Thursday on #GoodThings with @RebeccaTurnerRD

Good Things with Rebecca Turner – Thursday, April 26th, 2018 You are going to hear from an international missionary, Mr. John Ratnam, as he joins the conversation to let you know about his work spreading the gospel to the world and to recount some of his stories from his time in the mission fields. Don’t forget! You can … Continue reading “Thursday on #GoodThings with @RebeccaTurnerRD”

Wednesday on #GoodThings with @RebeccaTurnerRD

Good Things with Rebecca Turner – Wednesday, April 25th, 2018 You are going to hear from The Agriculture and Forestry Museum’s Executive Director Aaron Rogers as he joins the conversation to let you know about a fun and informative event taking place at the Ag and Forestry Museum, and you’ll also hear from the folks with the MS Department of Transportation as we are getting … Continue reading “Wednesday on #GoodThings with @RebeccaTurnerRD”

Tuesday on #GoodThings with @RebeccaTurnerRD

Good Things with Rebecca Turner – Tuesday, April 24th, 2018 You are going to hear from the Doctors at Merit Health, as Rebecca learns more about Infertility and what modern medical science can do to assist with the creation of life. Don’t forget! You can listen live online at Supertalk.fm/LISTEN!

Friday on #GoodThings with @RebeccaTurnerRD

Friday, April 20th, 2018 You are going to hear from Mrs. Juanita Floyd, one of the authors of the beautiful book Summer of 1969: The Story of Cozett Juanita Gambrell – the endearing story of a young black girl going into her first year of school following integration, as she recounts the true events that are the basis for … Continue reading “Friday on #GoodThings with @RebeccaTurnerRD”

Tuesday on #GoodThings with @RebeccaTurnerRD

Tuesday, April 3rd Scheduled Guests You’re going to hear from Rufus Ward with the Billups Garth Foundation, as he recounts some truly fascinating Magnolia State history at 2:05, and at 2:35, you’ll hear from Nancy Carpenter, the CEO of Visit Columbus, as she touches on tourism in the Golden Triangle and the annual Pilgrimage! You … Continue reading “Tuesday on #GoodThings with @RebeccaTurnerRD”

Thursday on #GoodThings with @RebeccaTurnerRD

Thursday, March 29th, 2018 You’re going to hear all about Dancing with the King and how you can participate in this fun event that takes you back to the time when a Mississippi boy from Tupelo changed music, dancing, and style forever! Don’t forget! You can listen live online at Supertalk.fm/LISTEN!

Wednesday on #GoodThings with @RebeccaTurnerRD

Wednesday, March 28th, 2018   You’re going to hear from Molly May as she joins Rebecca to discuss the impact of Breast Cancer on her life. She will chronicle what inspired her to write a book(“My Crowning Achievement: Beating Cancer” due out this summer) and to compete for Miss Mississippi later this year! Don’t forget! You can listen … Continue reading “Wednesday on #GoodThings with @RebeccaTurnerRD”

Tuesday on #GoodThings with @RebeccaTurnerRD

Tuesday, March 27th, 2018 You’re going to hear from the Mississippi Peanut Council and a bonafide Magnolia State Peanut farmer as they explain what it takes to grow peanuts and just how important farming is to the Magnolia State! Don’t forget! You can listen live online at Supertalk.fm/LISTEN!

Eight Days of Hope on Good Things

The work done by Eight Days of Hope is truly phenomenal, and if you missed it on Good Things with Rebecca Turner, they have recently announced a Nationwide expansion that will be headquartered in Tupelo! After opening a new building to help spread their ministry and to better facilitate the work they do helping restore … Continue reading “Eight Days of Hope on Good Things”

Murder at Dinner?

Dinner and a movie is no longer the perfect first date. Try dinner and a murder mystery! The Detectives Comedy Dinner Theatre is an interactive comedic event in which guests enjoy a meal while actors are amongst the audience. As the story unfolds a member of the cast unexpectedly dies an untimely death. It’s up to … Continue reading “Murder at Dinner?”

Thriving on the Big Screen while rooted in Mississippi

When you were a kid did you have dreams of being on the big-screen? Do you have a kid who enjoys playing dress up in their room, acting out their favorite characters? It’s true, that most living room performances don’t turn into actual Hollywood careers, but that doesn’t mean kids or adults should shy away … Continue reading “Thriving on the Big Screen while rooted in Mississippi”