Equipping To Serve

Podcast_Art3Welcome to the weekly podcast of “My Brother’s Keeper,” inciting a conspiracy of kindness and good deeds. This podcast of our weekly radio program is your opportunity to get informed and to join the conspiracy. We try to make certain that each podcast features information, lessons, insights and interviews concerning such issues as homelessness, hunger, and people in crisis. Our goal goes beyond talking about issues.  We want to combine practical solutions with personal encouragement and offer a challenge to our listeners to get personally involved. While our perspective is that of historic Evangelical Christian faith, and while much of our audience is Christian, the issues we discuss and the solutions we offer go far beyond the walls of any Church or religious organization. We hope you will listen, become part of the conversation, and join our growing conspiracy of kindness and good deeds.

“Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as you can.”  – John Wesley

This Week’s Program Notes

20150121_145957Welcome to another weekly “Radio Roundtable.” Our Roundtables air on Saturday mornings at 10:00AM on the 5 stations of the American Christian Network.  Find our full program schedule here!  This week’s Roundtable is our Pastor’s Roundtable and is entitled “Equipping To Serve.” It features an interveiw with three local Spokane area pastors who lead by example when it comes to both equipping and serving.  Bill Dropko, Pastor of Greenacres Christian Fellowship on Barker Road, Jack Wood Pastor of Northwest Bible Church of Mead, and Ian Robertson, Former Pastor of Valley Church of the Nazarene and currently with the Christian Service Teams and the Inland Northwest Fuller Center For Housing.

 

 

On Next  Week’s Roundtable

Next week’s Roundtable will be a “Women’s Roundtable” featuring people working with women emerging from poverty, homelessness, domestic violence and human trafficking in our community. They’ll be joining me at the table for a wide-ranging discussion concerning the importance of serving “the least of these” throughout our community. Join us then!