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(1) United Voices of Hope on BOCI Radio brings everyone together to collaborate and rally everyone together for a common purpose which is to positively impact families, communities and cities.
Pastor B.W. and Clarice Burnett are community leaders in Memphis Tennessee pastoring Renewed Hope in Christ Ministries. In addition, they are 5Linx Essential Service Brokers and giving hope to ordinary people for an extraordinary income from home. www.5linx.net/pastorswife
A Very Special Event; "Making Gina's Dream Come True"
Guest: Gina Marie Westbrook of Clarksville TN is battling Gastroparesis. She tells her story and we invite others to join in making her dream come true which is to visit and hug her mentor who also has the disease: Christy Urbaniak of Pace Florida!
(2) PCCNA Alive! is hosted by PCCNA president Pastor Aaron and Patricia Campbell who lead Rising Sun Outreach Ministries in Memphis Tennessee.
PCCNA Alive is bringing Memphis and the surrounding areas together as pertaining to social, racial, cultural and relationship issues; through the understanding of the true meaning of reconciliation.
"The Challenges of Being A Pastor"
Guests: Pastor Andrew Jackson Jr. of Faith Temple Ministries and Pastor Chuck Moscato of Ridgeway Assembly of God.
Kasia Kines, Licensed Nutritionist, MS, MA, CN, CNS, LDN, is founder of Holistic Nutrition Naturally. She holds a Master’s of Science and Nutrition, clinical tract, from Bastyr University. Bastyr University is respected around the world as a pioneer in naturopathic and natural medicine. Her clinical experience is based upon cutting-edge training, and the latest scientific research as well as whole- foods philosophy. She specializes in gastrointestinal conditions such as IBS, UC, Crohn’s, Gastroparesis, SIBO, candiditis, gastritis and other. She also works with autoimmune conditions such as multiple sclerosis or fibromyalgia as well as cancer patients. Kasia has nearly 20 years experience as an educator, is originally from Poland, and is happily married.
Kimberly was diagnosed with 'Idiopathic' Gastroparesis 7 yrs ago after becoming extremely ill. My Gastroparesis was found after completing a Gastric Emptying Test that showed my stomach was only emptying food less than 2%. I then had exploratory surgery with my gallbladder removed in hopes of helping aid digestion as well to check for any further problems with my organs. After 2 weeks recovery unfortunately it did not help my Gastroparesis.
I was approached in Oct 2004 by "44 Blue Productions" on doing a show on Gastroparesis for A&E so I flew to Las Vegas to tape the show on Gastroparesis and the part it plays in my everyday life as well others who suffer from this poorly researched illness. I met some truly genuine and caring people during my time out in Las Vegas. The show was picked up only as a pilot and aired on the west coast.
In October 2005, I decided to start the Gastroparesis Awareness Campaign Organization working with other Gastroparesis patients, family members, loved ones, medical profession, bio-tech companies and International government to help shed light on much needed medical research and public awareness. I refuse to allow anyone with Gastroparesis to suffer alone or in silence, its important that the patient speaks out. The Gastroparesis Awareness Campaign to this date has brought much success creating public attention to this rare illness by promoting statewide education programs. The design & launching of the first Gastroparesis Awareness magnetic car ribbon was released late 2005.
I have worked over the past 5 years with Gov't officials in helping to declare national awareness programs for Gastroparesis in various states helping to educate health care professionals and state citizens. My long-term goal is to get all 50 states to recognize Gastroparesis helping to educate others on this poorly researched GI motility disorder.
Many people suffering from symptoms related to a chronic digestive motility problem such as IBS, reflux, gastroparesis, CIP, difficulty swallowing, diarrhea, constipation, belching, gas, etc., realize how unpredictable the symptoms can be. We will address some of the ways this unpredictable nature of symptoms can impact the patient.