Domestic Violence
 

Go Healthy For Good! / December 05, 2012

Based on reports from 10 countries, up to 95% of women who have been physically abused by their partners, have never sought help from non-governmental organizations, shelters or the police. However, it's not too late, help is available! Watch.

 
Alcohol
 

Go Healthy For Good! / November 15, 2012

Alcohol is the number one drug of choice for teenagers. Alcohol-related car accidents are the number one killer of teenagers in the United States. Alcohol is the number one drug problem in America, and it doesn't stop there. Stay with us.

 
Depression
 

Go Healthy For Good! / November 06, 2012

Clinical depression is a mood disorder in which feelings of sadness, loss, anger, or frustration interfere with everyday life for weeks or more. 1 in 10 americans currently have clinical depression, and this number is rising.

 
Creation Q & A (1st Qtr 2013)
 

Hope Sabbath School / February 20, 2013

Dr. Tim Standish answers the question: What can nature teach us about pairs?

 
2017 Week of Prayer Thursday
 

March 23, 2017

Speaker: Dr. Larry Lichtenwalter Topic:“The Healing of the Nations” Theme:“Everyday Apocalypse: Revelation’s Christ for Our Every Day.”

 
The Middleman
 

Hope Talks with Lonnie Melashenko / January 02, 2021

 
Epigenetics III
 

Go Healthy For Good! / April 25, 2013

Epigenetics is at the epicenter of modern medicine. You are born with your genes. You're exposed to your environment. And then you age. How these factors interact to cause disease, is the study of Epigenetics. Watch and take control!

 
Infant Nutrition
 

Go Healthy For Good! / January 10, 2013

Newborn babies need special care and high quality nourishment. While infant formulas are designed to mimic the nutritional components of breast milk, they can never duplicate the array of essential nutrients and benefits of human breast milk. Watch.

 
Stress in Workplace
 

Go Healthy For Good! / December 10, 2012

"Layoffs" and "budget cuts" have become bywords in the workplace, and the result? Less stability, more fear, and higher levels of stress. There's no better time to learn new and healthy ways of coping with the pressure.