Open Bible is filled with fascinating people: entrepreneurs, pastors, church planters, first responders, authors, professors, parents of children with special needs, missionaries, and many others who have faced an array of challenges and victories. Be sure to watch for these podcasts. You will be treated to riveting stories of how God has led your fellow Open Bible family members and others connected to our family down some fascinating paths.
As Randall says in his podcasts, “Everyone has a story to their journey, and God loves to participate in those stories.”
Featured episodes for April:
After 31 years of serving in one church, Pastor Gary Khan felt God stirring him about broadening his world of ministry by accepting an opportunity to serve as Executive Director of Operations for Marketplace Chaplains in Southern California and actively pursuing writing. He now has more than one book to his credit and is working on another. In this edition of Better Roads, Gary discusses hearing from God, how to get started in writing, and the discipline involved in writing a book. Gary’s new journey has generated deep and rich insights.
Kwabea Francis was born in England and moved to the USA with her parents when she was a child. A woman of color, Kwabea was soon introduced to racial discrimination and name calling when she went to American schools. However, her mother taught Kwabea how to not respond in kind, a lesson she continued to teach when she became a mother. How do we build bridges between races that please the Lord ? Kwabea shares insights from her heart and experience in this episode of Better Roads.