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February 25, 2020

Hour 1: When Your Spouse Doesn't Believe

When we marry, we think our lives will be like a fairy tale, but fairy tales are not real life.  If one spouse is an unbeliever, we need to shift our focus from our struggles to our Savior. Tuesday on Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, writer and speaker, Kimberly Penrod Pelletier shares how you can learn how to live your faith in a way that begins to attract your spouse rather than repel them. You can learn how to grow and even flourish in your relationship with Christ, and allow Him to build a new life within you.

Loving Those Who Are Leaving the Christian Faith


Hour 2: 40 Days for Life

Help saves lives by praying for an end to abortion in your community February 26-April 5. 40 Days For Life is an internationally-coordinated campaign that aims to end abortion locally through prayer and fasting, community outreach, and a peaceful all day vigil in front of abortion businesses. Sue Thayer, Director of Outreach for 40 Days For Life, joins Mornings with Eric and Brigitte on Tuesday to talk about this nationwide event that is taking place in a location near you!

40 Days For Life Fort Lauderdale

40 Days For Life Fort Pierce

40 Days For Life Hollywood

40 Days For Life Miami

40 Days for Life Stuart



Kimberly Penrod Pelletier
Kimberly Penrod Pelletier

Kimberly Penrod Pelletier

Kimberly Penrod Pelletier is a writer, speaker, and spiritual director.  She has written articles on evangelism and discipleship for Christianity Today. 

Sue Thayer
Sue Thayer

Sue Thayer

In 1991, Sue Thayer took a job at her local Iowa Planned Parenthood as an entry-level assistant. After a few months she was promoted to office manager.  Sue had a desire to serve women, and because her facility didn’t offer abortion services, which she personally was against, she felt like her work could make a difference.  When Iowa began offering "web-cam abortions, on Sue’s behalf, ADF attorneys filed a “whistleblower” lawsuit claiming that Planned Parenthood’s Iowa affiliate submitted “repeated false, fraudulent, and/or ineligible claims for reimbursements” to Medicaid. As Sue waits on the outcome of her case in federal district court, she continues her work as a pro-life advocate and speaks out against Planned Parenthood and the evils of abortion whenever the opportunity occurs.  

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