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  • 01:36

    Blissfully Unmarried and Living a Lie

    in Comedy

    Join us TONIGHT on DiLT, and meet "Blissfully Unmarried" cast members: Teddy Ames, Kinda Stroud and Asaki Kuruma.  "Blissfully Unmarried" is an independent film written and produced by filmmaker Derrick Shaw of Ruby Street Productions, starring Dante "DaDarkKnight' Johnson.  And later, the DiLT team will respond to riveting letters from listeners who are "living a lie".  Join Dante "DaDark Knight", Darla Jerome, Sharra and Cookie, as we entertain you with a unique brand of talk show topics and humor.  Sunday May 26th at 7PM EST

  • 02:02

    Rekindling An Old Flame: Should You Try To Renew An Old Romance From The Past?

    in Women

    High school reunions can be hazardous to a marriage in trouble, particularly when people run into old boyfriends and girlfriends. We often start thinking "What if I had married him instead? What if I had married her instead? What would my life be like? Would I be happier than I am now?" In later years, after a death or divorce ends a marriage, people often start looking up old flames. Facebook has been a common vehicle to find a long lost love from the past, and some have found that their old high school sweethearts still excite their interest. This could work if both people are single, but sometimes one party is married, and the surprise intrusion in their life could cause a problem, if they happen to be going through a rough period with their spouse. If you are unmarried, should you try to renew an old romance? Or is it best to move forward and discover someone new that is a truer reflection of the person you now are? Can you reconcile a past romance when there was a bad break up? How do you say "I'm sorry" to someone whose heart you may have broken? Can you rekindle an old flame? Should you even try?

  • 03:01

    Rekindling An Old Flame: Should You Try To Renew An Old Romance From The Past?

    in Religion

    The Female Solution w/ Naimah Latif.  


    High school reunions can be hazardous to a marriage in trouble, particularly when people run into old boyfriends and girlfriends. We often start thinking "What if I had married him instead? What if I had married her instead? What would my life be like? Would I be happier than I am now?" In later years, after a death or divorce ends a marriage, people often start looking up old flames. Facebook has been a common vehicle to find a long lost love from the past, and some have found that their old high school sweethearts still excite their interest. This could work if both people are single, but sometimes one party is married, and the surprise intrusion in their life could cause a problem, if they happen to be going through a rough period with their spouse. If you are unmarried, should you try to renew an old romance? Or is it best to move forward and discover someone new that is a truer reflection of the person you now are? Can you reconcile a past romance when there was a bad break up? How do you say "I'm sorry" to someone whose heart you may have broken? Can you rekindle an old flame? Should you even try? Today we explore the posibilities, with our co hosts Mark Shahid, Muneera Habeel, and our guest co-host Myeka Bevel.


     

  • 00:35

    Single and Loving It!

    in Relationships

    This episode profiles single women over 35 that embrace their unmarried status and want to show you how!  Jean Day is a 41 year old single African American female, never been married and no children.  She has a Master's degree in Clinical psychology and 17 years experience as a therapist and/or college instructor. She is currently pursuing a PhD.   Jean's perspective is that as statistics show, an African-American female, with the higher the education, she is the least likely to find a mate.  


    Julia Skeesick is the founder of LifeScape Coaching and over the past several years she has worked with both male and female clients that are predominantly single. She has seen first hand the pressure to be part of a couple in our culture and for some, a level of isolation and judgement both from self and others that comes with being solo.She is a 49 year old, attractive, divorced woman that is very happily single and have chosen not to be in a relationship for the past 5 years.  Julia will share her experiences and on responses received from others when they hear her choice.


    Xavia Fox is single and ready to mingle! She is a Public Speaker,  Certified Life Coach, Workshop Facilitator, Entrepreneur, Xavia is one of the most sought and result producing experts on Personal & Professional Empowerment on the scene. She is passionate, bold and engaging. She specializes in coaching individuals who are interested in achieving extraordinary goals! Her concentration is to assist those who are ready for a change, to find their “Passion”. Her goal is to empower you professionally & personally so that you can create the life you desire to live! 

