Scheduled programs for August 2011

August 28, 2011

Joy Moreau - State Coordinator for Moms in Touch International

“Moms in Touch” impacts the community by gathering Christian mothers to pray for their children and schools (worldwide).
Event...
Ask YOUR church to part of "Bless our Schools Sunday” (September 18, 2011)
Moms in Touch encourages area churches to pray for area school teachers and staff plus students and their families.
www.momsintouch.org/



Dave Cortman - Alliance Defense Fund
Senior Counsel for the Alliance Defense Fund’s (Atlanta office)

We will get an UPDATE from Dave Cortman, with the Alliance Defense Fund, on the Forsyth County Commissioners decision to appeal the latest sectarian prayer ruling (or praying to a specific deity such as Jesus Christ) to the Supreme Court. What must happen within the next 90 days?
(Back in 2007, the ACLU filed a lawsuit suggesting that sectarian prayer (or prayers to a specific deity such as Jesus Christ) before public governmental meetings is unconstitutional)


Find out more about the case and the Alliance Defense Fund
http://www.telladf.org/





 
August 21, 2011
WBFJ Ministry of the Month for August is Triad Ladder of Hope Ministry
 Guest: Sandra Johnson - founder and director of Triad Ladder of Hope
     (plus,  'Andrea' will share her testimony about being rescued from labor trafficking)


Working to free victims of human trafficking. Re-building Lives and Giving Hope
…One Step at a Time.
 Triad Ladder of Hope Ministry is a non-governmental, non-profit Christian ministry assisting women and girls escape from human trafficking (or modern day slavery).
Local Triad phone number: 881- 5416
HOTLINE: 1 - 888 – 373 - 7888On the web: www.triadladderofhope.org






August 14, 2011
Guest: Dr G. Scott Morris "Healthcare You Can Live With"
Dr Morris is the founder of the Church Health Center in Memphis, Tennessee.  The center has over 1,000 doctor volunteers who provide care for over 70,000 people in the Memphis area.  All WITHOUT federal funding! 

How to become a church health center:  www.chreader.org
BOOK:  "Healthcare You Can Live With" 
                            www.healthcareyoucanlivewith.com/
                                    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqUT_RewGvs


Update:  The ongoing famine in East Africa. 
Lyndsey Gammage (Mission Network News) talks with Jeff Palmer (Baptist Global Response) about the need for food, water and medicine in Kenya, Samolia and Ethiopia.  http://www.gobgr.org/


Robin Parrish (National known / Local Author)
Latest Book:   "Vigilante"
http://www.robinparrish.com/









August 07, 2011
Emily Davis - Fleet Feet Sports in Winston-Salem
Emily will explain why we need a really good pair of running shoes or athletic shoes in order to keep our feet (and the rest of our body) healthy and free from pain.

Fleet Feet Sports and the Winston-Salem Rescue Mission are hosting the Mission 5K Run / walk on Saturday, August 13, 2011.
The Mission 5K was created in partnership between Fleet Feet Sports and the Winston-Salem Rescue Mission, in an effort to benefit two mission-oriented charities that are driven by reaching out to others in need. 100% of race proceeds benefit Winston-Salem Rescue Mission and Mission: Feet First.
Find out more about the Mission 5K:   www.fleetfeetwinston-salem.com/mission5k
Winston-Salem Rescue Mission    www.wsrescue.org/


Some of the myths associated with Multiple Sclerosis:
MS is a fatal disease...
Everyone with MS ends up in a wheelchair...
Life is hopeless...NOT true.


Shelly Peterman Schwarz (best selling author and speaker) will dispel the Top 3 MYTHS about Multiple Sclerosis (MS).  Shelly has lived with MS for 30 years.  
Shelley's Tips for making life easier:   http://makinglifeeasier.com/

The mission of MS HOPE Trials is to improve the quality of life for individuals suffering from a wide array of debilitating conditions linked by a common cause, a mismanagement of calcium at the cellular level
Find out more: 
http://mshopetrials.org/
Quincy Bioscience has identified a unique compound, originating from a jellyfish, which helps to regulate intracellular calcium levels and alleviate the toxic effects of excess calcium in the brain.



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