Growing Great Kids
 

Real Family Talk / October 27, 2013

In a recent survey, 1,500 children were asked, “What makes families happy?” Over 90% gave the same answer. It wasn’t a big house or lots of money. What was it?

 
The Good Shepherd - Episode 15
 

Cross Connection / April 30, 2013

Christians talk about salvation. But, what does it all mean? What do I need to be saved from? Jesus once said, I am the door, if anyone enters by Me, they will be saved. But, is Jesus the only door? Join the CC team as we examine John 10.

 
06 The Marks of a Steward
 

InVerse / February 04, 2018

Learn about faithfulness, loyalty, conscience, obedience, trust, and accountability.

 
The Brain: Sensory Preferences
 

Go Healthy For Good! / December 02, 2013

Brain-function researcher and educator, Dr. Arlene Taylor Ph.D., explains how sensory preference affects interpersonal interactions.

 
Shopaholics
 

Unhooked / April 10, 2014

"I want this. I must have this." Before long, a shopaholic is surrounded by purchases they never needed. In this episode, experts discuss the addictive behavior of shopaholics and their need to get more. Guest Expert: Dr. Calvin Thomsen

 
Educating for Life
 

Stupid Money / March 18, 2019

 
Bodybuilding
 

Go Healthy For Good! / January 09, 2013

Is there such a thing as "healthy muscle building"? How do we keep our muscles in top shape? What constitutes good muscle food? We want to give you the sound, accurate information, watch!

 
Back Pain
 

Go Healthy For Good! / May 07, 2015

Any one of us can develop it, even children and teens. And many things can be blamed - from physical to psychological factors. However, the good news is that back pain usually resolves without too much ado. How do you tell if it's serious?

 
Managing Relapse
 

Unhooked / May 12, 2013

Some say relapse is part of recovery. Yet it matters not how many times one falls but how many times one gets up. In this episode of Unhooked, the topic of managing relapse is discussed, along with positive ways to help the addict through relapse.