Tuesday on Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, Dr. Andrew Fabich, a professor of microbiology at Truett McConnell University, will share some important details on ways to prevent coming in contact with the Coronavirus. The discussion will also include where we are as a nation in our battle against the virus and how the Church can shine the light of Christ in this hour.
We doubt God when we think we suffer more than others do. We miss experiencing the Good Shepherd's rich gifts whenever we doubt the giver of good gifts--or when we focus on problems instead of looking beyond them. Tuesday on Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, licensed counselor, Marti Wibbels reminds us that the message of Christianity is not that we need to be stronger but to daily live in God's limitless strength (see Philippians 4:13), with confidence that He will fight for us!
Dr. Andrew J. Fabich grew up in a suburb of Cleveland, OH before moving to Columbus, OH to finish high school and attend Ohio State. After finishing his undergraduate degree, he married his high school sweetheart and began graduate school. In the fall of 2016, Dr. Fabich joined the faculty as a professor of microbiology at Truett McConnell University, a Creation College in Cleveland, Georgia. He and his wife have four children.
Marti Wibbels is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Board Certified Professional Christian Counselor. She has written for various genres, including newspapers, professional journals and magazines, as well as fiction and nonfiction books. Marti is the author of Core Healing from Sexual Abuse, Sound of Light, and Secrets Behind the Door. She and her husband Alan live in South Florida and are the parents of three daughters and grandparents of ten.
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