What do you know about having a relationship with God? Join Dawn and Steve in the Morning for a devotional from Blackaby Ministries International about God's grand design for our lives.
In addition, author Glenna Marshall will inspire us to memorize the Bible with her new book Memorizing Scripture: The Basics, Blessings, and Benefits of Meditating on God's Word. She is a pastor's wife, mom of two boys, musician, and writer.
Kelly C. Miller found unexpected JOY as he transitioned from an executive leader to Dean of Student Life at a boarding school in Uganda. He shares his incredible journey and book Unexpected Joy: Finding True Purpose Through Surrender.
Kelly Miller founded the 314 Community to ensure that the students who graduate from the secondary boarding school in Uganda where he lived and served for five years would have the funding, resources, and discipleship needed to live abundant and God-glorifying lives that challenge and transform their communities. A successful software executive, Kelly has been actively engaged in ministry for 20 years—preaching, writing, discipling students, and leading trips worldwide to share the good news of Jesus.
Relationships start when the transaction ends. David Hoffman is here for a fascinating conversation about focusing on the people God places in our lives! Learn more about David's book Relationships over Rules: 7 Principles to Lead Gracefully and Love Generously - Harnessing the Power of Relationships to Overcome Your Past and Embrace Your Future.
David travels the United States and Canada to speak at real estate, mortgage, and other sales conferences, churches, concerts, and music festivals, etc. on the value of the relationships in our lives; reminding many that God gives us all of the gifts and people that we need to reach our true potential. The adversity in David's own life, followed by his comeback story helps him to relate with people from all walks of life. David is regularly called on by local and national media for his expertise on both real estate and the economy, as David was an economist in Washington, DC before moving to Charlotte in 2005. David and his wife, Jessica live in Charlotte with their two boys, Kane and Knox.