The Fight We’re In, Pt. 2

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Dan Geroy is a frontline fighter. He and his wife, Ann, have a thriving counseling ministry through their non-profit ‘Mt. Horeb House.’ They’ve gone fearlessly where our most gnawing fears reside, helping truth-seekers unpack the lies that prevent real breakthroughs in their spiritual lives. In an ‘Age of Fear’ the power of TRUTH to transform cannot be underestimated, nor should it. Today is the second installment of Bram and Dan’s insightful discussion and timely look at the things holding us back from real hope and purpose…[Encore Presentation]

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The Fight We’re In, Pt. 1

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Dan Geroy is a frontline fighter. He and his wife, Ann, have a thriving counseling ministry through their non-profit ‘Mt. Horeb House.’ They’ve gone fearlessly where our most gnawing fears reside, helping truth-seekers unpack the lies that prevent real breakthroughs in their spiritual lives. In an ‘Age of Fear’ the power of TRUTH to transform cannot be underestimated, nor should it. Today and in a following episode, Bram and Dan take a very insightful and timely look at the things holding us back from real hope and purpose…[Encore Presentation]

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Breaking Bread in Lebanon, Pt. 5

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There’s a reason we ‘break bread’ together. We not only take care of our basic survival needs, we also enter in to each other’s lives. It’s the most natural way to really get to know someone. The most significant examples we read in the Bible center on acknowledging Jesus at the table with us, remembering the power of his sacrifice and resurrected life within us. In Lebanon, today, food insecurity is a real threat. The collapse of their economy has adversely impacted every family, making things 4, even 8 times as expensive as they were just months ago. On top of that, add the unprecedented disaster of the August 4… Read More

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Breaking Bread in Lebanon, Pt. 4

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There’s a reason we ‘break bread’ together. We not only take care of our basic survival needs, we also enter in to each other’s lives. It’s the most natural way to really get to know someone. The most significant examples we read in the Bible center on acknowledging Jesus at the table with us, remembering the power of his sacrifice and resurrected life within us. In Lebanon, today, food insecurity is a real threat. The collapse of their economy has adversely impacted every family, making things 4, even 8 times as expensive as they were just months ago. On top of that, add the unprecedented disaster of the August 4… Read More

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A Saving Life

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Riley Grisham thought he might follow his dad into ministry. And he did. Just not the way he expected… As the new Interim Fire Chief of Grand Couteau, LA, Riley received his baptism of fire: Hurricane Laura arrived just two weeks into the job. Today, he tells the story of how one Emergency Response team faced the uncertainty and confusion of a major natural disaster, and did it with some serious Spirit-led steps…

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Breaking Bread in Lebanon, Pt. 3

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There’s a reason we ‘break bread’ together. We not only take care of our basic survival needs, we also enter in to each other’s lives. It’s the most natural way to really get to know someone. The most significant examples we read in the Bible center on acknowledging Jesus at the table with us, remembering the power of his sacrifice and resurrected life within us. In Lebanon, today, food insecurity is a real threat. The collapse of their economy has adversely impacted every family, making things 4, even 8 times as expensive as they were just months ago. On top of that, add the unprecedented disaster of the August 4… Read More

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Breaking Bread in Lebanon, Pt. 2

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Trivina Kassis was busy with the usual things: Finishing her university education in nutrition management, facing the threat of COVID 19, coping with the economic and political collapse of her nation, and managing an enterprise-level refugee relief agency. You know, the ‘normal’ things a 20-something Christian does in the Middle East. Then… the world blew up, and Trivina lost her home, her job, and her school. What did she do? Listen to Part 2, to find out. Belinda Bauman of One Million Thumbprints  joins Sandi and Trevina for the latest…  

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Breaking Bread in Lebanon, Pt. 1

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Trivina Kassis was busy with the usual things: Finishing her university education in nutrition management, facing the threat of COVID 19, coping with the economic and political collapse of her nation, and managing an enterprise-level refugee relief agency. You know, the ‘normal’ things a 20-something Christian does in the Middle East. Then… the world blew up, and Trivina lost her home, her job, and her school. What did she do? You’ll find out, today and tomorrow. Belinda Bauman of One Million Thumbprints  joins Sandi and Trevina for the latest…  

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