When the Titanic collided with an iceberg on April 14th, the eight members of the band had already retired for the evening. Still, they put on overcoats and played as the ship was sinking. Our guest joins us to share their story of bravery and courage in the face of imminent death.
Do you see trouble as a negative? Most people do. But what if our problems lead us to greater blessings and a higher purpose? Our guest is a retired U.S. Navy Admiral and currently the 62nd Chaplain of the U.S. Senate. He joins Janet for a powerful discussion about finding your God-given purpose in the middle of life’s most troubling times!
Steve Turner is an English music journalist, biographer and poet, who has spent his career chronicling and interviewing people from the worlds of music, film, television, fashion, art, and literature. He regularly contributes to newspapers such as The Mail on Sunday and The Times and his many books include Imagine: A Vision for Christians in the Arts, Popcultured: Thinking Christianly About Style, Media and Entertainment, Hungry for Heaven: Rock and Roll and the Search for Redemption, U2: Rattle and Hum, Van Morrison: Too Late to Stop Now, and A Hard Day's Write: The Stories Behind Every Beatles Song. Originally from Northamptonshire, England, Turner’s career as a journalist began as features editor of Beat Instrumental where he interviewed many of the prominent rock musicians of the 1970s. His articles have appeared in Rolling Stone, Mojo, Q, and the London Times, and he has also written several poetry books for both adults and children.
Rear Admiral Barry C. Black (Ret.) is the 62nd Chaplain of the U.S. Senate. Prior to coming to Capitol Hill, Chaplain Black served in the U.S. Navy for more than twenty-seven years, ending his distinguished career as the chief of Navy chaplains. In addition to earning Master of Arts degrees in divinity, counseling, and management, he has received a doctorate degree in ministry and a doctor of philosophy degree in psychology.