As we walk each day with the Lord, he reminds us of our dependence on Him. Join Dawn and Steve in the Morning for a devotional from Blackaby Ministries International and learn why our faith in Him today cannot substitute for our trust in Him tomorrow.
"Give us this day our daily bread." Matthew 6:11
Also, Dawn shares an article by Nick Batzig called "Honor Your Need for Both Work and Rest This Labor Day."
Rev. Percy McCray Jr. provides encouragement, insight, and hope for those on the cancer journey. Rev. McCray has spent more than 20 years ministering to cancer patients and their caregivers at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA). He recognizes cancer care ministry as a special calling from God and considers faith a key, but often overlooked, a component of cancer treatment. He now serves as the Director of Faith-Based Programs at CTCA® and provides leadership to the pastoral care staff at all five CTCA hospitals. In addition, Rev. McCray oversees Our Journey of Hope®, a nationwide cancer care ministry training, and support program. Finally, he cohosts Health, Hope & Inspiration, an award-winning podcast developed to help people find answers to questions about cancer, cancer prevention, and overall healthy living.
Also, in this second hour, Daniel Blackaby talks with us about his article "The Religiosity of Fandom."
Matt Markins from Awana Youth Ministries is in-studio to discuss the 2022 Child Discipleship Forum and to give encouragement to leaders, disciplers, and family members who love and want to teach children how to follow Jesus.
Matt is the president and CEO of Awana. Prior to joining the ministry’s executive leadership team, Markins served in leadership roles with Randall House and Thomas Nelson publishers and is the co-founder of the D6 Conference, a discipleship and family ministry community. He’s a public speaker and the co-author of three books: RESILIENT: Child Discipleship and the Fearless Future of the Church, Leading KidMin: How to Drive Real Change in Children’s Ministry, and The Gospel Truth About Children’s Ministry. Markins and his wife, Katie, have been local church volunteers for more than 20 years and spend their time in Nashville and Chicago with their sons Warren and Hudson.