Joy Ahn Ngu's latest Hit on God TV - Equipping the Saints with Ché Ahn

Joy Ahn Ngu is the fashion-forward mother of two who has helped her parents, beloved Pastor Ché Ahn and his dynamic wife Pastor Sue Ahn, add and develop a media brand to their internationally-recognized Christian networks including Harvest Rock Church in Pasadena, California and HIM International Ministries which comprises tens of thousands of churches worldwide. Poised for success, Joy was raised in the Christian ministry from the early days when her parents would hold services within their own home for just friends and family.

Soon, though, the ministry grew and the Ahn family name became synonymous with Evangelical Family success stories. “My parents have always sought to be vulnerable and to use our family experiences as testimony whenever possible,” Joy explains, “which is why I believe that we are relatable and likable and have had a profound impact in the communities they Pastor.”

Today, Joy Ahn Ngu lives in Pasadena, California with her husband and two small children. She has executive produced and co-hosts a break-through show on God TV called Equipping the Saints with Ché Ahn where sought-after Christian leaders such as Cindy Jacobs and Mark Chironna discuss a multitude of fascinating topics and everyday interests. “The show was entirely my father’s vision. What I love about my dad is his ability to relate empathetically to all people. I have a deep respect for him because he is Kingdom minded - to him it is always about how he can help others,” Joy explains, “The show provides a look inside personal relationships, personal stories, and very real vulnerable moments. It’s very special and like nothing else, because it

brings internationally recognized preachers, evangelists, leaders and prophets into a safe space and introduces the viewer to their most relatable sides.”

 

Equipping the Saints with Ché Ahn airs Tuesdays at 8:30pm EST on GOD TV!

 

Watch here!

 

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Exclusive Interview with Angela Foxworth

CP: Welcome Angela! Tell our readers a little bit about you and what you do?

My name is Angela Foxworth a.k.a. “A Fox.” I am currently a television talk show host and Customer Success Manager for Xperienc On Demand television, a 2-time Best Selling and 1-time International Best-Selling author, a red carpet celebrity host, the Chief Atlanta Correspondent for 2 Savage Magazine and the reigning Mrs. Georgia Woman US Majesty 2020. I am a woman truly passionate about seeing others win and I use all of my platforms to educate, motivate and inspire.

 

CP: Great! Now we all know that the pandemic has given us all a “New Norm.”  What does that “New Norm,” look like for you and how do you keep the motivation and momentum to keep going!?

 

The new norm for me is finding ways to entertain myself at home and not venture out so much because of the pandemic. I do exercise more outside to enjoy the beautiful nature scenes and not get too claustrophobic at home. Most of my shows and business meetings are via zoom now too.

 

CP: You have been one busy lady! If I understand correctly, you have been apart of 2 Best-Selling Book projects and recently 1 International Best-Selling Book project all during the pandemic. Most people struggle to get one book out: but you have been a part of 3 Best-Selling books. That is Outstanding!  Tell our readers briefly about these projects and what is YOUR SECRET to making it happen? 

 

For me, the pandemic has truly been about staying focused and really working hard to pursue my dreams. Coupled with an absolutely amazing publishing house (Jesus, Coffee and Prayer) and the mentorship of International best-selling author and owner Minister Nakita Davis has made the transition from normal outside life to a new creative and innovative way of bringing my voice to the masses through writing. It has been priceless! The secret is just using the time given to work hard on what you’ve been putting off and it will pay off!  

 

CP: 2020 is not what most people expected, but you still found a way to WIN.  Through it All, what did you find out about you, and what encouraging advice would you give to our readers?

 

I realize that I am blessed with resilience and strength that I never knew I had. In the midst of the pandemic, I have also had my own personal tragedies and losses. But, through it all, I am blessed to use my pain and convert it into a passion that has allowed me to elevate. My encouragement for your readers is to push past whatever challenges and obstacles come their way. Speak positive affirmations daily until they become second nature to you and then work diligently, consistently and proficiently on whatever it is you desire to do or become. The results are going to be lasting and you’ll soon realize one victory begets another.

 

CP: Okay A.Fox~ I know that’s the name your fans affectionately call you!  Tell us one Fun Fact…something Awesome that most people don’t know about you.

 

Well, I am a great singer, but I am too shy to sing in public! 

 

CP: Thank you again for your time A. Fox!  You are truly a remarkable gem. Anything BIG coming up that our readers should be on the lookout for?

