Family Network
 

Revival for Mission / November 29, 2019

World champion Kenyan runners train in groups and operate like a family. They stress family loyalty and giving back to the community as core values. Abel Kirai is a two-time world marathon champion who took home a silver medal for Kenya at the London Olympics in 2012. He gives God the credit for his win is grateful to his mother, who took him to church on Sabbaths.

 
Delighting in the Almighty
 

Revival for Mission / October 18, 2019

Is it possible to be a Christian and yet not have a vibrant relationship with God? In this episode Michael Dant shares how surrender is the key to mission.

 
LP: John Boston | Far from Home
 

Let's Pray / March 10, 2017

Every 3 seconds someone becomes a refugee because they are forced to leave their home. One pastor was determined to help. John Boston tells us about his trip to Lebanon where he showed compassion to Syrian refugees in that region.

 
My Help
 

Let's Pray / February 05, 2020

Knowing where to go for help can make all the difference between defeat and victory. Today we’ll explore Who our real help is!

 
For Jews and Gentiles | Episode 14
 

Cross Connection / April 21, 2017

In Acts 11, Peter was recently given a vision about the Gospel being for everyone. A community is transformed as they follow the Holy Spirit’s agenda.

 
Preparing for the Promise
 

Let's Pray / May 06, 2020

Have you ever waited on a gift for which you were very excited? On this episode, we’ll talk about what to do while we wait, in anticipation for something good.

 
Grace, Thankfulness, and Equality: Christ’s Paradoxical Principles of Happiness - Dr. Thomas Luttrell
 

Hope at Home / May 16, 2020

Learn about three of Christ’s Paradoxical Principles of Happiness: Grace, Thankfulness, and Equality

 
2017 Week of Prayer Monday
 

March 20, 2017

Speaker: Dr. Larry Lichtenwalter Topic:“Revelation in Our Boot” Theme:“Everyday Apocalypse: Revelation’s Christ for Our Every Day.”

 
LP: S8E03 | Let's Meet Each Other's Needs
 

Let's Pray / February 28, 2018

Do you love your neighbor as yourself? Do you believe in equality for all regardless of faith, gender, or ethnicity?