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Join us and our special guest, Afi Pittman , author,business woman, and artist, as we discuss her powerful,life changing podcast 'Dont Faint Before the Promise,her informative and thought provoking e-book 'Living on Purpose', and learn about her near death experience. And for all the singles ...We will tackle the question...Why are YOU still single?
From a Hot Mess to God's Best with Author of Faith, Afi Pittman.
In October of 2012, God used a very difficult situation in her life to reveal her heart’s true condition towards “still” being single. Since then, she’s learned insights about becoming the best you while you’re still single and preparing for the man and life of your dreams.
Afi is on a mission to use her story and what she learned to encourage other single women.
Listen as Nicole chats with her about her journey, he upcoming book and her mission to help other women.
Pastor Elaine Hacket of Elohim Christian Outreach Center in Richmond Virginia stops by the show to discuss their upcoming Women's Conference next month.
Living on Purpose Women's Conference
Reverend Nikita Garris Watson, Dr. Brenda Conyers, Pastor Vicki Coward & Elder Bernadette Jacobs
SPONSORED BY MARK PITTMAN--Continuing our discussion on the slodown of the NYPD and the police departments nationwide that are follwoing suit, After the police clocked in and had the city pay them to intentionally neglect their jobs, insulting reports from the top city guns pretty much say that the slowdown is a bad thing because it cost the city millions of dollars in lost revenue. Is the loss of revenue to the city the biggest problem with the slowdown? Is this what we should be addressing to these sworn officers when the conflict is addressed? Or is this another method of distracting the public away from the main reason communications destructed and led to a slowdown in te first place? Join in tonight at 11 pm EST by calling 347-327-9967.
Above the Fire, Film Premiere in Myrtle Beach
"Above The Fire" will be screened at the Grand 14 Theatres at Market Commons on Thursday, Feb. 12 at 7:30 p.m. to be followed by a panel discussion with former resident Greg Paxton and members of the local creative community, to be announced soon.
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Greg Paxton's production company, Masque Entertainment, co-produced the film with Greene Leaf Productions, both headquartered in Charlotte. The feature film has been picked up for national distribution by the Tugg Company in Austin, Texas. They list it on their website tugg.com with other well-known titles featuring popular actors. Tugg plans to screen "Above The Fire" in cities across the country during the next 18 months. The premiere in Myrtle Beach is the first of these events and was announced at the South Carolina Writers Workshop (SCWW) Annual Conference.
There is original music, including the hauntingly beautiful theme song "Blue Lights," performed in the film by Gina Stewart and Brenda Lee Gambill of Volatile Baby, plus instrumental compositions by Chris English Pittman and Phil Markert.
For more information visit: visit the website abovethefire.com and an IMDb page at imdb.com.
To have the film in your area contact Greg at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chatting With Sherri welcomes back the wonderful character actress Dee Baldus! She is in Rake and an upcoming AFI Film called "As the Wind Falls"
She is also passionate about a wonderful cause, finding a furry companion for wounded warriors called; Paws for Troops!
Music by "Cowboy Sting" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
SPONSORED BY MARK PITTMAN--Endless comparisons to modern-day youth versus the youth of its previous generations can be made to show vast differences--almost complete opposites of the other, in fact, and not for the better. Many changes in society and the mindsets of their elders can be attibuted to the vast changes, but one change that has been the master wrecking ball change has been the increase of government interference into the household and the virtual removal of parental rights. Almost all of the government's brilliant changes have fast-tracked our children's entry into adulthood without properly preparing them for the transition OR actually legally cerifying them as adults. The laws are their own contradiction, stripping parents of the right to raise their child, yet holding the parents responsible for the messy situations the children under 18 get into because the government gave them a free pass around their parents' rules. For society on a whole, it's an injustice to a child's well-balanced upbringing--for Black America, fast-tracking a teen's development justifies the pre-conceived dehumanization of our children's innocence and subjects them to accountabilities they shouldn't truly own, and allows the extreme punishments to be rendered by a biased society. With the new-age "not-really-emancipated-emancipated child", do parents have to step back and let their child go the hard road? Or do we fight all the way to the legal age? Join in tonight at 10:30 pm EST by calling 347-327-9967.
SPONSORED BY MARK PITTMAN--Continuing our series talk on the in-law vs. the spouse. Part Two of Three focuses on the daddy's girl vs. the husband's wife. A woman's bond with her father, the parallel of a man's bond with his mother-- is uniquely sacred, and it is the near-impenetrable template of the "perfect man" in her eyes. Just as men put their mothers in the front seat of their lives, women do the same with their fathers. But should her husband ever be put on the back burner at any time to submit to her childhood loyalty? Join in tonight at 10:30 pm EST by calling 347-327-9967 with your thoughts.
SPONSORED BY MARK PITTMAN--There's a very delicate line that a man must walk when dealing with the woman who gave him life and the woman he chooses to spend the rest of his life with. While both women play a critical role in his life, should his wife ever be put on the back burner to submit to the parent-child bond? Join in tonight at 11:00 pm EST by calling 347-327-9967.
SPONSORED BY MARK PITTMAN---Posting the pre-broadcast topic question a little early today: Lawrence Otis Graham, a New York attorney and father, believes teaching our kids to act and dress a certain way will protect them from being “profiled” by police. This evoked mixed reactions from Black America both in favor and against his statement. Considering the history of African-Americans and the rash of horrific brutalities against them in this past year alone--can the profiling ritual, one based on the personal standards of a society against a race--be based, or even explained by fashion choices alone? Join in tonight at 11:00 pm EST by calling 347-327-9967.
SPONSORED BY MARK PITTMAN--Continuing our series on the state of the Black youth---tonight Part 2 focuses on the effects of the deadbeat mother and the effects of the man who stands by her side knowing she flakes on her responsibilities. Join in tonight at a special time-11:00 pm EST by calling 347-327-9967.
SPONSORED BY MARK PITTMAN--Single parenthood is on the rise. It's quite possibly one of the biggest contributing factors to the lack of confidence, misguided, and angry youth of today. No, single parenthood in itself is not to blame, but the usual circumstances of abandonment that created the one-parent household are. Both genders are equally guilty of child abandonment, and both are guilty of being the supportive domestic partners/spouses of these deadbeat parents.
Part One of this two-part series focuses on the deadbeat fathers and the women who accept and support them knowing they don't provide for their children. Does this support help the problem or further enable the irresponsible behavior and mindset of the deadbeat parent? Join in tonight at 10:30 pm EST by calling 347-327-9967.
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