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We need to pray specifically/ instrumentally and creatively provide/encourage young children, teen, young adult and parents with Awareness, Intervention and Prevention of HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND PRESCRIPTION DRUG ABUSE. We believe we can accomplish this through Internet radio show discussions and promulgation. Also thru creative dramas/ films/skits/songs/dance/poems/arts we can educate as well.
With Human Trafficking and Prescription Drug Abuse at high, we at the House of God's Power have earned the certifications through the Attorney General Office of Crime Prevention Training Institute in: Victim Services Practitioner Designation, Human Trafficking, Teen Dating Violence in the Technology Age, Helping Children Cope with Trauma, Advocacy, Safety and Technology, Victims Compensation
The abuse of prescription drugs has taken place quietly among a segment of the population where you'd least expect it: the elderly. "I call it the silent epidemic," says Ruth Sanchez-Way, director of the federal Center for Substance Abuse Prevention. She says many older people either don't realize or are ashamed to admit they've got a drug problem. Yet her agency estimates that 17% of Americans age 60 and older abuse prescription drugs or alcohol. Sanchez-Way says that, in many cases, prescription drug abuse goes hand in hand with a drinking problem.
By Kathleen Fackelmann, USA TODAY
Join Miss Mary, Dr. Janet Arceneaux & friends as they discuss this almost hidden topic. Feel free to call in!
Intro: Roy talks about all the Lawyer commercials on TV as people if they or a family member has suffered from taking various prescription drugs.
Callers: Gentleman needs help dealing with his wife. Call on School: Gentleman has a question about Brighton Academy.
Roy talks about how many people die from medications & painkiller overdoses – and the remedy: Be Still and Know Meditation. Roy also talks about our freedom.
Roy Masters' book Hypnotic States of Americans can be found here: http://www.amazon.com/Hypnotic-States-Americans-spiritual-survival/dp/1460939026
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Tonight's special guest is Polly Moore from Atlanta, Georgia, a returning NAASCA family member. Polly is the Executive Administrative Assistant of Angela Williams, Founder of VOICE Today, a non-profit organization whose mission is to break the cycle and silence of child sexual abuse through awareness, prevention, and healing programs. She began volunteering with VOICE Today on July 17, 2012, the day after she broke her silence. She'd found her voice at VOICE Today's support group the night before. Polly grew up with six siblings in Mobile, Alabama, but was only 8 years old when her father died of lung cancer. Soon two neighborhood boys began to molest her, friends of her older twin brothers. A couple of years later she was assaulted by another neighbor and later by her older brother. She was able to break away from the abuse at the age of twelve, but was by then deep in the darkness of isolation. Polly is now a mother and grandmother, and has lived in Atlanta for the past 15 years. She is contemplating returning to finish her final year at Western Carolina University where she majored in Accounting, and has become a devoted advocate for adult survivors of Child Sexual Abuse. Polly says she will forever continue to help fellow adult survivors find their voice and welcome their healing through the working of Angela Williams and VOICE Today.
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Q & A Night - You'll suggest the themes for tonight's show, which will involve any topic from the world of public safety, violence prevention, and child abuse and trauma. Special co-host Dr. Debra Warner, Psy.D., a Los Angeles based Forensic Psychologist will lead the discussion, joined by long time NAASCA family member Simon Weinberg from San Diego. Simon and his wife are documentary filmmakers whose award winning work includes "Men and Boys Healing." ~~ NAASCA is pleased to announce that Debra will be making regular special co-host appearances on upcoming Tuesday night question-and-answer style community participation shows. An educator and violence prevention expert, Dr. Warner will assist SCAN host and NAASCA founder Bill Murray field questions and lead a variety of topic discussions suggested by our call-in participants. Debra's understanding of the issues of child abuse and trauma spring not only from a professional perspective, but also from a personal one. Multiple members of her own family have been victims of predators. She'll share how she's participated in their struggle with surviving and thriving. ~~ Everyone's invited to engage on tonight's show .. on the phone or in SCAN's ever-present community chat room. ~~ Please visit our website: www.NAASCA.org
Bishop Noel Jones City of Refuge Church. Some may know him as "Bishop," others as an astute intellectual, a columnist, prolific orator, theatrical producer, and still others as a beloved father, grandfather and loyal friend. No matter your point of reference, there are few places you will travel on this side of heaven without hearing the great name of Bishop Noel Jones. Bishop Jones was born in Spanish Town, Jamaica on January 31, 1950. One of seven children born to Bishop Robert and Marjorie Jones, Noel Jones was raised alongside a diverse array of siblings (one of whom is the famed actress and singer Grace Jones). He once mused, "If I could reconcile and keep peace among us, I can reconcile the Church through the power of God." Add to this skill of mediation, a strict rearing under Pentecostal tenets, and the enduring of an early childhood abuse, and it should become increasingly clear why God called Bishop Jones into the ministry at the tender age of nineteen. His experiences nurtured his unique call to the ministry of reconciliation and honed his distinct ability to transcend tradition in his delivery of the gospel, through widening spiritual parameters in order to reach diverse people of manifold backgrounds, cultures, and denominations.
