The Dr. Vibe Show™: Stewart Thompson

Stewart Thompson

Stewart Thompson

Stewart Thompson came to The Gatehouse five years ago as a participant. One year later, he started facilitating leading me in to public speaking, giving his story to unlock the door beyond sexual abuse as well.

He has taken part in a documentary film luminating the light for survivors of sexual abuse which is to be released soon.

Stewart has a Web based radio show Personal Transformation that is on every Thursday for just over a year now.

At The Gatehouse, he facilitates both men’s groups and co ed groups.

During our conversation, Stewart talked about:

– His life growing up in a broken home and many places in Canada and being sexually abused by non-family members
– His troubled childhood while being raised by his grandparents
– When did he start to let go of the shame and anger
– What brought him to The Gatehouse
– Men overcoming sexual abuse
– How he got his show
– His message for those in and out of sexual abuse

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: Pastor Richard J. Brown “The Truth Conference 2015”

Pastor Richard J. Brown

Pastor Richard J. Brown

The Truth Conference 2015

The Truth Conference 2015

The Truth Conference 2015 - Speakers

The Truth Conference 2015 – Speakers

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The Truth Conference is 3-day (September 18 – 20, 2015, Niagara Falls, Ontario) personal enrichment event designed to help truth-seekers restore a positive mental thought life, re-establish healthy relationships and rebuild their health; putting God at the center of it all. At the end, they will leave feeling valued knowing that you are a gift to world. Conference spiritual oversight provided by Pastor Richard J. Brown.

Live tonight at 9 p.m. Eastern/6 p.m. Pacific, we have Pastor Richard J. Brown, one of the presenters at this year’s conference, on our show talking about the event.

– shares some of his background including what brought him to Canada twenty-six years ago, how he met his wife and what brought the Lord into his life
– how did the Lord show him that ministry thorough music would be one of his gifts
– the story of him becoming a pastor
– the importance of mentorship in his life
– how has his life changed over the last twenty-one years
– how he got involved with The Truth Conference, some memories from last year’s conference and what to expect from him at this year’s conference
www.kclcministries.org 0 rbrown@kclc.com

Pastor Richard J. Brown is the founder and senior pastor of Kingsway Community Life Centre. From his youth, he recognized God’s call on him to a life of ministry in praise and worship.

He has a heart for society’s marginalized and less fortunate; his signature theme is “Loving You Back to Life and Destiny”. He has delivered dynamic ministry in word and worship throughout the United States, the Caribbean, Europe, Africa and Australia.

Affectionately known as “The Chief Levite,” he has written and produced many worship songs that continue to bless the Body of Christ around the world. His projects include his live debut recording “Heart of a Worshipper”, and most recently “Worship Without Apology”. Richard Brown and his wife, Paula, are proud parents of four children.

Pastor Brown will be leading the One Sound Worship Concert workshop at this year’s conference on Friday, September 18, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. Eastern.

Here is a description of the One Sound Worship Concert workshop:

This session is a concert of Prayer, Praise and Worship. Tap into the presence of God as psalmists and intercessors lead us to the throne room. Delight in His love, joy, hope, forgiveness; experience peace in our hearts and rest in our minds as together we recalibrate our spiritual GPS.

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: Podcasts’ Biggest Problem Isn’t Discovery, It’s Diversity

Podcasts’ Biggest Problem Isn’t Discovery, It’s Diversity

Apps like Howl are powerful tools for bringing networks’ unknown shows to listeners, but it’s just more of the same. Click on the link below to read more.

Podcasts’ Biggest Problem Isn’t Discovery, It’s Diversity

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: “The Sports Vibe” – September 2, 2015

Join Dr. Vibe and W. Brenden Whitted as they chat about upcoming NCAA College Football season.

W. Brenden Whitted received his JD and sports certificate from Tulane University. He is a sports radio host for The Sports Shop on 620 am, 99.3 FM, and 96.5 FM in addition to his weekly podcast He’s the Producer, I’m the Host. Additionally, he is a co-editor for Catcrave and has had his writing featured at VerySmartBrothas and Ebony Magazine.

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: ‘We’re Winning’ – Jesse Jackson On Martin Luther King, Obama And #Blacklivesmatter 

'We're winning' - Jesse Jackson On Martin Luther King, Obama And #Blacklivesmatter

From Selma to Ferguson and Charleston, the civil rights leader marched with Martin Luther King, prayed with Bill Clinton and ran for president before Obama. So what does he think of the black activist movement now? Click on the link below to read more.

