Christian Doctor’s Digest – December 2018
The December 2018 issue of Christian Doctor’s Digest deals with the topic of Grace and how we can apply to what is going on in our culture today. Phillip Yancey shares from his book Vanishing Grace: What Ever Happened to The Good News? as he focuses on the search for honest faith that makes a difference for a world in pain. Then Joe Gregory joins Dr. David Stevens to look back at God’s Grace that He gave to CMDA with their relationship and the growth to the organization that came through it.
Meet Our Guests on This Episode
Individual Interview Location: 2:47
Philip Yancey is a bestselling evangelical Christian author who has authored over 30 books. His publications are available in 40+ languages, and more than 15 million copies have been sold worldwide. He has produced 13 Gold Medallion Award-winning books, has earned two ECPA Book of the Year awards (for What's So Amazing About Grace? and The Jesus I Never Knew), and has four books that generated sales of over one million copies. Philip’s most recent books are The Question That Never Goes Away (2013) and Vanishing Grace: Bringing Good News to a Deeply Divided World (2014), and he is currently composing his memoir. Philip expresses overwhelming gratitude that he can make a living by writing (and speaking) about the issues of faith that intrigue him.
Joseph R. Gregory
Individual Interview Location: 34:53
Joseph R. Gregory owns Gregory Management Company, LLC and is managing director of Kingsway, LLC. Previously, he served as Vice-Chairman of King Pharmaceuticals & President of Monarch Pharmaceuticals and CEO of Epic Secure Solutions and Bsafe Online, COO of General Injections and Vaccines (GIV), and president of Buying Group Network. He also was part owner and board member of the Adams Golf and United Coal Company. Mr. Gregory serves on the board of Kingsway Charities, a granting agency that seeks to advance Christ’s work primarily through investment in programs that benefit the disadvantaged, impoverished, widowed and orphaned. He is co-chair of Gregory Leadership Council and co-head of the Gregory School of Pharmacy Advisory Committee at Palm Beach Atlantic University and runs The Master’s Table, a private charitable foundation that focuses on Children Ministries. Mr. Gregory is the founder of Tennessee Biotechnology Association and part owner and board member of Elgin Energy Company, an American Oil and Gas exploration and Production Company. Previously, he served on the Executive Committee board of the Council for National Policy, Palm Beach Atlantic University, Regent University, King University and Beliefnet. Mr. Gregory received a bachelor’s degree from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland and has an honorary doctorate in business from Milligan College. He and his wife Cindy live in Piney Flats, Tennessee.