Dr. Mark Jobe, President of Moody Bible Institute joins Mornings with Eric and Brigitte on Friday to share that MBI leadership believes that our generation is facing a God appointed season to boldly step out in faith and engage a culture that is desperate for answers. Will you join us in that effort? MBI and Moody Radio are proclaiming the Truth of God's Word to a generation who may never otherwise hear the name of Jesus.
On Friday's Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, Dr. Jim Coakley, Professor of Bible at MBI freshens up our bible study with this special holiday edition, utilizing several literary techniques in the nativity passages. The Bible itself is one of the best "gifts" to unwrap this holiday season!
The Lubben Brothers were in studio a few weeks ago, getting ready for the Christmas season and preparing for upcoming Christmas events. Michael, Tom, and Joshua, who specialize in tight vocal harmonies and an eclectic blend of folk instruments involving banjo, mandolin, tin whistle, accordion, hammered dulcimer, and fiddle, joined us to play a couple of Christmas songs and give us an update on the latest news in their world of music! Composers as well as musicians, the Lubben Brothers have written multiple musicals, and actively record, write, and release new music when not performing on the road.
Dr. Mark Jobe serves as the 10th president of Moody Bible Institute and as host of Moody Radio’s Bold Steps program heard nationally. He is the founding senior pastor of New Life Community Church, a multi-site church meeting in 27 locations throughout the Chicago area. He is also the founder of New Life Centers, an organization focused on helping youth in underserved areas of Chicago. Dr. Jobe earned a diploma from Moody Bible Institute in 1984, a master’s degree from Moody Theological Seminary, and a doctorate in transformational leadership from Bakke Graduate University. He is the author of What Now?: How to Move into Your Next Season (Moody Publishers). A passionate proclaimer of the gospel, Mark and his wife, Dee, have three adult children and two grandchildren.
James Coakley has taught Bible at Moody Bible Institute for over twenty years in both the Seminary and Undergraduate school. He is married to Gayle and has two adult children and three grandchildren. Jim is a frequent tour leader to Bible lands and a frequent guest on several Moody Radio programs. He contributed to the Moody Bible Commentary and the Moody Handbook of Messianic Prophecy.
Triplets and high-energy acoustic musicians, The Lubben Brothers specialize in tight vocal harmonies and an eclectic blend of folk instruments involving banjo, mandolin, tin whistle, accordion, hammered dulcimer, and fiddle. Diving into classical music at a young age, their modern songwriting style merges folk roots with complex pop ideas. The Lubben Brothers’ musical, Prodigals, heralded by the concept album "Prodigal Songs" and co-written with acclaimed actor and director Bruce Linser, promises to be the culmination of the brothers' artistic journey through their roots in folk music, classical exploration, and storytelling.
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