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A former television and radio news reporter, ReShonda is an editor for the Houston Defender Newspaper, as well as a professional editor, ghost writer and literary consultant. She has worked as a reporter for The National Enquirer and as an anchor and reporter for NBC, ABC and FOX television stations in Beaumont, TX, Oklahoma City, OK and Houston, TX. She left her job at FOX 26 News in Houston in 2007 to write full-time.
ReShonda is the national bestselling author of 30 books. Her sophomore novel, Let the Church Say Amen, has been made into a movie, directed by actress Regina King and produced by Queen Latifah’s Flava Unit Productions. The movie is slated to be released in Spring 2014. (ReShonda, who served as a consultant, makes a cameo in the movie). Her entire Amen series, as well as the novel I Know I’ve Been Changed has been optioned by BET. ReShonda also makes her on-screen acting debut in the movie, which will air in 2013 as part of BET’s new original programming lineup. Several of her faith-based books have become a sought-after property in Hollywood.
A much sought-after public speaker, ReShonda recently won the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literature for her book Say Amen, Again and was nominated again in 2013 for her book The Secret She Kept.
On February 3, 2014, ReShonda Tate Billingsley along with National Best Selling author, Victoria Christopher Murray launched Brown Girls Publishing, their new boutique publishing company. Visit www.browngirlspublishing.com.
News about Yuvette Henderson gunned down at Home Depot, the Tate-Brown killing by cops, Montana lawmaker wants to put the brakes on the police, the Memphis PD has threatened their black police officers who complain about racism, and more. A special thank you to Crystal Blanton for allowing the use of her poem "Blessing for Black Mothers Everywhere". Music by Curtis Mayfield, Ray Charles, Nina Simone, Sweet Honey in the Rock, Gil Scot Heron, and Stevie Wonder. (Special Episode runs approx 1:35)
Tonight, Tonal Alchemist and internationally known spiritual teacher, Mary Electra, discusses with us, The Power of Sound. We'll learn what "tonal alchemy" is all about, delve into using sound to heal, discuss where Hathor fits into all this and she'll share some powerful chants you won't want to miss!
This weekend, the first in March, marks the time of the Isidis Navigium or Festival of Isis, in the ancient world. In honor of She of Ten Thousand Names and her ritual in Egypt, Greece and rome - and right here on the California coast, I will share with you a presentation I gave to the American Academy of Religion's Western Region on the herstory of this sacred ritual and how Isis is inspiring a living tradition in contemporary times. So, sit back and get comfortable as we travel back through time and back through the lens of Isis and her ritual, the Isidis Navigium or Isis Navigates.
With February 6th marking International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation, we have with us Nina Smart to discuss this barbaric practice suffered by young girls and women across the globe!
Crossing the threshold into the second half of the show, we also mark the season of Mardi Gras in my hometown of New Orleans. I'll share with you the holiday parade Schedule and discuss the many parades named for Goddesses Isis, Olympia, Nyx, Eve, Nemesis, and Selene. I'll also share with you the pagan roots of Mardi Gras from my book, Sacred Places of Goddess: 108 Destination.
We know that God can work through instruments, through people and through miracles, to bring people to health. Whether a person is sick physically, emotionally or spirituall; we know quited plainly and clearly that God is not only concern about our spiritual needs but God is also concern about our natural, physical and emotional needs as well. I want to talk about the emotional need of being heal from fear, because this is what I saw in Nick Gordon. I saw a man that needs to come clean concerning Withney Houston Brown and Bobbie Kristine Brown. Healing mentally come only from God and not a plant.
ENVISION THIS: Humankind shifting toward the ideals of the Sacred Feminine and eco- feminist spirituality will save the world.
In Goddess Calling, Karen Tate shares with her readers, “Inspirational Messages and Meditations of Sacred Feminine Liberation Thealogy.” (No, she has not misspelled “Theology” which suggests that God is male!) Thealogy is a reclamation of humanity’s ancient allegiance to the Feminine Divine.