  • 00:57

    Kingdom L.I.F.E. with Alandis Porter

    in Family

    Single,Saved, and Satisfied in Ministry


    Pastor Tracy L. De Volt from Tracy L. De Volt Ministries


    Tracy received Christ at the age of seventeen.  After struggling for three additional years with drug and alcohol addiction, she was completely set free by simply reading and praying daily the Word of God.   The power of God’s Word to renew the mind and destroy yokes is her testimony and life’s conviction. 


    1 Corinthians 7:32 KJV
    [32] But I would have you without carefulness. He that is unmarried careth for the things that belong to the Lord, how he may please the Lord:


    We will explore how to live victoriously as a single leader.


    Join Pastor Tracy live at www.LivewithPT.com for inspirational insights that will change your life forever.  You can also connect with PT online twitter.com/tracydevolt , or www.facebook.com/LiveWithPT.  To reach PT via email contact her at: pastortracy@lighthousewcc.org. 

  • 00:28

    Adjustment of Status v. Consular Processing, Provisional Waiver, Regular Waiver

    in Legal

    The United States Immigration Laws allows certain relatives to file for other relatives. In addition, the intending immigrant has to do either Consular processing or adjustment of status to eventually get the “green card.” Green card holder or lawful permanent resident (LPR) means the same thing.As spouse who is a LPR or United States citizen (USC) can file for a spouse. A child who is age 21 and USC can file for a parent. A parent who is a USC can file for children (married or unmarried). A parent who is an LPR can file for unmarried children. A sibling who is a USC and age 21 can file for another sibling. Aunts & uncle and niece & nephew cannot file for the other. If the intending immigrant is in the US and made a lawful entry, the intending immigrant may adjust status in the US. If the intending immigrant did not make a lawful entry, the intending immigrant if in the US has to return his/her US consulate to be processed for the green card. Undocumented means that that the intending was not inspected and admitted. A person who came to the US undocumented and got married to a USC, the intending immigrant may file for a provisional waiver before (s)he goes to the US consulate to be processed.  A person who did not make a lawful entry, stayed in the US for 366 days, and you leave the US, you will be barred for 10 years from coming back. Provisional waiver reduces that time to about two weeks.


    Marcus A. Jarvis Attorney, 3621 85th Ave. Suite 201, Brooklyn Park, MN 55443 Tel 763 425 5447 www.m-jlawltd.com Book: “A Simple Guide to the Immigration Laws of the United States: What you NEED to know when you come to America.”  

  • 00:11

    Changing last name of children

    in Legal

    Kirk Stange talks about an important issue in child custody cases involving unmarried parents.  In some cases, the father seeks to change the last name of the child when the child is given the last name of the mother.  This typically takes case in paternity litigation.  


    This episode is based on an article on Family Law Headquarters titled: When can a child's last name be changed?


    You can find out more about the St. Louis Paternity Lawyers or St. Louis Name Change Attorneys at Stange Law Firm, PC by calling 1-855-805-0595.


     


     

  • 00:32

    Young, Single & Celibate in the City

    in Women

    It's natural to desire to be in a relationship. And if you beliee in "happily ever after" then that's what you desire. And yet a lot of women, particularly black women, aren't coupled up. But why? Is the so-called shortage of good black men real or a myth? Have many black women given up on finding a good brother? Would they rather be single than date and marry interracially? And is this a viable option for black women? Can a woman be single, celibate and happy?


    "Some black women choose to be single rather than settle, but rarely is this discussed as a real explanation for why some black women are unmarried," writes Angela Stanley, a researcher at the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity at Ohio State University. (Black, Female & Single, NYTimes.com, 12/10/11) 


    We'll hear Dionne Renae's story as to why she is, at 34, Young, Single & Celibate in the City. That's Thursday, April 30, 6:30pm ET on She Struts Radio. Tune in. 


