Today’s guest is an American rapper whose family is from a small village in Nigeria. Moses is the first in his family to be born in America. His start in rapping came in his hometown of Dallas, Texas, where he also serves as a youth pastor. Moses has been on ten national tours and one international tour. His fourth album, Kingdom of the Fallen, was recently released. Moses brings hope and encouragement to his listeners with his lyrics and their focus on kingdom-building. Don’t miss this inspiring conversation that takes you from the valley of the “hood” to the mountaintop of kingdom service and identity in Christ! Trust me, you won't want to miss this show!
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Bill has supported Ted Dekker in the formation of The Forgotten Way since its inception. As a long-time speaker and pastor, he has given the message in The Forgotten Way a voice from the stage.
He now travels internationally, speaking about the path of Yeshua for power and peace in this life in churches, non-profit organizations, universities, and within the halls of government. You won’t want to miss this powerful conversation with Bill and I guarantee you that you will come away with a different perspective of who you are in Christ.
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Steve Austin is an author, speaker, and recovery expert from Birmingham, Alabama. He has an amazing journey of overcoming addiction, dealing with mental illness and in the midst of it all, still finding enough grace to cover himself and share with others. Steve blogs at www.graceismessy.com and he is passionate about second chances.
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Having endured a childhood of abuse at the hands of her step-father, a first marriage failing due to mental illness, and a second marriage that ended with an affair, Faydra Koenig really thought she had been through her deepest trials. By the time she turned 45, she thought she had learned the tough lessons of life, and she used her personal experience in her career in social work and mental health. She became known as “America’s Divorce Coach” and helped others weather those storms.
In 2008, she met a man that she fell in love with. Their families got along well and they eventually got married. Even at that time, Faydra had no clue about the battles she was going to face. By the time 2012 rolled around, Faydra’s new husband was facing charges for crimes he committed long before she even knew him. He was convicted and sentenced to prison. Thus began Faydra’s journey into depression, loneliness, and shame. She was on the path to learning lessons that would forever change her. Listen to this inspiring interview and be amazed God led Faydra through the storms.
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