How do people in our culture today determine what is good? Pastor Jonathan Dodson says he has seen a profound shift toward affirming individual expression over ancient wisdom which is resulting in mounting moral chaos. How do the Beatitudes speak to how we can cultivate the kind of virtue that will enrich those around us? Pastor Dodson points us to how we put the “good” in our crisis and how making a personal change will be the catalyst to the societal changes we long to see happen.
How does the gospel make its way into the remotest corners of the earth? The film, Ends of the Earth, recounts amazing stories of how Mission Aviation Fellowship pilots strive with other missionaries, churches, and organizations to fulfill the Great Commission and to bring the love of Jesus to isolated communities across the globe. Listen in to our conversation with MAF’s President and CEO David Holsten and MBI President Mark Jobe as we talk about the breath-taking landscapes, the remote villages, the courageous pilots, and most importantly the stories of lives forever changed by the gospel message, delivered and sustained by Missionary pilots.
What's better than a warm cozy house and the smell of chili on a cool fall evening? Chef Stephanie Godke introduces her new twist on an old favorite as she shares how to heat up a healthy pumpkin chili this fall for your family!
What are some of the most important theological terms and how do these truths make a difference in the living out of our faith? Moody Bible Institute Professor of Theology David Finkbeiner offers some helpful explanations to terms from Bible doctrine that you may have heard but aren’t sure what they mean. Learn along with Ken and Deb some of the essential truths that we can know about God from His Word and why the study of God is more than academic in the life of the believer.
We welcome Voice of the Martyrs Todd Nettleton who shares current news stories and prayer requests from the persecuted church. This week Todd updates us on what they are hearing from believers in Iran, a concerning story out of Sri Lanka, and a reminder of the International Day of Prayer coming up early in November. We also hear about Sabina, a new film that will soon be released in theaters nationwide!
Just as a seed needs the right soil, nourishment, sunlight, and water to grow, as Christians we do not grow by default. We grow more and more like Christ when we add the right habits into our lives that lead to transformation. Darryl Dash outlines a few of the 8 habits that are needed in our lives to become a thriving and growing disciple of Christ. Listen to hear about some small, consistent growth habits that you can begin today with Ken and Deb in the Morning.
What is so important about prayer? Why is it vital for believers to practice this spiritual discipline? Rock Island Pastor Doug Rowland takes us to scripture to answer the question of "why" we need to pray as he takes us to a study in Ephesians 3 with Ken and Deb in the Morning.
Most people would not think of starting to build a house without a plan, and our guest, Josh Mulvihill, says it’s even more crucial for the raising up of children to be intentional and have a plan. Josh shares how he is the child of parents that had a very specific plan, and now he has written down a plan that could help think through the habits and skills your child needs to know before leaving home.
The bond between fathers and daughters is a special one. Fathers can provide advice, encouragement, and love to their daughters, creating positive and long-lasting momentum in their lives. Vice President of Parenting and Youth Dr. Danny Huerta recently shared some of the lessons he sees as essential for dads to teach their daughters and Danny shares some of those lessons with Ken and Deb along with the encouragement for dads to be intentional and present in their daughter’s life.