Has faith become just another box in a compartmentalized life? How do we begin to view our work, play, worship, and loves as being significant to God and to His work in the world? We visit with Steve Garber, who points us to his Grandpa as an example of what it means to live a seamless life and why it is so important to place all areas of life under the lordship of Jesus Christ. It’s a great conversation to begin a new week and take our next step in our relationship with Jesus Christ.
It’s a delight when every bump in the road can be cured by going for ice cream, but how do Grandparents navigate the teen years with their grandchildren? Grandparents Day was the other day and our focus is on grandparenting as we welcome Mark Gregston to the show to address grandparenting teens in today’s world. Don’t miss this insightful and helpful conversation on how you can be an agent of hope to your soon-to-be adult grandchild!
Steven Garber is professor of marketplace theology and director of the program in leadership, theology, and society at Regent College, Vancouver, BC. Through his many years as a professor, he has become a teacher of many people in many places, serving as a consultant to foundations, corporations, and universities. His books include Visions of Vocation and The Fabric of Faithfulness, and he is a contributor to the books Faith Goes to Work: Reflections from the Marketplace and Get Up Off Your Knees: Preaching the U2 Catalogue. Married to Meg, they have five children and several grandchildren.
Mark Gregston is the founder and executive director of Heartlight Ministries, a residential counseling facility for adolescents in crisis. He is also the host of the Parenting Today’s Teens radio broadcast and leads parenting seminars across the country. He and his wife, Jan, have served families and counseled youth for more than 40 years. They have two grown children and four grandchildren.