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  • 01:48

    I.R.F.R. Week - Forgive People in the Community & Community Leaders

    in Self Help

    Forgive People in the Community & Community Leaders- Community leaders, including the church leaders should help communities with repentance, forgiveness, healing, & reconciling broken relationships. Racism is a product of hatred, which is a sin. Citizens are doing harm to their own citizens with guns, electronic weapons, electromagnetic radiation, drones & criminal activities. Community leaders may want to investigate past & present injustices/atrocities, i.e. human rights violations or crime against humanity, by conducting public hearings & investigations. Reconciliation cannot happen unless TRUTH is revealed. A F.B.I. agent said, “Nobody is above the law & no one whose position places them above the reach of those rules & regulations, which govern the rest of us.”
    Prophetess Letitia Peters states, "In my Love Campaign, I state how I love America, but how I hate its sin, evil, pride & arrogance. With God's help, I will shine the light on the darkness, which is overtaking America & other nations. I have been praying Psalm 35 for our enemies. "Are you making a contribution to make society a better place for all people to live?


    Scriptures About Citizens/People:


    Makes Jesus your Lord proud of you by being good citizens. Respect the authorities, whatever their level; they are God's emissaries for keeping order. It is God's will that by doing good, you might cure the ignorance of fools. Exercise your freedom by serving God, not by breaking the rules. Treat everyone you meet with dignity. Love your spiritual family. Revere God. Respect the government. (1 Peter 2:13-17)


    Be a good citizen. All governments are under God. Insofar as there is peace and order, it's God's order. So live responsibly as a citizen. (Romans 13:1)

  • COMMUNITY LEADERS TO MEET COLLEGE STUDENTS SEEKING INTERVIEWS AND INTERNSHIPS

    in Business

     


     


    Marketing and Business Communication majors have a chance to meet local non-profit organization business leaders at a free mixer for interviews and endless opportunities


    (SAVANNAH, GA) The second annual Public Relations Internship and Nonprofit Organizations MissionPR:MIXER will be held Friday, April 24, in Savannah, GA from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Any college junior or senior who is majoring in Public Relations, Journalism, Marketing, and Business Communications is invited to participate. Participation is FREE, but students and nonprofit organizations must reserve a seat by Friday, April 17. For more information, contact Cynthia Wright at cynthia.wright@carriagetradepr.com.


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    MissionPR:MIXER to be Held Friday, April 24 at the Savannah Morning News


    (SAVANNAH, GA) The second annual Public Relations Internship and Nonprofit Organizations MissionPR:MIXER will be held Friday, April 24, in Savannah, GA from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. The MissionPR:MIXER is intended to be an opportunity for students to meet leaders of local nonprofit organizations in hopes of getting an interview for a fall internship.


    Any college junior or senior who is majoring in Public Relations, Journalism, Marketing, and Business Communications is invited to participate; any registered 501c3 Non Profit Organization is eligible to register. Participation is FREE, but students and nonprofit organizations must reserve a seat by Friday, April 17.


    This year’s MIXER is sponsored by Savannah Morning News, Carriage Trade Public Relations, Inc., Cecilia Russo Marketing, LLC. and The Savannah Chamber PR Council


    For more information or to register, contact Cynthia Wright at cynthia.wright@carriagetradepr.com.

  • 01:01

    Role of Faith Based Organizations and Community Leaders on Counteracting Interge

    in Family

    Research has shown that the Church is the center for the Black/African American community and plays a great role in many lives.  From the teachings in the faith ministry, healing and awareness offerings are conveyed to the community.  As Children Learn From their Elders, it is imperative that trained and professional Educators, Guidance Counselors, Youth Leaders, Therapists, and Victim Advocates provide domestic violence education and awareness.  Our discussion will center around approaches to provide training in the faith based community and address the how to make this happen. 

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  • 01:00

    MetaCivics a Focus on Creating Social Infrastructure in Oneness with Dr. Barbara

    in Spirituality

    Awake 2 Oneness Radio with Dr. Barbara Fields, Friday June 26, 2015 at 7:00 PM EDT.  Barbara is the Executive Director of The Association for Global New Thought (AGNT) and she will be speaking about MetaCivics and how we can build social and physical infrastructre in Oneness.
     
