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Call To Action...Wake Up!
Call To Action/ Speak Out Speak Up continued June 26, 2015 at the same time of 6pm est. Today we listened to our objectives, goals, and true examples of oppression. Tomorrow, we will be able to Speak Up live on the air of Blogtalkradio. Invite a friend/colleague if you want to have a say in your child's future and your own. There is a saying, "You Have Not Because You Ask Not". Is it or is it not true? We want to hear from you. See you on the online radio talkshow tomorrow same time, same station. Simply call into the line at 6pm sharp and standbye to the following conference:
718-664-6189. Speak now or forever hold your peace. The choice is up to you
Simply call the following number JUNE 22 at 6pm. est. (718) 664-6189 Sunday at 6pm. Greetings Announcement Objective Goals Managed open forum Closing We got work to do or there will be a repeat of history and another African American Holocaust. We need to come together for our posterity. We look forward to seeing everyone there. If you do nothing, we get nothing. We must take a stand now unless it closer, closer, and closer to your home and my home and all of our homes next.
**There were technical difficulties on the online radio show, tonight. However, we will have a much better outcome with our continuation follow-up conference call on June 22, 2015 at the same scheduled time of 6pm est.** Thank you for your understanding.
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Sex Education in the 21st Century Schools of Today
Showtime: June 29, 2015
Have schools gone too far by adding another option to male and female on school forms? Today there is discussion on options as follows: male, female
or transgender. The teachers will also begin teaching children about anal sex and other transgender options as a part of sex education. Do kids need to know this much as teens? Would you want your child included in this type of class or not? Speak Out Speak Up. We want to hear from you.
Studio lines and online radio links open for our show at 6pm weekdays.
Simply call at 6pm sharp: (718) 664-6189 or listen to our shows online at our website as follows: www.BlogTalkRadio.com/Lady-Salena
You are your child's best advocate. It starts and ends with you. Speak Out now and make a difference in your voice and your vote.
Hostess: Salena Pinckney
Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! when host Scott McCausey discusses the difficult role of the pastor’s wife with Nan Jones.
Nan Jones is an author/speaker who uses the words of her heart to assist fellow Christians in discovering the presence of God in their darkest hour. Her devotional blog, Morning Glory, has become a place of community for Christians to find encouragement in God’s Word and comfort in His presence. She has been published in several anthologies, as well as the online inspirational sites Christian Devotions and Inspire a Fire.
She is thrilled to announce her debut book, The Perils of a Pastor’s Wife, released June 30, 2015 by Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas. When Nan is not writing, she enjoys leading prayer retreats, Bible studies, or sharing God’s love as keynote speaker for special events. She is becoming known by her brand, Even so, I walk in the Presence of the Lord, as she teaches her audience to go beyond the veil to find God’s presence.
Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! as host Scott McCausey brings in television host of the Christian View, Dawn Mooring.
Dawn Mooring is a woman passionate about God and His Word. Her desire is to see women fall in love with their Savior and understand that the Bible is the “Guidebook for Life.”
Dawn has made it her mission in life to move women in a closer relationship with God and others by her living and teaching the concept of the Exchanged Life. She has an extraordinary way of presenting the Truth of God’s Word in a convincing, challenging, and meaningful manner. Her presentations motivate women to deepen their own personal walk with God.
Dawn’s years of personal Bible study and her experiences as a seasoned Bible teacher and women’s ministry director and counselor all come into play as she leads retreats, presents keynote messages at banquets and brunches, and shares God’s Word at women’s conferences. Her heart overflows with her genuine love for women. Her warmth, humor, and charm put women at ease and make them want to listen and apply every word as Dawn shares her heart. See more at: http://dawnmooring.com/#sthash.v71lYH62.dpuf
Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! when Scott shares the road of cancer survival with author and Boot Camp graduate Venita McCart.
Venita McCart began her ministry of encouraging cancer patients in 2004 and founded Faith Force Cancer Support Group Ministry in 2005. According to statistics at the time of her cancer diagnosis in 2000, her prognosis for survival was grim.
Because of her passion for Christ and a call to serve those dealing with cancer, she has been in contact with countless cancer patients and loved ones through her care group, personal contacts, writing, and speaking. Her goal is to encourage cancer patients and their loved ones from the perspective of faith.
Venita serves as the Support Group Ministry Director in her church. She is an award-winning volunteer with the American Cancer Society and a member of the American Brain Tumor Association. Venita is a member of Word Weavers, has been published with Christian Devotions.us, and writes the material for her Faith Force Support Group Ministry meetings. Her favorite earthly joy is to spend time with her husband Gary, their two adult children (and spouses), and her six grandchildren.
Her first book, “It’s Cancer” – Finding Help and Hope on the Road to Recovery, was
written to encourage cancer patients, survivors, and loved ones. It was released by Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas and is available on Amazon. Venita and Gary live in central Illinois. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! when Scott interview Beth Saadati.
