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Tuesday, January 27 @ 7:00 pm

Todd Starnes

Todd Starnes

We live in a day that right is now wrong and wrong is now right.  America's values are under assault, and religious liberty has been undermined.  FOX News & Commentary host Todd Starnes tackles these topics head on in his new book, God Less America.  Todd is heard daily on hundreds of radio stations and appears frequently on FOX & Friends.

Sara Hagerty

Sara Hagerty

Sara Hagerty and her husband Nate prayed, waited, and believed to have a child of their own.  Years of barrenness led Sara and Nate to pursue adoption.  After several setbacks and unforeseen hardships, they became the parents of four African children. However, something still felt broken inside of Sara - something God would not heal. They continued to believe, and after 12 years of waiting, she conceived a son. Sara is a popular blogger and author of Every Bitter Thing Is Sweet. In the book, Sara shares the amazing journey that created a hunger in her heart to know a faithful God.  

Tuesday, February 03 @ 7:00 pm

Annie Lobert

Annie Lobert

Beatings, abandonment, and death threats became routine for Annie Lobert when she left her already tumultuous and abuse-filled home.  Annie stumbled into the dark world of the sex industry in her teenage years and lost everything she envisioned her new life away from home would bring.  In Annie's new book, Fallen, she tells her remarkable story of surviving 16 years in the sex industry, breaking free, finding healing, and then reaching back to help others find freedom as well.  Annie is now an internationally respected advocate for those trapped in the sex industry.  Annie is the founder of Hookers for Jesus - a not for profit ministry for prostitutes that are still on the streets.

Tuesday, February 10 @ 7:00 pm

Mark Batterson

Mark Batterson

The Grave Robber steals back what the enemy has stolen. God can raise dreams from the dead and resurrect dead relationships. No matter what part of your personality has died at the hands of sin, suffering, or Satan himself, the Grave Robber came to give you your life back.  Come be encouraged as Mark Batterson shows us how to open our eyes to the miraculous as he shares his new book, The Grave Robber: How Jesus Can Make Your Impossible Possible. Mark is the New York Times bestselling author of The Circle Maker, as well as the lead pastor of National Community Church in Washington, D.C.

Tuesday, February 17 @ 7:00 pm

David and Jason Benham

David and Jason Benham

David and Jason Benham, former professional baseball players, are also nationally acclaimed entrepreneurs.  The twin brothers' business success earned them a reality show with HGTV, set to air during the 2014 fall season.  Because of their commitment to traditional and biblical values, however, the show was abruptly canceled. The Benhams immediately found themselves in the midst of a cultural firestorm, but they refused to back down and instead chose to stand and fight for what they believe. Together, David and Jason will share this journey and discuss their new book, Whatever the Cost: Facing Your Fears. Appearing on CNN, FOX News, TheBlaze, ABC's Nightline, Good Morning America, and others, the Benhams continue to stand up for what they believe.

Renee Napier and Eric Smallridge

Renee Napier and Eric Smallridge

Eric Smallridge chose to drink and drive under the influence. This one decision took the lives of both Renee Napier's daughter, Meagan, and Meagan's friend, Lisa. Even though Eric's 22-year sentence brought some justice to this crime, Renee felt led by God to step out and forgive him. This act led Smallridge to choose to follow Jesus as his Lord. Renee and Eric eventually became friends, and together they share a DUI message and the healing power of forgiveness with multitudes of audiences across the nation. Renee Napier is the president and founder of The Meagan Napier Foundation.