Monday, August 10, 2009

Journeys With Christ

"Journeys With Christ" is a radio show dedicated to sharing Christ's love through personal testimonies. You can hear "Journey's With Christ" each Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m. on 550AM Way Radio. Our guest will share how our Lord is working and molding their lives. These stories will inspire, encourage, and bring you closer to our Lord's purpose for your own life. Please join us each Saturday.

Upcoming Shows
Sept. 26 - Rene Williams -cancer survivor, blogger
Oct. 03 - Johnny Jones, Christian author
Oct. 10 - Christ's Starfish Foundation Story
Oct. 17 - Wolfson Children's Hospital interview
Oct. 24 - Christ's Starfish Foundation partners

Future Shows
Patrick Hayle - Executive Director City Rescue Mission
Mike McCoy - Former homeless person, business owner

If you are not near a radio, Journeys With Christ can also be heard by going to and clicking on 550AM and then click on listen online.
If you have a story to share about how our Lord is working in your life or in the life of someone you know, please contact us at . Thank you.

Sunday, August 9, 2009

"Joshua" Project Update

We are proud to announce that the "Joshua" Project, through our Lord's leading has come to a wonderful conclusion. On Thursday, August 6, 2009, Joshua's parents, Ian and Patrice Fletcher, took ownership of a 2001 Honda Odyssey minivan. The most incredible thing about the "Joshua" project is how our Lord continues to use "His" people to accomplish "His" work. Over twenty individuals contributed to make this dream a reality. To everyone that was obedient to God's call on their life, a sincere thank you comes from Joshua's family and well as Christ's Starfish Foundation. Without you, none of this work could be possible.

As you will recall, Joshua is a precious little boy born June 8, 2008 with Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA). Joshua has endured several surgeries with the last one making it necessary for him to be on a ventilator to assist him in breathing. Joshua's family needed to replace their small vehicle with one that had doors that would open wide to accomodate Joshua while attached to his ventilator and all the other equipment that he required (see previous post). Please join us in continuing to lift little Joshua up in prayer as he continues to endure the effects of this progressive disease.