December 23, 2012 Radio Special “Grace: God’s Best Idea”
Max Lucado (author, pastor, teacher) sharing with us that all we need is Grace. Lucado has written more than 50 books, his latest…
“Grace: More than we Deserve, Greater than we Imagine” from Thomas Nelson Publishing. www.maxlucado.com
December 16, 2012 – The WBFJ Christmas Blessing: Re-visited
This past week, we had the privilege to spotlight five local families, with five unique stories, through the WBFJ Christmas Blessing. Thanks to everyone who nominated a family or donated money. And to our business partners…Thank You for your support.
Our first stop of the WBFJ Christmas Blessing was in Winston-Salem to visit Renee McAllister. Just a year ago, Renee and her young boys (Anthony and Nate) were living in a shelter. Renee’s husband is currently incarcerated in New Jersey. Renee, having been raised by her grandmother, understands the value of hard work. Renee relies on public transportation and the kindness of others to get to work and to run errands. Renee was nominated by Tammy McNeal…
Our second stop of the WBFJ Christmas Blessing was in Greensboro to visit Aviance McCollum. Aviance is a single mom with three daughters. She is a
cosmetologist who works long hours to provide for her family Aviance was nominated by Kathy Daniel and her daughter Savannah…
Our third stop of the WBFJ Christmas Blessing was in Lexington to visit Brandi Morris. Brandi is a single mom with three beautiful children (ages 11, 6, and 2). Brandi is attending school to obtain her G-E-D, in addition to working full-time and
taking care of her children – all on her own. Brandi and her family faithfully attend at High Rock Community Church in Lexington. Brandi was nominated by Wendy Miller…
Our fourth stop of the WBFJ Christmas Blessing was actually at Baptist Hospital to visit Heather and Johnny Richardson. This is a family that is dealing with a lot of health problems. Heather has a chronic disease called “hidradenitis
suppurativa” (or H-S). Almost a year ago, Heather came out of remission. She has had to have several surgeries already this year. These surgeries include very long and deep cuts to the body that take weeks, sometimes months, to heal. Heather also suffers from brain seizures. Because of all her health problems, Heather has been
unable to work for the past year. Heather’s faith is strong. And she is always
willing to help others in spite of her health problems. Heather and Johnny were nominated by Rashelle Morrison…
Our fifth and final stop of the WBFJ Christmas Blessing was in Winston-Salem to visit Carlita Anglin. Carlita is a single mom with 5 children. Carlita is currently getting back on her feet after losing her home. Her two oldest sons (Ramon and Isaiah) have been living away from the home since the summer,
because they knew that their mom couldn’t take care of all 5 kids by herself. She is doing her best to get ahead – providing for her children the best she can. Carlita was nominated by Meredith Worley…
If you would like to personally like to help a family nominated through the WBFJ Christmas Blessing, go to our website www.wbfj.fm for more information.
December 09, 2012 – Topic: Dealing with Grief during the Holidays
Alan Malchuk – Licensed Christian Counselor with ‘SURE CORD’
Christian Counseling in Clemmons, NC. www.surecord.com Phone: 712-2828
Debbie Wilkins – mother of 4 boys, dealing with the loss of her husband. Debbie’s husband, Aaron Wilkins, died suddenly just this past August. Aaron
was the Athletic Director at Flat Rock Middle school in Winston-Salem. He was only 35 years old…
In an effort to continue helping the Wilkins family, River Oaks Community Church is collecting funds to be used for the Wilkins immediate and long-term needs after the tragic death of Aaron a beloved husband, father, mentor and coach to many in our community. Want to help? Make checks out to River Oaks Community Church and write “Wilkins Family Fund” in the memo line. Checks can be mailed to or dropped off at River Oaks Community Church -1855 Lewisville Clemmons Road Clemmons, NC 27012.
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December 02, 2012 – Verne talks with Brook and Angel Hinman about their new book “Water Walk America”. Brook literally walked from Oregon back home to North Carolina (some 3,300 miles, over 6 months and five pairs of walking shoes later) to raise awareness and funds for clean water in Ethiopia through the non-profit organization “Charity: Water”. Brook and Angel reflect on their ‘adventure’ of faith, as well as the incredible provision that God has for His children when they “walk in faith”. The Hinman family included Brook (husband), Angel (wife) and their 18 month old son.
More details: www.waterwalkamerica.com
VERSE: “Let everything that has breath praise the LORD” Psalm 150
QUOTE: “A person who loves his job, will never work a day in his life.”
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