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November is National Adoption Month. With this in mind, we invited Clay and Michele Schroff, the experts on Adoption and Foster care, into the studio to share their insights along with information about some upcoming opportunities for support.

More than ever threats to our church community must be taken seriously. Hoping for the best and planning for the worst is crucial. Having decades of experience in law enforcement and ministry, Jimmy Meeks shares insight to equip the body of Christ. Joined by the Safety Team Supervisor for Calvary Church, Vince Harrison, Jimmy also let’s us know about an upcoming seminar coming to nearby Rio Rancho.

The Marketing Director for The Education Trust Board of New Mexico, Carolyn Fittipaldi is joined in studio by the CEO and President of both the New Mexico Community Trust and the Albuquerque Community Foundation, Randy Royster. Together they provide the details about a new program, Saving for Success Award which provides up to 50 New Mexico K – 8 students with a 529 Plan valued at $1000.

The New Mexico Dream Center continues to provide assistance to those dealing with addictions, homelessness or victimization from human trafficking. The Executive Director for the New Mexico Dream Center, Shelley Repp, provides information on how the ministry continues to reach out to the needy in our community.

Christians making music don’t always fit into the box that the Christian Music Industry has prepared for consumption. Sometimes artists take the road less traveled to provide a unique experience for those prepared to listen. On National Fine Art Appreciation Day Brian Nixon and Eli Arrigotti of Low To Ground share details and samples of their latest release, “Quaker Gun”.

As Noah Webster College prepares for their Creation Essentials Mini-Seminar, Terry Hardin and Ken Ammi, both speakers at the event, give us a sneak peek on what to expect as well as letting us know why defense of our Biblical beliefs is so important.