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We will continue our discussion of the contributions that adults make to youth consciousness. Our adult guest is Alprentice Rawls is a father, husband and servant of the metro-Atlanta area. Alprentice has over two decades of Information Technology experience. He holds a computer science degree from Rust College and is a native of Chicago, IL. Our youth guest is Michael Jones, a 25 year old native of Los Angeles, practicing Buddhist and youth leader with the Conscious Youth Global Network. Join us for an engaging discussion of how adults can support youth in changing themselves and the world.
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Join co-host Eric Komoroff (www.communityofunity.org) and Dr. Jason Stein (iRyze.com) as they discuss successful tutoring of our youth with expert Shannon O'Hara.
O'Hara is Founder and Executive Director of Progressive Minds Tutoring, and for the past 6yrs has helped educate and increase proficiency of scholars working to navigate learning and behavioral challenges. Prior to teaching she worked as a social worker investigating child abuse and neglect, and possesses a BA in Psychology and Masters in Education & HR Management.She is also the mother of 3 children; 2 of whom are currently learning to manage learning and behavioral challenges.
Join us Tuesday, July 15th 6pm pst. for another episode of Conscious Youth Global Network Radio as we discuss, Bridging the Gap: The Importance of Elder and Youth Communication. Meet and hear the wisdom of our guests, Accomplished businessman Elder Louis Perry, youth Singer/Actress Artemis Moshgbar and youth photographer/artist Nikko Summer. The latter two representing the youth as they share a very sincere dialogue regarding this generation gap that leaves our youth without community guidance and our elders without recipients to pass down the torch of their wisdom and life experience
Louis Perry is the Founder and President of Kadima Security Services. He is the Delegate and Neighborhood Watch Chair for Stevenson Ranch. He is also the inspector for the California Athletic Commission. Louis Perry has been in the security industry for over 30 years. He has provided security for four previous presidents, celebrities, royal families, the Jewish community, and a lot of high profile clients. He provides security for many locations in Los Angeles and is well connected around the world. He has been featured in over 100 publications and has been a featured guest on television and radio shows throughout the United States. His passion is to help and encourage our youth to be successful in life, he has done many speaking engagements for our youth.
Artemis Moshgbar (19) is a multi-talented actress who sings, plays the guitar and writes. She is currently attending California Institute of the Arts.
Nikko Summers (20) Is a visual artist who works with many different mediums to create his artwork. He has many other talents like playing drums, painting, and sculpting and through this he is trying to work on how he can incorporate that into building a better and brighter future for adults, youth and the world at large. He is currently attending the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts),
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Each Monday, the LLJM promote youth success through a good encouraging word. On today, we will focus on the topic of, "When you don't know what to do!" As youth and teens transition from grade to grade we are certain that the age matures, but not necessarily the maturity levels. It is imperative that we provide sound reasoning and also the word so that they can reach their destination which is college. I was reading someone's post that I am following and the gentleman said, "...Back in the day, school was thought to not be for everyone." What he meant was the myth was that school especially for women were thought to be irrelevant. He went on to say, what if we still had that same mentality that school, whether public, home or private was not for everyone, where would we be? So now we are in the century where some say college is not for everyone. I beg to differ and believe with proof that college is for everyone if we are willing to encourage and lead these youth in the right path!
Join co-hosts Eric Komoroff (www.communityofunity.org) and Dr. Jason Stein (iRyze.com) as they discuss the topic of our children and the current debate going on about over-protection. Like freedom, when do we know how much protection to give today';s youth? What is too much or too little? Does over-protection foster security or a stymy grit and creativity?
Join the youth and children of Bread Of Life Church as they conduct the 5th Sunday Services Today. Proverbs 22:6 Train up a child in the way he should go,And when he is old he will not depart from it. Matthew 19:14 But Jesus said, Suffer little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me: for of such is the kingdom of heaven.
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