Annual Council 2015 : Tuesday PM Devotional
 

454 VIEWS

Annual Council 2015 Tuesday Afternoon Devotional speaker: Dr. Neil Nedley

 
From Trauma to Healing
 

Revival for Mission / 453 VIEWS

How does one survive and even thrive after experiencing unbelievable trauma? In this episode Melissa DePaiva Gibson shares how God was with her through the worst and is working through her to bless others today.

 
Episode for April 29, 2020
 

Bible HelpDesk / 453 VIEWS

Second chance after death? How does God give hope? Living together without marriage? Male headship for ungodly husband? Why a bronze serpent? Mansion in heaven?

 
The Good Shepherd - Episode 15
 

Cross Connection / 452 VIEWS

Christians talk about salvation. But, what does it all mean? What do I need to be saved from? Jesus once said, I am the door, if anyone enters by Me, they will be saved. But, is Jesus the only door? Join the CC team as we examine John 10.

 
Nutrition Controversies
 

Go Healthy For Good! / 452 VIEWS

So, what's the best weight loss diet? And how much protein do you need if you're working out every day? On today's episode, we've got the answers to these and many of the foodie questions you've sent in. Enjoy!

 
The Lord's Prayer Part II (Thy Kingdom Come)
 

Let's Pray / 451 VIEWS

Ever wonder if your prayer are really reaching God? Or if you are saying the right things when you pray? We’ll perhaps can answer your questions today on Let’s Pray. We’ve been learning how to pray by analyzing the Lord’s Prayer. This is our second episode on the series on learning how to pray.

 
Five Myths About Mental Health
 

Real Family Talk / 448 VIEWS

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

 
Comfort in the Valley (Part IV Psalm 23:4)
 

Let's Pray / 445 VIEWS

We all have dark valleys, past or present that’s what we’re praying for today. The Psalmist says, “I will fear no evil, for You are with me”. There’s the hope!

 
"The Sermon On The Mount: The Beatitudes" - Episode 5
 

Cross Connection / 444 VIEWS

Bible scholars know them as the "Be-attitudes," yet no words to live by could be more strange to real world people. Oleg Kostyuk makes sense of the topsy-turvy rules of living, left by a God whose rules are pure love.