Dr. Annette Publishing Pusher
By JATNE Publishing with Dr. Annette West
Dr. Annette Publishing PusherJan 09, 2020
S4 E2: Dr. Carolyn Coleman "Momma's Book of Prayers"
In this episode, Dr. Annette chats with Dr. Carolyn Coleman, a woman on purpose to empower others. Her book is a compilation of prayers that create a divine pattern of supplications to God. This manuscript is invaluable for deciphering the portals and dimensions of prayers.
S4 E1: Stepping Forward - Dr. Annette West
In this first episode, Dr. Annette is stepping into a new season. She shares several things she did while preparing for a mighty move forward.
Dr. Annette's Publishing Pusher - New Season Introduction
It's that time again—time to start a new season. I'm excited you are listening in, and I hope you gain great insights. I'll be sharing a little insight as we prepared for the New Season.
Season 3: Episode 25 - Time to Step Back
We often have many things going on in our lives. So much at times that we may become overwhelmed. Sometimes we may realize that we are good at many things, but not great at any since we are stretching ourselves in so many areas. In the midst of this it may be a season to step back. A season to reprocess. A season to get ready for greater.
Season 3: Episode 24 -- You Are VICTORIOUS
Today's episode comes from a listener of the podcast. She asked, why is she not victorious as she looks at others' blessings? There are, unfortunately, many of God’s children who are living defeated lives. They feel have never entered into the experience of the peaceful life, the abundant life from the Lord. The victorious Christian life is the life that is lived, by faith, in a moment-by-moment surrender to God. The victorious Christian life is rooted and grounded in faith. Scripture declares The victorious life is a life of victory over sin, over self, and over Satan. They are“reconciled to God by the death of His Son”, but a life that is also “saved through His life” (Romans 5: 10).
Season 3: Episode 23 -- Holistic Wellness During the COVID-19 Crisis
Maintaining our Holistic Wellness during this season of a pandemic is very important to our overall health. The Covid-19 coronavirus has many feeling like they are getting cabin fever, locked in. This cabin fever is defined as irritability, listlessness, and similar symptoms resulting from long confinement or isolation indoors during the winter. I'm sharing thought on how to process during this storm.
Season 3: Episode 22 - Interview with Sharon Shannon (Sharon's Heart)
Season 3: Episode 21 -- Interview with Chantea Williams, Relentless Publishing
This week I am honored to interview Chantea Williams. She is the CEO of Relentless Publishing House. She will be sharing insight with us today on part of the writing process. Also, sharing with us on the most recent book "Graced for It, Vol 1, Your Purpose Matters.
This is an anthology inclusive of 26 female authors. Each of the author's shares on the aspect of their purpose to inspire the reader. You will be enriched from this interview.
Season 3: Episode 20 - Interview with Ann Jolina
Today Anna Jolina comes to the podcast sharing on her book "Perfect Love: A Hero's Journey. Her book follows 17 steps to guide people through the Christian walk. This is a bible study workbook. She shares perspective on Christian holistic wellness. She shares her personal testimony with us. The book details what it looks like when truth and grace try to act separately from one another as well as the damage of pulling one from outer extremes. The overall goal of this book is to reshape people to walk in Godly character in everything they do. -- physically, mentally, emotionally. spiritually.
Season 3: Episode 19 - Interview with Katie Dale, book author "Deliver Me From Crazy"
Mental illness is a leading cause of disability. Untreated mental illness can cause severe emotional, behavioral and physical health problems. Sometimes people are born with imbalances that may require to seek counseling and take medication. Author, Katie Dale shares with us what mental illness looks like throughout her life journey.
Season 3: Episode 18 - Patience in the Process (Replay)
Enjoy the Black History Fact at the beginning of this podcast. The topic for today is patience in the process. Patiecne is only developed as we are willing to go through the process before us. We all have burdens and cares, but we must learn to go to God and ask Him for guidance. That we must be willing to confess our impatience and shortcomings to Him. Learning that patience is a process, but when we com through what a testimony we have ourselves and others.
