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  • 02:14

    “Boys to Men”

    in Relationships

    Looking at this picture takes me back to a time when the only value that money had was rent, gas and a hamburger. We were three kings in our second story penthouse in the hills of Los Angeles with the hardwood floors and the revolving door where females would be swept off their feet and into our bedrooms. 

    A time when a smile, an attitude and a glass of smart conversation could put you on the road to a body slapping marathon that could last until morning. Yes sir, a time when even the high hanging fruit was hanging low. A time when our bodies dictated our existence and our minds just went along for the ride! 

    Will this ever end I thought? No sir, it will last until the end of time. But Youth and ignorance is bliss until the former runs out of time and the latter realizes that he can no longer exist without the former.

    Join the Innovative Black Men as they discuss “Boys to Men”  

  • 00:59

    From Boys to Men and Taming the Green-Eyed Monster

    in Women

    Raising great men isn’t easy especially for a single woman. Marie Roker-Jones is the founder of Raising Great Men (www.raisinggreatmen.com and @raisinggreatment)and she is stopping by to talk about raising boy and the importance of the mother-son connection. In fact, improving communications in relationships overall is something Marie is very passionate about.

    Male, female, young or old, we have all grappled with feelings of envy at one point or another. Author Josh Gressel (Embracing Envy: Finding the Spiritual Treasure in Our Most Shameful Emotion) says that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. In fact, he says envy can be good. By embracing envy, we can take this often negative emotion and transfer it into something that helps us become better versions of ourselves.

  • 02:00

    The Future of African-American Boys and Men

    in Family

    Rev. Dr. Nirvana Gayle of Guidance Church and Stanley Bernard, ALSP are the special guests joining Life Coach Ade for a conversation about “The Future of African-American Boys and Men.”

    As Black History Month winds down, Rev. Gayle and Stanley Bernard will be sharing about a proactive approach to dealing with the historical, emotional and psychological wounds of the Trayvon Martin and Jordan Davis cases brought to the surface in our respective communities. Their purpose is to facilitate a shift from numbness, anger, and despair to a sense of hope, inspiration, affirmation and transformative action to build bridges of understanding and support between, and among, generations of African-American boys and men.

    Join them to offer your healing energies and insights as we consider ways to transform pain into triumph.

    Reverend Nirvana Gayle is the Minister and Spiritual Director for Guidance Church. He is a Licensed Spiritual Practitioner and a Minister. He wrote a book of visionary sacred poetry entitled God Sings My Soul. 

    Stanley J. Bernard, ALSP has studied spiritual metaphysics at the Agape International Center of Truth. A Religious Science Practitioner of Truth since 1992 and Agape Licensed Spiritual Practitioner since 2005, Stanley has facilitated and taught all levels of classes.  Stanley is a graduate of the University of Santa Monica Masters Program in Spiritual Psychology. 

    Call in 347 426 3346 or post your questions on "Ask Life Coach Ade Radio Show" fan  (LIKE) page on Facebook.

    For more information about Life Conversations Radio visit www.LifeConversationsMedia.com 



  • 00:28

    The DG Show- Boys To Men

    in Lifestyle

    Manhood starts during childhood. Raising boys to become men has become more difficult in the last generation. Character, responsibilities, values, manners and a sense of family are key components of being a man. These attributes need to be groomed into existence. We will be discussing tips and solutions concerning raising a productive son.  Author of Raised vs Nurtured, Kevin Chase will be joining the discussion. 

  • 00:30

    Fatherhood: Raising boys to Men: Part one

    in Dads and Family

    The media is filled with facts and information about dead beat dads. However, we rarely discuss how to collectively raise our boys to be men of; honor, independent thinkers, and in pursuit of purpose. Many young men are filled with; anger, pain, and a false understanding of true manhood. Join Zion on this Tuesday evening at 6pm (6/10/2014) in the Men's room as we relieve ourselves from the toxins of immaturity. There is a private stall in the men's room for every man to release, refresh, and refire.

