Our guests, starting today on A Time to Dream, are Dr. Carol Swain and J. Warner Wallace. Dr. Swain is an award-winning political scientist, author of nine books and former professor of law at both Vanderbilt and Princeton Universities. She has regularly been a contributor to "Fox and Friends," "Hannity" and "Lou Dobbs tonight." She will share her story and will talk about her run for Mayor in Nashville. J. Warner Wallace is one of the leading apologists in the country. He is an American homicide detective and has written four books, including "Cold-Case Christianity" addressing the evidence for Christianity. He hosts a weekly television show called "Cold-Case Christianity," has appeared on a number of other national broadcasts and had a role in the movie, "God's Not Dead 2."
Dr. Burke is an award-winning author and ordained minister who will discuss infertility and her adopted daughter's battle with drugs. Ray, seminary trained, now counsels men and their families but at one time was a victim of abuse and engaged in a self destructive lifestyle.
Sandra Crawford Williamson was once a CEO for an international company, but the events of 9-11-01 changed her life forever. She is a cancer survivor, a mother, wife, and now a professor at Dallas Baptist University. Join us on WRNOWorldwide.com Monday at 8:00 CST and Thursday at Noon on the Fishbowl Radio Network (B Stream) as we interview Sandra about how a horrific act of terrorism set her out on a completely different path.
Ryan Fontenot is the leader of RAGE Ministries, (Reaching a Generation Endangered). He will speak about his work with RAGE and how he is reaching hundreds of thousands of youth for Christ, but will also share about how he overcame the loneliness that comes with leading a ministry.
Holly Berry is a speaker and flutist. She will share how a friend led her to Christ and how that subsequent relationship with the Lord helped her get through difficult years with a bi-polar father as well as the loss of her two sisters.
Donna and Lisa interview author Jean-Ann Cooper and radio media leader, Dr. Jennifer Epperson. Jean-Ann will share about her three failed marriages because of either her ex-husbands' abuse or addictions, but then will tell how through these heartaches she found the only One who can fill the void in her heart. Dr. Epperson will give a snapshot of her life, but will also share how a difficulty she experienced helped her to have empathy for the women she was broadcasting about.
In this program, taped at the National Religious Broadcasters Convention, Lisa and Donna interview the co-founders of Cooke Media Group, Phil and Kathleen Cooke. Phil is a gifted television and film producer, having produced programs and films in more than sixty countries around the world. He is the author of many books including his most recent: "The Way Back: How Christians Blew Our Credibility and How We Win it Back." Kathleen leads and inspires women in media and entertainment through her nonprofit: "The Influence Lab" and she has authored a devotional, "Hope 4 Today: Stay Connected to God in a Distracted Culture." The two of them will talk about their books as well as their media efforts to reach the world for Christ.
Chris Machen has written over 400 songs, that have been recorded by the Gatlin Brothers and the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir. He will talk about his career, as well as his difficulties raising a prodigal child, and being by his wife's side as she battles Crohn's Disease.