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Dallas’ Shuanette Bradley on her rise in real estate: ‘After constantly being told that I wasn’t good enough, the desire in me grew’

DALLASShuanette Bradley isn’t a real estate agent just to say she’s one.

Given her immeasurable track record in this ever-so-competitive industry, she’s one whose reputation is such that she’s accustomed to helping consumers reap favorable results, particularly as it relates to purchasing a home.

HAVING AN IMMEDIATE IMPACT — Having been a fixture in the real estate market for a little more than three years, Shuanette Bradley keen professionalism undoubtedly has given way to her blossoming into one of Dallas/Fort Worth’s best kept secrets in this ever-so-popular industry.

All things considered, it all starts with enlightening potential home-buyers on the key essentials steps necessary to making their home-buying dreams come true.

“As a real estate agent, I try to educate my clients on the process from the beginning,” Bradley told Making Headline News this week. “I have clients who reach out to me with credit scores that are below approval rate. We sit down and put a plan together to repair their credit, while educating them on the importance of it and how to maintain good credit. I always stress that I don’t do credit repair, but teach credit education.”

Most importantly, establishing a solid rapport with prospective home buyers is extremely imperative for Bradley, 35, one of Dallas/Fort Worth’s most efficient and resourceful real estate agents.

Having been a fixture in the real estate arena for a little more than three years, Bradley’s keen professionalism undoubtedly has given way to her blossoming into one of DFW’s best kept secrets in this ever-so-popular industry.

“Being able to meet many different people, educate them on the process and make dreams come true,” said Bradley, when asked what she loves the most about her venture. “(I love) witnessing how the very thing that men say is impossible becomes a constant witness of how God makes it possible.”

For Bradley, a 2001 graduate of Dallas’ A. Maceo Smith New Tech High School, climbing the steps to real estate excellence didn’t merely come easy.

For starters, Bradley had become a teenage mother, whose lofty aspirations of enrolling in college were ultimately delayed as a result.

Fortunately for Bradley, that is when she sensed it was time to take a much-needed reality check.

SHE’S GOT YOU COVERED — Establishing a solid rapport is extremely imperative for Bradley, 35, one of Dallas/Fort Worth’s most efficient and resourceful real estate agents.

“I went work from job to job and, after constantly being told that I wasn’t good enough or smart enough or polished enough to excel in certain areas, the desire in me grew,” Bradley recalled. “I knew who I was and what I was capable of doing or becoming, so constantly being told no, gave me the desire to go after it even more.”

And after it she went.

And to her credit, she kept at it until she began to possess and savor the favorable results she so desperately sought.

“My girls…they are my inspiration,” Bradley said. “I want them to know that no matter what road life takes you on, the journey you choose is always a reflection from the choices you make.  They have watched me struggle. They have watched me fall and they are now watching me succeed.

Today, unlike never before, Bradley doesn’t shy away from the notion that she’s more determined not to just impact the lives of her family, but also others who likewise are struggling to connect with their God-given purpose.

PROFESSOR REALTOR — “As a real estate agent, I try to educate my clients on the process from the beginning,” Bradley told Making Headline News this week. “I have clients who reach out to me with credit scores that are below approval rate. We sit down and put a plan together to repair their credit, while educating them on the importance of it and how to maintain good credit. I always stress that I don’t do credit repair, but teach credit education.”

On August the 11, Bradley’s organization, Moms Undefeated, will host a community-wide empowerment assembly, during which she will stress to mothers from various walks of life the importance of walking in what she labels “the fullness of their purpose.”

“This is near and dear to my heart, something I have dreamt about for over 10 years,” Bradley said. “The name has changed many times, but the vision has always remained the same. I am excited about the launch, and I pray that the lives of many will be changed because of Moms Undefeated.  I’ve always had a passion to help others and, while growing up in my neighborhood, there weren’t a lot of opportunities available…or at least we didn’t know about them.”

“My personal mission for doing (this line of) work is to use it as a platform to encourage, inspire, and minister to people who were like me, who were constantly told no, and who made mistakes in lives, but did not allow those mistakes to hinder them,” Bradley said.

MAKING MAJOR STRIDES — Given Bradley’s immeasurable track record in this ever-so-competitive industry, she’s one whose reputation is such that she’s accustomed to helping consumers produce favorable results, particularly as it relates to purchasing a home.

By and large, it all starts with self-love and, most importantly, believing in one’s self, Bradley emphasized.

“I believe that a lot of times, we don’t believe in ourselves enough or we get so caught up in seeking validation from others, worrying about who isn’t supporting us that we end up missing out on living our best life,” Bradley said. “It’s important for me to esteem and inspire others daily, because I want others to see that as long as you seek God in everything that you do, what others say, do, or feel, won’t matter.”

Now we know why she isn’t just a real estate agent just to say she’s one.

Rather, she’s one whose reputation is such that she’s accustomed to helping consumers produce favorable results.

Both at buying a home and, most of all, at conquering life.

 

For more information about Dallas/Fort Worth-area Real Estate Agent Shuanette Bradley, connect with her via Facebook under: Shuanette Bradley. Also, she can be reached via email at: snlouds@gmail.com

 

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Texas Evangelist Teresa Tarpley on her nationally-acclaimed book: ‘Once you pick it up, you will not be able to put it back down’

FORT WORTH, Texas — Just after midday on Monday, Evangelist Teresa Tarpley took to her Facebook page, where she staged a rather thought-provoking post before her more than 2,600 social media affiliates.

TEXAS SIZE BLESSING — Heeding the worthy advice of her cousin, Evangelist Teresa Tarpley eventually took embraced what undoubtedly was a golden opportunity to put an assortment of her life’s experiences to paper, a trend that had ultimately led to producing of her book entitled, HeartBroken: Now Healed and Delivered.

The post Tarpley displayed read: THE SAME POWER THAT TURNED WATER INTO WINE WILL TURN YOUR CRY TO JOY AND YOUR FAILURE TO SUCCESS.

Much to her delight, Tarpley can greatly attest to this remarkably compelling notion.

As Tarpley vividly explained during an interview this week with Making Headline News, it all started sometime in November 2013, during which she was working the graveyard shift.

“The Lord (eventually) had me to start journaling about my life story in 2014,” Tarpley recalled. “I began meeting a lot of family members and one of my cousins was an author of three books. She encouraged me to continue to write in 2015.”

Heeding the worthy advice of her cousin, Tarpley eventually embraced what undoubtedly was a golden opportunity to put an assortment of her life’s experiences to paper, a trend that had ultimately led to producing of her awe-inspiring book entitled, HeartBroken: Now Healed And Delivered.

PURCHASE EVANGELIST TARPLEY’S BOOK HERE: https://www.amazon.com/HeartBroken-Healed-Delivered-Teresa-Tarpley/dp/0692583734

Released officially on March 28, 2016, Tarpley’s HeartBroken: Now Healed And Delivered is an emotionally-driven written document that depicts her life dating back to before she had turned nine years of age.

In a detailed description of Tarpley’s book at Amazon.com, Tarpley’s life was described as a blur, most notably after the then-young Texas girl had moved away from the projects that were housed inner city Fort Worth, a development that, in actuality, didn’t merely make her life any better.

If nothing else, that’s when the violence began, considering she had been pushed to the background, mostly when she was spiritually imprisoned in the shadow of her older brother, a trend that eventually gave way to that kind of depression that swarmed her life long before she even reached her life’s young adult stage.

As if that wasn’t enough to cause a youngster to question her very existence, Tarpley recalls in her book how upon the birth of her third child, who was born addicted to crack, Child Protective Services had eventually got involved.

“Something had to change,” a spokesperson for Tarpley’s book acknowledged. “But would she have the strength to finally end the mess she’d made and turn her life around?”

Given the immeasurable strides Tarpley has made throughout the years, it’s safe to assume the answer to such an inquiry is a resounding yes.

“This book, Heartbroken: Now Healed And Delivered, has even reached the prisons,” Tarpley, a native Fort Worth, said. “I have received so many letters from inmates who were in prison who can relate to my story. “My testimony is very powerful. It’s about me, how my mom and dad treated me, how my brother was murdered behind weed papers.”

By and large, that’s only a fraction of what Tarpley had to endure at such a young age.

Her book, for instance, also recalls how she had been gang raped and bullied, how she had been hit by a car and locked in the trunk, how she had endured suicide attempts, all of which had ultimately given way to depression, thus caused her to turn to the dreaded life mired by prostitution and drugs — a life that eventually resulted in her giving birth to baby, who had become addicted to crack cocaine.

Still, even after all of that turmoil and chaos and confusion, even after she was left to press and navigate through life, during which it seemed her faith was bleak and she was seemingly on shaky ground, Tarpley responded exactly the way true believers are supposed to.

