What is the twist in the three lost parable stories that would have evoked varied responses from different listeners? Gerad Hall tells us in this insightful teaching through the three parables in Luke 15. Whether you're needing assurance of your faithful Father's love or encouragement to reach out to someone who needs to know the Father's love, these parables will give us a view of how God views His works of art!
How important is stability in the life of the believer? Can busyness be keeping us from the pace and peace of life with God that He longs to give His children? Author Courtney Ellis invites you to walk alongside her on a journey to discovering that margin in our lives that allows us to be present with those we are called to love. In a fast-paced click crazy world, this conversation may trigger the desire to be fully present in the purpose God has for you today.
Gerad Hall serves as a representative for Iowa, Missouri, and southern Illinois. Gerad is from the Quad Cities region of eastern Iowa and western Illinois. He completed his undergraduate and graduate studies at Moody. Prior to coming on staff with Moody, he served as a family pastor in East Moline, Illinois, for more than nine years. He and his wife, Melissa, have been married for more than 10 years and have three sons.
Courtney Ellis is a graduate of Wheaton College, Loyola University of Chicago, and Princeton Theological Seminary. She trained to be an English lit professor before following God’s call to full-time ministry. She has also written the book uncluttered.
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