Spilled Paint // Pray Chicago
Air Date January 28, 2015
Hour 1 - Spilled Paint
Last week a caller told a story about walking out with five paint cans but only paying for four. When she opened her SUV, one can spilled on her driveway. Was God disciplining her? What are the dangers of attributing things like this to God?
Hour 2 - Pray Chicago
We get an update on the Pray Chicago movement from Dr. John Fuder. Don’t miss the conversations on Wednesday.
For more information about the Pray Chicago event tonight from 6:30-8:30pm CT, please visit its website.
Dr. Kevin Zuber is professor of theology at the Moody Bible Institute and a teaching pastor at Grace Bible Church Northwest. Kevin received his Ph.D. from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, which included a dissertation titled What is Illumination: Seeking a Biblically Grounded Definition. He is also a contributor to The Moody Bible Commentary.
For more information about Kevin, please visit Moody Bible Institute's website.
John "Doc" Fuder (Ph.D., Biola University) is Director of Justice and Compassion Ministries of re:source global as well as a part-time seminary and adjunct professor for Moody Bible Institute. In 1993, after 15 years of serving in urban ministry in California, John brought his passion of equipping students for effective urban ministry to Chicago. As the Professor of Urban Studies at Moody Theological Seminary, Doc taught ministry practitioners and students for 17 years. He has authored many publications including A Heart for the Community, A Heart for the City and Training Students for Urban Ministry. John and his wife, Nellie, have three children and a granddaughter.
For more information about Doc, please visit re:source global's website.
Chris Fabry is the host
of Chris Fabry Live!, two hours of spiritual
encouragement from his backyard radio fence. The program challenges
listeners to think biblically about their spiritual journeys. Chris
is also the author of the Christy Award-winning novel
Dogwood, June Bug, ECPA Christian Book
Award-winner (Fiction) Almost Heaven, Not in
the Heart and Borders of the Heart. He and
his family live near Tucson, Ariz. To find out more, please visit Chris' website.