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Halo is a faith-based broadcast that encourages everyone to share their God-given gifts and live out their individual and collective call. It is hosted by Kimberlee Payton Jones, an ordained minister and practicing attorney. She is the founder of Halo, a devotional ministry, and she maintains a private law practice.
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Halo Kimberlee Payton Jones

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Halo is a faith-based broadcast that encourages everyone to share their God-given gifts and live out their individual and collective call. It is hosted by Kimberlee Payton Jones, an ordained minister and practicing attorney. She is the founder of Halo, a devotional ministry, and she maintains a private law practice.
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    Understanding Mental Illness

    Understanding Mental Illness

    with Dr. Marketa Wills
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    • 51 Min.
    Heart Work

    Heart Work

    Dr. Leslie Nwoke joins Rev. Kimberlee in a discussion about stress and emotional well-being in the midst of civil unrest.
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    • 30 Min.
    Forgive Them Father ... Though They Know What They Do

    Forgive Them Father ... Though They Know What They Do

    Protest, curfews and shelter-in-place cause anger and frustration. Rev. Kimberlee discusses what Jesus teaches us about how to forgive while still fighting for change.
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    • 21 Min.
    Curtailing Family Violence

    Curtailing Family Violence

    Attorney and minister, Sonja Natasha Brown, Director of Community Affairs/Deputy Chief Assistant District Attorney, Dekalb County District Attorney's Office, discusses the rise in family violence and shares resources for families.
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    • 29 Min.
    Memorial Day Musings

    Memorial Day Musings

    Dr. Tiffany Pogue shares the history of Memorial Day and its connections to traditional African cultural and spiritual practices.
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    • 29 Min.
    The Future of Worship & Music Ministry

    The Future of Worship & Music Ministry

    Dr. Tony McNeill, professor of music at Clinton College and veteran church Worship and Arts Director, discusses the role of worship leaders and the future of music ministry in the church.
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    • 31 Min.

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