Praying for Peace
 

Let's Pray / 1518 VIEWS

This week on Let's Pray Let’s Pray, we’ll be Praying for Peace, and will remember the legacy and the prayer life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as well as his contributions to society.

 
LP: Victory Day | A Personal God
 

Let's Pray / 1517 VIEWS

Is the God we serve personally involved in our lives? We'll explore that question on this victory day episode of Let's Pray!

 
Tearing Down Walls
 

Higher Ground / 1515 VIEWS

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

 
LP: S8E02 | Let's Hope
 

Let's Pray / 1515 VIEWS

In a world filled with worry and despair, how do we hold onto hope? Season and Mario discuss this along with your prayers and praises at 877-7LETSPRAY (877-753-8777).

 
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.

 
What do we learn from COVID-19 in our metal health - Dr. Torben Bergland
 

Hope at Home / 1494 VIEWS

Together with Dr. Torben Bergland we will remember what we learn during this pandemic in the mental dimension or our life.

 
Overeating
 

Unhooked / 1486 VIEWS

In a society where a "Super Size Me' mentality are often the norm, there's a thin line between eating just enough and too much. Eating may not be about staying healthy but finding comfort. Guest Experts: Laurelle Warner & Barbara Dickinson

 
LP: Jonathan Moore | Moore Than Life
 

Let's Pray / 1484 VIEWS

At the age of 19, he was facing a life sentence in prison. Today, he lives as a free man. Find out why Jonathan Moore believes God redeemed the time that he spent serving time.