Out in Nature
 

Go Healthy For Good! / October 18, 2012

The wonders of nature all show a skill beyond human comprehension. Yet we choose to alienate ourselves from the rest of Creation.Today you will see how vital a connection with Nature is, for health and well-being.

 
Childhood Obesity
 

Go Healthy For Good! / October 17, 2012

Childhood obesity is no laughing matter. As a matter of fact, almost 1 in 4 children and adolescents in the US is either overweight or obese. Today's show will give you effective ways to help your kids trim down.

 
Three Tricky Questions - Episode 31
 

Cross Connection / October 16, 2012

"Give back to Caesar what is Caesar's, and to God what is God's." The group takes a look at Jesus' response to three tricky questions and asks if it's wrong to turn your religious beliefs into political action.

 
Cancer Prevention
 

Go Healthy For Good! / October 16, 2012

80% of cancer is preventable by making good lifestyle choices. Today on Go Healthy for Good, discover a few simple ways to lower your risk substantially!

 
Go Healthy... For Good! Healthy Pregnancy
 

Go Healthy For Good! / October 15, 2012

Becoming a mother is one of the most exciting times in a woman's life. Go Healthy for good will help you learn what you can do before, during, and after pregnancy to give your baby a healthy start to life.

 
Nathan: Addressing A King - Episode 6
 

StoryLine / October 15, 2012

David was living with quite a secret, and God had something to say about that.

 
Go Healthy... For Good! Arthritis
 

Go Healthy For Good! / October 11, 2012

Arthritis is a painful and debilitating disease that limits the joint mobility, impairing quality of life. Up to 80% of people over 65 have the disease, though only 60% have symptoms. We are going to learn how to limit disability.

 
The Church of Sardis - Episode 5
 

Disclosure / October 11, 2012

Was Martin Luther foretold in the Bible?

 
Go Healthy... For Good! Teen Suicide
 

Go Healthy For Good! / October 10, 2012

Teen suicide is a very real issue. Since 2009, instead of falling, the rates are rising. Understanding the triggers and treating them is vital to save our youth. Prevention is possible.