Join Living Your Best Life as we celebrate the lives of men and women of our military. We will hear from active duty and veterans who will share personal stories and highlights from their military careers and the next chapter in their lives. All have roles that made them the "first" in many endeavors throughout their lives and in the military. We will hear about their many acts of courage and sacrifice that embody servant leadership that will empower, inspire, and motivate listeners.On Saturday, September 6, 2014, tune in to hear from the Director of Religious Tourism for the Bahamas, Mr. Dwight Armbrister. Listen to Mr. Armbrister describe vividly the beauty of The Bahamas, and why so many military families seek respite in a "peaceful nation" after their service to our country.
Hear how 400,00 Bahamians have made their country a land where solitude and adventure go hand in hand. Mr. Armbrister will share why even Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, sought the Bahamas as a place for inspiration and motivation. Mr. Armbrister will discuss why he believes "the Bahamas is where God is".
Mr. Armbrister will talk sports for football lovers who want tropical sun with their tailgating. Hear the latest on the Inaugural HBCU game in the Bahamas between Central State University and Texas Southern University on September 13, 2014 and an upcoming Gospel Celebration with Tye Tribbett.
This show promises to empower, inspire, and motivate you to live your BEST life while you pack your bags for The Islands Of the Bahamas...where "God lives."
Living Your Best Life Radio is heard on 760AM in the Middle Tennessee Region, the Inspirational Network, military bases, Tune In, and streamed live at Ustream.TV from 9-10AM CST.
More About The Bahamas
When your home resembles paradise, it’s pretty easy to see why so many Bahamians have a laid-back attitude. In general, we like to say, let’s worry about the bad things tomorrow. So today, we embrace life with a warm smile. We are a humble people who love to celebrate. Weddings and funerals are both important social events here. It is an opportunity to celebrate the new life starting and the life lived. Bahamians take great pride in our storied past.
The majority of Bahamians live on New Providence Island, home of our capital city, Nassau. Here, you will find most are of West African descent whose ancestors were enslaved and brought here to work on cotton plantations. The majority of our other residents are descendants of English settlers. Some are even related to Loyalists who fled the southern U.S. during the American Revolution.
When Britain abolished slavery in 1834, life here on our islands changed dramatically. Plantation life ended and locals tried their hand at sponging, fishing or farming. Our lack of fertile cropland led our people to become a nation of seafarers. More info about the beautiful Islands of the Bahamas can be found here.
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Special thanks to Consul General, The Honorable Randy E. Rolle, and Denise Hales Harrod for their facilitation to make this show possible.
Photos Credit: Bahamas Department of Tourism