Telemundo announced the premiere of the series based on the true story of La Diva de la Banda, “Jenni Rivera: Mariposa de Barrio” on Tuesday, June 27 at 8 pm/7c. The series is the latest Telemundo bio-musical series and stars Angélica Celaya, Samadhi Zendejas and Gabriel Porras. Viewers can follow the story on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/MariposaDeBarrioTLMD, on Instagram @MariposaDeBarrioTLMD and join the conversation via #MariposaDeBarrio on all platforms.
The highly-anticipated story follows superstar Jenni Rivera as she pursues her dream of fame; offering an autobiographical tale from her birth until her unexpected and tragic death. The series - based on her book “Inquebrantable” as well as on unpublished testimonies from her family, close friends and associates - explores her life as a daughter, mother, wife, lover and artist. Written by Rossana Negrin, “Jenni Rivera: Mariposa de Barrio,” is a story that highlights the most important events in Jenni Rivera’s life and serves as a source of inspiration, optimism and empowerment for the Hispanic community in the United States.
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After his wife of 54 years died in 2006, Chuck Swartwout decided there had to be more to life than merely the time spent on earth.
This realization motivated him to take a long analytical look at the afterlife, which he believes we will all enter after death. Using his training in the scientific method, Swartwout researched and published You Don’t Die – You Just Change Channels! which he describes as a ‘common sense’ approach to prove the existence of an afterlife.http://www.chuckswartwout.com/ Media Contact: For a review copy of You Don’t Die – You Just Change Channels! or to arrange an interview with Chuck Swartwout, contact Scott Lorenz of Westwind Communications Book Marketing at email@example.com or by phone at 734-667-2090 http://www.book-marketing-expert.com Inspirational
Worship songs seem to be all the same?
A time is coming where true worshippers will worship the Father in the Spirit and Truth!
Have you ever noticed lately that most if not all church service worship music is mostly a clone of the same type of beat from church to church? Here is a different spin!
The drums are predominantly the loudest instrument and then it might be the guitar that is blaring loud and the bass beat that will drown you into being death for sure!
We Don't Choose Our Parents,Siblings,And Realtives. However, We Choose Our Spouse, We Chose The Person Who Will Have The Most Impact In Our Life. A General Talk By Daee Ahmed Moait. Learn From The Experience Of Others.
Palestinian children aspire to death as Martyrs PA TV June 2002 Host: You described Shahada as something beautiful. Do you think it is beautiful? Walla age 11: Shahada (martyrdom) is a very, very beautiful thing. Everyone yearns for Shahada. What could be sweeter than going to paradise? Host: What is better, peace and full rights For the Palestinian people or Shahada? Walla: Shahada. I will achieve my rights after becoming a Shaid (martyr). Host: OK Yussra, would you agree with that? Yussra age 11: Of course Shahada is sweet. We don't want this world, we want the Afterlife. We benefit not from this life, but from the Afterlife. Host: Do you actually love death? Yussra: Death is not Shahada Host: No, I mean the absence after death Yussra: No child loves death. The children of Palestine adopted the concept that Shahada is very good. Every Palestinian child, say someone aged 12, says: O Lord, I would like to become a Shahid. Host: We've got a call, Sabrine from Ramallah. Sabrine: Ayyat Al-Akhras was 17 when she blew herself up. Host: Sabrine, are you for it or against it? Sabrine: Of course I support blowing up, it is our right. Host: Sabrine; now is it natural That Ayyat Al-Akhras blows herself up? Sabrine: Of course it's natural.
Pleading for asylum from U.S. officials he says want to persecute him, NSA leaker Edward Snowden told Ecuadorian officials that he fears a life of inhumane treatment -- even death -- if he's returned the United States to answer espionage charges, the country's foreign minister said Monday.
Bayer HealthCare, the makers of Bayer® Aspirin, WomenHeart: The National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease, and actress, singer and author Vanessa Williams today announce their partnership to launch Handbags & Hearts, a national campaign that leverages the link between women and their handbags – the one item they do not leave home without – and urges women to take the Handbags & Hearts pledge to carry aspirin at all times to be prepared for a sudden heart attack. Being prepared by carrying aspirin, knowing the symptoms of heart attack and not putting off calling 911 if a heart attack is suspected, can be the difference between life and death.
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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Office of Women’s Health today released a new public service announcement (PSA) titled, “Use Medicines Wisely,” to help raise awareness about safe medication use.
Millions of people benefit from FDA approved medications and are living longer productive lives. However, when medications are used incorrectly, they can cause serious injuries, even death. Many of these injuries can be prevented.
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The people of The United Methodist Church will join with partner organizations to distribute 30,000 long-lasting insecticide-treated bed nets in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), where malaria is a leading cause of death.
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