May 22-27, 2017
*Guest schedule subject to change
Monday, May 22 – Heather Holleman – Shame and Guilt; Rebekah Gregory – Taking My Life Back – Do you wrestle with shame or guilt? On the Monday edition of Live the Promise, Heather Holleman returns to explain the important differences between shame and guilt. Then, Rebekah Gregory joins the program to share her story of faith, determination, and surviving the Boston Marathon bombing.
Tuesday, May 23 – Andrea Lucado - English Lessons; Songs & Verses
Wednesday, May 24 – Karen Guess – Never Enough; Sheila Walsh – The Longing in Me – Would you describe yourself as financially secure and content? On the Wednesday edition of Live the Promise, Karen Guess joins Susie to share three keys to financial contentment. Then Sheila Walsh returns to help us step away from the noise and into the arms of our loving savior as we discuss her book The Longing in Me.
Thursday, May 25 – Todd Outcalt – Seven Deadly Virtues; TTMT – What if so-called virtues could also be harmful to our souls? On the Thursday edition of Live the Promise, author Todd Outcalt helps us discern the subtle difference between virtues and vices. Then it’s another edition of Talk to Me Thursday. This week the question is, If you could have one prayer answered right away, what would it be?
Friday, May 26 – Best Of; Jennie Allen – Nothing to Prove – Did you miss any of the Live the Promise shows from earlier this week? Or maybe one truly inspired you and you’d love to hear it again? On the Friday edition of Live the Promise, you’ll hear parts of some of the best conversations from earlier this week. Then you’ll hear Susie’s conversation with author Jennie Allen. She explains why we can stop trying so hard as they discuss her book Nothing to Prove.
Saturday, May 27 – Sarah Beckman - Alongside – Have you ever seen someone facing a trial and wondered, what can I do to help? On the weekend edition of Live the Promise, you’ll hear Susie’s conversation with author Sarah Beckman. She shares a practical guide to loving your neighbor in their time of trial. Sarah helps us understand how we can bring life-giving help to the people we care about most.