FIRE Missions Highlights from Around the World and Dr. Brown Speaks from His Heart

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Dr. Brown interviews Dr. Josh and Tobi Peters, who oversee FIRE International, with FIRE missions highlights that will build your faith and expand your vision, and then Dr. Brown speaks candidly from his heart about what burdens and his vision of what God can do. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at  (866) 348 7884  with your questions and comments.

 

Hour 1:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Friends it is not a myth; God is not indebted to anyone!  As we step out in generosity to help the poor with the work of the gospel we will find God meeting our needs so we can be a channel of blessing to a hurting and dying world!

 

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: There is no question that much of the Church in America is terribly backslidden and compromised, but revival can start with you, and with you, and with you!  One at a time the nation can be shaken!

 

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2 Comments
  1. so god uses everyone. very nice. i wish i could be used in a useful way but everytime i talk to someone i dont have no good answers. WHERE IS THE EVIDENCE they cry? and i say in the gospels and then that is ususally followed by some nonsensical answer which betrays their ignorance and/or folly – but sometimes it has the guise of rationality but it’s usually a facade to cloak the former two qualities – nevertheless i am usually left dumbounded and speechless and unable to answer their questions. i wish i had the wisdom to answer these objections. e.g. “who created God??” atheists ask. and then we embark on an endless rigmarole……….

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    as for the fireman who was on drugs and hallucinated about the pig demon – how does this gentleman know that this wasn’t just a trip – how does he know that that was actual reality. it’s a nice story, but atheists demand answers to those sorts of questions.

  2. Hey Ben,

    I hear you. It can be very frustrating. I think we have to know our audience. Like the Athests, are they just wanting to argue or are the invloved in a real dialogue? Some ppl aer just out to argu and instead of listening and engageing in a converstaion, they just look to debate.

    When I talk to atheists and the few I know, I just try to answer there question with this answer… “where every you think creation started… God is right before that”. There are many other topics to discuss, I usually find the “who created God question” as a just ploy to argu, because they have no reasonable answer on there side. So in a sense they are just arguing to argu.. with no answer of there own to defend.

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