According to the Mayo Clinic, Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths worldwide. Bonnie Addario was diagnosed with stage 3B lung cancer at age 55, when she was at the top of her game and leading one of the largest privately held oil companies in the United States. Bonnie talks about her journey with lung cancer and her new book, "THE LIVING ROOM- A LUNG CANCER COMMUNITY OF COURAGE," by Bonnie J. Addario with Jon Land. Bonnie is joined by Gina Hollenbeck, a nurse that runs marathons having never smoked a cigarette but is living with stage 4 lung cancer. Bonnie also created GO-2 Foundation for Lung Cancer, the largest lung cancer organization in the United States.
Cultural apologist, Dr. Jim Denison joins the show to discuss taxes through a biblical lens. Jim’s Daily Article email newsletter reaches over 300,000 readers, with close to 400,000 Facebook followers. Dr. Denison has taught philosophy of religion and apologetics for over thirty years with four seminaries. He’s the author of nine books: Radical Islam: What You Need to Know; Wrestling with God: How Can I Love a God I’m Not Sure I Can Trust?; The Bible–You Can Believe It: Biblical Authority in the Twenty-First Century; The Myth and the Manger; Life on the Brick Pile: Answers to Suffering from the Letters of Revelation; Seven Crucial Questions About the Bible; and It’s Your Mission: The Church’s Responsibility to the Least of These; Empowered; and The State of Our Nation: 7 Critical Issues.
What does a Master of Divinity or Mater of Arts online degree program at Asbury look like? Mark Vermilion, Director of Global Learning at Asbury Seminary will discuss your options and benefits of their Memphis campus. Mark discusses why seminary is an important consideration for those called into vocational ministry, benefits of attending an Asbury satellite campus, and completing an entire degree program online.
On April 17, 1952, President Harry Truman signed a bill proclaiming the National Day of Prayer into law in the United States. President Reagan amended the law in 1988, designating the first Thursday of May each year as the National Day of Prayer. Henry Hutton, Ronnie Johnson, Randy Shepherd, Dr. Alvin McKinney, David Ford, and Bruce Carroll provide details about praying from 2PM-Sunset at Shelby Farms Park at Hyde Pavilion. Shelby Farms Park is one of the twenty largest urban parks, at a size of 4,500 acres and covers more than five times the area of Central Park in New York City with 843 acres.
This is the first in a series of monthly episodes featuring professors from Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary. Each month a different professor will discuss a variety of topics relating to the Bible and the Christian church. Some of the topics include church history, authors of Scripture original intent, theology, Biblical counseling, apologetics, missions, and community ministry. On this episode we welcome Dr. Mikey Mewborn, Associate Dean of the College at Mid-America.