Have you ever had someone say to you, “you just need to trust God?” In your heartache, you may have thought to yourself, “what exactly does that mean?” How do I trust after past abuse, abandonment, or betrayal? Best-selling and award-winning author Joanna Weaver says that she has been longing to write on trust for over 20 years. Now she has seen that longing fulfilled and has put into words for us what it means to embrace trust a daily faith decision.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has awakened us to the incredible devastation, cost, and suffering of war. Through the tragedy, what are some ways that we can see God at work? Author Kyle Duncan traveled to Poland and Western Ukraine to gather personal stories and then share those stories with the world. In them, God’s handprint and presence are clearly seen and Kyle shares some of those true stories with us in this conversation on Ken and Deb in the Morning.
Joanna Weaver is a bestselling and award-winning author with more than 1.6 million books in print. She is a pastor's wife, mother of three, and avid Bible teacher. Joanna loves speaking to women about the powerful freedom that is found in making Jesus Lord and trusting Him for things bigger than themselves. She lives with her family in Hamilton, Montanta.
Kyle Duncan is a 35-year publishing veteran and a New York Times bestselling ghostwriter. He's worked with scores of bestselling authors, including John Wooden, Dr. Gary Chapman, Voice of the Martyrs, and Toby Mac. Duncan has an English literature degree from UCLA and writes full-time from his home in San Diego, California. He and his wife, Suzanne, have three biological daughters and an adopted son, Cory Jhenya, who is from Mariupol, Ukraine.