The Power of Your Story with Fanchon Stinger

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In today’s show, Ray is joined by Emmy-winning news anchor Fanchon Stinger to discuss her illustrious career in the media, including her earliest dreams of working in news, her life-changing experiences at Ground Zero after 9/11, and how she almost left the industry under devastating circumstances.
Fanchon Stinger is the evening news anchor for Fox 59 News in Indianapolis. She is the Executive Producer, anchor, and reporter of the Community Hero series highlighting people who make a difference in central Indiana. Over the course of her career, she has won 15 Emmy awards from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, and the Associated Press-Michigan named her the Best Reporter in 2000. Stinger serves on many non-for-profit boards in her community and is a popular motivational speaker.
“Who you are professionally has to be directly related to the depth of your relationship with Christ.”
“You have to be vigilant and unapologetic about protecting your relationship with Christ.”
“The deeper your faith, the more you can trust Him; and then the more you can trust Him, the more He can give you to trust Him for.”
Key Takeaways:
1. Are you working in the place where God has you?
2. News is a product of social media and attention span.
3. The power of the media has the power to transform.
4. You must be vigilant to protect your testimony and God-given platform.
5. Don’t let anyone tell your story.

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