The Olympic Games are on! Ali Aguilar is a member of the Women’s National Softball Team, and took the time to connect with Tom and Tabi as the team is preparing for the Olympic Games in Tokyo which begin July 23rd. Ali shares about her faith, how she became a follower of Jesus, and what it means to represent our country on Team USA.
Ali Aguilar is an infielder and Wears No. 2 for Team USA. Her Personal Motto: Live my life all for God’s glory! If she wasn't playing softball she would: Open up a cute coffee shop with a bible study and prayer room. CLICK HERE to learn more about Ali and Team USA.
How do you help an inmate turn their life around? Joe Smith says simply, "Encouraging folks, just loving folks, giving them hope and letting them know there is a better way of life through a relationship with Jesus Christ." That is what Prison Prevention Ministries is all about. Listen as he shares a vision for the impact the church can have in this area of ministry.
Joe Smith is the Executive Director for Prison Prevention Ministries. CLICK HERE for more information, or go to prisonprevention.org.
In God of the Impossible: Stories of Hope from the Muslim World, you’ll be stirred by amazing testimonies of people from a Muslim background coming to personal faith in Jesus Christ. The Lord is moving, lives are being changed, and the pathway He is using is beautifully simple: hospitality.
Dr. Samuel Naaman is Professor of Intercultural Studies at Moody Bible Institute. He is also president of the South Asian Friendship Center. He has an international ministry profile and relationships across the world including his work with Call of Hope. He lives with his wife and two sons in the Chicago suburbs.
With Mother's Day right around the corner, Madelene Miller shares some wisdom and history surrounding the celebration. She provides insight by looking at this tradition from a slightly different perspective - but one that will bless you as you listen.
Madelene Miller is a mentor, Bible study leader and pastor’s wife. Mrs. Miller earned a masters degree from Tennessee Temple University in education. She is currently serving as the Director of Children’s Ministries and Director of Deaf Ministry for New Covenant Fellowship Church, and is the mentor/leader for the Women’s Ministry.
Research found in an article by Glenn Stanton shows more than 50% of evangelicals believe it is okay to live together without being married. This used to be called "living in sin." But it appears with young evangelical Christians, it is viewed more like "business as usual." Tom and Tabi talk about the implications - for our hearts, and for the future.
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