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Mark talks with special guest Peggy Leinweber. Peggy is an melanoma cancer survivor and was a caregiver for her husband Mick. Join Mark and Peggy for this very special conversation that will benefit cancer survivors and caregivers.
Being a Cancer Survivor is AWESOME. Chris gives us his perspective on beating Myelodysplastic Syndrome. Chris says that being diagnosed with the Big C gave him a different perspective on life. In beating Cancer, you must change your life style and that begins with having a healthy mindset, a good relationship with your doctor and having healthy eating habits. Listen in as Chris gives us a powerful testimony on beating the odds.
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Join Mark and his special guest Peggy Leinweber. Peggy is an melanoma cancer survivor and was a caregiver for her husband Mick. Join Mark and Peggy for this very special conversation that will benefit cancer survivors and caregivers.
Joy is her new single and Joy is what she has.
What makes the title of her single so amazing is that she’s been through a serious illness that could have ended her life, but God healed her. A breast cancer survivor and a nurse, she is helping to inspire other women who have been diagnosed with this dreaded disease. Grateful for life with a newfound “joy”, she’s singing His praises.
Listen as Nicole interviews Marcia about her journey and new single.
During the month of October, we will be focusing on Women; whether in a former domestic violence situation or a breast cancer survivor! Thank God for our strong Women of God and what God is still able to do through them!
Velora Mansfield Anderson resides in Indianapolis, IN and attended Tech High School. She is an Adjunct Chaplain at the Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital and Owner of Visions Ministries, Inc. sponsor of the Visions Summer Beauty Camp. She is studying Mental Health Counseling at the Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis, IN.
Visions Summer Beauty Camp is a program designed to position youth to be positive community role models. This is accomplished through God-inspired workshops designed to empower youth to make wise life decisions, teach effective coping skills, build self-confidence and esteem, sharpen communication skills, and provide direction and motivation.
Visions Summer Beauty Camp was established in 1992 in an effort to introduce young inner city girls to concepts of poise, modeling, outer beauty and grooming, and positive social interaction. Approximately 150 girls ages 10 - 17 attended the first V.S.B.C Summer Program. Mrs. Anderson and a few area professionals provided instructions for the girls in a classroom setting. Since then, V.S.B.C. has added classes to address the total individual growth for each participant. Classes such as public speaking, written communication, interviewing skills, skin care, nutrition, critical thinking & problem solving, goal setting, etc., have been added to the curriculum each year to further enhance the personal growth of each girl. Since its inception, over 1400 girls have enrolled and participated in the program. In 1998, Visions Summer Beauty Camp was incorporated under the name Visions Ministries, Inc.
Meet Patricia Johnson a cancer survivor and author of her book A Walking Mircle. Patricia's book tells her story of being a stage 4 breast cancer survivor and her miraculous journey of courage, faith, and determination.
Please join me at 11:00 CST on The Fly Girl Show hosted by Casey Grant
On the Wednesday September 17th 2014 broadcast at 2PM Pacific/5PM Eastern we meet the amazing Kym Martin, MBA. Kym is a three-time, 30-year cancer survivor who is passionate about enhancing the patient experience in healthcare. Kym endured three different cancer diagnoses through three distinct stages of life. To treat her latest diagnosis of breast cancer in 2012, Kym elected to undergo conventional surgery for a bilateral mastectomy with reconstruction coupled with wholisitic nutrition and medicinal herbs to create a personalized, integrative care plan. Kym aligned her physical, emotional and spiritual preferences with her understanding of the human body’s restorative capabilities, her medical needs, her goals and her faith.
She also identifies herself as followd: ePatient, Consultant & Speaker, and Co-chair, Patient Experience Council for the Sullivan Institute for Healthcare Innovation. For a video interview with Kym at the Health Datapalooza in June, click here and here.
For more information on Kym, click here.
Join us for an informative chat with this thoughtful and determined woman.
