The Resurrection of Jesus - Episode 38
 

Cross Connection / December 11, 2012

The resurrection of Jesus changed the world forever. Take it away, and you leave the entire world without a gospel. So what does the resurrection mean to us in our lives today?

 
Jesus Explains His Mission - Episode 17
 

Cross Connection / May 14, 2013

Have you ever wondered what the meaning of Jesus' Death and Resurrection is? What did Jesus have to say about it? On the season finale of CC, the group looks to John 12 to learn his incredible, life-changing explanation of his mission!

 
Love and Service - Episode 18
 

Cross Connection / September 24, 2013

No one worth anything would have done it. But Jesus did it and he wants us to do it too!

 
Tobacco Public Policy
 

Go Healthy For Good! / December 12, 2012

Cigarette companies are dependent on underage smoking. Almost 90 percent of all regular smokers begin smoking at or before age 18, and almost every smoker tried their first cigarette...in childhood! Let's DO something about it!

 
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?

 
Caring for Aging Parents
 

Real Family Talk / March 03, 2013

When mom or dad get older, a decline in health often means an increase in family support. Willie & Elaine discuss the blessings and challenges of caring for older parents and loved ones. Guests: Sandra Brown and Lynell Jefferson

 
Creation Q & A (1st Qtr 2013)
 

Hope Sabbath School / January 09, 2013

Dr. Tim Standish answers the question: Does variety in nature mean that God uses evolution?

 
Congenital Heart Defects
 

Go Healthy For Good! / March 18, 2013

In the US, about 36,000 children are born with a heart defect each year. That's about 9 out of every 1,000 infants. On tthis episode, we're going to learn more about them and meet a very special surgeon, who has been repairing hearts for many years.

 
Childhood Depression
 

Go Healthy For Good! / April 18, 2013

So what are the symptoms that parents need to watch for? Which children are more at risk? How can we protect our kids from depression? The answers to these questions coming straight ahead! Stay tuned.