It's all about surrender, praise, thankfulness, and God's goodness as Dawn and Steve in the Morning share a devotional from My Utmost for His Highest by Oswald Chambers titled "Faith or Experience?"
In addition, stay tuned as Dawn and Steve share their weekend updates.
Filmmaker and author Tim Keesee challenges us to live well in this short life we're given. In his book A Day's Journey: Stories of Hope and Death-Defying Joy, Tim encourages us to embrace hope when we experience hardships until faith becomes sight.
Tim is an author, a filmmaker, and the founder and executive director of Frontline Missions International (FMI), a ministry that advances the gospel in the world's difficult places. He has traveled to over one hundred countries, reporting on the church from the former Iron Curtain countries to war-torn Bosnia, Iraq, and Afghanistan. Tim is also the executive producer of the Dispatches from the Front film series, and his writings appear in Desiring God, Tabletalk, and Challies.com. He and his wife, Debbie, live in South Carolina.
Dr. James Patrick is back with us for Bible Q&A and an update on all that is happening in Israel. Dr. James E. Patrick grew up in the Pacific where his family supported Bible translation. He completed degrees in biblical studies at Cambridge and Oxford Universities, with a doctoral thesis on 1-2 Samuel, and has published research on both the Old and New Testament.
To wrap up today's show, Dr. Mike Bechtle joins the conversation to talk about his book The Introvert's Guide to Success in the Workplace: Becoming Confident in a Culture of Extroverted Expectations. Dr. Mike Bechtle is the best-selling author of eight books including People Can’t Drive You Crazy If You Don’t Give Them the Keys. He has sold over 475,000 copies of his books and spent over 30 years as a FranklinCovey consultant (teaching over 3000 seminars).