Susan Turner, wife of Floyd and Mom to Bill, has recently taken on more duties in addition to being Financial Secretary for the corporation. Helping with newsletter articles and some of the day-to-day operations, frees up Floyd to pursue the recent expansion projects. Susan also enjoys reading and projects around her house - mostly the projects that bloom!
Did you see the movie "The Blind Side"? You might also want to listen to FamilyLife Today with Dennis Rainey. Sean & Leigh Ann Tuohy, whose story the movie was based upon, were guests on FamilyLife. You can listen by visiting familylife.com and going to the broadcast archives. Check out July 14-16 for the "real" story!
John Hayden will be broadcasting live today at Crossroads Christian Church, located at 10800 Lincoln Rd (at Lloyd Expressway and I-164) Newburgh. Volunteers will be preparing and packing 500,000 meals to send to Haiti. Crossroads is partnering with Feed My Starving Children ministry, fmsc.org.
Evansville City Wide revival is bringing Dr. Tony Evans to the Victory Theatre on September 14-16. The event is free to the entire community. Services begin at 7:00 pm nightly. Call 812-422-4628 for more information.
It will bless your heart, as it did mine, when you read about Maria's Big House of Hope, dedicated in memory of Steven Curtis Chapman's daughter who was taken from the family in a tragic car accident. Read the family blogs at stevencurtischapman.com to see how God is bringing a blessing out of a great sorrow. The pictures speak a thousand words!
Also, Steven will be singing in Indianapolis this weekend for the Women of Faith Conference!
The Broadcast Freedom Act of 2009 was re-introduced in both the House and Senate yesterday. Rep. Mike Pence (R-IN) first introduced the bill in 2007 along with Rep. Greg Walden (R-OR). It is the bill aimed at stopping any re-establishment of the Fairness Doctrine. Senate sponsor Jim DeMint (R-SC) says the Act "would keep radio airwaves free from government censorship and suppression." DeMint's co-sponsor is Sen. John Thune (R-SD). The bill has 24 co-sponsors on the Senate side and more than 110 in the House. This bill has the National Religious Broadcasters' full support.