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Elder Emil L. Jenkins was born and raised in Memphis, Tn, to Pastor Eddie and Missionary Martha Jenkins. The teaching he received during his early years laid the foundation for the life and the ministry that he would later come to embrace. Ath the young age of seventeen, and after growing up as a preacher's kid, On August 9,1991, Elder Jenkins decided to yield his life to Christ and know God for himself. Soon afterwards, January 1992, God filled him with His precious Holy Ghost and in March 1994, Elder Jenkins fearlessly answered God's call to preach His word.
Elder Jenkins served faithfully as the Minister of Music under the leadership of his father, Pastor Edie Jenkins, at Fayette Corner Community Church (1991-Present) He was later appointed to Assistant Pastore (2007-Present) as he helps his fathere build the ministry and continue to win souls for Christ. His dynamic and expressive style of preaching earned him the affectiuonate title of Pastor MADD. Following the leading of the Holy Spirit, Pasotr MADD opened the doors to the Manifestation and Deliverance Destiny Center in Middleton, Tn (Nov 2012-2014) where he officially invited others to come and go "crazy" for Christ along with him.
On every since Elder Jenkins said yes to to God, he has yet to slow down. While pastoring the MADD center, he continued to serve as Minister of Music and Assistant Pastor at Fayette Corner Community Church. He was also appointed President of the Evangelistic Department (jan 2013-2015) and director of Security (Jan 2002-2012) both for the Tennessee Central Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction Church of God in Chriust where Bishop Brand B. Porter is the Jurisdictional Prelate.
In the early part of 2014, Elder Jenkins miraculouslt survived a traumatic car accident which neatly claimed his life. Refusing to allow his recovery to hinder his God ordained assignment, Elder Emil Jenkins us yet going crazy for Christ.
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He comes from a hard up bringing him and his family went homeless his sophmore year of high school in Naperville Il. He switched schools a total of three times, before finally flunking out. “The only places I really ever did my work, was McDonald’s, Starbucks, and the Hotels; free wifi.” After being offered four years of college tuition, Jayy moved back to Illinois. His first Job, managing at a Chipotle Mexican Grill! “The Chipotle accident saved my life. I got so fed up, giving my all as an employee for a company. Thats not my dream, thats living out someone elses vision.” Currently working on his first solo mixtape project, Jayy has been busy with different agendas. From performing all over the midwest and winning underground competitions, to filming Music Videos for Midwest Artists. He has become so much more than an Entertainer. He has released 2015 hit singles Skid Row, Beautiful Day, Hear Me Roar, and The Shy Kid Bigger Dreams Mixtape. Jayy Wills has performed in cities such as Saint Louis, Chicago, Springfield, Naperville, Champaign, Peoria, Bloomington. Jayy currently has 3 Tours set up for the Summer of 2015.
You can listen in while we are live on air on your phone: 718-305-6322 or click on and listen 24/7/365 : Redevelopment of our communities is a means used by the wealthy Billionaires to uproot a community and bring in new residents. Harlem is an example of this kind of change,and now those who grew up in Harlem would not recognize or appreciate teh changes. This same thing happened in the Accidental Flooding of New Orleans. We blame Katrina, but it really was a flood caused by a faulty dike. Established residents were uprooted and sent to cities and states far away, so that they could not return, after redevelopment took place.
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Coco and Wee Wee are 2 sisters from Brooklyn, New York who currently reside in Nashville TN…Yes it’s a big change from urban …city living but these two could live in the depths of hell and still find a way to find a funny spin on life!
They have been a creative duo from an early age. Coco and Wee Wee joined forces (let’s just say many years ago) when they both aspired to be the next singer/songrwriter pop sensation….
The two had much success traveling, recording, and performing but to save you all the gory details we will cut to the part when they tripped and fell into the world of comedy and acting….
Both sisters are improv actresses and stand up comedians…Coco and Wee Wee also had a self titled short lived web series which almost got picked up by a big Hollywood production company but low and behold things did not go as planned…What a surprise ….
Wee Wee wound up baring it all on VH1’s Dating Naked and is currently a D list celebrity ..as for Coco she she is a single mom getting her sexy back who recently had her short story “Wigs & Pictures” published in the critically acclaimed book That Time of The Month.
Clearly these two ladies are unstoppable dream seekers and have now developed a YouTube show called Tapped Out Tasters which teaches people how to eat, shop, and have fun on a budget. The Coco & Wee Wee Podcast is another new adventure which will feature real talk, music comedians, pop culture, throwbacks….
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Join us this evening to discuss the Presidents chastising of America for putting a halt to the Syrian Refugee Invasion on America. Where Barack Hussein Obama unilaterally decided to insert so-called refugees into American towns and cities without knowledge of States Governors and in conflict with a majority of Americans opposed to this repatriation. It's only convenient when the approval is in his favor the shameless president scolds Americans. DHS already stated they cannot vet refugees, yet Hussein Obama gives a different soundbite. Hey Barack think of it as a "Setbackl"
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Monday Co-hosts, John Bailey, White Plains CitizeNetReporter Publisher, and Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Publisher open the broadcast day on Monday, November 23, 2015, at 10am EST. They engage in discussion, review, and analysis of issues specific and respective to the cities of White Plains and Yonkers, New York. Every now and then you find them speaking to issues impacting the hyperlocal scene that originate elsewhere. Tune in for topics of local interest.
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What does it mean to be a dreamer and an artist vs. a realist in today's world? We will discuss what it means on today's show and look at it not only from a macro (worldwide/societal view), but also a micro (individual) view. We will also discuss the place that arts and culture has in today's society (if any) and why the role of the Arts has changed so dramatically in the last 3000 years? Why is it that the mind is more important than the creative Soul in our society today rather than 3000 years ago during the time of the Pharaohs and can we ascend in our thought processes about what is more important: the Soul or the Mind? And if it is the Soul, why? And if it is the Mind, why? And finally, we will think about the micro-view and the macro-view as well once more in our daily homework exercises by thinking about how we can change our world using what we have at our disposal, whether it is teaching children in our community centers about the Arts or donating to a favorite Arts cause in our individual neighborhoods or taking it a step further and asking our local government to raise money for Art Awareness programs in our districts and cities...I hope to hear from you on tonight's show...namaste and love from the HEART