Montell and Kristin Jordan know the hardships a marriage can face better than most.
After years in the music industry, their marriage faced infidelity, financial stress, loss of a child, and a loss of faith. Despite all of this, Montell and Kristin were able to re-establish their marriage and grow in love by devoting themselves to God. Today, they are on a journey to see 1 million marriages transformed by the power of Jesus Christ just like theirs was.
This is How We Do It is more than just Montell’s hit song. It’s also the Jordan’s co-authored marriage book that teaches couples how to make their marriage stronger than they ever thought possible through God.
Learn how to not only survive your marriage, but thrive in it with real life examples, biblical scriptures, and straightforward Christian advice. With humor and honesty, Montell and Kristin will help you find a deeper, more connected love with your spouse and uncover God’s blueprint for your marriage. Marriage is a covenant designed by God to be forever.
Want to make your forever the best possible?
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Shirley Luu is an Award-winning financial advisor, hands-on trainer, author, national speaker on financial literacy, and renown wealth guru. Her 25 years of expertise in the financial services field sets her apart as one of the industry’s most notable connoisseurs.
Serving as an Executive Field Chairman for First Financial Security, Shirley Luu has dedicated over 17 years to informing, educating, and empowering individuals and small and large business owners on the most powerful mediums for lifetime income and retirement.
Her personal journey, as a widowed mother of three, has allowed her to recognize the unique challenges that exist for women, front and center. She actively empowers women across the globe to “know their money” through various educational and enrichment programs, including the LiSA Initiative.
Amid Shirley’s profusion of recognitions, many of her awards and achievements highlight her support for countless nonprofit and philanthropic causes. Other programs include but are not limited to championing on Guaranteed Lifetime Income, Financial Literacy, and Smart Retirement featured in Forbes 2016 Magazine; Monthly Syndication on Sirius XM Satellite Radio in all 50 states; Host and Co-producer of the Cable Television Series The Real Secrets of Money; and Financial Literacy Speaker on Dish Network in the U.S. and Canada. She was also interviewed on ABC Channel 7 WJLA, Channel 9 WUSA and FOX 5 in 2019 and 2020.
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Multimedia Influencer is making headlines with her new book “Mi Mochila Emocional” recently featured on People en Español March Edition. The Renowned International Award-winning Journalist Jackeline Cacho Reveals How She Overcame Anxiety and Panic Attacks for Many Years and released her first book “Mi Mochila Emocional” She shares her important story of overcoming adversity.
The creator of the Edutainment Movement in Spanish programming in United States, Jackeline Cacho in her new autobiography “Mi Mochila Emocional” (My Emotional Backpack), lays bare her personal saga. For years she dealt with debilitating anxiety and panic attacks. She hid her condition from the public during her rise to prominence as a most respected national journalist and successful talk show host.
In her own words, Cacho details how she suffered in silence with this condition and how, armed with courage, determination, and surprising allies, was able to overcome it and transform her life at every stage of her career development. Jackeline bravely shares a detailed narrative, with plenty of anecdotes, about one of the most difficult phases of her life. “This battle forced me to fully evaluate the importance of my life, I believe we all are Spiritual Warriors, we have to find the force that can help us to overcome anything,” said Cacho. “I hope that my own experiences will help the millions who suffer every day from anxiety and panic attacks and helps them realize the best roads to treatment and recovery.”
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Dr. Renee Carr received her EdD from the George Washington University in 2019 and her MA in Political Science in 2009 from the
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. She obtained her BA in French and International Studies in 2007 from the
University of Washington.
has worked in the field of education and related programmatic work since 2007. She is multilingual. Dr. Carr speaks Modern Greek, French, and Spanish. Dr. Carr has worked at a university, a government contractor, non-profits, associations, and schools in Washington, DC area. Her areas of expertise include social-emotional learning, international exchange, and world languages. She has a background in educational research including qualitative coding, case studies, literature reviews, and project management. Dr. Carr wrote Accountability in the Classroom: Using Social-Emotional Learning to Guide School Improvement. The premise of the book came from her dissertation topic, social-emotional learning and school accountability systems. The book includes her experiences as an educator both from the perspectives of World Language education and the COVID-19 crisis.
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Dr. Stephen Bond has been a teacher for 21 years. Born and raised in New York, he has taught several History courses from AP American history World History as well as Civics and Government. He is also an author, coach and mentor. Dr. Bond was the recipient of the Minority educator of the year in 2007 and 2009 at Kissimmee Charter Academy. He currently teaches at Wilson Preparatory Academy where he teaches
History to high schoolers.
As a Social Studies teacher at Wilson Preparatory Academy in Wilson, North Carolina, Dr. Bond spoke with his students via email and text during the COVID-19 crisis that ended the 2020 school year and discovered many were feeling these emotions. He let them know that it was OK to be upset. Dr.Bond encouraged them to come to him and their parents with any new questions about the virus, and he asked his students to express their feelings. This phenomenal book, jam-packed with challenging activities like word searches, crossword puzzles, and colorful drawings by the talented Illustrator Anthony Mercer, covers what Dr. Bond's students had to say and more.
