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This Saturday, Sept 13th, I will be hosting a workshop at the St. Louis Public Library
called How to Star in Your Own Radio Show! I will be interviewing some of the participants at the workshop. If you would like to call in and speak to the host or make a comment , please feel free to do so, the phone lines will be open. Today's show will air from 1-1:30pm CST. The call in number is 424-675-8262
Jenny Brown is the award-winning director and head of strategy of JBS Financial Strategists, a boutique financial planning company in Melbourne that specialises in SMSFs and personal risk insurance. She’s also proudly the 2013 AFA Financial Adviser of the Year and the FSSmileys Scholar of the Year. Jenny offers more than 22 years’ experience in the financial planning industry. Her business is about building relationships, which has enabled her to grow JBS into the thriving and progressive practice it is today, backed by a lively and dedicated team of advisers and specialists. Her great passions are social media and networking, but she’s equally driven to help women in business and sits on several business advisory boards.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Jacqueline Woodson to Conversations LIVE to discuss how she shared slivers of her life in the new book BROWN GIRL DREAMING---and what it's been like to see others respond to it.
You do not want to miss this show! Memphis' own "funny man" and reknown Silver Screen Award Winning Actor, and Producer SYLVESTER LEE BROWN, is stopping by"THE EMILY PEARLS SHOW"!il
Actor and Comedian Syvester Lee Brown has starred in all the local films in and around Memphis, Tennessee. Film Makers and Producers on the local and surburban film strips seek him out when they need an actor that they already know will make their film "POP"!
We will talk with him and see if we can get some tips on who, how, when, and where the road should go for an aspiring actor .
On our last show, we hosted a Texas trio of candidates who had great visions for representing the people. We had such a great time, we're heading down to Lone Star state again this Sunday!
*Our first guest is Steve Brown, candidate for Texas Railroad Commission. Steve considers himself a public advocate for the Railroad Commission (RRC). He has 5 pillars for reforming & improving the RRC: establishing an Office of Public Advocacy, Adequate Funding, Staff Training & Development, Environmental Stewardship, as well as Job Creation & Workforce. Tune in around quarter after 7pm Eastern to learn more about these pillars of strong and safe railroad advocacy in Texas: http://www.electstevebrown.com/
*James Cargas is man with Capitol Hill & White House experience, along with progressive ideals and a legal mind, running for Congress in Texas. Mr. Cargas has vast experience in environmental law and advocacy. His voice is quite needed in a state that has a private sector that has made $Billions and has scarred the environment in the process. Catch James' wonderful voice for the environment and other issues about a quarter to 8pm Eastern: http://www.jamescargas.com/
*Our final guest and second Congressional candidate of the evening is running in a very famous Congressional race. Wesley Reed's opponent is in Bill Maher's Final Four in the #FlipADistrict contest. Wesley is already a "friend of the show," having appeared on our show back in April. Wesley is a Marine veteran from a working class military family. As a current FedEx pilot, Wesley has some great insight on terrorism and job creation. Catch this amazing candidate around 8:20pm Eastern: http://www.wesleyreed.com/
I'm excited about this Lone Star crowd. Aren't you? Let's get the conversation going...
Mrs. Delaurentis was never easy to figure out. In my opinoin, she was an abusive mother the way she spoke to Alison. Alison's dad is gone all the time, too, since Mrs. D's death. Hanna seems to be in a bad place this seaso and her bad hair extensions don't help. Caleb's return stir no passion. Spencer and Toby, Spoby, are a hot couple and the sex scenes are to die for. That and more on tonight's episode. Mr. Fitz is boring half the time unless he lifts his shirt to show his scar. What is E. Lamb up to? Who is Bethany Young? Mona deserved that slap as well.
BiblentheHood presents the Noonday School of Prayer with Mother Nora
Love. Teaching on what we believe and what the Word of God declares
as it relates to prayer. Mother Love is a seasoned Christian who takes
us deep into the prayer closet as she shares biblical truth and spiritual
insight about prayer, Holy living and the Work of the Holy Spirit. Co-hosted
by Vonita Brown.
Women of all Faiths and denominations are welcome. "As for me, I will call
upon the name of God; and the Lord shall save me. Evening and morning,
and at noon, will I pray, and cry aloud; and he shall hear my voice."
If you enjoy listening to this broadcast join in on the Time2PUSH Ministries
Prayerline weekly Mon-Fri 12:30-1:00 PM (PST) and get on the Call 559-
726-1200 access code 523740#
It's time 2PUSH- Pray Until Something Happens
Touch A Heart, hosted by Alesia G. Brown President and Founder of the Women's Worshipfest, Inc., discussing topics that are difficult and tender to the heart; tackling the areas that plague our society and have caused suffering and hardship; but have found hope in God!
Touch A Heart continues the discussion on "Human Trafficking" today with special guest: LaCheyva Edmonis, Director of the Cultivating Beauty Fashion Show in Las Vegas, NV. This event is held to bring awareness to Human Trafficking and to raise funds to effectively fight against Human trafficking.
In a recent article by the Christian Science Monitor, one young man named Anthony Pruitt walked up to the Missouri State Highway Patrol in the midst of the protests saying.. “We hurt, we broken, and we ain’t all criminals,” Mr. Pruit said. He then pulled down his bandanna to show his face, which was by then streaked with tears. “How can y’all fix this?” One difficult question you might ask, however it is one that needs to be addressed. Of course the portests and riots were a direct result of and unarmed 18 year old young black man named Michael Brown being shot several times by a white officer named Darren Wilson. Every since then it has created racial tensions, the resurface of questionable tactics by law enforcement, and including the constant search for answers as to why these type of incidents continue to plague our communities. What as a community can we truly do to combat these travesties? What can we teach our young men about how to avoid these situations? Join another edition of Open Treasures as we attempt to tackle the question...What do we do next?
Reading of Gods Word
Expounding the word of God
Confessing the word of God
Declaring the word of God
Power of God(Anointing)