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The "Revelation for Elevation" Radio Show's host, Nina Fitzhugh Wells, kicks off Season 2 as she welcomes the new year and reiterates the show's purpose, passion and plan for 2014. Tune in to hear about the new and dynamic guest line-up; support programs and initiatives for aged-out foster youth; and how you can partner to aid young men and women, formerly in foster care, with transitioning from state support to self-sufficiency,
In the second segment, listen in as Nina and her guest, Carla Jones, LCSW share about the upcoming therapeutic and spiritual counseling center to be located at Excel HIGHER, Inc.
Join us each week on our new day and time... Wednesdays at 12:30 PM... www.blogtalkradio.com/revelationforelevation.
Victorious Testimony: Meet Nina Fitzhugh Wells
As a ward of the state of Pennsylvania from the age of 2, to being emancipated at the age of 18, Nina Fitzhugh Wells shares her testimony of how, after being abandoned by her birth parents and the foster care system, she was forced to learn to adapt and survive.
Listen as Nicole interviews Nina about her journey, her book and her mission to educate the community about the foster care system.
About the Book:
Lost FOUNDation: From Foster Care to God's Heir
You are invited to journey with Nina Fitzhugh Wells as she sacrificially becomes transparent to show you how faith can turn any situation around. After struggling for years to be delivered from her past, Nina emerges victorious as she presents Lost FOUNDation: From Foster Care to God's Heir —her profound autobiography--to the world.
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Join Host, Nina Fitzhugh Wells as she and Shakeema Love share with you the plight of youth who age out of foster care. In celebration of the month of May as Foster Care Awareness Month, Nina and Shakeema advocate for youth as they transition from state support to self-sufficiency. Listen in as they share about the "i Excel HIGHER" Book Project and the Community Collaborations initiative sponsored by Excel HIGHER, Inc. Hear all about the "EHI Church Challenge" and how you can help support programs and services for former foster care recipients.
Tune in Wednesdays at 12:30 PM at www.blogtalkradio.com/revelationforelevation
Listen in as Nina Fitzhugh Wells reads her Open Letter to Aged Out Foster Youth... AND
Gathered Dreamz Founder, Tiffany Robinson, returns on Saturday to share about their recent partnership with Applebee’s for Pancake Breakfast; and 2014 goals for girls who are aging out of foster care.
On this premiere show, meet co-hosts, Nina Fitzhugh Wells and Yvette L. Allen Tatum as they share information about themselves and their platforms. You will also be informed of future broadcast guests and topics. You don't want to miss this opportunity to meet Nina and Yvette--your favorite co-hosts.
Host, Nina Fitzhugh Wells interviews two former foster youth who are excelling higher in life. Despite their background and experiences, they have chosen to forge ahead to become productive, self-sufficient adults... Meet Shakeema and Davon.
Shakeema Isaac was born in New York City. She entered foster care when she was 4 years old and aged out at 18. Shakeema had a challenging time. When she aged out, she was lonely and scared of relationships. “I was being taken advantage of and had no one to turn to” shares Shakeema. Now 30 years old, Shakeema is a college student and business owner who continues to strive to excel higher as she manages life, one day at a time.
Davon Mitchell is a 24-year-old former foster youth who has experienced many roads in life. For Davon, his prayer is that these roads all lead to his success in life. “Family matters to me,” states Davon. “Having witnessed both the functional and dysfunctional aspects of family while growing up, has helped shape my views. I have chosen to leave it all to God and deal with life one day at a time.” Davon is a part-time college student, works several jobs, and is a single father who focuses on strengthening family, for himself and his son. He credits having many mentors for helping him set goals and establish core values. As a published author and avid writer, Davon continues to inspire others through his literary work.
El Niño Southern Oscillation: how it impacts the world and what does it mean to us?
El Niño 2015-2016 is affecting more than 60 million people across the globe.*
Recent record shows that over the last 20 years, 90% of major disasters have been caused by different weathers, floods, storms, heatwaves, droughts, and other weather related events.
Severe drought and associated food insecurity, flooding, rains, and temperature rises due to El Niño are causing a wide range of health problems, including disease outbreaks, malnutrition, heat stress and respiratory diseases.
The top 5 countries hit by the highest number of disasters are the United States, China, India, Philippines, and Indonesia.
Although there are more negative impacts to this phenomena, there are some benefits... Tune in and find out more!
Disaster and emergency preparedness guide
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*Source: World Health Organization
Join us throughout the month of May as we celebrate motherhood and those women in our lives who have been instrumental and influential in helping to shape us into the individuals we are today. On this weeks show, Dr. Patty interviews Pamela Lenehan, Author of "My Mother My Mentor: What Grown Up Children Want You to Know".
7:30 am Wednesdays, "Morning Coffee," host Dr. Patty Fitzhugh:
Grab a cuppa joe for your body, while Dr. Patty's inspirational messages fire-up your mind!
On this Wednesday edition of BangTheBook Radio, we'll get over the Hump Day blues with some Hoops Day excitement. The second installment of Cole Ryan's Betting the Buckets will take a look at what's going on in the NBA Playoffs and feature some picks and analysis for the upcoming games on Wednesday night and Thursday night. The Buckets Brigade is definitely excited about the second round and that comes through on this segment. Wes Reynolds joins us for some golf betting analysis on the Trophee Hassan II on the European Tour and the Wells Fargo Championship on the PGA Tour side. Host Adam Burke chats NHL playoffs and MLB to finish up the show.
0:00-13:20 - Host Adam Burke talks NHL playoffs
13:20-23:00 - Cole Ryan's Betting the Buckets
23:00-31:00 - Burke's MLB thoughts for May 4
31:00-1:00:00 - Wes Reynolds, golf betting picks
SHIFT TODAY is a weekly inspirational and engaging podcast with Nina Roach and Guests that will replenish your spirit, refresh your soul, rejuvenate your body, and yet challenge you to take actions of faith as you are renewing your mind from the word of God. Connect with believers and seekers of truth Monday – Friday from 7:00 A.M. – 7:30 A.M. (PST), online at www.blogtalkradio.com/shifttoday or by phone 424.220.1862. Make the choice today to experience a real change tomorrow. “Don’t copy the behavior and customs of this world, but be a new and different person with a fresh newness in all you do and think. Then you will learn from your own experience how his ways will really satisfy you.” ~ Romans 12:2