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Episode 10 : From Foster Child To Social Worker

   Changing my outcome and becoming a social worker All to often the pain of the past has prevented many of you from moving forward as an adult. My guest Shakoya Green knows all to well how the system can be a deterrent from putting the pieces of your life together and fighting for your […]

Episode 9 : Kawan Glover Is The Serial Overcomer on Erica Lynn Speaks Podcast

  Hear how Kawan overcame three brain surgeries, a stroke, depression/anxiety, suicidal ideation, opioid addiction, and $1.2 million in medical debt. Erica Lynn has had another mind blowing podcast episode. Her podcast are filled with rewarding stories of how others overcame adversities in order to live the life they dreamed of. Erica Lynn is no […]

Episode 6 : Living A Life with Keratoconus Will Not Hold You Back

  Look Into A Glimpse Of Your New Life Have heard of the word keratoconus? What would you think? Whatever it is, doesn’t sound good and you would probably begin to think the worst. Can you imagine being told at the age of six that you have keratoconus and you were going to have vision […]

Episode 5 : How do you eat whatever you want and stay healthy at The Grubbank?

  How important is it to take care of your body? How important is it to put the right foods inside of your temple? Well my guest today knows all about this subject, she talks about it and teaches you, what results you will receive if you don’t guard and protect your temple. Nedra Banks […]

Episode 4 : Why do I not feel good enough

  If you want to learn how to take the weight off of the things you have been carrying for a long time, it is important to learn what you need to do to feel good enough. In this episode Apostle La Tasha Jordan of Repairers of The Breach Global Ministries share with us how […]

Episode 3: Stroke Survival Stories – What You Need to Know About the Disease

  Whenever we hear of Stroke although it is uncommon, its an illness that does not require ongoing care such as diabetes, sarcoidosis, or a muscular dystrophy type of illness’. We often think in the back of our minds ‘surely not me’. But many factors contribute to chronic illnesses- some controllable and others completely out […]