Christian couple’s goal for TV show: Empowerment, edification and education

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jeroline mccarthyLet’s zoom in on “Third Watch,’’ a Christian television evangelistic outreach tool, designed to reach a diverse audience and population. The program airs on Good Life TV 45 at 5 a.m. on Sunday mornings.

Through a dynamic and entertaining format of casual yet serious dialogue with real people interwoven with relevant sermon clips, viewers are captivated by this broadcast’s ability to speak directly to their needs and concerns.

151224_dt_palmcoast01“Third Watch’’ is locally produced in Flagler County by Drs. David and Danita Blow, who also host the program. In addition, Dr. David Blow serves as youth minister at the Mt. Calvary Baptist Church of Palm Coast, where the Rev. Edwin Coffie is pastor.

The hope of the Blows is that God will use the “Third Watch’’ broadcast to be a vehicle through which exposure can be given to issues of importance to the citizens of Flagler County and God-inspired prescriptions can be dispensed that can move our community forward.

“Each program has a topic, and the topic maybe anything from tattoos to sexuality, to the school board, to the elections, or whatever is going on at a particular time,” said Dr. David Blow.

“And, we go on to different venues and locations such as barbershops, such as the park. We’re even going to do an episode upcoming in the hospital, and then, we will talk about health care issues, and so forth,” he continued. “And then, we will find different sermons…and we will try to find points of discernment that support or give meat to whatever the discussion is talked about because everything has to be anchored in the Word of God.”

Certified consultants
According to Dr. David Blow, viewers can expect to receive three E’s – empowerment, edification and education.

It’s a must-see program that’s further televised on Sundays, 5 a.m., on the HD channels of Bright House Networks, Channel 1045; DirecTV, 45; Comcast, 439/380; Summit Broadband, 8; Cox, 1019, and Dish, 45.

Interestingly, “Third Watch’’ is broadcast on the SD channels of Bright House, Channel 19; AT&T U-verse, 45; Comcast, 17; and Cox, 19.

Drs. David and Danita Blow are long-standing members of the certified John Maxwell Team of Level Up Coaching and Consulting with years of professional experience.

With marriages facing the onslaught of internal and external challenges, causing an unprecedented amount of couples desiring to give up and throw in the towel on their marriages, the Blows have successfully hosted their signature “Marriage Bed Retreat” throughout Central Maryland and Central Florida. Countless couples attest to the positive impact that the retreats and counseling have had on their marriages.

To learn more about Level Up Coaching and Consulting, visit the Level Up website at LevelUpPartners.com or call 239-603-7040.

And then, Dr. Danita Blow touts the efforts of the New York City Transit Retirees of Palm Coast.

She will be keynote speaker for the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Ecumenical Service on Jan. 18, 11 a.m. at United Methodist Church, 5200 Belle Terre Parkway, Palm Coast. Moreover, other details will be provided in an upcoming edition.

Both Dr. David and Dr. Danita Blow are proud graduates of the Howard University School of Divinity in Washington, D.C., where they earned their Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry degrees.

Flagler Democrats dine with Taylor
State Rep. Dwayne Taylor (D-Daytona Beach) recently met supporters to jump-start his campaign in Flagler County for Florida’s 6th congressional district. A reception at the Palm Coast Golden Corral was a side effect of Taylor’s campaign.

A suggested donation was set at $20.16, where many Flagler County Democrats far exceeded the proposed amount. Taylor is seeking the seat now occupied by Ron DeSantis, a Republican, who’s opting for the U.S. Senate seat now vacated by Marco Rubio, whose eyes are on the presidency.

151224_dt_palmcoast01cGeorgia pastor preaching at Watch Night Service
Welcome the New Year and attend the Watch Night Service of Dec. 31, 10 p.m., at First Church of Palm Coast, 91 Old Kings Road North.

The guest preacher will be the nationally renowned Rev. G. Vincent Lewis, pastor of Social Justice at the Greater Travelers Rest Baptist Church of Decatur, Ga.

The members of First Church encourage you to invite your friends for a wonderful time. The service will be followed by a traditional New Year’s Eve meal.

First Church, under the leadership of the Rev. Gillard S. Glover, can be reached at 386-446-5759.

Emancipation Proclamation event Jan. 1 at church
Bring the family – and especially the children – to celebrate the Emancipation Proclamation on Jan. 1 at noon.

The Emancipation Proclamation was enacted into U.S. law on Jan. 1, 1863. Enslaved Blacks then became free. The celebration will include a panel discussion on educating our children after the Emancipation Proclamation.

It takes place at First Church of Palm Coast.

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As always, remember our prayers for the sick, afflicted and bereaved.

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Birthday wishes to John Williams, Dec. 24; Mark Green, Dec. 25; Henry “Smitty” Smith, Dec. 28; Sis. Mary Lee, Dec. 29; John Foti, Dec. 30; Charlotte Prince, Vivian Rowe, Dec. 31.

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