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All too often when faced with difficult and trying times in our lives we wonder and ask where is God...why is he allowing this to happen to me, when we should be asking "What's the measure of my faith in the midst of the storm?" Join us for our LIVE STUDIO AUDIENCE Broadcast of a special Xtreme Praise Show with guest Reverend Anita Burson. Hear her amazing testimony and share yours!!! To be part of the audience please arrive at Rustik Tavern, 471 Dekalb Avenue (bet Classon & Franklin Aves) by 6:30pm.
Bedford, IN – More than five million Americans currently suffer from Alzheimer’s. According to the latest reports from the Alzheimer’s Association, Alzheimer’s is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States. Though research into the disease continues to make great strides, there remains no cure. We can only watch as our friends and loves ones progressively fade away.
But not Nita Scoggan. Nita is the “Alzheimer’s Warrior,” a health and happiness coach and fervent advocate of alternative treatments for this dreaded disease.
“Alzheimer’s has become an epidemic in America, so I do this to give people hope,” says Nita. “They can recover. Don’t just stick them in a nursing home with no dignity and no hope.”
Nita’s husband Bill was first diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 1999. Unwilling to accept his grim diagnosis, Nita resolved to see her husband restored.
A former Pentagon analyst, Nita’s research led to medical records from Germany and Italy by doctors that had worked in asylums. It was through these medical records that she first discovered phosphatidylserine.
“These doctors administered phosphatidylserine to wake their patients’ brains up,” says Nita. “Soon they began to talk. They began to recognize their relatives. I thought, ‘I’ve got to find this for Bill.’”
Phosphatidylserine is what controls your brain. When you’re young your brain is as sharp as can be. As you get older, however, your body gradually produces less and less phosphatidylserine. Nita claims her husband improved from the very first capsule. Within six months he was back to normal.
“It’s just been so wonderful to have my husband back,” says Nita. “I encourage people to remember that God is still in the miracle business. Don’t give up hope.”
Kim Morris is an author/poet. She graduated with a BA in English from Arkansas State University. Her poem "Raising Sons" was published in the October 2010 issue of Forge Journal. Her poem "In Memory Of" was the Poetry Buzz Thursday feature on Nita Bee's Blog Post. She's an avid reader and loves watching basketball. The Tennessee Lady Vols are her favorite team. Kim welcomes contact from her readers and may be contacted on Facebook @ www.facebook.com/kyriellesimille and followed on Twitter @poetdiva1
We'll be talking about the lastest titles like Infamous Second Son, MLB The Show (Ps3), Elder Scrolls
Online (PC), Lego The Hobbit and games about to come out like Watch Dogs and upcoming info on E3 2014. So join Nita,Max, Jesse, and Kirby for some fun.
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Viki Winterton interviews Nita Scoggan!
Nita Scoggan promotes healthy lifestyle and success in daily living. She is a published writer and has over 30 years experience in providing health and happiness coaching to our society. She is founder of Maximum Zone Consulting.
Nita specializes in: Personal coaching to achieve health, Educational resources to improve health and SUCCESS! and Motivational speaking providing wellness seminars that reduce absenteeism, increase productivity and reduce turnover.
Nita has been married for over 50 years.
Join Rena as she welcomes author Nita Lapinkski into The Soul Salon. Nita is the author of The Knowing: Awake in the Dark, a spitiual memoir. As a working clairvoyant-medium for over three decades, she offers meditation classes, workshops on forgiveness, releasing judgment and finding one's intuition. Visit her at WindowsOfLightAZ.com or at NitaLapinski.com.
Stacie Nevadomski Berdan is a seasoned global executive, an international careers expert and an award-winning author on how to succeed in the global marketplace. She provides practical and relevant advice on the value of understanding cross-cultural environments, the benefits of feminine leadership, and the need for developing a global mindset in all American students today. She spent the majority of her career at Burson-Marsteller and Unilever, where she served as strategist, coach, and counselor to CEOs, politicians and senior executives around the world. Her extensive global leadership experience in corporate communications, brand marketing, public affairs and cross-cultural consulting extends across four continents with a specific focus on Asia.
Stacie uses her international business experience to promote the need for global awareness and cross-cultural competency for all in her books, media appearances, by-lined contributions and speaking engagements across the country. She has authored four books on the intersection of globalization and careers. Her two most recent books were released in the fall 2013: Raising Global Children (ACTFL, November 2013) is a combination parenting-advocacy book filled with practical information for parents and teachers on how to help prepare our children for a global world. A Student Guide to Study Abroad (IIE, September 2013) is the go-to guide for students and advisers. Her numerous broadcast media appearances include NBC’s “Today Show,” NPR’s “Marketplace” and CNN, and her work has been featured in New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Forbes, Fortune, Time. Stacie blogs for the Huffington Post. www.stacieberdan.com
Dr. Neal Prock is the former pastor of the Haven Heights Baptist Church located in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Brother Neal pastored the Haven Heights Baptist Church for 34 years, and before that pastored the Oakwood Baptist Church in Anderson, South Carolina.
Brother Neal Prock is married to Nita (Wright) Prock. They have two sons Tim Prock of Collinsville, OK and Mark Prock of Greenwood, AR. Their six grandchildren are David, Daniel & Andrew Prock and Mason, Marri Prock and Bradley Gilliam.
Join host James Rice as he spends an evening with Dr. Neal Prock and be blessed as we hear Brother Neal’s testimony of salvation and call to service.
We are excited to feature MMRF on Cure Panel in Jan 2014.
Anne Quinn Young, MPH, Vice President of Marketing at the MMRF will be discussing latest MMRF initiatives, CoMMunity Gateway, big data and more.
Anne oversees all marketing and communications efforts, as well as educational programming at MMRF. Prior to joining the MMRF in 2002, she was a consultant in the Healthcare Practice of Datamonitor, a global market research and business intelligence company. She previously worked in healthcare public relations at Burson-Marsteller and Chandler Chicco Agency, following a postgraduate internship at the Department of Justice, Antitrust Division. Ms. Young has a Master of Public Health from the Mailman School of Public Health of Columbia University and graduated cum laude from Dartmouth College with a Bachelor of Arts in Government.
RSVP for the event here:http://www.curepanel.carefeed.net/event/rsvp/15/ or mail email@example.com
This former Miss Louisiana and Hall of Fame Star Search Grand Champion Winner is comfortable singing in any setting from an intimate club, to the arena stages as well as stage, television, and movies. She has been the guest performer at The Freedom Awards honoring Oprah Winfrey, President Bill Clinton and actressRuby Dee, sang duets with Andrea Bocelli during a Winter Tour, and also has performed with Josh Groban, Michael Buble'and Chris Botti. Having David Foster as one of her mentors, she has performed and shared the stage with countless celebrities including Barbara Streisand, Faith Hill, Celine Dion, Richard Marx, Stevie Wonder and Yolanda Adams. A work still unwritten, Nita continues to hone her skills as well as other creative ventures and recently added author to her resume'. Finding My Voice: My Journey through Grief to Grace is available on the web.The best is yet to come.
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Jill Egizii and Judge Michele Lowrance will be talking with Nita Whitaker LaFontaine author of 'Finding my Voice' on Wed, June 19 at 6:00PM CST.
Finding My Voice is at once a love story and a painfully raw portrayal of Whitaker LaFontaine’s journey through her crippling grief to her discovery of wholeness. Anyone who has suffered any kind of loss—and even those who haven’t—will find solace and comfort in Nita’s candid and unprecedented account of her life with, and without, Don LaFontaine.
Her strength is an inspiration to all of us and her story tells us that with faith and love we will overcome any challenges that we face.
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