Convictions and the Legacy of Influence

2017-03-11T15:00:15+00:00 Mar 11, 2017|

GUESTS:

Harry Walls, campus pastor, The Master’s University
Ron Brown, football coach, Liberty University
Graham Nabity, student-athlete, University of Nebraska

Choose for yourselves today whom you will serve … as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord. Joshua 24:15

Joshua was a revered leader of the Jewish people during their conquest of the Promised Land.  In his final message to the people before his death, Joshua summarized Israel’s history—of God’s providence and faithfulness and their victories, disobedience, and slavery—invoking them to “choose for yourselves today whom you will serve … as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord (Joshua 24:15).

Joshua was a man of strong conviction, leaving a legacy of influence that continues today.  What made Joshua the man he was?  Joshua was himself influenced by a man of strong conviction who went before him—Moses, the great leader of the Jewish exodus from Egypt.

What convictions lead to a legacy of influence?  How do we develop them?  And who and what is influencing you today?

This weekend on The Christian Worldview, you will hear a true story of conviction and the legacy of influence from our three guests—how Harry Walls influenced Ron Brown when they were student-athletes in college, how Coach Ron Brown influenced student-football player Graham Nabity at the University of Nebraska, and how this legacy of influence continues on.

We will also be joined in studio by 32 juniors from Nebraska Christian School, who are visiting the Twin Cities as part of their spring worldview trip.

Note: This special weekend broadcast will be video streamed LIVE on The Christian Worldview’s Facebook page.

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