Addiction is a huge problem in this country and, yes, it does impact the Church. Join us to hear a transparent and unashamed conversation with a father and daughter as they share first-person insights into the daughter’s struggles with drugs and alcohol as a teen---and what it took to get and stay clean. Her pastor father will offer a parent's perspective of those years and provide hope and real strategies to those longing for freedom---and their loved ones.
In college, our guest found herself challenged to defend her faith, and the beliefs she knew to be true began to unravel. Today, she shares her journey of discovering the biblical Jesus and the key conversations that led her from the faith of her ancestors to conversion to Christianity. She will help us understand the nuances of the history and evolution of Mormon culture and we will learn to identify the vital differences between the Mormon and biblical plans of salvation.
Rob Koke is the founder and Senior Pastor of Shoreline Church in Austin, Texas. He and his wife, Dr. Laura Koke, inspire thousands of lives each week through the ministry of Shoreline Church and its various outreaches. He and his wife founded the Caleb Foundation to honor their son, Caleb, who was relocated to heaven after a tragic car accident. The Caleb Foundation is dedicated to helping children and youth discover their self-worth and achieve their purpose through education, health services, life skills, and character development.
Danielle Koke Germain is a speaker, writer, and director for The Landing, a Celebrate Recovery Program for teens at Shoreline Church. Danielle is pursuing her ministry license, working to help those struggling with self-image struggles, peer pressures, and addiction issues.
Lisa Brockman is a writer, spiritual director, and missionary. Raised in the Mormon faith, Lisa met Jesus while studying at the University of Utah. A staff member of Cru, Lisa is passionate about her family, theology, spiritual formation, and Jesus Christ.