Yesterday, protestors stormed the U.S. Capitol as lawmakers were debating the certification of the electoral votes. Dawn and Steve discuss an article from Dr. Russell Moore that challenges us to respond as people of truth in a republic that seems more fragile than ever before.
Dr. Jim Denison is a guest on Dawn and Steve Mornings to discuss the events that unfolded at the U.S. Capitol. Denison shares a biblical response and the promise of redemptive hope.
Sergey Rakhuba joins the conversation on Dawn and Steve Mornings! Rakhuba is a Moody graduate and is president of Mission Eurasia. Mission Eurasia trains, equips and mobilizes national Christian leaders throughout Eurasia and Israel who are transforming their countries for Christ.
He is the co-founder and Chief Vision Officer of the Denison Forum, a Dallas-based nonprofit that comments on current issues through a biblical lens. Every weekday morning, his Daily Article email newsletter reaches more than 240,000 readers. He is the author of multiple books, including Bright Hope for Tomorrow: How Jesus’ Parables Illuminate Our Darkest Days, Respectfully, I Disagree: How to Be a Civil Person in an Uncivil Time, and the Biblical Insight to Tough Questions series. Dr. Denison has taught on the philosophy of religion and apologetics at several seminaries. His residencies and fellowships include Resident Scholar for Ethics with Baylor Scott & White Health, Senior Fellow with the 21st Century Wilberforce Initiative, and Senior Fellow for Cultural Studies at Dallas Baptist University's Institute for Global Engagement. Jim and his wife, Janet, live in Dallas, Texas. They have two sons and four grandchildren.
Sergey Rakhuba has served as the president of Mission Eurasia since 2010. Prior to this, Rakhuba served as the vice president of Mission Eurasia (then Russian Ministries). Today, as Mission Eurasia’s president, Rakhuba casts the strategic vision for the organization and plays a leading role in developing and implementing strategic ministry models designed to transform the spiritual landscape of Eurasia. Sergey attended Moody Bible Institute, studying International Ministries and Evangelism. Sergey and his wife, Tanya, live near Wheaton, Illinois with their young daughter, Sophia. Sergey and Tanya also have two older, married children, Dmitri and Yevgenia (Geni).