In this episode of the Overcome Your Limits Radio Show, Christopher E Powell interviews Eva Grayzel about her battle with Oral Cancer and about Six-Step-Screening Campaign.
Eva Grayzel, a internationally recognized Master Storyteller and performance artist, was diagnosed at age 33 with stage IV oral cancer and given a 15% chance of survival. After regaining her deep vibrant voice, Eva applied her stage skills to communicate the depth of her experience in a unique and powerful way. For over a decade, Eva has empowered survivors nationwide with a story of turning adversity into opportunity. Recently, Eva’s program ‘Tongue-Tied: A Story NOT Silenced by Oral Cancer’ was featured Off-Broadway in NYC.
A champion for early detection, Eva founded the Six-Step ScreeningTM oral cancer awareness campaign for which she was recognized by the American Academy of Oral Medicine. To celebrate her 10-year cancer free anniversary, Eva wrote two children’s books, Mr. C Plays Hide & Seek and Mr. C the Globetrotter, in the Talk4Hope Family Book Series. Eva’s signature stories are recorded on the CD, A Story A Day.
And now the rest of the story. I was born in Pine Bluff, AK, raised in Monroe, LA and matured in San Francisco, CA. (Yes. I'm an old school hippie).
I'm also one of those fortunate people who has been able to combine my personal passion with professional work. As Director of Development for Diversity and Outreach at the University of California, San Francisco my responsibility was to help increase diversity in the fund raising profession.
I believe God has always had his hands on me and skillfully guided me through the trials and tribulations of life to get me where He wanted me to be, doing the work He has for me.
In the early 90's I developed an unbelievable thirst for the Word that I have to this day. I began taking classes, attending Christian conventions and workshops.
Rev. Frierson and I moved to Corinth, TX in April 2007 and joined Antioch Christian Fellowship in July 2007, and "are members in good standing" (I just like saying that). I currently serve with a variety of Ministries.
I am very active in the community. Volunteer, loves to travel recently visiting New Zealand & Australia. Later this year I will travel to Israel (where Jesus walked.
In summary, it is my prayer that I have an impact upon others that outlasts my lifespan on this earth. I want to leave a legacy based on biblical principles, a spiritual inheritance that will affect the lives of others for all eternity. Passing on to the next generations a legacy with eternal value is far more important to me than a temporal inheritance of money and property.
Advice Ladies: Whatever you do, do with integrity; whomever you serve, serve with caring; wherever you go, go as a leader; whenever you dream, dream with your all; and never, ever give up.
Cancer Survivor Chris Wark joins us on Wednesday, October 22nd. Chris was diagnossed with Stage 3 Colon Cancer in 2003. Rejecting chemo, he healed using nutrition and natural therapies. Chris and Tony will discuss his healing and will also talk about the cancer industry.
During the first half hour of the show, Tony will go over additions to our website and will talk about the deception used during breast cancer awareness month
During the second half hour, Luella will talk about the emotional implications of caregiving.
In moments of uncertainty and fear what do you do? Do you buckle under the pressure or do you ride the wave?
Ms. Rhonda Scullark, a 4 year breast cancer survivor, recalls the months that changed her life. What seems like a whirlwind changed her life permanently but in the process she was able to see the love of her friends and family like never before, the commitment God has for each of us and the strength she didn't know she had.
Click play now and be inspired by Rhonda's amazing story!
Todd McMillon, five-year NFL veteran, three-year CFL veteran, and cancer survivor, joins JG Sports Talk host Amiri Tulloch.
The former cornerback discusses his experiences as an undrafted free agent, comments on the differences between the CFL and NFL, the evolution of game film in the NFL, more athletic defensive backs in the NFL, and much more.
Plus, Todd shares information on what he's doing to help find a cure for prostate cancer, being a survivor himself.
Support Todd's cause at anythingformyprostate.com, and follow Todd on Twitter, @McMillionTodd.
To hear more JG Sports Talk with host Amiri Tulloch, visit JGSportsTalk.com and @AmiriTulloch on Twitter.
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