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Lady Janét earned a Bachelor of Science degree in English and Mathematics from the District of Columbia Teachers College and a Master of Arts degree in English from Howard University in Washington, D.C. Also, she received
Certificates of Advanced Graduate Studies in Supervision and Administration in Women’s Studies. As a life-long learner, a world traveler, and a follower of Socrates, Lady Janét retired from being an English and Study Skills instructor at the Howard University Center for Academic Excellence. She was also an Adjunct Instructor in numerous universities and community colleges in the Washington, D.C., and Metropolitan areas.
Lady Janét’s poems have been featured in numerous magazines and newspapers, including The Flier (Columbia, Maryland newspaper);
The Horizon (Howard University Journal); the American Poetry Anthology;
and Sisters (published by the National Council of Negro Women).
Her letters of commendation from other acclaimed writers, such as Maya Angelou, Nikki Giovanni, and Frederick Harper are great sources of encouragement!
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Dr. Benson George Cooke holds an Ed.D. in Counseling Psychology & Mental Health Administration from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst; an M.S. in Clinical Psychology, from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst; and a B.A. in Psychology from Morehouse College.
Dr, Cooke is a Professor of Counseling and Psychology and Clinical Coordinator
for the Graduate Mental Health Counseling Program at the University of the
District of Columbia
in Washington DC. Prior to his current role at the University of the District of Columbia he held faculty and administrative appointments at the University of Massachusetts (UMass), Amherst; Xavier University of Louisiana (XU), and George Mason University (GMU).
Dr. Cooke is an author and speaker who has addressed diverse audiences at national
and international conferences, symposiums, workshops, professional institutes, and local and
national radio, cable network and television programs. Dr. Cooke is an author of numerous journal articles,
magazine articles, and book chapters, Dr. Cooke wrote and co-authored five text books.
He is the former national president of the Association of Black Psychologists 2009-2011 and the recipient of numerous national community-service, educational/faculty excellence, scholarship and professional service awards. Dr. Cooke is a recipient of the 2020 Faculty Excellence Award for Teaching at the University of the District of Columbia (i.e., the First university-wide honor from the President’s Executive Cabinet to recognize and reward faculty excellence in one of four categories: i.e., teaching, scholarly/creative works, service and external funding). Dr. Cooke also made significant contributions to the national guidelines intended to provide culturally competent therapeutic responses to disaster relief following Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
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Rodney Norwood retired from the United States Navy in 2016, with over 30 years of honorable service, with 17 years assigned on four Fast-Attack Submarines, various shore assignments in the States and abroad, and numerous agencies with-in the Intelligences community. In addition, he was commissioned as a Chief Warrant Officer and held various positions ranging from Division Officer to Deputy Chief of Staff for a major Intelligence Community organization in support of classified missions, process improvement
Mr. Norwood is currently employed as a Senior Management and Program Analyst with the Department of Education, Office of the Federal Student Aid (FSA), and is assigned to the Enterprise Performance Management Consulting Group, working directly with headquarters and regional stakeholders to provide strategic and enhancing solutions to internal-facing customers.
The following is Rod Norwood's
Master of Arts in Procurement and Acquisition from Webster University
Master of Business Administration from
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration-HRM from Hawaii Pacific University
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Trevor Boffone is a Spanish teacher at Bellaire High School and a Lecturer in the Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies Program at the University of Houston. His work using Dubsmash and TikTok with his students has been featured on Good Morning America, ABC News, Inside Edition, and Access Hollywood, among numerous national and local media platforms. He is the co-editor of Encuentro: Latinx Performance for the New American Theater; Nerds, Goths, Geeks, and Freaks: Outsiders in Chicanx and Latinx Young Adult Literature; Shakespeare and Latinidad; and Seeking Common Ground: Latinx and Latin American Theatre and Performance.
Dr. Boffone is the author of Renegades: Digital Dance Cultures from Dubsmash to TikTok. Renegades explores how hip hop culture--principally music and dance--is used to construct and perform identity and maintain a growing urban youth subculture. Building off of his work using Dubsmash and Tiktok with his students, Renegades offers a blueprint for anti-racist community building and teaching through dance and social media.
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Ms. Matoula Hartlove received her Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a minor in Philosophy from University of Maryland, College Park in 2000. After spending one year at Georgetown University she earned her Certificate as an Ophthalmic Assistant and has spent the last 20 years working for a successful Ophthalmologist office. Although a busy single mother of 3, Matoula still finds time to dabble in the world of the fine arts. Ms. Hartlove spent 5 years working as a local Greek singer and has held part time jobs as a Greek Translator. Of late, she has started writing poetry and has just recently published her first children’s book named Kitty Meets Boohoo. She is excited about writing short fun stories that will teach children important life lessons and plans to release more children’s books in the near future.
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Z. Azizuddin is a gifted writer and performer from Ypsilanti, Michigan. She has been performing since she was a small child, culminating into earning the National School Choral Award. She has performed at Washtenaw Community College, Interlochen Center for the Arts, The Neutral Zone, The University of Michigan, and toured with her college gospel choir. She is a Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholar and earned her degree in Film with a minor in playwriting from Howard University, graduating magna cum laude in 2019. Her work has been showcased in art galleries, she was a Louder Than A Bomb poetry slam city finalist, and won Brooklyn Poets YAWP poet of the month. She published her first book Ninjas In The Rose Garden: Songs For The Revolution in November, 2020.
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