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  • 00:31

    Youth and Testing

    in Family

    Join co-hosts Eric Komoroff (www.communityofunity.org) and Dr. Jason Stein (iRyze.com) in a discussion about today's youth and the current thoughts and practices of testing in today's schools. Do these tests really work as a true indicator of a child's knowledge? It is good to rely so heavily on test results? Are school children actually learning? These are some of what will be discussed in this episode. 

  • 02:03

    Youth In Action topic "Youth Violence"

    in Radio

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  • 00:30

    Why Is there a disconnect between the Youth and the Elders?

    in Social Networking

    Tonight we listen to the viewpoints of the youth. A continuation of last shadow's show...

  • 00:31

    Youth and Benefits of Therapy

    in Family

    Join Eric Komoroff  (www.communityofunity.org) and Dr. Jason Stein (iRyze.com) in a discussion about today's youth and the benefits of therapy. Joining the discussion will be Barrie Sueskind. Sueskind is a strength-based therapist who incorporates somatic techniques into talk therapy, providing a holistic approach that treats the entire person. She utilizes the Trauma Resiliency Model, teaching clients tools for anxiety-management and regulation of depression, and EMDR, an innovative technique for trauma processing. Areas of specialization include relational challenges, family issues, codependency, anxiety, depression, and life purpose. She works with adolescents, adults, and couples, and runs a variety of groups. This will be a very thought-provoking discussion not to be missed.

  • 00:18

    Meet Light of Christ Youth Ministry

    in Christianity

    Light of Christ Chuch in Northeastern Pennsylvania is a truly special house of worship.  We are radically devoted to Christ, irrevocably committed to one another and relentlessly dedicated to reaching the children of God.  In this introductory radio show, come meet our Senior Pastor, Patricia Lee and hear of the many ministries that are changng lives by spreading the word of our Lord.  Brought to you by the Youth Ministry, our radio hosts Anthony & Julia will speak with our Pastor to share the unique and wonderful programs at our church and our vision for the future.


     

  • 00:16

    Why do we let people who commit violence or lie to the public talk?

    in Self Help

    I don't care why someone commits murder, they should be made to pay the price.  The price should be commensurate with the crime.  Don't let them talk, don't let them try to explain their way out of doing murder or lying.


    The Oklahoma City Bomber should have been made to sit on a drum of explosives in an isolated area and made to sit and sit and just when he thinks he is safe, explode the bomb.  Let him feel the tragedy he visited on so many people, let him know the fear of the unknown.


    Being lenient with people, giving excuses to and for people who commit heinous acts is not my job.  I don't want to be distracted from the serious nature of what crime they committed.


    We have people sitting in prison with life sentences for selling or using marijuana.  Why?  Nowadays using marijuana as long as you are not trafficking in it or lacing it with LSD or some poison it is considered a misdemeanor.


    Things are not quite right with the legal system.  I like the judge who sentenced a young girl to walk 30 miles or spend 30 days in jail and pay a fine a more just punishment for using a taxi cab to get some place and then stiff the driver.


    Letting people lie about stealing money is dangerous.  If a corporation or people lie for whatever reason there should be a punishment, not an excuse, a slap on the hand and a promise not to do it again.  Lying becomes a habit and should be stopped at an early age.  If not stopped then the punishment should fit the crime.  Rachel Dolezal lied about being black;  I don't know what her punishment should be, but I wouldn't let her go on public tv and explain it.  There is no justification for what she has done and if she is mentally ill treat the illness don't parade her around.


    You can tell I am really upset by people who get away with doing wrong - don't make them public figures

  • 00:31

    Youth and Graduating High School

    in Family

    Join co-hosts Dr Jason Stein (iRyse.com) and Eric Komoroff (www.communityofunity.org) as they explore the developmental markers for adolescents becoming adults.What are the signs that a child is becoming an adult? Is graduation from high school just a rite of passage or does it really signify something more important? Turning 18 is the mythical age of freedom, but in reality there is a significant increase in responsibility. These are just a few points which will be discussed in this episode.

  • 00:30

    Youth and Peer Pressure

    in Family

    Join Eric Komoroff (www.communityofunity.org) and Dr. Jason Stein (iRyze.com) in a discussion about today's youth and helping them deal with peer pressure. From what they want to wear, which technology they ask permission to use, or what activities they want to be part of, our children's behavior is many times a reflection of the influences and pressures that come from their peer group. How to balance these with parental controls, which battles to choice, and when to draw the line are some of what will be discussed in this episode. 

  • 00:32

    Dealing with Sexual Violence in America

    in Women

    Sexual violence is a significant problem in the United States. Sexual violence refers to "sexual activity where consent is not obtained or not given freely."  This form of violence is both a public health and human rights problem; causing both short- and long-term consequences on a women's physical, mental, and sexual and reproductive health.


    Sexual violence can occurs in the context of an intimate partnership, within one's family or community structure, or during times of national/political conflict, it is a deeply violating and painful experience for the survivor.


    SPOTLIGHT INTERVIEW:  Edlyne Verna - Executive Director of Christians United Against Sexual Violence and Homophobia in Haiti
    MUSIC SPOTLIGHT: Last Name: Christian by Bishop Kelley


     

  • 01:00

    Are Today's Youth Unreachable???

    in Lifestyle

    Are today's youth unreachable is the questions that should be ringing in the hearts of all Americans especially Parents and Leaders that influence the lives of our young people. We are losing our youth at a resounding rate and the host of Let's Talk Truth along with her guest will explore the devastating loss to suicide, jail, and mental disability and seek to find solutions. Join us tonight, Tuesday, June 23, 2015 at 7:30 pm (cst) by dialing 347-843-4945 to share your thoughts. You could be the voice our youth will hear.

  • 01:24

    Youth In Action ‘in sight and ready to Fight’

    in Social Networking

    Persistence Helps Achieve Strength Enhancing Success


    ‘E Phases’ is a mentoring program designed specifically with the thought of inner-city youth in mind.  Founder, CEO Katheryn Clark-Thompson, wife, mother, counselor, and advocate desires to assist the youth of today achieve and maximize the potential within themselves.  Clark-Thompson counsels and advocates for young men and women daily in the crisis intervention arena.  After pacing for 14 years to complete a higher education, obtaining a Doctorate in Religious Counseling from Gospel Ministries Outreach Theological Institute, she is now focused on giving men, women and youth access to knowledge and tools required to achieve. On all levels the focus is locating the potential and realizing through acquired knowledge the purpose.


    Monique Davis, E Phases Program Director, graduate of Texas Southern University with a Bachelor in Social Work stands to teach the benefit of hard work and dedication.  Currently, as a Youth Advocate and Community Living Specialist, Davis has over 2,500 hours of helping at-risk youth and community development projects.  


    Level One Fitness’ Owner, CEO, Certified Personal Trainer, Mentor, Life Coach Kentavious Jones.  ‘Level One Fitness’ Youth Sports Development Head Coach Jones, earned a B.A. in Communications from Texas Sothern University.  Jones was an intern of the Sports Information and Community Development Program at Texas Southern University.


    Together, the founding program trio of Clark-Thompson, Davis and Jones anticipate watching inner-city youth take on the six ‘E Phases’ and celebrate with each mentee as they graduate from E Phase to E Phase.  ‘E Phases’ will celebrate with youth on each achieved phase and individual goals. 

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