Oct. 1: Aishia Leverett (1pm); Leon Butler (1:30); Spiritual Perspectives (2pm)

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Aishia Leverett has her sights set on the Board of Education Seat, Dstrict 5. She’ll explain why as she speaks with Carl Leon Butler’s Augusta Mini Theater has an outstanding track record in working with our young people. He’ll talk about that record and more. Time to discuss another relevant issue from a biblical perspective.

May 20: Spiritual Perspectives (1st hour); Lynthia Ross (2nd hour)

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In this segment of Spiritual Perspectives, Carl will continue his discussion of Embracing Destiny: Challenges and All. The focus will be on the offense that God takes when His people reject Him and disobey Him. Our country has many great elected officials who do their best to make life better for us. But they have […]

March 19: Augusta Day at the Capitol (1st hour); Children and War (2nd hour)

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Having resolved a recording problem, Carl will share the experience that he and two busloads of people had while visiting the capitol (Atlanta) in February. You’ll hear from elected officials as well as a group of sharp high school students who expressed their concerns very clearly. We must continue to care about our children so […]

Dec. 19 – Representative Quincy Murphy (1st hour); Rebecca Wallace (2nd hour)

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State Rep. Quincy Murphy will join Carl to discuss Georgia’s state of affairs as well as the challenges and rewards of public service as an elected official. The Salvation Army contributes tremendously to the community by providing services that they are known for, such as temporarily housing those without shelter and feeding the hungry. But […]

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