December 28, 2015-January 2, 2016
Monday, December 28 – Best-of 2015 – Jefferson Bethke, Lee Cummings, Max Lucado and Owen Strachan (Both Hours Recorded) – On the next Live the Promise we’re taking a look back at some of the best programs of 2015. First we’ll hear the true calling of the Christian life with spoken word artist Jefferson Bethke and pastor Lee Cummings. Then Max Lucado and Owen Strachan explore keeping a big vision of God in our Promised Land life.
Tuesday, December 29 – Best-of 2015 – Dr. Mark Rutland, Peter Haas, Carol Kent and Dr. John Townsend (Both Hours Recorded) – On the next Live the Promise we’re taking a look back at some of the best programs of 2015. What does it mean to be a leader with character? Dr. Mark Rutland and Peter Haas share what they’ve learned from years of ministry. Then Carol Kent and Dr. John Townsend explore shining our light and living a life free of entitlement.
Wednesday, December 30 – Best-of 2015 – Mark Alan, Stephen Kendrick, Stephen Mansfield and Jurgen Matthesius (Both Hours Recorded) – Listen as we take a look back at some of the best programs of 2015. Worship leader Mark Alan joins us for a conversation on God’s faithfulness, with input from Stephen Kendrick. Then Stephen Mansfield and Jurgen Matthesius talk about the Middle East, ISIS, and perseverance in prayer.
Thursday, December 31 – Best-of 2015 – Anne Graham Lotz, Dr. Tony Evans, Jeremy Camp and Nik Ripken (Both Hours Recorded) – As we close out 2015, it’s a time to renew our prayers and faith. First, Anne Graham Lotz and Dr. Tony Evans issue a prophetic call to prayer for America. Then Jeremy Camp and Nik Ripken explore the call of God to dangerous places, and how to endure persecution for the gospel.
Friday, January 1 – Best-of 2015 – Philip Yancey, Mike Donehey, Matthew West, and Shane & Shane (Both Hours Recorded) – On the New Year’s Day edition of Live the Promise we’re taking a look back at some of the best programs of 2015. We’re ending the week with a conversation on living in God’s grace with input from author Philip Yancey, Mike Donehey of Tenth Avenue North, singer Matthew West, and musical duo Shane and Shane.
Saturday, January 2 – Os Guinness – Fool’s Talk – Engaging with others in a truthful but loving way takes practice. What tools do we need to cultivate? On the weekend edition of Live the Promise you’ll hear Susie’s powerful conversation with social commentator Os Guinness. He joins us to talk about thoughtful, God-honoring dialogue.