We all battle anxious thoughts, and it can be hard to shut them down. How can we live free from worry and experience peace? The peace of God is a true promise of Scripture, yet few Christians take hold of it. Dr. Winfred Neely, a professor at Moody Bible Institute, shares how the biblical and practical answers in his book, How to Overcome Worry will help you experience God's peace, even in the hardest of times.
For so many parents across the nation right now, they have never homeschooled their children before, and knowing where to start can be daunting. Wednesday on Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, Julie Batura, wife of Paul Batura and mother of three homeschooled children will share "Ten Things Parents Need to Know to Homeschool Their Kids". She tells us, "Give yourself a lot of grace and give your kids even more. Remember that you're all human. You might get cabin fever but keep going."
Dr. Winfred Neely (B.A., D.Min. Trinity International University; M.A. Wheaton and Doctoral degree in Old Testament at the University of Bristol, England.) He is an ordained minister of the Gospel and a full time professor of Biblical Exposition, and pastoral studies at Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. Prior to joining the faculty at Moody, Winfred served churches in the City of Chicago and is currently Senior pastor of the Judson Baptist Church in Oak Park, IL. He brings to his ministry a global perspective, having served as a missionary/pastor in Senegal, West Africa for nine years. He is also involved in a global equipping ministry, speaking and conducting workshops and training events at churches and conferences in the US and abroad. He and his wife Stephne have been married for forty years and have four adult children and nine grandchildren.
Julie Batura and her husband, Paul, have had the privilege of adopting their three young boys, Riley, Will and Alex. They join countless other families in celebrating the courageous decision of birthmothers and birthfathers who choose life. Julie Hamilton Batura is a mom, homeschool teacher and recovering oboist, and can be reached via Twitter @JulieBatura. The Batura family reside in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
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