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This Saturday, Sept 13th, I will be hosting a workshop at the St. Louis Public Library
called How to Star in Your Own Radio Show! I will be interviewing some of the participants at the workshop. If you would like to call in and speak to the host or make a comment , please feel free to do so, the phone lines will be open. Today's show will air from 1-1:30pm CST. The call in number is 424-675-8262
My guest on Sunday, Aug. 24th, is author Kem Smith. Kem will be stopping by as part of her WNL book tour to chat with me about her new book, She's Got Her Own.
About the book:
She’s Got Her Own by Kem M. Smith is a gripping tale of two people desperately wanting to make their marriage and family work, but wanting to find personal happiness themselves! Sharay and Brian are a young couple trying to cope with a big lifestyle change. Sharay is a successful business woman who has quit her job to homeschool her kids. However, raising four children while keeping her faith and sanity has proved to be a bit more than she can handle. Things get even more complicated when an old boyfriend from her past shows up wanting to ignite a new romance he feels still has some spark left. Sharay’s husband Brian is a hardworking man who just wants some recognition in church, to see his sons grow up to be strong, successful black men and to have a happy marriage. But he finds his world is slowly crumbling when Sharay doesn’t have the same future in mind.
About the author:
Kem Smith is well known as the Owner of K.I.S.S. Fitness Studio. Equally at home in the health and physical fitness sector as she is in the world of words, Smith is the author of both non-fiction and fiction. In 2012, she released her debut title Sexy by the Weekend: A Practical Guide to Living an Extraordinary Life, which encouraged readers to get their sexy back using 7 practical keys for glamorous, alluring, and exciting living. She is also the author of two other titles, Swag on 10, a gripping tale about a young man who believes swag is everything until he experiences God swag and Why I Quit Teaching, a new teacher’s guide to surviving and thriving in the classroom. Smith has taught in elementary, middle and high school as well as serving as an Adjunct Professor for St. Louis Community College.
My guest this Sunday, Sept. 21st will be author, prophtess and podcaster, Rosalind Solomon. Rosalind will be stopping by to 'chat' with me about her book, Notes On How to Get to Heaven.
About the author:
PROPHETESS ROSALIND D. SOLOMON, CEO OF PROPHETIC VOICE OF YAHWEH MINISTRY, HOSTS WEEKLY PODCAST ON BLOGTALKRADIO.COM Rosalind D. Solomon, Prophetess and CEO of Prophetic Voice of Yahweh Ministry, is now hosting a weekly podcast of Blogtalkradio. Solomon, who spends hours in prayer and praying for those who need help, is offering her visions and advice to the world, doing the Lord’s work via the internet. “Get ready now to triumph even in death,” says Solomon, whose subjects on the podcast range from Notes on How to Get to Heaven to Never Knowing How Soon Life Will End, Are You Prepared to Meet God?
Prophetess Rosalind Solomon has been ordained and licensed by the National Association of Christian Ministers since April 2011. Not only is she experienced in teaching, preaching and prophecy, she is also gifted in evangelizing, holding a Degree in Bible Studies from Ames International Bible College. Solomon also studied Religion for three years while attending Liberty University. CONTACT INFORMATION Radio Program Link: www.blogtalkradio.com/propheticvoiceofyahweh Ministry Website: get-to-heaven.blogspot.com/
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Life Innovations Ent. presents D Gambit Radio "Next level" Wewill continue to provide you with the hottest topics in the world news today, an in depth look at the sports world, and most importantly Hip hop at it's finest!Join us this week as we preview the upcoming season of the new and improved D Gambit Radio! This week we discuss police killings and police brutality, NFL Preseason action, NBA news, Hip-Hop's future, and much more! And as always playing the best music around!
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St. Mathilda - St. Mathilda von Ringelheim was a noblewoman in early 10th century Germany. Raised and educated by her grandmother in the older woman’s monastery, her beauty and virtue caught the notice of Duke Otto I of Saxony, who thereafter arranged for her to marry his son Duke Henry “the Fowler” of Saxony. Upon the death of both his father and the heirless King Conrad I, Henry succeeded Otto and became king of East Francia, with Mathilda thus becoming his queen. They had five children, including St. Bruno the Great, Otto the Great, who became Holy Roman Emperor, and Duke Henry of Bavaria. It was these two latter siblings who took up much of Mathilda’s attention for the rest of her life, for they were always fighting wars against one another, with Henry usually being the instigator. She also spent much of her time depleting both sons’ treasuries, as she was always funding some charitable effort. Indeed, this is what accounted for her reputation as a saint. When she wasn’t feeding or clothing the poor, she was building huge monasteries, convents, and abbeys. She endowed the canonries of many cathedrals, churches, and such, and she helped advance the cause of education and the arts by providing financing for these endeavors, as well. Queen Mathilda was also someone dedicated to prayer, often spending much of her free time in this fashion. Indeed, when she was finally able to retire from public life, she laid aside her crown and entered Quedlinburg Abbey as a simple nun with no special privileges or considerations given to her.
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