 

Yes! My television show (The Angela Foxworth Show) is debuting officially on xperienc.tv, so please download the app on your smart devices (XOD Network.)  Soon, I will also find out on September 12, 2020, if I won the title of National Queen~ so wish me luck! 

 

CP: Please also let our readers know how they can keep in contact with YOU!

 

I can be followed on Facebook as Angela Collins Foxworth and Angela Foxworth 

Instagram- @afoxradio and therealafox 

Twitter- @theafoxshow

www.theafoxshow.com 

 

CP: A.Fox, Thank you for your time. Continued to Success to YOU!

"Top Fashion" summer collection is out!

Kelvin Boon makes the cover of "Top Fashion" August issue. An author and an owner of model agency BoonModels reveals the secrets about becoming a model. Get our hot statement necklaces, be inspired by our fashion addictions. Read how Daniella Kallmeyer makes woman's personalities shine. Learn how Dakota Johnson worked at the local store and did odd jobs. All this and much more in this issue!

Therése Neaimé Radiant New Single For Summer 2020 – “Dance Love” is getting Global attention!

International sensation Therése Neaimé is heating up the summer of 2020 with a brand-new single to follow up her previous chart top 20 at Music Week.

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Therése Neaimé Radiant New Single For Summer 2020 – “Dance Love” is getting Global attention!
International sensation Therése Neaimé is heating up the summer of 2020 with a brand-new single to follow up her previous chart top 20 at Music Week.
OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE


 
International sensation Therése Neaimé is heating up the summer of 2020 with a brand-new single to follow up her previous chart top 20 at Music Week.
Dance Love is designed to bring bodies straight to the dancefloor through a wildly colorful & catchy infusion of radiant sound – “Dance Love” was officially released on June 22nd and is already making some spectacular noice worldwide getting airplays in citys like London, Paris, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Berlin. Dance Love is also playing in stores worldwide. Ranked nb 1 on Kings of Spins, nb 21 on the Global Latin DJ chart, entering the Official European Indie Chart top 100 at nb 17, played by the Top 40 billboard stations in North America
A song written by Therése Neaimé, Maria Marcus, Gunnar Nordén and Jon Hällgren
Produced by Maria Marcus and Jon Hällgren
Masterered by Björn Engelmann at Cutting Room
Released by Yellow Rhinestone Records


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Heather Fay is the Girl of the Month!

Heather Fay makes the cover story of "Malina" August issue truly iconic! Read why everyone is so obsessed with blonds story. Find your jewellery inspiration with Tiffany. Get to know the iconic skincare with Audrey Soie. All this and much more in new issue of "Malina" magazine!

Marc Marut Makes Cover of "Cosmo Life" August Issue

Dealing With Pandemic Using Humour 

The new release "Fuck You COVID-19" by “Cool Ass” not only sticks it to the coronavirus, but is also set to cheer up the world during this pandemic. It's mission is to show that despite all the social distancing measures, we can still find a way to come together and have fun. For the music video, fans from around the world unite with footage of them rocking out to the song, which is sure to bring a smile to your face. The video is available on YouTube and will also be aired on MTV. 

 

Critics Love It 

"Fuck You COVID-19" was released on June 19, 2020 to critical acclaim. Up Up Music describes it as "the Covid-19 anthem that we didn’t even know we were waiting for", and Stepkid.com writes "this artist really has a lot of talent" and "seriously, this song is damn good.”

 

Cool Ass Music 

“Cool Ass” was created by Marc Marut, with a sound that's reminiscent of 90's alternative. Combining a hard hitting, toe tapping, energetic rock style with other influences, “Cool Ass” music gets people moving as much as the lyrics get them laughing. Not only is Marc a musician/songwriter, he is also an accomplished actor. He has starred in feature films such as "The Paperboy (1994)", as well as many TV shows such as "Goosebumps" and "Road To Avonlea". Marc does all the composing, recording, and audio engineering himself. 

 

Today we are excited to have the founder of “Cool Ass” Marc Marut for all the tea about their recent release. 

 

CL: How did you start your music career?

MM: When I was nine I was lucky enough to break into acting by doing musical theatre, so I got to hang out with members of the orchestra and I really learned a lot from them. They'd help me do things like transpose sheet music into different keys for auditions, or the conductor would guide me in terms of my vocal performances... they were professionals, and as a kid I was blown away at their talent! As I got older, I spent lots of time in studios laying down vocals for commercials and TV shows. I also started taking piano lessons, but quickly got discouraged with my music teacher because she wouldn't let me add any style. So that inspired me to get into playing guitar, and of course I was in a band in highschool. 