“I’m still standing,” Tarpley said, harboring a renewed sense of enthusiasm, coupled with a new lease on life.

Not only that, since the release of her book — which is also available on Kindle.com — Tarpley’s story has garnered national headlines.

For all the right reasons, too.

“I’ve been traveling and giving my testimony,” said Tarpley, a Dallas/Fort Worth-area radio personality who host of The Straight Up Radio Show that airs every Friday from 3-4 p.m. CST. “A lot of people pull on me and I love to help people and to encourage them.”

Interestingly, Tarpley admittedly has “been clean from crack cocaine” for more than two decades.

“For 24 years, I have not gotten high and, if God did it for me, He can do it for anybody,” Tarpley said.

BUT GOD — Tarpley’s book also recalls how she had been gang raped and bullied, how she had been hit by car locked and in the trunk, how she had endured suicide attempts, all of which had ultimately given way to depression, thus causing her to turn to the dreaded life of prostitution and drugs and eventually giving birth to baby, who had become addicted to crack cocaine.

As for her forthcoming public appearance to promote her book, she has a number of community-based events on the horizon.

On May 5, her self-founded Hurt-Broken “Now” Here And Delivered Ministries will be hosting a Mother’s Day Brunch for homeless mothers at Unity Park, located 1401 Presidio Street in Fort Worth from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. CST.

In addition, Tarpley is widely known for hosting regular job fairs for ex-offenders, as well as a youth stravaganza for troubled teens, and she has become a fixture for feeding and clothing the homeless.

Also, she’s the facilitator for an area nursing home ministry and she routinely returns to CPS, where she ministers to those with pending cases.

Interestingly, in 2013, Tarpley was the recipient for the Miss Yellow Rose Of Texas, an award signed by then-Texas Govenor Rick Perry, and in 2016, she recieved a Nehemiah Certificate for her notable contributions through evangelism.

“I’m always in the drug and alcohol treatment centers, telling my story,” Tarpley said. “I do a lot of street evangelism and I also host walkathons to stop addictions.”

Talk about advancing the kingdom just as God commands us to.

 

For more information Evangelist Teresa Tarpley, or to purchase her book, scheduled her for a speaking engagement, or to make donations or inquire about being a volunteer for her ministry, call at 817.210.7517. Also, she can be reached via email at: minister.ttarpley@yahoo.com.

 

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Andre Johnson is Founder and Publisher for Making Headline News. A 2000 graduate of the University of Memphis School of Journalism and a former staff reporter the Memphis Commercial Appeal newspaper, Johnson covers the NBA Southwest Division from Dallas, Texas. To reach Johnson, send email to andre@makingheadlinenews.com or to memphisgraduate@yahoo.com. Also, follow him on Twitter @AJ_Journalist.

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Missouri Evangelist Amber Marie Brown defies slew of seemingly insurmountable odds at young age, writes encouraging book as a result

Believe It.

Receive It.

And Step Into It.

SETTING A GODLY EXAMPLE — If nothing else, Amber Marie Brown’s love for writing only heightened when she was teenager and, as a result, this proud, single mother of two eventually emerged as the mastermind behind the book entitled, Rise To The Mission.

Whenever such an intriguing, awe-inspiring catchphrase is uttered, particularly amongst those in the Body Christ then, chances are, Amber Marie Brown’s name will emerged as the center of conversation.

For the all the right reasons, too.

To grasp a thorough concept of why Brown, a Poplar Bluff, Missouri-area Evangelist, has become greatly inspired to — in sticking to the feel-good angle of this story — step into the purpose for which God created her, look no further than how her Creator deemed it essential some time ago to set her aside for His use.

As Brown vividly recalled, she began to witness flashes of her God-manifested vision at the tender age of 17, a vision that essentially had come wrapped up in a notable gift of writing.   

“God gave me the ability to write at a young age,” Brown told Making Headline News during a weekend interview. “I would always have a journal with me. I started writing poems in junior high and published my first poem at 17 called, My Heart Is Open.”

And ever since Brown’s initial published piece was appropriately put on public display, it seemed she had never lost her passion for writing.

Heck, if nothing else, her love for  writing only heightened and, as a result, she eventually emerged as the mastermind behind the book entitled, Rise To The Mission.

AWWWWWWW —- For what it’s worth, it is because of Brown’s valiant contributions to the Body of Christ that God is yet rewarding her ways unimaginable.

“I got the vision for the book as I was praying one evening and reading the word,” Brown, a native of Dallas, Texas, said. “I came across Isaiah 60. At that moment, I knew that I was to put all the writing together and encourage God’s people to rise.”

Ironically, amongst the things about which Brown had ultimately discovered while composing her new book was that she simultaneously was walking in her divine calling as young minister of the gospel.

“I was starting to operate in my calling and, because of that, I knew that was my mission,” Brown explained. “But God has given each one of us a mission so I envisioned Rise To The Mission  and, after a confirming within my spirit, I started making it plain and writing the book.”

CONNECT WITH AMBER MARIE BROWN VIA SOCIAL MEDIA: https://www.facebook.com/UnityofSoulsMission

Ironically, amongst the things Brown had ultimately discovered while composing her new book was that she simultaneously was walking in her divine calling as young minister of the gospel.

And the rest, as they say, was history.

Not only did Brown obey the Voice of God by diligently birthing her vision through her book but, more than anything, it’s safe to assume she was starting to have a monumental impact as it pertains to advancing the kingdom for God’s glory.

“Little did I know that the love I longed for wasn’t going to be found through people, but it would be found in Jesus Christ,” said Brown, the proud Owner and Founder of the Rise To The Mission Facebook Live Show and Amber Brown Ministries. “As I grew in my faith and, after re-committing my life and wanting a true relationship with God, I started journaling in sections.”

For Brown, it wasn’t long thereafter that such a unique trend had given way to an assortment of questions, she acknowledged.

“How did God help me learn to Love? What did I have to do? How was I going to forgive those who hurt me? But I knew I couldn’t move forward until I  did,” Brown recalled. “I wrote about those things and how God made a way (in my life)….even wrote some scriptures that I read that comforted me through each situation.”

Also, Brown writes about a slew of turbulent experiences, most notably how she had endured sexual abuse, as well as physical and mental abuse as a child, not to mention how she grew up in a home mired by alcoholism, a rather abusive household that included her having moved out on her own at just 17 years of age.

GOD’S PLAN — Not only did Brown obey the Voice of God by diligently birthing her vision through her book but, more than anything, it’s safe to assume that was starting to have a monumental impact as it pertains to advancing the kingdom’s for God’s glory.

“I graduated high school on my own at 18, then received a softball scholarship, and I’ve been 13 years clean of cocaine addiction,” explained Brown, keeping it as 100 as only she could.

Interestingly, Brown needed somewhere in the neighborhood of just two-to-three months to produce Rise To The Mission.

“When I started writing, it’s hard for me to stop,” she said.

Moreover, the message she aspires to send to her readers is to encourage them not to give up regardless of their present circumstances.

“So many are throwing in the towel,” Brown said. “So many are called, but very few really step up and take the punches. So many are hurting and don’t have anyone to encourage them and let them know that there is hope. God is using me as a voice of hope. It’s not over and we already have the victory, but not everyone knows that.”

DEFYING THE ODDS — In Brown’s Rise To The Book, she writes about a slew of turbulent experiences, most notably  how she had endured sexual abuse, as well as physical and mental abuse as a child, not to mention how she grew up in a home mired by alcoholism, a rather abusive household that included her having moved out on her own at just 17 years of age.

Well, that’ll surely preach.

As for the feedback she’s garnered since the release of Rise To The Mission, Brown is especially appreciative to those who have bought into her God-mandated vision through her book.

“It’s real and relevant, transparent yet subtle, but from beginning to end, it’s encouragement mixed with scripture and teaching,” Brown said. “All men and women, boys and girls can benefit from this book. It’s for adults and for youth. The next generation needs leaders that are not scared to Rise up and to face the challenges of life. No one likes it, but it has to be done. When parents quit or leaders quit the next generation becomes what they see. God has created me for the purpose of evangelizing.”

SOLID SUPPORTING CAST — Much to her delight, Brown’s immeasurable strides both in the natural and spirit would not be possible if not for her solid support system, which includes God as well as her Mount Calvary Powerhouse Church family, and her spiritual parents, Bishop Ron and  Lady Georgia Webb.

Aside from carrying out her calling by evangelizing the kingdom, Brown is widely known as an accomplished  Health and Fitness Consultant for Beach Body x 1 Year.

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“After I had children I had lost control of my body,” Brown said. “I know what it feels like to be in a body that you’re not proud of. I chose to try Beach Body and, after six weeks, I lost 35 pounds.”

