Love, Freedom, Risk
 

Table Talk / August 14, 2013

At the end of the day, when our hearts ache, our tears roll, and the scars hide everything but the pain, we don’t need fancy words, explanations or philosophies. We need to know that we can trust God with all our hearts in this cosmic war. What is the right way to process our suffering? How is God really Love? Join Jeffrey Rosario, David Asscherick, Ty Gibson, and James Rafferty as they explore how true love requires freedom and risks. Bring a Bible and listen in. Let yourself dare to think.

 
Daniel: Uncompromising Integrity
 

Hope at Home / December 27, 2020

Does the choice to take care of your mind and body make a difference?

 
Family Impact
 

Unhooked / April 10, 2014

Addictions do not just affect one person. These unhealthy behaviors often become a tangled web of emotions and situations. Family members and friends are affected and the role they play could determine the addict's success in recovery.

 
The three challenges - Pr. Gary Blanchard
 

Hope at Home / July 11, 2020

 
Diabetes Complications
 

Go Healthy For Good! / April 09, 2015

Having lots of sugar in your blood can really do a number on your blood vessels. Symptoms start with small blood vessels first, like those supplying your eyes, kidneys, and feet. To keep those sugars down? Don't miss this episode!

 
Episode for October 16, 2019
 

Bible HelpDesk / October 16, 2019

Why does God say to love our enemies? Does God send evil spirits and harden hearts? What does Paul mean, "away from the body"? Can I learn to speak in tongues?

 
Protein Myth
 

Go Healthy For Good! / February 23, 2017

Revolutionize your understanding of protein. Discover the amount of protein you should eat, and the best high protein foods for your body.

 
Episode for February 10, 2021
 

Bible HelpDesk / February 10, 2021

Sex outside marriage-can God forgive? Unborn children in heaven? Were Adam & Eve already in God’s kingdom? Did God make men taller/stronger to dominate women? Salvation-obedience needed or Jesus sufficient?