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Join me on Tuesday April 1st from 7:30pm - 8:30pm EST as we speak on a topic that has been troubling my heart Time Out for Selfishness and Time In for Selflessness. My guests this week are Minister Deandre Dukes and the Gospel group Broken. Deandre will be speaking on ways to help us to turn away from selfishness and embrace selflessness. The Gospel group Broken will inspire and uplift you with their angelic vocals. So tell everyone you know to tune in by logging on to www.faithwalkwithjoyce.com or call 347-237-4648.
Should Honesty be Discretionary in Your Relationship? Have You Ever Lied to Avoid Arguing?
Is lying/withholding information always a bad or negative thing when it comes to relationships (yours)? Does lying often help to avoid tension and undue stress? Do you think/feel that not being candid at all times, can some times help to avoid arguments and hurt feelings, and precarious situations? Are people often afraid of the fall out behind absolute honesty in relationships? Would your partner/friend agree that they are better off not knowing the truth sometimes? What are your experiences with honesty vs dishonesty? Do you apply discretion to your candor in your relationships?
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Wine About Books™ brings together the love for literature and the love for wine by creating a sweet connection of literature to the vine. Wine About Books™ is open to every author and genre to celebrate their works and is sure to inspire and surprise readers and listeners from around the world.
9:00 p.m EST - Naleighna Kai
Naleighna Kai, author of the provocative novel, Open Door Marriage, is a Chicago native and award-winning author. She is a contributing author to a New York Times Bestseller, a Mercedez Benz Mentor Award nominee, a noted book club favorite on Oprah.com, and the national bestselling author of Every Woman Needs a Wife, with a spin-off entitled, The Pleasure’s All Mine.
9:30 p.m. EST - Anthony Collins
Anthony D. Collins is the definition of positivity and the embodiment of kinetic energy. That is, his thoughts set in motion truly have the power to bring forth change within. His defining moment came in 2009 at the age of 34, when he realized he was unhappy and sought out to gain his happiness. His testimony touches others and is proof of how someone who once led a dark life can light a spark in others that illuminates lives. His happiness is proof of what a life with energy, selflessness and a spiritual journey can do.
Anthony D. Collins and Trent Williams will discuss "Men dealing with depression and learning to trust our intuition."
Trent is the father of two, a son, brother to some, and a friend to many. Ultimately I AM a servant of GOD! I live life to the fullest and I don’t take any one, any moment, or any opportunity for granted. I use my pen to craft words that inspire, empower and motivate others to reach healing, happiness and love. I am a simple man that can be found in positivity and igniting purpose. As an author, talk show host, and columnist, I convey transparency, honesty and hope through my writing.
Anthony D. Collins is the definition of positivity and the embodiment of kinetic energy. That is, his thoughts set in motion truly have the power to bring forth change within. His defining moment came in 2009 at the age of 34, when he realized he was unhappy and sought out to gain his happiness. His testimony touches others and is proof of how someone who once led a dark life can light a spark in others that illuminates lives. His happiness is proof of what a life with energy, selflessness and a spiritual journey can do. Anthony helps people understand life isn’t about rushing to the finish line, but transitioning from one moment to the next with success. “The number one goal in our lives should be obtaining happiness within first. We are no good to anyone or anything if we are not happy,” Anthony says. “Once we are happy there is nothing that we cannot achieve for ourselves or our loved ones.”
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March 6, 2014 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE: with LaTonya So, Mother and Author of "Through the Eyes of a Mother: Surviving the Sin and Shame of Ghetto Life."
THIS WEEK'S MESSAGE: Sometimes we find ourselves in environments and relationships that we know in our hearts are not right, yet still have a hold on us. Ending a relationship can be a painful struggle. You will need faith in a higher power and someone to keep you on track and help you fill your life with what's missing. But ultimately the decision to end a relationship or to remove yourself from a toxic environment is yours alone. When all else fails, sometimes it helps to step back and ask yourself, point blank, what do you really want? Only you know the answer.
LaTonya So was born in Whiteville, North Carolina to a mother who unfortunately became a drug addict. The low income neighborhood that she lived had long been viewed as the local ghetto. She experienced what most low income children experience growing up in an environment characterized by the illegal drugs, violence, crime, shame and abuse commonly associated with the ghetto. “When you are born in the ghetto, it leads to poor decisions, challenged relationships, abuse of some type and usually results in a series of unfortunate circumstances."
Many spiritual traditions advise selflessness as the road to enlightenment. Think not of yourself but of others and you shall be rewarded. Others say that if we don't put ourselves first we likely won't have anything to give to another. So which is the right path? Do we have to chose one or the other? Matt, Phil and special guest, Good Vibe University's Jeannette Maw will take on these tough questions - you won't want to miss it!
Reading Genesis 13. I mentioned previously that Abram was supposed to leave family behind, but he brought his nephew Lot. Well, it started making trouble by the next chapter. The two had to separate because they were so blessed and wealthy. Abram gave Lot the choice of where to go, and Lot chose the very best, choicest land. Abram agreed without any argument at all, and the next thing that happened was that God renewed a wonderful promise to him. And, by
This special, impromptu episode was laid on my heart in a dream. Quite ironic don't you think? Come join me on No Chaser Radio and share with the world how the memory of Martin Luther King Jr inspires you. Call in number is (347) 202-0850. Call in time: 10PM EST. #NoChaserRadio
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