  • 02:00

    Raising Boys to Men

    in Family

    Far too often, parents have a tendency to protect their daughters from the challenges of life; while encouraging sons to go out in the world and be a man.    Boys are often left feeling emotionally illiterate which manifest in destructive behaviors that could be prevented.   How do we support our boys to develop into emotionally mature adults that are grounded and flexible enough to navigate the challenges and adventures of life that is ahead of them? We have a panel of men, joining Life Coach Ade to share their wisdom, experiences and insights:   Cazembe Abena, R.M. is a certified Reiki Master, Energy Worker, Empath and Channeler.     Ashende Amun is a CSL (Centers for Spiritual Living) Practitioner, an Urban Mystic, Occultist, Soul filled artist/poet and Spiritual activist.   Joe Kelly  is an author known primarily for books about fathering. He is best known for the book Dads & Daughter.   Gregory E. Woods, Dawn Wolf is a musician, writer, a social activist and a Keeper of Stories.    Call in 347 426 3346 or post your questions on "Ask Life Coach Ade Radio Show" fan  (LIKE) page on Facebook.   For more information about Life Conversations Radio visit www.LifeConversationsMedia.com   

  • 02:07

    Writing Royalty Radio: "From Boys To Men...."

    in Books

    Topic:  "From Boys To Men...."

    Guest Authors: Itchie- Mu and Byron Carey

    Author Byron Carey is a reformed drug distributer that served a ten year federal prison sentence was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. He has transformed his way back into society as a truck driver and author. He was an outstanding basketball player that worked his way into the USBL basketball league in 2002. He attended Alvin Community College where he holds an Associates in Business Administration. He is the author of Nowhere 2 Turn with several more to come in the future. 

    Author Mohammed “Itchie-Mu” Anwo is an urban fiction author and the co-founder of Street Dedication Publishing which he started with his co-partner Hakeem Fleming. The first of six siblings, he quickly became involved with the streets at the age of 14, when his father, Mohammed Sr. was deported back to Africa due to a narcotic conviction. Author Itchie-Mu served 22 yrs of his life in prison, while sitting in his cell the last time he took a close and deep look into himself and he hated what he saw. Mohammad began reading novels to pass time, and then he came across a book called “How to Write Novels and Screenplays” and was instantly inspired. He began writing novels to both escape his reality and became good at it, at the same time, he vowed that once released he would never return. Author Mohammad “Itchie-Mu” Anwo is currently working on a host of novels and screenplays and looking forward to working with other authors with the hope of turning their novels into screenplays as well.

  • 00:31

    Fresh Manna Our Daily Bread: Strengthening the Families Program-From Boys To Men

    in Religion


    STRENGTHENING THE FAMILIES:  Apostle Williams is available for Conferences, Seminars and Workshops that will build your ministry or church group.  Our Ministerial Team is comprised of educational and motivational speakers for your church meetings and special events to strengthen members, individuals and families, within the community or church. 

    Her goal is to provide Educational Seminars and resources for victims and families dealing with domestic violence, mental and emotional stress, and substance abuse that weaken the family structure and values.  These seminars are to help improve parenting skills, promote abstinence among our youth, and provide Christian counseling relating to family values and issues.  To strengthen, encourage and motivate men and women. Strengthening the Families Outreach Ministries Programs airs on Tuesdays on Fresh Manna Our Daily Bread Blog Talk Radio.  

    Today’s Discussion: From Boys To Men

    Apostle Loretta Williams is also on Facebook, Google + and Linkedin.

  • 01:04

    "From BOYS To MEN" - BonaFide Talk with special guest: Deacon Chauncey Odom

    in Radio

    Deacon Chauncey Odom---Founder/CEO of "Father's Inc" is bringing it to BonaFide Talk BIONICALLY!!

    1 Timothy 5:8----But if any provide not for his own, and specially for those of his own house, he hath denied the faith, and is worse than an infidel.....AMEN

    MEN it's past time for you to TAKE A STAND.  The Bible makes this so!

    DIAL  347-237-5342 to tune in or listen online.  You can log into the chat room too to post questions/comments.  Your chatroom conversations will NOT be overlooked!

    BonaFide Talk is on KLJN 107.7




  • 00:50

    Raising Boys to Men

    in Parents

    Parents of boys are becoming more and more concerned with the activity that is taking place with boys.
    Boys are getting discouraged about their future. They face so many obstacles on a daily basis that we as parents must equip ourselves to help nurture our boys into men.
    This task isn't an easy task but join me as I speak with Marie Roker Jones as we talk abour raising our boys to men.

  • 01:24


    in Culture

    We will be speaking to former District Captain Wayne Muhammad, out of Los Angeles Ca.we will talk to him about his history with brother and friend Wali Muhammad his time help raising the City of Las Vegas into one of the strong holes for the Nation of Islam and teaching young men, how to be men of character and class in that city.we will also talk to him about his time with the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan on his friendship tour that he was honored to travel on. so be a part of a great discussion this Thursday at 7 p.m. The call in number is:(347-857-4106)