Faith Radio (WLBF, 89.1 FM), located in Montgomery, partnered with Chick-fil-A in hosting the kickoff party last month for “Operation Adopt-A-Bible.” Chick-fil-A customers had the opportunity to write a message of encouragement to the United States Military in specially designed Bibles that complement the military uniform. Blue Bell Ice Cream was also involved in this event and provided free ice cream to all participants.
Jeff Bush had a concert for customers in the Chick-fil-A parking lot with some songs off his newly-released album, Alive Forever. Faith Radio will be promoting “Operation Adopt-A-Bible” through the month of June by providing the Bibles to members of the military. Chick-fil-A donated some of the proceeds from its evening sales to help purchase Bibles for the military. If any of our readers are interested in participating in the June military Bible drive, contact noncommercial, listener-supported Faith Radio at 1-800-239-8900 or visit www.faithradio.org.
Source: Faith Radio
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