Christian Family Talk Radio Show discusses the responsibility of the Church to Three-Generational Households this Saturday, August 14, 2010 at 6pm
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- August 7, 2010 Families With Faith, the BlogTalkRadio show of www.FamiliesWithFaith.com, airs "Caring for my Parents, Raising my Children" on Saturday August 14th, at 6pm. Together, the ladies will tackle this week’s ‘Real-talk’ discussion, "The New Generation of family. Supporting the Special Needs of Three Generational Households", and the Hot Topic: "What happened to the widows? Displaying the Heart of Christ by caring for the widows and widowers." Author, Minister and Host, Letetia Mullenix is joined by Sister Angela Claiborne, of Greater Vision Evangelistic Ministries, as they offer encouragement, hope, insight and biblical instruction to families regarding the modern issues addressing Christian families of today.
Families with Faith is pleased to have Jane Allison Austin, Attorney and Elder Advocate as this week's special guest. Jane Allison Austin is a devout Christian, an attorney and elder care advocate. She is also the founder of LoveYourParents.com and began the site in response to her own care of her elderly mother. It is only her faith that helped her get through the difficult time. The site, which often quotes encouraging scripture, chronicles her emotional changes as well as provided tips for those who were going through the same experience. Since her mother's passing Jane Allison has made it her mission in life to help others create the tools they need to embrace taking care of your elderly parents without being taken advantage of and encourages others to rely on the Lord in difficult times.
Join our host and special guest, Jane Allison Autsin, in a lively, informative, intuitive and biblical examination of the Daily Question and Hot Topic.
About the Hosts:
Letetia Mullenix is the author of the newly released Promise Road: Walking Through the Process that Manifests the Promise and Promise Road: The Study Guide. As a community-minded entrepreneur, Letetia also owns Creative For God Designs, a web-design and web-hosting business aimed toward meeting the needs of small businesses and non-profits. In 2009, she began www.FamiliesWithFaith.org, a social network "ministry community" whose purpose is to "offer hope and support as we stand on faith for the promises of God regarding our families". Minister Mullenix's greatest passion is for the wholeness and healing of families. Visit her website at www.LetetiaMullenix.com or www.thePromiseRoad.com.
Angela C. Claiborne is the co-founder of Greater Vision Evangelistic Ministries, in Richmond, VA. Devoted to the vision of the ministry, she and her husband share a passion to ensure that their God-given mandate is carried out: the Ministry of Reconciliation. Sister Claiborne is anointed to minister the Word of God with love, patience and simplicity. She encourages the people of God to seek out and fulfill the purpose of God in their lives and develop strong relationships with God and with their families.
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