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July 01, 2019

Hour 1: Celebrating America

What makes America unique in the world?  Our economic power? Our individual freedoms?  How much we give as a country and as individuals?  How we compare to the rest of the world? Join Mornings with Eric on Monday as Moody Radio financial expert, Glenn Zimmerman helps us reflect on what it means to celebrate America on this Fourth of July.

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Hour 2: Feels Like Home

Churches often act primarily as an organization when they should be primarily a family.  Too often, the church does not feel like home.  Church leaders are conditioned to believe that the measure of church success is growth, and they carry the burden of an unbiblical standard. Pastor Lee Eclov of Village Church of Lincolnshire joins Mornings with Eric on Monday and shares how God's household is the very definition of the church.

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IN THIS EPISODE

Glenn Zimmerman
Glenn Zimmerman

Glenn Zimmerman

Glenn Zimmerman has been with Kenneth Frenke & Co. since 1996. Glenn is Vice-president of Kenneth Frenke & Co., manages the Atlanta office and regularly travels to South Florida to meet with clients.  He lives in Atlanta with his wife Emily and their two terriers, Jackson and MacKenzie.

Lee Eclov
Lee Eclov

Lee Eclov

Lee Eclov is Senior Pastor of the Village Church of Lincolnshire in the northern suburbs of Chicago, where he has served since 1998. Previously, he served as pastors in Pennsylvania and Deerfield, Ill. His columns on preaching and his sermons appear regularly at www.PreachingToday.com and he is a Contributing Editor of Leadership Journal. He has been an adjunct professor at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School for over ten years, currently teaching pastoral counseling. Lee is a native of South Dakota and the product of a rural church. He and his wife, Susan, have been married for nearly 40 years and have one son, Anders.

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