Recently protestors around our nation have taken to the streets to march for justice for all. What does true justice look like and when will it be established? Gerad Hall takes us to the book of Isaiah to show us when the longing for righteousness and justice will be a reality and who will be the One to bring it forth. Be listening for this timely discussion from Isaiah 42 Tuesday morning.
How can we be a good neighbor in the workplace? Now that we are zooming in from home, how important is it for us to grow the relationship with our coworkers? Tuesday we visit with psychologist, author, speaker Dr. Paul White. He will talk about some of today’s obstacles and how we can overcome them to build a culture of caring and appreciation with those with whom we share the “work” time in our day.
Gerad Hall serves as a representative for Iowa, Missouri, and southern Illinois. Gerad is from the Quad Cities region of eastern Iowa and western Illinois. He completed his undergraduate and graduate studies at Moody. Prior to coming on staff with Moody, he served as a family pastor in East Moline, Illinois, for more than nine years. He and his wife, Melissa, have been married for more than 10 years and have two sons.
Dr. Paul White is a psychologist, author, speaker and consultant who, for over two decades, has helped countless businesses and organizations make work relationships work. Co-author of The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace (written with #1 New York Times bestselling author Dr. Gary Chapman), he has given lectures around the world to the likes of Microsoft, Princeton University, the Milken Institute, Napa Valley Community Foundation, Dartmouth College and the Houston Community Foundation, among others and has been cited in and utilized as a consultant by U.S. News & World Report, CNN/Fortune.com, FoxBusiness.com, the Chicago Tribune and Huffington Post LIVE. Dr. White graduated Magna Cum Laude from Wheaton College with a major in Christian Education, earned his Masters of Counseling from Arizona State University and received his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Georgia State University. He has been married for over 30 years and is the father of four adult children.