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Crystal Cunningham is a woman on a mission to inspire, motivate and empower women to live their lives to the fullness of God’s abundance. Her motto is “If I can do it, you can too because nothing is impossible with God”.
Crystal is known for her lively spirit, full of life, big heart and passion for God’s word. She believes there is nothing that you cannot do when you allow God to lead your life and her life’s journey speaks to that truth. Through that journey as a child with low self-esteem, high school dropout, teenage runaway, mother and wife at the age of 16, years of addiction, victim of domestic violence and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Those experiences has allowed her to empathize and sympathize with many women. She is a living example of what God can do in your life when you let him in and let go of the world. He can turn that person from a mess into a messenger.
She now motivates women within her community and beyond through her encouraging and informative forums on a variety of topics such as marriage, parenting, self-esteem, health and finances. She believes that you need to examine every area of your life to become completely empowered.
Crystal a force to be reckoned with because God is leading her life. Her trials has revealed a woman inspired. I hope you are encouraged to see what God can reveal in yo
ENVISION THIS: A path to revitalizing our economy, restoring our environment, and renewing the quality of our lives
Storm Cunningham’s role as an author, speaker, consultant, and magazine publisher is to inspire evidence-based optimism about the future of our world, based on the growth of projects, programs, disciplines, and technologies that revitalize communities, restore natural resources, and boost economic/social resilience. His online paper, Revitalization News, is a resource for regenerative leaders, entrepreneurs, and students. George Ochs, Managing Director of JP Morgan, commends him as an author and event keynoter, “Storm Cunningham is the world’s thought leader on community revitalization and natural resource restoration.”
Storm inspires confidence in the future of our planet and its communities. He is a consultant and workshop leader on community revitalization, economic resilience, and natural resource restoration. His clients include national and local governments, universities, and non-profits in dozens of countries. He teaches “Adaptive Renewal” as the path to resilient prosperity.
Storm Cunningham’s third book, Resilient Prosperity: Adaptive Leadership for Broken Times, will be published in April, 2016 and his fourth book, Paradise Renewed, Discover the Bliss of Fixing Our Beautiful World in April, 2017. They follow his current book, reWealth, a guide for sustainable, green revitalization: attracting investment to distressed communities, and creating successful public-private partnerships for regenerative growth.
http:StormCunningham.com and http://RevitalizationNews.com
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This episode begins with Recap from last weekend's Showtime "ShoBox" & HBO Latino Tripleheaders that produced a few good performances and intriguing prospect matchups! Plus, Preview, Debate, & Predictions for the PBC on Spike TV Tripleheader that includes a mandatory defense by Marco Huck, Heavyweight Contender Artur Szpilka, and in the Main Event Antonio Tarver versus Steve Cunningham! Other Topics For Discussion-Cotto vs Canelo close but still need to solve the rematch clause will discuss what's the hold up on that issue. -Ronda Rousy & other UFC stars using Floyd Mayweather's name to promote their fights. Does it change or weaken the perception of boxing to the mainstream & difference between MMA and Street Fight. -Adrien Broner returns October 3rd for a Title Shot at 140. -Is Bob Arum talking out of both sides of his mouth in regards to Khan vs. Pacquiao? -Marcos Maidana due back possibly as soon as Novemeber. Plus, More Current News Topics! Follow on Twitter @RopeADopeRadio Call 646-381-4990 Listen Live or Join The Roundtable! Your Voice Will Be Heard!
LTC Allen West is the CEO of the National Center for Policy Analysis. Previously he served as an United States Representative representing Florida's 22nd and 18th Districts. He is a 22 year veteran of the military where he earned the rank of Lieutenant Colonel as well as a Bronze Star and a Meritorious Service Medal. He is a Fox News contributor, and founder of AllenBWest.com. He is the author of the bestseller, Guardian of the Republic: An American Ronin’s Journey to Faith, Family and Freedom.
Abby Johnson is a pro-life activist from Texas, and author of Unplanned, which revealed her experience as a Planned Parenthood clinic director. She is the founder of abbyjohnson.org and abortionworker.org.
To start off this week's show we wrap up our series of guests on the topic of positive alternatives to abortion. Special guest Abby Johnson (www.abbyjohnson.org and www.abortionworker.com) takes some time with us to give our listeners a glimpse into her personal world, her experience as a Planned Parenthood clinic director, why she left that organization and the project she started to help other workers in the abortion business do the same thing and escape from this industry of death. She founded the ministry called And Then There Were None (www.attwn.org), to help save the lives not only of the unborn children being killed, but also to help those who participate in doing the killing, not fully realizing the negative effects this work is having on them.
August 5th was the 70th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima, and to remember this event and consider what it led to, Lost Arts Radio has two guests on this week's show to delve into the nuclear issues we all live with day to day, as well as developments that have taken place over the last 70 years.
