Alvin L. Reid joins the show to talk about his latest title Sharing Jesus Without Freaking Out. Dr. Reid serves as Professor of Evangelism and Student Ministry at the Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, where he is the founding Bailey Smith Chair of Evangelism. A prolific author and speaker, Reid's books include As You Go: Creating a Missional Culture of Gospel-Centered Students, The Book of Matches (with Ashley M. Gorman), With: A Practical Guide to Informal Mentoring, and Evangelism Handbook: Biblical, Spiritual, Intentional, Missional, as well as others. Reid enjoys spending time with his wife Michelle and their married children and their families.
Gordon Robertson, CEO of the Christian Broadcasting Network, joins Greg to discuss an upcoming film. He is a frequent co-host on The 700 Club, often filling in for his father, Pat Robertson. Gordon discussed the 50th Anniversary of the Arab-Israeli Six-Day War. From CBN News comes the gripping new docudrama IN OUR HANDS: THE BATTLE FOR JERUSALEM, bringing to life the miracle battle of paratroopers’ hard-won victory at Ammunition Hill that reclaimed Jerusalem’s Old City and the Western Wall. Listen now to hear the whole conversation.
Popular author and speaker, Jennifer Rothschild, joins the show to talk about her new book Me, Myself, & Lies: What to Say When You Talk to Yourself. Whether you talk to yourself out loud or just mutter silent phrases, we all engage in either destructive or constructive inner-thoughts. In this book, Jennifer shows readers how to replace vicious lies with better-fitting self talk and how to speak life-giving truth to the inner you. Listen to the podcast to hear the whole conversation.
Friend of the show J. Warner Wallace joins Greg to chat about his new title Forensic Faith. For more information on J. Warner Wallace or any of his titles, visit his site by heading over to ColdCaseChristianity.com.
David Chadwick joins the show to share about his new book entitled From Superficial to Significant: What it Means to become Great in God's Eyes. For more information about David or this latest release, visit his website by going to DavidChadwick.org.
Kirk Cameron joins the show to talk about his involvement with the latest film Revive Us. Learn more about the film by visiting ReviveUs.com.
Tommy Littleton is a long time evangelist with over 38 years in street and campus ministry. He has worked in the urban centers of the U.S., Europe and Eastern Europe. A major portion of that was in New York City with the ministries of David Wilkerson. He has spent spring break and summer long evangelism outreaches on the East and Gulf Coast for over 25 years. Tommy and his wife also work in medical missions in Latin America and with Christian Medical Ministry of Alabama. He currently works as an adjunct staffer with apologetics ministries like Apologetics Resource Center and many others. Specializing in understanding the LGBTQ agenda, he helps in distinguishing - loving people in need of the Gospel from politicized cultural narratives and brings all these into view through the lens of Biblical truth. Now, he is working nationally with groups like Texas Mass Resistance to counter radical LGBTQ programs in preK-12 public education. He is thankful to Jesus to be entrusted with the message of mercy, hope and eternity .
Author Jaquelle Crowe joins Greg on the show to offer a theological, yet practical, look at how the gospel can transform every area of a teen's life. Jaquelle, 18, addresses eight aspects of a teenager's life to what the Bible has to say: identity, story, community, sin, spiritual disciplines, growth, time, and relationships.
This Easter, we revisited a conversation with Greg and Warren Lightfoot, an experienced attorney, about the evidences of the resurrection, but more importantly how it would hold up in a court room? Listen to this episode to learn more.
Sally Burke, President of Moms in Prayer International and author of Unshaken, chats with Greg. Sally believes that we can live a faith unshaken and undeterred by anything the world, life, and our own fears present. How do we do this? Through prayer. As your prayer life is strengthened, God will not only transform you, but the live of your family and others around you. Listen to this edition of the podcast to hear the entire conversation.
Rabbi Greg Hershberg offers new insights into one of the most neglected and misunderstood books in the Bible. Hershberg points out that 20 of the 27 chapters in Leviticus are direct words from God, and the sacrifices explained in detail need to be studied, not just by Jews, but by Christians.
Author Tommy Brown joins the show for the first time to discuss his new title The Seven Money Types: Discover How God Wired You to Handle Money.
Ken Starr joins the show to talk about his newest title Bear Country: The Baylor Story.
With Immigration a rising topic, the President of Northwest University in Seattle, WA joins the show to talk about his new book The New Pilgrims: How Immigrants are renewing America’s Faith and Values. For more information on Dr. Castleberry, visit his site at josephcastleberry.com
David Batty, director of the new film The Gospel of Mark, joins the show to talk about the film. Just in time for Easter, the second book of The New Testament comes to life for the first time with a truly unique, word-for-word adaptation that uses Gospel narrative as its script.
Gregg Jackson joined the show to talk about judicial supremacy and other pressing issues. He is author of 40 Things to Teach Your Children Before You Die. To learn more about Gregg, visit his website by clicking here.
Jason Jimenez joined the show to talk about his new book Abandoned Faith. Jason explores why millennials are walking away from the church, and how you can lead them back home. To grab your copy of this new book, visit here and order today.
Kyle Idleman joined the show to talk about his new title Grace is Greater. This new title explores Kyle’s new way to do ministry – to make sure that no one misses the grace of God. “Grace is best and most fully understood not by way of explanation alone, but through experience,” writes Idleman. “The greatness of God’s grace is compelling when explained, but it’s irresistible when it’s experienced.”
Kari Kampakis, an Alabama native, joins the show to talk about her new book Liked: Who's Approval are You Living for? To learn more about Kari and her new book, head over to her website at www.KariKampakis.com