Her sustained success through weight loss has encouraged her to encourage others to follow suit.

“Since then, I’ve been coaching others how to rise above their current challenges and mentality and think, ‘I can and will win,’” Brown said. “And they rise and conquer every time.”

Much like she’s doing both in the natural and spirit.

Much to her delight, her immeasurable strides both in the natural and spirit would not be possible if not for her solid support system, which includes God, as well as her Mount Calvary Powerhouse Church family, and her spiritual parents, Bishop Ron and  Lady Georgia Webb.

CONNECT WITH HER — For more information about Author/Evangelist Amber Marie Brown or to schedule her for a speaking engagement, connect with her at Amber Brown Ministries via Facebook. Also, she can be reached via email at: Risetothemission@gmail.com.

“I’m big about honoring people,” said Brown, a single mother of two who currently works as a personal Representative for Rejoice Essential Publishing and as a contributing writer for Rejoice Essential Magazine, an online publication at issuu.com.

For what it’s worth, it is because of Brown’s valiant contributions to the Body of Christ that God is yet rewarding her ways unimaginable.

That, after all, practically sums she…well… Believes It.

Receives It.

And Steps Into It daily.

All while encouraging God’s people to Rise To The Mission in the process.

 

For more information about Author/Evangelist Amber Marie Brown or to schedule her for a speaking engagement, connect with her at Amber Brown Ministries via Facebook. Also, she can be reached via email at: Risetothemission@gmail.com.

 

 

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Andre Johnson is Founder and Publisher for Making Headline News. A 2000 graduate of the University of Memphis School of Journalism and a former staff reporter the Memphis Commercial Appeal newspaper, Johnson covers the NBA Southwest Division from Dallas, Texas. To reach Johnson, send email to andre@makingheadlinenews.com or to memphisgraduate@yahoo.com. Also, follow him on Twitter @AJ_Journalist.

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Texas Evangelist Christi L. Henderson’s awe-inspiring book emerges as a stage play ‘Just as God said it would’

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DUNCANVILLE, Texas — We begin with a rather fascinating Biblical passage, one that, all things considered, is especially befitting for this feel good story involving Christi L. Henderson.

It goes something like this:

SHE TOLD Y’ALL — Having said time and again in recent months that her book would eventually become a play, Christi L. Henderson had ultimately joined forces with prominent playwright and fellow Evangelist, Elder Kasha Hunt of KO Productions, who emerged as the mastermind behind the hit play, Removal Of The Mask.

As it is written, I have made thee a father of many nations, before him whom he believed, even God, who quickeneth the dead, and calleth those things which be not as though they were.

A familiar, awe-inspiring passage that is housed in Romans 4:17, it is one that, much to Henderson’s delight, is appropriate for what undoubtedly is unfolding right before her very eyes.

“My mission is to give hope to those who feel there is no hope,” Henderson, 49, a Dallas/Fort Worth-area evangelist, told Making Headline News this week.

The Removal Of The Mask stage play will debut with two showings on May 19 at the historic W. E Scott Theatre, located at 3505 West Lancaster Avenue in nearby, Fort Worth. Show times are 2 and 7 pm CST.

The mission to which Henderson is alluding is the one about which God had strategically birthed in her through her informative, tear-jerking, spiritually gut-checking book entitled, “Unmasking The Pain: Overcoming The Spirit Of Rejection.”

A little more than seven months removed from the much-anticipated release of her book, Henderson not only called those things which be not as though they were but, to her credit, such a spiritual prophesy has come full circle, considering her exhilarative written document has been constructed into a stage play, one that figures to take the Body of Christ by storm.

Having said time and again in recent months that her book would eventually become a play, Henderson had ultimately joined forces with prominent playwright and fellow evangelist, Elder Kasha Hunt of KO Productions, who emerged as the mastermind behind the hit play, Removal Of The Mask.

MORE ON ELDER KASHA HUNT: www.womenofpower5.com

THE FACE OF THE PLAY — Kasha Hunt is an Author, Playwright, Motivational and Conference Speaker, Award-Winning Radio Show Host and Evangelist.

Now we know why…we know why the above Biblical passage is especially befitting for this feel good story involving a woman whom, at the end of the real day, can greatly attest to what it’s like to weather arguably the darkest chapters of her life — with God, her Helper, leading the way.

The Removal Of The Mask stage play will debut with two showings on May 19 at the historic W. E Scott Theatre, located at 3505 West Lancaster Avenue in nearby Fort Worth.

Show times are 2 and 7 pm CST.

As expected, Henderson is extremely vivacious, considering that about which she had previously spoken into the atmosphere has suddenly come to fruition.

“(This play) will allow people to see that no matter what curveballs life has thrown at you, no matter if you’ve been rejected, hurt, abandoned, rape, molested, abused, etc., God is able to heal and deliver you and restore you back unto Him, and use our testimonies to let others know there’s hope in Jesus,” said Henderson, explaining the purpose for stage play, yet sounding very much like she’s giving a sermon.  “Sometimes it’s your testimony that saves someone else’s life.”

Let the church say Amen.

Errr, anyways, back to the story.

A little more than seven months removed from the much-anticipated release of her book, Henderson not only called those things which be not as though they were but, to her credit, such a spiritual prophesy has come full circle, considering her exhilarative written document has been constructed into a 13-cast-member stage play, one that figures to take the Body of Christ by storm.

While Removal Of The Mask depicts an assortment of Henderson’s personal experiences, she said the slew of messages she aspires to send to the masses are some whereby she hopes they will apply to their lives daily.

“The play is based on the book I wrote, which is my own personal testimony of my life…how I dealt with so many things in my life and walked around acting as if everything was alright so people wouldn’t know I had been raped, molested, rejected from my father at birth,” Henderson explained. “I went through a mentally abusive marriage and abandonment, which drove me to be in relationships with women.”

Still, despite the array of turmoil and downtrodden developments that, at times, had left Henderson questioning her very existence, what she had ultimately discovered is that no one could give her the kind of joy and wholeness to life the way God can.

All of which practically sums up why this stage play makes so much sense in this, the modern-day church era.

“What inspired me to turn the book into a play was I’ve always loved Tyler Perry plays, because most of his plays were based upon real events that happen in real life,” Henderson said. “When I would go see his plays, I always came out with hope and knew that there was hope in any situation and you can recover and move on from it.”

Interestingly, even upon the release of her book, Henderson recalled people often prophesying to her that a play would soon be forthcoming.

Look at God, showing off as only He could.

KEEPIN’ IT 100 — While Removal Of The Mask depicts an assortment of Henderson’s personal experiences, she said the slew of messages she aspires to send to the masses are some whereby she hopes they will apply to their lives daily.

“I was also prophesied to by many people that the book would become a play,” Henderson, an accomplished Texas businesswoman who is the CEO of Henderson’s Financial Consulting, said. “And as people started to read it, they would say the same thing and I prayed about it, and the Lord confirmed it to me and I reached out to KO Productions about my vision.”All of which practically sums up why this stage play makes so much sense in this, the modern-day era.

And the rest, as they say, was history.

It wasn’t too much long after the release of Henderson’s book that a stage play had broken out — broken out much like some much-needed praise break.

IN THAT GODLY ORDER — “I was also prophesied by many people that the book would become a play,” Henderson, an accomplished Texas businesswoman who is the CEO of Henderson’s Financial Consulting, said. “And as people started to read it, they would say the same thing and I prayed about it, and the Lord confirmed it to me and I reached out to KO Productions about my vision.”

“Kasha Hunt bought the book on Amazon,” Henderson recalled. “She read it and said we need to make this happen and she did.”

Now with the play’s debut just weeks away, Henderson has deemed it essential to call others things which be not as though they are.

Among those things: She’s expecting a massive turnout for both shows.

“I believe that when God brings us out of various situations, it gives you compassion for others who are going through what we went through,” said Henderson, who’s been active in ministry for more than 23 years. “I know how broken and hurt I was, so I want to bring hope to others who are hurting.”

All of which practically sums up why this stage play makes so much sense in this, the modern-day church era.

 

REMOVAL OF THE MASK CAST

Zenobia Harvey, Fort Worth, Texas

Patsy Cole, Arlington, Texas

Kristi Johnson, Fort Worth, Texas

Brittany Miller, Dallas

Anthony Hunt Jr., Fort Worth, Texas

Cheryl Thomas, Fort Worth, Texas

Nautica Hunt, Fort Worth, Texas

Brandy Miles, Fort Worth, Texas

Gino Hunt, Nana Ose (Arlington) Texas

Travis Menefee, Garland, Texas

Abigail Berry, Fort Worth, Texas

Harmony Williams, Fort Worth, Texas

Producer Kasha Hunt, Fort Worth, Texas

Author Christi Henderson, Fort Worth, Texas

 

For more information about Evangelist Christi Henderson or to schedule her for a speaking engagement or book signing, email her at christihendersonministries@gmail.com.

