How do we engage our neighbors, friends, and coworkers for Christ? Pastor Brian Bill gives us strategies from the Apostle Paul for being a bridge and not a barrier to sharing our faith in Christ with unbelievers in our lives. Learn how to use redemptive analogies as a springboard to explain the gospel message. Don't miss this best-of teaching on life's most important work with a challenge to be aware and ready to share our story and His story as we go through our day.
The heavens declare the glory of God! Join a fascinating, out-of-this-world conversation with astrophysicist Jeff Zweerink on a recent discovery outside our solar system. Dr. Zweerink will refer to a first-time direct image captured by the James Webb Space Telescope, the unprecedented detail being observed, and what is significant about this discovery on Tuesday's Ken and Deb in the Morning!
Brian Bill is the senior pastor at Edgewood Baptist Church in Rock Island, Illinois. He attended the University of Wisconsin in Madison, where he was led to the Lord through the influence of his college roommate. He is a graduate of Moody Bible Institute and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Brian serves on the Executive Board of Directors for Keep Believing Ministries, is a Pro Contributor to SermonCentral.com, is an author of two tracts (Soul Satisfaction and The Only Way), is a contributor to the Preacher’s Sourcebook, a columnist for Believe.com, writes an “Ask a Pastor” feature for Believe.com and serves as the chaplain for the Quad Cities Missing Persons Network. He also hosts a weekly radio program called, “On Mission” that airs on WDLM on Sundays at 11:00 am and 7:30 pm.
Astrophysicist Jeff Zweerink is a research scholar and executive director of online learning at Reasons to Believe. He earned a PhD in astrophysics from Iowa State University. His writing and speaking encourage people to consider the connection between Scripture’s truth and scientific evidence. He is the author of Is There Life Out There?, Who’s Afraid of the Multiverse? and coauthor of the Impact Events series. Jeff also holds a part-time research faculty position at UCLA.