Scheduled programs for July 2011

July 31, 2011

According to Barna Research, over 50% of youth will leave the church and their Christian Faith during their College years. Are there any solutions?

Guest: Scott T. Brown
Executive Producer of the movie "Divided - Is Age Segregated Ministry Multiplying or Dividing the Church?"
Author of the book "A Weed in the Church"
Director of the National Center for Family Integrated Churches  
www.ncfic.org

Scott will share his insight on the following...
What is 'age segregated' ministry?
What is 'family integrated' ministry?
Is the modern Christian Church model holding true to scripture when teatching our youth groups?

Check out the documentary "Divided" online for FREE for the next 45 days www.dividedthemovie.com


Also…
Bio-Degradable Beach Toys
Valerie Lecoeur - owner of Zoe B. Organic in Winston-Salem
These earth-friendly creations are made from corn sugar and are BPA FREE.
(As seen on NBC's TODAY Show)


1-888-407-7008
Web: www.zoeborganic.com/zoe-b-biodegradable-toys.html





July 24, 2011
Are you a care giver? If you take care of small children, a person with disabilities or an elderly parent, you are a care giver. Dwight Bain, a nationally certified Christian counselor and 'Life Coach' with over 25 years of experience, will help us cope and give us hope in dealing with the topic of care-giver stress.

More information: http://lifeworksgroup.blogspot.com/2010/09/caregiver-stress-dangers-of-being-good.html



Plus, a tribute to Pastor David Burr, retired pastor of First Presbyterian Church in downtown Winston-Salem, who went to be with the Lord on July 10. He was 90 years old. ( David Burr was the father of US Senator Richard Burr ).  Pastor Burr will share a personal story of how serving others can and will draw us closer to the Lord.


Related article: www.journalnow.com/news/2011/jul/18/wsmain01-david-burr-remembered-as-a-father-church--ar-1215434/?sc_cid=WSJ-NEWS-AMDlyNews













July 17, 2011 

Guests: Adam Hull (and his wife Tonya)

From despair to deliverance…

Adam was only 8 years old when his family was stopped by Michael Hayes (at gun point) along Old Salisbury Road in southern Forsyth County on Sunday, July 17, 1988 (23 years ago this Sunday).  Adam’s father (Ronald) was fatally shot by Hayes and his mother (Darlene was wounded but survived). 

Adam was traumatized by the tragic incident, suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) for 16 years.  Learn how Adam finally surrendered to God (through Jesus Christ) and was delivered from PTSD and the hatred that was tearing his life apart.

The song at the end of the interview is “I Need You” by the band “Six Steps”

Find out more about Adam and his ministry:  http://www.bedelivered.org/









July 10, 2011
Billie Corne is the founder and chief-bus-driver of
"Taking it to the Street" Ministries
 Our WBFJ Ministry of the Month for July

Billie strives to be the 'hands and feet of Jesus' to those in need.  His white poka-dotted 'school bus' is loaded with clothing and a kind word along the way.   

Phone: 986-2885








July 03, 2011
David Barton - founder of WallBuilders, Inc.

WallBuilders is an organization dedicated to presenting America's forgotten history and heroes, with an emphasis on the moral, religious, and constitutional foundation on which America was built.


Topic: The 56 signers of the Declaration of Independence
Based on the 1848 book: "The Lives of the Signers"
(Reprinted by WallBuilders)

An interview with David Barton by Beverly LaHaye - formerly with the conservative organization ‘Concerned Women of America’


www.wallbuilders.com/

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