The Incarnation
 

Table Talk / September 18, 2013

For God to come down to earth as a human and give up his life for us on the cross is the paramount demonstration of his covenant faithfulness. Watch now to join the conversation with Jeffrey Rosario, David Asscherick, Ty Gibson, and James Rafferty as they wrestle to understand the disproportionate love of God to save us. Who is God? How did He become human? What is true humility? What is the real beauty of godliness? Bring a Bible and listen in. Let yourself dare to think.

 
Dealing with Loss - Dr. Ann Hamel
 

Hope at Home / April 11, 2020

 
God and Healing
 

Higher Ground / November 25, 2011

God wants His people to experience health and healing.

 
Afternoon Seminar
 

Celebration of Hope / October 19, 2019

Celebration of Hope continues Sabbath afternoon with presenters Dr. Jared Wood and Oleg Kostyuk.

 
3 Ways to Manage Differences
 

Real Family Talk / October 18, 2015

How do we mange our differences? How do we grow in God? Join Willie and Elaine as they accentuate the need to live with the reality of imperfection and to facilitate God's ideal for growth and happiness.

 
Endometriosis
 

Go Healthy For Good! / October 10, 2013

One in 10 women have a condition called endometriosis. Its common, yet mysterious. With serious and disabling symptoms there can be little apparent disease or severe distortion of the reproductive organs and few or no symptoms. Watch for solutions.

 
Feeding the Crowd and Walking on the Sea - Episode 9
 

Cross Connection / March 19, 2013

Do you remember the darkest time of your life? When suddenly the wind gets up and the sea becomes rough. But if you listen, through the roar of the waves and the wind, you may hear the voice that says, I am with you - don't be afraid.

 
A Renewed Start
 

Let's Pray / January 15, 2020

During today’s episode we will be exploring “a renewed start” imagine, we are already new and complete. What we may need this new year, or decade, is simply a renewed start.

 
Mental Health
 

Real Family Talk / February 14, 2021

A close look into the dramatic increase in depression as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.