Season 3: Episode 17 - Wise Money Planning
Season 3: Episode 16 - Apostle Bernard Boulton "Why I Left the Traditional Denominational Church"
Season 3: Episode 15 - Strong Faith
Season 3: Episode 14 - Interview with Rachel Ogunsanwo in Nigeria
We have a great interview today with Rachel Ogunsanwo. Today we will be talking from her life and book titled "Early Years of Marriage." She is a Veterinary Doctor by profession and a Counselor, Writer, Author, Speaker with passion. She is the founder of a closed Facebook group of over 6000 members for the past three years - Singles, Engaged and Married sisters(SEMs): the motto is premarital and marital counseling is our concern. She is also the founder of HAVILLAH HAVENS: a ministry of comfort, where people are encouraged, supported and counseled using outreaches, spiritual songs, and hymns, premarital/marital counseling, prayers of healing and faith, etc. She has written 6books, five of which are on marriage, relationships, parenting, and motherhood. She shares on unrealistic expectations and how many give up on the marriage too early if their expectations are not met. You can preview and purchase her ebooks at http://gumroad.com/rachelogunsanwo
The video of this interview will be posted on Youtube soon. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCR-jOnYMjtvoyVVUq2BO1ow?view=
Season 3: Episode 13 - Connected to the Vine
Social media sites have also grown in numbers by leaps and bounds. In 2014 there were approximately 2 billion users used social networking sites and apps. With the increased use of mobile devices, this number exceeded 2.6 billion marks by 2018 and is steadily increasing. If we go to the Internet there are more than 66 Social Networking Sites. To name a few: Youtube, LinkedIn, Skype, Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Tumblr, Twitter, Pinterest and so many more. Daily millions of people stay connected, get a sense of friendship, learn about what others are doing, and draw their strength from them. For many, there are no people in your personal space, no F2F, no hugs, no handshake. All fo this social media has a place, but should not pull us away from our connection with Jesus, the vine. He said " I am the vine. You are the branches. He who remains in me, and I in him,
the same bears much fruit, for apart from me you can do nothing.” (John 15:5) He is the true vine, the source of our covenant relationship with God. He is the link by which we are able to stay connected to God and each other. In the words of the old gospel hymn, he is the tie that binds our hearts together in Christian love.
Season 3: Episode 12 - Decently and Orderly
Season 3: Episode 11 -- Interview with Author/Poet, Anna J. Roseboro
Anna shares today on her newest book, EXPERIENCE POEMS AND PICTURES: Poetry that Paints/Pictures that Speak (2019). This work reflects ways writing can be emotionally and psychologically healing as well as a way to celebrate and commemorate special people and events in one’s life. She has found that to be true in dealing with the deaths of family members, and processing events in her life. The book includes her poetry and artistic drawings from a range of diverse teens and adults from across the nation and from the country of Sri Lanka. She prays that those who read the book, view the pictures of artwork and try some of the writing and art prompts will find healing for themselves and for their families as they share what they write and create. follow her on Facebook or go her website: http://teachingenglishlanguagearts.com/bookstore/
S3: Episode 10 - The Significance of Working
On today's show Dr. West shares on the significance of working. That we need to learn how to stand firm in what God has called us to do for this kingdom building and helping others. That there will be times when we become tired, frustrated when the process does not seem to be working as we would like. However, we must stay true to our craft, our profession, our work, or sharing, or giving to work the process. If we stay in the race the outcomes will be favorable.
Season 3: Episode 9 -- Strengthening Yourself in the Lord
As we go through life there will be times when we feel that we will falter. Times when we have unhealthy attitudes, toxic habits and even sin abounds. We are daily exposed to much spiritual contamination. In these moments, if not careful, we can easily become depressed, have anxiety, be angry, become bitter or discouraged, and so much more. We have to learn how to support and strengthen ourselves during these times. Through all of all this, we can be like David, in the bible, and learn how to encourage ourselves and be strengthened in the Lord. David's life shows us the ability to strengthen and minister to ourselves is a vital skill that we must learn if we are going to develop the character to fulfill our potential in what God has called us to do.
Season 3: Episode 8 -- Interview with Ann Lindholm author of "Love to Reconcile"
We welcome this week to the podcast Ann Lindholm. Here book is "Love to Reconcile." She shares on revealing the heart of the Father to His children. Shares on how each person can receive forgiveness from God. Also, how our personal relationship can be healed through reconciliation. Throughout her life, she has been challenged and shares with the reader what victory through reconciliation looks like. She believes that a person has a strained relationship with someone this book will benefit them greatly.
