TobyMac does the Drive-thru Difference
Surprise! How would you react if this guy was handling your meal in the drive-thru?
Tobymac recently dropped by to help us surprise a few folks at a local Chick-fil-A by doing the Drive-thru Difference! As people pulled up one-by-one, they were greeted by TobyMac in the window who handed them their meals, and to let them know it was "on the house." He was also able to give them free copies of his brand new CD "This Is Not A Test."
Erin Smalley - Crazy Little Thing Called Marriage
Erin Smalley is program manager at Focus on the Family and her husband Dr. Greg Smalley is the vice president of Family Ministries at Focus on the Family. They recently celebrated 23 years of marriage and have just finished a new book called "Crazy Little Thing Called Marriage" where they share 12 secrets for a lifelong romance. Listen in as Jerry and Blanca sit down with her as she shares some powerful advice. Learn more about her book here: http://crazylittlethingcalledmarriage.com/
Jamie Grace and Morgan Harper Nichols - Live In Studio!
They sang at Family Fun Fest, and this morning Jamie Grace and her sister Morgan Harper Nichols join Jerry & Blanca in studio! They sing some brand new songs for us, and share their hearts about how God is using them to reach young people. Jamie also opens up about how she always felt awkward growing up and trying to fit in, and how she discovered her identity in Christ. And lots more!
Dylan Siegel Chocolate Book
Dylan Siegel is your typical 8 year-old kid who loves to play and eat chocolate. But when he learned his friend Jonah was diagnosed with a rare liver condition, known as GSD Type 1b, he wanted to do something to help. He wrote a book, "Chocolate Bar" that has raised over $1.2 million!
Heather Williams "Hallelujah"
After overcoming life trials of abuse, homelessness, poverty and more, Heather Williams brings her strong inspirational story on her first album. Williams’ life provides a unique perspective for her songwriting on her first album. She grew up in extreme poverty with her mom and stepfather and suffered abuse in her early years. Her mother gave her away at age 11 and Williams went to live with her grandfather in Michigan.