June 10, 2020
1: Covid Update as Country Starts Opening Up
COVID-19 has dropped from the top of the headlines, but there is still much concern over the virus and its effect on our country and the world. Tuesday on Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, Dr. James Marcum from Heartwise Ministries joins us to give an update on COVID-19 and to share reminders on how to stay healthy and safe as things begin to open up more.
2: How Can Pastors Lead Churches During Racial Tensions?
Dr. Eric Redmond joins Mornings with Eric and Brigitte on Tuesday to discuss his experience as an African American man, father, and pastor in the wake of the murder of George Floyd. What can pastors do to lead their congregations toward repentance and care for those of African descent in their communities? Dr. Redmond is a professor of New Testament at the Moody Bible Institute and an associate pastor at Calvary Memorial Church in Chicago.
3: Healing the Racial Divide
With so many stories of violence and killings surfacing in the news, racial discrimination is a hot topic. Although racial tension is nothing new in our society, it is not getting any better. The truth is, we are all One Race One Blood, the title of the book written by Dr. Charles Ware, President of Crossroads Bible College and Ken Ham, President of Answers in Genesis. Dr. Ware joins Mornings with Eric and Brigitte on Wednesday to talk about how we have many diverse people groups in our world, but truly all are of Adam's blood and all are of the human race.
4: Embracing Uncomfortable
As human beings, we all prefer comfort over difficulties in life, no matter what, but comfort doesn't always move us in the right direction. Director of the Mental Health Counseling Program at MTS, Deb Gorton, joins Mornings with Eric and Brigitte on Wednesday to discuss her new book, Embracing Uncomfortable. Discover the freedom and joy that will fill your life when you begin to see discomfort as an important step toward reaching your goals!