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Rouse Ministries Broadcasting & Communications Online Radio Shows - The Pastor J. Rouse Show, The Discussion, Wright On Point Hot Topics & He Said She Said...syndicated on Saturday afternoons at 3pm to 5pm on TruLight Radio (SAST) - 9am to 11am EST; 8am to 10am CST & 2pm to 4pm GMT):
- He Said She Said: Pastor J. Rouse and the He Said She Said Co-Host Pastor Gregory Morris discuss and debate his and her opinions:
* A Village of Women;
* Sex Appeal in the Church;
* Ashley Madison Hacker Scandal, Church and Forgiveness;
- TruLight Radio Anniversary;
- Rouse Ministries Updates, News, Events and much more...
What say you?....We want to hear from you. We are opening up our phone lines tonight at 8pm (EST) - 7pm (CST) (949) 203-4735. You can also message us here on Facebook or email us at email@example.com or connect with us on Twitter @pastorrouseshow
Covering a covering under God - Live on The Pastor J. Rouse Show...
- More new Music;- International Events and Happenings; - Birthday Shout Outs, Church Shout Outs, Special Anniversary Shout Outs, Upcoming Rouse Ministries Events, International Christian Events and Happenings and much much more.....
The panel will discuss what is the meaning of Civil Rights Assets? What's the cause, effect, and solution to the problems the Black community faces? How the Black community can come together to influence Government, Politics, and policies that can benefit us as a people. Also, the panel will dissect current cases in the local and national media to figure how to prevent these issues from happening in the future.
Evangelist Lewis Mcllwain began his official ministry call at New Home Ministries and gave his initial sermon under the tutelage of Pastor Bobby D. Hicks on March 31, 2000. Since that time Evangelist McIlwain has been a member of several churches and currently attends services at Infinity Church in Baltimore, MD.
Through the years Evangelist McIlwain has been a praise & worship leader, youth and adult Sunday School teacher, outreach music minister, and has ministered in song and Word throughout the nation. He has been active in street outreach, prison ministry, homeless/shelter witnessing and has traveled internationally and has preached to many.
Currently Evangelist McIlwain is Co-Founder and President of Thirst No More Corporation; which is a humanitarian nonprofit organization dedicated to addressing community related services in developing nations. Evangelist McIlwain has led an effort in the Democratic Republic of Congo to renovate a school and provide a centralized water system in the village community of Ndalu; as well as spearheaded efforts in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s capital city of Kinshasa to create computer labs in several local schools and is in the process of establishing an annual toy/care package drive for poverty stricken areas in that region. Evangelist McIlwain is also one of several committee members engaged in the development of an Arts & Music Center in the City of Baltimore.
Evangelist Lewis McIlwain accepted the Christ Jesus April 1991 and has found comfort and empowerment in scripture from Luke 19:10 which reads, “For the Son of Man is come to seek and to save that which was lost.” He has also adopted a personal mission statement that says, “Where There Is Vision, GOD Will Make Provision.”
Only 40 years ago, the concept of wellness reached everyday people.
More affluent societies, have the time and the resources to pursue wellness, as a way of life. Wellness, is still considered a luxury, as consists of managing that fragile string between your mind and your body, covering the connection between your mind and body, with the end in mind.
People live longer than theu used to few decades ago,, they want to leave a legacy behind, they fight for good causes, and, yet, what is happening with the rest of the world? Poverty affects us all, and the fact that you live in an afluent society or in a poor village, with no running water, not able to meet the demand basic needs of food, shelter and medical care, it is not outside your world, wherever you live in the world, wherever you are at in our own journey.
What it takes to change what you don' like in your life? What it takes to turn your dream into reality, now?
When is the right time for you, all of us to extinct poverty? What it takes for everyday people to make a significant difference in their own life for the peple they care and love, for themselves? Is taking a walk in the park enough to keep your life balanced? Is it possible to WALK THE TALK and inspire people to be more?
Do you have the resources to pursue wellness and make that move? Can you move more?
Can you Move somebody's heart, with your story. Today?
Our Special guest today: Ajay Gupta, Peak Performance Strategist, Tony Robbins Team
Radio Presenters:Serah Lister ( London) Marina Nani ( Los Angeles)
Tonight on "Living Off The Grid Radio" Charles "Brazil" Tyler shall be speaking about how to earn money while traveling abroad. What he will be sharing with us in a VERY important LIFE SKILL. Make sure that you have plenty of paper and something to write with or at least record notes electrontically.
There are many ways to earn an income while traveling...........its best to have those skills BEFORE U TRAVEL.
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Uwa Onyioha-Osimiri, PhD, is the Spiritual Head of the Global Faith Ministries of Chiism, president of the African Women Economic Consortium and founder of Chiist Higher Learning Corporation.
