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Dallas media personality, actress, author and now nationally syndicated radio host Dareia Jacobs is hotter than hot. Just last month, the First Lady and widely recognized voice of gospel radio reached national syndication through her latest gig with the new Philly’s Favor 100.7FM/99.5 HD3, following her much adored stint with Dallas’ Heaven 97 KHVN. Dareia now joins the ranks of five-time GRAMMY award-winning artist Yolanda Adams, gospel great Bobby Jones, Hezekiah Walker, Jekaylyn Carr, Tye Tribett and others who are syndicated through the radio station.
“Philly’s Favor 100.7 FM/99.5 HD3, which launched last year, brings a 24-hour inspirational format to FM radio every weekday with a stellar line up of gospel music’s brightest stars,” its latest press release reads.
From contemporary to traditional gospel music, the shows will grace the on air waves, in addition to streaming online and via its app. Jacobs’ show in particular will air Monday through Friday, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., and now reach additional national markets throughout the United States.
And as if that wasn’t enough, Jacobs reached yet another milestone as her debut book, Leaving Your Pain On the Pew, reached national best selling heights as a hot, new release in both Christian Living – Personal Growth, and Christian Living – Women’s Issues categories.
The best seller, formally released on March 2, 2021, explores the issues of “church hurt” — a widely experienced phenomenon wherein members of the congregation experience pain, disappointment or trauma by pastors, leaders of the church, or other congregation members where trust was betrayed.
In Leaving Your Pain on the Pew, First Lady Jacobs shows readers how to heal from church hurt and develop the courage to love. For those “wounded warriors”, the book details how to move beyond the hurt to healing, trust God with the restorative process, to love the hurt away and ultimately…leave it all on the pew.
“Forgiveness can be hard when the cut is deep and the wounds are fresh, but Christ has instructed us to forgive,” the new author writes. “At the root of all forgiveness is love. Christ said in Matthew 7:16 that they will know us by our fruit. Well, forgiveness is the fruit of love.”
Jacobs has reached new levels of excellence and warns that this is only the beginning. With a heart to serve and the voice of an angel, heaven — not the sky — is the limit.
For more on First Lady Jacobs and her new show and hot, new book release, visit DareiaJacobs.com.