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Heartline with Rita Schulte
For more infomation on Rita and her new book "Shattered" please vist her web site at www.ritaschulte.com
Checking the Pulse on your heart by taking a look at some of the cutting edge issues that are affecting you and the people around you. And have you consider...
How in the world is all this mess called life affecting your heart?
I can’t explain why I decided to eat again, except for the way I saw myself clearly one day for the skeleton I was. And I wanted then, more than anything to be normal. It was never about the food, and all about the scapegoats. Eventually, we’re left emptier for trying to pass the blame. That’s a quote by Emily Wierenga from her book Chasing Silhouettes: how to help a loved one battling an ED. Emily’s struggle with anorexia began when she was only 9 years old. Today, she’s healthy, happy and on a mission to help other young women find freedom.
Toniight on the show we review one of Atl's newest adultNightspots ClubSilhouettes at 1905 Piedmont Rd. Silhouettes is Atlant'a's newest version of Atlanta's adult nightlife. Willona tonight will gie you the head up on what happenong at the club. Also we discuss whether HipHop is a little bit chauvanistic when it come to fine women. Are fine women being relegated to just being stunt pieces in hiphop? Call in toght and let us know how you feel about this issue. (718) 664-988
She was a home-schooled pastor’s daughter who wasn’t allowed to play with Barbies or dance. Her mum made sure there would be nothing that could tempt her daughter to be vain, or to contract an eating disorder. So she went ahead and got one anyway.
At the age of nine, Emily Wierenga began to restrict her food intake, and by the time she was 13, she was so severely anorexic nurses were surprised she was still alive.
Chasing Silhouettes: How to Help a Loved One Battling an Eating Disorder is the story of a broken family that finds healing through an eating disorder. It’s the story of how even good Christians need redemption, and how eating disorders pervade all homes—even the seemingly perfect ones.
A unique resource, it addresses the whole of the illness: physical, mental, emotional and spiritual, providing shocking insight into the disordered eater’s mind that no other book will offer.
In addition to a stirring personal narrative, Chasing Silhouettes is comprised of advice from some of the nation’s top eating disorder experts, sample prayers for when yours run out, as well as stories of others who’ve battled—and overcome—eating disorders
The Silhouettes - The Silhouettes were a Philadelphia doo-wop and soul group best known for their self-penned song Get A Job, recorded in 1957 and a number one hit on the R&B and pop charts in 1958. Original Members Bill Horton (lead, 1956-61, 1980-93) Raymond Edwards (bass, 1956-61, 1980-93) Earl Beal (baritone, 1956-68, 1980-93) Richard Lewis (tenor, 1956-68, 1980-93)
Later Members John Wilson (lead, 1961-1968) Cornelius Brown (bass 1961-1968) Elaine Lewis, widow of Silhouette Rick Lewis was an integral part of the group's revival in the 1980s and who is now releasing a brand new CD compilation of the groups music.
Call in Number - (949) 209-2956
The Silhouettes were a Philadelphia doo-wop and soul group best known for their self-penned song Get A Job, recorded in 1957 and a number one hit on the R&B and pop charts in 1958.
The untold story - Tony Mammarella, Dick Clark's program director, had half the publishing on their follow-up Headin' For The Poorhouse and it never got any airplay on American Bandstand - how bizarre is that?
Elaine Lewis, Widow of Silhouette Rick Lewis, Elaine was an integral part of the group's revival in the 1980s and recently released a complilation CD of unreleased songs of the group.
Camay McClure is the Executive Producer and Host of The Ms. Camay Show. She is a Kaplan University Graduate with an AAS in Paralegal Studies, National Lifetime Title Holder in Plus Size Pageantry, Plus Size Model and Paralegal. She is the CEO of Ms. Camay International, LLC, the umbrella company supporting Ms. Camay's passion and commitment to inspire people across the nation and around the world.
Her vision can see society embracing the real substance of women and recognizing their power and purpose in the world. I see women encouraging other women to love themselves and their bodies. Camay will uplift and encourage women to change their view of themselves and embrace their curves, representing the full figured women of the world.
Camay’s mission involves an electrifying personality and passion to be a fierce, curvy business professional that encourages people in the community I live in. I will inspire and encourage others to utilize their God given anointing to bless others, using my Platform in Pageantry as my mountain to stand on.
She is passionate about her groundbreaking mission to change society’s view of what beautiful really is, captivating their attention and focus. Educating society, showing them women with full silhouettes that make you look twice, cover over 60% of the female population. This Lifetime Queen will do all I can to ensure that imagery resonates in the fashion and modeling industry for years to come.
