I never thought that I would be able to say I’m in the company of preachers of the Gospel.
But, this week as one of the guests on “For Such a Time As This” segment on Moody Radio South, that’s exactly what happened.
Martin Houston, co-host of Moody Radio South’s Morning Show, New Day Cafe, invited me to talk about Christian alliances and partnerships and I’ve found myself among other pastors who were interviewed for the series.
The second part of my interview aired this morning. on Moody Radio South, which is heard on 88.9 FM in Tuscaloosa or over the Internet on the Website.
What an awesome experience it was to have such a platform for God to use what I am doing in my job at University of Alabama to help others!
Earlier this week, there was one of the nation’s best known “pastor’s pastor” H.B. London talked about his 2009 book, Pause, Recharge, Refresh.
Even though I’m not a pastor, I needed to heed that advice even as we are on Spring Break this week and I’m not doing much pausing and refreshing.
Then on Wednesday,Moody Radio South’s Rob Moore interviewed John Nixon of Northport Baptist Church.
Nixon shared his testimony of how God got his attention during a four-month illness.
“God moves on us in ordinary things that come to us in extraordinary ways, ” Nixon said.
Also on Wednesday, Patrick Powell, pastor Emmanuel Baptist Church talked about his church’s new 2012 capital campaign, “Growing and Going”
The campaign is depicted in a new YouTube video
“We are committed to growing for the purpose of going,” Powell said.
But, it’s not just about Emmanuel Baptist just building a new building like other churches are doing.
“In our day, it is so easy to get caught up in what other people,” said Powell, who urged Moody Radio South listeners to make sure our thoughts are formed and shaped by the Word of God.
Amen Pastor Powell!
It’s been a great week.