Interviews (Page 2)
Dorothy Marshall, with the Roanoke chapter of 40 Days for Life, describes how the ministry is working to save lives, share hope and the love of Christ with those faced with an unexpected pregnancy and how we can participate in this outreach. Learn more at www.40daysforlife.com/local-campaigns/roanoke.
Best-selling author Kirk Walden shares some of his personal story, the progress we’ve made to save and protect life and how we can participate! Kirk will be the featured speaker at the Pregnancy Support Center of Southside Virginia’s annual banquet April 16 at Longwood University. Learn more about the event at www.pscfarmville.org/annual-banquet. Learn more about Kirk at www.1stfaith.com/kirks-page.
Sean Maguire, Grassroots Coordinator with the Family Foundation of Virginia shares about the No Pink Lights Tour events scheduled over the next few weeks, including Tuesday March 19 in Altavista and the Virginia March for Life April 3rd in Richmond. Learn more at www.familyfoundation.org.
Damien Murtaugh 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 fundraising events. Learn more at www.braacroanoke.org.
Gary Bates, CEO of the US branch of Creation Ministries International shares about the ministry of CMI, the Creation Conference scheduled for March 2 at Calvary Chapel Roanoke and why this topic is so important. You can learn more about the event now at Equip FM dot org and more about CMI at www.creation.com
Dr. David E. Clarke, the featured speaker at the Inseparable Marriage Weekend scheduled for February 15-16 at Sandy Creek Baptist Church in Jetersville shares some personal testimony and offer a preview of the event. More details about the event under Community Events on this website. Learn more about Dr. Clarke at www.davidclarkeseminars.com.
Patrick Schroeder, historian at the Appomattox Court House National Historical Park shares about the 20th Annual Civil War Seminar scheduled for February 9 at Longwood University. This event is free and open to the public. Also Chris Klinger with Illyria Theatre Company in Farmville shares about “Loving”, a play scheduled along other events February 15-17, that tells the true story of Richard Loving, a white Virginia construction worker, and Mildred Jeter, an African American, whose marriage in the 1950s resulted…
Matt Gowin, interim senior pastor at Sandy Creek Baptist Church in Jetersville, shares some personal testimony and about the Inseparable Marriage Weekend scheduled for February 15-16 with Dr. David Clarke. More details about that event is available un der Community events on this website.
DJ Carter and Jenny Basile with Thrive Women’s Health Care, formerly the Pregnancy Centers of Central Virginia, share about the name change, new services offered and a special initiative called Compassion for Life. Learn more at www.virginia pregnancy,org.
Steve Lambert discusses Firstline, a 12 week faith-based stress and trauma healing course designed to address the spiritual and moral toll that critical incidents take on those within the law enforcement, fire, and EMS communities. It will be offered at Providence Veterans Farms beginning February 3. For more information visit www.providencefarm.org/courses.
Mike Young, founder and and executive director with Noble Warriors shares about this ministry that equips churches as they equip men to walk with Christ and lead well. Mike shares about an event February 23 in Roanoke and other locations. Learn more at www.noblewarriors.org.
Catherine Kelenic, Katrina Ramos and Katherine Troutman, graduate students at Liberty University in the department of Public and Community Health discuss fad diets, nutrition and exercise as part of a project with Dr. Anna Henderson on Diabetes, Obesity and Eating Disorders.
Terri Benjamin, Events Development Manager with the Blue Ridge Women’s Center in Roanoke, shares how the ministry is serving the greater Roanoke Valley and about their Walk for Life scheduled for May 4. Learn more at www.supportbrwc.org.