James is Executive Director of Serving Our Neighbor, and Maggie is Sponsor Coordinator for Second Half Now. They discuss how the program sponsors help with the mission of the show to energize and equip Boomers and Beyonders for purposeful and productive living. They also explain the significant exposure sponsors receive as they offer their products and services to a generation is looking for value and integrity in all areas of their life.
The 50-plus generation is uniquely positioned to step up and get involved. And the world needs us now more than ever! What do we have to offer, what can we do, and why is it so important? If you are feeling restless, or want a more rewarding and fulfilling life, take a step forward and trust God to guide you. Start a ministry, or get involved in one that is already running. Here’s how…and why!
As an international ministry leader for many years, Don knows how to get people plugged in to rewarding and fruitful service. He has helped countless people find – and fulfill – meaningful positions of service that are uniquely suited for how God has shaped them. His recent book, “I Want To Make a Difference Now” is a call to take that step. Warning: you’ll never be the same!
There’s something unique and powerful when young children interact with seniors with various types and stages of dementia. Working a puzzle, painting a picture, reading a story, singing a song, or simply having lunch together, the magic happens every day at GenTog. This is a model of business and ministry that can be replicated by churches around the region. The results are amazing, the smiles are priceless.
One of the passengers on the only plane ever to take a mid-air terrorist bomb explosion and still land with survivors, Jeanette knows about trauma and drama. Her miraculous story and many others form the content of her recently-released book, “Extravagant Graces: 23 Inspirational Stories of Facing Impossible Odds”. Jeanette interviewed many prominent people to get the inside of their stories, and how they were recipients of God’s “extravagant grace”.