Wilma Foreman's free recorded sermons can be found in truck stops up and down the East Coast, offering a meaningful message on the lonely road.
By Christopher Brooke, Reporter
Monday, December 13, 2010 at 8:00 am (Updated: December 13, 8:58 am)
WOODLAWN — Stereo speakers of 18-wheelers rolling down the interstates reverberate with the evangelistic message of a 47-year-old Woodlawn woman.
To reach out to strangers on the road, Wilma Foreman first speaks the words that the Lord gives to her into a cassette recorder.
The audience presumably consists of commercial drivers, transporting goods mostly over the East Coast, but it could be any motorists who find the sermons on CDs at truck stops, free for the taking.
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