The Preferable Podcast Season 3: Episode 7: Gun Violence Awareness (Part Two) feat Estella Patterson
The Preferable Podcast Season 3: Episode 7: Gun Violence Awareness (Part Two); The chief of the Raleigh, North Carolina police department stops by. Estella D. Patterson shares ways that she is not allowing the death toll of gun violence victims to rise. Chief Patterson shares the legacy that she is aiming to leave behind. Share this episode and tell people to watch/listen. Post about the podcast on social media using the hashtag #thepreferablepodcast. If you would like to be a guest on an episode, sponsor an episode, or play an ad/commercial from your business email firstname.lastname@example.org
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About The Host: Jayden A. Watkins is an author, motivational speaker, podcast host, media correspondent, and lay preacher. Jayden is an intelligent disciple of Christ. He resides in Henderson, North Carolina. He was born on April 25th, 2008 to Yamlet J. Foster and Eric N. Watkins. Jayden also has a twin, Jaydah Watkins. Jayden attends Henderson Collegiate School. Jayden is an upcoming member of Big Ruin Creek Missionary Baptist Church. Jayden hosted “The Preferable Podcast” which releases a new season and episodes every year. Jayden Watkins is a powerful Motivational Speaker. Jayden preaches the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the nations through church services, live events on social media, or by being an example for the young and the old. Jayden gave his first debut message at Spring Street Missionary Baptist Church titled “I Am Going To A New Greater Higher Level”, in August of 2017, that message inspired Jayden to continue to preach The Gospel. Jayden wrote his first book “Higher Heights: The Past Is Behind Me And The Future Is Before Me” which was released in May of 2021.