The doctor is in the house on Ken and Deb in the Morning. Dr. Lars Thestrup, author of Eat. Sleep. Move. Breathe., addresses some of the long-haul symptoms and side effects of COVID-19 and offers some insight into what you might be experiencing along with ways to maximize your health going forward.
Who is Jesus? Why follow Him? Experienced apologist and popular speaker Ray Comfort shines a light on some of the reasons to trust what the Bible says about Jesus and how it matters to your life right now. Whether you are a skeptic seeking to make sense of who Jesus is or a believer wanting to articulate to others why you follow Jesus, this conversation will deepen your understanding of how Jesus stands out and above every other teacher, prophet, or historical figure.
Dr. Lars Thestrup was born and raised in Northern Virginia where he attended Mary Washington College earning his B.S. in Biology. He received his M.D. at the Medical College of Virginia and completed his emergency medicine residency at Johns Hopkins. Lars then completed a fellowship in North Carolina, focusing on emergency medical services and disaster preparedness at the Carolinas Medical Center. Shortly after the completion of his fellowship, he accepted a position in the City of Houston where he currently serves as an EMS Physician and practices at several emergency departments. Over time he realized his passion for health and fitness and its role in the prevention of disease which subsequently led him to the University of Arizona Integrative Medicine Fellowship. This has allowed him to continue his journey in helping others evaluate their current lifestyles and assist them in obtaining their individual goals.
Ray is the Founder and CEO of Living Waters and the best-selling author of more than 80 books, including, Hell’s Best Kept Secret, Scientific Facts in the Bible, and The Evidence Bible. He co-hosts (with actor Kirk Cameron) the award-winning television program “The Way of the Master,” seen in 200 countries. He is also the Executive Producer on the movies “Audacity,” “180,” “Evolution vs. God,” and others, which have been seen by millions.