Doug Hardy is joined in the studio by Todd Durbin, Executive Director of Hands of Hope Northwest in Nampa. Hands of Hope Northwest is a Christian, humanitarian, non-profit organization dedicated to helping people locally and globally by providing healthcare support. Their mission is to improve the quality of life for people with health or mobility issues by redistributing donated medical equipment and supplies to individuals and partnering organizations, domestically and internationally.
This morning Doug is talking to Kimbra Shaw, the Executive Director for Love INC Boise.
Love INC is comprised of 40 churches in Boise. It was started by the churches to meet the needs of individuals in a coordinated way. There are over 150 Love INCs in the United States. Our Love INC first opened in 2008 and has help hundreds of families in our community.
Today in the studio Mark is talking to Sandy Jones. Sandy is the Executive Director of Parole Commission in Idaho.
Sandy Jones moved to Boise in 2005. She has worked in the corrections field in various capacities since 1991. Her experience includes case management, substance abuse treatment, community correction, jail programs and misdemeanor probation. She was appointed by Governor Otter as Executive Director of the Commission of Pardons and Parole in August of 2014.
On the phone is Tom Kraeuter to talk about worship? What is worship? How do we worship? How should we worship? Tom Kraeuter (pronounced Kroyter) is one of America’s leading voices on Christian worship. He serves as Executive Director of Training Resources, a ministry devoted to strengthening Christians in their relationships with God and with one another.
Phil Johnson was in town for the Spreading the Heritage Bible Conference at Heritage Bible Church.
Phil is the Executive Director of Grace to You. He has been closely associated with John MacArthur since 1981 and edits most of John’s major books. But he may be best known for several popular Web sites he maintains, including The Spurgeon Archive and The Hall of Church History.