The Power of Protest
 

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The act of political protest has toppled authoritarian regimes and launched important social movements. But sometimes, protests turn violent. We dig deeper into these issues and explore how we can decide if and when to engage in protest.

 
Art Is for the Living, Not The Dying
 

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Christopher Hitchens was one of the world’s most renowned intellectuals. He was also an atheist. He wrote extensively about human life with no God, and how everything humans can obtain they can do without a higher power. At the time of his death, however, he continued writing, but Cliff shows how the tenor of his arguments changed.

 
Wherever Needed Most
 

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Olen and Danae dreamed of becoming missionary doctors. After graduating from medical school, they decided to serve where most needed—and ended up at Béré Adventist Hospital in Chad. Working under the most challenging of situations, the Netteburgs face life and death situations every day, saving as many lives as possible and bringing hope and healing to thousands.

 
New Beginnings: The Woman Caught In Adultery
 

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Is it ever too late to start afresh?

 
Faith in the Workplace
 

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We don’t leave our faith behind us when we go to work each day. But sometimes accommodating religious practice and belief on the job can be challenging. We explore our rights and responsibilities when it comes to faith in the workplace.

 
The Cost of Love
 

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Technology has brought changes to our daily lives. We are now able to perform amazing things, feats unimaginable 15 years ago. Despite the advancements, there is something technology will never be able to replicate – human emotions. Some argue, however, that robots can imitate all forms of human feelings, but Cliff shares deeper thoughts on the matter.

 
A Heart for Mission
 

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Brad Mills and his family criss-crossed the jungles of the Amazon on a small boat for 13 years, serving the people of the river in Northwest Brazil through much-needed medical services and more as they ministered and reached many hearts for Jesus. In this episode, Brad shares some of his amazing experiences from this fascinating region of the world.

 
Who Is My Neighbor: The Story of the Good Samaritan
 

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What is my responsibility to those around me?

 
Can the Government Really Do That? Covid Restrictions on Worship
 

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As governments around the world closed houses of worship in response to Covid-19, many people began to ask: How far can governments legitimately restrict my religious practice? We dig deep into questions about how robust our religious freedoms really are.