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Start your morning with a devotional from Blackaby Ministries International about cultivating our hearts.
Sow for yourselves righteousness; Reap in mercy; Break up your fallow ground, For it is time to seek the LORD, Till He comes and rains righteousness on you. Hosea 10:12
In addition, musician Nathan Sheridan graciously shares his story and his new song, "Something Worth Singing About." Singer/songwriter Nathan Sheridan was born in Pensacola, Florida, to parents dealing with addiction. At the age of 4, Nathan and his sister went to live with their grandparents in Pearl River, Louisiana. Several years later, Nathan’s sister Sara passed away after battling brain cancer. Nathan made a commitment to Christ when he was 14, and three years later, after graduation, enlisted in the National Guard where he served six years. While deployed in Kuwait, Nathan led worship for fellow soldiers, providing a foundation that impacts his ministry today. Nathan and his wife live outside Nashville.
Melissa Briggs, an expert in Hebrew, will talk with us about the Hebrew word, Yeshua HaMashiach. Melissa is an experienced Hebrew teacher passionate about making the language of the Scriptures accessible to everyone. Born in the USA, Melissa studied Hebrew in Jerusalem, then taught in England for over a decade. She now lives in Nashville, Tennessee with her husband and two children. She loves helping students to achieve their goals of reading the Bible in the original language or learning to converse in Modern Hebrew.
Director Ben Smallbone and Executive Producer John Erwin will discuss the movie in theaters today titled Johnny Cash: The Redemption of an American Icon. Learn the inspiring story about how "The Man in Black" saw the light!
Enemy Mode? Ray Woolridge will give us insight into our brains and the book he co-authored with Jim Wilder titled Escaping Enemy Mode: How Our Brains Unite or Divide Us. He is the Executive Director of Life Model Works. With master’s degrees in Strategic Studies and Theology, Ray is a skilled public communicator and a leadership coach who enjoys helping leaders discover their uniqueness and unleash their potential. He is a retired US Army Brigadier General with forty-three years of military and civilian service with the Department of Defense.