Voices

Podcast with Belynda Gentry of First Baptist Church of Glenarden

Rev. Belynda Gentry visits with children in Peru. (Photo courtesy of Belinda Gentry)

This edition of the World Vision podcast features a conversation with Reverend Belynda Gentry from First Baptist Church of Glenarden in Maryland.

 

Rev. Gentry is the head of missions at First Baptist Church of Glenarden and took time to sit down with longtime World Vision staff member and First Baptist Church of Glenarden attender Cynthia Colin. They talk about Rev. Gentry’s trip to Peru and the water, sanitation, and hygiene work the church supports there.

The podcast also features music from Love Led Worship.

Listen to this podcast on Sound Cloud or download on iTunes

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