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Morning Conversation with Lauren Eberspacher
Lauren Eberspacher of Milford, a wife, mom, and blogger at “From Blacktop to Dirt Road,” talks about the ability to find an ally, why it is important, and what it looks like.
Activate Global – MyBridge to the Nations
Activate Global, MyBridge to the Nations, seeks to be a part of correcting the great imbalance by sending workers into the harvest through Kingdom businesses.
Morning Conversation with Jessica Hotz
Jessica Hotz, co-founder of Activate Global, MyBridge to the Nations, talks about helping to correct the great imbalance, about what it looks like, and how we can be part of it.
Pastor Gregg Madsen – Ask for an Ally
When help is what you most desperately need, cry out to God for an ally.
Activate Global – The Great Imbalance
Unless something changes, 7,000 people groups in difficult-to-reach places all over the world may never have the opportunity to hear and respond to the Good News of Jesus.
God at Work – Kassy
Kassy in Chadron sought fulfillment through many unhealthy relationships until her personal relationship with Jesus led to a total commitment to the Lord.
Activate Global – Honey Hive
Activate Global, MyBridge to the Nations, is helping to reach a hard-to-reach people group in the Himalayan Mountains by equipping a local believer to share Jesus with those he meets through his honey hive business.
Pastor Bryan Clark – Is There Life After Death? (Sunday, July 11)
Pastor Bryan Clark of Lincoln Berean Church shares the message “Is There Life After Death?” from their “Life After Death” series, based on 1 Corinthians 15.
Pastor Jeff Baker – Rescued for a Purpose (Sunday, July 11)
Pastor Jeff Baker of New Life Church in Kearney shares a message entitled, “Rescued for a Purpose,” from their “Rescued” series.
Morning Conversation with Kevin Horton
Dr. Kevin Horton is currently the director of the Institute for Biblical Authority and discusses how important the origins of the universe are in the big picture of our faith walk.