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Author Kay Arthur talks to Scott Herrold about fresh vision for living in 2017. As an 83 year old woman, Kay shares how she sees God working in our world today. You will walk away encouraged after listening to this conversation! She talks about the way Christians have shared truth through the 1950's through now. She talks about breaking through with truth when culture doesn't want to hear it.
Author Ravi Zacharis talks about living in a post truth culture. He shares ideas so you can make a more intentional impact in your office or school.
Ravi Zacharias is speaking at the Proclaim Conference at Calvary Chapel Las Vegas on Saturday 1/28. Kay Arthur, Brian Broderson & Derek Neider will speak as well. Scott Herrold will emcee the conference.
You can find more info at www.missions2017.org
Peter Engel was producer & creator of Saved by The Bell. He shared his story of addiction, faith and success in Hollywood. He has a book called; I Was Saved By The Bell.
It's being hosted by Calvary Chapel Of Salt Lake, 460 West Century Drive. Proceeds will help Judy Harris & Edna Drake participate in a Samaritan's Purse Shoebox Distribution in Africa. Purchase tickets online by clicking on the Event WebPage link.
The January Breakfast Meeting will be at God's Place in Ogden, 3717 Grant Ave. The Board will share their vision for 2017. RSVP by calling or texting (801) 648-3881.
Please pray with us as we seek to resolve the technical issues that have taken SOS Radio off the FM airwaves in the Southern Nevada area. We can still be heard online here at sosradio.net as well as the free SOS Radio app.
In all other locations outside of the Vegas Valley and closer surrounding areas, we are still on-the-air over FM. Thank you for your prayers!
Volunteers are needed the count of the homeless in our community on January 24th and January 25th. The city is putting together volunteer teams to drive around to assigned areas on the overnight.
Last year volunteers coounted 6,208 people sleeping on the streets or in homeless shelters in Las Vegas.
To sign up to volunteer go to: helphopehome.org/volunteer
The Southern Nevada Homeless Census shows us how many people are on the streets and in shelters in our city. It gives us a snapshot of the challenges our community faces. The count is a requirement for federal grants that support housing, job training and other programs that can help move homeless individuals off the streets and back onto society. Last year, Southern Nevada received more than $13 million dollars from those grants that goes directly to those in need in our community.
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Southeast Christian Church, 1881 East Vine Street, in the Murray/Holladay area, presents The Art Of Marriage Friday March 10 beginning at 7pm, and Saturday March 11 beginning at 9am. FMIC (801) 272-5256 or click on the WebPage link.