Who doesn't love their pastor? Often times, pastors are just taken for granted because they are called to service for the church. Pastors are human and get discouraged, stressed and overwhelmed. They need more than just our prayers and finances. They need us, as much as we need them. On Thursday join Mornings with Eric and Brigitte as they speak with former senior pastor and speaker, Brian Kluth about ways we can encourage you to bless your pastor.
Do your prayers ever become routine and monotonous? Friday on Mornings with Eric and Brigitte prayer warrior, Linda Evans Shepherd challenges pray-ers in her new book, When You Need to Move a Mountain: Keys to Praying with Power, to energize their prayer life and see God move in big ways. She empowers Christians to realize that all things are possible through Christ when we pray with a heart yielded completely to Him.
Pastor Brian Kluth is a Christian speaker and writer on generosity, God's provisions, and legacy living. His books and materials have over 650,000 copies in print and have been translated into over 40 languages.
Brian is the National Director for NAE’s grant-funded NAEfinancialheath.org and BlessYourPastor.org programs to improve the financial health of pastors and generosity in churches. In 2009, he was called and commissioned by his church to become a Generosity Minister-at-Large to the world. His wife Sandi passed away after an 8-year cancer journey. He remarried a Christian woman whose spouse also had passed away. They make their home in Denver and have four young adult children.
Linda Evans Shepherd is a speaker and author of many books, including When You Don't Know What to Pray and Praying God's Promises. She is the president of Right to the Heart Ministries and is the publisher of Leading Hearts Magazine as well as the Arise Daily, daily devotionals. She lives in Colorado.
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