We’re winning’: Jesse Jackson on Martin Luther King, Obama and #blacklivesmatter | US news |… – Linkis.com

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: How Black Lives Matter Moved From A Hashtag To A Real Political Force

How Black Lives Matter Moved From A Hashtag To A Real Political Force

It’s a real political movement now. Click on the link below to read more.

How Black Lives Matter moved from a hashtag to a real political force – The Washington Post

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: Monica Rae Simpson “Experiencing Police Brutality Made Me An Activist”

Monica Raye Simpson

Monica Raye Simpson

Monica Raye Simpson – artist and activist – lives by Paul Robeson’s quote, “If the artist does not create, the world suffers.”

This North Carolina native has opened for national recording artists such as Yahzarah and Neo-soul sensation N’Dambi as well as icons such as Nancy Wilson. Monica Raye is an operatically trained soul singer and actress and has performed at various functions across the country from Los Angeles to New York City. Monica Raye has also used her musical talents in theatrical performances with the Afro-American Cultural Center in Charlotte, NC with the production of, “For the Love of Harlem” as well as the production, “Words the Isms.” She was also featured as a traveling cast member for the national production of the stage play, “Walk like a Man” and as a part of the Atlanta production of “For Colored Girls.” As an event promoter and as a founding member of Charlotte Black Gay Pride, Monica Raye created the fundraiser, DIVAS Live, a live music showcase that featured local and national artists as well as Soul Sessions, a weekly live music production. Monica Raye was also the formal host for Sophisticated Lyfe Entertainment’s events as well as the nationally syndicated R&B Live Showcase in Charlotte. She is dedicated to her activism and merges her artistry and work for social change by performing at local and national conferences and marches, and she was named as a New Civil Rights Leader in Essence Magazine.

Ms. Simpson was recently on our show talking about her article Experiencing Police Brutality Made Me An Activist.

Ms. Simpson talked about:

– Where her activist journey start
– What her mother and her grandmother instilled in her
– The story behind the article
– The need to get to the root of racism
SisterSong and reproductive justice

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: Dr. Charles U. Phillips “Putting Out More Than Just Fires”

Dr. Charles U. Phillips, Ph.D

Dr. Charles U. Phillips, Ph.D

Fighting More Than Fires - Memoirs of Charles U. Phillps Ph.D

Fighting More Than Fires – Memoirs of Charles U. Phillps Ph.D

Fighting More than Fires is a true story about the life of Miami Dade’s first African American Fire Chief, Charles Phillips. It is his autobiography, detailing his rise through the ranks of Miami –Dade Fire Department to achieve the highest honor of becoming Chief, only to be accused of the unthinkable.

“My story lays bare the details of my experiences – the good, the bad, and the ugly.”

Phillips says, “Writing this book was a 10 year gut-wrenching, soul-searching project and it was very difficult to re-live some of the unpleasant experiences I had encountered. Can you imagine working your was up the ranks from firefighter to Chief, in a major city in America, only to be publicly humiliated and forced out of office on false allegations by someone you trusted as a confidant?”

Fighting More Than Fires is a compelling account of Chief Phillips’ fight to make it to the top and then having it all taken away two years after being sworn in. It is his story of betrayal, deception and perseverance.

Dr. Charles U. Phillips was on our show talking about Fighting More Than Fires and his life. He shared about:

– Life growing up in inner city Miami (Liberty City) in times of open segregation
– What his parents taught him about life
– Where did desire to get involved in public service and being involved in the fire department come from
– Some of his experiences going through fireman training
– How he implemented cultural change within the Miami Dade Fire Department and some of the challenges that he had to overcome
– The story behind the book
– How has the landscape changed for Blacks in the Miami Dade fire department
– His thoughts on what young people need to do to get ahead

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: Do You Know What Time It Is…? – August 30, 2015

Do you know what time it is

Rodney Kellum

Rodney Kellum

Alfonzo Porter

Alfonzo Porter

Lawrence A. Rasheed

Lawrence A. Rasheed

The panelists for last Sunday’s show were: Rodney Kellum, Alfonzo Porter , and Lawrence A. Rasheed.

The panelists discussed the following stories:

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: From Black August To Black Lives Matter

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: Race And Recovery 10 Years After Hurricane Katrina

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: Black Lives Matter And The Presidential Primaries 

Black Lives Matter And The Presidential Primaries 

Moral outrage is timeless. The BLM Movement needs to decide whether its principal strategic objective is to defeat, embarrass, or publicly disrupt the campaigns of those candidates running for president of the United States; or, instead, to engage them as a potential allies in its struggle to get our nation to finally acknowledge, 24/7, that Black Lives really Matter. Click on the link below to read more.

Black Lives Matter and the Presidential Primaries | Clarence B. Jones

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