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The Emotionally Healthy Church

Emotionally Healthy Church

Air Date March 3, 2015


Summary

Peter Scazzero says our churches are in trouble, and on this Midday Connection, we’ll continue a discussion of his groundbreaking book, The Emotionally Healthy Church. We’ll look at what it takes to lead people to wholeness and maturity in Christ, while addressing some of the reasons our growth becomes stunted, keeping us from becoming true disciples of Christ.

You may be interested in taking the  free Inventory of Spiritual and Emotional Maturity.

Panel

Anita Lustrea

Anita Lustrea

Anita Lustrea is a graduate of Moody Bible Institute and has worked for Moody Radio since 1984. She is a sought-after conference and retreat speaker and loves to connect with Midday Connection listeners face-to-face. Anita’s first book, What Women Tell Me,released from Zondervan. Her second book, Shades of Mercy, co-authored with Caryn Rivadeneira, released from Moody Publishers.  Anita lives in the Chicago suburbs with her husband, Mike, and her son, John.

To learn more about Anita, her speaking schedule and to read her blog, visit her website and follow her on Twitter.

Caryn Rivadeniera

Caryn Rivadeneira
Caryn is a part-time member of the Midday Connection team. About once a week, you can find her on-air or in the producer’s chair. In the other parts of her life, Caryn is a writer, speaker, worship-planner, mom and wife. Her newest book is Broke: What Financial Desperation Revealed about God’s Abundance (InterVarsity Press, 2014). Caryn lives with her husband, three kids and one rescued pit bull in the western suburbs of Chicago. To learn more about Caryn, please visit her website. Twitter: @carynrivadeneir

Judy Sandiford

Judy Sandiford

Judy is the Executive Administrative Assistant to the President of Moody Bible Institute. Being born in Morocco to missionary parents started her life’s journey, which includes an eclectic background of ministry and secular work experience. Her overseas missionary work gave her a heart for diversity. 

Working in the corporate world allowed her to develop the ability to relate to people of all walks of life. But it was her position as Dean of Women at a Bible Institute in Canada that led to her desire to disciple young women. She is passionate about providing a safe relationship for young women to be authentic—encouraging and challenging them toward a growing relationship with God.