After the tragic death of his son, Truett, TobyMac worked through his feelings in his latest release, “Life After Death.” He talks with Terese Main about how is family is doing, and what God has shown him. TobyMac brings his Theater Tour to The Stanley Theater in Utica, New York on Friday, October 7th. Connect with tickets here.
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Dr. Kevin Lehman is a Psychologist and an author of more than 50 books on marriage, parenting and relationships. You can hear him at the 2-day Leading Your Family Well event at Eastern Hills Church in Williamsville, NY. In this episode, he talks with Terese Main about some of the fundamental issues in our marriages and families. Plus, he shares about what his wife has taught him over the years.
“Making Sense of the Man or Woman in your Life”
Sunday, August 14
“The Way of the Shepherd”
Monday, August 15
“Building Up Moms”
Monday, August 15
No Cost, Childcare Available (registration required)
“Have a New Kid by Friday – How to Change your Child’s Attitude, Behavior, and Character in Five Days”
Monday, August 15
*All Access Pass (Entrance to ALL Events): $25/couple
Find out more and connect to tickets here.
Darren Mulligan is the lead singer of We Are Messengers. He is an Irishman with strong passion for his faith, his family, and his music. He talks with Terese Main about how ministry calls for sacrifice, but the fruit is worth it.
We Are Messengers is in concert at Kingdom Bound at Darien Lake on July 25th. Find out more at www.kingdombound.org
Dave Frey is the lead singer of Sidewalk Prophets. During the pandemic, he and his band found new ways to reinvent the music wheel with virtual concerts and online experiences. He talks with Terese Main about how much he came to appreciate their fans over the past couple years. Plus, you won’t believe the celebrity he ran into at the grocery store!
Sidewalk Prophets is in concert in Tonawanda, NY on July 15. Find out more here: https://sidewalkprophets.com/pages/tour
For Christian music, it’s a band that literally defined “rock.” Petra (which means “rock” in Greek) began in the early 1970’s, when the phrase “Christian rock” was practically unheard of. Join Tim from the Rise Up morning show in a chat with lead vocalist from Petra, Greg X. Volz. See Greg and the other guys of Classic Petra Resurrection live in concert, Saturday, June 4th in Horseheads, NY – head to our website for tickets!
Fernando Ortega is an artist at heart. A musician. A photographer. A storyteller. And it all started with an accordion and a harmonica. He talks with Terese from the Rise Up morning show about music in his childhood, and his upcoming concert May 6th at Olean First Baptist Church. Find out more about the show here.
Is Zach Williams taller than a side-by-side refrigerator? Yes! But is he taller than the Guinness World Record Holder for the female with the longest legs? You’ll have to listen to find out. Zach Talks with Terese from Family Life Mornings about his height, and his upcoming concert July 30th at The Chapel in Buffalo. Find out more about the show at www.kingdombound.org.
God gives gifts so much bigger and better than the world gives. Jamie Kimmett is proof of that! He’s a Scot with the talent to make it in mainstream music. But he took a pass and God blessed him. Listen as he chats with Sonny from Family Life Afternoons. Keep up with Jamie online at www.jamiekimmett.com.
Sadly, Kingdom Bound 2021 has been postponed due to the COVID outbreak. Festival Director Donna Russo talks with Terese Main about how the decision was made, and what we can expect in 2022! The new festival date is July 24th through 27th, 2022. Already artist like TobyMac, Casting Crowns, Skillet, We Are Messengers, Ledger, and Verses have been booked, along with speakers like John Cooper and Reggie Dabbs. Of course, more will be added as the festival gets closer. And if you’re a ticket holder for the 2021 festival, your tickets will be honored next year. Find out more at http://www.kingdombound.org/
Sometimes the hardest times bring the brightest glory to God. Jordan St. Cyr is embracing every part of his difficult seasons and turning them into songs that connect others to God. Whether it’s a car breaking down, or his daughter’s medical challenge, listen as he talks with Terese Main about finally “making it” in Christian music. If you’ve got ten minutes, you can catch up with this cool Canadian.