Harold J. Chadwick, my dad, in radio interview today.

At 2:00 this afternoon, (Thursday Sept. 17) please go to blogtalkradio.com/bridgelogos in order to hear Lloyd Hildebrand’s interview with Harold J. Chadwick, Senior Editor of Bridge-Logos and author of “How to Be Filled With Spiritual Power,” a book that is based on the miracle ministry of John G. Lake.

The program is called “We’re Talking Books,” and I hope you will listen and, perhaps, call in. The first five callers will receive a free book.
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