 

 

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Andre Johnson is Founder and Publisher for Making Headline News. A 2000 graduate of the University of Memphis School of Journalism and a former staff reporter the Memphis Commercial Appeal newspaper, Johnson covers the NBA Southwest Division from Dallas, Texas. To reach Johnson, send email to andre@makingheadlinenews.com or to memphisgraduate@yahoo.com. Also, follow him on Twitter @AJ_Journalist.

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Dallas/Fort Worth-area gospel recording artist Kenny Skinner’s debut single released eight years after his mother’s passing

A MAKING HEADLINE NEWS VALENTINE’S DAY 2018 SPECIAL REPORT

 

DALLAS — Valentine’s Day 2018 is one about which Kenny Skinner will remember for years to come.

Probably for the rest of his life.

Credit a few key members of his family and the single, most underlying reason why.

MOM KNOWS BEST — To his distinctly unique credit, that his mother kept him surrounded mostly in a Christian-oriented environment essentially proved beneficial for Dallas/Fort Worth-area gospel recording artist Kenny Skinner, an accomplished gospel singer and the mastermind behind his recently-released debut single entitled, “More Like You.”

“I have great support from my family,” Skinner, the Music Director of Empowered Outreach Church in Denton, Texas (Senior Pastor Kenneth D. Davis) said during an exclusive interview this week with Making Headline News. “I’m fortunate to have both grandmothers living. They are my number one supporters.  They both keep me grounded.”

Much to his delight and most importantly, Skinner has his beloved mother, Dianne Mitchell Skinner, to thank for having arguably the biggest impact on his life.

A proud preacher’s kid who is a native of nearby Longview, Texas, Skinner was brought up in the historic Church of God In Christ, during which so he was a fixture for the Young People Willing Workers Department (or YPWW), not to mention a regular attendee of Sunday School, morning and evening worship services, midweek Bible Study, as well as the Sunshine Band and Purity Class.

To his distinctly unique credit, that his mother kept him surrounded mostly in a Christian-oriented environment essentially proved beneficial for Skinner, an accomplished gospel singer and the mastermind behind his recently-released debut single entitled, “More Like You.”

LISTEN TO KENNY SKINNER’S DEBUT SINGLE HERE: https://kennyskinner.hearnow.com/

A song that is powered by his debut forthcoming album entitled, “Kenny Skinner Forty Eight,” Skinner’s featured spiritual hit was officially released on February 2 — ironically on his 40th birthday — and a little more than eight years since his beloved, big-hearted angel departed this earth for her heavenly reward.

Widely regarded as his “best friend” and inspiration, Mitchell Skinner passed away on January 23, 2010 at the tender age of 58.

Aside from having instilled in her son some rich, life-enhancing godly principles, Mitchell Skinner was also responsible for paving the way for her son through the gospel music industry, considering she was a devoted musician in her own right.

GLOBAL PRESENCE — Skinner has been fortunate to have toured overseas with some amazingly gifted artists. He was originally on tour to play keys, but ended up singing as well. “That’s when I found my new passion to sing,” he said. Pictured with Skinner in Europe (from left to right): Knagui Damon, Racheal Clifton, Andrea Lawrence, La’La Johnson and Skinner.

“She’d have me on the stool as she would play during service,” Skinner recalled. “I think that’s where the passion of music was cultivated.”

Interestingly, Mitchell Skinner, was a praise and worship fixture in the Body of Christ, most notably as a longtime musician for her father, late Superintendent F. L. Mitchell.

“When my father was called to ministry, he wanted my mother to come along with him; however, that’d left my grandfather without a musician,” Skinner explained. “My mother prayed and asked God to send her father a musician so that she could honor my dad’s request, not knowing that (through God), I’d be the answered prayer.”

PAVED THE WAY — Widely regarded as his “best friend” and inspiration, Mitchell Skinner passed away on January 23, 2010 at the tender age of 58. Aside from having instilled in her son some rich, life-enhancing godly principles, Mitchell Skinner was also responsible for paving the way for her son through the gospel music industry, considering she was a devoted musician.

Indeed Skinner was the answer to a much-needed prayer request. Never mind he was only seven years of age and hadn’t spent one minute taking piano lessons. Because at the end of the real day, what he had ultimately discovered is that had been strategically set him aside for God’s use.

“God blessed me with the gift to play the piano,” Skinner said. “I would travel all across the world with my grandfather.  Both of my grandfathers were singers as well. My other grandfather was a musician, so I’ve been truly blessed to carry both legacies.”

Consequently, Skinner was offered the opportunity to be my mother’s care giver during the final seven months of her life.

“I saw things that no children should ever have to witness,” Skinner said.

A preacher’s kid who is a native of nearby Longview, Texas, Kenny Skinner was brought up in the historic Church of God In Christ, during which so he was a fixture for YPWW, not to mention a regular attendee of Sunday School, morning and evening worship services, midweek Bible Study, as well as the Sunshine Band and Purity Class.

For what it’s worth, Skinner’s intimate time with his mother month’s before she expired essentially had provided him with a newfound disposition on life — the sort of change that  eventually fueled his desire to serve God unlike never before, especially through his immeasurable and globally-acclaimed music talents.

Credit a few key members of his family and the single, most underlying reason why.

Especially good ole Mama Skinner.

“We really didn’t have a choice,” said Skinner, referring to his notable upbringing and heavy involvement in the church. “I was also the musician for both of my grandfather’s churches. I have five siblings. My mother had two sets of twins.  I’m one of them (twin sister).  We had Sunday School on the way to church and, if we didn’t learn the memory verse, my mother would pinch us under the arms.”

SHE’S TRULY MISSED — For what it’s worth, Skinner’s intimate time with his mother month’s before she expired essentially had provided him with a newfound disposition on life — the sort of change that had eventually fueled his desire to serve God unlike never before through his immeasurable music talents.

As it turned out, those customary pinches, coupled with his mother’s unyielding support, benefited Skinner mightily throughout the years.

Now we know why.

Having witnessed God positioning him for ministry at a relatively early age — “I just wasn’t fully ready to totally surrender,” Skinner admitted — this young PK had finally sold out to his Creator on May 22, 2016, a development that eventually gave way to him preaching his first sermon.

Never mind that while a college undergrad, he was carjacked at gun point.

WELL DONE — All that matters today is that Dianne Mitchell Skinner’s beloved son has not only sold out completely to God, but he’s successfully carrying out his mother’s well-publicized legacy in the process. Yep. That’s just like God.

Never mind that he literally saw his life flash before him.

“All I remember saying was, ‘The Blood of Jesus,’” Skinner said. “That was scary.  Even though God brought me out, I still was straddling the fence. I didn’t truly surrender until the passing of my mom.  That’s when life became real to me.”

The rest, as they say, was history.

Because all that matters today is that Dianne Mitchell Skinner’s beloved son has not only sold out completely to God, but he’s successfully carrying out her well-publicized legacy in the process.

Yep. That’s just like God.

“My prayer is that the song not only ministers, but inspires the listener to become more like Christ,” Skinner said of his newly-released debut single. “We’re living in a society where Christianity is becoming less and less popular. As followers of Christ, we have a responsibility to live a life that pleasing to the Father.

Much to his delight and most importantly, Skinner has his beloved mother, Dianne Mitchell Skinner, to thank for having arguably the biggest impact on his life.

“”As we align ourselves according to the Father’s will, others would be drawn to him,” added Skinner, who’s currently working on new music projects that are scheduled to be released later this year.

Finally, this young psalmist deemed it essential to go into preaching mode, of sorts which, come to think of it, isn’t merely a surprise, considering he hails from a family full of preachers.

“We are the salt of the earth: but if the salt has lost his savor, wherewith shall it be salted?” said Skinner, reciting the familiar passage that is Matthew 5:13. “It is thenceforth good for nothing, but to be cast out, and to be trodden under foot of men.”

All things considered, credit a few key members of his family and the single, most underlying reason why Skinner is determined to live — and sing — for Almighty God.

All things considered, there’s no doubt that Valentine’s Day 2018 is one about which he will remember for years to come.

Probably for the rest of his life.

 

For more information on Gospel Recording Artist Kenny Skinner or to purchase his album or schedule him for a singing engagement, connect with him via under “Kenny Skinner.” Also, send email to: skinnermusic22@gmail.com

 

 

EDITOR’S NOTE: If you are an entrepreneur, business owner, producer, author, athlete, musician, barber, life coach, motivational speaker, cosmetologist, tax preparer, model, or pastor/minister who is seeking exposure and would like to share your story with an in-depth news feature, call Reporter Andre Johnson at 901-690-6587 or Facebook message him under “Andre T. Johnson” for details.

