As Christians, do we have passion for the gospel? Listeners join Dawn and Steve Mornings for a morning devotional from Corinthians.
Do you not know that those who run in a race all run, but one receives the prize? Run in such a way that you may obtain it. And everyone who competes for the prize is temperate in all things. Now they do it to obtain a perishable crown, but we for an imperishable crown. 1 Corinthinas 9:24-25
Worship leader and concert artist, Charles Billingsley, is a special guest this morning on Dawn and Steve Mornings to celebrate his new album, I Was Made for This and a new song "Sing for My Soul." Billingsley was diagnosed with COVID-19 in early April. During his time in the hospital, he discovered how much listening to worship music helped him through that difficult time. Billingsley is now COVID-free and we are grateful to have him share his insight on Moody Radio.
Are you the parent of a prodigal son or daughter? If so, how do parents maintain hope? Dawn and Steve Mornings discuss an article from Crosswalk.com written by Susan Aken called "10 Affirmations for the Parent of a Prodigal Child."
Charles Billingsley is an acclaimed singer/songwriter, pastor, author and worship leader. Launching his career nearly three decades ago as a lead vocalist for GRAMMY®-nominated genre giants NewSong, Charles has since headlined more than 3,200 concerts, released 23 recordings as a solo artist and garnered seven #1 Inspirational radio hits. He serves as the worship leader for such popular events as Women of Joy, Gridiron Men’s Conference and Celebrators Conference, and is the author of Words on Worship: Devotions of Praise (Worthy Inspired). Additionally, Charles is a teaching pastor at the 8,000- member Thomas Road Baptist Church in Lynchburg, Virginia, preaching once a month and also leading worship monthly. And, he’s an adjunct professor at Liberty University’s Center for Music & Worship, a specialized training program he helped found more than a decade ago.