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Dwight Henry talks with Eric Vickers, Pastor of Praise Cathedral Church of God in Cookeville. They discuss his life growing up and attending church since birth, his experience accepting Christ at the age of 8 and how that would lead him to ministry, what it was like preparing for his first sermon by fasting for an entire week, as well as what his journey to becoming a pastor was like.
Caroline Moore sits down with Brie Flora and Brandy Lynn, owners of The Silver Fern in Cookeville. They discuss their respective backgrounds and lifestyle interests, how they came together to combine their interests and open a wellness and art-centric center, as well as the various kinds of services and products that they plan to provide at the brand new gallery and store.
Kelly Swallows meets with Nancy Knowlton, Executive Director of the Cookeville Pregnancy Clinic. They discuss the history of the organization and how it has grown over the past 34 years, the story behind their new location in Cookeville, the services that they provide for expecting mothers and families, as well as how they can continue to assist these women and families after the baby is born.
Glenn Jones talks with Paula Stover, Director of the Overton County Heritage Museum. They discuss the county's early history including when it was established, her new book on Revolutionary War soldiers in the area that is now on sale at the museum, as well as the various other kinds of history that they work on recording including family, church, and cemetery histories.
Dwight Henry sits down with Kristen Miller, Pastor of Praise and Worship at Living Hope Church in Cookeville. They discuss the story of how Living Hope Church got its start in her family's home and how it has grown over the years, what it was like growing up and attending church with a family of pastors, what her roles are at the church, and the importance of children's ministry.
Kelly Swallows talks with Tim McLauchlin, Executive Director of Adult & Teen Challenge of the Upper Cumberland. They discuss what brought him to the Upper Cumberland, how the organization got its start in the area, how they assist adults and teens struggling with addiction, the various programs that they offer, as well as how anyone in need of help can become involved with them.
Glenn Jones sits down with Smith County local Vonda Dixon. They discuss where her interest in local history and genealogy comes from, how she became involved in studying and reenacting the life of early 1800s Jackson County native Aunt Polly Williams, the details of Aunt Polly's life, as well as what made her so unique during the time period that she was alive.
Dwight Henry talks with Bob Sotis, Associate Pastor with Life Church. They discuss his role and responsibilities at Life Church, his life and background and how he discovered his call to ministry, as well as how he and other members of Life Church assist other churches in the area with their missions.
Caroline Moore talks with Lori Hatcher, owner of Blindesigns in Cookeville. They discuss the story of her life and career, how her business got its start, how she got into cycling to help stay fit, as well as the story of how and why her and her husband moved from the middle of town out to a farm.
Kelly Swallows sits down with Lisa Mackie, Executive Director of Deeper Still Upper Cumberland in Sparta. They discuss how the organization got its start and how she became involved, how they assist the men and women of the Upper Cumberland who have been impacted by abortion, as well as details surrounding the various retreats that they hold for those men and women.
Glenn Jones talks with John Allen, President of the Putnam County Fair Board. They discuss the history of the Putnam County Fair, what the Fair Board's responsibilities are, the amount and various types of work that go into making the fair happen, the status of the new fairgrounds location, as well as what visitors can expect at this year's fair.
Dwight Henry sits down with Brother Ben Chapman, Founder and President of Lighthouse Christian Camp in Smithville. They discuss how he discovered his call to ministry at the age of 37, his time pastoring in Celina and how his time there impacted him and his community, as well as what his ministry program for pastors at the camp entails.
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