As a 10-year-old, Liane Brown watched Hitler’s motorcade pass by in East Prussia. Within a few months, Insterburg was smoldering in ruins. Fleeing starvation and death, Liane’s mother miraculously escaped to freedom in Berlin. In her autobiographies, Refuge and From Fear to Freedom, Liane Guddat Brown proclaims God’s sustaining grace proven through a family torn apart by war. Wherever she goes, you will find Liane sharing her story of God’s goodness and her mother’s sustaining faith.
At the precipice of the mid-term elections, Andy Andrews joined Tom and Tabi to talk about this powerful book. Andy sought to write something that doesn't use the words Republican or Democrat, liberal or conservative, yet conveys a message with which everyone could agree. He believes we can no longer measure a leader's worth by the yardsticks by the left or the right. We must use an unchanging standard: the pure, unvarnished truth. CLICK HERE for more information or to order this resource.
This week on Open Line/Chatt, Dr. Michael Rydelnik answers questions about the Sabbath, about whether or not believers should drink wine, examines Colossians 1:24, and answers a heart-felt question, 'Does God Need Me?' Michael joins Mornings with Tom and Tabi Mondays at 8:30am along with Hosting Open Line, heard Saturday Mornings from 10 to Noon on 88.9 Moody Radio.
Mornings with Tom and Tabi helps start your day with spiritual encouragement, fresh conversation on current topics, and Christ-centered music. Join Tom McElligott and Tabi Upton for traffic updates, weather, community events, interviews, and features, as well as opportunities to join the conversation!