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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
The One Mic Stand with SimplyNay is writing a new chapter. We are producing shows that uplift the voices of what we believe embody as the feminine spirit, whether masculine or feminine centered. In our first episode, our host Rasp explores how you deal with being a woman over 40 or under 40? What it is like being unmarried? What are the experiences of the dating scene? As well as how one feels wthout having biological children? What do women really want? Maybe, the answers aren't as difficult they seem! Join us to find out these answers and many more.
The 9Mind Sacred Sisterhood show is were Indigenous North America Black women can finally tell our own story. Often our plight is told by everyone except we. This show seeks to change that long held tradition. Because social media has now given disgruntled brothus and conintel pro ministers of miss information an endless platform to display WSHH vidoes of females defined to be ratchett and self hating with the intended purpose to malign and devalue BW. We Sisters can no longer sit by and simply remain silent as they launch their agendas of Black gender division orchestrated at instructing our successful BM that the worse place for a Black child to be is in the womb of a BW which is CODE for telling Brothus to go have babies by non BW as if they havn't been already doing that. This malicious attack against we by mysognistic males who have never been married to even one Sister is totally unacceptable. Men who would rather put the focus on our short comings while their own lack of HONOR and intergrity towards the Mothers of their own BASTARD kids should be just excused and ignored is outrageously hypocritical. BM have obviously sunk to an all time low if these internet advice COONS with bastard kids themselves have become the new Dr. Lauras and Dr. Phils of our dysfucntional Communities that these same males abandoned (like their women) to go reside in white ones.
The One Mic Stand with SimplyNay is writing a new chapter. We are producing shows that uplift the voices of what we believe embody as the feminine spirit, whether masculine or feminine centered. Join our host Rasp as she explores what women really want? Whether your a woman over 40 or under 40 lets hear about what you really want? What it is like being unmarried? What are the experiences of the dating scene? How does it feel to be with or without biological children? What do women really want? Maybe, the answers aren't as difficult as they seem! What is it thats makes women keep holding on to pain? When is enough, really enough? Why do women settle for second best for themselfs? What about women that abuse women? How do you leave an abusive relationship? Finding resource in times of need? What happens when she or he walks out on you? Becoming an whole person is possiable! These are some of many topics we will be exploring on this show every Sunday 8-9 pm . Join us to find out these answers and many more...
Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
When she was 56, Angela Merici said "No" to the Pope. She was aware that Clement VII was offering her a great honor and a great opportunity to serve when he asked her to take charge of a religious order of nursing sisters. But Angela knew that nursing was not what God had called her to do with her life.
She had just returned from a trip to the Holy Land. On the way there she had fallen ill and become blind. Nevertheless, she insisted on continuing her pilgrimage and toured the holy sites with the devotion of her heart rather than her eyes. On the way back she had recovered her sight. But this must have been a reminder to her not to shut her eyes to the needs she saw around her, not to shut her heart to God's call.
All around her hometown she saw poor girls with no education and no hope. In the fifteenth and sixteenth century that Angela lived in, education for women was for the rich or for nuns. Angela herself had learned everything on her own. Her parents had died when she was ten and she had gone to live with an uncle. She was deeply disturbed when her sister died without receiving the sacraments. A vision reassured her that her sister was safe in God's care -- and also prompted her to dedicate her life to God.
It took many years of frustration before Angela's radical ideas of education for all and unmarried women in service were accepted. They are commonplace to us now because people like Angela wanted to help others no matter what the cost.
Join us in a light-hearted conversation with speaker, life coach and national best selling author, Georgia Woodbine. The question of the day is: How To Attract The Right Man In Your Life? Statistics show that over 50% of americans are unmarried. Does this make you feel more or less pressured to marry? Do you find yourself confronted with nagging questions such as; Why do I settle into wrong relationships that does not meet my expectation or help me grow? Why do I focused on finding a man vs. attracting one? Why am I attracting the wrong men? Where are all the good men? Why am I still single? Get the answers to these and other questions, as we discover powerful truths that will empower you to transform your approach to attracting the right man for you.
