Monday, July 27th, 2015

Janna LaFrance
Janna LaFrance is an author and musician from Canada. Her passion is to create stories about people going through real struggles and discovering strength and healing in sometimes unfamiliar and unexpected ways. Her debut novel, A Girl Named Grace, is in many ways a reflection of her own journey with God, and one in which she has found herself discovering more and more how deeply she is loved by Him.

Mark Batterson
Mark Batterson serves as lead pastor of National Community Church in Washington, DC. One church with seven locations. NCC is focused on reaching emerging generations and meets in theaters throughout the DC metro area. NCC also owns and operates the largest coffeehouse on Capitol Hill. Mark holds a Doctor of Ministry degree from Regent University and is the New York Times bestselling author of 11 books, including "The Circle Maker", "In a Pit with a Lion on a Snowy Day", "Wild Goose Chase" and the two most recent, "The Grave Robber" and "Jack Staples and the Ring of Time."

Tuesday, July 28th, 2015

Peter Scazzero
Pete Scazzero is the Founder of New Life Fellowship Church in Queens, NYC, a large, multiracial, international church with seventy countries represented. After serving as Senior Pastor for twenty-six years, Pete now serves as a Teaching Pastor/Pastor at Large. He is the author the books "Emotionally Healthy Spirituality", "The Emotionally Healthy Church", and most recently "The Emotionally Healthy Leader".

Wednesday, July 29th, 2015

Mary DeMuth
Mary DeMuth is a popular international speaker, novelist and gifted author. She is a magna cum laude graduate of Pacific Lutheran University, where she earned her English degree. After writing in obscurity for ten years, DeMuth began pursuing publication in Christian periodicals and wrote her first novel. Her latest release "Everything - What You Give and What You Gain to Become More Like Jesus" offers fresh insight on Spiritual Growth.

Dr. Caroline Leaf
Dr. Caroline Leaf is a cognitive neuroscientist with a PhD in Communication Pathology specializing in Neuropsychology. Since the early 1980‘s she has studied and researched the Mind-Brain connection. During her years in clinical practice as a Communication Pathologist she developed tools and processes that help people develop and change their thinking and subsequent behavior. Her scientific Science of Thought techniques have transformed the lives of patients with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), learning disabilities, emotional traumas and released the potential of thousands of young students and adults. Today, Dr. Leaf will talk about her book, "The Gift In You."

Thursday, July 30th, 2015

Alex Early
Alex Early is a pastor who has planted a church in a bar, served as a theology professor, created the Acts 29 West Academy, a missional-theological training center, and launched the Acts 29 podcast. He is presently pursuing a Doctor of Intercultural Studies degree at Western Seminary. Alex has just released the book "The Reckless Love of God". Alex pulls you in close to ask if you've ever really considered what it means to say "Jesus loves me." God's love for us is real--he feels, knows, and even suffers on our behalf. Nothing will change your life, your goals, and your relationships faster than being captivated by this reality.

Nancy Writebol
After weeks of battling Ebola, a North Carolina missionary is thankful for her fight to survive the deadly virus. Nancy contracted the deadly disease during the outbreak in Liberia, West Africa and is very thankful to her medical team, family and those who prayed for her. 'This is God’s story, God is writing this,' says Nancy after recovering.

David Writebol
David & Nancy Writebol are workers with SIM, an international mission organization with more than 1,600 active missionaries serving in more than 60 countries.

Friday, July 31st, 2015

Lin Lockamy
In March of 2006, Lin Lockamy was involved in a horrible car accident. Crushed and trapped within the twisted metal, Lin watched for 90 minutes as paramedics fought to free her from the flipped SUV. Transported to the hospital by helicopter, the surgeon wanted to amputate her legs. “He felt that even if he could repair them, I would never walk again,” Lin said. “By God’s grace, I am now walking on my own two legs.” Lin's book is titled “Grace by Which I Stand.” In it, she describes the horrible collision, which impacted her life in more ways than one. It also shows her determination, spiritual growth and the medical professionalism that took her from a wheelchair to the finish line of the Houston Half Marathon. “Faith can grow through any circumstance,” Lin said. “People are far more caring than we think and God does answer prayers. With that in mind, we can get through anything.”

Pete Wilson
Pete Wilson is the Senior Pastor of Cross Point Church in Nashville, Tennessee,a committed church community that he and his wife, Brandi, planted in 2003. Over the course of 11 years, Cross Point has grown to reach more than 5,000 people each weekend through its five campuses located around the Nashville area, and online. The trusted voice for a new generation of believers, his blog was ranked the 27th most influential church blog. Approaching 45,000 on Twitter & 16,000 unique visitors to his blog a month. His newest book - "What Keeps You Up At Night?" provides a plan for living that will lead you to a place of peace that you've only dreamed about and a life filled with meaning, significance, and satisfaction.