Gaming for Good
 

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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.

 
How Much Should All Have to Give?
 

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Now I See: Jesus Heals A Blind Man
 

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What are you blind to?

 
Nation-Building for God?
 

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What happens when faith becomes closely linked with patriotism or political loyalty? We take a closer look at the phenomenon known as Christian nationalism and explore its dangerous impact in the political life of nations around the world.

 
The Physics of Love
 

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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.

 
Growing Faith
 

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James and his college friends were into a fast life of concerts, drugs, alcohol and more. Things changed dramatically when James ended up on an organic farm in Italy. Later, James accepted Bible truth and was baptized, much to the consternation of his parents. In spite of pressure, he remained faithful and today is the director of LIGHT ministry, teaching people to reach others through God’s methods.

 
Sharing What You Have: Feeding of the 5000
 

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How can I make a difference with so little?

 
The Power of Protest
 

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The act of political protest has toppled authoritarian regimes and launched important social movements. But sometimes, protests turn violent. We dig deeper into these issues and explore how we can decide if and when to engage in protest.

 
Art Is for the Living, Not The Dying
 

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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.