November 9-14, 2015
Monday, November 9 – Sara Groves (IN STUDIO)/The Artist’s Corner; Jim Burns/Pass It On – God is with us in the floodplains of life. On the next Live the Promise, Susie welcomes her good friend, singer-songwriter Sara Groves to the program to unpack her new album. Then Homeword’s Jim Burns joins the program to talk about passing your faith on to your children.
Tuesday, November 10 – Liz Curtis Higgs/Redemption Stories; Jim Rubart/Novel Talk – What can we learn from the women in the Bible who were far from God? Listen as Susie talks with Liz Curtis Higgs about how God redeems us regardless of our past. Then Susie and novelist Jim Rubart unpack the themes of his new book of love, past regret, love, and forgiveness.
Wednesday, November 11 – Steven K. Scott/The Greatest Words Ever Spoken; Greg Smalley/Relationships – Jesus said many things. How do they apply to your life today? On the next Live the Promise Steven K. Scott joins us to talk about the greatest words ever spoken. Then Focus on the Family’s Dr. Greg Smalley returns for a look at healthy, God-focused relationships.
Thursday, November 12 – Dr. Mark Rutland/Relaunch; Lisa Bevere/Fierce Faith (Both Hours Recorded) – What does it look like for God to revive a dying organization? Dr. Mark Rutland joins Susie to share lessons in vision, leadership, and faith. Then Lisa Bevere of Messenger International returns with a special message for women of courage and prayer.
Friday, November 13 – Terri Roberts/Forgiven; Chris Fabry/Novel Talk (Both Hours Recorded) – After a son does the unthinkable, how can a mother go on? On the Friday edition of Live the Promise Susie talks with Terri Roberts, mother of the Amish schoolhouse shooter, about God’s power to heal. Then we’ll hear Susie’s conversation with radio host Chris Fabry about his new novel based on the movie War Room.
Saturday, November 14 – Mark Alan – Worship – The Bible is an account of God's faithfulness to us. On the weekend edition of Live the Promise, you’ll hear Susie’s discussion with songwriter and worship leader Mark Alan. We walk through the faithfulness of God, the reality of suffering, and the power of the gospel in our lives.