LP: John Boston | Far from Home
 

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Every 3 seconds someone becomes a refugee because they are forced to leave their home. One pastor was determined to help. John Boston tells us about his trip to Lebanon where he showed compassion to Syrian refugees in that region.

 
Praying for Fitness
 

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Physical wellness plays a key role in our overall wellbeing. This week on Let’s Pray, we’ll discuss practical ways to restore or retain a good physical condition.

 
07 — Jesus and Those in Need
 

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What was Jesus all about?

 
The Lord's Prayer Part IV (Give us Our Daily Bread)
 

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You might be saying I keep asking God for the things I need in my life, but I’m not sure He is listening. Perhaps the key is knowing how to ask God to provide for our needs. We’ll show you how to bring your petitions to God as we continue with the fourth episode of our special series on the Lord’s Prayer.

 
Episode for October 9, 2019
 

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Does God hear silent prayers? What if I can't forgive someone? Seeking Bible help for sexual sin. Can women teach in church? Can I date a non-Christian?

 
Type 1 Diabetes
 

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Type 1 diabetes is a disorder characterized by fluctuating glucose levels and insulin injections. As Dr. Nerida explains, lifestyle can be a major factor.

 
Adult Disease In The Womb
 

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Many already know that diet affects a newborn, but studies now show that both a mother and father can pass on lifestyle habits and behaviors.

 
Sexual Health & Heart Disease
 

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Heart disease is a known culprit against longevity, but many don’t realize the affect it has on sexual health too, as Dr. Nerida discusses in this episode.

 
Promises Fulfilled
 

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Last week we left Mary right after she was told by an angel that she would conceive unconventially and give birth to King Jesus. Her response was recorded in Luke 1:38 “I am the Lord’s servant,” Mary answered. “May your word to me be fulfilled.” Then the angel left her. Next we find her visiting family, and she’s greeted with our focus for today.