Some of the first ways we learn about relationship dynamics are observing the relationships we grew up seeing, like the ones of our parents or guardians. Many times, we tend to believe our parent’s relationships or the relationship we had with them should be the outline of what a relationship should be and often times we end up mirroring similar qualities in our own romantic relationships. After all, learning starts at home, right? While it’s the norm to hear that women have daddy issues and men have mommy issues that is not always the case. Both men and women can have issues with both parents instead of one over the other. Negative relationships with a man and his father can impact him greatly as do a woman and her mother. For example, if a man didn’t have his father around to teach him how to be a man or if he grew up in a household watching his father abuse his mom, he may think physical abuse is a way to show ‘love’. So the issue remains, if a woman or man has mommy or daddy issues---can that delay them from finding ‘the one’? Men, if you found out your lady or woman of interest showed signs of having mommy-daddy issues will you continue to pursue her? But, if you truly found ‘the one’ and they had mommy-daddy issues wouldn’t you overlook it? Realistically, we all come with baggage; it’s finding ‘the one’ who is worth being with and how serious their baggage can impact your relationship. Find out what After Hourz have to say about parental issues and relationships! We want to hear from you! Listen! Call in! Share!
We will be discussing how much we have to realize that when we are going through, no matter what it is, how it looks or how it feels, it is our affliction that God has given us to make us stronger for our assignment. There is no way out except for the way that God provides, and He is not going to take away our cup until the work is finished. Although we feel the pressures of learning how to adjust to pain and disappointment, we must learn to come to understand that the work of going through the fire for God is not an easy task. God did not promise us that we would not hurt, instead He sent Jesus to show us how to gracefully stand our pain. NO matter what we go through, the lesson is always love, just as it was when Jesus was on the cross. We must learn how to operate in love, and withstand our afflictions, so God can finish the work of making us strong in our weaknesses.
2 Corinthians 12:9The Message (MSG)
Because of the extravagance of those revelations, and so I wouldn’t get a big head, I was given the gift of a handicap to keep me in constant touch with my limitations. Satan’s angel did his best to get me down; what he in fact did was push me to my knees. No danger then of walking around high and mighty! At first I didn’t think of it as a gift, and begged God to remove it. Three times I did that, and then he told me,
My grace is enough; it’s all you need.
My strength comes into its own in your weakness.
Once I heard that, I was glad to let it happen. I quit focusing on the handicap and began appreciating the gift. It was a case of Christ’s strength moving in on my weakness. Now I take limitations in stride, and with good cheer, these limitations that cut me down to size—abuse, accidents, opposition, bad breaks. I just let Christ take over! And so the weaker I get, the stronger I become.
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Is the harassment of women picking up again in the streets? How about at the church? Also, the controversial photo going viral on Facebook about the church of yesterday and the church of today...the come as you are church "and stay that way" image. Are the ladies playing a role in some of the 'verbal abuse and cat calling' they receive?
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Nearly 70% of all African American infants are born to unwed mothers. Crime is rampant; it's projected that 28% of all African American males will be incarcerated in their lifetime. And then there's high unemployment, drug use, poverty, and deficiencies in education.