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We all had dreams growing up. Desires or ideas of what we wanted to be in life. We’ve all been asked, at one time or another “What do you want to be when you grow up?” We all have responded with enthusiasm and excitement, as we proudly proclaimed our dreams and desires.
Are you starting to think back and ask yourself, “Where is that happy child who had such awesome dreams?” Where has that child gone? What happened to her?
Well, I have been asking myself some of those very same questions. The only difference between myself and perhaps, some of you, is that I decided to answer those questions for myself. My answer was: I’m still here and it’s not too late to pursue my dreams!
Guess What? It’s not too late for YOU to pursue your dreams either!
Join Joy Jinks, Wednesday, January 6, at 2PM (EST) for her show (named after her recently published book): Dynamic Aging: I Intend to Live Forever, So Far, So Good! Her guest will be JoAnne Pope, Triathlete and Iron Man Competitor up to age 72 when she quit to go to nursing school. At 79, she hung up her running shoes for dancing shoes and now, she and her husband, dance everyday! Her second guest is Dr. Vaughn Grisham. He is the Director Emeritus of the McLean Institute for Community Development at the University of Mississippi where he has taught for the past 40+ years. He has authored several books and numerous articles, including Tupelo: The Evolution of the Community and Hand in Hand: Community and Economic Development. He has helped establish leadership programs in more than 300 counties and has done community development work in more than 30 states and two Canadian provinces. Dr. Grisham’s most recent research has centered on Extraordinary Results in Ordinary Communities, an occasional paper published by the Kettering Foundation.
Host Kevin Willett is joined by Elaine Saunders from Dynamic Introductions. Are you tired of asking your friends to "fix you up" online dating not working for you? then this is the segment for you. Listen to learn how Elaine's match making services can help you. To learn more visit http://www.dynamicintroductions.com/
To learn more about the Friends of Kevin Networking Group please visit our website at http://friendsofkevin.com/
The Dynamic Abraham Brothers
The group was organized in 1980 which included Pastor James Abraham, Bro. Authur Abraham, Kenneth Bryant, James Mautrice Abraham Jr. Arthur Abraham Jr., Kevin Abraham, Eldre Wright, Aundre Wright, Travon Wright and Bro. Frank Wright Jr.,(deceased). This is a second and third generation offspring group of the Original Abraham Brothers. "We have shared the stage with such Artist as Joe Ligon & The Mighty Clouds of Joy, Paul Porter, Tommy Ellison’s Five Singing Stars, The Swanee Quintet, The Sensational Nightingales, The Williams Brothers, and more. Recently we were one of the featured groups during The Jubilee Celebration of the 50th Civil Rights anniversary movement in Selma Ala, where the Honorable President Barack H. Obama attended in March 2015".
Traveon Westbrook is 22 years old and comes from a family of singers and musicians. At a very early age Traveon demonstrated very unique musical abilities, growing up attending Holy Ghost Tabernacle C.O.G.I.C, he experienced God at a very early age. Traveon has experienced a series of events of testing and tribulation which caused the power of God to work in his life like never before. God is not only calling him to sing but to send up a sound that will impact a nation. He has now been called to the forefront as a prophetic voice in this hour to minister the word of the true and living God.
The Royal Court presents
The Father/ Daughter dynamic.
Maybe he was in your life, maybe he wasn't. Perhaps you were a Daddy's girl.
Either way, our relationship with our Fathers helped shape us into the woman we are today.
11am PST/ 1PM CST/ 2PM EST
Join Joy Jinks, Wednesday, December 2nd, at 2PM (EST) for her premier show (named after her recently published book): Dynamic Aging: I Intend to Live Forever...So Far, So Good. Her guest will be Agnes Furey, author of Wildflowers in the Median. When Agnes Furey lost her forty-year old daughter Pat and six-year-old grandson Christopher to homicide in 1998 at the hands of Leonard Scovens, words could not describe the hole left in her heart. Even so, rather than hate, Furey chose peace, and she reached out to Scovens in prison. Wildflowers in the Median tells the story of their journey of restoration. Through a collection of poems, vignettes, and letters, both Furey and Scovens pour out their emotions and reflections. It is a tale not of forgiveness, but of understanding-a story of a survivor of crime and a criminal finding communion as each struggles with grief and suffering, eventually coming to terms with their spiritual identities and a desire to help others in similar circumstances. Audri Scott Williams will join Joy for this exciting premier show on NOWTIME Radio.
Live on air. Introduction.
Celiane is a dynamic singer whose singing style is an eclectic array of music, from Spanish Gospel, Latin jazz, Christian Contemporary, Tagalog, Opera, Soft Jazz and the wide spectrum of R&B and Soul including Neo-Soul.
Her roots began in the church of Richmond, Ca. Celiane was a choir director, solist and music coordinator of a Spanish Gospel Choir, English Choir, Children's Choir, Concert Choirs, and school bands. She has sung under the direction of Joseph Jennings of UC Berkeley University Choir; acted in various musicals including the WIZ and recently completed a film. She brings a heavenly sound of a versatile classical voice to the music industry today.
Celiane offers a different sound that is refreshing and new. She caries the passion and love of pure art thru sound. She loves and respects the power of music and wishes to bring it to change the world thru song.
Celiane is a singer/songwriter and actress that makes the stage her home.
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