Andre Johnson is Founder and Publisher for Making Headline News. A 2000 graduate of the University of Memphis School of Journalism and a former staff reporter the Memphis Commercial Appeal newspaper, Johnson covers the NBA Southwest Division from Dallas, Texas. To reach Johnson, send email to andre@makingheadlinenews.com or to memphisgraduate@yahoo.com. Also, follow him on Twitter @AJ_Journalist.

Millbrook, Alabama-based author/minister Dr. Albert Russell’s premiere book having a majestic kingdom impact

Husbands, love your wives, even as Christ also loved the church, and gave Himself for it. (Ephesians 5:25)

 

DOING IT GOD’S WAY — Dr. Albert Russell is the mastermind behind the awe-inspiring book, Agapao: Loving Your Wife the Way God Intended, a compelling, spiritually gut-checking written document that officially hit the market just last year.

For Dr. Albert Russell, his God-orchestrated vision had spanned a little more than eight years.

To his credit, though, once he grabbed a firm hold of it, he needed somewhere in the neighborhood of roughly a month to witness it come full circle.

“It was not a whole work though,” Dr. Russell during an interview this week with Making Headline News, said of his long-awaited published project. “When I revisited it in 2017, I learned that I had matured tremendously, and many of the topics warranted further treatment to make them more robust.”

The encounter to which Dr. Russell is alluding is his awe-inspiring book debut that was culminated with the much-anticipated release of Agapao: Loving Your Wife the Way God Intended, a compelling, spiritually gut-checking written document that officially hit the market just last year.

A book that was assembled while his then-wife (whom is now deceased) was deployed to Iraq, Dr. Russell’s Agapao: Loving Your Wife the Way God Intended appropriately explores the assortment of emotions that he experienced or, as he specifically recalled, “the transformation” that took place in his life and his commitment to ensuring that his wife, Danielle, would be secure in knowing his unyielding love for her.

“Agapao was written as a guide for couples, men who are looking to strengthen their relationships and for women who want a man’s perspective on marriage,” Dr. Russell explained in a detailed description of his book at https://www.aer251books.com/.

A book that has garnered favorable rave reviews even in its infancy stages, Dr. Russell’s passion to revisit his vision for composing his first book was spearheaded by his friend, Tori Walker whom, according to the author and ordained minister, kept “pressing” him to “put it out.”

WHAT ABOUT DR. ALBERT RUSSELL? www.revalbertrussellbooks.com

“She was instrumental in getting me to clean it up and finish it so that it could be published,” said Dr. Russell, a native of Mobile, Alabama who currently resides in nearby Millbrook.

REMEMBERING DANIELLE — A book that was assembled while his then-wife (whom is now deceased) was deployed to Iraq, Dr. Russell’s Agapao: Loving Your Wife the Way God Intended appropriately explores the assortment of emotions that he experienced or, as he specifically recalled, “the transformation” that took place in his life and his commitment to ensuring that his wife, Danielle, would be secure in knowing his love for her.

Interestingly, Dr. Russell — though he’s less than a year removed from having witnessed the release of his premiere book that is available at Amazon Kindle and Kindle Unlimited — acknowledged that other written documents are presently in the works, most notably a daily devotional called “Walk with Me: God Seen, God Heard, God Revealed: A 365 Day Devotional,” “Pushing through the Pain” — a project that’s geared largely toward how he has coped with the death of his wife — and a fiction book entitled “Breaking the Curse.”

“The children’s books are my way of passing a legacy on to my kids and to teach them about being entrepreneurial and developing revenue streams through doing something that they love, something that is not a burden,” Dr. Russell explained. “My daughter, Genesis, is the writer and my son, Donovan, is the illustrator and artist.”

THAT’S WHAT FRIENDS ARE FOR — A book that has garnered favorable rave reviews though it is in its infancy stages, Dr. Russell’s passion to revisit his vision for composing his first book was spearheaded by his friend, Tori Walker whom, according to the author and ordained minister, kept “pressing” him to put it out.

All things considered, Dr. Russell doesn’t shy away from the notion that, well, perhaps this what he deems “my season to write.”

“I have several other books, but they are all works in progress,” Dr. Russell said. “The devotional that I’m writing is getting most of my attention right now so I can finish it within the next few months.”

As for the divine message he aspires to send to his reading audience through his books, Dr. Russell said it all goes back to God, Whom steadfastly provides him daily with the sense of direction he needs to pass along to the masses.

“I believe that God is always speaking,” Dr. Russell said. “The message is a bit different for each book.  Agapao is God telling husbands to love their wives as Christ loved the church. It is directed toward men, because I’m a man, so that is the perspective that I speak from.

ADVANCING THE KINGDOM — As for the divine message he aspires to send to his reading audience through his books, Dr. Russell said it all goes back to God, Who steadfastly provides him daily with the sense of direction he needs to pass along to the masses.

“The devotional is God’s little daily nudge to us to remind us that He has not forsaken us nor forgotten us,” Dr. Russell continued, adding that Agapao is attracting constant favorable feedback. “Pushing is basically me preaching to myself and reminding myself that I’m not the only person who has ever suffered great loss and God reminding me (and others who can relate) that He’s a restorer. Breaking the Curse is a fictional work but, in my opinion, it is God reminding someone that they can do anything that they put their mind to.”

Because of the purpose and vision for which God created him, Dr. Russell deems it absolutely imperative to thank his Creator for the strength and ability to write — and to do it virtually routinely now.

WORKING HIS VISION — Interestingly, Dr. Russell, though he’s less than a year removed from having witnessed the release of his premiere book, acknowledged that other written documents are presently in the works, most notably a daily devotional called “Walk with Me: God Seen, God Heard, God Revealed: A 365 Day Devotional,” “Pushing through the Pain” — a project that’s geared largely toward how he has coped with the death of his wife — and a fiction book entitled “Breaking the Curse.”

Thanks in large part to a beloved friend, who helped “pressure” and steer him to his destiny.

“There are so many days that I don’t have the desire but God puts that fire in me and I push through,” Dr. Russell said. “I’m still grieving, so it’s a process, but I am remaining hopeful and positive so that I can continue to produce quality work.  I also want to thank everyone who has supported me through this process. 

“(I thank) my family and friends, my friend, Tori, for her constant encouragement and being a source of business ideas, my friend, Les, who has been a tremendous help with editing, my friend, Joy, who gave me some great initial feedback on the later draft of Agapao, my kids and my mother-in-law, who keep me laughing and encouraged, and my church family for their support.”

 

EDITOR’S NOTE: If you are an entrepreneur, business owner, producer, author, athlete, musician, barber, life coach, motivational speaker, cosmetologist, tax preparer, model, or pastor/minister who is seeking exposure and would like to share your story with an in-depth news feature, call Reporter Andre Johnson at 901-690-6587 or Facebook message him under “Andre T. Johnson” for details.

Andre Johnson is Founder and Publisher for Making Headline News. A 2000 graduate of the University of Memphis School of Journalism and a former staff reporter the Memphis Commercial Appeal newspaper, Johnson covers the NBA Southwest Division from Dallas, Texas. To reach Johnson, send email to andre@makingheadlinenews.com or to memphisgraduate@yahoo.com. Also, follow him on Twitter @AJ_Journalist.

Dallas/Fort Worth-area pastor and host of well-wishers to honor International Suit Warehouse GM Andrew Brown

DALLASAndrew Brown is a haberdasher.

He’s a pretty darn good one, too.

RAISING THE BAR — Interestingly, is it because of Dallas businessman Andrew Brown’s valiant contributions while functioning in his element as general manager of International Suit Warehouse at 4030 West Camp Wisdom, that a host of his devoted customers, family members, friends, and well-wishers will descend upon Dallas’ Sunlight Missionary Baptist to honor him during an appreciation gathering as a thriving, beloved businessman.

“It’s more than just selling clothes, but helping many people get a look that’s different than norm…to build relationships with so many people is an honor,” Brown, during an interview this week with Making Headline News, said of his stellar and rewarding Corporate America profession. “Throughout the years, I’ve met so many people with so many personalities.”

And, fortunately for Brown, his uniquely unorthodox attire, coupled with his sometimes demonstrative countenance, have been thoroughly embraced and admired by people from various walks of life, most notably those fellas who are accustomed to — you know — devising ways to dress to impress.

