Speaker and author, Lisa Boucher, discusses her new book, Pray. Trust. Ride: Lessons on Surrender from a Cowgirl and King. Lisa hopes to help others to lean on God and let go of those things in our lives that strangle our hearts and keep us up at night.
Lisa is also the author of Raising the Bottom: Making Mindful Choices in a Drinking Culture, an award-winning book that won the 2017 Best Book Awards in the category of women’s health and placed as a finalist in the category of addiction/recovery. After short stints where she trained polo horses, worked as a flight attendant, hairdresser, and bartender, she realized that the time to implement serious change had arrived. She gave up drinking, revamped her life, and settled in as a registered nurse where living a life in recovery became her way. For the past twenty-eight years, Lisa has worked with hundreds of women to overcome alcoholism, live better lives and become better parents.
Lisa is the author of 5 books, holds a BA in English, and is a mother of twin sons. She currently resides in Ohio with her husband.
Dr. Jim Thompson talks with Dawn and Steve about his book, The Enoch Generation: The Generation of the Convergence of Bible Prophecy with Signs of the Times That Point to the Last Days and the End Times.
Dr. Jim Thompson currently serves at International Cooperating Ministries (ICM), the Global Church Developer in Hampton, Virginia. He pastored for eighteen years and has been working in global missions for the past eighteen years. He also serves as an adjunct professor at Southeastern University in Lakeland, Florida. He holds a DMin from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary.
He and his wife Gloria live in Florida and have two grown children and four grandchildren.
Dawn and Steve have a conversation about activities in our lives that cause the time to evaporate!
“Be very careful, then, how you live – not as unwise but as wise, making the most of every opportunity, because the days are evil. Therefore do not be foolish, but understand what the Lord’s will is.” – Ephesians 5:15-17