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Sponsored by Paducah Cooperative Ministry, Reflections spotlights local community-based ministries, engages pastors and faith leaders in study of scripture, examines issues facing the community, and explores PCM’s varied services and programs.

What is Church? - April 17, 2014
The word "church" is often used to refer to a building. In this episode the definition of church is explored. Christians believe that the church is more than just a structure with a roof and walls. Heidi Suhrheinrich and Scott Dossett interview Rev. David Fackler, Woodlawn Cumberland Presbyterian Church; Rev. Jae Gottman, First Christian Church, Disciples of Christ; and George "Nick" Jaeger, Retired, Grace Episcopal Church.
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What is Mission? - February 20, 2014
Scott Dossett interviews Edward Huff, manager of Lourdes Pastoral Care and Brandy Lyon, pastor of Twelve Oaks Baptist Church. "Often times in church that mission can be cloudy" said Lyon. "How do we see people come to Christ, acknowledge Him as Savior and Lord and begin to live as a disciple of Jesus Christ."
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Evangelism - February 6, 2014
There are many different ways that Christians choose to spread the Gospel, or the Good News. Evangelism is this communication of the Christian faith to new areas and cultures. Scott Dossett and Heidi Suhrheinrich interview Meghan Holland, Grace Episcopal Church; Barry Roberts, Arcadia United Methodist Church; and Charles Moore, Paducah First Baptist Church.
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Fountain Ave UMC Remodeling - November 21, 2013
Pastor Gregory Waldrop and Stephen Stetson of Fountain Avenue United Methodist Church give detailed analysis of the renovations to the historic church.
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KEYS II After School Program - November 21, 2013
Broadway United Methodist Church provides an after school mentoring program for first graders. KEYS II meets Monday thru Thursday during the school year. Volunteers provide meals and help with reading, spelling and homework assignments. They also receive swim lessons each year as part of their program. Heidi Suhrheinrich interviews Jessie Douglas and Phyllis Russell about this outstanding program at Broadway UMC.
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Faith through Theatre - September 19, 2013
Faith is expressed through many different ministries and many different people. The theatre is no exception. Heidi Suhrheinrich and Scott Dossett interview Michael Cochran, Executive Director of Markethouse Theatre. "We don't just entertain," said Cochran. "We change lives."
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Yo Yo Club of Paducah - June 20, 2013
The Yo Yo Club gets together and make yo-yo's made of fabric, stitched together to look like a round circle. The five ladies meet on Wednesdays at the National Quilt Museum. Through their efforts the club has raised nearly $100,000 for charity.
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Starfish Orphan Ministry - June 20, 2013
Laura Roberts and her husband went through the process of adopting their son from Guatemala. That process completely changed their lives forever. Starfish Orphan Ministry began after seeing the many, many children who were left behind.
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Hunger Relief Programs - March 21, 2013
Paducah Cooperative Ministry and its parters are constantly working on the growing hunger problem in the Paducah area and you can help combat the problem. "Sometimes people are a little bit surprised to find out that we have hunger issues in Western Kentucky." said Heidi Suhrheinrich, PCM Executive Director. Heidi interviews Clay Black, Commodities and Food Bank Coordinator for the Purchase Area Development District; Pam Truitt, Executive Director for Family Service Society; and Trina Ragan, Emergency Services Coordinator for the Paducah Cooperative Ministry.
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Homelessness in Paducah (Part 1) - February 21, 2013
Homelessness is growing problem in our country and our community. The Paducah Cooperative Ministry is facing this difficult situation head on through providing programs, services and education. PCM Executive Director, Heidi Suhrheinrich speaks with Sheila Forrest, Emergency Shelter Director, and Candace Melloy, Homeless and Housing Case Manager about this ever-increasing plight.
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Homelessness in Paducah (Part 2) - February 21, 2013
Homelessness is growing problem in our country and our community. The Paducah Cooperative Ministry is facing this difficult situation head on through providing programs, services and education. PCM Executive Director, Heidi Suhrheinrich speaks with Sheila Forrest, Emergency Shelter Director, and Candace Melloy, Homeless and Housing Case Manager about this ever-increasing plight.
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The Salvation Army - November 15, 2012
The Salvation Army is famous for ringing the bells and collecting money at Christmas, but the organization does so much more. Tom Dolan interviews Lt. Lorraina Crawford, Corps Officer of the Salvation Army.
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Biblical Storytellers - October 18, 2012
Church services sometimes have the bad rep of being dry or boring; however the pastor at St Matthew Lutheran Church is using a particular storytelling technique that is very engaging to its congregation. Tom Dolan, PCM representative hosts the show and Rev Aaron Stamper, pastor of St Matthew Lutheran Church is the guest.
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West Kentucky Green Valley District Minister's Wives Auxiliary - October 18, 2012
As a pastor's wife there are many particular joys and challenges presented. Janet Flagg is the wife of the Reverend Joe Flagg, Pastor of Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church. Janet has founded the West Kentucky Green Valley District Minister's Wives Auxiliary to address issues and to meet the particular needs of these women in worship. They share in their common experiences to help to encourage and inspire others in the group.
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Rev. Meghan Holland - September 20, 2012
Reverend Meghan Holland discusses the calling of women to the ministry and the positives and negatives of ministering in your home church. Reverend Holland is Assistant Rector at Grace Episcopal Church. The program is co-hosted by PCM Board Member, Don Barger and PCM Executive Director, Heidi Suhrheinrich.
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First Day Out - July 19, 2012
Anna Shelton, PCM's newest employee is currently developing a mentoring program, First Day Out, for women coming out of incarceration. Anna grew up as a child of a missionary in Kenya. She has also recently returned from a mission trip to Slovakia.
