Today you will hear a pre-recorded interview with Lynn Wein McCoy (yep, she's the real McCoy!).
Proclaiming the Jewishness of the Gospel!
Today you will hear the testimony of Grace Stasica. Grace grew up Baptist, accepted Yeshua into her heart, and it wasn't until her 50s that she became interested in the Jewish roots of her faith. Today she is Torah observant and a member of a Messianic congregation in Colorado.
I enjoyed chatting with Grace and I know you will be blessed!
Also enjoy the music of Jonathan Settel, Joshua Aaron, Jordan Elias, Paul Wilbur, Corry Bell & Lev Shelo, and Ted Pearce.
Every day of your life is an opportunity to be a blessing to someone!
Today you will hear the wonderful testimony of Dr. Rhonda Gordon. Here is her story:
Dr. Rhonda Gordon is a psychological assistant, working in the southern CA area, providing therapy for the treatment of various ailments including anxiety, depression, panic disorder, PTSD, relationship and communication issues, parenting issues, adolescent support, and work-related psychological injuries.
Today's show is a continuation from last week. After a tragic loss Mishael learned valuable methods to cope with her husband's untimely death. She has a wonderful ministry called "180 Your Life," and a website to help widows and widowers worldwide at widowstrong.com.
For more background on Mishael see last week's post.
Enjoy wonderful holiday music! Yeshua is the reason for the season!
There have been too many deaths in the past couple of years. So many have lost their precious loved ones. I thought it was time to interview Mishael again to encourage us and share tips on dealing with loss.
As a reminder here is her info:Mishael Porembski turned tragedy into a ministry after she become a widow at the age of 36. She created a ministry titled "180 Your Life."
My name is Mishael Porembski. In 2007, I became a widowed mother. In just five short months, I lost my husband to suicide, gave birth to our second daughter, and lost my mother to breast cancer. Although very depressed, I craved a holistic grief empowerment program that helped younger widows, like myself, and helped our children recover from the losses we experienced. I was tired of asking, “Why did this happen to me?” and wanted to take action, healing my mind, body, and spirit through healthy, wise choices. I asked some widowed friends to join me, and our lives changed dramatically. Not finding a program like this, I developed *180 Your Life* to provide fresh, dynamic support teams to better empower bereaved women and our grieving families.
Today I shared a pre-recorded interview with Julia Pierce. It was a joy to hear her story of faith. I know you will be blessed with her music and with our interview together.
Julia has been involved in worship ministry for many years as a singer and songwriter. She is currently the worship leader at Living Waters Church in Shelbyville, KY. Her uncommon transparency in worship draws others to open their hearts to the Lord in more vulnerable ways when they worship Him. Because of her own testimony, Julia has a passion for teaching others about living a life of worship in all things and for sharing what it means to dwell safely in the Joy of the Lord even in times of grief and heartache.
This is a wonderful show! It's full of beautiful Chanukah music from Nancy Santiago, Ted Pearce, Marty Goetz, Greg Silverman and Sara Liberman. You'll really enjoy the interview with Dr. Michael Brown. Here is more info about him:
Since coming to faith in 1971 as a 16 year-old, heroin-shooting Jewish rock drummer, Dr. Michael Brown has devoted his life to fostering awakening in the Church, sparking moral and cultural revolution in the society, raising up gospel laborers for the nations, and reaching out to his own Jewish people. He is the host of the nationally syndicated Line of Fire radio broadcast, the president of FIRE School of Ministry, and a professor of Bible and Hebrew studies at several leading seminaries. He has a PhD in Near Eastern Languages and Literatures from New York University, has preached in more than 25 nations, and is the author of over 30 books and numerous scholarly and popular articles. Dr. Brown has debated Jewish rabbis, agnostic professors, and gay activists on radio, TV, and college campuses, and he is widely considered to be the world’s foremost Messianic Jewish apologist. (http://askdrbrown.org/)