We have been doing a few interviews this week, and some of you are asking us where to find them. Most requests have been radio, but you can find a print one in the Fort Worth Star Telegram by going here.
If you want to request an interview or book us to come speak to your group you can do so by clicking here. We have a few times left while we are in Washington DC. I will respond as quick as possible.
The National Prayer Breakfast is held annually in Washington DC. We are honored to represent Texas at the event.
Jake Rinard has a story to tell.
As he joins around 3,000 others attending Thursday’s National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C. — where President Barack Obama and others will speak — the Hurst pastor said he hopes to share with others the role that faith and family have played in his life.
“We want to continue spreading the message of strength and strong families,” said Rinard, lead pastor for the Hurst Church of the Nazarene. “Times are tough, people are hurting, and we aim to help spread a message of strength.”
Rinard and his wife, Marsha, speak from experience.
The couple, married for nearly 20 years, learned how to be strong after losing two children in the past three years.
Married when they were 18, the now 37-year-olds who live in Keller had three children in the first five years of their marriage.
Read more here: Jake and Marsha Rinard Fort Worth Star Telegram Interview