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Mornings with Tom and Tabi

Past Episodes


November 22, 2022

LANDMARK - Rebecca Rogers Nelson

“It’s rare and wonderful when a life’s mission aligns with a film project; God is so good!” says Rebecca Rogers Nelson. She plays Susan in the movie, Lifemark. This film is focused on the real-life adoption story chronicled in the documentary, 'I Lived on Parker Avenue.' Rebecca is passionate about this project because adoption is part of her life-story as well. Lifemark begins streaming on PureFlix today. For more information, a special offer, and to see the film, CLICK HERE.

Supporting Women with Unplanned Pregnancies

“I often hear that the church isn’t doing enough,” says Robyn Chambers, Executive Director of Advocacy for Children at Focus on the Family. “I disagree. I believe the church is willing to step into this work, they just need the tools to know how and when.” Hear about unplanned pregnancies and how the church is responding. Also, Robyn shares practical resources for churches to provide spiritual hope for women who feel alone with their pregnancies. CLICK HERE for resources or to learn more.

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November 21, 2022

Are you missing a critical part of the Gospel?

The host of Open Line, Dr. Michael Rydelnik, talks about the importance of the Gospel message. He also points out a critical part of that message which many people miss when they seek to clearly share the Good News of Jesus Christ. Learn what gets missed and include it the next time you share the Gospel with a friend. Also, Michael shared about his next trip to Israel in June 2023 which he will lead along with Dr. Joe Stowell, the 7th President of the Moody Bible Institute. CLICK HERE to learn more.

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November 18, 2022

The Chosen Season 3

Adam Holz with Plugged In Movie Reviews takes a look at the theatrical release of The Chosen season 3, episodes 1 and 2. Adam shares some of the overarching themes you can anticipate through this season, as well as looking at one of the characters he relates to the most. Then, he looks at the latest release from Disney, DisEnchanted, the sequel to the successful film Enchanted featuring Amy Adams.

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November 16, 2022

Foster Care and Adoption - Christy & Scott's Story

November is National Adoption Awareness Month. Christy Myerscough shares how God got a hold of their heart and put them on the pathway to foster care and adoption. From someone who is not even interested in babysitting to welcoming children into her home, Christy introduces us to the journey of an infant placed in her home known simply as Baby Girl.

Psalms for the Anxious Heart

Author and speaker Becky Harling wrote Psalms for the Anxious Heart during the middle of the pandemic. This beautiful message of peace is still needed today. Psalms will help you find relief and hope in times of trouble. This 30-Day devotional guide provides daily meditations of truth and peace for those moments when anxiety abounds. Becky also walks you through the importance of seeking and building community with others to combat the cycle of loneliness which is so prevalent today.

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November 15, 2022

CHATT Foundation - Holly Reeve

Holly Reeve is the Director of Development for The CHATT Foundation.  When it comes to meeting the needs of our neighbors experiencing homelessness, Holly shares why she is optimistic about the process. She is firm in her belief we can actually turn the tide in the local fight against homelessness because of the partnerships that have developed in the community. The Thanksgiving Food Drive is Thursday, November 17th at AT&T Field. CLICK HERE for more information

The Science Behind an Attitude of Gratitude

Joannie DeBrito is a licensed mental health professional and frequent contributor with Focus on the Family. Joanie shares how practicing an attitude of gratitude is proven to positively impact your brain and mindset. Researchers have found that expressing gratitude has many health benefits as well. Gratitude can make us feel happier and better about ourselves, improve energy levels, help us cope with our problems, and even decrease stress, anxiety, and depression. 


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Mornings with Tom and Tabi

Mornings with Tom and Tabi helps start your day with spiritual encouragement, fresh conversation on current topics, and Christ-centered music. Join Tom McElligott and Tabi Upton for traffic updates, weather, community events, interviews, and features, as well as opportunities to join the conversation!