Rachel Kendall discusses her newly released book, “Abide, side by side- Learning to draw closer to Jesus together in a world that’s wandering away.” Rachel shares how looking for our worth in the things of the world, rather than in Jesus, will eventually crumble leaving us empty and despairing. Her book is designed as a discipleship tool, where girls and women of all ages can meet and answer questions the book offers in order to build one another’s faith in Christ. There is also a video series that accompanies the book to be used in a class setting.
Pastor Ricky Floyd of the Pursuit of God Transformation Center stops by reflecting on recent birthday turning 56, how Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s life and ministry has impacted his life, the honor of the “Pastor Ricky Floyd Avenue” dedication, impact of cocaine in the black community, and the church’s role dealing with Memphis Crime. Pastor Ricky also shares a new business the church has initiated, Regroup Upscale Thrift Boutique to address poverty concerns in the Frayer community of our city.
Denise Turner, Kallie Guinter, and Zeek Turner bring us up to date on the Unknown Child Foundation, raising funds for a memorial in remembrance of the 1.5 million children who perished in the Holocaust. We’ll provide details on the NEVER FORGET Banquet that includes a Silent Auction with many great prizes like Memphis Grizzlies donation of a basketball signed by the team. One of few remaining Holocaust survivors Jack Cohen to share his story and Captain Roy Cash, nephew of Johnny Cash, performing his song made famous by Johnny (I still miss someone) as well as new lyrics written by Generation SC sponsor for the banquet.