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InVerse / 1533 VIEWS

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Prescription for a Prosperous Soul
 

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We all dread and avoid financial ruin. But, are we as careful to steer clear of spiritual bankruptcy? Dr. Barry Black gives us a prescription to stay spiritually prosperous.

 
Managing Conflict in Relationships
 

Real Family Talk / 1520 VIEWS

While the internet is a great tool for communication, is it a good place to resolve your relationship issues? Join Willie and Elaine as they focus on the how, when and where of managing conflicts in a relationship.

 
Nutritional Nuances
 

Go Healthy For Good! / 1517 VIEWS

Every time we look at a magazine, we're bombarded with contradicting health information, or another health fad that begs belief. So how do you tell what's fact? And what's fiction? Don’t miss this episode!

 
We Don't Understand
 

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Tearing Down Walls
 

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Join Dr. Barry Black as he helps us to tear down spiritual walls and bring us closer together in unity.

 
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Cross Connection / 1511 VIEWS

 
The Righteousness of God
 

Table Talk / 1506 VIEWS

A mere theological explanation of God does not win hearts. It’s His character and the tangible change that He produces in our lives that attracts other people to Him. Watch now and join Jeffrey Rosario, David Asscherick, Ty Gibson, and James Rafferty as they share their testimonies of what God has done in their lives and the biblical promises of what God can do for us. What’s God’s character like? What is the God of Abraham, Issac and Jacob code for? Can God really free us from our addictions? Bring a Bible and listen in. Let yourself dare to think.

 
Visual Acuity & LASIK
 

Go Healthy For Good! / 1501 VIEWS

In 2012 there were 246 million people in the world with low vision, and almost half of them had uncorrected refractive errors. Which means they were near sighted, far sighted, had presbyopia, and/or astigmatism. Learn more about your options!