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This is episode #4 of the Ask a Foster Leader Call-In Show. Ask a Foster Leader is an opportunity for anyone to ask a question about the foster youth experience and to get that question answered by Foster Leaders (those who have triumphed over the obstacles that are traditionally associated with foster care and have become an inspiration to others). Questions will be answered in the order they are received on this event page. If you would like to submit a question privately, please private message the Ask a Foster Leader facebook page or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a former foster youth, you have two opportunities to contribute to this discussion. You may comment on the questions on this event page and/or you can join the panel for the live-call in show at 7PM (central) on Tuesday, April 28th, by calling (646) 652-2296.
The topics discussed on this panel will include:
What advice would you have for an individual or organization who is currently (or thinking about) providing mental health services for the foster youth community?
If you aged out of foster care, what would you say your greatest needs were? What where your biggest hurdles? If there was a program that would have taken you in and helped make a smoother transition, would you have participated and what would your expectations for the program be?
When comments designed to motivate, like "Keep your head up" and "Try to stay strong," are not working, what are some ways to encourage/console a youth or young adult who is going through a difficult time?
Today on the broadcast your host Evangelist Montell Fields will be shouting out and giving recognition to people that are a blessing to her life and so many others!
She will be shouting and recognizing Brian and Leah Foutz of "Hazak Ministries" a dedciated man and woman of God. Even though they endured the worse possble kind of tragedy when they lost their daughter to a horrile heartless murder. They chose to walk in God's peace and through that God has esatblished them in a mighty way.
From being an anointed musician to gifted authors, to the most loving dedicated man and woman of God you could ever meet. Their healing ministry hasd changed and impacted many lives one of tehm being mine. So today I am shouting out and being a voice to ackowledge Brian and Leah Foutz.
On this week’s #ITC, Vlad and Ali get in the conversation without Damien and discuss Ali’s observation that spliced-together video memes are analogous to sampling in hip-hop, the cultural impact of new creative outlets, the ethics of meme photography, the new Allen Iverson documentary, Louis CK’s SNL monologue, and the concept and reality of work and life being symbiotic. All this and more, so check it out.
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Going to be introducing our radio ministry for the first time, our selves and our ministry.
We are Fields Familiy Outreach Ministries reaching out to every corner of every nation so every ear can hear the truth about Jesus Christ. We want people to know the are loved and of great worth!! We look forward to grwoing our radio ministry and want all we do to gloirify God!!
When adult children with aging loved ones start working the family on planning for the future they comment, “On, this will be interesting because my family does not get along”. This is a red flag that this family maybe dealing with dysfunction from their earlier years. There may have been the presence of alcohol, emotional distance, unclear boundaries and a lack of communication. As a friend explained her childhood, “It was like walking on eggshells.”
A functional family can more easily address the decline of their parent because they were raised to solve problems a group. They communicate well, that does not mean they can place their parent in an assisted living without emotions.
This radio segment will delve into the traits of functional and dysfunctional families along with solutions for families caring for their senior.
Listen in at http://tobtr.com/s/6305645 on May 28th at 10am MDT.