Part 1 - The Forgiveness Diet with Dr. Jendayo Grady
1/19/2016Moderator, Jacquie Staton The Forgiveness Diet: A Healing Guide for African American Women and the People Who Love Them
This book discussion moderatored by Jacquie Staton of Best Fit Formula, LLC. with the author, Dr. Jendayo Grady is on the book, The Forgiveness Diet. Dr. Grady uses the Word of God to take us on a spiritual and psychological journey into the crippling effects of living daily with unforgiveness. Dr. Grady is a graduate of Morehouse College and Howard University. Upon earning his Ph.D in clinical psychology, he founded Holystic Health & Wealth, Inc., a Christian based healing corporation whose mission is to help people to become whole.
A book discussion with Dr. Melody T. McCloud author of Blessed Health: The African American Woman's Guide to Physical and Spiritual Well-Being on Tues. Feb. 16, 2010. The moderator for this event was Rev. Cassandra Harris-Gray of new Mount Zion Baptist Church in Shelbyville, KY.
12/15/2009Dr. Stephanie Mitchem African American Women tapping Power and Spiritual Wellness
A book discussion with Dr. Stephanie Mitchem, Associate Professor of Religious and Women's Studies at University of South Carolina, which was moderated by Rev. Willie Mae Hawkins, founder of Spring, Inc in Enfeld, NC.
The teleconference was moderated by the Rev. Cassandra Harris-Gray of New Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Shelbyville, KY. It featured Dr. Elaine M. Flake, co-pastor of Greater Allen Cathedral AME of New York and author of the book, God in Her Midst.
A book discussion with Dr. Susan K. Smith, author of Crazy Faith, Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives and Pastor of Advent UCC in Columbus, OH. This teleconference is followed by a booksigning event at Border's Books at 4th Street Live in Louisville, KY.
A book discussion teleconference with Rev. Dr. Delores C. Carpenter, pastor of Michigan park Christian Church and Professor of Religious Studies at Howard University School of Divinity in Washington, DC and author of A Time For Honor: A Portrait of African-American Clergywomen on June 23, 2009 at 7:00 PM (Eastern).
5/26/2009Dr. Walter M. Brown, Jr. Igniting Prayer's Passion and Power In Us
A time of prayer, reflection and discussion with pastor of Bethany Church of God In Christ in Jacksonville, FL, The Rev. Dr. Walter M. Brown, Jr. Dr. Brown is the author of the book, Igniting Prayer's Passion and Power in Us. Learn the systematic approach to prayer called "Weaponized Prayer" presented by Dr. Walter M. Brown, Jr.
Recording of first leadership planning meeting on Dec. 23, 2008. Attendees: Shawnna Anderson, Ruth Harvey, Jamytta Bell, Brenda Burney, LaTisha Tippins, Carol Saunders, Amariah McIntosh,Deborah Gilbert-Smith and Altonnette D. Hawkins. Minutes were taken by Rev. Shawnna Anderson.
The Throne Room Prayer teleconference of the Daughters of Hannah Prayer group was led by Rev. Brenda Burney, Pastor of St. Paul's Good-Shepherd UP Church in Park Forest, IL. Rev. Burney used the text from Luke 18. This was a powerful and spirit-filled time of prayer of thanksgiving and intercession as we lift up our prayer requests, protection for all during the upcoming election, Jennifer Hudson's family, our churches, each DIVA'S ministry, the sick and shut-in, and God's divine protection and provision. Rev. Burney reminded us that we should pray and not faint for we have been called for such a time as this.
This is a excerpt of the self-care discussion led by Rev. Hawkins with DIVAS from Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland and Kentucky around ministry boundary issues. As women in ministry, we are not Superwomen, we do not wear a S on our chest and it is too hard being God so leave it to God! A wonderful analogy of the raw egg was presented by Rev. Jackson of 15th St. Baptist Chrurch in Nashville, TN for delegation strategies. If you missed this teleconference, listen, learn and lean on Jesus for all of your self-care needs!
This is an excerpt of the self-care discussion about ministry boundary issues led by Rev. Hawkins with DIVAS from Ohio, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Maryland and New Jersey. As women in ministry, we are not Superwomen, we do not wear a S on our chest and it is too hard being God so let God be God! One of the highlights was a wonderful metaphor of the raw egg depicting delegation strategies, which was presented by Rev. Bennett of 15th St. Baptist Church in Nashville, TN. If you missed this teleconference, listen, learn and lean on Jesus for all of your self-care needs!