Integrity Matters
 

Higher Ground / February 03, 2012

It isn’t always simple and easy to choose between right and wrong. Dr. Barry Black shows us why integrity matters and how to choose it consistently.

 
Daniel 3 - Episode 4
 

Disclosure / February 02, 2012

The Mark of the Beast. Nobody wants it, but do you know what to look for?

 
"The Baptism and Temptations of Jesus" - Episode 4
 

Cross Connection / January 31, 2012

We find Jesus on the banks of a river, asking to be baptized. Yet the question must be asked, why would a sinless man need to be baptized? In Cross Connections we explore the meaning and the importance of Jesus' baptism.

 
"Leap of Faith" - Episode 4
 

StoryLine / January 30, 2012

The widow's faith could be measured as a handful of flour and a little oil. As a meal it wasn't much, but as faith it was immeasurable, and God was just about to prove it.

 
The Game of Exclusion
 

Higher Ground / January 27, 2012

Dr. Barry Black shows us how to avoid the exclusion game, and to live our lives according to God’s plan.

 
Matthew 24, Part 2 - Episode 3
 

Disclosure / January 26, 2012

Some people call it, "The All of it Discourse." Others consider it,"The Reader's Digest Condensed Version of Daniel and Revelation." Today you just might call it, "Spectacular!"

 
"John the Baptist and His Mission" - Episode 3
 

Cross Connection / January 24, 2012

If you were to describe a great man of the Bible, you probably wouldn't describe him wearing rough clothes, and eating bugs. Yet that is the very hero in this episode of Cross Connections.

 
"Peter's Deliverance" - Episode 3
 

StoryLine / January 23, 2012

For Peter, following Christ meant almost certain death as he sat in prison, chained between guards. Unknown to him, God had another plan that neither Peter nor the praying church could believe, even as it unfolded.

 
Holding on to Hope
 

Higher Ground / January 20, 2012

We can all use a little more hope, and Jesus gives it to us! Today, Barry Black shares how this hope will bring us peace in our daily lives.