INTRODUCING… A FEW MORE TEAM MEMBERS! We are so blessed to have Mrs. Lou Wills Hildreth on our Scoops team. She is filled with industry experience, but more than anything her love for God radiates from her smile and encouragement. Each month she shares her wonderful experiences from years past and keeps us up to date on how God is still using her to inspire others today. She has a contagious spirit and we’re grateful to have her working alongside us! In addition to writing for Scoops Magazine, Mrs. Lou serves on the Diamond Awards Planning Board. And…Many of you know Jonathan Edwards as a radio personality of KWFC out of Springfield, MO and also a vocalist for Ascension Quartet, but did you know he is contribution audio interviews for SGNSCoops- all digital magazine? With quick wit and a great sense of humor, Jonathan does a great job to bring you the inside scoop on your favorite artists. MP3 audio interviews with Jonathan and his special guests are greatly enhancing the life of SGNScoops. Jonathan serves on the Diamond Awards Planning Board as well. Also… Meet Jeff Hawes! Jeff has an incredible story of how moved him from a high-school English Classroom to the stage as the tenor for Karen Peck & New River. Jeff is multi-talented to say the least. He is an incredible vocalist and musician. Each month, Jeff shares heart-felt personal stories and testimonies. Jeff has an amazing talent and heart of gold. We are blessed to have Lou Wills Hildreth, Jonathan Edwards and Jeff Hawes on our team!
Mrs. Lou Says: My favorite Christmas song is “AWAY IN A MANGER, NO CRIB FOR A BED, THE LITTLE LORD JESUS LAY DOWN HIS SWEET HEAD.” I can still hear my daughter Kathryn making her debut at age 7 singing this for our Christmas concert many years ago….
Jeff Hawes Says: “My favorite song is ” O Holy Night.” Every time I hear it, I immediately have chills, especially when I hear Celine Dion’s or Natalie Grant’s version. I also love the scene in the movie “Home Alone” when the children’s choir sings this classic as well. Another fun favorite is ‘Carol of the Bells.’ When I was young I would listen to Johnny Mathis’ version as I played school in my bedroom.”