November 2008 / Bott Radio Network Founder Dick Bott Receives Humanitarian Award At "A Night of Giving" in Memphis, Monday, November 10th
On Monday night November 10th, Bott Radio Network co-sponsored “A Night of
Giving”, to recognize those in Memphis that serve our community in the name of
Christ. The event was organized by Jonathan Lindberg of the Main Street Journal
and Mark White of Global Children’s Education Foundation. Among those honored
during the evening was Mrs. Joyce Rogers, wife of the late Dr. Adrian Rogers of
Love Worth Finding Ministries and Pastor of Bellevue Baptist Church. Also
included in the special recognition and recipient of the 2008 Humanitarian
Awards were Dr. Scott Morris, Founder of the Church Health Center, Delvin Lane
of Streets Ministries, and our very own Mr. Dick Bott, President and Founder of
Bott Radio Network. The evening was in conjunction of the new book release
called, “Memphis- Profiles in Courage.” The book profiles the lives & ministries of
14 individuals who have made a positive and profound impact on the city of
Memphis. The keynote speaker for the evening was syndicated columnist, Cal
Thomas. Other attendees for the night included, Shelby County Mayor AC
Wharton, United States Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee, and Tennessee State
Senators Paul Stanley and Mark Norris. At the conclusion, contributing authors
welcomed guests at a book signing.
Jonathan Lindberg of the Main Street Journal gives everyone a copy of “Memphis- Profiles in Courage.”
Syndicated columnist Cal Thomas talks about looking to God for community changes and not government.
Mr. Joyce Rogers, wife of the late Dr. Adrian Rogers, teacher on Love Worth Finding Ministries, introduces Mr. Dick Bott
IRN/USA Radio Network President, Larry Bates, gets interrupted by Cal Thomas for a lengthy introduction of Cal’s accomplishments.
Delvin Lane of Streets Ministries also receives the 2008 Humanitarian Award. Streets actively ministers to people living in the poorest zip code in the state of Tennessee.
Dr. Scott Morris, founder of the Church Health Center was the 3rd recipient of this year’s Humanitarian Award. The clinic has become the largest faith-based clinic of its type in the country. The clinic currently cares for 50,000 patients of record without relying on government funding.
Mr. Dick Bott and Mrs. Joyce Rogers stand with a photo of the late Dr. Adrian Rogers standing tall in the background. The Bible teaching ministry of Dr. Rogers is a daily feature on Bott Radio Network on over 80 stations through Love Worth Finding Ministries.
Mr. Dick Bott and Mrs. Adrian Rogers along with Rich Bott had a wonderful time sharing about their family’s longtime friendship.
Rich Bott and Mr. Dick Bott meet US Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn of TN. Congresswoman Blackburn has been very supportive to conservative family values.
Bott Radio Network 640 AM Account Executives Kim Morris & Donna Austin-Dumas take a photo break after greeting plenty of loyal listeners and supporters of Bott Radio Network in Memphis. One listener drove over an hour to attend this event!
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