Start your day with Dawn and Steve in the Morning as they share a devotional from Blackaby Ministries International based on Scripture from Colossians.
Him we preach, warning every man and teaching every man in all wisdom, that we may present every man perfect in Christ Jesus. Colossians 1:28
In addition, Dawn and Steve explore an article by Joe Carter titled "The FAQs: SCOTUS Hears Argument in Praying Coach Case."
Ryan George is a guest on Dawn and Steve in the Morning to explain how God met him in his fears and SCARED HIM TO LIFE!
Ryan has pursued adrenaline rushes and encounters with the Divine on all seven continents and both polar circles. During the week, he works as a virtual marketing assistant for auctioneers in 5 time zones. Ryan is the author of Scared to Life and Word on the Street. He interviews fellow adventurers on the Everyday Adventures podcast. On the weekend, he leads his church's parking lot greeter team and shepherds the Dude Group, a spiritual adventure community for men. He is married to Crystal since September of 2000 and has officially been a dad since November 2021. Ryan lives on the front range of Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains.
Leonardo Blair has written the article "Will the metaverse end the megachurch?" and he joins the conversation on Dawn and Steve in the Morning to explore the digital church.
Leonardo Blair is an award-winning investigative reporter and feature writer whose career spanned secular media in the Caribbean and New York City prior to joining The Christian Post in 2013. His early work with CP focusing on crime and Christian society quickly attracted international attention when he exposed a campaign by Creflo Dollar Ministries in 2015 to raise money from supporters to purchase a $65 million luxury jet. He continues to report extensively on church crimes, spiritual abuse, mental health, the black church, and major events impacting Christian culture.
He is a 2007 alumnus of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, where he was an inaugural member of the Toni Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism. He lives with his wife and two sons in New York City.