The Unanswered Prayer of Jesus - Episode 22
 

Cross Connection / 665 VIEWS

What if I told you that Jesus prayed a prayer that has still not been answered? Join us as we take a closer look at the prayer of Jesus hours before the crucifixion.

 
Repeating God’s Promise in Prayer
 

Let's Pray / 665 VIEWS

Knowing we can trust someone’s “word” means we can rely on it, lean on it, and believe it will be done as they said. How much more can we be assured that God's Word is infallible and trustworthy?

 
Your Questions Answered-Technology and the Family
 

Real Family Talk / 663 VIEWS

Willie and Elaine Oliver answer questions about technology use and its impact on the family.

 
Alzheimer's Disease
 

Go Healthy For Good! / 659 VIEWS

One in three seniors dies with Alzheimer’s or another dementia in the United States. Alzheimer’s deaths continue to rise increasing 68 percent from 2000-2010. Is there anything you can do to prevent it? Please watch.

 
End Dieting
 

Go Healthy For Good! / 656 VIEWS

The U.S. has a poorer health status and lower life expectancy than other countries, despite spending the most money on health care. What's going on? And how can we stem the tide of chronic disease? Don't miss this episode!

 
Thanksgiving
 

Go Healthy For Good! / 655 VIEWS

In this Thanksgiving season, let's see if gratitude can be another tool to achieve better health and wellness. And if it is, should we be giving thanks more than once a year?

 
Rahab: A life-changing decision- Episode 10
 

StoryLine / 654 VIEWS

Meet a woman who made a split-second decision that would competely change not only her life, but affect her family for generations to come.

 
Five Good Reasons Why There is Suffering, Part 2
 

Five Good Reasons / 654 VIEWS

What about the question of suffering? How could a good God let it happen? Explore part 2 of the fascinating answer with Pr. Asscherick.

 
LP: Leila Vallado | Autism Awareness
 

Let's Pray / 652 VIEWS

Leila Vallado joins Let's Pray! to share how she struggled to help her daughter reach her full potential, despite living with autism.