Earnheart’s new venture answers higher calling
They say the Lord works in mysterious ways and Byron Earnheart knows first hand that the adage is true.
Earnheart, the son of former Tunicans Aubrey and Nancy Earnheart and grandson of Effie Mae Earnheart of Tunica, is literally taking a leap of faith into a new business which is based on a relatively new concept. In mid September, Earnheart launched Christian Interactive Solutions, a company designed to help churches increase their interaction with their current and future congregations.
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