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May is a special month. Many birthday celebrations, Mother's Day, Veterans Day, Armed Forced Day,Memorial Day and Mental Health Awareness Month too name a few events that is observed during the month of May. This month on Kingdom Focus with Debra Jackson Live. Evangelist Jackson has prepared for her listen audience, a special program to celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month. Tune in 7/11 Live. Call 717-379-1503 for a spiritual uplift and a healing for the soul.
One morning in July 1974, Anita Andrews, the owner and bartender at Fagiani’s Cocktail Lounge in Napa, California was found dead in her bar–raped, beaten, and stabbed to death in a bloody frenzy. She’d last been seen alive the night before talking to a drifter who sat at the end of the bar, playing cards and flirting with her. But the stranger, along with Anita’s Cadillac, had disappeared. Unable to locate a suspect, police investigators sadly watched the case grow cold over the years.
Meanwhile a month after Anita’s murder, young Michele Wallace, was driving down a road in the mountains near Crested Butte, Colorado, when she gave two stranded motorists, Chuck Matthews and a man named Roy, a ride. Dropping Matthews off at a bar, she agreed to take “Roy” to his truck. She was never seen alive again, nor could a massive search of the mountains locate her remains. The trail leading to her killer also ran into deadends.
Fourteen years later, Charlotte Sauerwin, engaged to be married, met a smooth-talking man at a Laundromat in Livingston Parish, Louisiana. The next evening, her body was found in the woods; she’d been raped, tortured, and her throat slashed. The police suspected her fiance, Vince LeJeune, though he proclaimed his innocence to anyone who would listen. Meanwhile, the man from the Laundromat couldn’t be located.
The three murders would remain unsolved, eating at the hearts, minds and lives of the women’s families, friends and communities. Then in the early 1990s, a rookie Gunnison County sheriff’s investigator named Kathy Young began looking into the Wallace case and identified a suspect named Roy Melanson, a serial rapist from Texas. SMOOTH TALKER is the story of Melanson, his depredations, and the intrepid police work that went into bringing him to justice. SMOOTH TALKER-Steve Jackson
With hosts Mike Ricksecker and Vanessa Hogle
The Edge of the Rabbit Hole interactively researches and uncovers supernatural secrets and lost knowledge from throughout the ages, covering a wide range of locations and topics, all supernatural, paranormal, and historic in nature.
Daphne Bryson Jackson brings over 20 years of experience in community and government relations to her position as founder and principal of GovLink, Inc, a strategic consulting firm providing clients with dynamic strategies to access local government relationships and procurement opportunities. The firm also has extensive experience in crisis communications, fundraising, public/private partnerships and development of effective community/public involvement programs.
Listen in as Faye Lewis interview Daphne during a LIVE interview at the WICERS conference.
Experience Real Worship with Debra Jackson Live 7/11., Every Sunday she prepares a platform for those who are unable to gather together in the house of prayer for a real worship experience. Evangelist Jackson believes that when the presence of the Lord is in the Room, Healing and Deliverance is made manifest. There is a song that says come on in the Room... I invite you to Tune into Kingdom Focus with Debra Jackson Live 7/11 every Sunday at 7:00 AM on Kingdom Focus with Debra Jackson Live on www.debrajacksonlive.com.
Social Media Activist, Jonathan Bertrand, Guest, "Tech Law: Ep #4 Cyber Bullying Plus", is our Technology Tuesday topic on, Cairo Qween's Taste Of Technology with Juarez Jackson! Join us by calling in 347.633.9769 press 1 to speak on air!
Listen to the Christian Authors on Tour (CAOT) Blog Talk Radio Show on Friday, 4/22 at 2 p.m. (ET) to hear a LIVE interview with Christian author, Tracey Jackson.
Tracey Jackson is the author of Lessons from the Journey: From the Valley To The Mountaintop. In this book, Tracey shares inspirational and intimate stories about her life during a five year period that was filled with many ups and downs. The book also provides readers the tools (i.e. scripture and prayer) needed to help get through the valley and onward to the mountaintop. In addition to writing, Tracey is a member of numerous community service based organizations in her native South Florida where she gives back on a regular basis.
Call 858-357-8408 to ask questions of the scheduled guest author! Don't worry if you can't listen LIVE. You can visit www.blogtalkradio.com/christianauthorsontour anytime to download this podcast and other FREE On-Demand interviews with hundreds of Christian authors!
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Get Ready for the 2017 Declaring the Glory of the Lord: Christian Authors on Tour, a national Christian book tour that will feature Christian fiction and non-fiction authors!
A rabbit hole is often used as a metaphor for a chaotic time in a person's life. Down the rabbit hole refers to entry into the unknown, the disorienting, or mentally disturbing situation that is the rabbit hole. Join Lisa James as she explores rabbit holes with guests who have been to, down, and through the rabbit hole. Hear the amazing story of their journey into the unknown realm of chaos and how they made it through to the other side, often times stronger than when they went in.
Brooke Ochoa is the owner of Arts of Utopia, offering Photography, Face Painting, and Canvas Art. She is a radio personality on 96country.com Mondays through Saturdays from 3 to 7. She is a #1 Best Selling Author with a book that she co-authored called, “Chocolate and Diamonds for the Woman’s Soul.” Before she decided to be behind the camera, she was out in front of it as a plus size model. She walked many runways, was featured in several magazines, and websites. She was even recreated as a Comic Book character, Lydia St. Clair, the vampire slayer. Brooke has made a name for herself as the “Nicest person on Facebook” named by The Loop. She spends much of her time volunteering to give to surrounding communities in Texas. Her biggest occasion is the “Support our Troops” event held every summer where she creates calendars that are sent to troops who are stationed all over the world. Staying positive is a true lifestyle and she believes that maybe we can’t change the world, but surely we change one person’s world one smile at a time.
Temecia Jackson is the CEO of Young Talented & Thriving, NYC's hottest new business and Brand Development Firm.
She holds a Business Degree with a focus on Leadership and Human Resources. Even during her college years, she was already preparing herself to be a leader, entrepreneur and all round woman of excellence.
She started several businesses as a student, some successful, others not so much, but all a part of the learning process.