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Dale Henry – “The Proverbial Cracker Jack” Part 2

Dale Henry – “The Proverbial Cracker Jack” Part 2

August 31, 2007 by  
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The image “http://ec1.images-amazon.com/images/G/01/ciu/42/74/e68392c008a0308ac693b010.L.jpg” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.Dr. Dale Henry, author of The Proverbial Cracker Jack, joins Dr. Gerry Fuller to discuss how to find happiness and satisfaction in every moment. Experience a new passion to be the best you can. Dale Henry shares how to be the prize in your organization, and how serving well guarantees that you are in demand.

Dale Henry – “The Proverbial Cracker Jack” Part 1

Dale Henry – “The Proverbial Cracker Jack” Part 1

August 31, 2007 by  
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The image “http://ec1.images-amazon.com/images/G/01/ciu/42/74/e68392c008a0308ac693b010.L.jpg” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.Dr. Dale Henry, author of The Proverbial Cracker Jack, joins Dr. Gerry Fuller to discuss how to find happiness and satisfaction in every moment. Experience a new passion to be the best you can. Dale Henry shares how to be the prize in your organization, and how serving well guarantees that you are in demand.

Dave Burchett Part 2

Dave Burchett Part 2

August 24, 2007 by  
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[Image: When Bad Christians Happen to Good People: by Dave Burchett]Part 2 of Gerry Fuller’s interview with Dave Burchett author of When Bad Christians Happen to Good People.

NOTE: Due to technical difficulties the mp3′s of this Breakaway interview are not yet available. We are working to get them posted as soon as possible. Until then you can order them by calling WGTS’s main office at (301) 891-4200.

Dave Burchett Part 1

Dave Burchett Part 1

August 24, 2007 by  
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[Image: When Bad Christians Happen to Good People: by Dave Burchett]When Bad Christians Happen to Good People by Dave Burcetts offers help for those who have been harmed by Christians–and those who have inflicted the wounds. Throughout history, Christians have done considerable damage to others–both independently and in the name of Christ. Each time this occurs, one of God’s precious creations is wounded and the church’s witness to the world is grievously weakened.

For years, unbelievers and Christians have rejected the church because of damaging encounters with a Christian, a Christian leader, or a group of Christians. No matter how much we wish to reverse the damage, however, we cannot reach the unchurched with the life-changing message of the gospel–nor can we protect those still within the body–unless we insist upon dramatic changes within our church communities.

Targeting every person who has ever been hurt by a Christian–as well as those believers responsible for inflicting such damaging wounds–author Dave Burchett calls for a new way of relating that will bring healing to the church and transform our witness to the world.

Dave Burchett is an Emmy Award-winning television sports director for Fox Sports, ESPN, and NBC, with a background in radio. He and his wife, Joni, are former staff members of Campus Crusade’s Athletes in Action. They live in Texas and are the parents of three sons. You can visit his blog “Confessions of a Bad Christian.”

NOTE: Due to technical difficulties the mp3′s of this Breakaway interview are not yet available. We are working to get them posted as soon as possible. Until then you can order them by calling WGTS’s main office at (301) 891-4200.

Angela is on CNN?! Whaaaat?!

Angela is on CNN?! Whaaaat?!

August 24, 2007 by  
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Ang_CNN Angela blows up eggs at midnight, sticks forks into sockets and enacts her NASCAR fantasies on the beltway endangering her life and the life of others. Which is why we formed the Angela Advisory Board in an effort to protect herself and more importantly those around her. Well apparently CNN had a slow news day today because CNN’s American Morning interviewed Angela about the Advisory Board. You can see the video below.

You can still join the Angela Advisory Board, simply e-mail me with your name, contact info and desired position (be creative). Check out Angela’s Advisory Board website to see what positions are already filled and to get ideas for more positions.

Catherine Clark Kroeger “Abuse” Part 2

Catherine Clark Kroeger “Abuse” Part 2

August 17, 2007 by  
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Buffy Halvorsen and Catherine Clark Kroeger join Gerry Fuller this weekend to discuss abuse.
Catherine Clark Kroeger is adjunct associate professor of classical and ministry studies at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. She holds a Ph.D. in classical studies from the University of Minnesota. Catherine is founder and former president of Christians for Biblical Equality.

Buffy Halvorsen, marriage and family therapist and Breakaway favorite is also the wife of Ron Halvorsen, Jr., the senior pastor of the Sligo SDA Church.

Catherine Clark Kroeger “Abuse” Part 1

Catherine Clark Kroeger “Abuse” Part 1

August 17, 2007 by  
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Buffy Halvorsen and Catherine Clark Kroeger join Gerry Fuller this weekend to discuss abuse.
Catherine Clark Kroeger is adjunct associate professor of classical and ministry studies at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. She holds a Ph.D. in classical studies from the University of Minnesota. Catherine is founder and former president of Christians for Biblical Equality.

Buffy Halvorsen, marriage and family therapist and Breakaway favorite is also the wife of Ron Halvorsen, Jr., the senior pastor of the Sligo SDA Church.

Beverly Tauke “Overcoming the Sins of the Family” Part 2

Beverly Tauke “Overcoming the Sins of the Family” Part 2

August 10, 2007 by  
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Part 2 of Gerry Fuller’s Interview with Beverly Tauke.

Beverly Tauke “Overcoming the Sins of the Family” Part 1

Beverly Tauke “Overcoming the Sins of the Family” Part 1

August 10, 2007 by  
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Every family has relational habits–both positive and negative–passed down from generation to generation. Family counselor Beverly Hubble Tauke, citing real-life stories and suggesting specific “transforming practices,” shows how to put an end to a cycle of negativity and change family patterns so that you and your family can enjoy healthy relationships for generations to come. Full of surprising wit and inspiring insight, Sins of the Family will help families find the joy God intended for them.

A licensed clinical social worker, Beverly Hubble Tauke serves as a family counselor based at Cornerstone Family Counseling in Fairfax, VA, where she collaborates with a range of local churches in the Washington, D.C., area. For years she has also facilitated workshops for homeless men and women through Gospel Rescue Ministries–just blocks from the nation�s Capitol.

Prior to work in family counseling, Beverly Tauke managed media operations in the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate, taught journalism and communications at a Christian institute in East Africa, and worked as a writer in Chicago. She holds a master of social work degree from the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., and a master of arts degree in communications from Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL.

Beverly Tauke resides in northern Virginia with her husband, Tom; son, Joseph; daughter, Elizabeth; and exuberant puppy, Domino.