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Connye Bryant, singer, mentor, speaker, and on-air talent gets the morning started with a Praise Party. She was born in Clanton, Alabama and received her Bachelors degree from Alabama State University. Connye has been in radio for over 24 years and has spent all of her career in Montgomery, Alabama. Connye served as the Program Director for the #1 gospel station Hallelujah 104.3fm from July 2007 until August 2012. She has been featured on NBC’s WSFA TV News for making a difference in the community and awarded McDonalds Gospel Announcer Music Award, Montgomery’s Gospel Choice Awards Gospel Announcer of the Year. Connye has been awarded Alabama People's Choice Music Announcer of the year Award. Connye has also been recognized and nominated by the Stellar Awards and the National Radio & Records Awards for Announcer of the year. Connye loves speaking engagments, singing, mentoring youth, and traveling. More importantly she loves serving and lives by the quote “I love you, but God loves you so much more.”
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Christian evangelist and self-proclaimed prophetess Juanita Bynum says her arrest last week over a debt owed to a promoter was an "unfortunate event" stemming from fraud perpetrated by another party. "Until recently, it was my understanding that a resolution had been reached involving a business dispute between Mr. Al Wash, of ALW Entertainment and myself," reads Bynum's statement on the April 18 arrest in Dallas, Texas. "I was wrongfully detained, by the Dallas Texas Sheriff's Dept. for failing to appear in court several months ago, for a civil court appearance, of which I knew nothing, involving the prior mentioned business dispute." The statement, published on Bynum's ministry website, was dated April 24. Bynum confirms in her statement that she was released last Friday after a "brief court hearing" on the lawsuit originally brought by Wash in 2007. "I have not been found guilty of any fraudulent, unethical or non-integral behavior," she adds in the statement, which also includes an apology attributed to Wash that is dated April 19, the day after her arrest. In the attached document, apparently an email statement sent at 7:18 p.m. from Wash of ALW Entertainment, the promoter states that there was a "misunderstanding of information" and that he never intended for the arrest to "do her or her ministry any harm." "I am here to help people build their career not destroy their career and I will always believe in Dr. Bynum," reads the email attributed to Wash. It also calls Bynum "a spectacular person" with whom Wash hopes to work with in the future. The $140,000 debt Wash claimed in a lawsuit that Bynum owed his company was reportedly linked to a fee the Georgia-based minister was paid for an engagement she never honored, seven years ago. Comments made by Wash on April 19 on his Twitter account indicate that Bynum owed him a past debt of $125,000, with no further updates made to his account since. In her statement, Bynum claims she has "shown due diligence by paying Mr. Wash $25,000 prior to April 18, 2013" and that both parties had come to an understanding regarding who was responsible for the total amount owed.” Bynum signs off the statement by asserting that her new status as a goodwill ambassador for Bayelsa State in southern Nigeria means she can no longer allow attacks on her character "with impunity." The press packet enclosing Bynum's statement on her arrest also includes documentation of her goodwill ambassador designation and photos of a Jan. 13, 2013, ceremony celebrating her status as such attended by Nigerian dignitaries. While Bynum makes no comment on the context of her arrest, several Blogs report that the minister was arrested before her speaking engagement at the Ninth Annual Spring Prophetic Conference in Irving, Texas. Bynum, 54, travels regularly to preach. She is also an author and recording artist. Bynum was previously married to Thomas Weeks III, but the pair divorced in 2008 after Weeks pleaded guilty to assaulting his former wife in a hotel parking lot the year prior.
Sheilah Belle/the bellel report
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VALLEY, AL (WSFA) -
An East Alabama high school was place on lockdown Thursday as law enforcement officers of the Chambers County Sheriff's Department, Lanett Police Department, Opelika Police Department and Auburn Police Department, as well as Officers of the Fifth Judicial Circuit Drug Task Force, conducted a joint K-9 Search for illegal drugs.
While the officers searched Valley High School Thursday morning, their K-9 detectives sniffed out some unexpected items: A large amount of marijuana and an AK-47 rifle.
Lanett P.D. K-9 "Marco" alerted in the gym resulting in the seizure of 18 bags of marijuana.
Chambers County Sheriff's Department K-9 "Ice" alerted on a vehicle in the parking lot which resulted in the seizure of marijuana residue and a loaded magazine from the passenger compartment of the vehicle and a firearm from the trunk of the vehicle.
The firearm seized was a Hungarian "AK-47" 7.62 mm rifle with a pistol grip stock.
Members of the Fifth Judicial Circuit District Attorney's Office were notified and responded to the scene.
Officers arrested a 16-year-old juvenile for Unlawful possession of marijuana second degree and possession of a deadly weapon on the premises of a public school. The juvenile was transported to the Lee County Youth Development Center and will be prosecuted in Chambers County Juvenile Court.
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WASHINGTON, D.C. (WBRC) - Wednesday, lawmakers in Washington, D.C. awarded a Congressional Gold Medal to the victims of the 1963 16th Street Baptist Church bombing. MOREAdditional Links Some say the award is bittersweet and long overdue for Addie Mae Collins, Denise McNair, Carole Robertson and Cynthia Wesley. "Yes it is overdue. This whole commemoration is trying to right some wrongs both in terms of recognition, in terms of recognizing folks who had not been recognized in the past, correcting things that should've been corrected a long time ago," Rep. Terri Sewell said. Mayor William Bell flew to the capitol to be on hand for the vote and siblings of some of the girls watched the House discussion and vote from the gallery. If all goes according to plan, the girls will be awarded the medal posthumously and the families will have it in hand by the 50th anniversary of the bombing this September. Related: '63 B'ham church bombing survivor shuns medal, wants money Copyright 2013 WBRC. All rights reserved.
Join me at my new time on 104.3fm. My new time is now 10a-3pm Monday through Saturday. Please help me spread the word! I encourage this morning again from PSALMS 121!!! Have a purpose-filled Wednesday! YOU'VE GOT THE POWER! MUAH!
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Psalms 27 will encourage your heart on this beautiful Tuesday!