Author, speaker and chaplain Ginger Sanders appears as a guest this week on the popular radio show, Family Talk with Dr. James Dobson. In the interview, co-host Dr. Meg Meeker interviews  Sanders about the stories behind her book, He Goes Before Us, which highlights her work as a Billy Graham Rapid Response Chaplain.  Fans can listen to the program through multiple media outlets, including the Family Talk App, a podcast, or a local station. A list of local stations is online at: drjamesdobson.org. Fans can access the program featuring Ginger Sanders at drjamesdobson.org/Broadcasts.

Sanders is no stranger to tragedy. Having been on the scene just hours after such horrific events as the Sandy Hook Elementary and Aurora Theater shootings, in addition to a multitude of catastrophic natural and man-made disasters, she recognizes that suffering is no respecter of persons.

While she acknowledges that bad things happen to good people, she has also seen lives changed and souls saved through God’s amazing grace, even in the midst of unimaginable grief.

“Earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, fires, and man-made disasters…it is not a pleasant thing to contemplate, but it is nonetheless a universal truth, an incomprehensible paradox,” she acknowledges. “The human condition is frail, but God is bursting with life! Through all this pain and grief, God allows us to be His hands and feet, offering those who are suffering the love of Jesus through the power and strength of God.” Sanders’ latest book is Fireflies. To learn more about Sanders, He Goes Before Us and Fireflies, visit gingersanders.com.

About Ginger Sanders and He Goes Before Us:
Author, speaker and teacher Ginger Sanders and her husband Denny trained and served as chaplains with the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association following their retirement from successful careers; hers in finance and his in law enforcement. As Chaplain Coordinators, they are on call in case of disasters, natural and man-made, to give emotional and spiritual care. Ginger is the author of several books, including He Goes Before Us and the children’s book, Round Eyes, an adopted child’s view of love. To learn more about Ginger Sanders and He Goes Before Us, visit gingersanders.com.

About Family Talk:
On Family Talk with Dr. James Dobson, Dr. Dobson provides sound biblical advice on Christian marriages, families and parenting with co-hosts Ryan Dobson and best-selling author and renowned pediatrician, Dr. Meg Meeker. The goal of the show is to help preserve and promote the institution of the family and the biblical principles on which it is based, and to seek to introduce people to the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Family Talk is a Christian non-profit organization located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Founded in 2010 by Dr. James Dobson, the ministry promotes and teaches biblical principles that support marriage, family, and child-development. Since its inception, Family Talk has served millions of families with broadcasts, monthly newsletters, feature articles, videos, blogs, books and other resources available on demand via its website, mobile apps, and social media platforms.

Aired on more than 1,200 radio and online outlets, Family Talk is broadcast coast-to-coast in the United States and is heard all over the world online.

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