World Christian Broadcasting has such an incredible story to tell, we want to share it everywhere. We would like to come to your town, to your church, to your civic club, to tell the story. Listed below are people who would be happy to come speak for you. They have a toolbox filled with ways to share the story: personal experience, a video presentation, brochures – or they’ll be happy to just sit around over coffee and tell you about this vibrant ministry. Give us a call to arrange for a speaker.
Andy Baker, President, will divide his time between the Franklin office and travelling the country to tell the World Christian story. A native of Hohenwald, Tennessee, Andy’s background includes 50 years in the preaching ministry and 15 years of administration in Hospice. When you’ve heard Andy speak on the story of World Christian Broadcasting, you’ll know everything there is to know. Charles Caudill, President of Emeritus of World Christian Broadcasting, has lived and worked in Tennessee, New York, Connecticut, California, and Texas. A former executive with The Travelers Insurance Company, he owned his own business in Texas for 15 years and was deeply involved in community service and with his church. He will frame his message around the theme, “The Best is Yet To Be.”

Gayle Crowe began work as Vice President for Programming in 2007. For 27 years he served on World Christian’s Board of Directors while he ministered to churches in New Jersey and Indiana. As he speaks with churches, retelling “A Story of Homecoming,” he communicates the message of World Christian Broadcasting’s unique role in the Kingdom.

Andy Connelly travels throughout the South and Southeast preaching and telling the story of World Christian. He gets to the very heart of our mission as he develops the theme, “The Masses Won’t Come to You!”
To arrange for any of these people
to speak, call Andy Baker,
at 615-371-8707, ext. 101.

World Christian Broadcasting
605 Bradley Court, Franklin, Tennessee 37067, TEL: 615-371-8707

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