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Fresh Start - April 18, 2012
Paducah Cooperative Ministry is currently in the process of building a new transformational residential facility to house women who have recently been incarcerated. The goal is to prevent recidivism through teaching people to think differently. If you are interested in mentoring or volunteering, PCM has many needs for this ongoing project, please call (270) 442-6795.
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Americorps Serving Midtown Alliance of Neighbors - December 8, 2011
AmeriCorps is helping make a difference across the country through many efforts. Gregory Waldrop and Heidi Suhrheinrich interview Virginia Siegel and Melissa Wortman, AmeriCorps members serving the Midtown Alliance of Neighbors. Paducah has many memorable homes that are around one-hundred years old or older. Many of these homes are inhabited by citizens in a low income bracket who desperately need help saving these old homes. AmeriCorps is helping do just that.
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Americorps Serving PCM - December 8, 2011
AmeriCorps strives to make a difference by helping others through a variety of ways. Gregory Waldrop and Heidi Suhrheinrich interview Sarah Moore and Lyndsey Sparks, AmeriCorps members serving at Paducah Cooperative Ministry. Today's guests speak about how they are helping Paducah's homeless population through food drives and education.
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Rev. Dr. Mike Elliot - April 20, 2011
Rev. Gregory Waldrop and Nikki Dickerson continue their series on counseling. Rev. Dr. Mike Elliot is Director of Counseling at Heartland Cares.
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Rev. Aaron Stamper - March 22, 2011
Jim Toy interviews the new pastor at St Matthew Lutheran Church, Aaron Stamper. Stamper is really focused on helping those outside the church. "The most important thing that wa as Lutherans can do is be people of faith outside," said Stamper. "The smaller your world gets the less you have to offer other people."
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Roger Thompson - March 16, 2011
Rev. Gregory Waldrop and Nikki Dickerson continue their series on counseling with the Christian Counseling Center.
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Justin Lewis - March 16, 2011
Rev. Gregory Waldrop and Nikki Dickerson continue their series on counseling
with the Christian Counseling Center.
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Christian Counseling Center - February 18, 2011
Christian Counseling Center strives to help people physically, socially, emotionally, and spiritually so that they can know the peace of Christ.
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Pamela Gordon - February 1, 2011
Scottish born, Pamela Gordon, has travelled the globe en route to her ministry at Westminster Presbyterian Church. She has taught English in China, and served congregations in California, Ohio, and now, Paducah, KY.
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Faith in Practice - January 19, 2011
Faith is a large dimension of many people's lives. Dr. Whitney Cassity-Caywood explains how her faith influences counseling.
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River Chaplain - January 11, 2011
Rev. Kempton D Baldridge tells what it's like to pastor a church family crusing along seeing the country at 6mph. Rev Baldridge tells of the dangers of navigating the waters in a 1200 ft, 2800 ton vessel as well as the rewards of ministering aboard.
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Rev. Kempton D Baldridge - January 11, 2011
J. Gottman, lead minister at First Christian Church leads us through a life's journey of river chaplain, Rev. Kempton D Baldridge. Hear his life story and journey to the life on the river.
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Counseling - November 4, 2010
There are certain times in our life when life itself can be overwhelming. Gregroy Waldrop discusses different methods of counseling with Nikki Dickerson, Licensed Professional Counselor Associate.
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Bellewood Homes for Children - August 19, 2010
Bellewood is a nonprofit agency serving abused, at-risk and homeless youth and families across Kentucky. Jim Toy interviews Craig Felker, Carla Sizemore and Farrah Stewart. more
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Hearts of Saints - August 19, 2010
Craig Felker, lead singer for Hearts of Saints, brings his style of Christian music to Reflections. Hearts of Saints is a Christian rock band based out of Western Kentucky. more
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Breaking Barriers - August, 2010
This Reflections program highlights a new PCM initiative named Breaking Barriers. Breaking Barriers is a personal development program offerend to incarcerated females. This program helps women in jail identify problems in their lives and gives them the tools to help solve these problems.
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Reading Camp - July, 2010
When school is out for the summer, a lot of kids are getting as far away from books as they possibly can. Reading Camp is a program designed to help children expand their reading abilities and improve vital skills needed to be successful students. Reading Camp is completely volunteer driven and a mission of the local Presbyterian and Episcopal churches. Grace Episcopal Church is responsible for it's creation. Hosts Jim Toy and Libby Wade sit down with Reading Camp volunteers Nancy Black, Mary Catherine Zellmer and Anne McNeilly to discuss the importance and need for a program like Reading Camp.
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Living Waters for the World - July, 2010
Living Waters for the World is a mission resource of the Synod of Living Waters of the Presbyterian Church (USA). The LWW trains and equips mission teams to share the gift of clean, sustainable water with communities in need. Ralph Young sits down with host Jim Toy to discuss the LWW and the local involvement within.
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Youth Ministry - February 23, 2010
As many as 70% of high school churchgoers will no longer attend after graduation. How can the church combat this? Mike Darling, Todd Belt, and Josh Ottwell share their insights of youth ministry with host, Zack Browning.
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Campus Ministry - February 23, 2010
Zack Browning speaks with Mike Kerrick, Mark Whitt, and Allie Loomis about their various campus ministries on the campus of Murray State University.
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Homelessness - May 19, 2009
Out of the 3.5 million homeless in our nation 1.5 million are children. Guest host Rev. Sky McCracken pastor of Reidland United Methodist Church speaks with Heidi Suhrheinrich about the homeless in our area.
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