Living Inspired ~ Thursday 3CT (6/26/14)
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If you’re reading this after 6/26/14 you’ll be able to find this show . . . and all my shows in the archive section.
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Holly A. Melton is a National Campus Director for Field Ministries for Cru (formally, Campus Crusade for Christ), overseeing more than 300 missionaries engaged in cross-cultural ministry. Her passions are to teach others how to walk in the Spirit, share their faith in a relevant way, and engage with teams on team dynamics and team functioning. Holly has traveled to over 25 countries with Cru teaching college students and other adults how to share their faith in Christ through conferences, retreats and training events. In addition to her work with Cru, Holly is also a certified life coach in leadership development, and a soon-to-be mother.
About Follow My Lead
Many followers of Jesus want to talk openly with others about faith in Christ but don’t know where to start. They want to speak courageously without being pushy or insensitive. But how? Half a century after Bill Bright’s groundbreaking evangelism tool called The Four Spiritual Laws comes Follow My Lead, a new resource from Cru (Campus Crusade for Christ) that shows Christians how to follow God’s lead and trust the Holy Spirit’s guidance in conversations about Jesus. True stories will inspire a new generation of believers to discern and follow God’s voice in their interactions with others, while practical application tools will help them internalize a new orientation toward the Spirit’s leading.
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Angie Smith is the wife of Todd Smith (lead singer of Dove Award winning group Selah), author of I Will Carry You, What Women Fear, and Mended. She is one of the most popular speakers and blog writers in the country. She holds a Master’s degree in Developmental Psychology from Vanderbilt University and lives with her husband and daughters in Nashville, TN.
About Chasing God
Maybe you’ve never asked the question out loud, but you’ve wondered. You do the things that look good on paper: read your Bible, pray, attend study groups and go to church on Sundays. But you aren’t convinced you really know Him. Angie Smith understands, because she had run circles around the same paths searching for Him, frustrated at her lack of progress. And she probably would have continued to do so had it not been for one realization that changed everything. She wasn’t following God; she was trying to catch up with Him. So many requirements, so many rules, and so much guilt where there is supposed to be freedom. Three simple words changed everything for Angie, and she believes they can do the same for you. Stop chasing God.
Purchase your copy of the book here.