Today was the day I sold hot dogs for The Horn Of Plenty, a charity program that provides food and toys to families in need over the holidays in the Minot ND area put on by KHRT Christian Radio. To read about the program click HERE. What could be better than helping local families, especially children, have a happy and memorable Christmas? The package KHRT delivers contains enough food for a Christmas diner (it's not a once size fits all, they find out how many people will be there for diner), gifts for the kids ages new born to 18, and a ministry gift. This years ministry gift is a copy of the movie "God's Not Dead II". They expect to serve about 300 families this year. To provide the ministy gift "God's Not Dead II" costs $15.00 per family. If you would like to help contribute and you missed me selling hot dogs click on the link above.
Pictured above from left to right is Roy Levett (station manager of KHRT) Brett Spangler (intern at National Marketing Realtors) Bob Timm (Owner/Broker of National Marketing Realtors). I was really struck by peoples generousity. Marketplace foods donated all the food and many people threw in a $5 or a $10 for a one dollar hot dog.
This is my entry into Belinda Spillman 's Third Annual Pay It Forward ActiveRain Challenge For November
Any time KHRT Christian Radio issues a call to help I usually jump right in because I know it's a cause that meets the Christian criteria that I like to give to. Christian radio played a big part in my salvation and I will always be deeply indebted to Christian Radio because of it.
Besides The Horn of Plenty I always volunteer for their "Shar-a-thons" twice a year by answering phones one of the mornings Share-a-thon is happening.