Interestingly, is it because of Brown’s valiant contributions while functioning in his element as general manager of International Suit Warehouse at 4030 West Camp Wisdom, that a host of his devoted customers, family members, friends, and well-wishers will descend upon Dallas’ Sunlight Missionary Baptist to honor him during an appreciation gathering as a thriving, beloved businessman. 

International Suit Warehouse has five locations throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth-area Metroplex, including its Camp Wisdom store.

The event, which will take place at 2308 Cooper Street on February 9 at 7 p.m. CST, is being arranged by Sunlight Senior Pastor, Bishop El Robinson, who is a regular customer of ISW and has established close-knit rapport with Brown, a native of nearby McKinney, Texas.

All things considered in a profession whereby Brown has, in his own words, learned to “take good with the bad,” this South Oak Cliff High graduate is especially grateful that a number of his customers and close friends deemed it essential to pay homage to him in such an illustrative way.

CHECK OUT ISW: https://www.iswmenswear.com/default.asp

Y’ALL WELCOME — From individuals as young as four years old to elderly men in their late 60s-to-early-70s, Brown has become a fixture for steadfastly tending to the fashion needs of virtually anyone who solicits his immeasurable assistance.

“I’ve learned to take the good with the bad and make each customer count,” said Brown, whose name and familiar face are typically what customers initially utter and look for upon entering the four walls of ISW. “For customers continue to come back year after year is a blessing, and it really means something to me.”

From individuals as young as four years old to elderly men in their late 60s-to-early-70s, Brown has become a fixture for steadfastly tending to the fashion needs of virtually anyone who solicits his immeasurable assistance.

After all he is a haberdasher.

And a pretty darn good one, too.

“I’m not able to travel through the job but, I have customers from all over the world,” Brown said. “All of my customer’s know me by name.”

Sadly, Brown was responsible for dressing his younger brother as his family prepared to funeralize him amid his death in July 2016 as a result of gun violence.

For the most part, Brown is widely known as “Drew” by ISW regular customers. Of course, the bulk of the credit goes to his mother, who’s responsible, in many ways, for instilling in her son the importance of — you know — devising ways to dress to impress.

“My mother said I was just a little kid, barely talking…and I saw this guy with red shoes and, back then, red shoes weren’t popular,” Brown explained. “But she said that I said that when I grow up, I will have me some red shoes too.”

The rest, as they say, was history.

How else to explain Brown’s unconventional, eye-catching wardrobe that, on several occasions, has New England Patriots logos blanketed all over them?

MOM KNOWS BEST — For the most part, Brown is widely known as “Drew” by ISW regular customers. Of course, the bulk of the credit goes to his mother, who’s responsible, in many ways, for instilling in her son the importance of — you know — devising ways to dress to impress.

“I’ve never been the one to out dress someone, for it is a blessing to have shoes on our feet and clothes on our back,” Brown said. “God sends people in our lives for a reason. I’ve dressed baby’s, kids, (youngsters for) proms, athletes — some with three or more Super Bowl rings — (customers for) weddings, funerals, pimps, circus actors, actors, teachers, (school) principals, military (types), lawyers, doctors, (police) officers, counselors, judge’s, choirs, musicians, ushers, preachers, pastors on all levels, city council members, and many more.”

Sadly, Brown was responsible for dressing his younger brother as his family prepared to funeralize him amid his tragic death in July 2016 as a result of gun violence.

For what it’s worth, Brown doesn’t shy away from the notion that his labor isn’t in vain.

“I’ve been in the fashion world for over eight years,” said Brown, the proud father of three daughters (Devyn, 10, Summer, 6, and Dikota, 2). “I’ve been No. 1 in sales for over 6 years.”

Now we know why he’s a haberdasher.

And a pretty darn good one, too.

 

EDITOR’S NOTE: If you are an entrepreneur, business owner, producer, author, athlete, musician, barber, life coach, motivational speaker, cosmetologist, tax preparer, model, or pastor/minister who is seeking exposure and would like to share your story with an in-depth news feature, call Reporter Andre Johnson at 901-690-6587 or Facebook message him under “Andre T. Johnson” for details.

Andre Johnson is the Founder and Publisher of Making Headline News. A 2000 graduate of the University of Memphis School of Journalism and a former reporter of sports for the Memphis Commercial Appeal newspaper, Johnson covers the NBA Southwest Division from Dallas, Texas. To reach Johnson, call him at 901-690-6587 or send email to andre@makingheadlinenews.com or makingheadlinenews@gmail.com. Also, follow him on Twitter @AJ_Journalist.

Is All Nations TV the Christian-based broadcasting industry’s best kept secret?

DALLAS — Just recently, Milton Wallace, a man of devout faith, was asked why is it imperative that we — followers of Christ — esteem and inspire others daily, as the Apostle Paul eloquently suggested in his notable, thought-provoking letters to the Church at Philippi.

As usual, Wallace appropriately referenced the massive platform for which God has blessed him and a few others.

MASSIVE KINGDOM IMPACT — Texas businessman Milton Wallace and his colleagues have joined forced and, with God, their Helper, leading the way, they are going to great lengths to advance the kingdom, most notably through the ever-so-competitive mass media industry Chandler, Texas, Wallace is one the proud owners of All Nations TV, LLC, a 24-hour, Tyler, Texas-based  Christian based broadcasting company whereby it’s primary emphasis is to meet the demands of what is becoming a rapidly-evolving industry.

“It is important to me to give others a platform to glorify God,” Wallace told Making Headline News during a weekend interview. “I see the value of this medium to reach the world and I want to help those that have that same passion to reach their goal. It is important that I let my light shine while sharing the opportunities for others to reach their goal.”

To his distinctly unique credit and much to the delight of others, Wallace and his colleagues have joined forces and, with God, their Helper, leading the way, are going to great lengths to advance the kingdom, most notably through the ever-so-competitive mass media industry.

A Chandler, Texas native, Wallace is one of the proud owners of All Nations TV, LLC, a 24-hour, Tyler, Texas-based Christian-oriented broadcasting company whereby it’s primary mission is to steadfastly meet the demands of what is becoming more of a rapidly-evolving industry.

WHAT ABOUT ALL NATIONS TV? http://www.allnationstv.com

Milton Wallace

A kingdom-based network that was established in February 2012, All Nations TV uses modern technology similar to that of Netflix, huluPlus, and 1,233 other channels that stream to your TV.

In addition, this outlet customarily airs a channel on the Roku Top Set Box under the “religion” and “spirituality” categories, both of which is available in approximately 19,354 cities across the United States.

Also, All Nations TV is widely known for diligently covering what its founders collectively refer to “all of the bases,” which means that consumers far and near can now broadcast their ministries to the world via TV, PC, even smart phones.

Violet Pier

Interesting, a user-friendly app has been assembled for All Nations TV, a credible, efficient worldwide company that reaches and greatly helps enhance and promote ministries not just across the 50 U. S. states, but around the globe.

Presently, Wallace said, All Nations TV has at its disposal ministries as far as in Africa and United Kingdom and, currently, plans are underway on building relationships with ministries in various other countries.

As Wallace — an accomplished Texas businessman — has hinted, doing things decently and in order has undoubtedly given way to sustained success with this globally-acclaimed network.

Mark Martin

“I strive for excellence in all that I do, because I always want to be the best and on top of my game,” Wallace said. “I love to see a plan come together, so I am always looking for things that can enhance whatever I am doing.  My drive to be the best at what I do always keeps my mind in a moving motion.”

By and large, All Nation TV’s other founders can greatly attest to this notion and, like Wallace, their business/kingdom-based reputations are such that they are committed to impacting lives, thus drawing others to Christ through this ever-so-popular electronic media and modern technology era.

Besides Wallace, Clarence Shackelford, Mark Martin, and Violet Pier make up All Nation TV’s ownership.

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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/All-Nations-TVcom-197054190420766/      

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Clarence Shackelford

In addition, amongst other key factors that have contributed mightily to All Nations TV’s success is that the network owns a host of  affiliates, a trend that has only strengthened its credible brand.

Among the affiliates about which it owns are:

CHHTV (www.chhtv.com), a 24-hour, seven-day-a-week Christian Hip Hop Network.

Anointed Hands TV (www.anointedhandstv.com), an outlet created to enhance the lives of individuals who are hearing impaired.  In addition, All Nations TV officials have installed music videos that incorporate ASL to convey the messages.

“It is our goal that many will partner with us to offer a wide variety of services on this site,” a spokesperson for All Nations TV said. “We will include more content as it is made available to us.”

Preachville (www.preachville.com), which is a video directory that allows ministries to have a presence on the net that is relatively easy for people to review and find out about ministries across the country.

En Espanol (www.enespanol.info), which is a Hispanic-based video on demand network that highlights sermons and songs in Spanish for those who speak the language.

