How can you motivate your teens to make good moral choices? Our guest, a best-selling apologist, will explain why today's older children believe that they should determine what's right and wrong; how culture denies the existence of universal truth (and where this misconception began); and why it's God's character and nature that ultimately define good and evil. Today, we learn how to teach the next generation to “contend” for the faith.
Join us to hear the true behind-the-scenes story of an undercover CIA agent! Recruited for a perilous mission, counterterrorism operative our guest wondered: Can I do this job? Did I misunderstand God's calling on my life? Do I have what it takes to survive? Join us to hear how she faces a life-or-death decision---and discovers a faith greater than her fears.
Josh McDowell has been at the forefront of cultural trends and groundbreaking ministry for over five decades. He shares the essentials of the Christian faith in everyday language so that youth, families, churches, leaders, and individuals of all ages are prepared for the life of faith and the work of the ministry. This includes leveraging resources based on years of experiences, new technologies, and strategic partnerships. Since 1961, Josh has delivered more than 27,000 talks to over 25,000,000 people in 125 countries. He is the author or coauthor of 142 books, including More Than a Carpenter and New Evidence That Demands a Verdict, recognized by World Magazine as one of the top 40 books of the twentieth century. Josh's books are available in over 100 different languages.
Michele Rigby Assad is a former undercover officer in the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency’s Directorate of Operations. Trained as a counterterrorism specialist, Michele served her country for ten years, working in Iraq and other secret Middle Eastern locations. Upon retirement from active service, Michele and her husband Joseph (also a former agent) joined a group of Americans who wished to aid persecuted Christians. Their efforts resulted in the evacuation of a group from northern Iraq that was featured on ABC’s 20/20 in December 2015. Michele holds a master’s degree in Contemporary Arab Studies from Georgetown University. Today she serves as an international security consultant, splitting her time between the Middle East, Florida, and Washington, D.C.