Start your day with Dawn and Steve in the Morning as they share a devotional from Blackaby Ministries International about the prayer life of Jesus.
In addition, Mark Hancock from Trail Life USA joins us to discuss limiting screen time and enjoying the great outdoors. He has written the book Too Much Tubular to teach children about the importance of using social media safely and in moderation.
Mark began his career founding a national advertising agency and running it for fifteen years. His conversion to Christ led him into ministry as a Youth and College Pastor, Associate Pastor, Homeless Ministry Director, and Global Event Director for an international ministry, organizing events on five continents. He holds two Masters Degrees in the Mental Health Counseling field, spent a number of years in private practice, and has taught at secular and Christian colleges. Mark has been a guest on numerous radio and television programs: Fox Nation's Starnes Country, Family Life Radio, Focus on the Family, and James Dobson's Family Talk Program. In 2017, Mark was named to the American Family Association's '40 Faithful'. An author, award-winning writer, and conference speaker, he serves as Chief Executive Officer of Trail Life USA and lives near Greenville, SC with his wife of over 30 years. They have two sons.
Robb Hansen is in-studio to talk with us about the Emmanuel Hospital Association, a medical ministry that serves the marginalized in North India. Rob voluntarily leads EHA (USA) which exists to support the work of EHA in India through a growing network of churches and individuals who partner through the U.S. office to provide prayer and financial support.
Kristen Wetherell's mission is to help others love Jesus, learn his Word, and live in light of his Gospel. Today she is with us to explore her book Help for the Hungry Soul: Eight Encouragements to Grow Your Appetite for God's Word.
Kristen is a pastor's wife, a mother of three, a writer, and a speaker. She is the author of several books and enjoys teaching God's Word to women of local churches. She lives in Chicagoland with her husband, Brad. They are members of The Orchard.