On The Show Today
Nov 22 2012
TOM SULLIVAN - SullivanLive.com
Tom talks about his book, “As I See It: A Perspective on Life, Love, and Purpose”
Tom Sullivan is an actor, singer, entertainer, author, and producer. Tom's guest stints on television led to two Emmy nominations. A major motion picture was made of his life based on his autobiography, If You Could See What I Hear. Tom is now writing and producing for television and film and is an in-demand speaker. He is the author of fiction, nonfiction, and children’s books.
DAVID AND RACHEL DIGGS - GoldLabelArtists.com
David and Rachel talk about their new Christmas Album, "Shades of Chrismas"
David: David’s album Streetshadows was a top ten entry on BILLBOARD’S Jazz Album Chart for 26 weeks. David has worked on The Tonite Show and Midnite Special and the Better Homes & Gardens’ 90-minute Television special. He has produced/arranged several Grammy-nominated albums including the music for “Finally Captured” by comedian Jonathan Winters.
Rachel: Rachel creates her songs about life and love, as heard on her CD “Center of the Earth. Her song, “Hands of Time” was featured on ABC Family’s show “Pretty Little Liars” and continues to sell world-wide. She was also a finalist for American Idol and made it to the top 40.
TOM HART - ONE.org
Tom tells us how to fight world hunger and poverty this holiday season and into 2013.
Tom Hart is the Executive Director of the ONE Campaign
KIRK CAMERON - MonumentalMovie.com
Kirk talks about his movie, "Monumental," and his plans for the holidays
Kirk Cameron is a television and film actor and producer, noted recently for his work in the best-selling documentary Monumental, and the inspirational film Fireproof. He is also known for his memorable roles on ABC’s Growing Pains, the Left Behind movies, and co-host of The Way of the Master television series. Kirk spends much of his time producing new television and film projects and speaking to people around the country, teaching them how to share their faith and live out a gospel centered marriage and family. Kirk and his wife Chelsea are the founders of Camp Firefly, a camp for seriously ill children and their families. Together, they live in California with their six children.
VALERIE ELLIOT SHEPHERD - VisionForum.com
Valerie talks about her children's book, "Pilipinto's Happiness."
Valerie Elliot Shepard is the only child of Jim and Elisabeth Elliot, missionaries to the Quichua and Auca Indians (now called "Waodani," which means "the people") of the Amazon Jungle. Her father Jim, along with four other men, was speared to death in 1956 as they sought to reach the Aucas with the Gospel. After Jim's death, Elisabeth and Valerie continued to live with the Quichuas until they were invited to live with the tribe that had killed Jim. They ministered to the Aucas for two years as Elisabeth and another missionary, Rachel Saint, learned to speak the language and shared the story of Jesus with them. Many Aucas converted to Christ as a result, abandoning their savage ways. Valerie returned with her mother to the U.S. in 1963, and has been married to Walter Shepard for 36 years. Walt and Valerie have eight children together, whom they have homeschooled, and lead active lives of Christian ministry. They currently reside in Southport, North Carolina.
SAMMY KERSHAW - SammyKershaw.com
Sammy talks about his Christmas Album, "A Sammy Klaus Christmas"
Since his debut on the music scene in the early ‘90s, Sammy Kershaw has remained one of the most consistent power hitters in country music with a chain of major hit records and sell out tours. His focus is reclaiming the roots of country music and recapturing the spirit that made it great. Often referred to as the heir apparent to the legendary George Jones, Kershaw's platinum albums have included such classics as “She Don’t Know She’s Beautiful,” “I Can’t Reach Her Anymore,” “National Working Woman’s Holiday” and “Love of My Life.” Kershaw is a multi-platinum selling artist whose history includes six gold and five platinum albums that have scanned in excess of five million records.