     

  • 01:06

    Unmarried Parenting: What Happens When Children Are In the Middle?

    in Dads and Family

    Are both parents always the “best” parent for their children? Today, Glenn Barker, Executive Director of The ManKind Project, Dr. Marvin Thompson, Educator and Founder of Empower ED LLC and Chloé Taylor Brown connect with Sheila Peltzer, President of KN2P (Kids Need 2 Parents) to discuss her mission of Shared Parenting and her work to change custody laws to maximize the time children spend with both parents. Sheila Peltzer has worked for the past 7 years to make "rebuttable presumed shared parenting" the standard in family law. This 75 year-old grandmother says, “I will continue to work till I'm 100 to make it finally happen.”  


    Discover your best self today when you take the PEP! This personal excellence assessment helps you lay out a blueprint to start creating a more harmonious, prosperous, whole-life experience. Tweet @MKPChicago  @ChloeTBrown   DrTeducates 

  • 01:57

    Direct Descendants of Jesus Christ by Mary Magdalene are Alive Today

    in Politics

    Account of miracle performed by the one mighty and strong, on a former prostitute, similar to the one Jesus performed on Mary Magdalene. The blood of Jesus is the lineage that has the right to the keys of the Kingdom of God by lineage, just as direct descendants of Aaron have the right to the office of a Bishop, saith my God, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.  Analysis of CNN program "Finding Jesus", a naked lie, throwing the truth under the bus to advance a feminist agenda.  


      "I will venture to say that if Jesus Christ were now to pass through the most pious countries in Christendom with a train of women,. such as used to follow him, fondling about him, combing his hair, anointing him with precious ointment, washing his feet with tears, and wiping them with the hair of their heads and unmarried, or even married, he would be mobbed, tarred, and feathered, and rode, not on an ass, but on a rail. What did the old Prophet mean when he said (speaking of Christ), "He shall see his seed, prolong his days, &c." Did Jesus consider it necessary to fulfil every righteous command or requirement of his Father? He most certainly did. This he witnessed by submitting to baptism under the hands of John. "Thus it becometh us to fulfil all righteousness," said he. Was it God's commandment to man, in the beginning, to multiply and replenish the earth? None can deny this, neither that it was a righteous command; for upon an obedience to this, depended the perpetuity of our race. Did Christ come to destroy the law or the Prophets, or to fulfil them? He came to fulfil. Did he multiply, and did he see his seed? Did he honour his Father's law by complying with it, or did he not? Others may do as they like, but I will not charge our Saviour with neglect or transgression in this or any other duty."  Orson Hyde; Journal of Discourses, 26 vols., 4:, p.260

  • 00:39

    Family Based Visa--Relatives who may file for other relatives

    in Legal

    Family Based Immigration Law-which relative may file for other relative?


    A United States Citizen (USC)


    A USC can file for a spouse, children (married or unmarried), parents, and siblings.


    A USC cannot file for grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins.


    For a USC child to file for a parent, the child has to be age 21 or older.


    Foe a USC sibling to file for a sibling, the USC has to be age 21 or older


    “Immediate relative” means a visa number is available for the spouse, child or parent  to get a green card. At the time of filing, the child has to be under age 21.


    “Preference category” means that the intending immigrant has to wait for a visa to apply for a green card based upon that intending immigrant country of nationality.


    A Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR)/Green card holder GCH)


    A LPR can file for spouse and unmarried children. A child under 21 and a spouse is a mixed immediate relative and a preference category. The spouse has to wait while for a visa number, but it comes much sooner that say a sibling or a child over 21 to get that visa number.


    A child who is over 21 is a preference category candidate.LPR cannot file for parent.LPR cannot file for sibling, LPR cannot file for married children   


    Marcus Jrvis, attorney, 3621 85th Ave. N., Suite 201, Brooklyn Park, MN 55443. 763 425 5447. www.m-jlawltd.com www.a-tbooks.com