Ann wants to share a bit about herself with you. She is the wife of a former US Army Ranger (Her hero) and mother of four children and one son-in-law. She homeschools her three younger children and is a full-time homemaker and a very part-time companion sitter for hospice. Ann also walks in inner healing and deliverance ministry with other ladies and couples. She created a ministry called Damascus Report, where she shares bible lessons and ministry for the broken. She is a devout follower of Jesus Christ and attempts to be led by the Spirit in all that she does. Although she has not arrived, she has learned a great deal through personal life experiences. Ann became an unwed mother at age nineteen. She has experienced some personal trauma in her life that she has had to overcome emotionally and spiritually. She raised her children for twelve years while her husband was deployed or away at training much of the time, faithfully serving our great nation. She grew up Roman Catholic but gave her life completely to Christ at the age of twenty-one. Her salvation experience was dramatic and life-changing. It is from these experiences and her personal relationship and growth with the Lord that she passionately writes and yearns to share the love of Jesus with whoever will listen.
Season 3: Episode 7 - Interview with Paul Barratt on his book "Detox from a Religious Mindset"
Season 3: Episode 6 -- Interview with Paul Barratt
Book Author, Paul Barratt Paul, shares with us from his book titled "Detox from a Religious Mindset". He shares his passion to see Christian believers connect with Gods assignment for their lives. The book takes a look at the individuals in the church who have become distressed with their own life, discontent with feeling unfulfilled and in-debt with giving so much of their lives in duty towards the church. He, also, speaks on the immense value of so many individuals in the church who are gifted to operate outside the walls in the marketplace to bring cultural and societal change for the Kingdom of God.
Season 3: Episode 5 -- Dealing with Grief During the Holiday Season
Many say that it is the season to be jolly. It is a time of rejoicing and cheer, its the holiday season. However, there are many that do not have that joy. They have lost someone they love. They are trying to just make it through the day. Coping with the loss of someone or something you love is one of life’s biggest challenges. The person may experience all kinds of difficult and unexpected emotions, from shock or anger to disbelief, guilt, and profound sadness. The grieving process is real and each person needs to be allowed to flow through it as needed for their own well-being.
Season 3: Episode 4 -- Book Interview with Michael Allyn LaBorn
Michael LaBorn is with us again. He is now the author of The Master Narrative, which has changed the way thousands of people read the Word of God. He is also a prominent voice for Church reform in Northern Illinois, and with over a decade of experience making disciples and raising passionate leaders in the church, he is passionate about calling western believers into freedom and authentic pursuit of God. This interview will bring a great perspective as to what the Master Narrative is for our lives.
S3: Episode 3 -- The Joyful Leader
As a leader how do you model joy? Sometimes it can be difficult to find joy in your work when you feel like things are in disarray. There are times when you may feel that you are not being heard by those you lead. As a leader when aligned with Jesus Christ there is an expectation that we will be able to walk forward daily in His joy and be an example that others would willingly follow. Leaders should choose to rejoice because they are in the presence of the Lord. Leaders should consider it a privilege that they have been allowed to lead others. To be part of God's creative work. Learning how to be filled with the Lord's joy satisfies the soul. Leaders need to choose to model joy.
Season 3: Episode 2 - Interview with Dr. Victoria Sheffield
Dr. Sheffield shares with us today on her book titled "Women of Power, Vol 2". She talks about her journey and how she had grown in the Lord. She shares on her entrepreneurial spirit and how she has developed and designed with the Lord guiding her an array of business ventures to sustain her livelihood.
Season 3: Episode 1 -- Not Listless, But Keep Track of Things
This week we start the new season of Living Holistically Well with Dr. Annette speaking on the topic of 'Do Not Be Listless, Keep Track of Things.' Having a solid routine will create and foster a groove for an energized mind. As our lives become busier and busier, we must be willing to stop and write it down. This will help us to not miss anything that we need to do. We can look back to the Old Testament with the 10 Commandments, a list of moral obligations for life. We can look in the New Testament to Jesus example of a list with The Beatitudes, a list of 9 attitudes that characterize kingdom citizens. When we are able to inventory our ways, write our thoughts down, itemize our daily and or weekly taskings and then evaluate our priorities we will be more successful each day. Just know "if we fail to plan, then we plan to fail."
Season 3: Introduction
November 14, 2019
Interim Show Replay Top 3 Episode: Family & Village Discussion with Terrance Whitehead
This week's episode is a discussion with my son, who is the father of two teenagers. He shares insight into how he grooms and develops his children, and shares thoughts on what it takes to be a village. Also, how to teach our children teamwork and how parents need to model correct behavior.
Interim Show Replay Top 2 Episode: Healing From Rejection
We go through many things, but one thing that can impact our hearts is rejection. God made each of us with the innate desire to be loved and accepted just as we are. Regardless of the age rejection can create significant issues for us, mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually. We can overcome rejection that simmers at the core of our being. The first step is to know that the words, thoughts and actions of others does not define you. God defined you before you were born, with a predestined plan for your life. Through it all, He will never leave nor forsake you and you can live in the fullness that He designed when you learn to seek Him for right direction in your life.
