• 00:36

    Debora Coty & Cindy Noonan!!!!

    in Books

    Debora Coty is an Occupational Therapist (B.S. From the University of Florida), a piano teacher, and a freelance writer. She’s also involved in the children’s ministry at her church (Bay Life Church) and is an avid tennis player.

    Debora has a real knack for getting across sound biblical concepts with a refreshing lightheartedness as attested in her monthly newspaper column entitled Grace Notes: God’s Grace for Everyday Living.

    Cindy Noonan has researched Underground Railroad history in Pennsylvania and New York and has included many authentic sites and characters in DARK ENOUGH TO SEE THE STARS. She resides in Northeast Pennsylvania with her husband of forty-five years, Frank. After raising five children, they now enjoy time with their nine grandkids, especially at the beach.

    DARK ENOUGH TO SEE THE STARS was awarded a silver medal from Moonbeam Children's Book Awards for preteen fiction eBooks.

    Parents, are you looking for an exciting read for boys ten to thirteen? Look no further. Boys won't want to put down this story of twelve-year-old slave Moses and his quest for freedom.

    Teachers, add some adventure to your curriculum. DARK ENOUGH TO SEE THE STARS will make learning about the Underground Railroad exciting for any middle grade or junior high student.

    Follow me at http://www.cindynoonan.com

  • 00:21

    Author Debora M. Coty discusses Too Loved to be Lost on #ConversationsLIVE

    in Books

    Host Cyrus Webb welcomes award-winning author Debora M. Coty to Conversations LIVE to discuss her literary journey and her new book TOO LOVED TO BE LOST.

  • 00:12

    Debora Coty debuts Too Loved to be Lost

    in Lifestyle

    Life Lessons features author Debora Coty debuting her latest book Too Loved to be Lost.

    This program is sponsored by Gracefully-Yours greeting cards and journals. Visit www.shop.gracefully-yours.com for specials today.

  • Successful Women Wear Red Lipstick

    in Self Help

    As a group of sisterfriends huddled together in the kitchen following our Sunday celebration service one of them said to me, "Dee, you go gurl, not many chocolate sisters can wear red lipstick!" I smiled. See, years ago I'd stopped wearing bright red lipstick. Recently, I started back. Oooooooh, and I love it!

    I'd bet you too have a tube of red lipstick in your makeup bag, right? Do you dare wear it? You like bright, bold colors but do you wear them on your lovely bones? Can you, if asked on the spot, stand center stage and tell a room full of attentive people what you do, love, and fear? Do you ever just let it rip and brag about how fabulous, strong, and talented you are?

    If you answered "no" to any one of these questions, why don't you? What's stopping you? 

    In this episode, Successful Women Wear Red Lipstick, I'll tell you a quietly kept "secret" that I "stumbled" (it was divine intervention really) across that simply explains why some women ROCK men's worlds, shine in their chosen work, and just have more fun, while other women struggle. As we go into 2015 wanting and hoping for more, I'll offer you some simple but powerful strategies for creating more of what you want! I hope you'll tune in on Thursday, December 18, 6:30pm ET on Own Your Power with DeBora M. Ricks. 




  • 00:31

    I.G.N.I.T.E Your Communication Style to Gain Influence and Impact

    in Business

    In this episode, Debora McLaughlin, author of The Renegade Leader, joins the show to share her I.G.N.I.T.E. model for increasing your influence and impact at work.

  • 00:31

    Caring For the Child Within

    in Self Help

    When we go through a breakup, experience the loss of a loved one, home, job, lifestyle...it's quite natural to feel lost and afraid, even bereft. Especially when someone we love leaves or "betrays" us the feelings can carry us right back to our childhood, to our youth, to a time when mommy neglected or rejected us or daddy abused or abandoned us. 

    So what do we do during such times of pain and heartache? How do we handle loneliness and feelings of emptiness? And why is it vitally important that we look within, rather than "out there," when we're hurting and afraid. Please tune in Thursday, November 20 at 6:30 to Own Your Power with DeBora M. Ricks as we turn our attention to "Caring for the Child Within." 

