A new program on Financial Issues Stewardship Ministries (FISM)

“Outspoken: A Sisterhood of Faith,” hosted by Jeanne Hester, Ann Barrovecchio, Lauren Smack and Brittany Hollis

The four-woman cast of “Outspoken” on Financial Issues Stewardship Ministries TV.

television helps women realize they are not going through the challenges of motherhood and sisterhood alone.

Outspoken: A Sisterhood of Faith” airs Mondays at 8 p.m. EST on FISM.TV. The May 25 program will address the topic of “New Motherhood Realities.” The four female hosts discuss what came as a surprise to them during their first year of motherhood and what they wish someone would have told them when they became moms for the first time.

Hosted by Jeanne Hester, Ann Barrovecchio, Lauren Smack and Brittany Hollis, the women discuss what came as a surprise to them during their first year of motherhood and what they wish someone would have told them when they became moms for the first time.

The “Outspoken” television show and podcast was established out of a desire to speak godly truth in love to unite mothers into a sisterhood of faith. “Outspoken” was also created to help women encourage and support each other through the immense joys and difficulties of motherhood.

Helping to lead the FISM.TV team is Senior Producer Krunti Hester and “Outspoken” producer Aubrey Sloan. Nationally syndicated host and biblical investing authority Dan Celia leads Financial Issues Stewardship Ministries.

FISM.TV is available 24/7 on avenues such as Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and Android TV. Viewers can also watch from any device online.

The station, headquartered in Philadelphia, is a post-cable television network of new, edgy, and informative Christian television programming. includes programs such as the daily, three-hour nationally syndicated radio and TV program “Financial Issues with Dan Celia,” airing 9 a.m. to noon ET, as well as “MXTV,” “New Life Live,” “Pathway to Victory,” “The 700 Club,” “Stand in the Gap TV,” “Way of the Master,” “Wretched” and “Good Guys Doing Good!” (coming soon).

Connect with “Outspoken” group of women through Instagram.

WASHINGTON – Pandemic: The Threshing of America argues that current medical, economic, and social crisis is God’s chastening on America because of the sin of abortion.

Pandemic, produced and written by Randall Terry, takes special aim at NewChristian Activist Randall Terry from the Buffalo News York City and Governor Andrew Cuomo for the economic crisis, hardship, and death rate in NYC, connecting the fact that NYC is the “abortion capital of America.” On Jan. 22, 2019, Cuomo signed a bill that “legalized” the killing of unborn babies through all nine months of pregnancy.

The film may be viewed for free in its entirety below.

The premise of Pandemic: The Threshing of America is that innocent blood cries out to God for vengeance; that God hears that cry, and that Sacred Scripture outlines the various ways that God chastens a nation that kills it’s children.

Pandemic is a highly produced documentary with an original music score, voice actors, and extensive images of Renaissance art that tells the story of God’s judgment. It takes the Scriptural themes of the Judgment of God on nations and applies them to today’s crisis in America,” said Terry.

Peter Wooding
Assist News Service

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (ANS) – Evangelist for the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, and the grandson of Billy Graham – Will Graham – will co-host a national observance broadcast with America’s National Day of Prayer Task Force president, Kathy william graham is an evangelist with the billy graham evangelistic associationBranzell on May 7.

The US National Day of Prayer is an annual national observance established in public law in 1952 and observed publicly on the First Thursday in May, according to the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA).

A BGEA press release said regardless of the unprecedented challenges that America faces today due to the corona crisis and resulting economic shutdown, it will not be canceled nor postponed – but will look very different from years past.

Each year, people gather across the nation, in over 60,000 local community events to pray together for America. While the number of people gathering may be different this year, prayers will be multiplied and amplified through new and creative approaches, combined with unprecedented access to digital platforms. In homes, neighborhoods, communities, cities, states, nation and the world, observing recommended “social distancing” measures, their NDP coordinators are planning to mobilize millions in unified, public prayer for America.

The BGEA reports that while focusing on using these digital platforms, this year’s ‘virtual’ observances have the potential to become the largest prayer ‘gathering’ in U.S. history – with millions praying together, individually.

In addition to virtual events being held in communities across the nation, The National Day of Prayer National Observance Broadcast will take place on May 7 from 8:00 -10:00 p.m. ET. It will be broadcast, streamed, and posted in many ways including, the Billy Graham website, live on their Facebook page and cross-posted by many of their ministry partners. It will be televised on GodTV, Daystar, NLC, and BrioTV, with more stations to come, and on radio through Moody and Bott Radio Networks.

