After the news vehicles drive away and the media moves on, the ripple effect of gun violence continues in lives and communities. Taylor Schumann has lived out what most of us just see as statistics during the nightly news, a workplace shooting. Through this experience, she learned what survivors of gun violence go through and wants others to consider the personal and societal toll that the numbers don’t show. Taylor challenges the church to not remain silent on this issue, but to engage in the conversation for the sake of victims, survivors, and families.
How often do you read of gold tumors and rats? Today's scripture for the Tuesday Teaching is in 1 Samuel where these two unusual gift choices are found. Listen for Gerad Hall's exposition of God's Word in 1 Samuel 6 and for the practical application for the living out of our faith in 2021.
What will the removal of all U.S. troops from Afghanistan mean for the nation? What has been the benefit of the US presence in Afghanistan? Exclusive Columnist for the Christian Post Hedieh Mirahmadi has a unique perspective of the recent events in Afghanistan as she has served in the U.S. Embassy in Afghanistan. Hedieh joins Ken and Deb to talk not only about the positive opportunities for women and girls because of the U.S. presence, but to discuss the incredible growth of the gospel! Be encouraged as we hear how Hedieh came to faith in Christ and how the gospel of Christ is moving at an amazing speed through home churches in Afghanistan.
How bold are you in sharing the gospel with others? Recently on Ken and Deb in the Morning, we asked the question, “Who was influential in your faith journey?” One of the callers that day shared an incredible story about the spiritual conversations a fellow soldier had with him. At the time, caller Brian Swink was apathetic toward the gospel, but Logan Brown continued to pray for Brian. Find out how God answered prayer and reconnected friends as we hear the rest of their story.
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