Wounded
 

Table Talk / October 30, 2013

We all have wounds and scars caused by the world around us, the people in it and our own choices and sins. Watch now and follow a biblical exploration with Jeffrey Rosario, David Asscherick, Ty Gibson, and James Rafferty as they search out the Biblical definition for sin. What does God want to do for us? What is sin? What is the biblical definition of love? How does our view of God affect our relationships with others? Bring a Bible and listen in. Let yourself dare to think.

 
Creation Q & A (1st Qtr 2013)
 

Hope Sabbath School / January 02, 2013

Dr. Tim Standish answers the question: Did God use evolution to create our world?

 
Sabbath Worship
 

Celebration of Hope / December 08, 2018

Learn how Hope Channel's donors are growing and transforming lives around the world!

 
Creation Q & A (1st Qtr 2013)
 

Hope Sabbath School / January 26, 2013

Dr. Tim Standish answers the question: Do you see morality in nature?

 
God's Power to Change Lives
 

Revival for Mission / February 07, 2020

Christy felt that life wasn’t worth living and tried to kill herself--twice. Then God intervened and saved her life. Hear more of Christy’s story in this episode of Revival for Mission!

 
Five Myths About Mental Health
 

Real Family Talk / November 10, 2019

How to sustain good mental health, and some of the myths around depression.

 
Going to the Farthest Ends for God
 

Revival for Mission / April 17, 2020

Alaska is a land of incredible beauty and contrasts. Come learn what life is really like for the natives of this land and how one person can make a difference for eternity.

 
You Visited Me
 

Revival for Mission / May 22, 2020

Going behind bars is not a comfortable experience, but visiting those in prison is a ministry that must take place. In this episode we see how one person is touching the lives of many women for Christ.

 
Mental Health & Our Families
 

Real Family Talk / November 23, 2014

Did you know that one in four of the adults you greeted at church, passed on the road or met in the office could be suffering from some form of mental illness? Monique Keene-King explains how communities of faith can encourage and facilitate healing.