Today on the Community Affairs Show, Cheryl Jackson talks with Rev. Dr. Jonathan Weaver, Pastor of the Greater Mt. Nebo AME Church.  Greater Mt. Nebo will host the Pan African Collective Family Reunion, Saturday, August 27, 2022 from 12 noon to 4pm.  At the Family Reunion you will experience African Culture through a live […]

Lionel Richie announced that Platinum ticket winner Jay Copeland was saved by the judges during the final seconds of Monday’s episode of American Idol on ABC. ‘I just can’t believe you took so long to get to the core of what I wanted from you,’ Lionel, 72, said to the 23-year-old singer from Salisbury, Maryland ‘And then […]

https://player.zype.com/embed/6200d4215b84950001eb0e74.html?api_key=7Y41xOu32BVdSqiGMF3j9FA7adrxz2RikG54rf7jiMoKhMlH9lQOznwUdBc4QPbP&autoplay=true&controls=true Today’s Motivational Moment encourages you to trust the process, despite how you feel. Ronnette Rollins is joined by Rev. Ron Harrison. If you feel unworthy, inadequate or stuck? Take a listen to today’s Motivational Moment! Philippians chapter 4, verse 11: 11 Not that I speak in respect of want: for I have learned, in […]

This Week on The Community Affairs Show, Cheryl Jackson converses with Author, Leslie Bishop-Joe.  Bishop-Joe, authored an extraordinary book titled, “Pull It Off The Page”. People read the bible for various reasons.  Some may read it as simple literature, others may read it out of obligation or assignment.  However, with everything that we’ve faced in […]

Platinum selling gospel artist Dante Bowe stops by “Tamron Hall” for the first time. From dealing with childhood trauma to homelessness, the Grammy-nominated singer opens up about his journey and difficulties he faced along the way. Five-time Grammy nominated artist, Dante Bowe, brought “Joy” to the Tamron Hall Show with an exclusive interview to discuss […]

DAY 4 One of the most well-known biblical characters who understood and wrote about hurtful seasons is Job. During his darkest days, he said that he did not sense God’s presence. Even though he was known as a righteous man, he felt alone, lost and in pain. In Job 23 we read, “Behold, I go […]

This week on the Community Affairs Show Cheryl Jackson talks with Tonya Muse, Vice Chair of the Alzheimer’s Association National Capital Area Chapter Board of Directors and Gregor Wilson, Director, Producer and Co-writer of the short film Bewildered.  During the Month of January, The Alzheimer’s Association will host a Community Forum and screening of the […]

Humble Beginnings (Day #4) Bethlehem was a small town, insignificant in comparison to bigger cities in the area. In the Message Paraphrase of Micah 5:2, Bethlehem is referred to as “the runt of the litter.” Why would God choose to come to earth in such an unimportant location? Does it seem like a worthy birthplace […]

This week on the Community Affairs Show, Cheryl Jackson talks with the lead actress of Disney’s “Beauty and The Beast”, Jade Jones.  This production is not like any that you’ve seen from a traditional Disney cast.  Director Marcia Milgrom Dodge was intentional about breaking the mold of traditional stereotypical Disney princess and characters. Jade Jones, […]

This week on the Community Affairs Show, Cheryl Jackson talks with the Dr. Lorenzo Leggio of the National Institute on Drug Abuse.  The NIDA NIDA is the lead federal agency supporting scientific research on drug use and its consequences.  Dr. Leggio is the Deputy Scientific Director of NIDA IRP, and he has dedicated his medical […]

Day #2 Who or what is the villain in your life’s story? I’d be interested to know what came to your mind just now when I asked that question! I think it can be extremely helpful to locate yourself where you are right now in the process to your promise. Sometimes our own emotional reactions […]

  This week on the Community Affairs Show Cheryl Jackson talks with Emeobong Martin, MHP, Regional Director, Health Systems Region 14 (DC, MD, VA) of the Alzheimer’s Association.  The Alzheimer’s Association recently released a study of Alzheimer’s Disease and other Dementia as it relates to People of Color. The latest report was titled, “Alzheimer’s Disease […]