Interim Show Replay Top #1 Episode: Stepping into a New Season
S2:Episode 25 - What Your Hands Are Assigned To Do
The Lord wants us to work hard and do our best, but not at the expense of burnout. Today we look at our daily tasks and ask ourselves are we overdoing it? Are we trying to do our work and others? Are we willing to delegate to others? We are each assigned task, but we will find little if any joy in doing what others are assigned to do. Moses in the Old Testament and Jesus in the New Testament left models for us to follow. If we heed scripture it will help us to flow as God designed.
S2: Episode 24 - Interview with Michelle E. Dickerson 2/2
This is part two of the interview with Michelle E. Dickerson on the topic of Mental Health Awareness and her book Breaking Into My Life. Michelle continues today sharing on how we need to be aware of our children and the stressors they face. She shares ways to help us rethink and refocus our thoughts on the mental health stigma in our world.
S2: Episode 23 - Interview with Michelle E. Dickerson (1/2)
In this interview I speak with Michelle E. Dickerson on the topic of Mental Health Awareness and her book Breaking Into My Life. Michelle has spent years trying to eradicate the mental health stigma in the workplace, among our teens and to all people that will listen. She shares from her own childhood experiences with having a mother with a mental health issue. She seeks to help people to understand this topic and learn sensitivity in dealing with others. This is significant, if we consider that more a 14 million Americans and 450 million people across the world have mental illness.
S2: Episode 22 (2/2) - Derek Tye, Kingdom Entreprenuer
In this week’s podcast episode (2/2) Dr. West continues the interview with Kingdom Entrepreneur, Derek Tye. He talks on his current book “The Lords’ Prayer for Entrepreneurs” focused on ‘Unlocking Success and Build God’s Kingdom Through Your Business”. This weeks he expands thought sharing on the servant leader, employee salary, building equilibrium in business, team vision, vision and so much more. Again, you will be inspired and enriched.
S2: Episode 21 - Interview with Derek Tye, Kingdom Entrepreneur
In this week’s podcast episode (1/2) Dr. West interview Kingdom Entrepreneur, Derek Tye. He talks on his current book “The Lords’ Prayer for Entrepreneurs” focused on ‘Unlocking Success and Build God’s Kingdom Through Your Business”. His book leads the reader in prayer focusing on Matthew 6, The Model Prayer. He, also, shares perspective on biblical truth, life, family and business. You will be inspired and enriched.
S2: Episode 20 - Metamorphosis to Maturity
This week Dr. Annette West speaks on the topic of patience involves a metamorphosis that leads to maturity. In this process each person will seek to become transformed in their personal maturity, emotional maturity, intellectual maturity, physical maturity and spiritual maturity. This transformation brings change in all areas of a persons life. This is significant as every stage of the process is critical for holistic wellness.
S2: Episode 19: Knowing Your Spiritual Gifts
This week I am speaking from the topic of Knowing Your Spiritual Gifts. This question came from one of the listeners. When we are in Christ Jesus, we receive at least one gift that is to be used in building up the kingdom of God. When we become Christians the innate talents we have are repurposed in alignment with our gift(s). As we walk with the Lord, the Holy Spirit guides us as to how to use the gift(s). Most importantly after learning one's gift(s) is to use them to serve others and fulfill God's purposes. To edify and build up the kingdom of God. When we use our gifts effectively we: (1) give the church power for the preached word to come forth to the world. (2) equip the church for building up the body of Christ.
S2: Episode 18 - Self-Care
This episode speaks on Self-Care. This is the practice of taking action to preserve or improve one's own health. We must each find balance in our lives and not become so busy about doing for others that we neglect our own well-being. We can do for others. We can love others. However, we must, also, love and serve self in the process. This is will help us to find the needed balance for our holistic wellness which brings alignment in our mind, body, spirit.
S2: Episode 17 - Interview with Anna J. Small Roseboro
Ms. Anna is a retired educator and published poet. With us she shares thought from the book "On Zion's Hill." Although written in fiction, there is much truth on her life within the pages. This book is a good read, with twist and turns, while she and a young man start out with a purpose to stay true to their belief system, even when distractions come their way. She talks about Funny and Frank, Fanciful and Faithful. Yes, listen so you can find out what she means about those names. Ms. Anna shares much so do stayed tuned throughout the interview, so as not to miss any pertinent insight.
