Join Mornings with Eric and Brigitte on Thursday as they speak with special guest, Kristyn Getty about the Gettys' new project, Evensong, which is their latest collection of thirteen original hymns and lullabies. Keith and Kristyn Getty use the thoughts, songs and prayers from this lullaby album at the end of the day with their daughters, and these hymns can refresh the soul and help us focus on the Word of God in these uncertain times.
Eddie Copeland of Church United joins Mornings with Eric and Brigitte on Thursday to talk about a three week teaching series beginning in churches across South Florida in November called Undivided. This series is meant to help the people of God remember the reality that the Church--whether Republican or Democrat--black or white--is united by Jesus, and we are called to the same mission in the gospel, a supernatural unity rooted in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Domestic violence was already an epidemic before COVID-19, but the health crisis has caused a tremendous spike in incidents of abuse. It is a critical time for survivors, and significant awareness, education, and intervention are desperately needed. Thursday on Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, Founder of the Ananias Foundation, Michael Clark, is calling on America’s churches to tackle the nation’s domestic abuse crisis head-on during October, which is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Irish singer/songwriters and recording artists, Keith and Kristyn Getty are among the preeminent modern hymn composers of this generation. They’re best known for “In Christ Alone,” along with the popular U.S. recording, Awaken The Dawn and Joy – An Irish Christmas. The couple’s music has been shared at the GMA Dove Awards, Franklin Graham Crusades, The Third Lausanne Conference on World Evangelization, and with television performances for Public Television and BBC. The Gettys live between Northern Ireland and Nashville with their four daughters.
Edwin (Eddie) currently serves as the Director of Church United — a trans-denominational movement that seeks to unify the Church for the sake of mission. Eddie firmly believes the Church is the hope of the world and has worked toward that end throughout his entire career. Prior to his time at NCF, Eddie served in executive level leadership and pastoral staff in both local Church and para-church ministries. His greatest joy is being married to the love of his life and high-school sweetheart Sara and being dad to his daughter, Anna, and son, Nathan.
In 2005, Michael Clark* was arrested for domestic violence twice that year and sent to jail both times. He was later mandated to attend 36 weeks of a Batterers’ Intervention Program (BIP) and given probation. During this time, Michael reluctantly began attending church because it was the only time he could see his wife. Michael credits the combination of good counseling and a relationship with God for his transformation. Since his transformation, Michael has been violence free. He says what’s even better is he feels a peace that profoundly and positively impacts his relationships with his children, co-workers, acquaintances, and strangers. While the marriage that was tainted by his domestic violence did not survive, he now enjoys a loving, drama-free, and violence free marriage with his amazing and beautiful wife, Lynn.
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