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Valder Beebe Show launches prison book ministry for incarcerated men and women
The Valder Beebe Show, a spiritual talk show based in Dallas, Texas quietly for the past year has developed a book ministry to send books for men and women who are in prison.
In 2013, Peggy Jones & Associates PR Agency , Greenville, TX, awarded the Valder Beebe Show “Entrepreneurial Venture of the Year” in 2013. The Valder Beebe Show inspires confident, intelligent women to reach for their dreams and make choices and decisions that will lead to joyous and more confident lives-Peggy Jones. With an emphasis on personal and spiritual growth, the Valder Beebe Show inspires, addressing every aspect of a woman's life—the spiritual, financial, the intellectual and the emotional—and deeply connects with her audience composed of listeners, viewers, readers, and web visitors .
After a sermon at Valder’s church given by a young Harvard graduate minister regarding the celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. legacy that the dream is still unfilled, Valder Beebe acted. She did not want to just hear a great sermon, she wanted to act. Without documented proof, Valder was disturbed by the number of African American men in prison, and the reported growing number of African American women being incarcerated.
Valder, a Christian, a practitioner of prayer, meditation and metaphysics, she is aware of the power of the mind. The Valder Beebe Show continually features new thought leaders along with traditional religious leaders, all for the audience to “change the way they look at things – so the things they look at will change.” This was the genesis of the Valder Beebe Show’s book ministry. We solicit books from publishers, New York Times authors and authors of great books and request them sent direct to imamates on our book ministry list. We have already had an exceptional response for the inmates. Bestselling authors Hill Harper sent his bestselling book (Letters to an Incarcerated Brother, published by Gotham ) and former NBC Donald Trump Apprentice Winner, Dr. Randal Pinkett, sent (Campus CEO, published Kaplan Business) have stepped up and sent books to the inmates through our program.
Publishers and authors wishing to participate: