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Jennifer Schuchmann: First Things First
Jennifer Schuchmann is a best-selling author, collaborator, interviewer, and a television talk show host. Her latest book, First Things First, written with Kurt and Brenda Warner, recently hit #10 on the NYT bestseller list. Find out what subjects Jennifer will be addressing during her keynote speech for the ISC 2010 opening session in Atlanta, GA. This could be one of those "what if" moments for you.
Sam Samudio: My Spiritual Journey
You may remember him for his 1965 Billboard 'Number One Record of the Year' "Wooly Bully" and his 1966 Cashbox #1 hit "Lil' Red Riding Hood." On this 2-Year Anniversary Special, Domingo "Sam the Sham" Samudio will tell us about his childhood growing up in a rough Texas town, his rise to fame and fortune, how he lost it all, and how his life was completely turned around through a relationship with Jesus Christ. Also learn about the important prison ministry work that Sam has been doing for...
LaDonna Gatlin: Sing Your Own Song
LaDonna Gatlin, singer, author, and motivational speaker, will be talking with us about performing with the Gatlin Brothers on stage, how she learned to “sing her own song,” and what she will be speaking and singing about at the International Shelby Conference during the Thursday evening banquet. Join us and learn how to sing your own song.
Dr. Danny Sinquefield: Insights from a Growing Congregation
Dr. Danny Sinquefield, Senior Pastor of Faith Baptist Church in Bartlett, TN and President of the Tennessee Baptist Convention, will be talking to us about his ministry’s rapid growth over the past several years. Dr. Sinquefield will explain why he decided to return to his hometown from Florida and to what he credits the tremendous growth that they have been experiencing. Plus, Pastor Danny will share his thoughts on why missions are such an important part of a ministry.
Pat Williams: Build a Ladder to Your Dreams
Pat Williams, Sr. VP of the NBA's Orlando Magic, summares the opening session speech he delivered at ISC 2008 in Orlando, FL. Many of the attendees were inspired by his comments. You may want to take notes or save this program for future reference. If you know of anyone who you think might benefit from today’s show (perhaps a recent high school graduate, family member, or friend), please feel free to forward the link to them.
Dr. Charles S. Lowery: The Key is Focus
Here's our very first podcast, released on July 24, 2007. The featured guest is Dr. Charles S. Lowery (keynote speaker for ISC 2007 in San Antonio, TX). Dr. Lowery is a psychologist, best-selling author and popular speaker. He considers his ministry to be primarily one of encouragement. Dr. Lowery quickly summarizes his keynote address in this brief interview. Enjoy and then listen to another show.
Don Alsup: Christians in the Media
Don Alsup encourages Christians to consider a career in media. He shares a true story from the 1930's where Christians didn't take advantage of a golden opportunity. The good news is that there is another chance today to make a big difference in the culture. Learn more by listening.
Lee Strobel: The Case for Christ Movie
Lee Strobel is the author of the best-selling book The Case for Christ. Lee spent two years investigating the claims of Christ in order to disprove the Biblical narratives, but his journey took a surprising turn. Now his award-winning book is being made into a major motion picture that will be released in theaters nation-wide this Easter. Let's join Lee Strobel to learn more.
Dr Thom S. Rainer: Leading Change in the Church
If you work for a ministry, you are not going to want to miss the valuable information that Dr. Thom S. Rainer, President and CEO of Lifeway Christian Resources, shares with us today! Did you know nine out of ten churches in America are declining or not keeping up with their community’s population? The foremost authority on church growth is here to share a lifetime of wisdom so that your ministry can either become or remain healthy. We cover these subjects: the five most common obstacles...