SHOW - SEPTEMBER 4, 2020
PASTORS JAY AND ASHLEY PATRICK, LIBERATION CHURCH, RICHMOND, VA
If you heard the term "let's get back to the basic," and didn't quite understand how you get back to basics with everything going on in the world, you need to take time to catch all of the golden nuggets shared in this show. Cynthia, along with special guests Pastor Jay and Ashley, discuss the importance of balance, keeping your faith strong, trusting God's process, pivoting and not panicking during this pandemic, and using the time to assess your life and realign, and more. Listen to the full show here.
SHOW - SEPTEMBER 11, 2020
CAPTAIN MELODY ROBINSON AND COMMANDING OFFICER ANTOINE ROBINSON, NEW YORK
Do you remember what you were doing during this horrific event? Do you remember where you were on September 11th in 2001? The 9/11 attack killed 2,996 people, including and the 24 victims whose remains were never recovered. Cynthia recounts and pays tribute with two incredible guests, Captain Melody Robinson, NYPD 81st Precinct, and Commanding Officer Antoine Robinson, BSVAC, who experienced 9/11. Listen to the full show here.
SHOW - SEPTEMBER 18, 2020
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF NORTHSIDE COALITION FOR CHILDREN
Friday's show was POWER PACKED with information about the importance of Pulling On Your Village! When we come together to meet the people's needs in our community, we can accomplish great things and change lives. Our Special Guest, Shonda Harris-Muhammed touched on the effects of bad childhood experiences, overcoming past pains, building relationships, and more. If you missed our show on Rejoice 101.3 FM 990 AM - No worries, we've got you covered with the replay.
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Pastor, Therapist, and
Founder of Molestation Epidemic
Ira Warren is an ordained pastor, holistic massage therapist, actress,poet, singer, author and is the Founder of Molestation Epidemic. Ira Warren graduated in 2013 from Grand Canyon University with a B.A in Theology. She is also a Certified Christian Counselor. The native Texas now resides in Philadelphia, Pa with her husband John Warren and three of ten children. Her husband and children are right behind her supporting her dreams. Her passion is to serve and to bring awareness of child molestation and domestic violence to her community. Her vision is to make her organization Molestation Epidemic worldwide until every victim voice is heard. Ira Warren's motto is "Overcome to Become" who God has created one to be.
Bystorm Entertainment/RCA Records artist Mali Music emerged an underground fave for his arresting mash-up of contemporary, inspirational story-telling. He made mainstream waves at the 2011 BET Awards as the first inspirational artist to take the Music Matters stage.
MALI MUSIC'S LATEST RELEASE - THE BOOK OF MALI
Mali Music’s fifth album, released in a partnership between his own imprint, K Approved Enterprises, and RCA Inspiration.
Deaf Leader, Activist, and Natural stylist
Sheena Cobb is a Black, Queer, Deaf woman. She was born and raised in Richmond, Va. Sheena initially went to mainstream public schools until 9th grade when she transferred to Model Secondary School for the Deaf in Washington, DC. In 2003, Sheena graduated High School but did not initially want to go to college because she hated school. In 2010, Sheena graduated from J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College with a Clerical Assistant Certificate, but was unable to find a job in that field. After her late grandfather departed from this life, Sheena was very depressed and experienced domestic violence in her relationship. In 2015, Sheena graduated Beauty School in Nashville, TN. Now fast forward to today, Sheena is a Black, Deaf Leader, Activist, and Natural stylist. She is a fierce advocate for open captioning at movie theaters to provide access for Our Deaf/ Hard of Hearing/DeafBlind/Late-Deafened community.
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