Faith for Living, a new Bible study series with Dr. Michael Milton, the chancellor/CEO elect of Reformed Theological Seminary, will air on the NRB Network each week on Direct TV channel 378 on Mondays at 8:30a.m., Thursdays at 3:30a.m. and Fridays at 7:30a.m., beginning January 3rd.
Sky Angel will carry the program on channel 126. You can also watch the program online at FaithForLivingTV.com.
For 2011, the series is titled “A Doxology in the Darkness: How God Transforms our Pain into Praise.” Dr. Milton invites you to tune in by TV, radio or online to learn about what could also rightly be called a Christian response to suffering.
The Faith for Living radio program currently airs on WHVN, 1240 AM and 104.3 FM, in Charlotte, NC at 10:00a.m. and 9:30p.m. on Sundays. It also airs in several areas of South Florida: In the Broward, Miami-Dade, Palm Beach, Fla area, it airs on WAFG-FM 90.3 at 7:30p.m., on Sundays. In the Key West area, it airs on WKZG-FM 88.3 in Key West and WKGZ 106.9 in Marathon, Fla on Sundays at 7:30p.m.
Dr. Michael A. Milton has been the president of RTS/Charlotte and the James M. Baird Jr. chair of pastoral theology since 2007 and has recently been elected chancellor/CEO of Reformed Theological Seminary beginning 2012. He was previously the pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Chattanooga, Tenn., for six years, has planted two churches and founded Westminster Academy Christian School in Overland Park, Kansas. He has also previously served as the interim president and adjunct professor in practical theology at Knox Theological Seminary.
Dr. Milton has authored ten books and recorded 3 albums (the third is awaiting release). His latest book, Doxology in the Darkness: How God Transforms Our Pain to Praise (P&R) is due fall, 2011. Dr. Milton served 16 years in the business world (Dow Chemical and Ashland Chemical) and was also a top secret Navy linguist (Albanian) and currently holds a commission in the U.S. Army Reserves as a chaplain teaching regularly at the Chaplains School.
Lyn Perez is the Director of Communications for RTS and is based in Orlando.