Tuesday, April 25, 2017
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Chris Llewellyn of Rend Collective shared some of the history of the group and discussed its music, including the concept of songs on the project, "As Family We Go." The conversation occurred prior to the concert in Montgomery on April 29, 2017 at Frazer Church. Their site is www.rendcollective.com.
In advance of the conference called, "Crowned: A Daughter Gathering," former Miss USA and current JUCE TV host Kristen Dalton Wolfe, founder of the inspirational online magazine, "She Is More: Revealing Your Radiance," shared her perspective on identity in Christ and outlined some of her ministry activities. Learn more at www.sheismore.com.
Bruce Hausknecht, Judicial Analyst for Focus on the Family, discussed a variety of current issues, including the confirmation of Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court and a religious liberty case that the high court was scheduled to hear about a church in Missouri wishing to participate in a publicly-funded playground program. The Focus on the Family website is www.focusonthefamily.com.
Emilio Ramos, Jenny Cote, Michael Chung, Jeanne Mancini, Mandi Ancalle, Jonathan Bernis, Charles Morris
Greg Koukl, founder and president of the apologetics ministry Stand to Reason, discussed some of the Biblical concepts he relates in the book, "The Story of Reality." He also discussed the reTHINK Apologetics Student Conference in Birmingham at Briarwood Presbyterian Church 4/21-22/2017. Learn more at www.str.org.
Author and blogger Elizabeth Laing Thompson shared her perspective on trusting God in times of waiting, relative to the book, "When God Says Wait: Navigating Life's Detours and Delays Without Losing Your Faith, Your Friends, or Your Mind." Her website is www.lizzylife.com.
Jimmy DeYoung of "Prophecy Today," heard Sunday-Friday at 11:55 a.m. and p.m. on Faith Radio and Saturday at 12:05 p.m., discussed a variety of topics from the Middle East in light of prophecy, including the Syrian chemical weapons attack and the U.S. response, the celebration of Passover and Easter in Israel, and more. The website is www.prophecytoday.com.
Jenny Cote, author of "The Roman, the Twelve & the King," part of the Epic Order of the Seven series of young adult novels, discussed the premise of the book, which describes events in the life of Jesus, as well as the process of the writing of the "Messiah" by Handel. Learn more at www.epicorderoftheseven.com.
Emilio Ramos, preaching pastor at Heritage Grace Community Church in Frisco, TX, founder of Red Grace Media, and producer of the film, "Unpopular," discussed the premise of the movie, which presents the message of the gospel. Learn more at www.unpopularthemovie.com.
Dr. Michael Chung, formerly an adjunct professor at Houston Baptist University and the Texas Extension of Fuller Seminary, discussed some of the events and principles he relates in the book, "The Last King of Israel: Lessons From Jesus's Final Ten Days." You can find more information at www.wipfandstock.com. His Twitter feed is at @ProfMChung.