Focus on the Family Interview with Wayne Tesch and Bishop Blake

Focus On The Family Radio Interview, May 7th, 2014 

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We are so proud to have our Co-Founder, Wayne Tesch, featured on the May 7th program of Focus On The Family: Giving Hope to a Child in Foster Care.

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From Focus on the Family’s Website:

Bishop Aaron and Mary Blake, along with Royal Family KIDS camp founder Wayne Tesch, tell their stories of how God opened the door to a world they didn’t know existed, and discuss the many ways to give hope to a child in foster care during National Foster Care Awareness Month.

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BIOGRAPHIES:

Wayne Tesch is the co-founder of Royal Family KIDS, Inc., and the former Sr. Associate Pastor at Newport-Mesa Christian Center in California. He has over 35 years of experience in developing camp programs for children. Wayne and his wife, Diane, have one daughter and several grandchildren.

Bishop Aaron Blake is a speaker and the pastor of Greater Faith Community Church, a position he’s held for more than 25 years. Mary Blake is an author and co-founder of several ministries. The Blakes have six grown children and several grandchildren; they reside in Brownwood, Texas.

Jim Daly is President and Chief Executive Officer of Focus on the Family, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping families thrive, where he also serves as host of the daily radio program. Daly and his wife, Jean, have two sons and live in Colorado Springs, Colo.

John Fuller is vice president of the Audio division and co-host of the daily “Focus on the Family” radio program. He speaks and writes about family, faith, media and business. John and his wife, Dena, reside in Colorado Springs, Colo., and have six children.

 

More About Bishop and Mary Blake’s Ministry:
Harvest Family Life Ministries is helping to serve Children and Families as a faith based community resource exchange with many churches and community programs. Our goal is to recruit and license foster and adoptive families from the congregations of churches across the state to help provide loving, healing care for children and instructional support for families/individuals who have faced quality of life dysfunction.