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Sophia Ruffin – The Comeback Kid

Sophia Ruffin is on the show to discuss her journey from an alternative lifestyle to finding Christ. Sophia is a prophetic speaker who has ministered throughout the U.S. bringing a powerful and radical message of deliverance.  Sophia’s story of deliverance from the spirit of homosexuality was aired on CBN 700 CLUB on June 29, 2017. Sophia…

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Novelette Aldred Tranquility Counselling – Counselling Behind Bars – Part 2

Join Alison as she Concludes her conversations with Novelette Aldred, on being a counsellor to prisoners, pre-marital couples, married and her journey to becoming a Chaplain.  Novelette believes that The philosophy of counselling is like a journey from despair to hope; with strong emphasis of respect and empathy. It is conducted in a non-judgemental relationship,…

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Novelette Aldred Tranquility Counselling – Counselling Behind Bars – Part 1

Join Alison as she speaks with Novelette Aldred, on being a counsellor to prisoners, pre-marital couples, married and her journey to becoming a Chaplain.  Novelette believes that The philosophy of counselling is like a journey from despair to hope; with strong emphasis of respect and empathy. It is conducted in a non-judgemental relationship, which provides…

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Guilty by Association. Watch the Company you Keep!

Can you be different from those that you closely associate with? Is the saying “birds of a feather flock together” true? Or “show me your friends and I’ll tell you who you are” is that right?  If it were not so, how then can you be guilty by association? Growing up I always heard the…

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Dr. Nicole Cammack Talks Black Mental Wellness

Dr. Cammack is passionate about mental health awareness, treatment, and reducing the mental health stigma, particularly as it relates to Black communities. Both her clinical and research interests have continually focused on mental health issues specific to the Black community and identifying ways to address the cultural and systemic issues that impact Black mental health…

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Dr. Delroy Hall – Good Mental Health & Bereavement Counselling

Dr. Hall has worked as a counsellor for over thirty years within a variety of settings. Namely universities, the NHS, the third sector, mental health services, Rampton Hospital, and private practice. Before training as a counsellor, he worked as a telephone engineer for a well-known telecoms company. For over thirty years he has been a…

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The Gaslighting of Black People

I first heard of gaslighting many years ago and had no clue what it meant, so I looked it up.  The term came from a 1938 play “Gas Light”, where Gregory an abusive husband, manipulates his wife Paula to make her feel as if she has gone mad. He leads her to believe she’s stealing…

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Chika Okoro – Colorism, It’s still a thing!

Chika Okoro, is passionate about all things women of color and believe it is her calling to inspire Black women to find self-love, self-worth, and experience the healing that enables them to have the confidence to live the full expression of themselves. In 2015, while getting her MBA at Stanford, Chika came across a casting…

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Baz Dreisinger – Incarceration Nations

Alison speaks with Baz Dreisinger, A Journey to Justice in Prisons Around the World. The School to prison pipeline is real! Professor, journalist, and founder of the Prison-to-College-Pipeline program, Baz Dreisinger looks into the human stories of incarcerated men and women and those who imprison them, creating a jarring, poignant view of a world to which most…

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All Men Are Dogs!…. But Are They Really Though?

I have heard the expression so many times over the years and it has made me think. Are all men really dogs? Or is it the choices that are being made? After all, a dog treated right is actually the most loyal animal to have around. I think that is it time that we stop…

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