Wil Addison is a New Orleans native whose life service has included Nationally Appointed Home Missionary and Associate Pastor. He brings to UFC nearly 20 years of ministry experience. Wil currently serves as the Director of Urban Family Communications where he is responsible for the overall function and mission of the ministry. He also oversees the execution of UFC’s radio network, Urban Family Talk. Wil is the founder of a newly minted coalition of Biblically sound artists, BSAC. Visit the site here: www.bsacnetwork.com. Wil can be heard daily on Urban Family Talk alongside his wife, Meeke, as they host Airing the Addisons. Follow Wil on Twitter @wiladdison
Meeke is a radio personality with over 14 years of ministry experience. She and her husband Wil host “Airing the Addisons”, Urban Family Talk’s hit morning show. Catch it weekday mornings 6-9 central. Their talk show focuses on empowering and strengthening the family and urban community. Meeke is a speaker and pro-family activist who keeps a close eye on politics and pop culture. She and Wil have four children Moriah, Gabbi, JD, and Nathaniel.
Toni’s music career spans over 35 years. She is a gifted singer and musician. Some of her proudest moments in music have been opening for the likes of Rebecca St. James, Nicole C. Mullen and distinguished congressmen and senators. Since 1997 Toni has been a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. With over 18 years of local and national radio experience, Toni brings a wealth of knowledge to Urban Family Talk where she can be heard each weekend on Urban Family Talk as host of Toni’s Praise Party, the best time of worship this side of Heaven!
Pat Vaughn is the Legal Counsel for the American Family Association and Urban Family Communications. He also serves as a founding board member for UFC. Pat sees the mission of UFC as part of his personal mission. He has been a huge driving force behind the scenes enabling UFC to expand rapidly and achieve major milestones. A loving father and grandfather Pat and his wife Jan are active in their local community especially regarding issues of life, family, and justice.
Joseph Parker is a pastor and leader in his community. He is the Director of Intercessory Prayer for Urban Family and a radio host. He hosts Hour of Intercession, a weekly radio show that focuses on topics of prayer and intercession in the family, home, community and body of Christ. He also hosts a weekend show, Focus on the Family. Focus on the Family is designed to teach and share very Biblical and practical truths that any and all families can take and put to work in their lives. A key goal of the program is to help both single persons and couples, married couples and families with children learn very simply how to put the Word of God to work in their lives.
Whether it’s news stories, blogs, or social media posts, Melonie is an editor who is always editing. She has been a part of the American Family Association since October 2009, just after graduating from Blue Mountain College and marrying Ray Manning. While at Blue Mountain, she served as editor of the college newspaper and interned as a reporter at the local paper, The Southern Sentinel. Though she always aspired to be a writer, she found her niche at AFA as associate editor for OneNewsNow, where she served full-time for three years before joining Urban Family as its website’s editor. Melonie and Ray have three children: Mason, Millie, and Ezra.
Lonnie Poindexter has over 25 years of successful management, sales and marketing experience, having worked with Silicon Valley startups and tech sector industry leaders in California. As the DC Correspondent Lonnie covers current events in the nation’s capitol concerning public policy and the faith based community. Lonnie’s passion is the sanctity of life and fighting for the unborn. He collaborates with the nation’s foremost pro-life organizations in America.
Jeff is the radio producer for Urban Family Talk. He also handles the archives of each show. He is a May 2016 graduate of the University of Mississippi, where he received his Bachelor's Degree in Broadcast Journalism
Victory McIntosh is a woman who wears many hats but makes sure to take time out to serve others. Whether it's through producing, keeping people informed of what's going on in the world, or engaging with listeners on her Jesus Jamz show, you will always find her being about her Father's business. She studied Journalism at The University of Mississippi where she later left to study and graduate from the school of Evangelism at RHEMA Bible Training College in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Victory's motto is not going after a dream, but going after what God has called you to do.