Here are the shows for July. July 1, 2017 Guest: Ms. Jean Mickens, President, Peach Tree Chapter of AARP Topic: “Funfabtastic 50+” – Cool resources, services and activities to add flavor to the lives of the “mature” crowd.
We’re building a community-centric church to meet the spiritual, physical, recreational, social, health, educational and intellectual needs of community members of all ages.
We lead with career and health matters as the summer kicks off. June shows are jumpin’! June 24, 2017 Guest: Mr. Eugene Hawkins, Owner, Family Fitness Center Topic: “Ripped, Snatched and Tight for Life!” – Our resident body builder offers tips for staying fit. June 17, 2017 Guest: Mr. Carlton Daniels, former HR executive, Columbia […]
“Money Moves” – 401 K, stocks, life insurance, college funds, and more. It can all be a ball of twisted yarn if you don’t know how to organize your affairs. Learn about the different types of advisers and what each offers to position you for financial security.
April shows challenged us to stretch our thinking and stock up new resources for living bigger and better. First, Rev. Evans from the National Black Church Initiative discussed asthma and lupus. Then Tyrone Berkel from BX Records dug into how Black churches could grow through digital media. Rev. Michael Miller informed us how martial arts boosts learning. Rev. Calvin Kendrick, Former Pastor of Victory Baptist Church (Bronx), offered some fascinating facts on people of color and housing. And closing out the month, Rev. Isaac Graham, Pastor of Macedonia Baptist Church (Harlem), got real about what it takes to be a church leader.
Principle Centered Living Radio kicked off its first month with Dr. Faith W. Smalls, as she spoke about Women’s History Month and the Trump administration. Rev. Deborah D. Jenkins shared her perspectives on women clergy. Later in the month, Rev. Dr. Robert A. Smith, Jr. talked about key women in his life, then discussed his book, “Flying with Broken Wings”. Wrapping up the month, Rev. Grace Emanuel shared information on domestic abuse and sexual assault. And, April got underway as Rev. Anthony Evans presented autism and lupus resources.