Dr. Uwa Onyioha-Osimiri is the President of the Chiist Higher Learning Corporation (CHLC). This organization is the accrediting body for Chiist University, for which she is the founder and Chancellor. It is also the umbrella corporation for Global Faith Ministries of Chiism (GFMC) and the African Women Economic Consortium (AWEC).
Dr. Osimiri was an official delegate to the United Nations World Council of Religions for Peace (WCRP) first Africa's Most Senior Religious Leadership Conference on HIV/AIDS and Orphaned Children. It was held in Nairobi Kenya, on June 9-12, 2002. An Ambassador for Peace, she has participated at the International Leadership Conferences sponsored by the Federation for World Peace, in Washington, Hawaii and Virginia. She is instrumental for initiating the Village of Hope, a housing initiative to affect the care of African orphans.
Blacktopia Presents Round Table Talk Radio with New Co-Hosts Tanisha J. Blanton and Barbara Williams Cason.
In this episode we will pretty much talk to the new hosts and let them talk about themselves.
Some parents believe that the children they bring into this world become their property and that they belong to them and them alone. Parents are sometimes clueless to the difference in stewardship and ownership. What happened to the old adage that says "IT TAKES A VILLAGE TO RAISE A CHILD'. If Wisdom is the key to success, then why do most parents dismiss it from the people who have it. It is a "Color Purple Moment", as parents want to be "The Only One" to advise their children except when that advice comes from some foolish influence in which they are exposed to. The Host of Let's Talk Truth and her guest will explore "A Parent's Responsibility" when bringing children into this world. What are we pouring into our children to force them to behave as they do and what can be done to lead them in the righteous direction. Join us today by dialing 347-843-4945, Tuesday 8/25/2015 at 7:30pm (cst) where you might influence a mind change in a family in a positive manner.
ReShonda Tate Billingsley is taking her craft to the next level. Her latest book, Mama's Boy, a ripped from the headlines story about a young man who films the arrest of his friends. That situation quickly escalates and when the dust settles, a police officer is dead and the young man is on the run. Oh, did I mention the officer is white and he's black...oh, and they're in Jasper, Texas, a town already rife with racial tension. As a mother, what do you do? And good news on the movie front! Let the Church Say Amen, the movie (directed by actress Regina King, produced by Queen Latifah's Flavor Unit, Royal Ties Productions and Bobbcat Films) is coming to BET August 29, 2015
Brenda L. Thomas is the author of several books including Threesome and the deeply moving memoir of her 15-year struggle with domestic violence and drug addiction, Laying Down My Burdens. A sought-after and compelling speaker, she's appeared on such shows as CNN, ESPN, Dateline and Entertainment Tonight. A native of Philadelphia, Brenda is currently serving as Executive Producer of the movie adaptation of Laying Down My Burdens.
Catherine Onyemelukwe graduated from Mount Holyoke in 1962, and began her career as a Peace Corps volunteer in Nigeria, where she met her Igbo husband and raised three children. Her teaching career was interrupted by the Biafran War when she lived in her husband's village. After the war she co-founded Nigerwives, an organization for foreign wives of Nigerians, ran her own fashion company in Lagos, returned to the U.S. to earn her MBA at Yale, and became a professional fundraiser. Her memoir of her twenty four years in Nigeria has been published by Peace Corps Writers. She blogs at catherineonyemelukwe.com. She is an advocate for racial justice, serves on the board of the U.S. National Committee for UNWomen.
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Life Happened... Remembering the Storm, 10 years after Katrina with Charles Gillam, a self-taught artist whose works depict the rich African-American culture of his native New Orleans. Born and raised in the Lower Ninth Ward, he became interested in art while working as a shoeshine boy in the French Quarter. The city's streets provided his art supplies and he was influenced by fellow New Orleans’ artists Willie White and Herbert Singleton. In 1996, he and his wife Susan established the Folk Art Zone and Blues Museum in Algiers Point. Gillam is a longtime participant at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival where he has both demonstrated his craft in the Folklife Village and sold his works as a featured artist in the Louisiana Marketplace. He has also participated at the Essence Music Festival (2009-2011) and the Crescent City Blues and BBQ Festival (2011). His work is permanently featured in the Basin Street Visitor Information & Cultural Center, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation Archives, Festival Productions, Inc. and Upperline Restaurant. New Orleans Artists Against Hunger and Homelessness,Old Algiers RiverFest, House of Blues, and Art in Algiers. Gillam’s work has been featured in publications such as "Facing South: Portraits of Southern Artists," "Gambit Weekly," "New Orleans Magazine," "Raw Vision" magazine, and "Essence" magazine, among others. Finally, he has been featured, locally and nationally, on radio programs and television shows.
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