sister Carla Butuad please visit http://carlabutaud.wix.com/deliverance And don't forget to check out her book Fight For Your Life @
Join us live from PC, Mac, iOS or Android: Keys to the Kingdom fellowship & Deliverance
Or join in by phone in the United States:1 (415) 762-9988 or 1 (646) 568-7788
Meeting ID: 392 740 301
For more information, please visit:
Exorcism Deliverance and Support
Kingdon's Keys Ministries
Yolanda Wisher is the 2016-2017 Poet Laureate of the City of Philadelphia. Wisher is the author of Monk Eats an Afro and the co-editor of Peace is a Haiku Song.
Her work has appeared in Ploughshares, Fence, Chain, MELUS, and GOOD Magazine and the anthologies Gathering Ground and The Ringing Ear.
Wisher is a 2016 Hedgebrook Writer-in-Residence, 2015 Pew Fellow, Center for Performance and Civic Practice Catalyst Initiative grantee (2015), Leeway Art & Change Award recipient (2008), and the inaugural Montgomery County Pennsylvania Poet Laureate (1999).
She holds an M.A in English/Creative Writing-Poetry from Temple University and a B.A. in English/Black Studies from Lafayette College. Wisher founded and directed the Germantown Poetry Festival (2006-2010) and served as Director of Art Education for the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program (2010-2015).
She currently works as Chief Rhapsodist of Wherewithal for the U.S. Department of Arts and Culture.
Songstress LIRA, whose music career spans 13 years and includes 6 Studio albums, 3 live DVD’s, an autobiography and a movie; has established herself as the foremost female artist in South Africa and a formidable presence on the global music scene.
When asked to elaborate on the significance of the title; “I grew up in a world where I faced so many limitations. I realised defining freedom for myself and subsequently living it was what I needed to do. In exploring this, the concept of “Born Free” became clearer. I want people to realise how powerful they are and that they can own their freedom. This album has become more than a body of musical work, it seeks to inspire and create change – physically and most importantly, mentally “says LIRA.
Born Free masterfully blends a new sound with the smooth urban direction synonymous with the LIRA brand. “This is my best record yet, adds LIRA, and listeners should expect to hear the definitive growth and boldness which that brings.”
Born Free marks a new direction for LIRA and promises to set an exciting tone for great things to come. www.misslira.com
Meet Our Guest: Sheena Moss is founder and Chief Executive Director of NHSE LLC, which is a online and community based Empowered Lifestyle Company that services the needs of women in Philadelphia. Natural Heart Sistah provides an holistic approach to personal and professional development and strategic life skills. NHSE is not your ordinary womens empowerment movement; we are in the business of investing in the lives of each and every woman that invests in the principles and actions of NHS. NHS is created from 3 key principles: Experience, Strength, and Hope. Everything that I do with NHSE is to support and advocate for women excellence in character mastery, and strategic life skills so that we as women can live our best life possible.
NHS offers inspiration, motivation, and transformation to women that are on their journey to self love, growth, healing, and elevation of their full potential. NHS provides classes, events, personal mentoring and so much more.
in Self Help
Author and Motivational Speaker Rev Ronald Cooper is our guest today, on a rebroadcast show, with this timely inspiring message of Life Changing Keys to Success. Ronald will describle how when we exercise clear imagination, targeted thought, firm belief, and specific expectation, it all will play a pivotal part in the process of succeeding in life. His website is www.ronaldacooper.com His book is "How To Win In Life In A Greater Way.
Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani is a novelist, essayist, journalist and humorist. She was born in Enugu, Nigeria. As a teenager, she secretly dreamed of becoming a CIA or KGB agent. She studied Psychology at the University of Ibadan. Her first income was from winning a writing competition at the age of 13. In her first year at university, she was a member of the Idia Hall Chess Team, and also a member of the university's (classical music) choir.
I Do Not Come to You by Chance:A deeply moving debut novel set amid the perilous world of Nigerian email scams, I Do Not Come to You by Chance tells the story of one young man and the family who loves him. Being the opera of the family, Kingsley Ibe is entitled to certain privileges--a piece of meat in his egusisoup, a party to celebrate his graduation from university. As first son, he has responsibilities, too. But times are bad in Nigeria, and life is hard. Unable to find work, Kingsley cannot take on the duty of training his younger siblings, nor can he provide his parents with financial peace in their retirement. And then there is Ola. Dear, sweet Ola, the sugar in Kingsley's tea. It does not seem to matter that he loves her deeply; he cannot afford her bride price.
Winner of Commonwealth Writers Prize Best First Book (Africa) 2010, Betty Trask Award for Best First Book 2010,Wole Soyinka Prize for Literature in Africa 2010 finalist and Washington Post Best Books of 2009.
THE BOOGIE MASTER RADIO SHOW LIVE @ MIDNIGHT PST EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT
The Keys 107 is catching up with Ziggy Marley - Past, Present, and Future. We will talk about his soon to be released self titled album ZIGGY MARLEY. “This album is about the struggle of humanity,” Ziggy said, “I’m not singing about my own struggle but that of the human family—which I feel a strong connection to. I found myself emotionally and consciously affected by the plight of our species in general. We’re all family. We can’t let ego be the driver; truth has to be the driver. We have to help each other.”
The Keys 107 focuses on the 7 keys that open doors to endless possibilities in the pursuit of love, peace, and happiness. Each episode explores the 7 keys: spiritual, mental, physical, emotional, financial, art science & entertainment, and the social with emphasis on acts of kindness. It's our intention to invite guests who present information as we believe the 7 keys are the essential building blocks to help you get to the next level as you pursue love, peace, and happiness.Connect with us:
Actress, writer and director Keesha Sharp shines in her current role as Dale Cochran, the wife of defense attorney Johnnie Cochran (Courtney B. Vance), in FX’s “The People vs. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.” She’s also well known for series regular roles as Gigi on the TBS (and Syndicated) comedy “Are We There Yet?” in which she also made her directorial debut, and as Monica Charles Brooks on the hit CW series “Girlfriends,” for which she was nominated for a NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series.
Keesha is also recognized for her recurring television roles on The CW’s “ Significant Mother,” CBS’s “Bad Teacher,” ABC Family’s “Melissa & Joey,” UPN’s “Everybody Hates Chris,” and guest starring appearances on NBC’s “The Player,” TV Land’s “The Exes,” CBS’s “Elementary,” CBS’s “Cold Case,” and more.
She can also be seen in Tyler Perry’s hit film, Why Did I Get Married? alongside Perry and Janet Jackson, as well as the upcoming indie films Frozen Peas and Born Guilty. www.keeshasharp.com