J.T. and Terri Lee Clark joined us in the studio to discuss My Brothers’ Crossing Ministry. http://mybrotherscrossing.org
Mission House Coffee, a local coffee shop in Central Virginia, does more than just serve good coffee and baked goods, they serve our community and non-profits in our area. Owner, Tommy Clark, sits down to tell us about how Mission House Coffee started, how they serve our community, the impact of COVID-19, and even shares his go-to coffee order (which no one saw coming)! You can learn more about them at https://missionhousecoffee.com.
Kelli Diaz, Recruitment & Development Coordinator with CASA of Central Virginia, shares an update on this organization that is serving abused and neglected children in our area, plus details on upcoming information meetings and how we can support their efforts. learn more at www.cvcasa.org.
Kendrick Gholston, area director for the Roanoke Valley FCA, shares some testimony, discusses the work of the ministry and how we can partner with them to reach area youth and families with the Gospel.
Susan Campbell, director of the Blue Ridge Pregnancy Center, reflects on 2019, shares about Sanctity of Human Life Month and discusses new ways they will serve the community. Learn more at www.brpcfriends.org.
Victoria Cobb, president of the Family Foundation of VA, discusses the work of the ministry, reflects on 2019, looks ahead to the Generall Assembly session and a special event in Richmond on January 8. Learn more at www.familyfoundation.org.
Kathy Holsopple, executive director of The Pregnancy Support Center of Southside Virginia in Farmville, on 2019 and looks forward to the coming year.