2,996 people were killed and more than 6,000 others injured on September 11, 2001. Though 17 years later, a day that still brings men, women, and children to their knees from the pain and loss brought upon them by the attacks of that day. In this episode, 9/11 Pentagon survivor, Brian Birdwell shares his story and discusses suffering and forgiveness with Michael Easley.
Most orphans view themselves as throw aways, but God uniquely created and uniquely loves them. Join Michael Easley in studio with Mike Douris, as he shares a personal story of tragedy which God transformed into a passion for orphan care.
Am I called to adopt? How should the church be serving their widows? How does God use our personal tragedy for His greater good? Join Michael Easley in studio for the second half of his interview with JT Olson as they discuss the answers to these questions and more.
Is there a better way to fundraise than sending out letters? How can we best serve orphans, widows and adoptive families? Join Michael Easley in studio with JT Olson, and hear a compelling story about how God used tragedy and a golf tournament to lead one man into orphan and widow care.
How can Christians serve developing communities? Rosemary Khamati, founder of Partnerships for East African Community Empowerment (PEACE), shares about fostering children’s education, leadership training and evangelism in Uganda.
There are more Christians in one country in Africa than in Germany. Armed with that information, what is a Christian to do? Join Michael in Studio with Steffen Weil, a Global Ministry partner from Potsdam, Germany.