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April 29, 2016

Dear Brothers and Sisters, please join me in thanking God for adding another year to my life today. I am grateful for the gift of life. I have had many attacks all through my life, but God has saved me from attacks, given me many reasons to live again after being abused for years and He has been really good to me. Please join me in praying for God to lift me out of debt, for Financial blessings, health for my Mum, for me to be a light to the world and to help those around me and fulfil my destiny. Amen, thank you and God bless.


April 29, 2016

Blessings to all of you at the radio station. I thank God for 89.7FM. which has been of a huge blessing to not only myself, but to my friends who I've shared the gospel to & this station. So now I'd like to share the following, I been praying asking God that if it's His will for me to return back to shool, that He open doors and provide the finances to pay for the classes. Well He has Praise the Lord!, so please keep me in your prayers I need your support as God continues to move in my life. My petition is to work inside the hospitals and be able to pray for the sick. As of now He has given me finances to go back to school, I believe He has the power to bless me with good hours and good days, I have asked Him no wknds. & He will come through for me. So once again that God through His Holly Spirit help me, I ask for wisdom, knowledge and understanding as I study & to take away any distractions and be able to pass my state license in May. Thank you so much for your prayers God bless.

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April 29, 2016

Please God help us save our home

My 17 year old nephew Shuker Flowers had a heart attack that caused severe brain damage.

April 29, 2016

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin Many show support for Rialto's Shuker Flowers By: Pete Marshall ( Friday, April 22, 2016 - 11:30 p.m. Rialto High wrestler Shuker Flowers, right, suffered a recent heart attack and is still hospitalized. Many in the area, including wrestlers from rival schools, have offered Flowers tremendous support. Courtesy Photo The support and appreciation for Rialto High School junior wrestler Shuker Flowers seemingly knows no bounds, but many questions remain concerning the plight of Flowers, who suffered a heart attack in late March. "The cause is unknown," said Rialto AD Kevin Gilbreth. "Everything, the toxicology, the scans, all came back clean." Flowers has played multiple sports in high school, excelling in wrestling. He also played football and baseball during his sophomore year, but was concentrating on wrestling this year where he was a league champion, and finished fifth at the CIF-SS Central Division Individualsw in the 170-pound weight class. "He was never satisfied. He wasn't just happy. He wanted to be the best. After his final match at Masters (a loss), he said, 'i don't want to stop training. I want to win this thing next year.'" said Rialto wrestling coach Robert Mitchell. Mitchell, who is the new Rialto football coach, said Flowers was planning on returning to football in the fall, intending on playing linebacker. Advertisement But about a month after his wrestling season ended in late February, Flowers' mother, Latriece Whitaker returned home from work late at night on March 29 and checked on Flowers in his bed, as she usually does, Gilbreth said. His breathing seemed "unusual," so Whitaker called 911 and Flowers was taken to the hospital. Initially, he was placed in a medically induced coma at the Loma Linda University Medical Center. He has since been transferred to Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Fontana. Gilbreth said Flowers isn't speaking or walking at the moment, but he is breathing on his own, he's responsive to people in the room and he is able to move his limbs. He is expected to begin physical rehabilitation soon. Particularly perplexing about Flowers is that Whitaker was very involved in making sure he ate a proper diet and Mitchell said Flowers was only losing about five pounds during a week by the end of the season, a small amount for someone of his size. "His mom was always asking, 'What should I be having him eat?' She wanted to make sure the nutrition was right. He didn't want to put bad things in his body," Mitchell said. "When the blood tests came back I already knew he didn't take anything. It's hard to wrap your mind around it." Gilbreth said that until recently, Whitaker wasn't comfortable releasing information about her son. But now she wants to make sure people know how he is. He made an impact with other schools, including Rim of the World, a San Andreas League opponent, and Grand Terrace, a school that trained with Rialto in February. "There was something a little more special about Shuker," said Rim athletic director Scott Craft, who was formerly the school's wrestling coach. "He's got that character about him. He respects sports. Even when he's losing, he shakes hands and says, 'Good job.' It's just shocking. I saw him the night before at the volleyball game." Craft said the team has a banner that members signed to give to Flowers and he has offered support to Gilbreth. Grand Terrace has raised $225 that coach John Odenbaugh planned to give to Whitaker Friday. The money was raised by gift baskets put together by parents and raffled off at Grand Terrace's team banquet. "He's a confident kid, but not cocky," Odenbaugh said. "He's a good loser and a good winner." Gilbreth said it could be months before additional tests come back to determine why a seemingly healthy high school athlete had a heart attack. But for now, Mitchell has modest goals for his standout athlete. "If he is able to come back (in athletics), that's amazing," Mitchell said. "But I want him to just be able to walk with his diploma. That would be huge."

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April 28, 2016

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