As teenagers, Andrew and Alaina Mack moved to Berlin, Germany, with their family to help pastor a small church. Today, their church spreads the Gospel to Berlin and ministers to individuals from over 70 nations. The Macks serve as worship leaders in the congregation and also sing together as gospel artists. Learn more about these talented siblings at andrewandalaina.com.
What happens when a child is born with special needs? Today's show focuses on the victories and challenges of raising children with special needs. First, Monica interviews Janet McClung about her son, Chad, and her book, "Surviving the Struggle with a Handicapped Child: Not My Will, But God's." Then Monica interviews Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Neill, whose son, Eddie, is autistic.
Rob & Meredith Kendall are the founders of “The 180 Program: New Beginnings,” an eight-week Bible study targeted at teaching individuals how to end negative life cycles and start over with new habits and life skills. To learn more about the Kendalls or the program, visit http://www.the180program.org.
J.T. Olson is the founder and executive director of Both Hands, an organization that helps adoptive families raise money for adoptions and aid widows in their neighborhoods at the same time. J.T. is also the author of "The Orphan, The Widow, and Me."
WHTN's Ryan Rehnborg interviews Chris and Stephanie Teague, a married couple who perform together as Out of the Dust. The Teagues share the story of their testimony and then perform several songs from their self-titled album.
Alicia Sharpton is the founder of Beauty for Ashes, a ministry focused on fighting drug addiction in America. Alicia joins Monica on the set of Bridges to share about her vision for Beauty for Ashes and its impact on women who wrestle with drug addiction. Two of the residents of Beauty for Ashes share about their individual journey with the ministry. To partner with Beauty for Ashes, call 615-389-1089.
Ginny Priz is a Christian speaker and a certified life coach. She is also the author of "Ditch the Drama," a book that shares her insights into the famous Serenity Prayer and equips readers with the tools they need to eliminate unnecessary drama in their lives and relationships.
Leanna Cinquanta is the international director of TellAsia Ministries. She joins Monica on the set of Bridges to discuss her extraordinary testimony of converting from atheism to Christianity as a teenager and then abandoning a promising career in horse training to pursue missionary work in Asia.
Brian Morris is the general manager of KQCK, CTN's affiliate for Denver, Colorado. Brian is also the author of "Holy Crap: Finding God's Presence In Your Pain." On today's episode of Bridges, Brian shares the story of his book with Monica.
Monica interviews Jen Vaughn about her incredible weight loss journey. Jen tells the story of how the people around her, especially her coaches and trainers at Gold's Gym, made it possible for her to lose 100 pounds and recover her health.
Rhonda Rhea discusses her book, "How Many Lightbulbs Does It Take to Change a Person?" and then Rhonda and Kaley talk about being a mother daughter writing team and finding God's will.
John and Beth Murphy are the co-founders of Rock House Center, a biblical counseling center. Holly Barruso is a counselor there.
Nancy Reece is an integrity fanatic.
Andrea Thompson is the founder of Moving Beyond Ministries.
Sean Dubois Day is the founder of Underdog Media Pack Publishing Co. He is also the author of "Tales From The Joint."
Joe Amaral is the author and producer of "Story In The Stars."
Yochanan Marcellino is the president and CEO of City Of Peace Media and Films.
Bethany Sharp and Kelly Bartram and actresses in the film "Where Is Good?"
Yochanan Marcellino is the president and CEO of City of Peace Media and Films.
Sherri Gragg is the author of "Arms Open Wide."
Mary Alice Kenley is a speaker, counselor and author of "Lessons From The Porch at Kenley Cove."