Ask any single person what their least favorite day of the year is, and a good percentage of them will answer Valentine's Day. We're all wishing for a fairy tale, aren't we? However, Pediatric ER doctor and founder of Living with Power Ministries, Lina Abujamra, who has been single for over 40 years will show you how you can make a difference with your life right now instead of sitting around wishing things were different and waiting for something to happen to you.
How does God's love change us? His love changes our attitudes, our thinking, and our ability to love ourselves and others. When we make the choice to love, obeying God, the emotions of love follow that choice. Join Eric and Audrey Mornings on Tuesday when they explore "The Nature of Christ's Transforming Love" with author, speaker and counselor, Marti Wibbels.
Watoto Children’s Choirs have travelled extensively since 1994, sharing a message of hope for Africa’s most vulnerable children and women. On almost every day of the year, the choir is performing somewhere in the world. That means thousands of people get to meet some of our future leaders. Don't miss this amazing performance on Tuesday on Eric and Audrey Mornings!
Lina AbuJamra, a pediatric emergency room doctor by profession, is passionate about empowering people with biblical truth. A popular Bible teacher, blogger, and conference speaker, she speaks four languages and is the author of three books. She also reaches English and Arabic listeners through weekly podcasts. Born in Lebanon, Lina is single and calls Chicago home. Lina is also the host of Today’s Single Christian on Moody Radio and founder of Living with Power Ministries.
Marti Wibbels is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Board Certified Professional Christian Counselor. She has written for various genres, including newspapers, professional journals and magazines, as well as fiction and nonfiction books. Marti is the author of Core Healing from Sexual Abuse, Sound of Light, and Secrets Behind the Door. She and her husband Alan live in South Florida and are the parents of three daughters and grandparents of ten.
The Watoto Childrens Choir is a group of African Childrens Choirs based in Kampala, Uganda at Watoto Church. Each choir is composed of 18-22 children. The choirs are made up of children who have lost one or both parents to the Aids epidemic or to War. Watoto means "Children" in the Swahili language.
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