How do you view the daily routines of life? Do find meaning in the necessary chores and mundane every day? Author Rachael Adams is challenging us to look at everything we do as those good works God has for us and they all have purpose and make a difference. God is very present in what we often call little acts of kindness and grace, and Rachael calls us to live out our purpose where God has planted us through the day and for His glory.
Do you have serious questions about the Christian faith? Are you seeking and searching? Are you doubting? Travis Dickinson says that this is perfectly normal and that pursuing our doubts can actually bring us to a place of greater faith. It's a conversation on the importance of asking the big questions as this pursuit is crucial to unwavering faith. Join this faith-building conversation with Ken and Deb in the Morning.
Writer and podcaster Rachael Adams started her ministry to help women realize their God-given purpose and significance. She is host of The Love Offering podcast that features real stories of women who are living out their faith. Rachael and her husband, Bryan, run a family business and farm in Kentucky with their two children. Her website is www.rachaeladams.com.
Travis Dickinson (PhD, University of Iowa) is professor of philosophy at Dallas Baptist University. He has taught courses in philosophy and Christian apologetics for over twenty years and has done apologetics and evangelism in more than thirty-five countries. He lives with his family in Fort Worth, Texas.