Each week, whether on the radio or here on our website, you'll have the chance to hear an interview of a person who has a story to tell of God's faithfulness and clear calling to a specific ministry or occupation. I am excited about the people you will meet, and even more excited about the One who compels them-Jesus Christ.
First Person: Tom Seals
Dr. Tom Seals of Lipscomb University talks with Wayne Shepherd about his faith-based course for returning military veterans, focusing on spiritual development while addressing physical, mental and moral experiences many veterans have faced in acclimating to the culture following their service.
First Person: Ayanda Khumalo
A young worship leader from Zimbabwe who is in graduate studies here in the U.S., Ayanda Khumalo, talks with Wayne Shepherd about his life story as well as his views on worship, music, and the church.
First Person: Robert Logan
A fighter pilot during the Korean War, Robert Logan talks with Wayne Shepherd about his life and experiences.
First Person: Rodney Bullard
Rodney Bullard, Vice President of Community Affairs at Chick-fil-A, Inc. and Executive Director of the Chick-fil-A Foundation talks with Wayne Shepherd about the message of his book, HEROES WANTED.
First Person: Nick Vujicic
Born without arms or legs, Nick Vujicic is an evangelist, motivational speaker, author and director of Life Without Limbs. He talks with Wayne Shepherd about his life and calling to help people overcome their obstacles and advance the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
First Person: Shawn Thornton
Growing up, Shawn Thornton's mother suffered from an undiagnosed brain injury that cause severe mood swings, from sweet, loving, Christian woman, to episodes of rage. As he talks with Wayne Shepherd and looks back on his early family life, Shawn sees spiritual lessons he learned from a mother whom he loved despite a difficult family life.
These shows have been great to listen to. The host does a great job digging deep into his guests' experiences and insight.