Air Date August 29, 2014
Conversation is a lost art. Some have said social media plays a part in its demise, but on the Millrose Club conversation is king and on this program we'll hear thoughts and opinions around the table and get to know each other a little bit better as we converse together. Community is essential in the body of Christ, and it's happening on the Millrose Club on Midday Connection
Melinda Schmidt is a Communication graduate of Moody Bible Institute, holds a Broadcasting/Bible degree from Calvary Bible College, and is pursuing her MA in Intercultural Studies from Wheaton College. She has served with Moody Radio since 1980 in various hosting capacities. Married with two young adult children, Melinda loves reading, developing her creative interests and hopes to be a life-long learner. Follow her on Twitter
Lori Neff is the senior producer, social media/event coordinator and occasional co-host for the award-winning national radio program, Midday Connection. Lori grew up in a small town in Ohio, spending more time outside in nature than inside. She is a graduate of Moody Bible Institute and is currently studying counseling and Spiritual Direction. Her interests include art (looking at it and creating it), music, literature, humanitarian aid efforts, animal welfare efforts, gardening, coffee, thinking, learning and spending time with her husband and their three feisty cats.
For more information and to read her blog, please visit Lori's website and follow her on Twitter.
Allyson is a Colorado native and currently entering her senior year at the Moody Bible Institute. Family, friends, music, home, and Europe are all pieces of Allyson's heart. Currently, she enjoys working for Moody Radio and an internship that will take her to Ireland soon. After Moody, she has hopes of moving to Europe to do life, build relationships, and live in the Name of Jesus. Allyson released her first musical album, titled An Sli, last summer. For more information, please visit her website
Cheryl is a Moody Bible Institute graduate with a Bachelor of Music Degree in voice. Prior to her studies at MBI, Cheryl spent fifteen months in Romania caring for abandoned babies and ministering to at risk mothers and their children. Cheryl is instrumental in carrying out many of the administrative tasks at a ministry she co-founded, Shalam, such as accounting, web design, correspondence and fund raising. While working full-time for Shalam, she also is a vocal performer and music teacher at MBI's Community Music School. She is actively mentoring her students, and is thrilled to be able to bless others with her gifts and talents.