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Bott Communications, Inc.
KBCV is an AM radio station broadcasting at 1570 KHz. The station is licensed to Hollister, MO. The station broadcasts Religious programming.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
My name is Varonica Kennedy and I am contacting you on behalf of Rory Green and Kingdom Cry. Rory Green and Kingdom Cry is an anointed and appointed gospel group based out of South Arkansas.
It is the vision of Rory Green to form a group of believers from all denominations, races, and walks of life to come together and worship the true and living God. This is how "Rory Green and Kingdom Cry" was originated.
On December 15, 2012, Rory Green and Kingdom Cry released their debut album "Heaven's Release".
Rory’s purpose and burden for "Heaven’s Release" is to provide a sound of true praise and worship for every denomination, race, and culture. This CD is designed to release miracles and to feel the presence of the Lord. It expresses a thirst and desire for God and contends for a release from Heaven. By the end of the CD, we are receiving that which we’ve prayed, praised and worshiped. It is music that God inhabits.
Heaven's Release is available for purchase and digital download on Itunes, Amazon,and CD Baby.
The purpose for contacting you was to inquire information on how to get "Heaven's Release" on your radio station. If you would please inform me of any information or requirements via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at (870) 315-1311 or (870) 315-9678, I would greatly appreciate it.
If you would like to connect with us via social media, connect with us via Facebook at www.facebook.com/RGandKC and twitter at @kingdomcry1.
Thank you in advance, and may God continue to bless you and this ministry.
Kingdom Cry Management
P O Box 10638
El Dorado, AR 71730
Psalms 100:1-Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all ye lands
By: Varonica Kennedy on March 25, 2013
URGENT HELP NEEDED FOR ONE OF YOUR VETERAN MARINES IN YELVILLE
CHAD W HUBBS (CHAD HALFSACK HUBBELL)
I feel I am crying for help from the wilderness on behalf of one of your very own War Veterans whose name is Chad Hubbs or formerly known as Chad Halfsack Hubbell who has a Facebook Page.
Chad has done MANY tours in Afghanistan and seen some terrible things. He is blighted by bad luck.
In recent times he has been involved in a terrible road traffic accident which is where is second name Halfsack comes in. Sadly part of his vital anatomy was torn off on that terrible day.
To cut to the chase, Chad who used to be a farmer and was involved in the animal food chain decided to turn Vegan and open an animal rescue sanctuary where he intended to not only help animals but also other traumatised American Marines, using the animals as a kind of therapy to heal the deep psychological wounds of war.
Things were starting to slowly move along when tragedy stuck yet again and an electrical fire completely destroyed not only his home on the sanctuary but also precious memorabilia of family and friends that he had lost during combat.
WHY is it so difficult to get some help and support for him please? I cannot believe that people are not rallying to help him. Here in the United Kingdom where I come from (England) we have many organisations like Walking with the Wounded and Help for Heroes, and SSAFA and BLESMA to name but a few.
Chad lives in rural Yellville, Arkansas and he can be found on Facebook under Chad W Hubbs.
Due to what I believe to be PTSD and also acute Depression Chad cannot see any light at the end of the tunnel and has said he is giving up on his hopes, dreams and ambitions to get his animal sanctuary healing centre up and running.
Video evidence reveals the devastation he is suffering. Everything is just black and charred. As if that is not bad enough he has been libelled and slandered by some low achievers who despise anyone who tries to do good.
Please please please can you contact him and at least offer some emotional support or maybe inform other War Veterans of his terrible plight that they too might jump into action and visit him and offer support to try and rebuild his life and his home.
I have even contacted modular wooden log cabin/chalet/ranch house makers in Arkansas to see if they can donate an old display model or offer one at a reduce price. People could then organise Fundraisers/Crowdfunders to raise funds to help him.
I leave this with you to help poor Chad. He is in a very dark place right now and I am struggling to get help and support for him being so far away on the other side of the pond.
Peace and Blessings to you All
By: Yvonne Rogers on January 11, 2018
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