Join us this hour as we celebrate the first anniversary of an organization working to rebuild relationships with law enforcement - relationships that have been forged through the loss of a loved one. Then, what happens when a tech giant categorizes your ministry as a hate group – and attempts to silence the work God has called you to do? Learn of the journey one such ministry is on to help those who struggle. Plus, we will take a look at some of the stories making the news.
Spiritual warfare is real – and it's rough. But we have been guaranteed victory through and because of Jesus Christ. Many people have questions about the reality of this battle so come with any question you have on the war taking place all around us and you will receive a clear, concise, and biblical answer.
Sylvia Bennett-Stone serves as the Executive Director of the Voices of Black Mothers United initiative. After losing her daughter to senseless violence in 2004, Sylvia began her life-long commitment of helping uplift the lives of others by founding the Innovative Approach Foundation and chronicling her own healing journey in her book “Mindfields: A Healing Journey to Survive the Murder of a Child”. It is from these committed efforts to serve the community that she started Voices of Black Mothers United. With Sylvia at the helm as Executive Director, the VBMU initiative has grown to service thousands of mothers who have lost children and are implementing solutions to address community violence.
Denise Shick is the founder and executive director of Help 4 Families Ministry. She is the author of four children’s books and several nonfiction books, including My Daddy’s Secret, Understanding Gender Confusion—A Faith-Based Perspective, and Transgender Confusion—A Biblical Q&A for Families. She is an ordained minister and has a BA in psychology. She has been interviewed on several faith-based radio and television programs. She is also a conference speaker and presents workshops on gender identity dysphoria and its impact on families. Denise has led church-based support groups for people with sexual addictions and has assisted groups in an alcohol and substance abuse clinic. She served seven years in a Christian pregnancy center in several roles and implemented an abstinence program, for which she was the director.
Dr. Payne is a pastor, teacher, speaker, author and former NFL chaplain. He is currently on staff at Antioch Bible Church of Redmond, WA. where his primary role is serving as the Pastor of Leadership Development and Discipleship Training. He served as the chaplain for the Seattle Seahawks football team from 1994-2015.