Keep Your Mind Healthy During Crisis - Dr. Torben Bergland
 

Hope at Home / March 28, 2020

Watch now as psychiatrist Dr. Torben Bergland shares how to keep your mind healthy, even during a global crisis.

 
Afternoon Seminar
 

Celebration of Hope / November 16, 2019

The Sabbath afternoon program at Celebration of Hope continues with Dr. Katia Reinert and Pastor Dwight Nelson.

 
The Bread of Life - Episode 10
 

Cross Connection / March 26, 2013

Jesus said, unless you devour my flesh and drink my blood, you have no life in you. This is how desperately Jesus wants to be a part of our lives. So, what does it really mean to consume Jesus today? Join CC team as we dive into the words of Jesus.

 
The Jesus of the Gospels, Part 2
 

Table Talk / December 04, 2013

Too often we skip over the life of Jesus and jump right to his death, burial, and resurrection. But his life is full of lessons that we can benefit from. Press the play button to join the unscripted conversation with Jeffrey Rosario, David Asscherick, Ty Gibson, and James Rafferty as they unravel the beautiful parallels between the Old Testament and the life of Jesus. Bring a Bible and listen in. Let yourself dare to think.

 
Longevity and Exercise
 

Go Healthy For Good! / May 08, 2014

Starting an exercise program may sound somewhat daunting. However, with a little juggling of schedules and regular reminders to yourself of the benefits, you'll soon be on your way to prolonging you life! Watch this amazing episode!

 
The Beginning of the Good News - Episode 1
 

Cross Connection / January 14, 2014

The season premiere of Cross Connection begins with an all-new gospel - The Gospel of Mark.

 
Diabetes Complications
 

Go Healthy For Good! / April 09, 2015

Having lots of sugar in your blood can really do a number on your blood vessels. Symptoms start with small blood vessels first, like those supplying your eyes, kidneys, and feet. To keep those sugars down? Don't miss this episode!

 
The Power of Love
 

Revival for Mission / December 25, 2020

Michael Sokupa grew up under apartheid in South Africa. Under the law, he was relegated to the lowest class of society simply because of his skin color. Nevertheless, God showed him his true worth through kindness in unexpected places and eventually the wall of separation “came tumbling down.”