When we pray, do we pray according to God's will? Dawn and Steve in the Morning share a devotional from Blackaby Ministries International that explores the interaction between Jesus and Bartimaeus.
So Jesus answered and said to him, "What do you want Me to do for you?" Mark 10:51
Dawn and Steve also discuss an article by Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth called "8 Truths Sound Doctrine Tells Us."
Listen as Dawn and Steve have an insightful conversation about Amanda Idleman's article "4 Biblical Cures for a Languishing Spirit" and Hillary Morgan Ferrer's article "Teaching Our Kids to Spot Empty Statements."
Anthony Evans tells us about his new book When Faith Meets Therapy: Find Hope and a Practical Path to Emotional, Spiritual, and Relational Healing. Anthony's book helps to dispel the cultural myths and stigmas that surround professional therapy.
For two decades, Anthony Evans has voiced the gospel with a melodic, thought-provoking style, and has emerged as one of Christian music’s premier worship leaders and singer/songwriters. Along the way, Anthony has released ten solo projects, (the last two climbing all the way to #1 on Billboard’s Top Gospel Album charts), released his first book, Unexpected Places, done numerous music videos, acted in two movies, and performed as “Beast” in Disney’s Hollywood Bowl production of Beauty and the Beast. In addition, he has collaborated on inspirational events with his father, beloved pastor, and international speaker, Dr. Tony Evans; his sisters, Priscilla Shirer and Chrystal Evans Hurst; and his brother, author, and speaker Jonathan Evans.
In more recent years, Anthony has been working in Los Angeles, where he appeared on NBC’s The Voice. His time on the show led to him being discovered and asked to perform and produce vocals for various major networks. In addition to vocal production, Anthony has been enlisted as a talent producer for an assortment of popular reality and competition shows. This sojourn in LA has led him to think more progressively about his music—he desires to communicate in terms that connect with people spiritually, no matter where they are in their journey with the Lord, without compromising his own faith and message.