Upcoming Guests
 
Monday, October 16th, 2017

Daniel Doss
Singer/songwriter and worship leader Daniel Doss recently released his latest deeply personal CD titled "Praise the King", his first full-length recording in nine years. The album’s 10 original selections—all penned or co-written by Daniel —celebrate Hope and healing following a difficult season for his family. The album is highlighted by the poignant “Stained Glass Windows,” a song of deep significance for Doss and his wife, Emily. The couple experienced a heartbreaking season of infertility and multiple failed adoptions before ultimately bringing home sons Manny and Oakley. “Often when all we see are broken pieces, God sees a grander plan,” says Doss of the song’s meaning. “That’s how it was with our journey through infertility and adoption. We are thankful that our dreams were shattered, because God is showing us His ways are so much better.” www.danieldossmusic.com


Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

Candice Curry
When Candice Curry was a little girl, she put her hand in her father’s back pocket so that she wouldn’t get lost in large crowds. Little did she know that as she followed him, he was plying his trade: conning people. Her family drove stolen cars, lived in stolen houses, and shopped with stolen credit cards. Drug use was regular, as were visits from strange people who were trying to track her father down. Though she eventually cut ties with her father, Candice could not ignore the scars that were left from her childhood. This is her story, one steeped in secrets but one that, ultimately, led her to a place of forgiveness and freedom. As she struggles to understand her criminal father, as well as her own imperfect life, Candice comes to realize that we are not defined by our circumstances but rather by how we react to those circumstances. She’s found peace in the knowledge that God doesn’t love us because we’re perfect–but because he is. http://candicecurry.com/

Okama
The indigenous worship band OKAMA was founded in 2010 by First Nation leaders Dr. Gerard Roberts, traditional name (Abouyou), of the Karina nation, and his wife Peta-Gay (Tayaliti) Roberts of the Taino/Arawak First Nations. Okama is a Taino word meaning ‘listen’ or ‘hear’. OKAMA’s ‘ancient-contemporary’ sound with its synthesis of indigenous and non-indigenous instruments, original lyrics, and First Nations dance offers a unique worship experience.


Wednesday, October 18th, 2017

Tauren Wells
Tauren Wells is a Recording Artist/Speaker and a 2X Grammy Nomination Artist


Thursday, October 19th, 2017

Emerson Eggerichs
Dr. Emerson Eggerichs is an internationally known public speaker on the topic of male-female relationships. Based on over three decades of counseling as well as scientific and biblical research, Dr. Eggerichs and his wife Sarah developed the Love and Respect Conference which they present to live audiences around the country. This dynamic and life-changing conference is impacting the world, resulting in the healing and restoration of countless relationships. Dr. Eggerichs has authored several books, including the national bestseller Love & Respect, which is a Platinum and Book of the Year award winner, selling over 1.6 million copies. Emerson is the Founder and President of Love and Respect Ministries and has been married to Sarah since 1973. www.loveandrespect.com.

Brian Hardin
Brian may be best known for founding Daily Audio Bible, the revolutionary Scripture podcast, downloaded over 55 million times. “I hit a real wall in the music business several years ago when a record label I was working with declared bankruptcy,” he recalls of the events that shaped his current path. “It rocked me deeply and led me to a true fork in the road of life. I was raised a Christian and even grew up a pastor’s son, but after 20 years in the music business, I was living a comfortable, semi-agnostic life. I didn’t really know God and felt an authentic relationship with Him wasn’t all that critical because everything was going so well, but after major financial loss I had real decisions to make. I could either throw ethics to the wind and do whatever it took to survive or actually give faith a fair play in my life, and the long and short of it is I stuck to my heritage, fully offered my life to the Lord and God provided in a real way.” As well as the Podcast, Brian is the author of several books including "Sneezing Jesus". In Sneezing Jesus, Brian Hardin journeys through vivid Gospel stories, pointing to a revolutionary truth: If Jesus was a normal human living a normal human life, then His death and resurrection didn’t just save our souls―it saves our humanity here and now. www.dailyaudiobible.com


Friday, October 20th, 2017

Mike Donehey
Mike Donehey is the lead guitar & vocalist with the Christian Music group "Tenth Avenue North." Over the years he has become increasingly aware that his life is not all about him. It's simply about bringing glory to God and His love to others.


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