Virtually all stories of the Goddess come to us obscured and disempowered by thousands of years of patriarchal interpreters. Even many current feminist interpretations are colored by revolt against the patriarchy and desire for “equal” rights to the spoils of domination. How can men and women embrace one another as holy?
How can each of us find the shrouded Feminine Divine, separating truth from myth, and see what a Goddess with equal status with God has to offer humankind as we move toward a holistic future that is more viable, resilient, equitable, and Earth-friendly?
Karen Tate is with us this evening to help us explore this question in its many aspects and implications. For over two decades, Karen's work has been fueled by her intense interest and passion for travel, comparative religions, ancient cultures, and Goddess Spirituality. As editor of Voices of the Sacred Feminine, she gives human voice to the “sacred roar” of the Goddess calling out to today’s humanity.
Tonight Jason Miller will share the secrets of erotic magic from his book, Sex, Sorcery and Spirit. The sexual act is possibly the most potent - and pleasureable gateway to the primordial. Fom the Tantric mysteries of Hinduism and Buddhism and the inner alchemy of Taoism, to the sacrament of the bridal chamber in Christianity - and of course, the traditions of Western Magic and Witchcraft - sex pervades the highest and most secret teachings all over the world. In our conversation with Jason, we'll delve into what exactly erotic alchemy actually is, how Aleister Crowley's teachings differ from his, why this type of erotica always seems to be focused on the male and how the GLBT folks can adapt this book for their use. We'll talk about dedicated vs casual partners for this practice, if sex magic is dangerous and given the popularity of the book, 50 Shades of Grey, is there a place for BDSM in sex magic? And no doubt, you'll want to know if you can use sex magic to get a job or find a lover. and if we can use orgasm to achieve high levels of spiritual attainment..Yes, I'll ask! :)
Welcome to our Saturday Worship Service for those who may not be able to attend church and anyone else for whatever reason they choose to join us in this worship experience. YOU ARE WELCOME
What is covenant breaking?
Covenant breaking is the foundation or the basis to all sin. Covenant breaking is a henious crime, because it is a crime of betrayal of someone turst and confidence in another. What made the betrayal of Jesus Christ so offensive and malicious was Judas was an intmate, close friend of Jesus and he betrayed Jesus with a kiss.
Oracle, ritualist, initiator, Yeshe Mathews, author of The Way of the Rabbit, Priestess in the Oakland Temple of Aphrodite and host of Tea and Chanting Sangha will discuss Building Modern Matriarchies. We'll hear Yeshe's ideas on why a matriarchy is better than a patriarchal system of community, how one can go about building a matriarchy, how men and gender fluid individuals can participate in matriarchy and she'll tell us why matriarchy isn't just patriarchy in the reverse. Yeshe will tell us what it means for Goddess devotees to live in matriarchal communities and the challenges that arise.
Who Is the Lord that I Should Obey His Voice?
The word “who”introduces something or someone, in order that we may get further information about a person or people previously mentions. Who is a pronoun, a possessive pronoun, when speaking of a person. Who implied a question, therefore, when we ask ‘who” is God, we are saying we do not know and we are inferring and trying to understand God and what it is that He does, where did He come from and how does He relate to us as we are.
Some people may claim that they know God, and who He is, however, does their behavior and the things they say and do, says “I know God” and I know who He is, that is another question. In addition, if we know Him, are we obeying His Word or His “Voice” However, if we do not obey His Word, which is God’s Voice, then the Bible say we do not know Him and we are not His.
Adam Tate and Joey Barnes of Tribute Racing are joined by Christopher DeHarde of motorsport.com, Josh Farmer of motorsport monday and Matt Weaver of popularspeed.com.
The gang will talk Kevin Harvick's record streak of finishes, the recent caution filled chaos in California and a look ahead to Martinsville where Chase Elliot will be making his first Spring Cup series start.
They also look ahead to the IndyCar season and the Mazda Road to Indy ladder series kicking off at St. Pete. F1 in the Malaysian Grand Prix and MotoGP in Qatar.
Tune in for all this and more as we take you In the Gravel Trap.
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