Does every life matter? What is the value of one human soul? How valuable is your life? Pastor Brian Bill looks at some recent tragedies and statistics that bring us back to God's view of each and every person. Pastor Brian will reveal how God demonstrated His love for you and how He longs to be your rescuer on Tuesday's Ken and Deb in the Morning!
As millions of Muslim pilgrims travel to Mecca this week, we will revisit a best-of conversation with Samuel Naaman. Dr. Naaman offers insights from his work in the Muslim community and stories of how he has witnessed God at work, drawing Muslims to Christ around the world. We'll also hear what we can learn from Muslim believers who have placed their faith in Jesus at great cost to themselves and their families.
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.
Dr. Samuel Naaman (BSW, University of Sind; M.Div., Asian Center for Theological Studies and Missions; Th.M., Chongshin University; D.Miss. from Asbury Theological Seminary)(BSW, University of Sind; M.Div., Asian Center for Theological Studies and Missions; Th.M., Chongshin University; D.Miss. from Asbury Theological Seminary) is a Professor of Intercultural Studies at Moody Bible Institute. He is also president of the South Asian Friendship Center. He has an international ministry profile and relationships across the world. He lives with his wife and two sons in the Chicago suburbs.