Episode for September 16, 2020
 

Bible HelpDesk / September 16, 2020

How does God speak to me? Who are the Nephilim? Can you be a son of God and the devil? Why is Satan in heaven in Job if he was cast out? What is the stone in Daniel 2?

 
The True Vine - Episode 20
 

Cross Connection / October 08, 2013

Jesus said, "If anyone does not abide in Me, he is cast out." So how can we know that we abide in Christ?

 
The World's Hate and the Spirit's Joy - Episode 21
 

Cross Connection / October 15, 2013

Jesus said that his followers will be persecuted, even killed. But then he said, no one will be able to take away your joy. How is this possible?

 
God on the Cross - Episode 25
 

Cross Connection / November 12, 2013

What factors led to Jesus' death, and do they still exist today? Join CC team as they take a closer look at the glory of God revealed on the cross.

 
Food Allergies
 

Go Healthy For Good! / March 26, 2013

Food allergy is a serious medical condition affecting up to 15 millions people in the US, including 1 in 13 children. Unlike food intolerances, food allergy results when the immune system mistakenly targets a harmless food protein, and attacks it.

 
Alzheimer's Disease
 

Go Healthy For Good! / May 14, 2013

One in three seniors dies with Alzheimer’s or another dementia in the United States. Alzheimer’s deaths continue to rise increasing 68 percent from 2000-2010. Is there anything you can do to prevent it? Please watch.

 
Prescription Pills
 

Unhooked / June 09, 2013

Abuse of prescription pills is growing and no addict looks alike. In this episode of Unhooked, the tell-tale signs of prescription pill addiction are outlined, along with ways to find help.

 
Falls in the Elderly
 

Go Healthy For Good! / September 26, 2013

One in 3 people over 65, fall every year. And for those over 75, that rate rises to 1 in 2. Falls are the largest contributor to injury deaths in the elderly.

 
Depression Series - 2
 

Go Healthy For Good! / October 01, 2013

Watch the second part of this wonderful series with Dr Neil Nedley.