Edie Melson: Fighting Fear about Our Children

Edie Melson‘s son went from high school graduation to boot camp and fought on the front lines in Iraq. She shares what God taught her both during his two deployments and after he returned 80 percent disabled. She tells moms, especially, how to trust God with their children, whether sending them off to war or to kindergarten, instead of giving in to fear. Edie is the author of Fighting Fear: Winning the War at Home and a blogger for Guideposts online.

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Ravi Zacharias: Showing God’s Love to a Changing World

International speaker, author, and apologist Ravi Zacharias discussed how dramatically our culture has changed in the last few decades in a June presentation to the Christian Booksellers Association at the International Christian Retail Show. He pointed out that the love of God through Jesus is still the answer to a world crying out for love, meaning, and purpose. The music video, “One Small Voice for God,” written and performed by Heritage of Truth host Jeanne Dennis, follows his presentation.

In the music video, photos not taken by Jeanne Dennis are used by permission of Morguefile.com photographers, especially Anita Peppers (anitapeppers) and Mary R. Vogt (taliesin). “One Small Voice for God” is available at http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/jeannedennis4.

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