Sportslife TV Ministries®
Caleb was raised in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. At the School of Visual and Performing Arts, Caleb was known as ‘the Renaissance Man’ since the age of six. For years he studied Martial Arts, Mime, Painting, Tap Dancing, Modern Dance, and Hip Hop. He also had a personal Bodybuilding Trainer and spent time at the local Boxing Gym. He moved back to his birthplace, New York City, to study acting at the Lee Strasberg Institute. In New York, he also studied with leading world historians who helped Caleb form a perspective on people and societal development.
He’s been homeschooled most of his academic life, giving him the time to donate hundreds of hours to community service. Campaigns in New York for Governor, Congress, a Brooklyn Newspaper, and Food Co-ops all benefitted from his hard work, diligence and commitment.
Faith Montessori School in Ghana, Africa – September 2012:
“When I got to Faith everything was hard because nothing I learned before coming to Ghana prepared me for it. I was in a totally new environment where I couldn’t apply the arts I knew. I had to learn a lot from the beginning. Despite all of this, Geography quickly became my favorite subject.
I really think the way Geography is advertised should be changed. It’s not all about rocks and maps. It’s so much more than that. It’s about our planet and how it’s always changing. It’s about humanity and settlement and how that’s always changing. Geography is about Earth. It’s all the other subjects wrapped into one.”
International school experience introduced him to his peers as the next generation of leadership. Awarded Distinction in his IGCSE examinations, sworn-in as Deputy Headboy (i.e. Vice President), and completed A-level examinations, he graduated in June 2016.
Caleb founded Sportslife TV Ministries to be a valuable force in Ghana’s mounting economic development. He writes and curates for Miracle Motions Network Digital (MMND) to help prevent avoidable deaths and improve lives. Caleb Lensfield is young and he is hard at work building MMND, a new global community.
Karen has a Business Administration and Information Processing education. She grew up wandering around film studio sets, computers, and editing equipment at her mother’s job at Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS). Her father was a Scooter Cop who made Brooklyn a safe place for her to play. While girls her age sat around with their babies in carriages in the city parks, she would ride her boy’s bike to the rougher parts of Brooklyn to join the big guys on bike tours around NYC.
Her first job at age 16 was for the Police Athletic League, showing younger people city summer fun. Since then, she has had decades of ‘Show Business’ experience in front of and behind the cameras. After a movie role in Hollywood, Ms. Dawn became a member of the Screen Actor’s Guild union for over 20 years. Simultaneously, she was an entrepreneur for a decade, owning a fleet of limousines since age 22. After her only child, Caleb, was born, she moved to Pennsylvania and cared for the handicapped. She also became a case worker assistant for troubled teens. Years later, all of her experiences had led her to become an Amateur Boxing Promoter. Her first event was staged January 2010, in New York City. Adventures spanning 2 continents have prepared her to live and create in the diverse and exotic locations of Ghana. She remains a sports enthusiast and has studied with grandmasters and masters from around the world. Karen is accomplished in the worlds of Shaolin Kung Fu, Tai-Chi, Boxing, Aerobics, Modern & African Dance, and more.
Karen’s elite fusion of high culture with street savvy is creating an attractive and inclusive brand in the form of Sportslife TV Ministries. This serves her personal ambition to spread love and concern for others. Karen’s favorite quote comes from her teacher, Shi Yan Ming, the last of 34 generations of Shaolin Monks; “Life is Beautiful”. She hopes that through her work, she can imbue such a philosophy in others.
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