Lindsay Hassell & her husband fostered 2 children and had one of their own, she talks about how the process went and says “If one family of every church in Arkansas would open their homes to a child there would be no more waiting kids.” she contines to tell us that there is hesitation- was it worth risking , because of fear but the joy outshines any fear that we had.
October 17, 1979, Cannon Dee’s world turned upside down when his mother who was out shopping came home to discover a man broke into their home and she was murdered. Cannon’s journey from unforgiveness to forgiving wasn’t easy, but when Jesus came into his life, everythng changed, he changed and so did his unforgiveness. Listen to this story of how one man though facing difficulties has now become a changed man. #thecallwithnancysabato #forgivingtheunforgivable #CannonDees
Tarvoris Uzoigwe or as people know him as T – an evangelist working at the University of Arkansas @ Pine Bluff and making bets with students that he could beat them at basketball. T walks up to people and interviews them to find out if they know Jesus and if they don’t he engages them in conversation. But he wasn’t always like this, he was lost and lived in the times of gangs in Little Rock Arkansas, he tells us that he would break into peoples houses, got in trouble in school and burnt down the elementary school. But his mother prayed and they got invited to a church. His life changed and he tells us how we can talk to people about Jesus. He speaks to the Lost…….So they can be found #thecallwithNancySabato #BootsonthegroundguyT #SpeakingtoTheLost http://www.thecallwithnancysabato.com