Hosts Russell and Dorothy Spaulding take the flagship program of WBPI-49 to a new level with the addition of Club 36 to the Watchmen Network. Club 36 is a mix of testimonies, gospel music, Bible trivia, cooking shows, on the road specials, and more.
Past guests have included Evangelist Richard Roberts, Myles Monroe, Dr. Mike Murdock, Dr. Don Colbert, Benny Hinn, and prophecy teacher Perry Stone just to name a few. Special nights have included musical presentations from area churches, a discussion of traditional Jewish customs a night of testimonies with motorcycle ministers and so much more. No two nights of Club 36 are ever the same.
Take time to enjoy some southern hospitality with the citizens of Augusta, Georgia, as well as nationally-known evangelists and musicians as they present the Gospel of Jesus Christ on Club 36 every day at 10AM, 8PM, & Midnight (EST)on the Watchmen Broadcasting Network.
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Meet the Hosts:
Dorothy Spaulding brings nearly forty-four years of television experience to Club 36 and WBPI TV-49. She was a producer/host for ABC networks for fifteen years and has nine years' experience on both the local and national level in producing programming and assisting in the growth of several television ministries. Currently, Mrs. Spaulding is celebrating twenty-one years as the founder and executive producer for Watchmen Broadcasting located in Augusta, GA. She is an ordained minister with a Honorary Doctorate.
Russell Spaulding has co-hosted Club 36 since the beginning and brings a combination of spiritual insight and comedy to the show. With his off-the-cuff interviewing style and personality, Russell plays off the other hosts to create an entertaining and informative program Russell is an ordained minister who loves to minister one on one as well as reach the masses.
Tamara James is not only the daughter of Dorothy Spaulding, she serves as Vice-President of Watchmen Broadcasting, and is also a producer at WBPI TV-49 and currently hosts the hit RocHouse Cafe. She has dedicated her life to youth ministry and earned herself a minister's license in February 2002. She has a burning passion to make a difference in the youth of this generation. Her past experience of a special event coordinator and brings great value to TV-49 for our special events.
Chris James rededicated his life in January 2002 after a life changing mission trip to Mexico where he filmed a documentary and helped build houses. God began to change his life and his heart. He felt a call to use his talents and abilities for the Kingdom of God. In February 2003, Chris left his professional career to join the full-time staff of Watchmen Broadcasting as the Director of RocHouse Cafe. Chris attended Savannah College of Art and Deign for film making. He also is an exceptional engineer. Chris also serves on the National Religious Broadcaster TV Board.