Daddy Bruce’s legacy lives on this Thanksgiving as hundreds of volunteers package and distribute 7500 “baskets” that will feed 56,000 people.
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Keep a Light in Your Window airing on PBS on Thursday, February 11, 2021, at 7:00 P.M and Sunday, February 14, 2021, at 10:30 A.M.(The film can be viewed online anytime @ https://www.rmpbs.org)
The Virtual Celebration of the 121st Birthday of Daddy Bruce Randolph, on Monday, 2/15 at 5 pm. Will air here on the Daddy Bruce Randolph Legacy Foundation website.
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Ronald Wooding always knew that his life would be dedicated to the service of others. So when he wound up in Denver in 1995 to pursue his graduate degree at the Iliff School of Theology, it made perfect sense. Little did he know that providence would intercede and place him on a direct path to…
Shown above at the Epworth Foundation Thanksgiving food basket giveaway on Saturday is (l-r) Pastor King Harris; Tim Laffitte, Sam’s Club; Josh Phair, Wal-Mart; Mayor John Hickenlooper, Patricia Garcia, Denver Dept. of Human Services and Pastor Ronald Wooding. Over 9,000 baskets of food were distributed. Arriba tenemos la entrega de cena para el Thanksgiving donadas…