Kelli and Steve share their ideas for New Year's Eve traditions. The history of the "Ball" is revealed, and Steve shows his disdain for the streets of New York for this evening's events. Kelli will be celebrating in the Muncie fashion, with pizza rolls.
What happened after the birth of Jesus?
We've spent December focusing on Jesus' humble entry to our world. Today Nancy Fitzgerald shares the reality of daily life within the Christmas story, yet opens our eyes to hope within monotony.
Because of your giving, Moody Radio has been on the air for 21 years in Central Indiana! We are so thankful to have partnered with you in service for our King. Let's continue to proclaim the Gospel!
In the light of this week's headlines, Dr. Michael Rydelnik openly discusses the shock and continual spate of anti-semitism. Semitism is the world's oldest hatred. The Christian Church sadly played a huge part in it's growth. Over time, semitism has become a racial war, and now a common violent issue in America. Now Christians must take the lead in Philo(loving)-Semitism.
Carmel native, Nancy Fitzgerald is known for her golfing ability; she is an amateur golf champion on the state and national level. Nancy was inducted into the Indiana Golf Hall of Fame. She's also the Founder and Executive Director of Anchorsaway. Anchorsaway Christian Worldveiw Curriculum prepares seniors in high school and college students to live out and share the truths of the Christian worldview. It equips this younger generation for personal regeneration, moral revival and cultural restoration.
Doug Hastings grew up in Chicago, graduated from Moody’s communications program in 1979, and earned a BA in Radio and TV from Columbia College. He joined Moody Radio in 1981 and has served in marketing, operations, and programming. In his role as general manager, Doug oversees the business, facility, and financial areas of Moody Radio. He lives in Dyer, Ind., with his wife, Nancy; they have two adult children. On the weekends he sings and plays bass guitar in his church’s worship team.
Rydelnik is professor of Jewish Studies at Moody Bible Institute and the Bible teacher on Moody Radio’s Open Line, answering listener Bible questions on over 200 stations nationwide. The son of Holocaust survivors, Michael was raised in an observant Jewish home in Brooklyn, N.Y. As a high school student, Michael became a follower of Jesus the Messiah and began teaching the Bible almost immediately.