    The Association for Global New Thought was co-founded in 1996 to represent the leading edge of the New Thought lineage.  Its constituent member churches and centers (700-800 in network) among Unity, Religious Science, and nondenominational New Thought spiritual communities are called forth by a deep commitment to bring the principles and practices of cocreation to a sacred and troubled world.

    "Out of a deep conviction and pure passion to give our movement a clear voice and commanding presence on the global stage, the Association for Global New Thought has been born."

    The goal of the Association for Global New Thought’s programs in spiritually guided activism is to support concerned and informed citizens in their emerging role as ethically motivated community leaders.

    Spiritually guided activism is a term pioneered by the Association for Global New Thought and like-minded organizations to describe individuals who are spiritually grounded AND also believe we need to take action in our communities to create positive change in this nation and beyond.

    To learn more about Barbara and The Association for Global New Thought (AGNT) go to:
    http://www.agnt.org/

  • 01:27

    Bishop Larry Cook, "...Having a gun & Living by the gun..."

    in Business

    Bishop Larry Cook @ The E.A. Evans RoundTable with Apostle SB Barber.
    Topic: Difference in Having a gun & Living by the gun; Security Protocol to do Ministry in this day & time. Ministers, Corporate Execs, Community Leaders, Join us.


    SBBMS definition of Wedsnesday Best Resources are identifiable spiritual & natural suppliers of Resources to elevate & benefit an individual, a community, a nation.


    GMSbuzz™ Announcement...
    June 27, 2015 - 3PM-7PM Harrison Park (Mpls, MN)
    Stop bullying Now Movement 'n' the Park FREE Concert Series "Royal Teens, Queens & Kings!"
    Family Cookout - bring your grill & meal


    July 4, 2015 - 7PM-11PM Sail with honorary chaperone WCCO Mr. REG CHAPMAN! Tix sbnm2015.eventbrite.com
    GMN 1st Annual 4th of July Royal Teens WHITE OUT Boat Party for 2015 '15-21! 7PM-11PM, Sail on the Anson @ Harriet Island for Music, Dancing, Appetizers, Fellowship, Fun & Fireworks!



    Get it on your digital device Live & OnDEMAND presented by GRACE Media Network -the Legacy. Follow Twitter@GMNetwork; Instagram@GMNLIVETV; Instagram@SBMNEPK; Facebook@GMNLiveTv

  • 00:30

    A conversation with Promotoras or Latina community leaders

    in Women

    The work of Promotoras in their communities to end violence against women is one of the most effective culturally specific approaches that exist in our times. Promotoras started in Latin America as a way of reaching communities from within, on issues mostly related to health and wellness.  Promotoras serve as liaisons between their community, health professionals, and others. As liaisons, they often play the roles of advocate, educator, mentor, outreach worker, role model, and translator. This approach has been very effective in Latin America and its strength is also evident in communities across the U.S.


    Join us as we hear the voices of Promotoras from a number of Latin@ organizations in a Q & A session. 

  • 00:22

    Retirement Matters radio show

    in Business

    Buck Blanton interviews business owners, advisors, authors, and community leaders on issues that affect retirement.

  • 00:31

    Community and Convention

    in Religion

    A prayer service live from Convention followed by interviews with convention-goers!  


    Join us to hear interviews with people attending Convention and call in with your questions!  Enjoy music from Rev. Ken Turley and Rev. David Fekete 


    Rev. David's music is available on his website:  www.feketesworks.com.  


    To purchase Rev. Ken's music, contact him at kenturley49@yahoo.com.


     

  • 01:10

    Episode 1063: Sons of the Flag

    in Training

    Sons of the Flag is a nonprofit organization supporting military, first responders and civilian burn survivors by providing  funding  for innovative research.  The Sons of the Flag brings together passionate community leaders, pioneering physicians, experienced military service members, dedicated first responders and purposeful civilians to complete its mission.

  • The Health & Wealth of Natural Community Life

    in Lifestyle

    The Health & Wealth of Natural Community Life


    800  PM est.


    714-816-4673


    Permalink: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/station-iwdm/2015/06/30/the-health-wealth-of-natural-community-life


     

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