TWIN (or The Woman Inspirational Network/www.twinitv.com), which was created to unite women across the globe.  Established in September 2012, this website caters to women, most notably providing them with opportunities to submit original thoughts and video which were played on demand.  “Although this is a great idea, the ANT team wanted to take it a step further and offer a platform for women like none other before,” said a spokesperson for All Nations TV and finally,

Press Play Gospel (www.pressplaygospel.com), which was created solely for providing artists the opportunity to have their music played on a platform that is not interrupted with commercials.

An award-winning network that will appear at the forthcoming Texas Gospel Music Excellence Awards as well as the Stellar Awards — and has been the beneficiary of the 2016 Voices of Gospel Awards, the Independent Gospel Artist Radio Alliance Gospel TV Awards, as well as having been named 2017 S & M Gospel Indie Award Internet TV Station of the Year — it’s safe to assume that even after more than five years since its inception, All Nation TV’s best and brightest days are well ahead of it.

So stay tuned.

Keep it locked.

To God be the glory for the things He has done…and will do.

In the foreseeable future and beyond.

Amen.

“All Nations TV allows me the opportunity to promote God’s word on a national platform and to help ministries — through preaching, music, books — grow and go to the next level,” Wallace said.

Well said by this accomplished Texas businessman and man of devout faith.

 

For more information about All Nations TV, call 855-WE-PRAISE  or 940-368-4886. Also, sign up for the All Nation TV’s newsletter at: http://visitor.r20.constantcontact.com/d.jsp?llr=ypk5icmab&p=oi&m=1112473020920&sit=hul8cothb&f=c4cdbc58-2788-4e96-9a2e-636274286e4e

 

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EDITOR’S NOTE: If you are an entrepreneur, business owner, producer, author, athlete, musician, barber, life coach, motivational speaker, cosmetologist, tax preparer, model, or pastor/minister who is seeking exposure and would like to share your story with an in-depth news feature, call Reporter Andre Johnson at 901-690-6587 or Facebook message him under “Andre T. Johnson” for details.

Andre Johnson is the Founder and Publisher of Making Headline News. A 2000 graduate of the University of Memphis School of Journalism and a former reporter of sports for the Memphis Commercial Appeal newspaper, Johnson is the former chief adjutant to Elder Andrew Jackson, Sr. of Faith Temple Ministries Church of God In Christ. Based in Dallas, Texas, Johnson covers the NBA Southwest Division. To reach Johnson, call him at 901-690-6587 or send email to andre@makingheadlinenews.com or makingheadlinenews@gmail.com. Also, follow him on Twitter @AJ_Journalist.

 

 

 

 

Dallas/Fort Worth-area minister Prophetess Tangela Freeman defies an array of odds, establishes a flourishing ministry

“Then, after doing all those things, I will pour out my Spirit upon all people. Your sons and daughters will prophesy. Your old men will dream dreams, and your young men will see visions. (Joel 2:28 NLT)

 

MASSIVE LEAP OF FAITH — Having become baptized with the Holy Ghost at the tender age of 16, Prophetess Tangela Freeman consequently took the hedges and highways and byways when she began preaching and spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ approximately two years later. A native of Dallas, Freeman is the Founder of Tangela Freeman Ministries, which is powered through her Devil I Changed My Mind Ministries.

DALLAS — During an exclusive earlier this week with Making Headline News, Tangela Freeman was asked to assess what was a memorable upbringing in the church.

Exhibiting a rather forthright countenance, Freeman wasted little time cutting straight to the point about a subject that, given her immeasurable faith walk with Almighty God, essentially sums up why she has evolved into the progressive, thriving woman of God for which she is widely known.

In a nutshell, she’s widely regarded as a trailblazer, one who’s accustomed to shaking a nation and impacting a generation — with God, her Helper, leading the way. 

“I was brought up under the Baptist umbrella, which was very traditional and religious,” Freeman recalled. “I would say I was in a cave because I was getting nurtured, but I wasn’t getting fed.”

For what it’s worth, that Freeman deemed it essential to fortify a sense of transparency while reminiscing about her training in the church has benefited her mightily throughout the years, particularly as it pertains to answering her God-mandated calling by erecting her own ministry.

A native of Dallas, Freeman is the Founder of Tangela Freeman Ministries, which is powered through her Devil I Changed My Mind Ministries.

Having become baptized with the Holy Ghost at the tender age of 16, Freeman consequently took the hedges, highways, and byways when she began preaching and spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ approximately two years later.

To her distinctly unique credit and because of the divine purpose for which God created her, it’s safe to assume that she’s been a woman after God’s own heart ever since.

“As a little girl, I felt the hand of God upon my life and I knew that He was going to use me,” Freeman said. “It wasn’t until the age of 16 when I transitioned into the Pentecostal Church that it was evident and clear that I was a Prophet.”

REMARKABLE KINGDOM RESUME — Credit the fact that Freeman hails from what she describes as three generations of Kingdom Ambassadors, Pastors, and Leaders and, following a three-year stint of intense Prophetic training and strategic development under the leadership of Dr. Juanita Bynum at “The Wearhouse” in Atlanta, it wasn’t thereafter that Freeman began to witness her ministry soar to immense heights.

As it turned out, she was right. And don’t think for one single solitary second that Freeman’s just blabbing and boasting about the ministry about which she presently dwells because, for the record, she has a life-altering, inspiring, tear-jerking testimony as valid proof.

Consider, for example, how it wasn’t until she had become spiritually imprisoned by a lifestyle that was comprised of heavy usage of marijuana, alcohol, ecstasy pills, raw (sex), stripping, lesbianism, not to mention a spirit of rebellion — all of which truth be told, had greatly thrust her into divine destiny.

Not to be outdone by a lifestyle that was mired by a slew of spiritual — and natural — roadblocks, it wasn’t until sometime in 2005 during which Freeman was in a nightclub that God had miraculously and strategically commissioned her to return to the fivefold (ministry) with power, accuracy, and demonstration, as she admittedly recalled like yesterday.

KEEPING IT 100 — For what it’s worth, that Freeman deemed it essential to fortify a sense of transparency when reminiscing about her training in the church has benefited her mightily throughout the years, particularly as it pertains to answering her God-mandated calling by erecting her own ministry.

All things considered and because of what she had to conquer and survive, she is widely regarded as Prophetess Tangela D. Freeman, in large part because of what many have described as her well sought after Apostolic and Prophetic voice.

Moreover, it is, by all accounts, because of her longstanding and prophetic ministry that she is afforded the golden opportunity to function as a mantle, of sorts, one who customarily teaches, preaches, activates, imparts spiritual wisdom and knowledge, all while advancing the kingdom in the process — the best way she know how.

“Her ultimate focus, plan, and purpose are to intercept and see a move of God in the Kingdom, in regions, in the nation, and in the utter most parts of the world,” said a spokesperson for Tangela Freeman Ministries. “Although gifted by God to serve in many other facets of ministry, her heart’s desire is to see the people of God loosed from bondage, tradition, religion, and introduced to a life of freedom and spirituality.”

GLOBAL IMPACT — A ministry that has been established on a solid and immeasurable foundation, Prophetess Freeman is steadily devising ways to advance what is shaping up to be an internationally-acclaimed organization, as evidenced by her recent and much-anticipated appearance on The Sherry Bronson International ROKU TV Show.

Credit the fact that Freeman hails from what she describes as three generations of Kingdom Ambassadors, Pastors, and Leaders. And, following a three-year stint of intense Prophetic training and strategic development under the leadership of Dr. Juanita Bynum at what is known as “The Wearhouse” in Atlanta, it wasn’t until shortly thereafter that Freeman began to witness her ministry soar to immense heights.

For starters, she had officially accepted her call as a Prophet. Then just last year, she was ordained and licensed by Overseer Debra Cotton as a legal Prophet, a notable development that only added credibility and accountability to her God-endorsed assignment.

STICKING WITH JESUS — To her distinctly unique credit and because of the divine purpose for which God created her, she’s been a woman after God’s own heart ever since she was a teenager.

The granddaughter of a Pastor, Prophetess Freeman is currently a member of  A Tree of Life Fellowship in nearby Arlington, Texas, a ministry whereby she serves as House Prophet under the leadership of Apostle Tony and Pastor LaSherrie Ervin and the covering of Prophet Jonathan and Lady Amanda Ferguson.

A ministry that has been organized on a solid and immeasurable foundation, Prophetess Freeman is steadily devising ways to advance what is shaping up to be an internationally-acclaimed organization, as evidenced by her recent and much-anticipated appearance on The Sherry Bronson International ROKU TV Show.

A segment that was staged on various message boards and social media sites, the footage has amassed more than 4,700 views.