This year’s theme, “Pray God’s Glory Across the Earth”, is based on Habakkuk 2:14, and reminds us that this promise, “for the earth will be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the Lord as the waters cover the sea.” is for us today.

“Unprecedented times call for unprecedented prayer! This year’s ‘virtual’ National Day of Prayer Observance may have more prayer – and more ‘pray-ers’ than ever before!” Branzell said.

By Grelan Muse Sr.
Inside The Pew

Magnolia, Texas – Darjean Jones Wines, a small boutique wine company owned and operated by scientist Dr. Dawna Darjean Jones, will be the choice of characters in Tyler Perry’s newest movie, “Nobody’s Fool,” which will be released on Friday, Nov. 2.

As the movie hits theaters next month, audiences are encouraged to experience Darjean Jones Wines for themselves by attending a special event from 7 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 3 at the Star Cinema Grill, 8920 Fry Road, in Cypress, Texas. Jones will host a private movie screening that will include dinner and a glass of her rosé, which is featured in the movie. Tickets are $60 and available on Eventbrite.

“Nobody’s Fool” stars Tiffany Haddish, who is just released from prison and reunites with her sister (Tika Sumpter) only to find the man her sister has been dating online may not be what he seems. Bottles of Darjean Jones Wines can be seen in scenes of the movie as the wine of choice for its characters. The brand’s inclusion is part of a continuing trend by movie producers to include wine as part of its characters’ lifestyles, further making them relatable to audiences.

“I’m honored that Darjean Jones Wines appears in Tyler Perry’s “Nobody’s Fool.” I identified deeply with the determination of the strong, female executive character,” said Jones, who earned a bachelor’s degree in plant science from Southern University in Baton Rouge. Jones, a native of Opelousas, La., and is the second Black woman to receive a doctorate degree in plant pathology from the University of California, Davis.

Darjean Jones Wines has received more than two dozen awards, including gold medals at the 2018 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition. Since launching in 2010, the company’s portfolio has grown to include a Russian River Valley Viognier, a Sonoma Coast Chardonnay, Pathologiē a Proprietary Red, a Napa Valley Cabernet Franc and a Napa Valley Merlot. This year, Jones introduced her latest addition, a 2017 Rosé of Tempranillo.

“I’ve poured so much of myself into my wines that success is the only option. I hope people truly experience ‘joie de vivre’ – joy of living when they open our bottles,” Jones said.

A portfolio selection will also be served on Nov. 7 at the James Beard House in New York City for the event, “Savoring Jamaica.”

As an award-winning wine brand, the placement is an important step in building more awareness about black-owned wine companies, like Darjean Jones Wines, in the U.S. and abroad which is currently less than 10%.

Darjean Jones Wines are available through their distributor, Delectatio, and online wine store. Learn more at www.darjeanjoneswines.com and follow @darjeanjoneswines on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

By Evangelist Alveda King
Special to Inside The Pew

“To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose… A time to get, and a time to lose; a time to keep, and a time to cast away…” Ecclesiastes 3:1, 6 KJV

In the last several days, we’ve had so many things changing that we’re having to pray hard to keep up. Certainly, President Donald John Trump is moving forward with the agenda; as he is keeping

his promises to make America great again. What with the confirmation of Justice Brett Kavanaugh and approaching departure of UN Ambassador Nikki Haley, we can expect more transformation.

Justice Kavanaugh and his beloved family have survived a trial by fire, and he is entering into a heightened season of public service. Ambassador Haley is seeking a well-deserved break from service to humanity to attend to her family for a season. Who can blame her? Well done Madame.

We’re living in a time that when we wake up we can either ask and say: “What is happening today? Let me turn on the news.” or we can ask and say, “What’s going to happen today? Let me tune in to God.” Your outcome will be guided by your perspective. My pastor Theo McNair at Believers Bible Christian Church often teaches that we should ask God to bless our perspective.

I’m saying all this to point out that as the world is moving on around us, we should be asking ourselves, “What are we going to do in the process?”

Please check out these two audio clips (Audio One and Audio Two) of some reflections; and be encouraged as you move forward. Begin to look at your day with a new perspective. There’s a song, “Open the Eyes of My Heart, Lord, I Want to See You.” Pray with open hearts, eyes and arms.

The world is out there; and we step into it all the time. What are we going to do with and about the events around us? Are we going to make the world a better place or are we just going to see problems and have problems? God uses people to make history. God uses people to accomplish divine purposes. Let’s join together, pray and actually become part of the solution.

For more on, Evangelist Alveda King, visit civilrightsfortheunborn.com.