The Ultimate Mixed Marriage
 

Hope Talks with Lonnie Melashenko / 273 VIEWS

 
The East Brain & The West Brain
 

Go Healthy For Good! / 271 VIEWS

Is your brain East or West? And what's the difference? Dr. Arlene Taylor Ph.D., brain-function researcher and educator will explain.

 
Women's Health Roundtable
 

Real Family Talk / 271 VIEWS

Join Elaine, Dr. Nerida Mckibben, Dr. Marissa Leslie and Jessica Oliver as they look at the 10 most prevalent health issues women worldwide face today as well as what your concerns concerns are.

 
Creative Worship for Families with Young Children
 

Real Family Talk / 271 VIEWS

Looking for ways to make family worship interesting and meaningful for both you and your children? Join Willie and Elaine as they talk with a pastor and a teacher about how to share faith with your children through worships that capture their attention, engage their imagination and make the experience special for everyone involved.

 
Episode for March 4, 2020
 

Bible HelpDesk / 270 VIEWS

How does God live in people? Did King Saul really speak to the dead prophet Samuel? Explain Colossians 2:16-17. Why did people mourn with sackcloth and ashes?

 
Sabbath Morning
 

Celebration of Hope / 269 VIEWS

The global impact of Hope Channel's evangelistic ministry is on display during the Sabbath morning worship at Celebration of Hope.

 
Episode for July 1, 2020
 

Bible HelpDesk / 269 VIEWS

Should personal prayer be silent? Are we to avoid non-believers? Did the thief on the cross enter heaven? The seven spirits of God. Becoming a sinner. Rest in peace?

 
Let's Talk about ADHD
 

Real Family Talk / 268 VIEWS

Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder has increased over the last several decades. How can a parent know if their child has ADHD? What does a diagnosis mean for the child? What can be done to help the child? Willie and Elaine Oliver talk with Dr Jude Patrick to learn more about the diagnosis and give hope and direction to parents of children with ADHD.

 
The Grieving Process
 

Speak Up / 268 VIEWS

Grieving the death of a loved one is an individual process. However, not surprisingly, men and women are profoundly different on how they experience grief. Find out what could help you in this painful process.