S2: Episode 16 - Marriage Connection Biblical Principles
This week Dr. West speaks on the topic of 'Marriage Connection Biblical Principles.' The emphasis is on the importance of keeping God first in all things, and at all times. That 'love' is the greatest commandment and it should align within marriages when applied correctly. In 1 Corinthians 13, it shares that love is the foundation upon which all relationships are built. The principles shared this week are intended to help married couples to become strengthened in their relationships. The principles shared are (1) Trusting God as our Center at all times, (2) Living out the Golden Rule, (3) Building Trust in the Marriage, and (4) Effective Communication. These principles can, also, help in other relationships, as well.
S2: Episode 15 - Interview with Andrea Marino on her book 'The Hobble from Ai to Bethel'
Andrea Marino is passionate in her writing sharing the Good News of Jesus. This book encompasses her personal journey of freedom from feeling as a "lesser than' woman. She shares on the unseen, spiritual battle that every person must deal with. She addresses the symbolic representation of her characters in the book on some having crooked walks before God and ultimate recognition of personal sin in the process. Also, great perspective is shared on the human side of Jesus and His incredible, extravagant love towards His children, and so much more.
S2: Episode 14 - Interview with book author James Clement, Grace Breaking Through
This week we have an interview with James Clement. He is the author of Grace Breaking Through. In this book the author takes us through a life journey of ups and downs and finding peace in God. A few of things he shares are: our sense of worth or unworthiness before Father God, legalism and grace, how we often create our own roadblocks between us and Jesus because we have unrealistic or selfish expectations, the freedom we have in Christ Jesus and so much more.
You can purchase his book on Amazon and follow him on Facebook at Grace Breaking Through, https://www.facebook.com/james.clement.102977.
On Twitter at #GraceBreakingThrough at: https://twitter.com/GBT_Novel.
If you want free downloadable sources from him go to syn.com at the following link. The password for entering the page is GraceBreakingThrough. https://ln.sync.com/dl/e4f578130/tq8he745-uddfz4bi-28p873uv-h3sjan9e?fbclid=IwAR0VDAUFnHL4K6QrsAfFCZvjK-PCJ2V_74mRFQ9Xi8tDMuHGrfUdb4uzmYU
S2: Episode 13 - Building A Healthy Life
This week Dr. Annette West speaks on the importance of taking time to develop better habits. Realizing that there is no fountain of youth, no great secrets to getting healthy. That if we desire to have vitality we have to put in the right energy. Having a strong mind, strengthened body and spiritual relationship is based on what we are willing to put forth each day. We must (1) realize the importance of daily exercise, (2) develop and maintain a healthy, clean diet, (3) getting the needed 7-9 hours rest/sleep each night, (4) eliminating undue stress and (5) daily engagement with the Lord. If we want to have a life that is lived-well, we must be willing to put focus on what we think, what we take into our bodies and the relationship we build daily with the Lord. This will bring the balance for holistic wellness for us.
S2: Episode 12 - Learning to Live the Vision
We all at some point have a vision of something more for our lives. What do we do when we are at this point? We see the vision, we desire the vision, we are willing to put forth the needed effort for good outcomes. We look to the Lord, but there is still much we must be willing to do for it come into fruition. We must be willing to look at our strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and weaknesses. We must be willing to start from where we are but have insight to see the end, the future, for greater.
S2: Episode 11 - Seeking and Found It, God's Plan for my Life
Many times people wonder what is the plan God predestined for their life. Some wonder how do they go about finding the plan for their life. This episodes shared that God does have a predestined plan for each person's life. That it begins with a yielding to the Lord and accepting Jesus as their Personal Lord and Savior. Then it requires time and attention to building a relationship with Christ.
S2: Episode 10 - Family & The Village Discussion with Terrance Whitehead
This weeks episode is a discussion with my son. The father of two teenagers. He shares insight on how he grooms and develops his children. His thoughts on what it takes to be a village. Also, how to teach our children teamwork and how parent's need to model correct behavior.
S2: Episode 9 - The Shattered Vase by Gracie Lynne
The interview today is with Gracie Lynne sharing on her book the "Shattered Vase". This is a story about a battle between good and evil. The single mother in the story needs comfort as her marriage is broken. The evil entities are intent upon luring, Suzie, the single mother into despair with the goal of eliminating her. She is surrounded by Christians who symbolize the characteristics of God, which Hope, Faith, Joy, Grace, and Mr. Mercy. They impart wisdom as she goes through the turmoil in her life.