LURING OTHERS TO CHRIST — “I’m out of the cave,” said Freeman, assessing the constant progression of her ministry. “Just like Joseph, those who put me in the pit had to cancel the funeral because when they came back to get me. I wasn’t where they left me. I’ve been mantled for the mandate.”

Interestingly, Freeman’s ministry is comprised of a Mentorship Program as well as a School of Intercession, Prophetic, Deliverance, Mantles, and Supernatural.

In addition, TFM includes what is known as the ME Network, a co-ed ministry that stands for: (Mary•Elizabeth•Elijah•Elisha)

Also, TFM conducts Life Coach Sessions, a Fire Zone Clarion Prayer Call that typically takes place once a week, and a service called “Fire Zone,” which is held once a month and, in 2018, Prophetess Freeman will be launching G. L. I. Y. — the acronym for Greatness Lies In You — which is a mentorship program for young girls ages 12 and older.

“I’m out of the cave,” said Freeman, assessing the constant progression of her ministry. “Just like Joseph, those who put me in the pit had to cancel the funeral because when they came back to get me. I wasn’t where they left me. I’ve been mantled for the mandate.”

In a nutshell, she’s only keeping it real.

 

WATCH PROPHETESS TANGELA FREEMAN’S INTERVIEW:

Sherry Bronson Show – Power of Intercession

*New TV Episode Clip* Watch the Sherry Bronson Show on our new Roku Channel at anytime – nationally..Our Guest: Prophetess Tangela Freeman ministers about the power of Intercession and how it produces change, breakthrough, and deliverance. Get your Roku Streaming Stick or Roku TV to watch our inspiring television show.

Posted by The Sherry Bronson Show on Thursday, October 19, 2017

 

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Sherry Bronson Show – Backslider to Prophetic Voice

*New TV Episode Clip* Watch on the Sherry Bronson Show on our new Roku Channel nationwide.. See full episode beginning Monday. October 16 at anytime. Guest: Prophetess Tangela Freeman discusses come out of the Cave. Get your Roku Streaming Stick or Roku TV to watch our inspiring television show.

Posted by The Sherry Bronson Show on Saturday, October 14, 2017

 

For  more information about Tangela Freeman to schedule her a speaking engagement, call Tangela Freeman Ministries Admin at 812.773.1546. Also, send email to: tfmbooking@hotmail.com. Follow her on social media: Instagram: tangeladfreeman; Twitter: TangelaFreeman; Facebook: Tangela Freeman

 

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Dallas’ Tangela Freeman savoring the best of both worlds as resourceful minister and entrepreneur

EDITOR’S NOTE: If you are an entrepreneur, business owner, producer, author, athlete, musician, barber, life coach, motivational speaker, cosmetologist, tax preparer, model, or pastor/minister who is seeking exposure and would like to share your story with an in-depth news feature, call Reporter Andre Johnson at 901-690-6587 or Facebook message him under “Andre T. Johnson” for details.

Andre Johnson is Founder and Publisher of Making Headline News. A 2000 graduate of the University of Memphis School of Journalism and a former reporter of sports for the Memphis Commercial Appeal newspaper, Johnson is the former chief adjutant to Elder Andrew Jackson, Sr. of Faith Temple Ministries Church of God In Christ. Based in Dallas, Texas, Johnson covers the NBA Southwest Division. To reach Johnson, call him at 901-690-6587 or send email to andre@makingheadlinenews.com. Also, follow him on Twitter @AJ_Journalist.

Dallas entrepreneur Tambria Smith defies greatest of odds, manages a flourishing professional baking business

    CANDY GIRL…YA ALL MY WORLD — Dallas-area businesswoman Tambria Smith is owner of Tam’s Sweet Treats And More, a professionally run DFW-based professional baking business in which Smith specializes in preparing a variety of delectable, mouth-watering desserts.

DALLAS — Back on February 8, one day before her 33rd birthday, Tambria Smith staged to her Facebook page a rather descriptive and touching image that detailed a timeline of arguably the most challenging and tear-jerking moments of her young life.

For starters, Smith underwent surgery to have her cancer cells removed from her cervix in 2007. 

In 2008, Smith had a pre-eclampsia, or an emergency C-Section performed, a procedure that gave way to her child being 25 weeks prematurely and weighing just one pound, six ounces.

Approximately a year later, she had a pre-eclampsia, or an emergency C-Section performed, a procedure that gave way to her child being 25 weeks prematurely and weighing just one pound, six ounces.

Two years later, doctors removed cancer cells from her cervix only to have a similar procedure performed the following year.

Then in 2012, Smith had to have another emergency C-Section performed, during which she had given birth to her baby at 23 weeks, a child whom weighed 14 ounces.

Then in 2012, Smith learned that she had to have another emergency C-Section performed, during which she had given birth to her baby at 23 weeks, a child that weighed 14 ounces.

Consequently, things would become even more somber in the life of a young woman whose faith undoubtedly was on trial unlike never before.

That’s because later that year, doctors had discovered a softball-size tumor in Smith’s stomach and, even after undergoing successful surgery, her baby had passed away upon the removal of the tumor.

Then in 2015, Smith was hit with more disheartening news when she got word that she had a leaking heart valve due to high blood pressure.

As if those slew of obstacles weren’t enough to try Smith’s faith, she learned some time last year that the nerves behind both of her eyes were swollen twice their normal size, in large part because doctors discovered excessive fluid around her brain.

DOING IT BIG IN TEXAS — You name it and chances are this professional baking guru will hook you up regardless of the occasion. What’s even more astounding now that the annual holiday is looming is that Smith’s scrumptious refreshments can be shipped to certain markets outside of Texas.

While such a heartbreaking sequence of events would bring even the strongest of persons to tears, Smith deemed it essential to end the timeline image with four words that, despite an assortment of potentially fatal occurrences, practically explains why she’s the blessed woman for whom she is widely known.

“AND I’M STILL STANDING,” Smith staged to an image that was accompanied by three exclamation points.

All things considered and because of what she had to survive, Smith doesn’t shy away from the notion that while she’s yet breathing, she might as well live life to the fullest — while walking in purpose through entrepreneurship in the process.

“To me this is not only a business, but a passion,” Smith told Making Headline News this week.

The “passion” to which Smith is alluding is her venture as owner of Tam’s Sweet Treats And More, a professionally run Dallas/Fort Worth-based baking business in which Smith specializes in preparing a variety of delectable, mouth-watering desserts.

You name it and chances are this professional baking guru will hook you up regardless of the occasion.

What’s even more astounding now that the annual holiday season is looming is that Smith’s scrumptious refreshments can be shipped to certain markets outside of Texas.

A business she established approximately three years ago, Tam’s Sweet Treats And More is widely known for providing consumers with a variety of sweets, most notably cakes, teacakes, chocolate covered sweets and its famous cupcakes.

“All our products are prepared fresh and, in most cases, the day of delivery,” Smith, a Dallas Skyline High alum, said of her a business venture that has become a fixture throughout North Texas and the Southwest Region. “You haven’t had moist until you’ve tried Team’s sweets.”

Credit grandma for having paved the way for her miracle granddaughter to erect a business that figures to generate an overflow of business, considering the holiday season is rapidly approaching.

“I started in the kitchen with my grandmother as a child and learned as much as I could,” Smith said. “I took all that knowledge and carried it over to my adult life. I first thought I would just do it for my girls, but the more I tried and accomplished, the more I pushed myself and here we are now.”

ALL GOD’S DOING — All things considered and because of what she had to survive, Smith doesn’t shy away from the notion that while she’s yet breathing, she might as well live life to the fullest — while walking in purpose through entrepreneurship in the process.

Talk about a dramatic comeback to ultimately start and manage a business amid a rash of agonizing setbacks.

“To have my girls watch and encourage me pushes me even more, because I know my passion and drive is a lesson for them as they grow,” Smith said while flashing her big, signature smile.

How befitting to put on display a well-deserved smile after having conquered and outlasted and defied arguably the greatest of odds time and time again.

 

For more information about Tam’s Sweet Treats And More or to place orders, call Tambria Smith at 469.223.3928 or email her at latambriasmith@gmail.com. Also, reach her via social media at: Facebook.com/Tamssweettreatsandmore and Instagram @tamssweettreatsandmore.

 

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Andre Johnson is Founder and Publisher for Making Headline News. A 2000 graduate of the University of Memphis School of Journalism and a former reporter of sports for the Memphis Commercial Appeal newspaper, Johnson covers the NBA Southwest Division from Dallas, Texas. To reach Johnson, send email to andre@makingheadlinenews.com or to memphisgraduate@yahoo.com. Also, follow him on Twitter @AJ_Journalist.