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The Wardlaw Brothers on NiACOM Platform Tonight @ 7pm CST!!!
When thinking of 5 biological brothers that have made a huge impact on the world through music, two names automatically come to mind: The Jackson 5 and The Winans. Now, with a unique and extraordinary blend of vocal harmony, emerge five brothers known as THE WARDLAW BROTHERS (TWB).
Dubbed the “Boyz II Men of Gospel”, TWB consists of four lead singers, and one dynamic bass man. The eldest brother, Carl Anthony “Tony” has the traditional, soulful voice. Martin Luther “Lute” is the lead vocalist with a voice that speaks to the spirit. He is also the primary songwriter, musician and producer. “Jamie” Cornelius is the melodious bass man that defines TWB’s distinctive sound while Carl III “Carlo” melds in the urban/hip hop flavor. Lastly,Rodney Allen “Baby Boy”, contributes the smooth, serene voice of the five. Georgia natives, TWB are the sons of Rev. and Mrs. Carl Wardlaw Jr. who taught their children early that ministry was a part of life.
Over the years, with the discovery and nurturing of gifts, music ministry evolved. But, whether assisting others in need or mentoring troubled youth, TWB take pride in helping others and do not compromise that which was inspired by their parents.
They began to revise the original songs they sang as youth and sculpt their own distinctive brand of harmony and acclimation. The brothers realized how God had blessed them and they began composing their own songs.
Join us tonight by tuning in by clicking on the link, or by calling in at 323-693-3830 and press "1" to be a part of our interactive audience! Want to talk to "The Wardlaw Brothers" tonight? This is your chance!
Freedom From Shame
"Shame: the torment you feel when you’re exposed, humiliated, or rejected; the feeling of not being good enough. It’s a deeply painful and universal emotion, yet is not frequently discussed. For some, shame lurks in the unconscious, undermining self-esteem, destroying confidence, and leading to codependency. These codependent relationships—where we overlook our own needs and desires as we try to care for, protect, or please another—often cover up abuse, addiction, or other harmful behaviors. Shame and codependency feed off one another, making us feel stuck, never able to let go, move on, and become the true self we were meant to be. Learn the steps to freedom from shame and codependency as Dr. Brewer talks with Darlene Lancer, author of "Conquering Shame and Codependency: 8 Steps To Freeing The True You
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Welcome to Brothers Speak! Today we begin a new segment of Think Positive Radio. Brothers Speak is a platform that explores the hearts and minds of men while debating and discussing issues importnant to leading our community toward positive change.
Our topic for the show is entitled “Brother I Got Your Back: What does supporting a Black Man look like?”
This month's Soul Traveler speaks to parents of children who have remembered and frequently relive past lives. We'll speak to a mother who's child saw a film on television of a speach Hitler gave, and he understood what Hitler said...in German! Don't miss this surprising, eye-opening show of lives lost and found. Tune into for a glimpse of the journey of our soul.
Patricia McGivern, an experienced hypnotherapist who has studied under Dr. Brian Weiss and Pamela Latour, a renowned spiritual trainer and medium, come together once a month to give you a touch of eternity by talking to real people with real stories of past lives. This will be the last show of the season so don't miss it.
Meet the man behind "Prosecutors Gone Wild" and "The Definitive Dossier of PTSD in Whistleblowers", Michael Volpe, who has invested thousands of hours in talking with whistleblowers and working to make their stories known.
Dr Pamela Brewer talks with Michael about some of the cases he's covered and his personal committment to helping whistleblowers tell their stories.
Join us tonight with Special Guest Fredrick "Freddie Jay" Wardlaw on "Life Forward Radio"
Fredrick O. Wardlaw, Sr is a Systems Analyst for a major strategic firm in Virginia. He is highly skilled in the installation, testing, operation, and maintenance of computer based client server systems designed for legal publishing and containing multiple servers, RAIDs, special purpose processors and equipment including routers, load balancers, firewalls, and network hubs and switches. With an extensive background in project management, customer relations, and program implementation, Fredrick’s proven ability to meet project deadlines, identify requirements, and ensure customer satisfaction enhances productivity and streamlines operating procedures to exceed stakeholder expectations.
In addition to Fredrick’s impeccable performance as a Systems Analyst, he also is recognized by his colleagues and community members as a principal resource and activist in political and cultural arenas. While obtaining his Bachelor’s of Arts degree in the Administration of Justice at the historical Howard University, Frederick was instrumental in leading political rallies and informing students and surrounding community of underlying issues and root causes that were often overlooked and forgotten.
As a Native of Castor, Louisiana, Frederick spearheaded volunteers of Louisiana natives in the Washington, DC Metropolitan to assist in relief efforts for Hurricane Katrina victims along the Gulf Coast. Frederick himself, using his personal finances, traveled to Louisiana to assist in hands-on efforts and attend conferences regarding the rebuilding process.
Currently, Frederick is developing a program to build small, minority owned business by introducing them to legal publications that will inform them of consumer demographics and needs.
Dr. Brewer and her guest, Chuck Green - President of AlphaMaxx Healthcare , for a conversation about the impact of medical care of infants - on the mental health of a nation.
Dr. Pamela Brewer responds to questions the listeners.
Join Paul, Bary and special guest, Pamela Michelle as they discuss what's happening in the NFL and discuss their picks for the week.
Dr. Pamela Brewer talks with Author, Priscilla Boos as she discusses her love and her grief and her recovery from the loss of her husband in "Meet Me at the Bakery: My Journey through Grief and Back to Life".
As you follow this poignant story, you will find yourself moved and invigorated to live your best life - and to share Priscilla's story and book with those you care about.
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National Association of Real Estate Brokers
National Annual Convention 67th
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Empowering Realtist to Make a Change
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She risked her work and her life - when she blew the whistle on a well known community organization, Marcel Reid's life changed forever. Join Dr. Brewer for a conversation and learn more about the person Marcel is today.