Alveda King and Kathie Lee Gifford Unite for Inspirational New Single

What a joy to be invited to join Alveda on such a worshipful and hopeful song.”

— Kathie Lee Gifford

NASHVILLE, TN, USA, April 30, 2021 / — Alveda King and Kathie Lee Gifford have teamed up for the inspirational new single, “Your Way Yahweh,” available today from Radiate Music. The inspirational song, written by King, was produced by Ian Eskelin.

“In a day where chaos and uncertainty are abundant, I wanted to write a song that brings people back to the foundation of who God is,” explains Alveda King. "I long for people to know God and to experience the incredible greatness of living a life built upon His foundation.”

A chance encounter led to Kathie Lee Gifford joining King in the studio, and before long, “Your Way Yahweh” was born.

“What a joy to be invited to join Alveda on such a worshipful and hopeful song,” says Kathie Lee Gifford. "She is a treasure and a beautiful sister in Christ.”

Adds King, “It shows us that we as people can come together. Now we just have to really learn how to say, your way, Yahweh. Are we going to stop doing it our way and start doing it God’s way?"

Dr. Alveda C. King is the daughter of the late slain civil rights activist Rev. A. D. King and the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. She currently serves as a Fox News Channel contributor and the host of "Alveda King’s House" on Fox Nation, and she's the 2021 recipient of the Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award.

“Your Way Yahweh” is available now:

About Radiate Music: Founded by Ian Eskelin, Radiate Music launched summer 2015. Eskelin's 20-plus-year resume in the music business, ranging from being a recording artist to a record executive, gives him a unique perspective in partnering with artists who are passionate about impacting culture with music. Eskelin, who has recorded more than 50 Top 10 singles in the United States alone, including 20 No. 1 songs, and whose songs have been licensed for use by ABC, NBC, CBS, ESPN and many feature films, is looking to break additional ground with Radiate. In addition to King, Radiate’s artist roster includes, Natasha Owens, JJ Weeks, About A Mile, Attaboy, John Waller, and Inspiration Worship.

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‘Lives and Minds of C.W. Männe BINGE’ Releases Chapter 18 The Mirror

My mind was so turned inside out, that regardless the absurdity of circumstance, I resolved myself to believe, tipped by the thought that I should have been happier to be wrong…”

— C.W. Männe

ITHACA, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, April 30, 2021 / — Brainiac Productions LLC, Christopher William Mahne, and Sir David Michael Robinson today announced the release of Chapter 18 The Mirror from ‘Lives and Minds of C.W. Männe BINGE’ on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and audio content on Soundcloud and SFX video content on YouTube and IGTV.

Jacob is the younger C.W. and his mind is rejecting the claims, which on the surface seem insane. How can twins be separated by 30 years? Well, they were born together, but one stopped growing at 10 years old. This is the first indication that C.W. has a memory of who he is or who he was. Because it is really him speaking to some deeper part of himself, the information wells up in him, involuntarily. The idea that one twin has his heart on the right side and one has it on the left, is the symbol of a broken heart…the place where the two aspects of C.W. were originally split in the divorce.

Sir David stated that “Mahne and I kid each other that we are the inside-out versions of each other. That’s gone on for years, and here we played it out with the idea of a mirror of which C.W. is confronting Jacob, who is his exact opposite. In truth, the boy is the other half of C.W. he's the missing puzzle piece in C.W.'s fully expressed self. We really played this up with the idea that they each possess one half of the same heart; right hearted and left hearted twins.”

Mahne reminded us of a passage from one of his favorite poems "The Man in the Glass" written and in memory of Peter Dale Wimbrow Sr. "You may fool the whole world down the pathway of life and get pats on the back as you pass But your final reward will be heartaches and tears if you’ve cheated the man in the glass."

The Grangita is entitled ‘Faces of Evil.'

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Joan Ann Fissette of Freedom Thru Hypnosis to be Featured on Close Up Radio

BALLSTON LAKE, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, April 30, 2021 / — Everything you need is already inside you. Change your path; change your life.

Joan Ann Fissette is an expert on hypnosis and the founder of Freedom Thru Hypnosis.

Joan Ann is a 5-PATH Advanced Transformational Hypnotist. She is a 1” percenter” as one of less than 500 hypnotists in the world who use these techniques.

