Do you have questions about the Bible? Dr. Michael Rydelnik will join Dawn and Steve in the Morning to take questions from listeners! Dr. Michael Rydelnik is a professor of Jewish Studies at Moody Bible Institute and the Bible teacher on Moody Radio's Open Line.
Also, Professor Tom Meyer, known as the Bible Memory Man, will tell us about The Great Recital and the importance of memorizing Scripture. Tom is a Christian guest speaker at churches and conferences where he presents the Bible spoken dramatically from memory in an engaging and powerful manner. Tom is also a professor at Shasta Bible College and is a spokesman for The BibleMemory App, the #1 app for Bible Memory in the world.
Join Dawn and Steve in the Morning for a devotional from Blackaby Ministries International about the difference between management and leadership based on 1 Samuel 8:7.
In addition, Chaim Malespin talks to us about the Feast of Tabernacles and the Aliyah Return Center. Chaim is the Co-founder and the Chairman of the Aliyah Return Center, an Israel-based registered non-profit organization, helping Jewish new immigrants establish roots in the land of Israel and thrive. ARC is a Bible-believing, prophecy-fulfilling, non-proselytizing, ministry built on a foundation of love in uncompromising faith.
Join Dawn and Steve in the Morning for a devotional from Blackaby Ministries International about being spiritually prepared.
In addition, author Mark Moore graciously talks with us about his family's story and finding hope when nothing makes sense. Mark has written the book Shattered: Finding Purpose in the Midst of Disappointment.
Mark Moore has been involved in full-time ministry for more than twenty years. For the past seventeen years, he has lived with his wife and four children in the Middle East, planting churches and equipping leaders to lead lives that transform nations. Mark and his wife are co-founders of Hope4Nations (www.hope4nations.com) a not-for-profit organization committed to engaging, equipping, and empowering followers of Christ to pursue their purpose in advancing the Kingdom of God. They have a heart to see the culture of the Kingdom of God advance throughout the world, especially in the nations of the Middle East and Central Asia.