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The Freddie Scott Show: Tackling The Game of Life!

The Freddie Scott Show: Tackling The Game of Life!

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April 16th 2012:Is your wife a nag?

Zig Ziglar is quoted saying, "If you treat your wife like a thoroughbred, you will never end up with a nag." For many men, unhappiness in marriage is attributed to their wife "nagging" them about various things at home and in their life. How do we change the trend, and create a culture and climate in our home to allow our marriages to thrive? This week Freddie will discuss Is Your Wife a Nag, and give practical tips for successfully leading our families with Lyndon Barrington Allen. We will also hear from Super Bowl winning coach, Tony Dungy, as he shares his thoughts on the Trayvon Martin

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Lyndon Barrington Allen

He is a graduate of Biola University in La Mirada, CA with a Degree in Organizational Leadership (Industrial Psychology) with an emphasis in Biblical Studies and Apologetics. Moving to Nashville in 1995, he came as a signed recording artist with Gotee Records, he performed in the Dove Award nominated Christian reggae group Christafari. He also co-wrote for the movie soundtrack Left Behind. He also does Voice Over work for training programs, commercials and video announcements. Lyndon has utilized his diverse business experience in music as a recording artist and publisher, telecommunications, banking, and pharmaceutical sales. In 1999, Lyndon joined Schering-Ploug, makers of the bl
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