“Hypnosis guides you to become who you were meant to be,” says Joan Ann. “We are client centered so our goal is to free each soul from the weight of the negative emotion caused by an unwanted habit, behavior, belief, or trauma. Hypnosis is efficient and effective because it taps into the power of the subconscious mind where our memories and emotions live. Hypnosis neutralizes old limiting beliefs that prevent us from living to our full potential.”

5-PATH Hypnotists teach clients how to identify their feelings and respond to them in healthy ways. Clients learn these techniques reading The Secret Language of Feelings, one of the two books offered in the 5-PATH program written by her mentor, Cal Banyon.

“Talk therapy works with the conscious mind so it takes much longer to effect change. Our belief system is more permanently changed at the subconscious level through hypnosis.”

Joan Ann helps people who wish to overcome life challenges to change their perceptions through a technique known as the Informed Child Technique.

“In a safe and secure environment, I guide them to the very first time their negative emotion occurred with the goal of neutralizing the emotion,” explains Joan Ann. “Just before the “incident” the adult self tells the younger self what the younger self needs to know to ensure revivifying the event is less traumatic. The event facts never change, but now insight allows revivification to occur with compassion”.

As part of her plan for success, Joan Ann also teaches clients 7th Path Self-Hypnosis so that clients may resolve future challenges through this daily practice.

“Depending on the needs of each client, weekly 5-PATH sessions will run 4-7 weeks long. Weight loss clients often move to bi-monthly, then monthly sessions and stay with me as long as they feel the need,” says Joan Ann.

“Our sessions involving forgiving others and then, forgiving self, have a profound effect on releasing any remaining negative emotion,” says Joan Ann. “Watching and feeling each client’s transformation is a gift that continues to inspire me.”

Clients often return to engage in Soul Entrainment or The Informing Soul work.

Close Up Radio will feature Joan Ann Fissette in an interview with Jim Masters on May 4th at 12pm EDT

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Volunteer Ministers See to the Needs of Hungarian Emergency Personnel Who Coped With the Third Coronavirus Wave

Volunteer Ministers present ambulance personnel with resuscitators—equipment that saves lives.

Volunteer Ministers present ambulance personnel with resuscitators—equipment that saves lives.

Volunteer Ministers raised funds and purchased supplies and equipment to help ambulance drivers provide vital service to the community.

Volunteer Ministers raised funds and purchased supplies and equipment to help ambulance drivers provide vital service to the community.

Thumbs up to the rescue workers from the Scientology Volunteer Ministers of Hungary.

Thumbs up to the rescue workers from the Scientology Volunteer Ministers of Hungary.

Volunteer Ministers show their appreciation to children’s hospital for providing vital service to the community.

Volunteer Ministers show their appreciation to children’s hospital for providing vital service to the community.

Ambulance workers have been under tremendous stress with record hospitalizations. Scientologists reached out to let them know how much they are appreciated.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, April 29, 2021 / — With hospitalizations spiking over recent weeks, Volunteer Ministers of the Church of Scientology Budapest reached out to ambulance personnel who risk their lives in service to the community.

“When you need their services, they are always there,” said the lead Volunteer Minister. “They risk their lives to serve the community. That’s why it means a lot to us to be there for them.”

Ambulance services operated under tremendous stress as the third and worst wave of COVID-19 moved through the country. Volunteer Ministers raised funds and purchased and delivered disinfectant and gloves to ambulance drivers along with medical equipment including resuscitators—urgently needed to save patient lives.

With the new current variant posing a much greater threat to children and adolescents than previous strains, the volunteers also reached out to a Budapest children’s hospital. They donated 10 pulse oximeters—equipment that estimates the oxygen saturation of the blood—and pallets of hand and surface sanitizer, soap, detergent and paper products.

Since the pandemic began, the Volunteer Ministers of Hungary have been working with nonprofits, first responders, emergency personnel, churches and community organizations to help the country through these challenging times.

Operating on the adage “An ounce of prevention is worth a ton of cure,” they have also distributed thousands of educational booklets to local businesses and neighbors to help people understand and adopt the most effective protocols for keeping themselves and their families well.

The Scientology Volunteer Ministers of Hungary are headquartered at the Church of Scientology Budapest, whose new home was dedicated in 2016 by Mr. David Miscavige, ecclesiastical leader of the Scientology religion.

The Church of Scientology Volunteer Ministers program is a religious social service created in the mid-1970s by Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard.

