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The Founder of the Little Lambs Ministry to orphans in Ukraine talks with Wayne Shepherd about assisting orphans during the war.
Brian and Sally Oxley talk with Wayne Shepherd about owning the house and farm once owned by the Johnny Cash family and preserving the spiritual legacy the properties represent.
Wayne Shepherd interviews a pastor in Iceland about his life and culture, plus his vision to reach his country with Gospel-centered churches through TheIcelandProject.org.
Former baseball All-Star and World Series winner, Darryl Strawberry, talks with Wayne Shepherd about his addictions while playing-- and the life he now leads in Christ.
The late author and pastor Dr. Warren Wiersbe is featured in a conversation from 2010 with Wayne Shepherd.
Well known radio host and author Chris Fabry talks with Wayne Shepherd about his story and life calling, including his call to write and encourage others to write.
At this time when America celebrates the 4th of July, Dave Zanotti of The American Policy Roundtable talks with Wayne Shepherd about the leadership of George Washington.
Author and Founder Patrick Morley of Man in the Mirror, an international ministry impacting millions of men, joins Wayne Shepherd in conversation about the four voices that dominate a man's inner thoughts.
Pastor and teacher Alistair Begg of radio's TRUTH FOR LIFE talks with Wayne Shepherd about his life and ministry calling which started in his native Scotland.
While traveling together in Ukraine, Wayne Shepherd talks with Mark Crea, the Executive DIrector and CEO of Feed My Starving Children about the story of his life and the mission of the organization.
Recorded in Ukraine, Wayne Shepherd's guest is Igor Sereda, a young broadcaster with Radio M (Far East Broadcasting Company) who is on the radio and social media everyday, offering the hope of the Gospel to people deeply troubled by the war.
Continuing an account of a recent trip to Ukraine, Wayne Shepherd reports from two Western Ukrainian cities where Mission Eurasia staff, volunteers, and displaced victims of the war are packing and delivering boxes of food, medicine, Bibles, personal hygiene items, and baby needs to thousands of desperate people.
Recorded during recent travels to Poland and Moldova, Wayne Shepherd reports on the efforts by Mission Eurasia to help Ukrainian refugees. This report will continue next week from Ukraine itself as the iCare Ukrainian Emergency Relief Fund delivers food, personal hygiene items, baby needs, and Bibles to victims of the war.
Wayne Shepherd talks with Adriel Sanchez. Adriel’s vision is to help Christians get back to the core truths of the Christian faith and he does that through radio and social media, answering tough questions about the Bible and the Christian life.
Now 90 years old, Don Finto talks with Wayne Shepherd about his life as a missionary, professor, pastor, author, and speaker-- including his days as a leader in Nashville's Jesus Movement in the 60's and 70's.
Wayne Shepherd talks with Renod Bejjani who grew up in the Middle East and was persecuted as a child when sharing his Christian testimony. He later walked away from his faith until the Lord re-awakened his heart.
Mark Gregston, the author of WHERE'S STITCH?, talks with Wayne Shepherd about the grief that accompanies the death of a beloved family pet and what we tell ourselves and our children.
At this Easter-time, together with Dr. George Guthrie, Michael Card and Wayne Shepherd will open the scriptures for discussions surrounding the theme of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Based in the U.K., journalist Peter Wooding talks with Wayne Shepherd about his calling as a "Media Missionary", reporting on stories reflecting the work and ministries of Christians in different parts of the world.
With the war in Ukraine continuing to rage, Wayne Shepherd talks with Sergey Rakhuba, President of Mission Eurasia, about the destruction of the ministry building, but the undeterred efforts to provide food, medicine, and spiritual care to the victims.
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