CEO of More to Life Magazine, Kirk Blank, is in studio to highlight the magazine’s latest offering with their Winter Issue, plus Kirk and the Brangenberg’s give away a ton of free stuff on air, courtesy of MTL Magazine.
Joining Jim today is the founder of The Nehemiah Project, Patrice Tsague, who breaks down the scope and vision of his mission, which empowers entrepreneurs, and you’ll hear from a graduate of Patrice’s program.
Clestine Herbert shares her amazing story of her Christ-led journey from England to Boston to North Carolina to her current home in Spring Hill, and relays how Jesus can change every single aspect of your life.
Jim and Martha continue breaking down the ideas in Kim Kimberling’s book, 7 Secrets to an Awesome Marriage, with a wide-ranging discussion on how to effectively connect with your spouse and how just five minutes can set the tone for communication.
Author, speaker and founding director of Kingdom Advisers, Ron Blue, joins the program to talk the usage of Biblically-based principles in guiding your financial decisions and the importance of using these principles with your inheritance.
Jim and Martha bring with them special guest and friend, Andrea Columber, to share about her upcoming nuptials and how Christ is impacting her engagement, plus the trio discuss what they learned from this week’s shows and how those lessons affect their daily lives.
Author Tod Bolsinger joins the program to expand on his book, Canoeing the Mountains, inspired by the journey of Lewis and Clark, and challenges the Church to shift its paradigm to reshape the look of Church leadership.
Jim brings on the President of Trinity College of Florida, Mark O’Farrell, and Dr Shannon Hogan, the Chair of The Business and Leadership Department, to expand on the academics, focus and mission of their university.
Jim and Martha describe three ways to help you in keeping Christ first and your spouse second – a practice that will ensure your marriage, and by extension your myriad other relationships, is strong and fulfilled and the best it can be.
Brian Zaas with The Dream Center Metro joins Jim along with the Director of the ministry and a gentleman who’s just begun his journey with their ministry, which teaches The Word to bring men from the depths of any despair towards becoming solid, strong disciples of Christ.
Another Friday show has Jim and Martha highlighting the lessons gleaned from the past week’s shows, plus a very special spotlight via the White Dove Service Award and how you can be a part of this distinction, and hear what’s happening next week with the radio show.
Michael McAfee joins the show to about the upcoming Bible Museum, coming 2017 to Washington D.C., and details the inner workings of making this monumental museum a reality, and why a trip to this museum could be the most important trip you can take for your faith.
Retrospective resolutions continue on the program as Jim brings back Ross Harrop of C12-Tampa Bay to discuss Christ-centered goals for the workplace and how to minister within the walls of your employment, plus hear personal achievements both gentlemen “achieved” in 2016.
Jim and Martha have a ton of fun in studio today as they talk about how to make the most of your marriage this new year with some ways to look at your relationship with your spouse a bit differently, and why it’s so important to have a strong, healthy and vibrant marriage.
The first week of the new year has Jim with Brad Dacus of Pacific Justice Institute to delve into the legalities of Christ fellowship and ministering in your workplace with some added insight on what Brad’s institute has accomplished.
Nope, that’s not a typo – today’s program takes a different tact at creating changes in the New Year by looking at the upcoming year as one that’s already passed and then sharing accomplishments Jim and Martha achieved in 2016 to prime out mindset for what we really want to do this new year.
Jeff Ruby of Red Rock Leadership rejoins the program and brings with him Gary Barker, who’s recently been a part of Jeff’s program, and he shares how Red Rock has changed and shaped his business outlook.
Luke and Dave from Belleair Wealth Management take a turn in the host chair to conduct today’s discussion, which centers around some of the tough questions they’ve fielded from clients and what you can learn from them. [replay]
The Brangenbergs have Jeff and Sue Wilson, Jim’s sister and brother-in-law, in studio to talk about the different roles men and women encase from their work life to the home life, and how to successfully navigate the transition from one to the other.
Jim brings back longtime show sponsor Eric Most of Most Insurance to breakdown the principles in David Platt’s book “The Radical” and discuss what it should look like when someone is truly a Christ follower.