A Volunteer Minister’s mandate is to be “a person who helps his fellow man on a volunteer basis by restoring purpose, truth and spiritual values to the lives of others.” Their creed: “A Volunteer Minister does not shut his eyes to the pain, evil and injustice of existence. Rather, he is trained to handle these things and help others achieve relief from them and new personal strength as well.”

For more information, visit the new interactive timeline on the Scientology website, 20/21: A Look Back & A Look Ahead.

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Iglesia Ni Cristo Leaders Discuss How to Attend Church Safely During COVID

Iglesia Ni Cristo Church of Christ

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Iglesia Ni Cristo Christian Family Organizations

Iglesia Ni Cristo leaders recently discussed how to attend church safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.

As much as we enjoy our community socializes before and after church services, we ask that everyone forego this action for the time being,”

— Iglesia Ni Cristo Church Leaders

TORONTO, ONTARIO , CANADA, April 29, 2021 / — Attending church is an absolute must for many people. Keeping faith can be difficult from home, where online and television church services can be much less engaging, and distractions are more likely to occur. Leaders of Iglesia Ni Cristo recently discussed measures that can be taken to reduce the risk of contracting the COVID-19 virus while attending church.

"The first step is to determine what the pandemic is currently doing in your community," Iglesia Ni Cristo leaders said. "If the pandemic is in full force, and many new infections are occurring, it's better to continue with at-home services, no matter the complications, for now."

However, the church stated that it is now possible to attend in-person services if the virus is under control in your community. Certain safety precautions can be used to keep yourself and others safe. A mask must be worn at all times, and it must cover the nose and mouth. Additionally, members of the church should sit at least 6 feet away from those who do not live in the same household. This may require moving church services into a larger building or outdoors. 

"All attendees should wash their hands upon entering the church and bring their own hand-sanitizer for sanitizing after touching surfaces throughout the church," Iglesia Ni Cristo leaders said. "It's essential that anyone with symptoms of COVID-19 not attend church, even if they haven't been tested, are awaiting test results, or the test results have come back negative."

Iglesia Ni Cristo churches around the country and around the globe have increased the number of accessible sinks and sanitizing supplies. They ask that everybody use these new stations and supplies as often as possible. 

"As much as we enjoy our community socializes before and after church services, we ask that everyone forego this action for the time being," church leaders said. "We will not be holding many of the usual church gatherings we offer, but we know we will all be able to socialize and share our beliefs soon." 

Church leaders explained that they look forward to a time when the community can enjoy social gatherings again, but participation in the above actions now can help these gatherings return sooner. The Iglesia Ni Cristo church has trained all staff and clergy to take all necessary sanitation and safety measures, and they ask that the church community follow all provided guidelines, so in-person services can continue. 

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Academy Award winner John Ridley to share remarks via video as Marquette’s Commencement speaker

MILWAUKEE, UNITED STATES, April 29, 2021 / — Academy Award winner John Ridley will serve as Marquette University's Commencement speaker via video remarks in a special recorded Virtual Commencement event that is part of the university’s full slate of Commencement Weekend activities. To observe COVID-19 protocols, some Commencement Weekend activities are in-person with limited capacities and some are virtual.

• This news release is also available online in the Marquette University News Center

The recorded ceremony in which Ridley will address Marquette’s 3,136 graduates will be shared online the evening of May 22, preceding two in-person Graduate Recognition Ceremonies that will take place Sunday, May 23, at American Family Field, home of the Milwaukee Brewers. The in-person graduate recognition ceremonies will honor 2021 graduates as they walk across the stage and receive their diploma cover.

As part of his recorded remarks, Ridley will receive an honorary Doctor of Letters degree.

Ridley, a Milwaukee native, is a director, screenwriter, novelist, playwright and showrunner. He won an Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay for 12 Years a Slave in 2013, and his critically acclaimed documentary about the Los Angeles uprising, Let It Fall: Los Angeles 1982-1992, premiered in theaters and aired on ABC in 2017.

“John Ridley is a superb role model for our graduates as someone who illustrates the principle of intellectual excellence and has made social justice his life’s calling,” President Michael R. Lovell said. “His novels, screenplays and other writings regarding race relations and justice resonate with a Catholic, Jesuit education, in which critical thinking is the cornerstone of learning. His ability to so capably communicate the importance of storytelling in understanding our human experience will give our graduates a fitting and inspiring end to their Marquette journey.”

