Pastor and author David Chadwick has written a new book that tackles the realness of anxiety and what to do about it. Dawn and Steve Mornings welcome Pastor Chadwick to the morning show for a timely and practical discussion about his book Moving Beyond Anxiety.
New York Times best-selling author, Lisa Bevere, is a guest on Dawn and Steve Mornings! Bevere will share about her new book Godmothers: Why You Need One. How to Be One and what it means to make disciples.
Pastor Tim Ross is a special guest on Dawn and Steve Mornings to discuss his book, Upset the World. Pastor Ross will explore how upsetting people can break down barriers and build relationships.
David Chadwick has been a pastor for almost 40 years. Along with theological degrees, he earned a Specialist's degree in counseling. The love of his life is Marilynn, his wife for more than 40 years. He has three children, Bethany, David, and Michael. They are all married and have given David and Marilynn one of the great joys of their lives: six grandchildren. David loves Jesus, his family, the church, and basketball—in that order. He especially loves seeing people understand the power of Jesus's grace to change a heart.
Lisa Bevere has spent nearly three decades empowering women of all ages to find their identity and purpose. She is a New York Times bestselling author and internationally known speaker. Her previous books, which include Fight Like a Girl, Lioness Arising, Girls with Swords, Without Rival, and Adamant, are in the hands of millions worldwide. Lisa and her husband, John, are the founders of Messenger International, an organization committed to developing uncompromising followers of Christ who transform their world.
Tim Ross is the senior pastor of the multi-ethnic, multi-generational Embassy City Church in Irving, Texas. He speaks both nationally and internationally strengthening believers with the good news of Jesus Christ. Tim’s dynamic teaching style and uncanny ability to help people understand the gospel message makes him an asset to ministries across cultural and denominational lines.