July 16, 2015
Hour 1: When God Intervenes
The life of Dabney Hedegard is a testimony to the remarkable power of prayer. Dabney has experienced multiple life-threatening medical emergencies, family crisis and financial loss and watched God provide every time. Her story will inspire your faith in a God who hears and answers no matter what the odds!
Hour 2: Game Changer
Kirk Cousins, quarterback for the Washington Redskins and one of the most successful quarterbacks in Michigan State University history, is a role-model for many young athletes. With wise counsel for teens, adults, and non-athletes, too, Kirk will share the realities of his life and the role of God’s Word in his success, both on and off the field.
IN THIS EPISODE
Dabney Hedegard is a writer, speaker, and professional patient. Dabney graduated from Palm Beach Atlantic University with a BA in theater. In addition to writing for The Good News newspaper, Dabney is a sought after speaker.
Three-time team captain and Kirk Cousins is considered to be one of the most successful quarterbacks in Michigan State University history, holding MSU records for passing yards, touchdowns, completions, and more. In addition to his success on the gridiron, Kirk was named Academic All-Big Ten four years in a row, and he was selected as the 2011 Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award winner in the NCAA Division I Football Bowl. In 2012, Kirk was drafted by the Washington Redskins, where he has continued to inspire on and off the field.
Don Cousins grew up thinking he would become a coach at a major college or university but did a u-turn in college when he felt called into ministry. He became a founding staff member of Willow Creek Community Church, with Bill Hybels, who had been Don's youth pastor. After serving at Willow Creek for 17 years, Don launched his own ministry designed to help build and strengthen churches and para-church ministries and those who lead them. He is currently serving as the Interim Lead Pastor at Discovery Church in Orlando, Fl. Don is also the father of Washington Redskins’ quarterback, Kirk Cousins.