Jim and Martha welcome John and Marie Brangenerg, Jim’s parents, on the show today for a fun-filled hour of insight on Jim, how his parents have shaped his faith, and the secrets to their long-lasting, love-filled, and Christ-centered marriage.
Madison Miller joins the program to talk about her ministry that works with young adults affected by cancer. Herself a cancer survivor, Madison’s story is one of transcendence, and one that all who have ever felt the damage cancer can cause will be able to relate.
Jim and Martha recap what they’ve learned on the program over the past week and share their favorite Christmas traditions past and present, plus listeners call in to talk what they love about the Christmas season.
The Nehemiah Project is the brainchild of Patrice Tsague, whose story of being saved to creating this Biblically-based business program is eloquently lain out in today’s show, and Patrice’s program gives Christ-following entrepreneurs the tools to build their business to glorify the Lord.
From a life of atheism to making movies glorifying the Lord, Tim shares his incredible story of becoming a Christ-follower and what it’s done to his vision and inspiration. You’ll also hear about his latest work, plus a special guest opens the show with Jim to talk about his recent talk with the Christian Chamber of Commerce – Tampa Bay.
Every church houses several different generational followers within their walls, which is the focus of author Haydn Shaw’s book, Generational IQ; an exhaustively researched work that dissects the different generations viewing of Christ following, and what we can learn from their unique perspectives.
The globe-trotting duo who’ve dedicated their lives to the worldwide outreach mission of Trans World Radio, the Renshaw’s, join Jim to talk about the astounding reach that TWR is able to accomplish in leading people to Christ.
Tax planning doesn’t have to be taxing, and it certainly won’t be with tax professional Cheryl Coloney in your financial corner. Cheryl manages the tax planning for the Brangenberg’s, and joins the roundtable today to talk about Christ-centered tax plans and strategies.
Jim has highlighted the book “Halftime” during segments and shows before, but today’s program spotlights the life-changing affect it’s had on Doug Piper, whose paradigm was completely shifted after being introduced to the book, but not before doing a bit of intensive research of his own.
Word of Life Bible Institute Professor, Marshall Wicks, discusses his teaching of students towards becoming graduates with a profound knowledge of Christ and His work, and how these graduates are also taught the skills to teach the Truth to others.
The latest rendition of Together on Tuesday’s features some excellent advice from the book “7 Secrets to an Awesome Marriage”, and explores how certain aspects of work life could be hindering your marriage life, and you’ll also hear details on some of the great give-aways planned over the next few weeks.
Today’s program takes a look at the inner workings of the pastoral profession and details the complex decisions that pastors struggle with in the the modern church. And Jim’s guest, David Fletcher of xPastor, is working to equip the modern pastor with the tools to triumph.
Flying solo this afternoon, Martha takes control of the mic and brings in-studio guest Nurellys Peralta to reflect on how they’re each living out the iWork4Him mission in their daily work and home lives.
Ross Harrop takes a spin in the host chair and brings on Dan Bernard of Somebody Cares Tampa Bay to dissect his Christ-driven vision, talk about his faith and drive, and highlight the local impact of Dan’s ministry.
Today’s show showcases Joseph’s incredible journey from business to ministry. His path speaks on the ultimate power of prayer, and led him to his current mission of ministering through service.
Half of the dynamic duo “The Money Couple” join the Brangenburg’s to share how money affects our relationships, how to be smart with money decisions and why that’s so important, and breaks down the five money-personalities.