For Faith & Family
Summary: In a culture submerged in moral relativism, we speak clearly, forcefully, and simply to people wrestling with complex moral issues. For Faith amd Family is THE place to turn for a powerful voice that clarifies the blurred lines between right and wrong. For Faith and Family brings you eloquent, articulate, and insightful commentary on the critical issues facing our nationâ€™s families on a daily basis.
Priscilla Shirer, author of Life Interrupted: Navigating the Unexpected, joins Harold Harper to encourage listeners to look forward to godly interruptions. She reminds us that God offers all of us second chances.
Ed Stetzer offers insight into spiritual growth and spiritual maturity. Share the way you’re engaging God’s world at lifewayrearch.com. Ed is the President of LifeWay Research in Nashville, Tenn.
Jennifer Thompson returns to share some of the backstory of 3801 Lancaster, a film she produced. “The 3801 Film Project is an ongoing documentary series about Kermit Gosnell, the Women’s Medical Society and the cover-up by state and local oversight agencies.”
Al Gilbert encourages listeners to LoveLoud and to find ways to help people in our communities. LoveLoud is a movement created by the North American Mission Board designed to help churches demonstrate “God’s love by meeting significant human needs while sharing Christ.”
Leading off, Byron Yawn talks fathers and family leadership and that’s followed by Russ Crosson outlining the powerful influence of money. Renae Adelsberger discusses the book of Ruth and how the lessons gleaned from this story can be useful today; next, Al Gilbert gives his keys to being missional—right in our own backyards. Mike Cosper talks about worship and reveals some interesting truths present in the Old and New Testament and after that conversation, Ron Deal joins the program to give guidance to single parents. Finally, photographer Jeremy Cowart joins For Faith and Family Weekend to explain how a photo can have an eternal impact.
Jaime Jamgochian, founder of the Modest is Hottest conferences, shares how to help young women deal with peer pressure. Jaime is also a Christian singer, songwriter and worship leader based in Nashville, Tenn. Her latest album is called Above The Noise.
Priscilla Shirer encourages listeners to be willing to give up their comfortable lives, look forward to godly interruptions and listen to word of the Lord. She reminds us that God may want to change the plans we’ve made for ourselves. Priscilla is the author of Life Interrupted: Navigating the Unexpected.
Jason Hayes takes a closer look at why there aren’t more young adults in our churches and how the church can reach them with the good news of Jesus Christ.
Dannah Gresh joins Karen Cole to discuss her new book Get Lost!. Dannah is a best-selling author and the founder of Secret Keeper Girl, a live tour event for tween girls and their moms.
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Al Gilbert, of LoveLoud, shares how listeners can better love and serve their communities. LoveLoud is a movement created by the North American Mission Board designed to help churches demonstrate “God’s love by meeting significant human needs while sharing Christ.”
Dr. Howard Hendricks discusses God’s design for marriage and the threat society has placed on it. He shares why marriage is so important for our society and culture. Dr. Hendricks is a Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Christian Education and Leadership at Dallas Theological Seminary.
Do you have a friend who is trying to shape you spiritually? On today’s program, Dr. Chuck Lawless joins Harold Harper to help us better understand biblical discipleship. Dr. Lawless is the dean of the Billy Graham School of Missions and Evangelism at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY.
Each of the Gospel books is different, but similar in many areas. Jeremy Howard of B&H Publishing shares how each book complements the other. “Jeremy, an apologetics expert inspired by the engaging style of C. S. Lewis, equips Christians with answers to deep and challenging spiritual questions while also helping seekers and unbelievers see Jesus for who He really is.”
Rhonda Kelley joins us to discuss holiness and the lifelong journey to become more like Christ. Rhonda is the Director of Women’s Academic Programs at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. She is also a professor of women’s ministry.