Don't let Easter pass by this year. Prepare to celebrate Jesus’ death and resurrection as victorious King and be transformed as you uncover the love of Jesus and learn to love your neighbor as He would. Wednesday on Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, writer and speaker, Asheritah Ciuciu invites you to reclaim the Lenten season with 40 devotionals that reveal the deep love of Jesus that's exhibited at the cross and tomb.
A cast of pastors and professors collaborate to demonstrate the power of exposition in the African American preaching tradition in the new book, Say It!, edited by Eric C. Redmond, who will be joining Mornings with Eric and Brigitte on Wednesday. Say It! will give the preacher what is needed to speak to real life from every page of the Bible!
Asheritah Ciuciu is a writer, speaker, and recovered food addict. She grew up as a missionary kid in Romania and witnessed God change the lives of drunkards, gamblers, and swindlers, forever marking her with the power of the gospel. Asheritah studied English and Women’s Ministry at Cedarville University in Ohio and ministers to women in her local church and online through her blog at OneThingAlone.com. Her passion is helping women find joy in Jesus through a deeper walk with God, sharing vulnerably from her own life experiences as well as applying Scripture to daily life. She’s married to Flaviu, her high school sweetheart, and together they raise their spunky children in northeast Ohio.
Eric C. Redmond is Assistant Professor of Bible at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, and Associate Pastor of preaching, teaching and care at Calvary Memorial Church in Oak Park, Illinois. He previously served as Senior Pastor of Reformation Alive Baptist Church, Temple Hills, MD, and Assistant Professor of Bible and Theology at Washington Bible College (WBC), Lanham, MD. He blogs at “A Man from Issachar” and has authored or contributed to several books including Where are all the Brothers? and Don't Call It a Comeback.
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