American Family Radio’s flagship program, ‘”Today’s Issues,” will focus on the Twelve23 Movement and a new book by University of Mobile President Dr. Mark Foley about the need for a spiritually transformed nation, and how individuals can start that transformation.
The program will feature live interviews with Foley and Dr. Joe Savage, director of the University of Mobile Center for Leadership. The Twelve23 Movement, a grassroots effort of individuals who share the common goal of wanting to see God transform America, is a project of the UMobile Center for Leadership.
“Today’s Issues” will air Monday, Jan. 31, from 10:15 to 11 a.m. CST on more than 190 radio stations throughout the nation. The show can be heard locally in the Mobile area on WPAS 89.1 FM. For a complete list of radio stations, visit www.afr.net
“Today’s Issues” is a daily discussion offering a Christian response to issues of the day and is co-hosted by Tim Wildmon, president of American Family Association and American Family Radio, and Marvin Sanders, AFR general manager. The AFR network is part of the American Family Association, a Christian pro-family advocacy organization
Foley is the author of a new book titled “It’s Time” which lays out the issues the United States is facing and the need for individuals to take a very personal stand based on 2 Chronicles 7:14 – to humble self, pray, seek God, and turn from personal sin. Foley discusses how taking that stand can transform a life, a family, a community and, given time, will transform a nation.
“It’s Time” will be available in February through Amazon.com. Sign up online at www.umobile.edu/itstime
to receive information about how to purchase the book.
Foley writes that “It’s Time” is a book about influence, and how that influence may be used to transform America. He said it is a challenge to persons who call themselves Christians and who are citizens of the United States of America.
“It’s time,” Foley writes, “to commit. It’s time to lead. It’s time to transform America.”
Foley has served as president of the University of Mobile since 1998 and has led the move to intentionally integrate learning, faith and leadership in all areas of university life, while raising academic standards, building new residence halls, establishing outstanding programs such as the Center for Performing Arts, and earning the private Christian university national rankings. He has served as executive vice president of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and is an ordained minister, a former business owner and has practiced as a professional counselor. He holds a bachelor of business administration from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas; and a master of divinity and a doctor of philosophy in psychology and counseling from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.
Savage is director of the university’s new Center for Leadership, which was founded in May 2010 to bring national attention to the goal of helping leaders fulfill their responsibility to God as American citizens. A motivational speaker, trainer, author and evangelist, Savage is a leader in focusing both large groups and individuals on their ability to make a difference in their community and world. Among his many accomplishments, Savage has ministered to more than 200 coaches and executives in the National Football League, organized community-wide ministry events, and spoken to more than 1,500 audiences ranging from inner-city youth to corporate events for Aflac, NASA, Diebold Corp., among others.
Savage holds a bachelor of arts in psychology and religion from the University of Mobile, a master of divinity from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and a doctor of ministry in church growth and evangelism from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.
For more information about the Twelve23 Movement, visit www.twelve23.org