Roger Lowther, founder, and director of Community Arts Tokyo, assisting church planting through the arts. Roger and his family have served in Japan with Mission to the World since 2005. He shares amazing stories of rebuilding lives and hope for Japanese families devastated by the tsunami and earthquake of 2011, the strongest earthquake in Japan’s recorded history. This month, March 2023 marks the 10th anniversary of the devastating Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami. Roger shares about relief efforts and how music played an instrumental part in connecting to hopeless hearts. Roger was formerly organist at Second Presbyterian Church in Memphis, TN.
Mid-South View Point is a public affairs program addressing concerns that are vital to the Christian community in the Mid-South. This show is produced by Bott Radio Network in Memphis.
Guest Hosts Shelley Sumner and Rachel Davis are back with part two with their guests Alexis Brown and Karen McNeil, sharing practical ways to engage your State Representatives in a positive and polite way concerning issues and legislation that may be contrary to a Biblical worldview.
Guest Host Shelley Sumner is filling in for Byron Tyler and welcomes her Mom, Becky Deaux. Becky has greatly influenced Shelley’s life, including leading her to Christ as a little girl. Becky shares how her journey with Christ began as well as God’s faithfulness through a frightful road of breast cancer. As a grandma of 12 grandchildren, Becky as developed a weeklong time to study the Bible with the kids that she organizes each summer. This week has been labeled, “Grandma’s Bible Camp”.
Guest Hosts Shelley Sumner and Rachel Davis welcome Alexis Brown and Karen McNeil who share practical ways to engage your State Representatives in a positive and polite way concerning issues and legislation that may be contrary to a Biblical worldview.
Seventy-Five percent of pastors report being “extremely stressed” or “highly stressed.” Bishop Fredrick Gillam, Executive Pastor of Journey Church Memphis and Director of Clinical Services at Church Developers Network provides details on The Shepherds Care Symposium, a day of self-care for Pastors, Ministry Leaders, and Therapists/Counselors coming March 4th. The goal is for each attendee to leave the Symposium feeling refreshed, renewed, and revived.
Stacy Dodd, Certified Addiction Interventionist was once a homeless man addicted to drugs living in the woods. We'll discuss Stacy’s journey to being clean now for 23 years and the struggle of addiction for so many.