Today Perry and Shawna kick off a week of conversations on how we can flourish in our relationships. First Shawna shows that Jesus stooping down to wash his disciples feet, stooping to serve, is a posture that will ignite life in our relationships. Next Perry talks about how the gospel gives us everything we need to flourish in our relationships. For two reasons: It humbles us and it exalts us. He tells the story of an abusive husband who became a loving one after Jesus appeared to him in a dream and he repented of abusing his wife. Then Perry and Shawna share the dumbest thing they’ve ever argued about. And finally Shawna points out that relationships require apologies, but we need to apologize in the right way. And a big part of that is owning where we’ve been wrong. Relationships that rock, today and all this week!
Perry LaHaie is a radio host, singer, and songwriter with a passion to see the Great Commission completed in our generation. He was born and raised in northern Michigan, earned a degree in communications, and later a graduate degree in cross-cultural communications. Music and ministry have taken him all over the world. He served at Family Life Radio before serving with Frontiers, a worldwide ministry to Muslims. Perry and his wife, Teresa, have two children, Kali and Taylor.
Shawna Beyer has been a business owner, homeschool mom, church planter, project lead for a management consulting company, and church staff member. Born and raised in Southern California, she has been married for 25 years and is the mom of four. Shawna loves to help others discover a personal relationship with God that shapes how they think, feel, and live for Jesus daily. She loves being surrounded by her family and a good cup of coffee.
Perry and Shawna Mornings brings you the usual morning show lineup with great music, weather, traffic, news, and sports—and then takes you deeper. Join Perry LaHaie and Shawna Beyer for music, interviews, and listener conversations that remind you of the Gospel and help you become a blessing to our neighbors and to the nations.