December 14-19, 2015
Monday, December 14 – Vic Black/Speak, Lord; Vicki Tiede/When Your Husband is Addicted to Pornography – What does it mean to hear God’s voice in the Bible? On the next Live the Promise Susie talks with Vic Black of The Navigators. We walk through the psalms and talk about how to listen to God through His Word. Then Vicki Tiede (TEE-dee) joins Susie to talk about what to do when you’ve discovered a pornography addiction in your marriage.
Tuesday, December 15 – Steve K. Scott/Jesus Speaks; Stephen Kendrick/War Room – Jesus said many things. How do they apply to your life today? Listen as Steven K. Scott joins us to talk about the power of Jesus’ words. Then filmmaker Stephen Kendrick joins Susie to discuss perseverance in prayer, and the release of his newest film, War Room.
Wednesday, December 16 – Liz Curtis Higgs/The Women of Christmas; Dr. Greg Smalley/Relationships – What can we learn about the women involved in the Christmas story? Listen as Liz Curtis Higgs joins Susie to unpack the lives of Mary, Elizabeth, and Anna. Then Dr. Greg Smalley of Focus on the Family explores the power of God-focused relationships.
Thursday, December 17 – The Great Giveaway! – What’s the best thing YOU can do with $15? On the Thursday edition of Live the Promise we’re celebrating God’s acts of kindness through you this Christmas season! We’ll spend time taking your phone calls and celebrating our mini-missions trip to bless those around us with the love of Christ.
Friday, December 18 – Wintley Phipps/Your Best Destiny; Ann Voskamp/Advent (Both Hours Recorded) – What does your best destiny look like? On the next Live the Promise Susie is joined by Wintley Phipps. We explore eight keys to unlocking God’s destiny in your life. Then we’ll look at the wonder of the Advent season with author Ann Voskamp.
Saturday, December 19 – Bo Stern – When the Holidays Hurt – Christmas can be a difficult time for those who are grieving. On the weekend edition of Live the Promise you’ll hear Susie’s powerful conversation with author Bo Stern. Her husband lived with ALS for several years before recently passing away, and she offers hope for those walking into the holidays with heartache.