Ridley wrote and directed the innovative Jimi Hendrix biopic, All Is By My Side, and was the creator, director and executive producer of ABC’s Emmy-winning anthology series “American Crime.” His limited series “Guerilla” with Idris Elba, Freida Pinto and Babou Ceesay, aired in 2017.

Ridley opened Nō Studios in the fall of 2018 in Milwaukee. Nō Studios was designed to provide a social space dedicated to the creation, curation and presentation of art, offering office space for local use in creative fields to a curated group of tenants. In 2019, Marquette cohosted Nō Studios’ inaugural social justice summit, “Art Activated,” bringing together a variety of activists, artists, authors and academics to discuss the lived experience of disenfranchisement and offer solutions to some of the most pressing social justice issues affecting us locally, nationally and internationally.

Marquette will host two Graduate Recognition Ceremonies — one for undergraduate students at 9 a.m. and one for graduate students at 5 p.m. — at American Family Field, at which every graduate will have their name read and the opportunity to cross the stage to receive their diploma cover. The ceremonies will also be livestreamed for those who wish to attend virtually.

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Church of Scientology Pastor Reflects on the Role of the Religion Communicator in Today’s World

Vice President of Religion Communicators Council and pastor of the Church of Scientology Nashville, Brian Fesler hosted the 2021 DeRose-Hinkhouse Memorial Awards.

Vice President of Religion Communicators Council and pastor of the Church of Scientology Nashville, Brian Fesler hosted the 2021 DeRose-Hinkhouse Memorial Awards.

Before the pandemic, Rev. Fesler would tour religious studies classes through the Church of Scientology Nashville public information center and answer their questions a out Scientology

Before the pandemic, Rev. Fesler would tour religious studies classes through the Church of Scientology Nashville public information center and answer their questions a out Scientology

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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, April 29, 2021 / — Pastor of the Church of Scientology Nashville and vice president of Religion Communicators Council (RCC) Board of Governors, Brian Fesler is a decades-long veteran in the art of making religion meaningful across religious and cultural divides.

But it wasn’t until COVID-19 erupted in 2020 that Fesler realized the sheer scope of his role as a religious communicator. Suddenly, as millions of people saw their daily lives drastically disrupted, he was among the religious leaders reaching out virtually with cross-cultural spiritual sustenance, helping their communities get past the pandemic’s worst existential crises.

RCC and its chapters across the nation are devoted to promoting religious literacy, faith and values and providing opportunities for the networking and professional development of communicators from faith-based organizations.

This April, Fesler was elected National Vice President of RCC and coordinated the DeRose-Hinkhouse Memorial Awards, which are given annually to active members of the Religion Communicators Council who demonstrate excellence in religious communications and public relations.

“I loved working with our members and answering their questions,” says Fesler. “I loved the excitement of it all.” He particularly valued the judges, who encourage peers and counterparts, regardless of their faith tradition.

Meeting with and interviewing winners of the awards in the “Best-in-Class” category was a “joy and honor,” Fesler says.

Among this year’s Best-in-Class winners was Susan Engle of the U.S. Bahá’í National Center for her book Dizzy Gillespie: A Man, a Trumpet and a Journey to Bebop. The legendary trumpeter was a member of the Bahá’í faith and the first jazz musician to undertake cultural missions in foreign countries on behalf of the U.S. Department of State.

Other winners included Donna Frischknecht Jackson, editor of Presbyterians Today, whose article “And the Steeple Bell Rang: A Rural Church’s Holy Week Witness in a Pandemic” explores the challenges of reaching a balance between safety and the need of the congregation for human contact and interaction in the time of COVID-19.

Religion Communicators Council, formed in 1929, is one of the oldest public relations groups in the U.S. It was initially open only to members of Christian denominations. In the early 1970s, the organization opened its doors to people of all faiths. Today the RCC includes representatives from dozens of beliefs spanning the world’s spiritual spectrum.

Fesler, who serves at the Church of Scientology and Celebrity Center in Nashville, Tennessee, was ordained in 2005. A banjo-strumming lover of bluegrass music, the cultural pull of bluegrass first brought him to Nashville from his native Iowa in 1986 when he was 19. On arriving in Music City, something else caught Fesler’s imagination: He bought and read a copy of Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health, the seminal work of Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard, and he became involved with the local Scientology community.