Beth Saadati has sown her time and heart into the lives of hundreds of teens—and reaped an abundance of laughter and life in return. A certified high school English teacher, she is currently teaching composition classes, homeschooling her son (age nine) and daughter (age twelve), and crafting a novel.
For more than two decades Beth has taught in public school, private school, and home school settings. Jenna, Beth's effervescent firstborn daughter, was her favorite teenage student before Beth lost her, without warning, to suicide resulting from bullying. On January 2, 2013, the world as Beth had known it forever changed.
Now, through speaking and writing, Beth encourages others to fight through heartbreak and hurt as she transparently journeys through the painful aftermath of her beloved daughter's death. Four of Beth’s stories have been published in Chicken Soup for the Soul books in 2015. She was also awarded first place in the SC chapter of American Christian Fiction Writers' first five pages contest.
Beth is working on a young adult novel, Breathe, based on Jenna's true story. At the 2015 Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference (BRMCWC), this book received the BelieversTrust Beyond the Steeple Award for the work deemed to hold the greatest potential to impact a mainstream audience.
Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! where Scott will be joined by savvy writers Saundra Dalton-Smith and Debra Coleman Jeter.
Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith is a board certified internal medicine physician. She shares with audiences nationwide on the topics of eliminating limiting emotions, finding grace in difficult places, and experiencing personal renewal by drawing near to God. Dr. Dalton-Smith is a national and international media resource on the mind, body, spirit connection and has been featured in Women's Day, Redbook, and First for Women magazine. She is the founder of I Choose My Best Life. Her other books include award-winning Set Free to Live Free: Breaking Through the 7 Lies Women Tell Themselves and most recently from Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas, Come Empty.
A Vanderbilt University professor, Debra Coleman Jeter has published fiction and nonfiction in popular magazines, including Working Woman, New Woman, Self, Home Life, Savvy, Christian Woman, and American Baby. Her story, Recovery, won first prize in a Christian women’s short story competition, and her nonfiction book Pshaw, It’s Me Grandson: Tales of a Young Actor was a finalist in the 2007 USA Book News Awards. She is a co-writer of the screenplay for Jess + Moss, a feature film which premiered in 2011 at the Sundance Film Festival, screened at nearly forty film festivals around the world, and captured several international awards. She lives in Clarksville, Tennessee, with her husband, where she’s releasing her newest book, The Ticket.
Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! as writing teacher, speaker, and suspense author Mike Dellosso shares his cancer-surviving story and new book.
Mike Dellosso is the author of eight novels of suspense, an adjunct professor of creative writing and popular conference teacher, a husband, and a father. When he’s not lost in a story, working, or spending time with his family, he enjoys reading and dabbling in pencil sketching. Mike has a master’s degree in theology and serves with his wife in their local church. He is also a colon cancer survivor and healthcare worker. Born in Baltimore, Mike now resides in southern Pennsylvania with his wife and four daughters.
His newest book Centralia has just released. Get your copy at http://www.amazon.com/Centralia-Mike-Dellosso/dp/1414390416.
If you or one of your loved ones was a victim in the brutality of Ga inmates after the Sit down took place in 2011 please inbox us, we are airing a live show Saturday and want to hear their story,,,,, we are also looking for Sandra! All are welcome to call and speak about the issues that concern the past and present treatment of inmates and their families
Call 646-668-8674 at 2pm Saturday! To speak live on our show
Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! as Scott interviews two Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas authors, Buck Storm and Karen Campbell Prough.
Buck Storm grew up in Yuma, Arizona—a true son of the American Southwest. He's marked time as a commercial diver, fisherman, sailor, and musician. As a singer/songwriter and purveyor of tales, he's bounced around the planet with a guitar and a pocketful of stories and has made friends in venues across the country. Whether lyrics or prose, Buck writes about this mixed-up, out of control, beautiful cacophony we call humanity. Buck and his wife Michelle have a happy love story, a hideout in North Idaho, and two wonderful children. The Miracle Man is his first novel.
Karen Campbell Prough grew up with a love for old books and steadfast characters. She spent some of her childhood entertaining younger brothers with short stories created by a wild imagination. She and her husband Edward have often camped in the Georgia Mountains, and there she placed the characters of her first book, The Girl Called Ella Dessa.
Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! as Scott brings in a friend of the ministry, respected teacher and theologian Israel Wayne.
Israel Wayne is an author and conference speaker who has a passion for defending the Christian faith and promoting a biblical worldview. The author of Homeschooling from a Biblical Worldview and Full-Time Parenting: A Guide to Family-Based Discipleship, Israel is the Director of Family Renewal and site editor for ChristianWorldview.net. He is a homeschooled graduate, father of eight and author of Questions God Asks, which was released in the spring of 2014 by New Leaf Press.
Jesus rarely answered questions He was asked, but instead turned the tables by asking a piercing question of His own. Questions Jesus Asks goes through a broad spectrum of these, dealing with issues like morality, suffering, humility, faith, and much more.