Libbe HaLevy, is the producer and host of the popular weekly show, Nuclear Hotseat (www.nuclearhotseat.com) and the author of "Yes, I Glow In The Dark, One Mile From Three Mile Island To Fukushima And Beyond". Libbe will be sharing with us her personal experiences from the Three Mile Island event, which she witnessed unintentionally from one mile away from ground zero. This experience eventually led to her nuclear research, and her current activities as host of the weekly Nuclear Hotseat radio show.
Also on this special episode of Lost Arts Radio, world-famous nuclear expert, scientist, educator and legal expert witness Dr. Christopher Busby (www.chris.busby.exposed) returns for an in-depth interview, exploring the real impact of the Hiroshima bombing on the world since that time.
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Author Bess Cunningham,
Bess Cunningham was born and currently lives in Brooklyn, N.Y. She is President of Landing Gear, a Brooklyn based company with retail stores in the New York area, which she and her husband run. She is also a mother, a photographer and book editor. None of this would be possible without her conquering her severe OCD, which she did alone and without medication.
She blogs at http://besscunningham.blogspot.com (OCD and Me)
Find her on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/OCDandME
What is the definition of love? Love is composed of genuine emotions, compassion, loyalty, trust and happiness. Yet in Rebecca Sloan's relationship, love is just another four-letter word in the dictionary. Rebecca is a hardworking mother from Atlanta who provides for her son, while Derek, her worthless man does nothing other than use and abuses her daily. Reluctantly, she accepts whatever he dishes out because she’s afraid of raising her son alone.
Her best friend Slinda refuses to sit back and watch her friend be hurt any longer. With Slinda’s help and Felix, a new friend, Rebecca finds the courage to leave Derek and strive for a better life. Will Derek truly let her move on without him? Can Rebecca be able to get past the abuse, lies, and deception? Follow along on the journey of heartbreak and betrayal, with an ending that will blow your mind!
We welcome the entity and company that is responsible for bring the team to Columbia SC. Abby Naas will answer questions and talk about what is next.
After a few weeks break, we're back with another lovely guest, Abby Wynne who is joining us to talk about mindfulness and how we can use this and other energy techniques to move forward in our lives!
Abby Wynne is a Shamanic Psychotherapist and Energy Healer and is considered one of the leading authorities on Energy Healing. Her newest book “Energy Healing Basics” is published by Hay House and available in April 2015. She has published 2 other books, and recorded a 2 CD set “Heart Centred Healing Meditations” all are available on Amazon.com
Abby runs a private practice in Dublin Ireland, and has many clients from around the world, for one-to-one healing and mentoring sessions. Abby also runs online classes and workshops, and has a weekly newsletter with exclusive content for her readers.
You can visit her community on Facebook or her website to find out more.
ForeverRedd is a South Carolina native and mom to four. She began her literary walk when she won a Lt. Governor award for a story she had written back in third grade. ForeverRedd has always been a lover of writing as well as reading, but both took the back burner when she traveled abroad to serve this country and when she became a mommy.
She picked her pen back up in September of 2013 and her first book, Sleepin' In Heaven Wakin In Hell was released in December of that same year. March of 2014, she released an erotic short story entitled Freakizm. In June, ForeverRedd signed with Lockdown Publications and Cash, did a revise and rereleased the original, Sleeping In Heaven Waking In Hell. The series was continued with Sleep No More and Blessed By The Fire.
ForeverRedd started 2015 out by unveiling the cover of a solo project, the rerelease of Freakizm, which was expanded to a novella and is available on Kindle and paperback. May of 2015, Redd signed to Pleasure Principle Publications and released Nightmares In Pink, under the direction of Raymond Francis.
Adrianne L. Cunningham is a 35 year old native of Lexington, Kentucky. She graduated with honors from Henry Clay High School in 1998. She has also lived in Virginia and several years in Talladega, Alabama. While in Alabama, she attended Central Alabama Community College and studied for an associate's degree in Computer Science.
When she is not writing; Adrianne also enjoys traveling and spending time with friends or family. Writing is definitely her deepest passion. Being able to paint a vivid picture for her readers mind and to hopefully leave an insightful message is her aim. Adrianne currently resides in Oak Grove, Kentucky.
This is a special Monday episode of Shine with Pastor Kevin Cunningham. He is the Founder CEO Visinary and Senior Pastor at the New Vision of Victory International Ministries Inc. He is a businessman and author of Six Principles of Manhood. Pastor Cunningham accepted his call November 1993. He was ordained as an Apostle in July 2012. This is one show you just don't want to miss this special episode on a special night. Call in or join the chat
Tonight's FNU Combat Sports Show will take a look back at the week's combat sports news. We'll also look ahead to upcoming events. Marco Huck lost a wild fight last weekend, but he's generating UFC buzz. Also, Antonio Tarver vs.Steve Cunningham ends in a split draw. Lucian Bute proclaimed that he was back when he bested his opponent over the weekend as well. This week the UFC is back and we talk about bumping up or down in weight and why or why not it can be a disadvantage or advantage for a fighter.
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