Join Dawn and Steve in the Morning for a devotional from Blackaby Ministries International about how God lovingly reveals his character to us in the midst of our sufferings.
I have heard of You by the hearing of the ear, But now my eye sees You. Job 42:5
Dr. George Barna, Director of Research at the Cultural Research Center, has a conversation with Dawn and Steve about some of the latest research on America's values and what this might mean to national unity.
Dr. Barna is a professor at Arizona Christian University and leads the Cultural Research Center based at the university. His focus at ACU is worldview assessment and development, as well as cultural evaluation and transformation. He has written more than 50 books, mostly addressing cultural and religious trends, leadership, spiritual development, church dynamics, and cultural transformation. Dr. Barna remains a frequent speaker at ministry conferences around the world, sharing insights from his various research projects. After graduating summa cum laude from Boston College, Dr. Barna earned two Master’s degrees from Rutgers University and has a doctorate from Dallas Baptist University. Dr. Barna and his wife, Nancy, live on the California coast. They have three adopted daughters and three grandchildren.
It is the 25th anniversary of Selah and they are in the studio to tell us about their two new albums, Selah Greatest Hymns Vol. 3 and At This Table: A Christmas Album! With more than half-a-billion streams, over 4 million albums sold, and 11 GMA Dove Awards to their credit, Selah’s Allan Hall, Amy Perry, and Todd Smith have earned a reputation for not only delivering compelling new anthems but also for reviving great hymns of faith.