It's that time of summer when we start to fill up our counters with the bounty of our backyard garden. If you are swimming in tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, and even zucchini, you'll want to tune in for some expert help on how to make the most of your fresh produce and not waste the summer's bounty!
Why is it that what is bad for us often looks good? How do we discern what is true and good in a culture that sees the immoral as normal? Wendy Patrick has had decades of experience as a prosecutor working with victims and witnesses who found themselves in dangerous situations falling prey to people who presented themselves as good and caring. She shares godly counsel on how to be discerning and wise in our choices in life, love, and friendship.
Chef Stephanie Godke has had a long career in the restaurant industry. She enjoys sharing her original recipes on Ken and Deb in the Morning. She works as a local chef and is a consultant to restaurant owners all around the Midwest. She teaches cooking classes at the local community college and also provides catering services around the area. Some of her favorite recipes can be found in her latest cookbook, Recipes on Cody Road.
Wendy Patrick is a career prosecutor and holds a bachelor's degree in
psychology, a law degree, a master's of divinity, and a doctorate in theology. She teaches at Trinity Law School, Veritas University, University of San Diego, and San Diego State University. Dr. Patrick regularly shares her knowledge as a media analyst and has made thousands of television appearances, including Fox News Channel, Fox Business Network, CNN, Inside Edition, and a variety of other national and international programs. She is the author of Red Flags (St. Martin’s Press) and coauthor of The New York Times bestseller Reading People, and she writes a regular column for Psychology Today.
Begin each day with Mornings with Seth and Deb, a live and local radio broadcast designed to get you going in the right direction. Heard every weekday from 6 to 9 a.m., hosts Seth Mela and Deb Gustafson will encourage you with Scripture, spark thoughtful conversation on current topics and challenge you to live today for Jesus Christ.