Focus on health inequities and their impact in the African American Communities especially from the perspective of a Man, Father, Husband.
Health inequities continue to prevail in the African American communities. Despite economic or social status, people of color are too often treated differently among medical institutions and professionals.
The impact of that treatment can have devastating impacts among those treated unfairly. While women are more vocal about this treatment, we tend to forget to listen and encourage the voice of men when they bare witness to a loved one being on the receiving end of treatment, and feeling the sense of helplessness addressing their care.
Hear the story of one young man whose sense of fear, anger, and doubt left him with a sense of not wanting any more children after he watched his wife suffer insurmountable pain during the birth experience of their child.
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This episode we focus on the change in direction of some churches to now take on the issues of Mental Health and Emotional Wellness in their congregations. Parking Lot Series focuses on topics raised during the Community Trainings that warrant …
Rev. O shares personal and intimate stories of writing about her traumatic interruptions and how she learned the power of being resilient to overcome and find the will to live.
It has been a Christian tradition to pray more when dealing with a traumatic life interruption. Our guest Pastors have heard you and are saying Pray and........But is your church listening to you?
Raised as an only child, Rev.Dr. Marcia Clinkscales has been educating, empowering and ministering to women through successful careers and life, only to discover siblings she never knew she had and now who are changing her life.
We focused on the stages of grief and trauma in this family’s life and how they questioned if God was listening. Hear what they discovered.
After going through many life shattering events, Odell is defining her journey through reinventing herself.