Gaming for Good
 

Revival for Mission / 38 VIEWS

Can any good thing come out of gaming? Some aren't so sure, but others see unusual opportunities using this very popular platform to encourage young people to learn more about the Bible through an amazing new game, Heroes II. On this episode of Revival for Mission, meet two enthusiastic young people involved with this project.

 
A Heart for Mission
 

Revival for Mission / 38 VIEWS

Brad Mills and his family criss-crossed the jungles of the Amazon on a small boat for 13 years, serving the people of the river in Northwest Brazil through much-needed medical services and more as they ministered and reached many hearts for Jesus. In this episode, Brad shares some of his amazing experiences from this fascinating region of the world.

 
Blasphemy and Free Speech
 

Global Affairs Today / 35 VIEWS

In many countries, criticizing religion or even expressing religious doubt can land you with a fine, a jail sentence, or—in some cases—the death penalty. We’re exploring the tragedy of blasphemy and apostasy laws and asking what these can teach us about learning to accept others whose beliefs are different to our own.

 
Unlikely Encounters
 

Transformed / 35 VIEWS

It is sometimes the people we meet in the most unlikely places who have a significant impact on our lives.

 
Fully Giving Oneself to God's Service
 

Revival for Mission / 34 VIEWS

Andrea Keele was willing to serve the people of Yap, even though it meant following in the footsteps of a young missionary who made the ultimate sacrifice. Join us to hear this heartwarming story of service and self-sacrifice.

 
Who Am I? A Search for Identity
 

Revival for Mission / 34 VIEWS

It wasn’t easy growing up in East Germany. When the Berlin Wall collapsed in 1989, teenage Markus decided to enjoy his new freedom in new and exciting ways that led him down some dark roads. Then one day in 1994 he found an intriguing book on his mother’s desk that changed his life course forever.

 
Art Is for the Living, Not The Dying
 

Cliff! / 33 VIEWS

Christopher Hitchens was one of the world’s most renowned intellectuals. He was also an atheist. He wrote extensively about human life with no God, and how everything humans can obtain they can do without a higher power. At the time of his death, however, he continued writing, but Cliff shows how the tenor of his arguments changed.

 
Your Questions Answered-Marriage Woes
 

Real Family Talk / 32 VIEWS

What to do to get your spouse to really listen to your conversation.

 
The Physics of Love
 

Cliff! / 24 VIEWS

For many years, the influence of the book Principia by Isaac Newton made people see the world as an ordered, coherent place that could be fully understood through science, reason, logic and mathematics, but love cannot be defined by any of those element and Cliff explains why.