Seasons of grief, pain, and loss of control are inevitable. Despite our best efforts and steadfast faith, reality rarely matches our expectations. In an unpredictable and broken world, how do we cling to a foundation that provides purpose for today and hope for the future? Thursday on Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, authors Michael & Lauren McAfee show us that realizing how little control we have over our lives can make us fearful and anxious--or it can lead to greater intimacy with God, a richer prayer life, and a joyful eternal perspective.
Thursday on Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, Lisa May, Executive Director of Live the Life South Florida joins us to share how we can keep our marriages satisfying through the seasons and stages of life. Also, she will provide an update on the ministry of Live the Life South Florida and some of the Adventures in Marriage events that are coming up in the near future.
The Lubben Brothers will join Mornings with Eric and Brigitte LIVE IN STUDIO on Wednesday to help us get ready for the Christmas season! Join them for a festive Christmas concert to get you in the Holiday spirit. This will be a festive set jam packed with all your seasonal favorites and original Lubben Brothers songs. Their upcoming concert in the local area will be on Sunday, December 3 at 4 p.m. at Christ Community Church in Wellington ($20 donation suggested-to church).
Silence, calm and peace can sometimes be hard to find during the holidays. Especially when considering a blended family. Typically stepfamilies consist of many family members, and extended family members. That’s why it’s extremely hard to organize and plan. In addition, each family member has an expectation, a vision, of how the holidays should play out. Wednesday on Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, author Laura Petherbridge joins us to help us navigate through the holiday season and gives us an opportunity to participate in: A Stepfamily Christmas: Why It's Different on Wednesday, December 6, at 7:30 p.m. EST LIVE or Recording, free of charge.
With the holiday season approaching, many churches throughout the U.S. are turning their attention toward international missions. Some are preparing for collection drives, and others are planning out their winter break mission trips. Tuesday on Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, Elli Oswald, ED of the Faith to Action Initiative shares that whatever the form of international aid, it’s critical for churches to give and serve responsibly--in a way that doesn’t cause unintentional harm to the local communities. But this can be easier said than done, and a growing number of people are coming to understand the importance of providing aid responsibly.
Financial pain creates some of the worst stress we ever experience because it is intertwined with our relationships, hopes, and dreams. It is especially hard during holiday seasons. On Tuesday's Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, Crown Financial Ministries CEO Chuck Bentley joins us to share an "Ask Chuck" question from a listener who made financial mistakes that led to a feeling of hopelessness and giving up. Chuck encourages this listener and all of us, knowing that we all make poor financial decisions at times, but there can always be hope for the days ahead.
Stop and think about it. How many songs have you heard of that have been written to commemorate a baby's birth? Not too many, in this modern day and age. However, there are hundreds, perhaps, thousands, of songs that have been written about the birth of Jesus. David and Barbara Leeman, authors of the book, Hosanna in Excelsis, join Mornings with Eric and Brigitte on Monday to share a small collection of over 40 songs that provide rich and beautiful words for our worship of the God who sent His Son to earth.
Monday on Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, co-founder of Call of Love Ministries, Samya Johnson joins us to help answer our questions concerning the Israel/Hamas war. Samya has been studying Islam and the middle East, and serving among Muslims for the last 35+ years. She has lived through wars in the Middle East herself and knows that the people who are hurt the most are the civilians caught in the middle. She will also share some details of a "Virtual Discussion about the Holy Land" that was held on Nov. 20 discussing the conflict between the two sides and what we can do to help.
It is time for another Ten Minutes for Men. On this Saturday's Eric and Brigitte Weekend, joining Eric is counselor, Jeff Bercaw. Eric and Jeff continue the conversation about how fathers can better connect with sons. The goal is to pass on a strong idea of what Biblical manhood is all about. What is the best way to accomplish this? This week as we come off of the Thanksgiving holiday, we ask Jeff about how we train our young men to be more thankful.
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