- Wednesday, January 14, 2009
Two years ago, my wife wanted a divorce. FamilyLife Today was one of the first tools the Lord led me to in the restoration of our marriage.
Airing January 28-30, FamilyLife's annual three-day "Live Legacy" will be packed with stories, just like this one, from individuals who've been significantly impacted through the ministry of FamilyLife. Sharing updates from the popular daily radio program, Dennis Rainey and Bob Lepine will also talk about other avenues of influence such as Weekend to Remember® conferences, from the HomeBuilders study course to Hope for Orphans.
Committed to providing "help for today and hope for tomorrow," FamilyLife will share with listeners the key to continuing their endeavors throughout 2009. Their theme for this year's "Live Legacy" series, "We Need Each Other," underscores that partnership is vital. In light of the recent economic challenges, FamilyLife believes this will be an especially significant "Live Legacy" as listeners are invited to partner with the ministry by becoming Legacy Partners (monthly financial supporters).
New this year, stations will be offered multiple times to receive the live releases of this special programming via the new Amb-OS system—heightening the opportunity for enthusiastic managers to engage in local challenges as well.
For more information and updates about "Live Legacy," contact Michelle Blood.
"FamilyLife" is represented by Ambassador Advertising Agency, located in Irvine (CA). AAA has been privileged to serve as a leader in Christian broadcasting since 1959. The AAA team supports more than 20 ministry partners, each dedicated to communicating Truth and its practical application for today's culture. With the platform of a nearly 50-year legacy, a core objective at Ambassador is to utilize its media expertise, combined with innovative technology, to maximize Kingdom impact.