Ms. Camay is an International Best Selling Author and so much more. It is my honor tonight to bring to you MS. CAMAY MCCLURE!!
On the next Chenese Lewis Show, CEO of Pinup Girl Clothing Laura Byrnes and Creative Director, Micheline Pitt. Pinup Girl Clothing produces and showcases vintage-inspired garments, styled after classic 1940s, 50s, and 60s silhouettes, but with a modern woman in mind, coining the term pinup-style clothing. The company believes in “Couture for Everybody”, a movement dedicated to providing an array of women’s sizes from extra small to 4X!
THU APRIL 2, 2015 LIVE 8:00AM TIL 11:00AM It's your host the KING DJ of QUARTET music the CC COUNTRY BOY, on the number 1 QUARTET STATION in the WORLD, the NFI Radio Gospel Network Raleigh N.C. in HD2 sound. 7 days a week, 13 HOUR a day, catch the WAVE.
Following the CC COUNTRY BOY at 11:00AM it's your host the ANOINTED 1 playing the very best in gospel music don't miss the ANOINTED 1 in Raleigh N.C. SAT APRIL 4, 2015 at the EZRA CENTER 3670 Baston ln Raleigh N.C. in the Tower Shopping Center. it's the 5th Annuel Pioneer Award Show Case Honoring various recording artist around the world.admission $10.00 featuring The Gospel Silhouettes of Apex N.C. Destiny Journey of Raleigh N.C. Mr. William Bill McCoy and Mr. Leroy Steward also featuring Bro James Hinton and the Word Singers of Norfolk VA. the New Cooper Brothers of Raleigh N.C. Men of Glory of Winston Slem N.C. and recording artist the Legon Mighty Golden Bells of Raleigh N.C Special guest Gospel Comedian Ms Beula Mae. TIME 6:00pm for more info call 919 274-9968 Radio and T.V. Host Therlin Kearney be there.
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and new music from:
Kayla Jay w/ 'Sleeping w/ The Enemy'
Force Majeure w/ 'Silhouettes' (Remix)
Chillz w/ 'Roll Bounce'
Kt Mulholland w/ 'Little Something'
Frank Desalvo w/ 'The Burning Hill'
Superfreak w/ 'Last Night'
Edmund Greyhood w/ 'Dancing'
Sterile Jets w/ 'Olly Olly Oxen Free'
Melody w/ 'Christmas Is Here'
Cafe Por Las Venas w/ 'Largo Camino'
Knife Sotelo w/ 'Wiggy'
Tonights show will be a review fo all the Atlanta Stripclubs. From the Cheetah to Magic City. From The Oasis to Strokers. Tonight we'll give you a quick overview of the clubs and the girls and what you will get when you visit these estabishments. Cheetah (high end all audience cllub near Ga Tech). Magic City (Urban Adult Ckub Icon). Follies (current great have a good time club). Silhouettes (new club on Piedmont rd). Mardi Gras (Atlanta's quiet Northside night spot. Call in at 11PM (718) 664-988
I am a wife, mother, and believer.
I am an eating disorder survivor, who makes art with words and paint.
I have two books coming out, this year and next, on the eating disorder journey. The first is 'Chasing Silhouettes: How to Help a Loved One Battling an Eating Disorder' (Ampelon, 2012), and the second, co-authored by Dr. Dena Cabrera, is 'Mom in the Mirror: Body Image, Beauty and Life After Pregnancy' (Rowman and Littlefield, 2013).
My first book, 'Save My Children: The Story of a Father's Love,' was published by Castle Quay Books in September of 2008.
I am represented by Sandra Bishop of MacGregor Literary. I also serve as a volunteer counselor through FINDINGbalance and am a Navigator with the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA).
I am a monthly columnist for the Christian Courier, arts feature editor for TS Poetry, regular contributor to A Deeper Story, and a paid contributor to The High Calling. A former associate editor, ghostwriter and staff writer, I have written for Christianity Today (Kyria), Christian Week, Faith Today, Adbusters, Geez, The Anglican Planet, Focus on the Family, Christian Courier, and In Touch, in addition to having served as copy editor for the Christian Courier.
In May of 2012 my news story for Faith Today, "Parents Forgive their Child's Abductor," took first place in the Canadian Church Press Awards. According to Judge Mark Bourrie, "This is a very moving piece. The sense of joy, hope, faith and forgiveness that comes through simply grabs the heart. An inspiring story. Wierenga captures the terror of every parent's worst fear and tells how the parents of Kienan Hebert's faith never wavered in spite of the tremendous test that it faced. Told with sensitivity, care and skill. "