Multiple Sclerosis
 

Go Healthy For Good! / September 14, 2015

Every hour of every day, one American is diagnosed with a lifelong, chronic disease called multiple sclerosis. This disease is unpredictable and affects primarily young adults. So what causes it? What are the treatment options? Stay Tuned!

 
Lifestyle Change for Your Personality
 

Go Healthy For Good! / April 28, 2016

Achieving or maintaining health goals can be a struggle. We know what we should do, we might even try it, but we often don't sustain good habits. Well, you're not alone. On this episode, we’ll share some practical tips for you to achieve those goals.

 
Brahms Second Symphony
 

Cliff! / August 07, 2018

 
Tremors, Tics, & Movement Disorder
 

Go Healthy For Good! / October 20, 2016

Disorders of movement are relatively common, though we don't really talk much about them. Whether it’s a tremor or tic, restless leg syndrome, or a more severe condition known as dystonia. Discover what can be done to treat these conditions!

 
Get Out
 

Table Talk / October 16, 2013

God calls Abraham to not only leave a geographic location but leads him on a journey that shifts his theological paradigm in order to uproot his misconceptions about God. Watch now and trace the paths of logic that Jeffrey Rosario, David Asscherick, Ty Gibson, and James Rafferty use as they explore the post-flood misconceptions as recorded in the Bible. Why did Cain kill his brother? How do misconceptions from God form? What are the differences between Abraham and the Tower of Babel? Bring a Bible and listen in. Let yourself dare to think.

 
Questions from Singles
 

Real Family Talk / October 15, 2017

Should you date online? Join Willie and Elaine as they answer questions only singles have and as they discuss with a couple who meet online the intricacies of internet dating.

 
The Case of the Unknown God | Episode 9
 

Cross Connection / November 10, 2017

 
Episode for August 19, 2020
 

Bible HelpDesk / August 19, 2020

Is 'eat, drink and be merry' in the Bible? Difference between hallowing and blessing. Cherubim vs seraphim? Where did the Jews come from? Dark end to book of Isaiah?

 
Correcting Distortions Part 2
 

Go Healthy For Good! / April 14, 2016

People with high emotional intelligence quotient or EQ are able to adapt to change and to those around them, they are steady and dependable, and they are open to constructive criticism, innovation, & new ideas. Find out how you can be that way!