No Condemnation
 

Transformed / August 15, 2021

God does not forgive us just halfway. There is no condemnation for previous sins. It is a fresh start. A new beginning. A transformation.

 
Fully Giving Oneself to God's Service
 

Revival for Mission / April 10, 2020

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.

 
The Power of Love
 

Revival for Mission / December 25, 2020

Michael Sokupa grew up under apartheid in South Africa. Under the law, he was relegated to the lowest class of society simply because of his skin color. Nevertheless, God showed him his true worth through kindness in unexpected places and eventually the wall of separation “came tumbling down.”

 
The Transforming Power of Good News
 

Transformed / September 26, 2021

You cannot tell others about hope unless you have hope. Meet three women with different stories but the same passion to tell others about God who can change lives.

 
13 We Are Family
 

InVerse / March 22, 2021

What makes a family a family?

 
Listening to God’s voice
 

Revival for Mission / May 01, 2020

Although it is the best-selling book of all time, the Bible often sits on a shelf, unread. Join us as Nina Atcheson shares how we can have a life filled with meaning and purpose as we bask in the Word of God.

 
Students Helping to Create A Better World
 

Revival for Mission / April 15, 2021

Encouraging students to make a difference in their world, Michelle Doucoumes and her students are partnering with their community to help bring sight to those they have never seen on the other side of the world. In addition, through the Enactus program, students are learning how to “build entrepreneurial businesses that create sustainable solutions" as well as strengthen their faith and mission.

 
05 Career or Calling?
 

InVerse / April 27, 2020

 
08 Marriage
 

InVerse / May 18, 2020

We were not created for sexual fulfillment, but to expand the kingdom of God.