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Join us on December 19, 2012, as we welcome Sandra Aldrich, president and CEO of Bold Words, Inc., in Colorado Springs, CO. Sandra is a popular speaker and award-winning author or co-author of nineteen books and is known for presenting life's serious issues with insight, humor, and encouragement. Her speaking style of “make a point, tell a story” has allowed her to be a guest on numerous T.V. and radio programs, including the 700 Club
Tune in to Playtime With Sandra Radio tonight at 9pm Pacific Time. Join Sandra LONDON for a LIVE broadcast featuring new music from Naked Girls Radio artists, hot news and sexy tidbits, and a live reading or two!
LIVE Erotica: The Lady of Death
LIVE Editorial: The Eternal Consumer, aka "The Myth of the Happy Ending"
Rise and Shine,
Come join us as we spend time with our special guest Kim Aldrich. Kim's extensive experience and passion for one-on-one discipleship brings a proven track record and practical touch to her teaching. If you'd like to spark the flame of "lifestyle discipleship" in your women's ministry, Kim would be delighted to train your ladies in some basic principles that will equip them to "go and make disciples" like never before! We are going to do this on this broadcast. Check out her resources just for you: Devotions In Motion Pastor Driven Wife
Meet her on her website: www.kimaldrich.com
On May 13, 2004, a cancer diagnosis changed Joni Aldrich’s life forever. That was the day that she and her 43-year-old husband, Gordon, were told that he had a rare form of cancer. Once the shock wore off, what followed were two years of intense treatments including three stem cell transplants. Joni was Gordon’s primary caregiver often 800 miles away from home. Tragically the cancer invaded his brain, and Gordon died two years to the day after he was diagnosed.
As she went about rebuilding her life, Joni realized that there were invaluable lessons that she’d learned through the process of trying to save Gordon. She gave up her lucrative career and founded Cancer Lifeline Publications. Her own personal mission includes six amazing books (so far) to help others with practical, more focused strategies to survive cancer, caregiving, brain illness, and grief. But that wasn’t enough. Joni now produces and hosts five international radio shows every week: Cancer S.O.S., Diagnosis S.O.S., Caregiving S.O.S., Treatment S.O.S. and Ladies Who Inspire. www.JoniAldrich.com.
Tune in tonight at 8pm Pacific Time for another episode of Playtime With Sandra with your hostess, Sandra LONDON of LiveandGrind.
- Hot Independent Music
-Tidbits and Trivia
- Current Events
Call-In To Speak To Sandra LIVE: 858-815-2333 (during the broadcast, from 8:15-8:50pm Pacific time)
Join co-hosts Suzanne Strisower and Kathleen O'Keefe Kanavos for cutting edge interviews with healers who are sharing their perspectives on health and well being. Our Guest in the first hour: Vangie Rich, Executive Director R. A. Bloch Cancer Foundation
RA Bloch Cancer Foundation Bio: In March, 1978, Richard A. Bloch was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer and told that he had three months to live. He chose to fight for his life and was declared cancer-free two years later. For the remaining twenty-six years of his life, Dick and his wife, Annette, devoted themselves to helping the next person with cancer have the best chance of beating it. Dick passed away in July, 2004 of heart failure. The R.A. Bloch Cancer Foundation continues the mission under Annette’s leadership. http://blochcancer.org/
In the second hour: Joni Aldrich, Author & Radio Host Joni Aldrich is an author and national speaker that usually focuses on difficult subjects such as cancer and caregiving. She’s also a cancer widow who knows the challenges of being single as a mature adult as do the millions of singles over the age of 50 that are left alone every year by either divorce or death of a spouse.
Author Joni Aldrich uses her unique combination of life experience, research, and even humor to publish books full of advice and hope for surviving cancer, caregiving, brain illness, and grief. These helpful books are available at http://BasketofCare.com.
Join us in chat, or call in to speak with our guests at 646-652-2336.
Born in Bristol, UK, of Jamaican parents, Sandra grew up listening to the likes of Aretha Franklin, Amy Grant, Jessy Dixon, Andrae Crouch and Anita Baker. Her earliest memories of singing and songwriting were when she as 12 years old, performing at many conferences, festivals and fronting 2 bands. Sandra came out of these experiences stronger and prepared for her own solo career.
