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Behind the Mask
Rebecca Bradley lives her best life these days in Colorado, raising her four lucky children and supporting her amazingly talented husband's film business from home. Becky earned her Bachelor's Degree in Biology and Master's in Education at Azusa Pacific University. She taught high school biology for seven years before settling into the adventures of raising a family. She loves reading, writing, taking care of her plants and is currently dappling in interior design. When she has a moment to think of the future, she dreams of how amazing of a grandmother she will be someday.
Becky has a heart for hurting women and extensive experience working with youth and women in the church. She continues to facilitate groups towards inner healing from trauma through Pure Desire Ministries and is honored to witness their transformation through their healing process.
Behind the Mask
Being a Theologian
Dr. Nijay K. Gupta is professor of New Testament at Northern Seminary. He has written numerous books and articles on the New Testament. His latest books include The State of New Testament Studies (co-edited with Scot McKnight; Baker Academic), Paul and the Language of Faith (Eerdmans), Reading Philippians (Cascade) and A Beginner’s Guide to New Testament Studies (Baker Academic). Follow him on twitter @nijaykgupta or read his blog here.
Help! I Am Homeschooling in a Pandemic!
Professional educator and author Alison Morrow loved teaching but knew from the beginning she'd homeschool her own children. Now, a fourteen year homeschool veteran and mother of two, she helps other families through the transition to homeschooling and beyond through GoodSchooling, an online homeschool coaching program that serves parents all over the world as they seek to give their children the education they deserve.
Kristyn Getty is an award-winning singer-songwriter. Her voice is synonymous with hymns, having founded, along with her husband, Keith, the Getty Music Organization, which helps people learn the Bible through hymns to carry for life. Kristyn performs annual shows at Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, and the Grand Ole Opry, where she leads the Sing! conference—based on her book by the same name. She is particularly passionate about helping children and families learn their faith through song. Kristyn and Keith are originally from Northern Ireland and now live in Nashville, Tennessee, with their four daughters.
Award- winning Christian hymn writers, Keith and Kristyn Getty announce the release of their latest collection of thirteen original hymns and lullabies featuring guest appearances from Vince Gill, Heather Headley, Ellie Holcomb, Sierra Hull, Deborah Kelmme and Sandra McCracken. Born from of a family tradition, the Evensong (Hymns and Lullabies at the Close of Day), includes the thoughts, songs and prayers that Keith and Kristyn Getty use at the end of their day with their daughters.
Evensong, as a practice has always appealed to people by refreshing the soul and informing the mind. During these uncertain times, the need for restful contemplation and focussing on the Word of God is more important than ever for Christians throughout the world.
The Evensong album was a dream project for Kristyn Getty. On turning 40, she and Keith decided that it would be a wonderful way to celebrate the year. With the global pandemic bringing about a need of comfort to homes in the evening time, it seemed like a perfect new venture for the family.
“These are lullabies and hymns we have sung to and for our own children,” says Kristyn Getty of her four daughters. “Singing God’s truth into both the more tender
and vulnerable moments of the day has been a centerpiece of raising our own kids. I know I need true words spoken into my heart and mind to help de-clutter all that presses in upon me from day to day. I hope these songs help people dwell on the Lord and His promises; to release a burdened mind, to calm a restless heart and point us towards real peace in Christ.”
Keith Getty OBE says, “Evensong, is a project born out of a family tradition. We close out our days with a time of reflection in thought, song, and prayer. This collection of hymns and lullabies features a mixture of many of our daily emotions that help us redirect the mind and the comfort of the heart.”
Album producer Ben Shive was able to gather recordings from each musical collaborator and masterfully create a project fusing the Celtic, folk, bluegrass, classical and Americana sound the Gettys have become known for around the world. The cover art was specially created by internationally renowned Irish artist Ross Wilson. A special concert performance of this new project was recorded at Hidden Trace Farm, Tennessee, and premiered globally online on Aug. 31 as part of the Sing!
Global conference and festival. The Getty’s music is sung by over 100 million people in churches each year throughout the world. In 2017, they established the Sing! Movement to encourage families and churches towards deep theology, timeless artistry, and vibrant worship. Rather than cancelling in light of the pandemic, the Gettys have rebuilt this year’s event from the ground up to be an immersive, virtual conference engaging l
Getting to Know Bytavi ft. Jen Shepherd
“I wanted to offer listeners a coupon code for the online store. if they use the code: TBM15 they will get 15% off their order!’
Jen Shepherd is the Creative Manager for BYTAVI, a fair trade clothing and handbag line produced in Cambodia. She started as an intern and has completed her fourth year on the team. She spends her work days seeking out new wholesale accounts, maintaining the online store, creating graphics and creative content, and being part of the team that designs, orders, and sells the BYTAVI product. She and her fiance just bought a house in Indianapolis and are navigating planning a wedding during a pandemic. In the more normal times, they enjoy going to coffee shops and breweries, planning trips and trips to Target, and spending time with their family and community around the table.
Seeing Jesus from the East
Abdu Murray (JD, University of Michigan) is Senior Vice President of RZIM and a regular speaker at churches, college campuses, and business and government gatherings. He hosts the podcast The Defense Rests. A scholar in residence at the Josh McDowell Institute of Oklahoma Wesleyan University, he is the author of many articles and three books, including Grand Central Question, Saving Truth: Finding Meaning and Clarity in a Post-Truth World, and his latest, Seeing Jesus from the East. https://seeingjesusfromtheeast.com.
For most of his life, Abdu was a proud Muslim who studied the Qur’an and Islam. After a nine-year investigation into the historical, philosophical, and scientific underpinnings of the major world religions and views, Abdu discovered that the historic Christian faith can answer the questions of the mind and the longings of the heart.
Abdu has spoken to diverse international audiences and has participated in debates and dialogues across the globe. He has appeared as a guest on numerous radio and television programs all over the world. Abdu holds a BA in psychology from the University of Michigan and earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Michigan Law School. As an attorney, Abdu was named several times in Best Lawyers in America and Michigan Super Lawyer. Twitter: @AbduMurray
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