Casey Cole joins Dr. Lamb in Studio 22 on the topic of resilience. Casey Cole takes on a journey of resilience. She shares a lot of personal stories about resilience and the process of what it truly means to be resilient. Follow the outline below as the episode plays.
William invites Second Life’s Jerry Redmond and Lilly Feliz to Studio 22 to tackle the challenging topic of human trafficking. In this episode, Jerry, Lilly, and William address the epidemic of human trafficking, the causes and risks involved in the conflict, as well as methods to spot and help those facing this injustice.
William and Christian invite Dr. Terry Cross and Dr. Rickie Moore to Studio 22 to explore hot topics facing Christians and how to approach them. These distinguished guests warn listeners about the dangers when Christians place too much emphasis on communicating truth instead of living truth.
William and Elizabeth invite Lee University Campus Pastor to Studio 22 to discuss his faith journey as he discovered his calling throughout the various seasons of his life. Rob uses his story to encourage listeners to pursue their calling in order to fully understand their identity in Christ.
William and Elizabeth welcome Mo Isom into Studio 22 to challenge listeners on the call to purity. Mo uses her story to address the truth of redemption that is possible when navigating sexuality and the shame caused by sexual sin.
Dr. Lamb and Christian invite the Director of Internal Affairs of the NCAA Division II for Lee Athletics, Jessica McIntyre, into Studio 22 to discuss her journey through cancer, women athletics, and the importance of being a witness for Christ on and off the field. Jessica emphasizes the importance of using your gifts as a natural connection with others wherever you are.
Phil Cook sits down with William and Christian in Studio 22 to discuss his journey at Lee University. Phil explores defining moments in his life that galvanized his role at Lee University as the Vice President of Enrollment and his 30 years of leadership.