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Raising Expectations

Raising Expectations with Pastor Joe Schofield
Pastor Joe Schofield

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Raising Expectations is a new program that will look at the past, giving greater insight into the present, and may produce authentic anticipation, raising expectations for the future! Joe will discuss major issues that confront us on national, political, and worldwide events, to the simple things that we think about and make unconscious personal decisions every day!

Freedom, Family, Finances, Faith, along with a myriad of other topics and all the intricacies involved in each of them...from a personal community perspective, that makes up what we call "Your Life in America Today!"

Informative, inclusive, intentional, interesting, and always encouraging. Each program will raise our expectations individually. We may begin looking at the future in a positive way, happy to try new ideas and methods with clear hopes of how things can change for the better in the future. Feeling more content, one topic at a time! So, let not your hearts be troubled...we can go from good, to better, to best in the future TOGETHER!

BBS Station 1
Weekly Show
8:00 pm CT
8:55 pm CT
0 Following
Broadcasting Date

Guest, Elizabeth Ahlers

Guest Name
Elizabeth Ahlers
Elizabeth Ahlers
Guest Occupation
CA State Senatorial Candidate, Ph.D, Councilwoman
Guest Biography

Elizabeth Wong Ahlers, Ph.D., is a mother of six, Councilwoman, businesswoman, and nature enthusiast with a passion for public service and a vision for the future that includes restoring personal liberties, safer communities, less government intervention, and restored parental rights.

In addition to serving as Councilwoman in Crescenta Valley, California, Elizabeth also has served on multiple international boards and committees including Bridge to Nations (humanitarian and educational work) as well as in local service capacities, such as chaplain for the Boy Scouts of America. Her extensive humanitarian work has taken her to Asia, India, and Bolivia working predominantly with children, women, and other underprivileged groups.

Elizabeth is certified and supports the local Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) and is even a licensed Ham Radio technician. Elizabeth is a local educator who has taught at UCLA, Los Angeles Valley College, and Glendale Community College. She graduated from Hoover High School in Glendale and earned a bachelor’s degree from UCLA, a Master’s Degree in Teaching English from UCLA, and a Doctorate Degree in Applied Theology.

She has served locally and internationally in areas of education and community wholeness as well as serving on local private school boards. Elizabeth is a fifth generation Californian, a mother to six beautiful children, and grandmother of three. When time has allowed, she has volunteered as a support group leader, youth leader, and a hospice Chaplain.