Her classy, refined vocals have been compared to Desiree, Anita Baker and Sade. In Sandra Godley, we see the embodiment of all the things in a diva we hold dear. Beautiful, yet somehow humble, Sandra Godley is so wonderfully talented that she has evolved from being just a singer/songwriter, to being a stylish, multi-genre songstress.
Easily adapting to all of contemporary black music’s offerings, Godley has performed funk, disco, house, soul, and R & B effortlessly.
By herself, Sandra Godley has evolved from the embodiment of the dance-diva to an elegant songstress. Always creative and spontaneous, Godley’s use of power house vocals in conjunction with the ability of holding an audience spellbound as she solos with an acoustic guitar, has taken black music to higher levels. Sandra has performed on many television and radio networks including BBC, Sky and God TV.
With 2 (largely self-penned) albums already under her belt, Sandra’s passion as a singer, songwriter, gifted communicator and entertainer is contagious to anyone who meets her. In 2005
Sweet Surrender demonstrates a variety of influences, showcasing the depth and flexibility of her abilities to include 11 tracks with a variety of styles including a twist of R & B, disco, church, and soul where she undoubtedly brings her signature energetic powerhouse vocals with an abundance of love and encouragement.
Celebrate Sandra LONDON's 30th birthday with yours truly, your Playtime hostess!!! ;)
Tonight's Special Guest will be Sami Yousif, Brand Developer and Marketing/Advertising Guru from Northern California.
Call 858-815-2333 to chat LIVE with your hostess, Sandra LONDON and tonight's Playtime Guest, Sami Yousif of SkyNite.com
TUNE IN @8PM PACIFIC TIME EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT FOR PLAYTIME WITH SANDRA
The April 11, 2013, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with law enforcement official Stacy Dittrich, the author of Searching for Sandra, The Story Behind the Disappearance of Sandra Cantu.
About the Guest
Stacy Dittrich is “an award-winning 15-year law enforcement officer, author, media consultant, and former detective specializing in sex crimes. With past training by a former FBI Behavioral Specialist, Stacy is certified through the National Institute of Truth Verification as an examiner (CVSA- lie detector). Stacy has also been assigned to a federal drug task in the investigations of numerous homicides. In 2002, she received the Victim’s of Crime Award.” Stach Dittrich is the author of Searching for Sandra: The Story Behind the Disappearance of Sandra Cantu.
According to the book description of Searching for Sandra: The Story Behind the Disappearance of Sandra Cantu, “Where was Sandra? Across the country, parents watched with growing panic as the surveillance video was replayed on the evening news: a young girl in black leggings and a Hello Kitty t-shirt, skipping alone through the mobile home park where she lived. Her bouncing steps carried her quickly across the screen and beyond the camera's view-just two weeks after she celebrated her eighth birthday, Sandra Cantu disappeared. Within days, panic gave way to horror when investigators reported that Sandra's neighbor, 28-year-old Melissa Huckaby, had been arrested and charged with the rape and murder of the young girl. Sandra's death at the hands of a trusted adult female sent a powerful message to parents everywhere: The days of warning against "Stranger Danger" are long gone, having been replaced by an even darker era where stereotypes no longer exist and families can never be sure who to trust.”
Based on a private journal, memories, and a blog that chronicled her adventure to India, Sandra Bornstein wrote May This Be the Best Year of Your Life to serve as a resource and guide to help others overcome the challenges of living outside their comfort zone. When her husband accepted a job that required extensive international travel, the author was living her version of the American dream in Colorado, never imagining she would be faced with several dilemmas that left her feeling uncertain. After a series of events, she found herself in a life altering experience that placed her alone in a three-hundred-square-foot dorm room while teaching at a renowned international boarding school in Bangalore. This compelling, honest, and edifying memoir shares everything she learned about perseverance, travel, education, faith, and family. Had Sandra never resided in India, she would have missed out on an experience that ultimately enhanced her resiliency, confidence, and passion for life. Show more Show less