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Host Cyrus Webb welcomes back bestselling author Liz Rosenberg to Conversations LIVE to discuss her literary journey and new book THE LAWS OF GRAVITY.
I will be chatting with author Nederland M Fulgencio about her thought-provoking new book "The Ministry of Women at the Altar" Pressure between Spirit & Flesh. Nederland Fulgencio provides an alternative view of the meaning behind an altar call. We don’t have to know why a person walks down to the altar for prayer. We just know that independent of time and space, the altar is a transcendental experience. Tap into the tapestry of your intellect and the spiritual power God has available for you at the altar, where your interconnectedness with God and your earthly experience will be affirmed.
Join your favorite radio host Liz Black as she interviews author and poet Titus Porter. Be sure to like him on facebook and email him at Golden98child@aol.com for more info.
Dr Ouida Harding chats with Liz Black about her up incoming curise Worship on the Waters Nov 7th- Nov 9th on the beautiful Norwegian Gem. There will be seminars, a talent show, get fellowship and so much more. To book your cabin call 212-330-8177
Join your favorite radio host Liz Black as she interviews author Neil Justin. Be sure to like him on facebook or for more info visit his website http://www.neiljustin.com
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Liz is a small business owner, wife, and mother. She attended Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois where she studied Theatre and Film Management. Upon leaving NU, Liz was a founder in the award winning Equity ensemble The Immediate Theatre Company in Chicago where she produced over 20 plays.
Liz has worked in a variety of aspects of the Entertainment business including producing “The Storytelling Hour” for Deaf West Theater, Development Director for Sign World TV, a cable network which would serve the 20 million deaf and hard of hearing people within the United States. She was responsible for development and casting for programs produced by the network. She has also worked as a Production Coordinator for a variety of programs and conferences. She has been an Agape Practitioner for fourteen years working in their Youth ministry and the Ministry for the Deaf.
Liz is the director of a non for profit group Zebrah Smacks. A group of youth ages
15-18 who raise money to rebuild schools around the world. They have raised $5,000
from the sale of the first original CD to support the Amazing Grace Orphanage and
currently have raised $25,000 from the sale of their second CD, We are More Than
This, providing books, water, desks, and more for the St. Sheket Elementary School
In Lalibela, Ethiopia. Currently the teens are have raised $30,000 toward re building an
elementary school in Haiti.
Liz Black interviews Hallelujah Christian Fellowship Ministries pastor Dr Yvonne Bennett about her up coming "Woman's Noon Tea" with guest speaker Liz Black Live. Also meet Author Autumn M Urling and gospel artist Master Tremaine. Food fit for a Queen, Fun & Fellowship!
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New original series IT TAKES A CHURCH, with 2014 Grammy® Nominee and multi Dove Award winner Natalie Grant as host. In each one-hour episode of IT TAKES A CHURCH, members of a Christian congregation play matchmaker in a competition to help an unattached fellow parishioner find their match. The network has ordered eight episodes of the series, which is scheduled to debut in mid-2014.
“IT TAKES A CHURCH is truly a competition show with heart, in every sense of the word,” says Amy Introcaso-Davis, GSN’s EVP Programming. “With the breakout success of our original series ‘The American Bible Challenge,’ we have learned that audiences are clamoring to see people following their faith and creating positive change in the world—and if there’s a little romance involved, what could be better than that?”
From a Gray Perspective by Betty M. Stephen addresses every area of life and all of its ups and downs. Through her poetry, she covers family, love, death, and social problems, to name a few. Some of my favorites were "Imitation of Life," which reminded me about the respect we should maintain for our mothers; telling her you love her even when you're upset with her. You never know when a time will come that you won't have that opportunity. "The Setup" addresses real life situations for young people who think they know their friends, but actually find out the truth too late. Truths which can lead to making choices that could affect their lives forever. And "Daddy's Little Girl" brought tears to my eyes, because when we have difficulties, we seem to forget the feelings of others, and in this poem, the father takes out his frustrations on his little girl and his wife.
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