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When Bae's a Boss-When Bae’s a BOSS, one must walk, talk, and most importantly act like a boss. Mayhem was the man with the plan, ruling the streets with an iron fist as founder of The Godfrey Brothers, a drug cartel that he started with the help of his brothers Maleek and Ramsey. Mayhem didn’t expect complications to rise, but when they did, he was prepared to take the fall knowing that his brothers were capable of holding it down until he was free again. Upon his release, Mayhem returned home to his wife who he no longer loved. Macy didn’t hold him down like she promised to do before Mayhem turned himself in. Mayhem doesn’t want anything else to do with her, but is too busy to sign the divorce papers.One night while in the trenches, he runs into a troubled yet alluring young woman who ran the streets and climbed the pole of many men by the name of Tiny. Opposites definitely attract in this new series by author Lucinda John.Mayhem finds himself in love with the young gal, but she needs some molding. Tiny is the product of a broken home and in desperate need of home training.Mayhem’s wife realizes that she is losing her husband and becomes desperate to keep her ring and her perfect life. She begins to dig up every skeleton in Tiny’s life in hopes to lead him away from her captivity.
We see and hear about so many negative images of black men and women in our society that we rarely hear any good and positve things in reality. Especially images of healthy relationships of love and marriage amongst black men and women socially or in society.
Join Host Tracy L. Bell at 6:30 p.m. EST on "Conversations Of A Sistah" as she welcomes her special guest Ronnie Tyler founder of "Black and Married with Kids: A Positive Image of Black Marriage".
Fed up with the pervasive negative images of black marriage in the media, Ronnie along with her husband Lamar, started one of the largest independent African American marriage and parenting sites on the web to combat the negativity of black love and marriage by focusing on positive messages about marriage.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes back authors Tamara Thorne and Alistair Cross to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss their new book MOTHER and what it's been like to share their literary gifts with the world.
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DR. McLENDON WILL HAVE A WORD FOR US TONIGHT
Instructions for Christian Households
21 Submit to one another out of reverence for Christ.
22 Wives, submit yourselves to your own husbands as you do to the Lord. 23 For the husband is the head of the wife as Christ is the head of the church, his body, of which he is the Savior. 24 Now as the church submits to Christ, so also wives should submit to their husbands in everything.
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Domestic violence is a hidden truth in many families. There are men, women and children who are victims of abuse within their homes at the hands of people who they love the most. Continued domestic violence very often leads to a tragic end for the entire family. What is domestic abuse? What are the signs? How is domestic abuse destroying our families? What are the effects on the children? What can be done to stop it? Is there still hope for the family? Join us on Friday April 29, 2016 at 8 P.M. Eastern as we attempt to answer these questions and more. Please call (657) 383-1571 to chime in on the conversation or click the link to stream as we discuss this family matter!
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“The Social Lab” TM Hyman Radio is a high-energy exchange of views, insight and entertainment executive produced and hosted by TM Hyman with co-host Madam Boston, Hot Chocolate, Sabe James, along with special correspondents DD Willingham & Toya Cooper. The one-hour weekly program offers a unique blend of fresh topics and practical conversations with over 100,000 listeners worldwide. The show has featured regular celebrity guest including Christopher Williams, Supa Producer Bing Dawg (Straight Outta Compton Soundtrack), Dru Hill, Cast of Money & Violence, Mack Wilds, Joe Smith, Dawn Richard (Dirty Money), High Five, 112, Dr. Gray Ray (FAMU) and so many others. Each Monday, Wednesday & Friday TM Hyman engages co-hosts and guests in substantive and provocative discussions on a wide range of topics including: politics, health, finance, sports, technology and pop culture. A humorous, but insightful navigation of the issues that matter from fresh, diverse points of view is the show's hallmark.
REAL TALK. REAL PEOPLE. REAL TIMES. Log onto http://www.tmhymanradio.com to listen LIVE Monday, Wednesday & Friday at 9pm. Don't miss it! Produced by: HAC Media
Awake 2 Oneness Radio with Barrie Gellis on Friday, April 29, 2016 at 7:00 PM EDT. Barrie is a former member of Jane Roberts’ ESP class in Elmira NY (one of the New York Boys) and was referred to as "Our Poet" by Seth in 1972.
Barrie has written more than 4,000 poems and has published a book entitled "Outside Is a Secret Key". It is a collection of 100 poems that relate to experiencing inner and outer life, including Seth concepts, as well as poems that Sue Watkins included in her book, “Conversations with Seth.”
Seth was a nonphysical personality who spoke through Jane Roberts from 1963 to her death in 1984. Seth has dictated 25 books through Jane and is recognized as ushering in the modern New Age movement, introducing the phrase that “you create your own reality.”
Seth's concepts empower each person to find their own answers, become accountable in a loving way for their own lives — while caring about the well-being of others.
Barrie has given presentations at various Seth conferences, including the most recent Global Online Seth Conference in October 2015. He has created a number of online Seth sites and message boards including: Barrie Gellis’ Seth Group—All Things Seth.
To learn more about Barrie you can go to:
Carlos Malcolm was born in Panama 1935 to Jamaican parents and grew up in Kingston. His father, Wilfred Malcolm, went to Panama and worked as a bookkeeper in the Panama Canal Zone. He became a prominent business man in the city of Colon, established homes in both countries and sent his five children back to Jamaica to be educated. Having studied the liturgy and music of the Anglican (Episcopalian) Church, Wilfred Malcolm was an Anglican church choir director for many years. He also played trombone in the "Jazz Aristocrats", a Panamanian Dixieland band for which he was manager, and he took the band to Jamaica in 1936
This probably accounts for Carlos's notoriety among peers as a "musical chameleon" because he arranges music and functions comfortably in a variety of musical cultures and genres. His father and a few prominent West Indian businessmen in Panama formed a committee that brought to Panama world-class Black American artists in the performing arts. As a child, Carlos recalls listening from the bedroom to conversations and laughter from guests, including celebrated artistsPaul Robeson (baritone), Marian Anderson (contralto), Hazel Scott–Powell (wife of Adam Clayton Powell Jr., of Abyssinia Baptist Church of Harlem) as they came to late dinners after recitals at a local theatre.
Carlos's father taught him to play the trombone. He also recognised Carlos's natural gift for creating and arranging music and supported his son's desire to pursue an education in the arts. Carlos holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Union Institute and University of Cincinnati, Ohio.
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