You Can Take Control of Your Thoughts! Confused by the competing voices in your head? You’re not alone! Not mastering your thought life will eat away at your self-worth, poison your relationships, stunt your growth, and complicate your life. Our guest, a best-selling author, and Bible teacher, will show you how to conquer those thoughts and feelings that keep dragging you down. With God’s help, you can set your heart free and find peace of mind. The Loudest Voice Doesn’t Have to Win!
Join us as we look at some of the stories making headlines and then dive into some crucial legal issues that impact families all across the country. What happened at the Bear Creek Bible church? What does this case tell us about religious liberty? Also – what does the future of Title IX look like? Why should Christians care about these issues? Get ready to think critically and biblically.
Patrick Morley is the founder of Man in the Mirror, an international ministry impacting thousands of churches and millions of men. He started a weekly Bible study in a bar in 1986—a study that now reaches thousands of men around the world every week (mimbiblestudy.com). That study gave rise to the first of his 22 books, The Man in the Mirror, named one of the 100 most influential Christian books of the last 100 years. Patrick graduated from the University of Central Florida, earned a PhD in management, completed postgraduate studies at Harvard Business School and Oxford University, and graduated from Reformed Theological Seminary.
Sarah Perry is a senior legal fellow in the Institute for Constitutional Government at The Heritage Foundation in Washington, DC. She is also former Senior Counsel to the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights at the U.S. Department of Education, where she focused on policy reform, technical guidance, employee relations, and Department's annual report to the federal government. She is also a policy consultant and widely-published author with publications on topics ranging from public policy and education, to parenting, law, disability advocacy, and the arts. Sarah managed education reform initiatives at the Family Research Council and has written widely on the fight against the industrialized education complex. Her work at the Family Research Council also included the building and oversight of multiple policy coalitions geared toward the fight against antisemitism in academia, limiting tech censorship, and protecting religious liberty. Her work has appeared at Human Events, Christianity Today, the Stream, the Daily Caller, Townhall and others.