Christian Doctor’s Digest – November 2013
Erin Brynn shares from her book Finding Roses in the Dust. Dr. Louis Lugo from the Pew Forum discusses those who choose NONE as their religious affiliation. Tim Goeglein opens his book The Man in the Middle about working in the second Bush White House. And Al Weir, MD shares about his weekly devotional for CMDA.
Meet Our Guests
Luis E. Lugo, PhD
Tim Goeglein Vice President for External Relations at Focus on the Family and a Senior Fellow at The Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C. He served in high-level government posts for the last two decades and worked as Special Assistant to President George W. Bush, where he was the Deputy Director of the White House Office of Public Liaison from 2001 to 2008. He was the President’s principal outreach contact for conservatives, think tanks, veteran’s groups, faith-based groups and some of America’s leading cultural organizations. He is the author of the political memoir The Man in the Middle: Faith and Politics in the George W. Bush Era. Tim holds honorary doctorate degrees from Concordia University and Faith Evangelical College and Seminary. Tim serves on the Sanctity of Life Commission for his church body, the 2.5 million-member Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, and has served as a deacon in his church for 25 years. Tim and his wife Jenny have two sons.
Al Weir, MD
Erin Brynn is a busy wife and mother of six with a passion for life and adventure. She grew up as the oldest of three on a ranch in central Texas and attended university in Oklahoma. Her love for children led to obtaining degrees in elementary education and special education. Partnering with her physician husband in international disaster relief efforts and living with her family outside of the U.S. have led to some amazing experiences and challenging situations. Her heart to serve the suffering, the broken and the disenfranchised, along with a love of adventure and travel, has taken her to desperate and needy places around the world. Erin has a deep desire to tell others about the extraordinary experiences and lessons learned through her travels in hopes of helping others see the simple treasures and gifts of everyday life lived out in extraordinary ways. She is the author of Finding Roses in the Dust: A Journey to a New Perspective.