Parenting Children for Healthy Interracial Relationships - Elaine and Willie Oliver
 

Hope at Home / June 13, 2020

The traumatic events of the last few weeks in the United States have dominated conversations in our homes and public spaces around the world. As Christian parents we have the responsibility and opportunity to teach our children how to appreciate the beautiful diversity of all God’s children.

 
Episode for July 1, 2020
 

Bible HelpDesk / July 01, 2020

Should personal prayer be silent? Are we to avoid non-believers? Did the thief on the cross enter heaven? The seven spirits of God. Becoming a sinner. Rest in peace?

 
02 Goal of Discipleship
 

InVerse / July 06, 2020

 
Exercise plan for the return to the office - Jason Aragon
 

Hope at Home / June 27, 2020

Jason will talk about the importance of having an exercise plan and will teach us how to exercise in the office.

 
Episode for July 15, 2020
 

Bible HelpDesk / July 15, 2020

Why did Jesus say to let the dead bury the dead? Was work ordained or a result of sin? Who are the virgins of Revelation 14? Which day is the Sabbath? Is Moses in heaven?

 
Make Your Voice Heard In Heaven - Part 3
 

Let's Pray / July 15, 2020

How can we apply the Word of God today in current scenarios and circumstances? His Word is timeless and relevant to all ages. Join us and find how you can relate God’s Word to your life. We are continuing our inspiring conversations with Chaplain Barry Black and learning about his insights into a deeper connection to the Lord.

 
Recommended links - Hope at Home
 

Hope at Home / July 11, 2020

In this page you can watch again the videos we show today in Hope at Home. Enjoy!

 
The Mystery of the Parables (Part 2) - Episode 19
 

Cross Connection / May 15, 2012

Why doesn't God end evil? The answer may not be as straight-forward as we would like it to be, but the answer is in Jesus' parables.

 
The Mystery of the Parables (Part 1) - Episode 18
 

Cross Connection / May 09, 2012

You will never look at a seed, or Christ's parables, the same way again.