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Do I need to have a website if my business is small or if the product I’m selling or the service I’m offering is not online-based?
In this tech-savvy world where children get to learn how to operate a tablet computer even before they learn how to read, it may come as a surprise to know that there are still small business owners out there who miss out on one of the most powerful marketing tools available to them.
I somehow understand the hesitation. The World Wide Web can be a labyrinth for beginner Christian entrepreneurs. It’s challenging enough to start a business; having to learn technical things can be an added stress.
But you don’t need to be techy in order to establish your business presence online. The key is in knowing the basics and finding the right people to do it for you.
In this episode we talk to author and speaker Holly Nelson, owner of 2C Development Group, a website development company. Holly’s business has been around since 1996, creating sites that convert visitors into customers.
Holly will share with us important information website-less business owners need to know before sourcing for a company to help you build your company website.
Livng as a christian in collge! Marvin tells us how it can be done successfully
3 single saved Christian women!
Cohost of A Godly Womans View Prophetess Khandice Stephanie Booker, former wife of NFL player, now divorced and single agaiin.
GUEST INTERVIEW: never been married. Pastor Florrie Gadson is a native of the Garden State of New Jersey. She is the Founder & Pastorof Rhema Word Ministries LLC which began 10 years ago in the City of Paterson. located at 511 East 22nd Street, Paterson, NJ.. CHURCH MUSICIAN FOR OVER 20 YEARS, PRAISE & WORSHIP LEADER,PROGRAM DIRECTOR of Rhema Project Rescue Literacy Project . A MEMBER of the Paterson Pastor’s Workshop, Inc. in the City of Paterson.A Board MEMBER of the Workforce Investment Bureau of Passaic CountyLICENSED PRE-PLAN COUNSELOR for CMS Mid-Atlantic in the State of New Jersey. CHRISTIAN RADIO PANELIST for Holy Hills Internet Radio, Columbus, OH•Former PRESIDENT of the North New Jersey Young People Holy Association of United Holy Church of America Inc. North New JerseyFormer PRINCIPAL of the Dawn Treader Christian School, Paterson, New JerseyFormer COUNSELOR AND MUSICIAN of Straight and Narrow Methadone Clinic Paterson, New Jersey
Jamiela Young divorced and single raising 2 children
Tonight in the talkback lounge we are talking about the dilemma single christian women face in finding a life partner. Should these women actively pursue a partner or do they wait for God to bring that person to them? The ratio of single women in the church to single men is about 7 women to One man. So for single christian men going to church must be close to sitting in a sweet shop full of candy bars. If you are overlooked again and again, what are the chances that you will find your Boaz when the odds are so stacked against you?
Join Ebony and Jaz in the Talkback lounge and let's chop it up. You can call or Skype in on 3479457556 or please leave a question or comment in the chat room
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Do you ever feel depleted, worn out, or hopeless? I think as single mothers many of us have experienced these feelings. How do you begin to feel fulfilled, energized and hopeful? This happens when you draw closer to God our ultimate source of joy and contentment. LIfe is busy as a single mom, but if you don't make your first prioirty God then you will stay on that never ending hamster wheel of life always running to keep up, but never enjoying all that God has in store for you. Today I will talk about how to draw near to God and carving out time in your day for the spiritual nourisment your body craves.
Join me in the beginning of my series on, "Avoiding the Single Mom Burnout."
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It's natural to desire to be in a relationship. And if you beliee in "happily ever after" then that's what you desire. And yet a lot of women, particularly black women, aren't coupled up. But why? Is the so-called shortage of good black men real or a myth? Have many black women given up on finding a good brother? Would they rather be single than date and marry interracially? And is this a viable option for black women? Can a woman be single, celibate and happy?
"Some black women choose to be single rather than settle, but rarely is this discussed as a real explanation for why some black women are unmarried," writes Angela Stanley, a researcher at the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity at Ohio State University. (Black, Female & Single, NYTimes.com, 12/10/11)
We'll hear Dionne Renae's story as to why she is, at 34, Young, Single & Celibate in the City. That's Thursday, April 30, 6:30pm ET on She Struts Radio. Tune in.