Who is Welcome Here (Part 2)

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Recently, Bram and Dempsey Jorgenson, our Director of Social Media, spoke with Briana Stensrud. Briana is the Director of Welcome, an organization based in Colorado, that works to address the many concerns, and misinformation, often rooted in fear, that surrounds those seeking to immigrate to the United States. Briana holds a degree in Communications from Iowa State University and a Masters of Biblical & Theological Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary. Please enjoy the second half of their conversation! [Encore Presentation]

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Who is Welcome Here (Part 1)

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Recently, Bram and Dempsey Jorgenson, our Director of Social Media, spoke with Briana Stensrud. Briana is the Director of Welcome., an organization based in Colorado, that works to address the many concerns, and misinformation, often rooted in fear, that surrounds those seeking to immigrate to the United States. Briana holds a degree in Communications from Iowa State University and a Masters of Biblical & Theological Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary. [Encore Presentation]

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Binding the Wounds of War

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Today Bram talks with Karen Eubank…a woman who has dedicated her life to bringing hope to the downtrodden people living in war-torn Syria and other parts of the world by serving them, even in the midst of great danger. Karen and her husband, David, founded the ‘Free Burma Rangers’ to provide life-giving aid in the fields of death.

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Serving The Lord Starts with Your Ears (Part 4)

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Today, Bram talks with Dr. Quentin Schultze, a former professor at Calvin College who writes, speaks, and consults on the subject of Servant Communication—using communication to serve each other and organizations, particularly as servant leaders in education, business, and church. https://quentinschultze.com

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Serving The Lord Starts with Your Ears (Part 3)

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Today, Bram talks with Dr. Quentin Schultze, a former professor at Calvin College who writes, speaks, and consults on the subject of Servant Communication—using communication to serve each other and organizations, particularly as servant leaders in education, business, and church. https://quentinschultze.com

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Serving The Lord Starts with Your Ears (Part 2)

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Today, Bram talks with Dr. Quentin Schultze, a former professor at Calvin College who writes, speaks, and consults on the subject of Servant Communication—using communication to serve each other and organizations, particularly as servant leaders in education, business, and church. https://quentinschultze.com

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Serving The Lord Starts with Your Ears (Part 1)

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Today, Bram talks with Dr. Quentin Schultze, a former professor at Calvin College who writes, speaks, and consults on the subject of Servant Communication—using communication to serve each other and organizations, particularly as servant leaders in education, business, and church. https://quentinschultze.com

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Chasing The Word Together (Acts Ch 21) Cont’d

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Chasing The Word Together is a Bible study through The Book of Acts, that Bram and Sandi Floria lead each Monday, here on Compassion Radio! You are invited to study along with them as they seek to learn the valuable life lessons from the example set by the early church!

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Dr. China (Part 4)

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Many of us have seen the recent images of the Communist Chinese Government cracking down on the people of Hong Kong, simply because they want to live free. Today, Bram wraps up his conversation with our anonymous friend “Dr. China”, who updates us in a way that you won’t hear on any of the mainstream news outlets.

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Dr. China (Part 3)

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Many of us have seen the recent images of the Communist Chinese Government cracking down on the people of Hong Kong, simply because they want to live free. Today, Bram continues his conversation with our anonymous friend “Dr. China”, who updates us in a way that you won’t hear on any of the mainstream news outlets.

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