Moody author, Daniel Darling, will tell us about his new book The Characters of Creation: The Men, Women, Creatures, and Serpent Present at the Beginning of the World. Daniel gives us fresh insight into the first people in God's unfolding plan of redemption.
Daniel is an author, pastor, and leader. He was recently appointed as the director of the Land Center for Cultural Engagement at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Dan is a bestselling author of several books, including The Original Jesus, The Dignity Revolution, The Characters of Christmas, The Characters of Easter, and A Way With Words. He is the general editor, along with Trillia Newbell, of a small group study on racial reconciliation, The Church and the Racial Divide, and is a contributor to The Worldview Study Bible. He is a columnist for World Magazine and a regular contributor to USA Today. His work is often featured in Christianity Today and The Gospel Coalition and his op-eds have appeared in The Washington Post, CNN, Washington Times, Time, Huffington Post, National Review, First Things, and other leading outlets.
Dan speaks and preaches around the country and is regularly interviewed on radio and television, including MSNBC's Morning Joe, CNN, and Fox. He is the host of a popular weekly podcast The Way Home where he interviews Christian leaders, politicians, and journalists. He holds a bachelor's degree in pastoral ministry from Dayspring Bible College, has studied at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and is a graduate of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He has served churches in Illinois and Tennessee. He and his wife Angela have four children.
Author Brit Eaton is here to talk to us about trauma and the importance of an authentic church community while in recovery. She has co-authored the book, The Uncovery: Understanding the Power of Community to Heal Trauma.
Brit Eaton is a writer, speaker, discipler, and all-around pursuer of the Kingdom of God. She helps corporate, nonprofit, and ministry leaders find the words to say to move people to action. An eager apostle and strong advocate for nontraditional recovery and women in ministry, Brit ministers in diverse, spirit-filled environments committed to unity in the Body of Christ. Brit is co-author of Reckless Grace, a book inspired by and developed with Bill Vanderbush. Brit lives in a log home on ten wooded acres in Mount Vernon, Ohio with her husband, Mike and daughter, Bella and they are a part of Reformation 1420, a decentralized group of Christian reformers.