December 2010 / Bott Radio Network Christmas Luncheon, Thursday, December 16th
Thursday, December 16th was the date for the BRN Christmas Luncheon where friends, family and associates of Bott Radio Network enjoyed a delicious lunch accompanied by hymns and teaching from the BRN Bible Teacher of the Year, Dr. Woodrow Kroll of Back to the Bible.
Rich Bott, President/CEO of Bott Radio Network, welcomes the crowd to the 2010 edition of our Christmas Luncheon.
Gayland Gaut led the crowd with,"Hark the Herald Angels Sing" as the Luncheon began.
Pastor Charles Briscoe, Pastor Emeritus of Paseo Baptist Church, prayed over the meal.
The 2010 Christmas Video was shown outlining the growth and purpose of Bott Radio Network.
Gayland Gaut sang a sensitive rendition of the hymn, "I Wonder As I Wander."
Dr. Dick Bott with Vicky Hartzler, Congresswoman-elect for Missouri's 4th District and Pastor Charles Briscoe, Pastor Emeritus of Paseo Baptist Church.
Dr. Dick Bott, Founder and Chairman of Bott Radio Network, fellowships with friends during the Luncheon.
Dr. Woodrow Kroll of Back to the Bible, sharing on the unique position of Jesus Christ among all mankind.
Dr. Woodrow Kroll of Back to the Bible, receiving the BRN BIble Teacher of the Year Award, with Rich Bott.
Kris Kobach, Kansas Secretary of State-elect and law professor at UMKC, speaks to the gathering.
Kris Kobach receiving the BRN Christian Statesmanship Award from RIch Bott.
Congresswoman-elect for Missouri's 4th Congressional District, Vicky Hartzler, receives the BRN Running God's Way Award from Rich Bott.
Congresswoman Elect Vicky Hartzler speaks to the gathering about integrity and running a campaign God's way.
Sue Stoltz, BRN's Manager for Mid-Missouri, receives the BRN Christian Service Award from Rich Bott. Sue was instrumental in arranging a prayer vigil for Missouri's budget that was kicked off in the Capitol Rotunda by Anne Graham Lotz in March.
Sue Stoltz, BRN's Manager for Mid-Missouri, shares how God moved in the General Assembly in Missouri during this year's budget negotiations.
Patti Gabrielse sang, "The Lord's Prayer" to close the Luncheon and remarked that it would be better titled, "The Disciple's Prayer" since He taught us how to pray to the Father.