Fesler moved in 1991 from Nashville to Minneapolis and joined staff at the Church of Scientology of Twin Cities. He moved back to Nashville in 2009 to oversee the Nashville Church’s community, interfaith and public affairs. He is involved with the Church’s Volunteer Ministers program and coordinates Church-supported humanitarian campaigns including the local chapter of Foundation for a Drug-Free World which promotes The Truth About Drugs drug prevention campaign, Tennessee United for Human Rights, and the local chapter of the mental health watchdog Citizens Commission on Human Rights.

Fester helps organize Nashville’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebrations. It is a major community undertaking led by city council member Joy Styles, with many local organizations and universities participating. The annual event draws thousands of participants.

Fesler is also a mainstay of the Nashville Human Rights Day Celebration. As committee chair of the Tennessee Human Rights Commission which hosts the event, he works with Amnesty International and other organizations and groups to honor human rights leaders with Lifetime Achievement Awards.

For more information on the interfaith actions of the Church of Scientology, visit the Scientology Religious Freedom Blog, published to help create a better understanding of the freedom of religion and belief and provide news on religious freedom and issues affecting this freedom around the world.

The Founder of the Scientology religion is L. Ron Hubbard and Mr. David Miscavige is the religion’s ecclesiastical leader.

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Go on the Greatest Adventure of Your Life; a Trip Through Your Own Mind.

A Trip Through Your Own Mind Becomes the Adventure of a Lifetime. by What Is Revealed Through Your Currently Hidden Sub-Conscious self.


It’s a dangerous and exhilarating expedition; pursued by evil false-personalities, irrational
thoughts and MANKIND’S own worst enemy, LACK OF ESSENCE.

Travel through secret thought tunnels and explore regions of the mind, of which Mankind currently has no knowledge; in order, to successfully complete the Quest of a lifetime, that of obtaining TRUE “KNOWLEDGE” OF HUMAN EXISTENCE. Jimar is the guide.




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Truth & Liberty Coalition Believes a Biblical World View Can Strengthen America

A Biblical World View Can Strengthen America

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Whether you know it or not, everyone has a worldview—a lens through which you see the world.

What we're seeing now is an increase in the proportion of Americans, and even spiritual leaders, who are tuning into this idea of biblical worldview.”

— Dr. George Barna, Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University

WOODLAND PARK, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, April 29, 2021 / — Although a recent survey revealed that only about six percent of American adults have a biblical worldview there is reason for optimism, according to a prominent Christian researcher.

“The truth of the matter is God has his remnant here in America,” said Dr. George Barna of the Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University. “There are millions of devoted followers of Christ here in America who are willing to do anything that God calls them and prepares them to do.”

Dr. Barna recently joined a Truth & Liberty Coalition livecast to discuss a number of issues, including why promoting a biblical worldview is important for America’s future.

Whether you know it or not, everyone has a worldview—a lens through which you see the world. According to Dr. Barna, among all worldviews—including secular humanism and Marxism—the biblical worldview is still most prevalent.

“What we're seeing now is an increase in the proportion of Americans, and even spiritual leaders, who are tuning into this idea of biblical worldview,” said Dr. Barna. “It's so important, because that's the mental, the moral, the spiritual filter, the emotional filter that we use to make decisions.”

In contrast, the number of people who identify with a strictly Marxist worldview has dropped dramatically in the last two years. Seeing socialist principles promoted by leftist candidates in the last election had a significant impact, according to Dr. Barna.

According to Dr. Barna, worldview begins developing in children at the age of 15 months and can be fully formed by 13 years old. He says it is a priority for churches and parents to disciple kids and shape a biblical worldview.

“There's so much stuff that kids can absorb,” says Dr. Barna “We've got to stop thinking, ‘Oh, they're so small. We'll wait until they're in their 20s.’ Too late. By then, the world's already won them over.”

The Truth & Liberty Coalition is working to equip people to be active; to make their biblical views known. “Educating people of faith to engage in public affairs is important for maintaining biblical values in our society,” said Richard Harris, executive director, Truth & Liberty Coalition.

To help develop a biblical worldview, check out the new Biblical Worldview curriculum series created by Andrew Wommack Ministries.

“We find often that Christians don’t know where to start,” said Harris. “Our goal is to educate audiences and connect with resources and groups across the nation to help them impact their own spheres of influence.”

