Suffering is a part of life, but it’s never easy. Our lives get turned upside down, and we wonder how God could allow these things to happen. Yet, we are told to believe that He is still good, and that He still loves us. If only it was that easy. Tune in for a conversation with two guests who have suffered greatly themselves, but have a theology of suffering that we can all learn from.
Managing money is difficult, especially within a marriage. Our guest today can help you and your spouse manage it well, and keep you out of debt. Tune in for real-life advice and join the conversation!
Andrew J. Schmutzer is Professor of Biblical Studies at Moody Bible Institute (Chicago, Illinois). In addition to numerous articles and essays on the Old Testament, he has written the exegetical theology, Be Fruitful and Multiply, and co-edited a volume of essays on the Psalms, and he serves as contributing editor for the interdisciplinary journal Edification.
Gerald Peterman is Professor of Bible and Director of Biblical and Theological Studies at Moody Bible Institute. Before coming to Moody he taught at Palm Beach Atlantic College in West Palm Beach, FL, spent 4 1/2 years doing church planting for the Evangelical Free Church in central Florida and in south central Iowa, and also served eight years in the Air National Guard as a Chaplain. Peterman also serves part-time at his local church. For Moody Publishers he has written Joy and Tears: The Emotional Life of the Christian (2013) and Between Pain and Grace: A Biblical Theology of Suffering with Dr. Andrew Schmutzer. Research interests include New Testament Greek Language and Exegesis, Greek and Roman Background to the New Testament, and Biblical Theology. Gerald has been married to Marjory since January 1984, with two adult daughters, Bethany and Grace.
Mary Hunt is founder and publisher of Debt-Proof Living, an organization consisting of an interactive website, a monthly newsletter, and personal finance tools. At Mary Hunt’s peak, she owed more than $100,000 in unsecured debt, with no way to pay it off. But she did, every cent—plus interest! She knows the pain, the struggles and the emotional toll being in debt can cause. As a nationally-regarded public speaker and authority on spending habits and consumer debt, Mary speaks throughout the country. She has also written books such as Can I Pay My Credit Card Bill with A Credit Card?,and most recently, 7 Money Rules for Life. Her books have sold more than a million copies, and her articles appear in such magazines as Woman’s Day, Guideposts, and Bottom Line.
In the Market with Janet Parshall, challenges listeners to examine major news stories and issues being debated in the marketplace of ideas and speaks to them with the Word of God. In this fast-paced, caller-driven program, Janet evaluates newsworthy topics with guests and listeners using the Bible as a framework for discussion. This daily program addresses relevant issues important to Christians, with an engaging mix of listener interaction and commentary from highly respected guests.