Bott to broadcast again from MBC’s annual meeting
October 18, 2005
OVERLAND PARK, Kan.– For the third consecutive year Overland Park, Kan.-based Bott Radio Network (BRN) will broadcast from the Missouri Baptist Convention’s (MBC) annual meeting.
Bott personalities Harold Hendrick, a member of First Baptist Church, Ferguson, and a host of “Encounter” on BRN’s St. Louis affiliate KCIV-AM; and Eben Fowler, station manager of BRN’s KCCV-AM/FM Radio in Kansas City, will interview various guests of the convention as well as MBC leaders. A new feature to this year’s Bott broadcasts will be interviews with randomly selected messengers.
“We’d like to do 60- to 90-second interviews with people attending the annual meeting in order to capture the flavor of event,” said Dick Bott, BRN president.
Interviews with guests and MBC leaders will be taped Oct. 24-26 (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday) at the annual meeting for broadcast from 2-2:30 p.m., each of those days on all Bott stations throughout Missouri. The interviews with messengers will be taped and broadcast intermittently throughout all three days between 9:30 a.m. and 5 p.m., on all BRN Missouri stations as well.
MBC leaders scheduled for interviews include Mitch Jackson, MBC president and pastor, Miner Baptist Church, Sikeston; MBC Executive Director David Clippard; MBC Legal Counsel Michael Whitehead; Pathway Editor Don Hinkle; Danny Decker, MBC Men’s Ministry and Disaster Relief specialist; Roger Moran, research director, Missouri Baptist Laymen’s Association and a member, First Baptist Church, Troy; and John Marshall, pastor, Second Baptist Church, Springfield.
The interviews will be conducted from BRN’s broadcast venue located in the main exhibit hall at Second Baptist Church, Springfield. BRN’s Springfield/Branson affiliate, KSCV (90.1 FM), will provide logistical and technical support for the broadcasts. Messengers are welcome to come by to watch and listen.
BRN features several Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) and MBC pastors and leaders on its broadcasts including Richard Land, president, SBC Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission; Charles Stanley, pastor, First Baptist Church, Atlanta; David Jeremiah, pastor, Shadow Mountain Community Church, El Cajon, Calif.; Gerald Davidson, co-pastor, First Baptist Church, Arnold; and Monte Shinkle, pastor, Concord Baptist Church, Jefferson City. BRN recently added PathwayEditor Don Hinkle to its statewide commentary lineup.
BRN is comprised of radio stations in 16 cities or areas, including Jefferson City/Columbia, Kansas City, Springfield, Lake of the Ozarks, Richmond, St. Joseph, Kirksville and St. Louis.