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  • 00:34

    Encouraging Widows

    in Women

    The Next Chapter (TNC) Widow's Ministry assists widows during the first three years of their husband's loss. TNC offers monthly support sessions in metro Atlanta, weekly blog talk radio show, phone calls, cards, gifts, special evnts and annual getaways.  Our mission to exemplify love to widows as the Bible commands  (I Timothy 5:3)  Widows know no particular face. The loss can be expected or unexpected. It could be after decades of marriage or within months of the wedding day. There can be financial gain or financial distress. So many questions, so few answers.  Grief is manifested in many stages. Professional counseling is recommended regardless of your circumstances. There are many emotions that will need to be managed. The Next Chapter can help you when you are ready to move to the next chapter of your life. God has a plan for you.  Who understands? Who cares? The Next Chapter!!!

  • 01:07

    A Message of Hope w. Christina Lockett

    in Self Help

    A Message of Hope, Tuesday, 11/17 @ 9 PM CST

    The theme for the entire month of November is hope and thanksgiving.

    My special guests are radio personalities Paula G and Ed Womack from Survival Radio Network. Also sharing with us is Houston’s own Christy Coleman- Dotson. Paula G survived a horrendous car accident. Ed Womack is an author, mentor, and public speaker. Christy Coleman-Dotson has survived hardships in marriage and through pregnancy with the lost of a child. Each guests had an inspirational testimony of tragedy and triumph that will inspire you and spread hope.

    Tune in by dialing 347-237-4648 or www.christinalockettamessageofhope.info

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    in Entertainment


  • 01:11

    A Catch Conversation with Dr. Ramon Presson

    in Lifestyle

    Ramon Presson, PhD, a licensed marriage & family therapist, has been in practice for 30 years and is the founder of LifeChange Counseling and the Marriage Center of Franklin (www.LifeChangeCS.org) . He is a newspaper columnist; and with a dozen books in print he is the most published practicing therapist in Tennessee. From 1989 to 2004 Presson served as an assistant pastor in large churches in North Carolina South Carolina, Florida, and Tennessee. Ramon has had the unique privilege to serve on staff with and later co-author several books with Dr. Gary Chapman. Dr. Chapman wrote the foreword for Ramon’s most recent book titled, "When Will My Life Not Suck? Authentic Hope for the Disillusioned”. Presson is currently co-authoring the teen edition of the book with his 17-year-old son, Cameron. Ramon & his wife, Dorrie, have been married for 28 years, have two sons, and live outside of Nashville. He can be reached at ramonpresson@gmail.com 

  • 02:02

    Black man: We see you Part II: Black Men and sex

    in Lifestyle

    How are we viewing the men in our community? We want to hear from our men. Tonight we will have a panelist of black men from our communities, Activists, Authors, Fathers and Sons.  No matter how we see you; We want to know how you see yourselves.  

    We will discuss the attitudes black men have about sex,

    singlehood, marriage, abortion, fatherhood from sexual

    mistakes or casual escapades, the power men have in the

    dating scene and what they expect from women and more.

    We want to touch on solutions to the vision of black men. AND we want to get to know how to make some of these areas better for us all.


  • 01:43

    Christa Downey - Wife, Mother and Advocate

    in Education

    Christa became actively involved in wolf and wolfdog rescue, transport, and education. Christa currently shares her life with her husband, seven wolfdogs, three northern breed mixes, two teacup doggies, and two young children. She will celebrate five years of marriage in February 2016. - A woman who has it all!  Please join Wolfdog Radio as we speak with Christa on the many aspects of her life that keep her on a 26 hour a day schedule.


  • 01:00

    Goa, actress Stefanie Powers, Friendly Planet travel

    in Travel

    National Geographic International (now FOX) producer, Dawn Drew, has been to India more than 100 times and she recently spent three months filming around the country.  Dawn says that each visit to India offers something new and that travelers should go beyond the iconic attractions for an authentic travel experience.  We'll also talk about the state of Goa--the popular resort that you may not have heard of.

    Actress Stefanie Powers, best known for her role as Jennifer Hart in the television series "Hart to Hart", leads a double life, one in front of the camera or on stage and the other as a chamption for animal preservation and protection.  She started both interests at an early age.  When she was 15 years old she took to the stage but her love and protection of animals started with a rat named Petey much earlier.   Stefanie helped create the William Holden Wildlife Foundation in memory of her long-time partner and she supports animal conservation efforts of several other organizations.  Stefanie also continues her craft on camera and the stages around the world.

    Friendly Planet Travel is a popular group tour operator that we first became acquainted with during a trip to South Africa for our honeymoon.  We discovered the amazing price points that Friendly Planet offered for a great value.  Apart from the competitive tour prices, the mission of Friendly Planet and its backstory reflects courage, love, luck and transformation.  We spoke to founder, Peggy Goldman, about how travel helped her heal and reinvent herself following a divorce and loss of her son.

  • 01:03

    THE SHIFT / Host Andrea Dudley / Special Guest Darlene and Kevin Thorne

    in Religion

    The SHIFT radio show, with host Andrea Dudley, will catapult you into your destiny. There will be many subjects discussed on the show including marriage and family, entrepreneurship, the 7 Mountains and how to live in authenticity. Guest on the show will share their expertise and important wisdom nuggets.

  • 01:05

    "How to Overcome Your Ex"

    in Family

    Are you still holding on to painful memories of your Ex?  Well, check out this show to find out how you too can overcome your Ex and move on with your life.

  • 03:07

    CWSC Special, Imam Qasim Ahmed, Coalition For Good Government

    in Religion

    1st Hour: CWSC Rountable Discussion on Marriage & Courtship with Minerrah Hadi & Mark Shahid

    2nd Hour: Imam Qasim Ahmed, Islamic Learning Institute

    3rd Hour: Coalition For Good Government

  • 00:16

    What is love?

    in Christianity

    Historically, this is the time of year that many feel the valleys of gloom and even depression. Physicians and scientists attribute the lull to the season. Although it can be “the most wonderful time of the year” for some, it is a fact that a “cloud of darkness” appears for others. People undergo old and fresh losses, including death, separation, and divorce, rejections, bullying, and the lack of sun in many areas in the country contributes to this “cloud of darkness.”

    Forty years ago, almost to the week, Zenobia remembers the hollow stare of a woman who sat on the seat across from hers in a District of Columbia Metrorail car. The passenger’s question was, “What is love?” Her situation was someone she trusted and even loved had recently told her their relationship was over.

    There are three commonly known biblical terms for love, Agape, Eros, and Phileo, all of which are Greek words. While our plan is to examine the meanings of all three in the weeks ahead, in this segment we will discuss Agape love. We will do so not only in the context of the Metrorail car passenger, but also in the context of some of our most recent events in national and international news.

    Join us for the next Hope for Today podcast to learn how Agape love embraces each of these situations and so much more.