You can now listen to the broadcast at its Facebook group (<---)
instead of Ipadio. Thank you for your cooperation as the broadcast
becomes more open to the entire general public.

New Monday Show
                                  with Sherlene                                    

 

Have you ever heard or seen
a religious outreach ministry that
discusses business, household budgets, and finance?
You have now... Listen To Broadcast Here

A Bible-Study Verse-By-Verse Online Talk Show
Mondays @ 6:30 p.m. Eastern (unless otherwise stated)
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"Come and hear, all ye that fear God, and I will declare what he hath done for my soul." - A Psalm verse

A service of God In Christs Purpose Assembly (ministry), Bible-Study Talk Show Fellowship.
Copyright 2009 - 2017. God In Christs Purpose Assembly. All rights reserved.


*Note: Former broadcasts (Quran lecture series, former online revivals, and Genesis - Job 34:37) can be heard
at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/newmondayshow or (Job - Proverbs) at http://www.ipadio.com/channels/SherleneStevens

 

If you don't have a church-home or faith-based group-fellowship leader (unordained pastor), Welcome!
Or even if you do fellowship at a local church, I know that this unique broadcast will encourage your unique household or business.

Devotion Guide: What is a Devotion GICPA Note? An online devotion-note written by me to individuals and families, including review and clarity of weekly Bible-study discussion. Notes are available, each Sunday, on my Facebook social-media page's note section. (Update of November, 2017)

Sherlene Stevens, the Christian host, offers modern-day translations of the Bible for learning: street ministry encouraging fine artists and entrepreneurs, and other local, bible-study meetings. A great setting for people involved in the fine arts, starting or growing entrepreneurs who desire to use biblical business-practice rules, and large families.

Vision: A show shared with Sherlene's audience family, and to those who are fearful of religious settings (or have experienced temple-, mosque-, or church-hurt), or simply "I don't do the attend-a-church-building thing, but I would like to study the Bible and social cultures." Sherlene encourages the importance of family traditions, and constructive family behaviors to increase family-bonding opportunities.
Religious Background History