Alive in Christ LIVE Radio :: Radio Liner Notes :: Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Main Show Topic: Actions vs. Words
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On this edition of Alive in Christ Radio LIVE, we carry on with our discipleship series. The actions of a disciple are just as important as our words; maybe even more so. How do disciples’ actions help or hinder our witness? We examine God’s Word and excerpts from “The Discipling Church” text.
It is our prayer that you be Spirit-filled and blessed by what you will discover on this unique edition of Alive in Christ Radio LIVE.
During these two hours, we will learn how God’s perfect love and faithfulness can help us walk hand-in-hand with God—leading us through this life into a life of total victory, in all things, through His anointing, discernment, and great comfort.
Special Guest: Jerry Jenkins (Christian Author)
We round out our program with features including Joyce Meyer’s “Everyday Moments”, Focus on the family’s Plugged-In Movie Review and Focus on the Family Minute, Beth Moore’s “A Quick Word”, Luis Palau’s “Reaching Your World”, and Dave Ramsey’s “Daily Money Makeover.”
On this edition of Alive in Christ, Christian Discipleship Ministries’ Founder, Tony Marino and Lynn Kennedy explore life’s guidelines verses His “God-lines”, and will it be “your way”, or “Yahweh?” We invite you to join us.
On this episode we will learn to, “let go and let God.”
“The harvest is great, but the workers are few.” Matthew 9:37
Alive in Christ Radio LIVE || In-Studio Guest: Jerry Jenkins
Jerry B. Jenkins, former editor of Moody Magazine, vice president for publishing, and now chairman of the board of trustees for the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago, is the author of more than 180 books, including the 63,000,000-selling Left Behind series. Jerry has been awarded honorary doctorates from Bethel College (Indiana), Trinity International University (Illinois), Colorado Christian University, Huntington University (Indiana), and Tennessee Temple University.
Riven, which Jerry considers his life’s work novel, released in July 2008 to stellar reviews and has been optioned for a movie.
The Breakthrough, Jenkins’s most recent novel, is the final book in his Precinct 11 trilogy. It released from Tyndale House Publishers in September 2012.
Jenkins’s writing has appeared in Time, Reader’s Digest, Parade, Guideposts, and dozens of Christian periodicals. He also serves as a contributing editor to Writer’s Digest.
Jenkins and Tim LaHaye were featured in a May 24, 2004 cover story in Newsweek magazine as “The New Prophets of Revelation.”
Jenkins’s non-fiction books include many as-told-to autobiographies, including those of Hank Aaron, Bill Gaither, Orel Hershiser, Luis Palau, Walter Payton, Meadowlark Lemon, Nolan Ryan, and Mike Singletary. The Hershiser and Ryan books reached the New York Times best-seller list. Jenkins also assisted Dr. Billy Graham with his memoirs, Just As I Am, also a New York Times bestseller. Jerry spent 13 months working with Dr. Graham, and considers the project the privilege of a lifetime.
Jerry owns Jenkins Entertainment, a filmmaking company in Chicago, which produced the critically-acclaimed Hometown Legend, listed as one of the Top 10 family films of 2002 by Good News Communication’s MOVIEGUIDE. Jenkins Entertainment also produced Midnight Clear, winner of the Special Jury Prize for “Best First Feature” at the 2007 Cinequest Film Festival.
What If…, Jenkins Entertainment’s latest feature, released to theaters in August of 2010 and on DVD in March 2011. It was a finalist for best family picture of 2010 along with such features as Toy Story 3 and Despicable Me.
Jenkins also owns the Christian Writers Guild, which aims to train tomorrow’s professional Christian writers and has more than 1,000 members worldwide. The centerpiece of the Guild is an e-mail correspondence course tailored to fit the busiest lifestyle. Each student is personally mentored by a seasoned professional via e-mail throughout the two-year program. Courses are also available for writers aged 8-12 and for teens.
Jerry Jenkins wrote the nationally syndicated sports story comic strip, Gil Thorp, from 1996-2004.
He speaks widely, primarily on writing, and is a sought-after humorist.
He and his wife Dianna live in Colorado and have three grown sons and eight grandchildren.
Alive in Christ Radio LIVE || Features:
Joyce Meyer || Everyday Moments
Focus on the Family || Focus on the Family Minute
Luis Palau || Reaching Your World with Luis Palau
Focus on the Family || Plugged-In Movie Review
Beth Moore || A Quick Word
Dave Ramsey || The Daily Money Makeover
Dr. James Dobson || Family Talk
Alive in Christ Radio LIVE || Christian Book of the Week:
Author: Jerry B. Jenkins
Description: A boy with a troubled childhood . . . becomes a reluctant criminal . . . becomes a broken man on death row who just wants to die. A failed pastor . . . rejected by those he only wants to help . . . finds a new calling. Thomas Carey and Brady Wayne Darby couldn’t be more different. One is a washed-up pastor hoping desperately to make a difference; the other is a criminal who’s worst crime is always the one he’s about to commit. One diligently serves God; the other diligently serves himself. And yet . . . both are sinners in need of grace. So take the first step on a journey to transformation. Join the murderer and the chaplain. Choose between a life of crime and a life of purpose and prepare to leave the ranks of the hopelessly lost and find the One who can save even the most troubled soul.
Today’s Holy Bible Passages:
Matthew 6:1-4, Mark 7:6, Luke 6:42, Ephesians 2:10, James 1:21-27.
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