About The Broadcast

A weekly radio show designed to inspire, encourage, entertain & motivate listeners by discussing some of the hottest topics and social issues in or society today! We will have industry experts answer some of your most thought-provoking questions, Call in guests share some of the most heartfelt stories and life experiences.  We will have an open discussion about Politics,  Social Issues,  Spirituality, Beauty, Style Fashion tips and Celebrity Gossip. Occasionally, special guest Co-Hosts, panel segments and  featured interviews will add even more excitement to the show. Let's Face It, Real People, Real Topics, Real Talk.

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  • Bible answers...For Life's Questions- Pastor Darren Phelps Sheds some Insight

    February 29, 2016

    Pastor Darren W. Phelps (Pastor Darren) is the senior pastor/ founder. He was licensed to preach at age 15 at Allen AME Church, Queens NY. He was ordained at age 24 at the Mount Olivet Baptist Church, Petersburg VA.  At age 25 Pastor Darren was called to the Pastor the Hickory Run Baptist Church, VA.  In 2008, he founded the Bethel Christian Church, DC with a focus on radical inclusivity – affirmatively welcoming of all people regardless of sexual orientation, race/ethnicity, gender identity or expression or economic situation.   Bethel is a vision-driven multicultural church, called to speak to this generation. We're a church where people can grow in Christ and become transformed so that they might transform their world. Bethel is affiliated with the Fellowship of Affirming Ministries (TFAM), under the leadership of Bishop Yvette Flunder.  Pastor Darren is passionate about developing a hub in the community where the church resides. He has a heart for all of God’s children whether gay, straight, black, white, transgender, bisexual, young or seasoned. Pastor Darren reaches through the walls of conventionalism and he is a strong voice for those who have been marginalized. Pastor Darren is a dynamic teacher and preacher that embraces community, diversity, justice, equality, worship, fellowship, inclusion and social action.      

  • The Author Incubator

    February 22, 2016

    The Author Incubator is a powerful place for coaches, experts, and healers who feel called to write a book that really makes a difference in peoples’ lives. Most people procrastinate or are unsuccessful because there are overpowered by fear, they don’t know the essential techniques to successfully write a book, or they don’t know the techniques essential to creating a platform that will draw to them the people they need to help and the opportunities they want to create. We’ve spent decades developing techniques to teach even the most inexperienced writers how to share their story in a way that both creates a powerful difference in many people’s lives and grows their businesses so they can make a difference in the world. Our success is proven – since 2010 we have created over 150 bestselling books and helped their authors make their biggest ever impact in the world, launching or multiplying their practices and generating millions while helping tens of thousands heal themselves and improve their lives.

  • "How to Love Yourself First!" & "Dreams Really Do Come True!"

    February 15, 2016

    "Dreams Really Do Come True!" Chic... Bold... Elegant... Seductive... Just a few words to describe Antwon Jackson’s work. There’s no doubt that he can do it all — with his discriminating eye, with talent that stems from sheer devotion to embellishing clients’ good looks, and with years of daily salon experience. When it comes to exquisitely styled hair, Antwon is New York’s newest “hair star,” and he is making his presence felt with a fresh approach to styling.  He is now a regular hairstylist to TV talk show queen Wendy Williams. A fast-rising star of live television, Antwon is now adding print and film to his repertoire. 2011 Emmy for Outstanding Achievement in Hairstyling "Love Yourself First" Andrea Wright wrote her first book when she was six years old, realizing early on, her passion for writing. At the University of Illinois, Andrea initially majored in Journalism, but settled on Psychology and Advertising. Putting her psychology degree to good use, she began a successful corporate career managing both people and projects as an Assistant Vice President of Marketing at Nations Bank and several other Director and Senior level positions in the pharmaceutical, banking, retail industries. She didn’t write again until 2002, waking from a dream, she felt compelled to put pen to paper.  And she hasn’t stopped. As a result of a corporate downsizing, she reconnected with passions she never forgot: writing and life coaching. Throwing herself head first into her new career, Andrea has taken several courses at Southwest Institute of Healing Arts and is a Life Coach.