Chef Stephanie Godke meets up with Ken and Deb to share some seasonal recipes for you to try. If you have a rhubarb plant in your yard, you'll hear a couple of new ideas that will transform the pucker into a smile!
In a world that we are told is increasingly secular and where we see very little of the gospel narrative in public conversation, God is drawing people to himself in amazing ways! We highlight some of those testimonies of God at work in people from a Muslim background. Dr. Samuel Naaman shares compelling salvation stories coming from difficult, often-hostile mission fields that will offer hope as we witness and reach out to those from different belief systems. Join in a time of being encouraged in the faith as we witness stories that reflect the power and promise of the gospel.
Chef Stephanie Godke has had a long career in the restaurant industry. She enjoys sharing her original recipes on Ken and Deb in the Morning. She works as a local chef and is a consultant to restaurant owners all around the Midwest. She teaches cooking classes at the local community college and also provides catering services around the area. Some of her favorite recipes can be found in her latest cookbook, Recipes on Cody Road.
Dr. Samuel Naaman is a professor in the Department of Intercultural Studies at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago. Upon earning a Bachelor’s in Social Work, he began work with Operation Mobilization and later with Campus Crusade. He earned two Master’s degrees in South Korea. He is the President of the South Asian Friendship Center in Chicago.