Interviews

Damien Murtaugh, Blue Ridge Autism and Achievement Center

April is Autism Awareness Month and Damien Murtaugh, behavior analyst with the Blue Ridge Autism and Achievement Center, helps us better understand autism, shares about the resources available in our area to help those affected by it and how we can support this non-profit organization, including some upcoming fundraisers like the Color Run. For more about the  Blue Ridge Autism ... Read More »

Jennifer Snellings & Susan Campbell, Blue Ridge Pregnancy Center

Jennifer Snellings, executive director and Susan Campbell, outreach director, with the Blue Ridge Pregnancy Center discuss the work of the ministry and the Secret Keeper Girl Tour on April 23 and other upcoming events. To learn more visit www.brpcfriends.org.   Read More »

Bob Chambers, Christian Motorcyclists Association.

Bob Chambers, a member of the Lynchburg Chapter of the Christian Motorcyclists Association  discusses the background and outreach of this worldwide ministry and share about their upcoming fundraiser, Run for the Son scheduled for the first Saturday in May. To learn more visit www.cmausa.org. To connect with the Lynchburg chapter click here; to donate to Run for the Son click ... Read More »

Wade Bruns, International Farmers Organization for Sustainable Development

Wade Bruns, board member with The International Farmers Organization for Sustainable Development, or IFOSUD, shares some history on this ministry based in Haiti and how the Lord is working through this unique organization that is sharing the Gospel and helping farmers and communities in practical ways. Learn more at www.ifosud.org. Find them on Facebook, too.   Read More »

Patrick Schroeder, Appomattox Court House National Historical Park

Patrick Schroeder, historian at the Appomattox Court House National Historical Park,  shares about upcoming events for the 152 anniversary of the surrender at Appomattox. The events begin April 7 and run through the 12th.  For a detailed list of activities and individual program times for the 152nd anniversary, please visit the park’s website at www.nps.gov/apco and follow the 152nd link ... Read More »

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