If you've listened to LOVEOLOGY for any length of time, it is clear that there is a specific language we use when referring to the unmarried life. For instance, we say "unmarried" not "single". There is also an emphasis on establishing the value of being unmarried as more than just an in between to marriage. There is such power in the unmarried state, and Apostle Daryl's message to the unmarried is something that has forever transformed my life and the way I look at being an unmarried woman. Listen in this week as he shares his powerful, compelling and thought-provoking "Message to the Unmarried".
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Public Aid, the money issued by the government to women who have no adequate means to support their children, was meant as a temporary emergency fund until the women were able to find employment. Unfortunately, for many uneducated women who had children in high school, the low paying jobs for which they were eligible paid less than their Public Aid checks. The Welfare system quickly became a way of life, as unmarried teen motherhood and a life on public aid was passed down generation to generation. Unless the father of her child had a job that paid more than her monthly check, a mother often made the financial decision to stay single rather than have her aid check discontinued ifshe got married. Now, with the urban crisis of single mothers, absent fathers, broken families, gangs replacing sports teams and youth organizations in communities, gang wars over drug turf, and senseless gun violence taking innocent lives, its time to examine the root of the problem - the breakddwn of marriage and family. Has giving public aid to women discouraged couples from getting married? Let's stop talking about how "men are the maintiners of women" and face the reality of what has happened. How do we use our collective economic power to finance independent businesses that would empower the men to marry their babies mothers, take care of their families and regain the respect of their children?
On this episode of "The Brian and Shanon Radio Show," we're discussing marriage: Should pastors perform marriages for unmarried couples living together? Also, we're discussing the pastor who lost his pastorship after officiating his gay son's marriage. We are also discussing whether mental health issues are taboo in the Church. Listen in and download the show for later!
Human sexuality is an important biblical topic. It is an equally important topic in the world where sexual promiscuity is rampant on TV, in the movies, the internet ography, and indiscreet advertisements in magazines and even radio commercials. The secular world has no problem flaunting sexuality before our eyes. It has no remorse in using women's bodies and sexual situations and innuendos to sell, entice, and even control people so that they can get money out of them. The world takes that which was made holy by God and uses it to make money. This is not how it should be.
According to the National Association of Evangelicals, 80 percent of unmarried evangelical Christians between ages 18-29 admit to having had premarital sex, a shocking figure when measured against the number of pledges made in youth ministries and wristbands worn endorsing abstinence around the country throughout the late ’80s and early ’90s. For a generation fed a steady diet of “just wait until you’re married for sex,” why are so many of us losing our virginity before we say “I do”? What is causing the growing chasm between our Christian belief and sexual purity?
Join us Monday night for this important discussion
Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement.
St. Benedict Joseph Labre - Patron of Unmarried men (bachelors), rejects, mental illness, mentally ill people, insanity, beggars, hobos, the homeless. Called "the Beggar of Rome," a pilgrim recluse. He was born in Amettes, France, on March 25, 1748, the eldest of eighteen children. Studying under his uncle, a parish priest, at Erin, France, Benedict tried to join the Trappists, Carthusians, and Cistercians but was refused by these orders. In 1770, he made a pilgrimage to the major shrines of Europe, settling in Rome in 1774. There he lived near the Colosseum and earned fame for his sanctity. Benedict was devoted to the Blessed Sacrament and attended the Forty Hours devotion in the city. He died in Rome on April 16, and was beatified in 1860. He was canonized in 1883.
Join me as I interview guest Sara Eckel, the author of IT’S NOT YOU: 27 (WRONG) REASONS YOU’RE SINGLE. Eckel discusses the way that Buddhism and meditation helped her deal with the struggles of unchosen singlehood.
Sara will be discussing her book and giving listeners steps to take to happiness in the single life. Sara will be taking caller's questions so feel free to call in. 347-426-3338.
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