The Game of Exclusion
 

Higher Ground / 30 LIKES

Dr. Barry Black shows us how to avoid the exclusion game, and to live our lives according to God’s plan.

 
Revelation 2 - Episode 14
 

Disclosure / 30 LIKES

Revelation 2 addresses various churches, but the messages are just as relevant today.

 
Go Healthy... For Good! Divorce Recovery
 

Go Healthy For Good! / 30 LIKES

Divorce can be devastating and recovery difficult. There are no "magical" solutions for divorce. But we're going to look into answers, things you can do to ease the process of getting back on your feet and regain control of your life.

 
Out in Nature
 

Go Healthy For Good! / 30 LIKES

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.

 
Cardiovascular Health
 

Go Healthy For Good! / 30 LIKES

Over the past 4 decades, numerous scientific reports have examined the relationship between physical activity, physical fitness, and cardiovascular health. Stay with us to review these facts and know how to protect your heart!

 
Dorcas: A Life Filled with Acts of Kindness- Episode 11
 

StoryLine / 30 LIKES

She quietly lived a life of faith off of the radar until her death thrust her into it.

 
Coughs and Colds
 

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The 2012-13 flu season got off to an unusually early start when the flu started spreading rapidly in late November and early December. It is already the worst seasonal flu we have seen in almost a decade! We'll show you very good treatment options.

 
Competition in Marriage
 

Real Family Talk / 30 LIKES

Are you and your spouse in an Olympic competition more so than in a marriage? Willie and Elaine Oliver discuss rivalry in marriage and how it plays out in today’s marriages.

 
Depression Series - 1
 

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The World Health Organization estimates 350 million people globally suffer from depression. The number is growing. By 2030, it will be the No. 1 global disease burden, surpassing heart disease and cancer. The good news? It can be prevented. Watch.