About the Truth & Liberty Coalition:
Established in 2019 by Andrew Wommack, founder of Andrew Wommack Ministries, and other Christian leaders, the Truth & Liberty Coalition offers a variety of programs, tools and resources to be able to focus on conservatism in the United States. Visit the Truth & Liberty website for great practical resources for standing for truth in the public square and learn about becoming a member.

About Andrew Wommack:
Andrew Wommack is president and founder of the Truth & Liberty Coalition, Andrew Wommack Ministries, and Charis Bible College. He and other Christian leaders established the Truth & Liberty Coalition to educate, unify, and mobilize believers in Jesus Christ to affect the reformation of nations through the seven mountains of cultural influence. Since 1968, he has taught God’s Word with clarity and simplicity, emphasizing the unconditional love and grace of God. His vision is to spread the Gospel as far and deep as possible through his daily Gospel Truth television and radio programs, broadcast nationally and internationally, as well as through GospelTruth.TV, his internet television network.

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Richard Harris graduated from the Charis Bible College School of Ministry in 2015. Before coming to Charis, he earned a degree in political science from Oklahoma State University in 1987, and a Juris Doctorate degree from Cornell Law School in 1994, magna cum laude. He practiced law at all levels of state and federal courts for 20 years, including a case before the United States Supreme Court. Richard served for several years as the legal counsel for the Oklahoma Conservative Political Action Committee.


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Piggy Bank Tutor Launches Kids & Money Community for Parents

Financial Literacy Educational & Entertaining

Kids & Money It’s a Family Affair

Kids & Money It's a Family Affair

When parents start teaching their children at an early age about the value of money, this life lesson benefits the entire family 18 years later!”

— Gloria Mansfield, Founder, Piggy Bank Tutor

DALLAS, TX, UNITED STATES, April 29, 2021 / — Piggy Bank Tutor (PBT) is the educational and entertaining financial literacy experience for children ages 3—12 years old. Thank goodness for April Financial Literacy Money. But, the truth be told, financial literacy is ongoing. So, let's continue the momentum helping parents teach their kids the value of money year-round. Piggy Bank Tutor is excited to introduce fun and engaging ways to make this happen!

PBT has launched a fun and effortless way to help parents raise money-smart kids. The Piggy Bank Tutor Kids & Money Community partners with parents and teachers to help teach kids the value of money, providing practical and straightforward tools and resources. PBT supports parental involvement creating family time engagement with financial literacy for the entire family to enjoy.

We welcome parents and teachers to join the PBT Kids & Money Community, which features:
* Parent's Guide Kids & Money
* Kids & Money T-Shirt
* Family Time Kids & Money Activities
* Monthly Kids & Money Tools

Children grow up so fast, and teaching them the value of money often gets overlooked because we do not know how, when, or what to do. Unfortunately, in hindsight, parents regret not teaching their kids this critical life lesson of money management.

According to Forbes, "T. Rowe Price's 11th Annual Parents, Kids & Money Survey found that nearly half of parents said they miss opportunities to talk to their kids about money and finances. And a quarter said they are very reluctant or highly reluctant to discuss financial topics with their children. Kids, on the other hand, are eager for their parents to share their wisdom. Half of the children surveyed said they wish their parents taught them more about money.
Even if you're not teaching your kids, they will learn lessons about money one way or another. If you want to play a vital role in shaping your children's feelings, thinking, and values about money, you need to give them the gift of financial literacy from an early age." Piggy Bank Tutor partners with parents providing fun family time financial literacy engagement!

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Gloria Mansfield, Creator, and Founder of Piggy Bank Tutor have a Master of Arts in Teaching E-6. She started Piggy Bank Tutor to teach young children financial literacy partnering with their parents too. Over twenty years in Early Childhood Education, she believes kids and money it's a family affair. (PBT) is an educational and entertaining financial literacy experience for children ages 3-12 that provides interactive engagement centered around the habits and practices of earning, giving, saving, and investing money. PBT specializes in financial literacy products, workshops, events, and programs for children and their families and teachers. The product brings money management and financial literacy to life with everyday real-life experiences through its new take on "The Three Little Pigs" via Money Math Coaches – LeLe, CeCe, and BeBe.
PBT provides workshops, home parties, after-school programs, field trips, birthday parties, playdates, corporate events, summer camps, and FUN-TAS-TIC financial literacy products.

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