  • 00:32

    Who's Doing Right by You in Love? on Own Your Power w/DeBora M. Ricks

    in Travel

    How are you loving YOU? Are you doing right by you in love? Are the people in your  life loving, respectful, supportive? Are you treating yourself the way you say you desire your others to treat you? How do you treat that temple of yours? That is, are you treating yourself with the highest regard in mind, body and spirit? 

    Coming up on Own Your Power with DeBora M. Ricks, we'll talk about self-love, the many ways we dishonor, betray and abuse ourselves and how we can increase our self-love quotient. Joining us on the show is author, life coach and radio host Carla Youngblood Armstrong. 

    Are you in a committed relationship and have been so for years? Has the fire in your  relationship nearly gone out? Yes? Rev. Harvey L. Bailey, reiki  master, chakra instructor and certified professional coach, will join us to talk about how to rekindle the fire in your relationship by building a stronger spiritual connection. 

    We hope you'll tune in! 

  • 00:30

    Own Your Power with DeBora M. Ricks

    in Travel

    On Own Your Power with DeBora M. Ricks on My Spirit Travels, we will explore, investigate, and examine the many delicious and delectable facets of love, relationships, sex, success, healing, health and wellness, and spirituality, i.e., life. And of course, because I am an author, editor, coach and consultant to aspiring authors, there will be book talks and conversations with authors, as well as interesting people and personalities.  

    Take a journey with us every 3rd Thursday to experience how to Own Your Power!

  • 01:58


    in Radio

    “Terrible” Tim Witherspoon was born and raised on the streets of South Philadelphia, and he came into the world in December 1957. Times were hard back then, and especially for the Witherspoon’s who lived between the Italians and the Irish, and the kids never went to school on St. Patrick’s day. Tim’s is a story about a boy who came up the hard way, but he never really knew what talent he had until the great Muhammad Ali picked him out to spar with him when he made his comeback in the late seventies. Within four years of becoming a professional boxer Tim was going toe-to-toe with Larry Holmes for the WBC heavyweight championship of the world, but the fight was promoted by Don King and, despite so many people saying he won that night; he knew the only way he was going to lift that belt was if he KO’d the champ. Somehow Larry stayed on his feet, and the rest as they say is history. Tim held two different versions of the World Heavyweight Championship, the WBC and the WBA Titles in the 1980’s. WitherspoonBelt He now resides in Philadelphia and spends time in the UK raising money for charity and visiting his family, as well as commentating and offering personal boxing training and guidance. This year he is writing his explosive autobiography with Ryan Danes, and training his son Tim Witherspoon Jr.
    Tim Witherspoon (born December 27, 1957) is a retired American boxer who for two brief periods in the mid-1980s held the WBC then WBA World Heavyweight Championship titles.

  • 01:48


    in MMA

    Tonight on #SNFL we sit down with three big names in California MMA. We have King of the Cage - KOTC's Mike Low , BAMMA USA's Brett A. Roberts and Spar Star Promotions's Tony Padilla . All three have stacked events coming up and we will breaking them down tonight. We go LIVE at 10pm EST 7pm PST

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  • 00:41

    Make Happiness YOUR Truth!

    in Self Help

    What do you want? And why don't you have more of what makes you happy? This Thursday, September 18, 6:30-7pm on Own Your Power with DeBora M. Ricks we are talking about how to improve the quality of your life!  If you're unhappy, unhealthy, unfulfilled, despondent or depressed you want to tune in to this show!  

    Dr. Lisa Whitehead Hampton, a Professor, Coppin State Univ., Exec. Dir. of Victims in the Sanctuary and the Co-host of Shop Talk with Cassandra Renee on WOLB 1010AM, is my guest. Expect an engaging and powerful conversation about how we can bring more joy and happiness into our lives. We will offer you simple, doable steps that could transform your life NOW. Tune in! 


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