Today is "Start the Conversation Day" and to help us be creative and thoughtful in our conversations, we are airing a great discussion with Heather Holleman. Heather lays out the pathway to developing deeper connections in this day of isolation and incivility. If you're wanting to grow your conversational skills, be ready to take notes on Monday's Ken and Deb in the Morning.
How have you formed your view of God? Could your understanding be a little skewed? Daniel DeWitt says that although everyone has beliefs about God, there is only a narrow path to getting Him right. We invite you to join us in exploring why what we think about God is the most important thing about us and how our beliefs about God affect every part of life.
Every day on Ken and Deb in the Morning we spend time in the daily devotional Today in the Word. This month's study, The Gift of God's Word, was written by Dr. Brad Baurain, and Monday we welcome Brad to our morning to talk about this month's study. We invite you to join the study and catch this conversation to hear Brad's heart for the devotionals he has put together to lead us in a greater understanding of why it's important for us to be daily in the Word.
Dr. Heather Holleman is an associate teaching professor at Penn State, speaker, and author. She designs advanced writing curriculum for the English department and loves helping students thrive professionally. She has written eight books, including the bestseller Seated With Christ: Living Freely in a Culture of Comparison; and an award-winning book on evangelism (co-written with her husband Ashley Holleman) called Sent: Living a Life that Invites Others to Jesus. She has two daughters and three cats, and she blogs daily at www.HeatherHolleman.com.
Daniel DeWitt (PhD, Southern Seminary) is a senior fellow at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, Missouri, where he leads the Center for Worldview & Culture and teaches courses on theology, apologetics, and C.S. Lewis. DeWitt is the author of several books and regularly writes at theolatte.com. He and his wife April live in Cedarville, OH, with their four children: Isaiah, Micah, Josiah, and Addilynn Joy.
Dr. Bradley Baurain has taught for more than 25 years in the United States, Canada, China, and Vietnam. He currently leads the TESOL programs at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago. He is the author of Religious Faith and Teacher Knowledge in English Language Teaching, co-editor of the International Journal of Christianity and English Language Teaching, and writes devotional studies for Moody's Today in the Word.