Pornography: A Moral Dilemma, Sin Problem or Psychological Addiction? (127)
Is happiness possible in a marriage when there has been pornography and broken trust? Dannah Gresh has personal insight on the topic of “Happily Even After.” Married 33 years, this bestselling author and podcast co-host spent 30 years studying sexual theology and sexual social science, but academia could not prepare her…
God, the Big House, and the Warehouse (126)
Ever heard the phrase, Sometimes the hardest part to starting something new is showing up? Tony Phillips is a guy who showed up. A businessman between jobs, it was a need for volunteer help that captured Phillips’ attention. His love for people drew him to a community ministry ‘ that supports young kids.
Military Spouses Living the Great Commission with a Bible and Coffee Pot (125)
A pot of coffee, a Facebook post, and a bulky Bible–how a movement started with military spouses. Megan B. Brown, a seasoned military spouse, bible teacher, and military missionary explains living out the Great Commission. As an atheist married to a military man, God gently led Brown to Himself, but growing in Christ was challenging.
Dr. Gary Chapman: Author of “The 5 Love Languages” Shares His Story (124)
Ever wonder why it is so hard to get along with someone you love? Dr. Gary Chapman, author of the New York Times Best Seller, The 5 Love Languages, is a speaker, counselor, and syndicated radio host. The early years of his marriage brought conflict that led to the discovery that God had a different idea about love than he did.
Victim or Vessel: How to Respond to a Challenge (123)
Challenges. We all have them, but what do you do when your challenge is beyond your control? Radio and TV personality, reporter, pastor, missionary, and motivational speaker, Steve Kramer knows what it’s like to live with challenges and the desire to be more than what others expect.
Matt Redman on the Life Behind a Heart of Worship (122)
Have you ever been overcome by strong emotions while singing a worship song? How does the writer of “Coming Back to the Heart of Worship”, “Blessed Be Your Name”, “Our God” and “10,000 Promises” capture…
An MIT Engineer Learns Success Begins With Surrender (121)
Can God use an introvert to change lives? Don Schoendorfer, author, MIT engineer, Ph.D., and successful inventor, experienced great professional success, but it took a personal crisis to expose his shortcomings. When skill and mathematics failed him, Schoendorfer had an encounter with God that helped him…
The Secret to Maximize Life’s Pleasures (120)
Would you rather look at a great design or spend personal time with the Creator? Steve DeWitt, pastor of 30 years, podcast host, and author shares how beauty creates wonder in us, sparks joy, and ultimately is meant to lead us…
A Border Crisis, Orphaned Children, Brokenness and Desperation, What Can God’s Church Do? (119)
Be it the concerns at the Mexican border, orphaned little ones and widowed women of Ukraine, or the reversal of Roe v. Wade, there is one constant: brokenness. Scripture says, “As you have done unto the least of these, you have done unto me.” (Matt. 25:40)
Russia-Ukraine War: Gut-Wrenching Terror vs. the Mighty Hand of God (118)
What you have heard or seen in the media is not the full story. If you are fatigued by the constant reports of the attacks, casualties and destruction suffered by those in Ukraine, we have good news for you. There is an exciting movement gaining ground in the war-ravaged region.
Skip Vaccarello on “Finding God in Silicon Valley” (117)
If you had it to do all over again, what would you do differently for the Kingdom in work and business? Skip Vaccarello, a Partner with 1Flourish Capital, a faith-based venture capital firm investing in technology-based…