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12 Days of Hope

12 Days of Hope

3 December 2018 CFR Events Featured Heard On-Air


Listen weekdays to hear stories of God at work in the community through local ministries and nonprofits.
Click on each day to listen and learn!
This day is to showcase generosity… hearing how God is equipping people to be generous.
First Southern National Bank promotes JOG: Journey of Generosity.  This is a set apart time of connecting with people to really explore the biblical description of generosity and to grow our perspective, thinking and action in the whole concept of what it means to be generous. If you are interested in learning more contact Scott Turner at 270-781-6872.

Day 2 features veterans and the organizations who serve them.

 

  Bowling Green:

 Owensboro:
 Glasgow:

Day 3 spotlights the impact of St. Benedict’s Shelter for Men.

St. Benedict’s is a temporary refuge for the homeless men in Owensboro. Their mission is to provide a safe, non-judgmental environment where residents can have a warm place to sleep, shower, eat, and wash their laundry in a Christian atmosphere. St. Benedict’s addresses barriers many of these men face in becoming independent by providing life skills classes, acute case management, ministering, transitional housing, and advocating services and resources. They also provide spiritual counseling through Bible studies and more.

Day 4 showcases the work of The Foundry.

The Foundry is a Christian Community Center focused on providing the children of Bowling Green opportunities to succeed. Their mission is to develop leaders among the children and young people of the West End of Bowling Green through education, health and fitness, and spiritual development.

 

While they are focused on the empowerment of the children in their academy and programs, The Foundry is committed to the community of the West End of Bowling Green. The Foundry is working towards a spiritual and community transformation that will improve the city and the souls of everyone involved.

Day 5 tells the story God at work through Emmaus & Chrysalis of South Central Kentucky
Upcoming opportunities:
  • Men’s Emmaus Walk #93 – March 14-17, 2019 @ Christ United Methodist Church, Bowling Green
  • Women’s Emmaus Walk #94 – March 21-24, 2019 @ Christ United Methodist Church, Bowling Green
  • Chrysalis Flight #28 – January 19-21, 2019 @ James E. Bazzell Middle School,  Scottsville
The Walk to Emmaus is a spiritual renewal program intended to strengthen the local church through the development of Christian disciples and leaders. The experience begins with a 72-hour short course in Christianity, comprised of fifteen short talks by laypersons and clergy on the themes of God’s grace, disciplines of Christian discipleship, and what it means to be the church. The course is wrapped in prayer and meditation, special times of worship, joyful ‘surprises’, and daily celebration of Holy Communion.
Chrysalis is a similar experience for youth– two nights, for sophomores in high school through freshmen in college. Closely chaperoned, Chrysalis includes both boys and girls. Some of the sessions are co-ed; some are not. Of course, sleeping quarters are separate and well-supervised.

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