David Welday gives advice to aspiring authors

Also, interviews with Doug Stroup, Brad Hopp, and Greg Snyder.

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  • Mike Gilland interviews David Welday, who gives advice to aspiring authors.

  • Doug Stroup and Brad Hopp discuss actions being taken against sex trafficking on Afternoons with Mike.

  • Mark Goldstein talks to Greg Snyder on “rewirement” on The Shepherd at Work

  • Shepherd Profile: “Living on the Edge” with Chip Ingram.

Afternoons with Mikee

Publisher at HigherLife Publishing and Marketing, David Welday

David Welday moved from Chicago to Florida in the early 1980s where he began a career as the Marketing Director for Charisma Media. He served for twenty years at Charisma before he founded HigherLife Publications and Marketing. Since then, David has helped hundreds of authors fulfill their dreams of being published. David joins Mike to talk about the process of becoming an author and the difference between being an author and a writer.

David Welday

Director of "Trafficked," Doug Stroup, and CEO of Teshuah Tea Company, Bradley Hopp

Doug Stroup is an actor, director, and movie producer. His new movie, "Trafficked," tells the story of a 13-year-old girl testifying at trial after she was rescued from the sex trafficking ring. The film has received multiple awards from film festivals. Doug talks about the importance of "Trafficked," and why the subject of sex trafficking needs more exposure in media. Mike is also joined by Brad Hopp, the CEO of Teshuah Tea Company. Brad talks about Teshuah's mission of helping free women in the sex trade in Asia and how Teshuah helps to set the women up for success.

Brad Hopp (left) and Doug Stroup (right)

The Shepherd At Work

Executive Committee Member of SAFE of Central FL, Greg Snyder.

Greg Snyder worked for over 40 years with Siemens Energy. Instead of retiring, he "rewired," inspired to use his gifts for God's glory. Now, he serves with SAFE of Central FL, Peace of Peace a boarding school for girls in Guatemala, and the African Windmill Project which is dedicated to bringing food and water sustainability to Malawi farmers. Greg shares his story about "rewirement" and encourages others to consider it when they are close to retiring.

Mark Goldstein (left) and Greg Snyder (right)

Living on the Edge”

Host of “Living on the Edge,” Chip Ingram.

“Living on the Edge” was created in 1995 as the radio ministry of pastor and author Chip Ingram. Pastor Ingram has worked in ministry for over 35 years. His vision for “Living on the Edge” is to equip Christians with Biblical teaching and discipleship resources. The ministry, “Living on the Edge” broadcasts internationally and can be heard on The Shepherd’s stations every Monday through Friday at 6:30 a.m.