40 min

From Rescued to Rescuer w/Clemmie Greenlee :: Ep 63 Stronger Than My Father Podcast Stronger Than My Father Podcast

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In this episode, Marcus talks with Clemmie Greenlee, Founder and CEO of Nashville Peacemakers/Mothers Over Murder.

Clemmie was raised in an environment where poverty and violence were commonplace, and personally suffered the horrors of human sex trafficking that resulted in years of drug addiction, homelessness, prostitution and frequent incarceration. Since being rescued from the streets by the Magdalene House of Nashville, she has been tirelessly “paying it forward”—with a long list of accomplishments that include helping to establish Eden House in New Orleans (working to end sex trafficking), preventing dozens of gang retaliatory shootings, and supporting the basic needs of the homeless, the imprisoned and those disadvantaged by birth and geography.

In addition to being honored as “Nashvillian of the Year" by the Nashville Scene and receiving a coveted Soros Justice Fellowship grant for her innovative approach to violence prevention, Greenlee has been bestowed numerous awards for her work from organizations that include Bank of America,  Philadelphia-based Mothers in Charge, the Tennessee NAACP, and Nashville-based Community A.L.E.R.T. and The Wesley Foundation Campus Ministry.


Laying down to have a kid....kid will love you, but the man may not (14:10)

This generation is lost because of US (16:10)

Inequalities in business lending (22:45)

I needed to find MY Jesus (28:45)

God looks for helpers (31:10)

Why it's important that a dad love his daughter (35:40)

Women need to see the proper way to be treated by men, which starts with the dad (37:00)

Quit being a loser and start being a CHOOSER! (38:15)



Follow Clemmie:
www.https://www.nashvillepeacemakers.org/


For as little as $25/month, you would be making a HUGE difference for fatherless children. Please donate at www.strongerthanmyfather.org

#causes #dad #dadlife #dadsofinstagram #dogood #education #familytime #father #fatherhood #fatherless #fatherlessdaughters #giveback #grief #griefsupport #healing #help #mentalhealth #momlife #motherhood #motherwound #nonprofit #nonprofitorganization #nonprofits #parenting #parents #selfhealers #support #therapy #traumacore #volunteer 

In this episode, Marcus talks with Clemmie Greenlee, Founder and CEO of Nashville Peacemakers/Mothers Over Murder.

Clemmie was raised in an environment where poverty and violence were commonplace, and personally suffered the horrors of human sex trafficking that resulted in years of drug addiction, homelessness, prostitution and frequent incarceration. Since being rescued from the streets by the Magdalene House of Nashville, she has been tirelessly “paying it forward”—with a long list of accomplishments that include helping to establish Eden House in New Orleans (working to end sex trafficking), preventing dozens of gang retaliatory shootings, and supporting the basic needs of the homeless, the imprisoned and those disadvantaged by birth and geography.

In addition to being honored as “Nashvillian of the Year" by the Nashville Scene and receiving a coveted Soros Justice Fellowship grant for her innovative approach to violence prevention, Greenlee has been bestowed numerous awards for her work from organizations that include Bank of America,  Philadelphia-based Mothers in Charge, the Tennessee NAACP, and Nashville-based Community A.L.E.R.T. and The Wesley Foundation Campus Ministry.


Laying down to have a kid....kid will love you, but the man may not (14:10)

This generation is lost because of US (16:10)

Inequalities in business lending (22:45)

I needed to find MY Jesus (28:45)

God looks for helpers (31:10)

Why it's important that a dad love his daughter (35:40)

Women need to see the proper way to be treated by men, which starts with the dad (37:00)

Quit being a loser and start being a CHOOSER! (38:15)



Follow Clemmie:
www.https://www.nashvillepeacemakers.org/


For as little as $25/month, you would be making a HUGE difference for fatherless children. Please donate at www.strongerthanmyfather.org

#causes #dad #dadlife #dadsofinstagram #dogood #education #familytime #father #fatherhood #fatherless #fatherlessdaughters #giveback #grief #griefsupport #healing #help #mentalhealth #momlife #motherhood #motherwound #nonprofit #nonprofitorganization #nonprofits #parenting #parents #selfhealers #support #therapy #traumacore #volunteer 

40 min