Bob Schulz, “The Retirement Guy” helps us around the
labyrinth of Social Security with information people need regardless of their
Country Music recording artist Christie Gerwinat talks
about letting the light of Jesus shine through her while working onstage in a
Jim Copeland, president of HeavenFest, talks about the
upcoming 2-day festival that’s expected to attract 25,000 people from all over
the country to Bandimere Speedway August 7 and 8.
David Matthews from Spark of Life talks about their
all-expense-paid three-day retreats for people experiencing grief.
Sean Dunn from Groundwire talks about the innovate way
Groundwire is reaching out to teens and twenties way of online chats.
Rich Peil from Step Seven, a
Christ-centered ministry in Parker, talks about their 28-day program on their
ranch to help alcohol and drug addicts.
The chaplain of the Adams County Detention Facility, Yong Hui
McDonald, and ministry volunteer Kathy Oasheim, discuss their ministry
of writing, publishing, and distributing books to jails and prisons
throughout the world containing the testimonies of inmates
Tim Scanlon, a former businessman who has had a
lifelong desire to be a missionary, discusses his recent joining of Wycliffe
Bible Translators, and details the large range of opportunities for people with
Mike Williams, a police officer and police chaplain,
discusses the current assault on police in our country and his work in sharing
the Gospel with other officers.
Bob Schulz is known as “The Retirement Guy.” He’s a walking resource of
retirement information that he presents in seminars for churches and
other organizations. Unlike many other “retirement seminars,” Bob does
not sell investment products. He simply gives information.