 

CL: What inspired you to launch “Cool Ass”?
MM:
A few years ago a song popped into my head that was so catchy, it got stuck there for months until I just couldn't ignore it any longer... and since I could already play some instruments, I set about recording it and learned how to do all the audio production myself. I was so pleased with the final result that I decided to share it with the world, and so Cool Ass was born. 

 

CL: Tell us about your recent release "Fuck You COVID-19"? 

MM: Like all my music, it just popped into my head one day. I was actually getting ready to record some other songs at the time, when suddenly out of nowhere we got hit by this virus and everything changed. This "new normal" took a lot of adjustment for me, and when I finally adapted to it, this new song was stuck in my head... it was such a catchy tune and was so relevant to how people were feeling, I had to put all my other plans on hold and record this one instead. 

 

Read the full interview with Marc in "Cosmo Life" August issue
Visit coolass.tv to watch the music video and learn more about the artist. Join the Cool Ass mailing list to keep up to date and never miss anything new.

Narine Arakelian introduces the world to Empathy Aesthetics through the #LoveXXL360 Campaign

In a world that continues to feel disconnected from one another, one artist continues to make strides toward adapting and changing this scene. From developing an AR performance through Instagram and making art accessible to all, to donating masks and contributing to support essential workers, and to creating a new cultural manifestation through art, Narine Arakelian does it all. 

 

Narine Arakelian (born May 13, 1979, based in Venice, Italy and Los Angeles, USA) is an emerging contemporary artist who creates performance art, installation, painting, sculpture, video and environmental art. Arakelian’s work with technology, including Artificial Intelligence (AI), Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR) and social media, connects virtuality with the grounded materialism and traditions of painting. Arakelian uses translation and a form of cultural overdubbing to affect a space of empathetic encounter. The artist’s exploration of feminism, identity and representation are filtered through interpersonal experience and empathetic response. Narine Arakelian is associated with Empathy Aesthetics, integral to the Altermodern in the post-pandemic era.

 

Since the start of coronavirus, sending everyone home has led to a new level of creativity for many - Narine takes it up a notch, combining art with philanthropy. The #LoveXXL360 campaign introduces the Love and Hope mask and the Paradise collection as this new form of work which, according to Richard Wearn, Professor of Art at California State University, Los Angeles, can be understood as “Empathy Aesthetics.” 

 

This Instagram filter features a medical-style face mask with the words Love and Hope flashing across it. When the user opens and closes their eyes, stars are released across the screen, and when the user taps their forehead, a halo appears. If the sound is turned on, a voiceover from the artist herself will repeat the comforting words of Love and Hope. This filter aims to bring joy and comfort to those who use it during this pandemic, through an enduring message of hope. It succeeds - Arakelian’s soft tones gently reassure the user.

 

According to Wearn, “Narine’s work may be understood and defined in terms of Empathy Aesthetics, as she is utilizing the various social media platforms that arguably result in alienation as a means to promote empathy. She is a virus in the system attempting to reverse an outcome. Her work also speaks to the way we use attributes as a sign of reference when it is not. Think of the function of an app on a touch screen. Tinder = intimacy/sex, Google = knowledge; any object notion has been removed. We are left with attribute recognition through an app. We request and something turns up. The dynamic in recent work by Narine may be defined in a similar way. The artist is negotiating through text and imagery a new sensibility and message to humanity that is not transactional. Narine gifts through social media which works against transactions, which is built into the model of digital life.”

 

Through these filters, celebrities including AnnaLynne Mccord (90210), Kristin Bauer (True Blood, Once Upon a Time), Sofia Milos (CSI Miami), Briana Evigan (Step Up 2, 4, 5), Ellie Mumin and Tiffany Brouwer (Vanderpump Rules), Markus Molinari (Socialite), Courtenay Semel (Keeping Up with the Kardashians), Ruth Connell (Supernatural), and influencer Shannon K have posted the mask filter with the intention of raising awareness for the campaign, and as part of Arakelian’s push to donating more masks and PPE to health care workers.

 

Her efforts have shone in the success and popularity that this campaign has reached! Since the start of the campaign, she has donated more masks than anticipated. She has become the modern day changemaker and artist capable of adapting and shining in any form of art. Using social media to stand in solidarity, and creating a new social movement to bring people together in a time of distress. The AR filters use a dynamic QR code that can be found on Instagram under “#LoveXXL360” or on her Instagram @narinearakelianofficial.