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GOOD GOOD FATHER BY ZEALAND WORSHIP
Colton Eichelberger drives Max D in Monster Jam. He shares his faith story, his passion for encouraging kids and how he got into driving a monster truck!
March Madness at my house is a list of things to fix. My wife can make a bracket for what I may or may not get done this spring!
Pull weeds or vacuum car?
Organize garage or buy new tires for SUV?
Paint bathroom or fix noisy ceiling fan in master bedroom?
Change lightbulbs in porch light or re-caulk exterior doors?
Spray for bugs or buy new patio furniture?
Drew Bodine & Joshua Paul from Central Live talk about the heart of worship. They share a new song called Start Up the Party they wrote for Easter and share suggestions for worship leaders wanting to better engage their congregations in singing.
Central Live is the music ministry of Central Church - you can read more about it at CentralOnline.tv
Kristian Stanfill from #Passion talks about worldview, connecting with with students and the biggest blowout fight he's ever had with his wife!
Laura Story talks with Scott Herrold about what's she's learned about pain and struggle when God doesn't heal the way we hoped. She talks about the difference between living with open hands and closed fists. She also performs two songs LIVE!
Steven Curtis Chapman shares about meeting his wife in college, he talks about when a major band recorded one of his songs when he was a starving artist & he shares stories about Red Lobster & Speedos from his new book: Between Heaven & The Real World
Author & professorJP Moreland talks about how the soul actually works! He talks about mind, will, emotions & peace
Author Kay Arthur talks to Scott Herrold about fresh vision for living in 2017. As an 83 year old woman, Kay shares how she sees God working in our world today. You will walk away encouraged after listening to this conversation! She talks about the way Christians have shared truth through the 1950's through now. She talks about breaking through with truth when culture doesn't want to hear it.
Author Ravi Zacharis talks about living in a post truth culture. He shares ideas so you can make a more intentional impact in your office or school.
Ravi Zacharias is speaking at the Proclaim Conference at Calvary Chapel Las Vegas on Saturday 1/28. Kay Arthur, Brian Broderson & Derek Neider will speak as well. Scott Herrold will emcee the conference.
You can find more info at www.missions2017.org