Scheduled programs for June 2011

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!
Phone: 764-0696
Website: http://sharonshoaf.com/











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/
Check out The Career Man on Facebook

And...

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). 
http://www.matthewwest.com/










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.


Contact info…
Phone / text: 416 - 5367
FACEBOOK: Maplewood Women's Center Prayer Group
EMAIL: MaplewoodWomensCenter@gmail.com

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