March 2008

March 30, 2008
Special guest: Phil Goble, Jr author of the novel “Facing Grace”
Phil is the pastor of Little Richmond Baptist Church (near Elkin). He also a contributor to the Surry Messenger newspaper. You can read Phil’s Walk in Faith column every Friday

Phil Goble was one of the media reporters who covered the state execution of a man convicted of murdering a 90 year old Burlington woman. The execution took place in Raleigh in 2004. The execution experience resulted in Phil writing the novel “Facing Grace”.

Book signing information:
April 05…Barnes and Nobles (High Point)
April 06… Barnes and Nobles (Winston-Salem)
April 12…Waldenbooks (WS)
April 19…Wal-Mart (Mt Airy)
*April 26…Master’s Loft (WS) TENATIVE

More information about the book:

More information about the Death Penalty in North Carolina:

March 23, 2008 Easter Sunday (Sorry for the late posting...)
The Covenant (a Garlow Perspective / Easter radio special)
One of the most powerful rituals in the ancient Hebrew culture was that of the blood covenant. This binding agreement combined elements of friendship, loyalty and sacrifice. And when God made the blood covenant with Abraham, our relationship with the Father was irrevocably altered. Discover the awesome nature of the Covenant and the revelation of how this timeless ritual radically shifted when God sacrificed His Son on the cross ...when the Covenant Maker changed Heaven and Earth to become the Covenant Keeper.

Dr. Jim Garlow is the senior pastor of Skyline Wesleyan Church in La Mesa, California. He is also a best selling author, sought after speaker, and an acknowledged expert on both church history and leadership principles.
Dr. Garlow holds a Ph.D. in Historical Theology from Drew University, and he brings a rich background to his speaking and teaching ministry.
Dr. Garlow and his wife Carol have been married over 35 years, and are very much a team in ministry. They are the proud parents of four children and are happy to tell you how much they enjoy being grandparents to four grandsons.
Visit for more information.

Additional information:
Dr. Jim Garlow The Covenant

The Covenant – The Book

The Covenant – DVD and book combo
Christian Book .com interview

March 16, 2008 Palm Sunday
Guest: Sandra Johnson - Director of Triad Ladder of Hope
Triad Ladder of Hope Ministry is a faith based, non governmental, non profit organization… helping women and girls trapped in modern day slavery.
Giving them HOPE, safety, security and freedom in a Christ-like manner.

FREE training sessions on Human Trafficking and Sex Trafficking presented by the local Salvation Army and Triad Ladder of Hope.
Training is free (snacks / lunch provided) Registration is required.

Training sessions will be offered in three different locations:
High Point - Monday, March 17
Location: Hope Outreach Center, 2800 Westchester Drive
Time: 9:00am until 1:00

Winston Salem - Tuesday, March 18
Location: Salvation Army Washington Corps Bldg.,
1411 S. Broad Street
Time: 12:30 until 4:30

Greensboro - Wednesday, March 19
Location: Salvation Army CORPS Community Bldg; 821 Aycock St.
Time: 9:00 am until 12:00

Contact Sandra Johnson with Triad Ladder of HOPE (336) 883-2233
Click on ‘Training’ link at the bottom of the page.
Triad Phone: (336) 883-2233
National HOTLINE: 888 – 3737 - 888
Local HOTLINE: (336) 906-3844

Also...What is the Midway Cross Walk? Well, it started as a 'Senior' project. Andrew Woods will share more about the event coming up on ‘Good Friday’ morning, March 21, 2008.
Starting at 10am on the lawn of Oak Forest UMC on Old Highway 52 in Midway.
The Midway Cross Walk will end at Midway UMC (at about 11:30am).
A complementary meal will be served.

For more information call (336) 764-0990

March 09, 2008
Guest: Christopher Petree with the Forsyth County Beekeepers Association
All you ever wanted to know about bees, honey and getting started in the bee business!
'Bee School 2008' will be held in March and April.
Details at

Guest: Paulette Pouncey
"You're NOT Trash but Treasure' Conference for ex-offenders this Monday and Tuesday (March 10-11) at 6:30pm at Greater Cleveland Avenue Christian Church
(336) 661-0226

March 02, 2008
Mark Kadel…North Carolina Affiliate director with World Relief (High Point)
Tasha Lee…Volunteer coordinator
World Relief is the humanitarian branch of the National Association of Evangelicals. They assist legal refugee immigrants entering the US through the Federal Refugee Resettlement Program. They also offer assistance to victims of Human Trafficking.
Local number in High Point: (336) 887-9007

Also...Pastor Jackson Senyonga- Founder and senior pastor of Christian Life Church in Kampala, Uganda (East Africa)
Pastor Jackson will be the featured speaker at the 4th Annual Seeds of Hope Fundraising Banquet for Caroline’s Promise on Tuesday, March 4 at the Millenium Center (WS)
Call (336) 669-7340 for reservations.
Tickets are complimentary but seating is limited.

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