June 26, 2011
The Piedmont Diaper Bank is a local chapter of Newborns in Need in Forsyth County
Valerie, Carrie and Nicole with the Piedmont Diaper Bank in Forsyth County will share how we can become a volunteer or even organizing a diaper drive in our community.More information: http://www.piedmontdiaperbank.org/
Sharon Shoaf - local author with a new children’s book
“Aaron-Autics: Aaron, The Helping Hand Airplane”
The book helps to explain that people (like talking planes) are unique and sometimes need a tune-up to stay on a safer and healthier path. The story of Aaron the airplane is connected to the story of Arron and Moses from Exodus 17. There is also a glossary section in the back of the book explaining terms used in the book. The book is excellently illustrated by Sharon's oldest son Michael Shoaf. Great for all ages!
June 19, 2011
Rex A Hobson is the Career Development Coordinator at Davie High School
Topic: Helping your student find his or her career path.
Career assement: http://www.cfnc.org/
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Singer / songwriter Matthew West, the father of two young daughters, shares the story behind his latest single "Strong Enough'. Plus, Matthew and his wife just got back from a Operation Shoebox delivery to Panama (with Samaritan's Purse).
June 12, 2011
Our WBFJ ‘Ministry of the Month’ for June is Maplewood Women's Center
GUESTS: Diana Chandler and Lora Geer
Maplewood Women's Center is a NEW pro-life / Christian based crisis pregnancy intervention center, uniquely located over the Planned Parenthood offices, at 3000 Maplewood Avenue (Suit 102), in Winston-Salem.
-ALL services are offered FREE of charge.
-Walk-ins are always welcome.
Maplewood Women's Center provides expectant women accurate information about their pregnancy, development of their unborn baby, lifestyle issues and related concerns.
NOTE: Maplewood Women's Center does NOT offer, recommend or refer women for abortions, but are committed to offering accurate information about abortion procedures and risks.
Maplewood Women's Center has a three-fold purpose:
-Reach abortion-minded women with compassionate, practical services.
-Minister to people who have already suffered an abortion experience.
-To be a ‘light on a hill’ for the community and for workers in the abortion business.
Phone / text: 416 - 5367
FACEBOOK: Maplewood Women's Center Prayer Group