After more than two decades of missionary work in Turkey, Andrew Brunson was arrested in October 2016 and accused of espionage. Join us as he describes ministering to marginalized people in a Muslim land; the attention, suspicion, and risks he---and his wife, Norine---felt but accepted; and his story of imprisonment, brokenness, and eventual freedom. Don’t miss this fascinating story of what it means to say, “Yes, Lord.”
The Holy Spirit is not a magic genie, a flame of fire, or a vague feeling; He is our constant companion! Our guest will draw on biblical knowledge and personal stories---including her recent cancer diagnosis---to help us understand and appreciate the meaning behind seven of the titles given to this Third Person: Helper, Comforter, Advocate, Intercessor, Counselor, Strengthener, and Standby. This is a conversation not to be missed.
Andrew Brunson is an American pastor. He holds a PhD in New Testament from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. Andrew and his wife, Norine, were involved in starting churches, training believers, aiding refugees, and a house of prayer in Turkey for twenty-three years until being falsely accused of terrorism in October 2016. Following this, Andrew was held for two years in Turkish prisons. Due to a worldwide prayer movement and significant political pressure from the US government, he was finally sentenced to time served and dramatically released in October 2018.
Anne Graham Lotz, called "the best preacher in the family" by her father, Billy Graham, is an international speaker and the best-selling, award-winning author of numerous books, including Just Give Me Jesus. The New York Times named Anne one of the five most influential evangelists of her generation. She’s been profiled on 60 Minutes and has appeared on programs such as Larry King Live, Today, and The Sean Hannity Show. Anne is the president of AnGeL Ministries in Raleigh, North Carolina, and the former chairperson for the National Day of Prayer.