Join the Tuesday teaching from Moody Bible Institute Stewardship Representative Gerad Hall as he wraps up his series on prophecy and the church. Gerad has been walking us through how the prophecies to the nations in the Old Testament and how their modern-day application. It's a fascinating journey that can give perspective and meaning to the role of the church and the believer today.
This week is a game-changer when it comes to the direction of our Nation for the next four years with the control of the Senate being decided today by the voters in Georgia, and the Electoral College meets to cast their vote for the next President. Be listening Tuesday as we hear from Cedarville University Professor of Political Science Dr. Mark Caleb Smith. Mark will unpack for us the significance of what will be decided this week, along with a Biblical perspective on the outcomes and our response as citizens of USA, but more importantly, citizens of heaven.
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Plus its National Bird Day so we're sharing some bird watching stories or tales of encounters with our feathered friends.
Dr. Smith serves as Associate Professor of Political Science and the Director of the Center for Political Studies at Cedarville University. He teaches courses in American Politics, Constitutional Law, and Research Methodology/Data Analysis. Dr. Smith has authored numerous refereed journal articles, book chapters, and other publications. His primary research interest is in the field of religion and American politics. He received his B.A. in history from Bryan College (1992), an M.A. in the history of Christianity from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (1995), and an M.A. (1997) and Ph.D. (2001) in political science from the University of Georgia. Before arriving at Cedarville in 2004, Dr. Smith taught at Tulane University and Calvin College.
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.