Morning Conversation with Brant Hansen (part 2)
Brant Hansen talks more this morning about our current culture, current messages, and conflicting information about men today.
Morning Conversation with Brant Hansen
Brant Hansen, a husband, father, radio host and podcaster, wrote, “The Men We Need: God’s Purpose for the Manly Man, the Avid Indoorsman, or Any Man Willing to Show Up.” Brant has learned that, though he is not perfect, he serves a God who is perfect and who loves him just as he is.
Morning Conversation with Jeff Petersen
This week we are remembering Jesus’s sacrifice for us so we can have the gift of new life in Him. Jeff Peterson of Lincoln will be sharing his story of receiving the gift of faith as well as talking about what the gift of faith means.
Morning Conversation with Lee Strobel
Lee Strobel, a former atheist and journalist who set out to prove the resurrection didn’t happen, came to be convinced it is true! We re-visit a conversation with Lee about God’s amazing grace.
Morning Conversation with Andy Allan
Andy Allan is a writer and a Cru staff member. He shares insights about what he’s learned in his early years of parenting.
Morning Conversation with Leslie Vernick
Leslie Vernick is a licensed clinical social worker, relationship coach, and author of many books, and talks about helpful and not helpful ways to use our words wisely.
Morning Conversation with Lee Warren
Dr. Lee Warren, a neurosurgeon who currently lives in North Platte, is the author of, “I’ve Seen the End of You: A Neurosurgeon’s Look at Faith, Doubt and the Things We Think We Know” and talks about pain, emotions and faith.
Morning Conversation with Lisa Anderson
Lisa Anderson is the director of the young adults ministry for Focus on the Family. She talks about how civil discourse — the mutual sharing of views with someone who sees an issue differently than you do – can be possible.
Morning Conversation with Chris Sonksen
Pastor and author Chris Sonksen has heard the question, “Is the church still relevant today?” He talks about the answer to that question from his book, “Indispensable Church: Powerful Ways to Flood Your Community With Love.”
Morning Conversation with Adam Holz
Adam Holz is the director of Plugged In, a ministry of Focus on the Family, that reviews TV, movies and music to help parents evaluate what gets into their kids’ eyes and ears. Adam talks about managing entertainment with our kids.