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Welcome to The Real Talk with Chris Richardson Show. Over the next few weeks we will be discussing some of the most important topics for the family. Our first topic will be "The Broken Family" with our very special guest Dr. Mark Hanby.
Dr Mark Hanby is internationally known as a dynamic speaker and teacher of church government and order. Widely esteemed as a true apostle to the ministry and the church at large, he has travelled the globe giving oversight and support to leadership in the Body of Christ. Dr Hanby is a compassionate spiritual father and remains a powerful leading voice of spiritual revelation, revolution and reformation with ministry spanning more than 5 decades. Dr Hanby is a well-known song writer … (Look What the Lord Has Done), and best-selling author whose books include: You Have Not Many Fathers, Renewing of the Holy Ghost, Perceiving the Wheel of God, Anointing the Unsanctified, The Foundation of God Series, The Order of a Son, and The Ministry of the Saints.
His latest releases include The Prayer of Love, The Prayer of Love Devotional and Amaze Us O God. These books are available onwww.yourquantumlife.com. Another book Dr Hanby is working on is: If You Want To Know God, Read The Directions.
Several years ago, Mark and his wife Tess moved from their ranch in Tennessee to North Texas to be near their children and grandchildren.
You are cordially invited to join me on Monday, Dec. 15th @ 9pm ET.
The topic: The Broken Family - Saving Our Sons
We will hear from Dr. Bobby Manning regarding his new book titled: Saving Our Sons.
Dr. Bobby Manning is a nationally recognized speaker, author, and Senior Pastor of the First Baptist Church of District Heights. Widely considered a “pastor of the community,” he leads FBCDH to continued service to the physical and spiritual needs of the residents of the Metropolitan DC area.
Under Dr. Manning’s leadership in empowering the community, FBCDH has been recognized in local and national publications such as The Washington Post and Outreach Magazine.
Dr. Manning holds a Master of Theology degree (Th.M.) from Dallas Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Ministry degree (D.Min) from Regent University. He is a native of the Washington, D.C. area where he and his wife LaVera currently reside with their three sons Levi, Reuben and Joseph.
Too many arguments lead to divorce and the parents divide their children. But I believe its mostly cause by drugs, money, deception and a lcak of communication. Too much money leads to arguments and greediness which causes to forget about love and divorce. Too poor leads to depression and arguments and feels like they have to split up and start over. Drugs messes with someones head and they mostly die or the family leaves that person behind for the cause of the children's growing. But its not all parents, some teenagers runs away from home, of course, with their own reasoning. Some parent's children die and it causes them to split. For the cause of the child's growing, they divorce and find some place else . Or sometimes, its work. Not working too much or a workaholic may lead up for a broken family. Or if someone dies, then of course they're broken inside the most.
Factors that break up a family:
The spouses fall out of love with each other.
One spouse wanted children and the other didn't but they have children.
One spouse who is not capable of commitment.
Psychological disorders such as major depression and the person will not go for help.
If the husband works long hours or works out of town and the wife seldom sees her husband and has a heavy load of raising their children.
Sometimes having an over-bearing mother or mother-in-law living with the couple.
A male partner that is lethargic about finding work to support his family.
Alcoholism; drugs; hanging out in a gang.
Your host Dr. D. has a live call-in segment the last 17 minutes of the show. He wiull foc us on the "People Skills" you can use to get the most out of your holiday parties and family gatherings. Co-Host Terry Keller presents a segment entitled" "A Father's Perspective: Involvement With early Childhood Education. National Correspondent Bruce Friedman presents his show: "What's Cooking With Families: Teenage Cooking.
Call-in with your concerns and questions to 347-327-9168. Full listening instructions are on the web page at www.The-American-Family.com
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HEY EVERYDAY PEOPLE!!! It's time to STAND and be IN TIME with members of SLY AND THE FAMILY STONE!!! Your MC OF DA FUNK, Edde Lanier will be hosting some time with The Family Stone as we catch up with what they're doing and what they've got planned for 2015. So book your time for Friday December 12, at 11:00PM EST and 08:00PM PST cause it's gonna be a FAMILY AFFAIR!!!
Join host Dr. D. and his special National Correspondents Katherine van Wormer, and Duane Breijak Keller as they talk about The-American Family. Katherine continues her series on Norway with a show on Norway's substance abuse program, Part One. Duane presents a "Thirty Below" program on Immigration Reform: Student Advocacy and Policy Change with his special guests Emilia Gutierrez, Cassandra Muro & Jenn Slaiman. MSW Candidates at the University of Michigan School of Social Work.
On November 20th, President Obama announced executive actions around immigration reform; including border security, focusing deportation away from families, and increasing the number of deferred action statuses. Three MSW leaders of the Social Work Allies for Immigrant Rights (SWAIR) weigh in on the proposed actions, give recommendations for future policy change, and examples of ways individuals can get involved in immigration reform efforts in their communities.
During the last 15 minutes of the show, you can call live and discuss any matter with Dr. D. on "dialogue With D." Call 347h-327-9168