Our pursuits can be defining. What defines you today? What is your "testimony"? Dawn and Steve Mornings will explore an article from The Gospel Coalition by Benjamin R. Merkle called "Sipping Poison Won't Make You Wise (Take My Word for It!)."
Neighbors helping neighbors! People taking care of one another in their communities! Dawn and Steve Mornings will highlight an inspirational story found in an article from ABC News by Tommy Brooksbank called "Fridges filled with free food are popping up around New York City to combat food insecurity."
Special guest, Phil Fischer of Veggietales, joins Dawn and Steve Mornings to talk about caring for one another well in addition to his new platform to teach history and the heroes of the faith.
Author and filmmaker Phil Vischer has had a significant impact on American culture. His groundbreaking children’s series, VeggieTales, has sold more than 65 million copies, been featured in major magazines and newspapers and even spoofed by Saturday Night Live and The Simpsons. Phil created Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber as a 25 year-old Chicago-based computer animator, searching for ways to integrate his faith and his filmmaking. With the help of his wife, Lisa, his college buddy Mike Nawrocki, two art school grads and his church’s music director, Kurt Heinecke, Phil landed VeggieTales videos in a third of all American households with young children.
Phil has produced What’s in the Bible? – a 13-part DVD series walking families all the way through from Genesis to Revelation, explaining the origins, meaning, and some of the “trickier bits” of the world’s most influential book. Phil is also a frequent radio guest on Family Life Radio, Focus on the Family, and others.