Episode 112: Serving Where God Calls You
Billy Hallowell is a journalist and host with the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) and Faithwire, where he gets to communicate God’s truth through people’s stories. His passion for media kick-started following the Columbine School shooting in 1999. Shaken from this event, Billy wondered what he could do to help prevent something like this from happening at his own high school. You’ll hear how this spark ignited Billy’s journalism career. While he has been a Christian for most of his life, Billy says it wasn’t until his 30’s that his heart and head connected, and he learned to surrender his days and follow God’s calling over his life rather than his own desires.
Ready to hear how you can equip the kids in your life to serve God wherever He calls them, just like Billy? Let’s go!
BILLY HALLOWELL is a journalist, commentator and digital TV host who has covered thousands of the biggest faith and culture stories. Billy’s career in journalism and commentary began at an early age. Following the Columbine shooting in 1999, the then 15-year-old launched Teen Web Online, a website intended to address violence, discrimination and other social issues facing America’s young generation. Billy has worked in the media for more than two decades and is currently a journalist and host with CBN News and Faithwire. He has contributed to FoxNews.com, The Washington Post, The New York Post, The Huffington Post & other news sites.
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