So much is happening regarding the economy . . . jobs . . . talk of possible recession . . . aid that the government is planning to disseminate . . . there's a lot we don't know as far as how this will all impact us during this challenging time. Monday on Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, one of Moody Radio's financial experts, Glenn Zimmerman will conduct an "Economy Q & A" with the team, also taking questions/concerns from our listeners.
How do you stay connected to your church when you can't go to the service in person? What is the importance of community and how do you accomplish that (not in person but in this season)? How do you continue to practice your spiritual disciplines when your routines are altered? Pastor Josiah Graves from The Exchange Church in Deerfield Beach joins Mornings with Eric and Brigitte on Monday to talk about the importance of community and staying connected to our church but also to walk closely with the Lord.
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.
Josiah and Kimber Graves are The Exchange Church planters, a church with a heart to see the Gospel renew South Florida. Together, with their two-year-old son, Micah, they have felt the call to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ to the diverse cultures in South Florida and serve their community. Their passion is to see people come to know Jesus and to see the city find hope and healing in the Gospel.
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