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Giving in itself is a gift. Some people love to share, even give themselves away. Yet, some do not understand why their giving is often taken for granted. Worse than the latter is not knowing how to receive – so that they can keep on giving.
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We are pleased to welcome back Rev. Tamla Groce as our special guest.
This week’s featured poet is Danielle Chatman and we are always delighted to have the special C2L Mix by DJ Nonchalant and the Passion Play of the Day by Andrea M. Scott.
Love, Like and Lust: Ignorance is not always bliss.
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…with Tamla Groce
Tamla Wilson Groce is a licensed minister, wife late in life, mother against all odds, writer, inspirational speaker, friend and faith walker. Rev. Tamla offers inspirational video blogging with AlrightTV, Tracey Edmonds YouTube television station. Currently completing her Masters of Theology and Ministry at Fuller Theological Seminary, she will be launching a new blog in the very near future. In the meantime, she can be followed on Twitter @RevTamla. The mother of two miracle babies, Rev. Tamla has been instrumental in the development of a fertility ministry at Wheeler Avenue Baptist church called “The Waiting Room” which will hold its first meeting on Monday, November 18.
and A.D. Burks
A.D. Burks is a native Texan and true Renaissance man who sang at Carnegie Hall and wrote a song entitled Renaissance Revolution. After earning a degree in Chemistry from Grinnell College, he pursued a music career while teaching in the Atlanta, Nashville and Houston public school systems. His strong sense of faith (and a little help from fate) provided him an opportunity to train and travel internationally under the same vocal coach of several Arista Records artists.
A.D. has a Master’s in Business Administration from Rice University. Working in real estate development, he completed his own development projects and transitioned into corporate real estate for the world resource his state of Texas is known for: Oil.
With Sex & Surrender, A.D. returns to his first love, and what he considers his calling— creativity and spiritual growth. In this book, he hopes to share life lessons and experiences he has learned along the way.