Muslim women are coming out of hiding and telling their stories. With courageous voices, they disclose tales of shame and a fierce desire to be valued. We hold our breath as they whisper accounts of Jesus dressed in light, coming to them in dreams, offering honor in the place of shame, freedom instead of oppression. Their tales narrate a secret reality for all of us. We all long to be known, to be valued, to be rescued. We all are in desperate need of a Savior. Join us to learn more about honor and shame in the Muslim world.
This hour we celebrate the joy of free speech. This cherished liberty gives us the freedom to say what we believe. Whether it’s speaking on a college campus or proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ in an open-air stadium, our guests today will tell you what they are saying – and why they are saying it! Don’t miss a minute of this riveting conversation.
Audrey Frank is an author, speaker, and true-story teller. She and her family have spent over 20 years serving Muslims overseas and the in the US. Audrey is a popular international speaker on the honor-shame worldview and its impact on the Muslim woman’s journey to Christ. She trains women and men in the global mission community to engage the unreached with the Gospel of Christ. Audrey has a BS in Communication Disorders, an MA in Speech-Language Pathology, and a BA in Biblical and Intercultural Studies, but her greatest credential is that she is known and loved by the One who made her.
Isabel Brown is a recent college graduate from Colorado who endured years of leftist indoctrination in student government and leadership positions, in the classroom, and while engaging in conservative politics on campus. She is a former U.S Senate and White House intern. Isabel was a former chapter president for Turning Point USA and endured personal attacks simply for sponsoring conservative speakers on her campus. Isabel encourages fellow young conservatives to action by “entering the arena” to engage in the exchange of political views. Isabel will soon attend Georgetown University pursing her Masters in Biomedical Sciences Policy and Advocacy, while she continues her media position at PragerU focused on college students and the adversity they experience simply because of their conservative and Christian beliefs.
Greg Laurie is the senior pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside and Irvine California. In 1990, Greg began holding large-scale public evangelistic events called Harvest Crusades. Since that time, more than 5 million people have attended Harvest Crusades events around the United States, and in Australia and New Zealand with more than 400,000 registered professions of faith. Greg is the author of several books including The Upside Down Church and hosts the television program GregLaurie.tv and the nationally syndicated radio program A New Beginning.