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We give a voice to the voiceless, to those who can't or won't speak out for themselves. We speak up for the rights of all those who are poor and needy. These include people who are and have been sexually abused, who are and have been physically abused, who are suffering with addictions, who are in unhealthy relationships, who are bullied and are the bullies, who are suffering from mental illness, who are deemed by society as unloveable and who feel hopeless. Our social services are overworked and understaffed, so when people are being abused or are in difficult life situations, many times they feel they are not heard. Our program provides a platform for their voices, suggestions for the situations and hope for tomorrow. Often times a person just needs someone to listen. With the right understanding and by opening up to someone who has similar life experiences, one can see there is hope. Life doesn't have to end. You can embrace and trust someone one small step at a time.

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We give a voice to the voiceless, to those who can't or won't speak out for themselves. We speak up for the rights of all those who are poor and needy. These include people who are and have been sexually abused, who are and have been physically abused, who are suffering with addictions, who are in unhealthy relationships, who are bullied and are the bullies, who are suffering from mental illness, who are deemed by society as unloveable and who feel hopeless. Our social services are overworked and understaffed, so when people are being abused or are in difficult life situations, many times they feel they are not heard. Our program provides a platform for their voices, suggestions for the situations and hope for tomorrow. Often times a person just needs someone to listen. With the right understanding and by opening up to someone who has similar life experiences, one can see there is hope. Life doesn't have to end. You can embrace and trust someone one small step at a time.

    You Never Say, Goodbye to Friends. It is Just So Long.

    You Never Say, Goodbye to Friends. It is Just So Long.

    Even the word “goodbye” has “good” in it. October 5, 2018 was our first “AbbaDaddy House Girls Speak Out” episode and January 10, 2020 will be our last. It was good for us to step out in faith in 2018 and to walk in faith each renewal contract period.

    • 55 min
    Encore Caged and Living Free

    Encore Caged and Living Free

    This is part two of a three part series. Part one can be found on the November 15, 2019 episode entitled "When Justice Fails." William, a former deputy sheriff, was sent to prison for a crime he did not commit. Prosecutor offers were presented.

    • 54 min
    Invitation to a Royal Birthday Party, A King is Born

    Invitation to a Royal Birthday Party, A King is Born

    Tis the season- Christmas. Last minute shopping. Time with family and friends. Delectable food. Thoughtful gift giving. Charming Children Programs. Festive lights. Gala parades.
    The celebration of Christmas is worldwide.

    • 55 min
    Superstition versus Christianity

    Superstition versus Christianity

    Annette and Myrna are battling it out on Friday’s show. Do Superstition and Christian beliefs clash or coincide? Should a Christian practice superstition? Truth be known, Christians practice superstitions without even knowing it.

    • 56 min
    Life Through Troubled Waters

    Life Through Troubled Waters

    The greatest challenge to William and Teresa’s 13 years of marriage came when the gavel pounded a guilty verdict. Witness after witness testified to Deputy Sheriff William's innocence.

    • 52 min
    Caged and Living Free

    Caged and Living Free

    This is part two of a three part series. Part one can be found on the November 15, 2019 episode entitled "When Justice Fails." William, a former deputy sheriff, was sent to prison for a crime he did not commit. Prosecutor offers were presented.

    • 54 min

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