Praying to Understand God's Sacrifice
 

Let's Pray / April 17, 2019

A time for remembering the death and resurrection of Jesus for victory over sin. What does the holiday really mean? Tune to Let's Pray for a closer look at God's sacrifice on the cross and how it impacts our lives.

 
Episode for July 29, 2020
 

Bible HelpDesk / July 29, 2020

Saved by grace but judged by our works? What does it mean to be born again? Did Jesus know it was Satan who was tempting Him? What does it mean to be crucified with Christ?

 
The Fellowship of the Community | Episode 3
 

Cross Connection / February 03, 2017

As the new community grew in Acts 2, their mindset and lifestyle changed. Oleg and Sergio discuss how a community filled with the Holy Spirit should live.

 
Praying for Refugees Around the World
 

Let's Pray / June 12, 2019

Did you know that nearly 70 million people around the world were displaced last year? Men, women, and children are forced to leave their homes to flee conflict and persecution every day, and millions of theses families end up in refugee camps. We’ll be praying for them and learning how ADRA, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency is helping them in different parts of the world.

 
Creation Q & A (1st Qtr 2013)
 

Hope Sabbath School / April 20, 2013

Dr. Tim Standish answers the question: Why does science try to explain away the supernatural?

 
Learning Difficulties
 

Go Healthy For Good! / October 05, 2017

Does your brain work perfectly or do you have some difficulty to understand abstract concepts? If so, you don’t want to miss the episode.

 
Five Myths About Mental Health
 

Real Family Talk / November 10, 2019

How to sustain good mental health, and some of the myths around depression.

 
Medical School is Changing
 

Go Healthy For Good! / February 18, 2016

80% of the chronic diseases affecting those of us living in developed countries are a consequence of lifestyle choices. Yet, doctors of today are training in prescribing drug medications. If lifestyle change isn't happening, who's to blame?