Aerialist and high-wire walker, Nik Wallenda, recently joined the Greenelines podcast to discuss his new book, Facing Fear. His many thrilling walks across Niagara Falls, the Grand Canyon and most recently over the active Masaya Volcano, among many others, make him a proven expert in facing fear.
In a recent Greenelines podcast with Roberts Liardon about his book, God’s Generals: The Healing Evangelists, he shared stories about Oral Roberts, Lester Sumrall, F.F. Bosworth, George Jeffreys, and Charles and Frances Hunter about their leadership and ministries as healing evangelists. But each of these ministries offered a much larger footprint.
In a recent Greenelines podcast interview with Bishop Joseph Walker, he and I discussed empathy in this season of racial unrest. He told me, “There can be no empathy until you are fully informed. I think what we are seeing is often misdiagnosed. We now have the opportunity to have serious discussions, to look at the history of a situation and place it in proper context,” he said.
God’s grace is greater than all of our sin. Ideally, His grace and kindness should lead us to repentance. “Do you think lightly of the riches of His kindness and tolerance and patience, not knowing that the kindness of God leads you to repentance?” (Rom. 2:4, NASB). But it is clear that grace does not …