God, I won’t stop praying for my family. They are yours. Guide them. Heal them. Protect them. Save my Family Lord from the darkness that pulls them away from you. Saving Families is here to help you navigate parenting from a Christian Worldview. The demise of the traditional family is happening right before our eyes because of the rejection of God and acceptance of sin that’s pushed Christ and his Word out of the culture. Thanks for hangin with us today as we discuss what eroded faith and what cultivates faith. Saving our Family from the darkness that pulls them away from Jesus.
Welcome to Saving Families with Angie May and Marc Lucas
About Angie May and Marc Lucas
Angie May strives to bring an effective blend of experience, expertise and passion to the counseling process by providing healing and balance within individuals, organizations and churches. Angie earned a Masters Degree in Christian Counseling in Substance Abuse and Addictive Disorders from Grand Canyon University and is an Adjunct Professor in their Mental Health Department. Her passion and drive come from experience providing counseling services and seminars to a variety of individuals, churches and organizations throughout her career. Kairos Koaching was created in response to the growing need for leadership training to help each person discover who they are in Christ, become self-aware and build stronger personal and professional relationships.
Marc Lucas has served as a pastor for a combined 15 years with two mega-churches in the Valley: Sun Valley Community Church and Highlands Church. He’s an alumni of Arizona Christian University with a degree in Biblical Studies. He is currently the Local Ministry Director at Faith Talk 1360. He has been married to his wife Tammy, for 16 years and they have 3 beautiful kids Kaylen, Kenzie and Karson.
He strives to live out 3 words everyday; In my opinion we should always be pushing ourselves to grow 1% everyday! My three words are ‘love, laugh and serve.’ Today and everyday I will love well, laugh often and serve others. I’m going to focus on these three words three times a day. I put them on my iPhone where they come up as an alarm three different times during the day. My phone buzzes and those words are there, where I go, “Oh right, I’m that guy. I have to focus on being that guy vs. whatever. I might be in a bad mood and completely detached; however, it helps bring intentionality to living out and essentially eulogizing myself daily. To live each day with the end in mind!
His heart and passion is to come alongside the local church because when God wins a city He always does it through the local church.