conversations that bring scripture to life

June 22 - 27, 2015

Monday, June 22 – Liz Curtis Higgs/Redemption Stories; J. Paul Nyquist/Prepare What can we learn from the women in the Bible? On the next Live the Promise Susie talks with Liz Curtis Higgs about how God can redeem us regardless of our past. Then J. Paul Nyquist joins the program to talk about how to live out our faith in a culture that often rejects biblical ideas.

Tuesday, June 23 – Joe Thorn/Experiencing the Trinity; Dr. Gary Chapman/The 5 Love Languages of Men (Second Half Recorded) – Meditating on the Trinity can be a beautiful way to walk through challenging times. Listen as pastor Joe Thorn joins us and explores the attributes of God. Then Susie and Dr. Gary Chapman look at what we can learn about the five love languages of men.

Wednesday, June 24 – Jane Rubietta/Worry Less, Live More; Bill and Pam Farrel/Parallel Lives Do you allow worry to cloud your judgment or steal your joy? On the next Live the Promise Jane Rubietta returns to talk about finding freedom and trust in our daily life. Then our good friends Bill and Pam Farrel talk about how a couple can resist the tendency to lead parallel lives and stay connected in each season of marriage.

Thursday, June 25 – Mike Donehey and Ali Gilkeson/The Artist’s Corner (Both Hours Recorded) – What does it mean to awaken to God? On the Thursday edition of Live the Promise you’ll hear Susie’s powerful conversations with Mike Donehey of Tenth Avenue North and Ali Gilkeson of Rend Collective. We hear about their faith journeys, music, and what it means to find joy in Christ.

Friday, June 26 – Tom Yeakley/Praying Over God’s Promises (Recorded); Philip Yancey/Soul Survivor – Knowing the Bible is one thing, but praying through it is another. Tom Yeakley of the Navigators joins us and unpacks how to pray over God’s promises. Then author Philip Yancey shares his unlikely journey toward faith and lessons he learned from the faith of others.

Saturday, June 27 – Skye Jethani – The Church as a Vehicle

The church is meant to be a vehicle, a movement, not merely a building. What does this mean for our generation today? On the weekend edition of Live the Promise Susie talks with speaker and author Skye Jethani about how to operate as the body of Christ.