A Legacy of Faith and Trust-Replay
Ruth Moran was a woman of strong faith and trust in Jesus. She was diagnosed with cancer in 1999, and she endured grueling surgeries, countless trips to doctors and many treatments for cancer. Her earthly life was fading, but her spirit life was growing and thriving. Her brother Steven Enjaian joins the PeaceTalk audience today to talk about her life and legacy of faith and trust. Please, take a minute to look at the website www.brighthopeministries.org to learn more about the ministry birthed out of her testimony.
The universe is full of rhythm. There are season, tides, day and night. Our bodies have rhythms such as our hearbeat. If these rhythms stop we die. Our spiritual life is the same. We must set aside time to be with our Father. Ruth Haley Barton, author of "Sacred Rhythms: Arranging our Lives for Spiritual Formation", joins the show to talk about being intentional in our time with God. Ms. Barton's book is available to purchase through the link below.
Is God on mission or missional by nature? What about the believer? Are believers on mission or is mission part of who they are? Dr. Ross Hastings joins the PeaceTalk audience to discuss this very issue. Dr. Hastings authored a book called MISSIONAL GOD, MISSIONAL CHURCH: HOPE FOR RE-EVANGELIZING THE WEST. You can purchase his book through the link below.
Love, Pain, Hope and Peace-Replay
Dr. Shelton Sandford and his wife Anne had a seemingly perfect life. They had a lifetime of love. They had children and grandchildren. Dr. Sandford's pastoral ministry was going strong. Then the unthinkable happened. Anne was diagnosed with an aggressive form of Leukemia. Dr. Sandford tells his story of dealing with Anne's illness and eventual death. He also tells of Anne's resolve to see her caregivers come to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. This is a story of love, pain, hope and peace.
The Racial Divide in the Church
Racial division is all to familiar in our country, but does it come into play in the Body of Christ? Ed Gilbreath, author of BIRMINGHAM REVOLUTION, joins the PeaceTalk audience to discuss Dr. Martin Luther King's "Letter from a Birmingham Jail" and it's connection to the Church regarding social injustice in the world.