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  • 00:01

    Know What You Believe Chris Pascale and The Urban Prophet

    in Moms and Family

    What is happening today in the world the church needs deperately to be on the forefront of discussion. Next month the Supreme court will determine marriage. The riots in the urban communities seemingly are week to week. The issue of education in the inner city seems to be lost and the discussion of more african american abortipons than live births is not even mentioned.

  • 01:31

    Let's Talk Urban 1 Invites Yara Kaleemah to the Platform

    in Books

    Yara Kaleemah was born in Newark, NJ in the early 90's. As a child she would spend hours writing stories. When her friends were outside, playing, she was in the house writing. Being that she was an only child she had a lot of time on her hands. Naturally, when people asked what she wanted to be when she grew up she would say "an author."
    In 2013, Yara published her first novella, Too Much to Chew. It was the greatest accomplishment. Soon after came three more outstanding urban fiction novels. Then, she started S.W.A.G Productions. Wanting to establish something creative, the acronym stands for Strong Women Achieving Greatness. SWAG Productions is a platform for self-published authors. The company offers services such as editing, proofreading, and typing.
    Now, Yara is working hard at school and becoming a bestselling author. She is excited to embark on this new journey with SWAG Productions and fE Mag. Even though sometimes it is difficult to juggle motherhood, being a wife, a student, an author, and a publisher, she manages. With hard work and dedication she will achieve all of her goals.

  • 00:32

    Urban Teen Magazine Celebrity Interview with Elizabeth Langham!

    in Entertainment

    Most 25 year old singer/song writers would be putting in All they have for their final push for a major label deal. After all, they usually snatch the singer when they’re younger.  Not this one. Elizabeth Langham is doing the music to simply Create, Inspire and bring Positive vibes into people’s ears. 


    ‘Too many people get caught up in the money making aspect of the industry and completely disregard why they even started to do music in the first place. Money is appealing, but I’d rather perform for free and inspire someone than to get caught up in the Diva role.’ –Elizabeth Langham

  • 00:32

    Urban Teen Magazine's Re-Air Celebrity Interview with Rachel Hale!

    in Entertainment

    Hailing from Prescott, Arkansas, Rachel Hale is no stranger to the stage. While interning in Los Angeles for Patriot Records, Rachel auditioned for Season 12 of American Idol. Rachel was a featured contestant and was a top 20 female finalist competing in the “live” shows. The judges named her the “happiest contestant” because she was always smiling. Billboard ranked her performance of “Nothing But the Water” as one of the Top 12 Performances of the entire season. Due to American Idol, many doors have opened, and Rachel is currently writing, recording, and working on an EP in Nashville, TN.

  • 01:21

    The Widows Oil

    in Christianity

    "The Widows Oil: by Pastor Russell Long


    God provides even in a state of lack of faith.


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    Send Gift, Donation, prayer request to :
    Astounding Faith In Christ Ministry
    P.O.Box 382461
    Duncanville, TX 75138


    or email us at:  astoundingfaithinchrist@gmail.com


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    Music: "No Greater Love" by Smokie Norful


    Music: "Great God" by Deitrick Haddon's LXW


     

  • 01:00

    THE OLIVE OIL SHOW..MMMMMMM

    in Nutrition

    SO WHAT'S UP WITH OLIVE OIL??  ITALIAN?? OR GREEK??  GREEN OR GOLD??  IS IT REALLY THAT GOOD FOR YOU??  TUNE IN

  • 01:00

    How Has Hip-Hop Influenced Urban Fiction?

    in Writing

    Hip-Hop has not only grown but has expanded and created insane amounts of opportunities for the music industry. It was said to be a phase that wouldn't last but a few years but has since changed the game tremendously. It's hard to deny its role in Urban Fiction with so many stories using the same glamorous approach. However, how much of an influence has it played in the genre is the question. Come along as your favorite Urban Fiction Hosts K.C Baylor and Co-Host Santiago goes indepth about tonight's topic 


    Remember to call in for comments, questions or shout-outs! Also follow to be reminded of future episodes!

  • 00:34

    Urban Teen Magazine Celebrity Interview with D. Woods!

    in Entertainment

    D. Woods was born in Anaheim California, relocating to in Springfield Massachusetts, where she grew up. D. first developed her love for the arts while performing in dance and regional theater productions. As a teenager she relocated to Atlanta, GA where she attended the renowned Tri-Cities High School for Visual and Performing Arts.


    There she studied modern contemporary dance, ballet, West African and Hip- Hop dance styles. While still in high school she performed with the Freddie Hendricks Youth Ensemble of Atlanta with whom she performed across the U.S and overseas including West and South Africa. Her education also included the prestigious Alvin Ailey School and New York University where she studied abroad in Havana, Cuba.

  • 02:00

    The New Urban Fiction Social Network

    in Writing

    Follow along this week as Urban Fiction News Radio discusses the importance of networking to increase sales. One of the first rules of sales include networking and always be closing. Rubbing shoulders in this business can make all the difference. We are also talking to the founder of iUrban Dion Cheese


    iUrban is the new Urban Fiction social network giving authors a place to promote, share and network with their readers. Dion Cheese is the founder of iUrban and is actively changing the game. 

  • 00:31

    Praise God in Da Urban Culture!

    in Poetry

    Being a blessing to God with talents and gifts!

  • 02:09

    Urban Therapy with Sun #131 Is Being A Single Parent No Longer A Good Excuse?

    in Lifestyle

    Are parents who aren't married influencing people who want to get married to remain single?
    Many people who think about having children want to get married. It's the traditional way of raising a family, it often eases the pain of managing finances, children are said to be better adjusted in a household where there are two married parents and the fit into society seems to be a good one for married people.


    Many parents who are not married make ways to make a decent living and provide for their children financially, emotionally and educationally. Some fair better than their married counterparts.


    Some single parents are eligible for assistance programs such as grants to send their children to private schools. This can be the case even if they make a decent wage. Is that fair to married couples?


    What are some things that single parents benefit from that married parents might not get?


    What about the stigma of having multiple children by different moms or dads? Why do some find it easier to deal with this stigma than others do?


    With so many single parents in our communities nowadays, is being a single parent a big deal anymore or has it become something that we've come to expect and accept?
    There are many people who refuse to have children without being married and others who refuse to date anyone who has kids. Is that right?


    Is being married a badge of honor?


    Is being a single parent unacceptable?


    All my single parents should come out for this one whether you like being single or not because this one is gonna be hot! Tell your story and how you feel.