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…
Why We Must Know the Difference Between Success and True Significance (116)
Do thoughts of your past fill you with regret or thankfulness? Aaron Tredway, pastor, author, speaker, athlete, and coach, reveals that we often feel dissatisfied because we’re aimed at the wrong target: success.
The Future of the Local Church: A CityServe Recap (115)
As New Year’s Eve approaches and resolutions are made, it’s important to remember that reflection builds anticipation. On the surface, 2022 can look like a difficult year with the war in Ukraine, natural disasters, and national division. But, this doesn’t account for the amazing stories of God’s healing and provision through the local Church.
Widow and Single Mom Shares About the “Gift” that Got Her Through an Unexpected Tragedy (114)
Paige McMahon unexpectedly became a widow and single mom of three when her husband died in a plane crash. McMahon recalls how life was hazy in the early days and the weight of grief was unbearable as she wrestled with her faith and struggled to get through each day.
Hobby Lobby Founder, David Green, Reveals the Unconventional Leadership Principles that Led to the Company’s Success (113)
How did one couple go from creating picture frames in their garage to becoming the leaders of one of the largest chain stores in America? Hobby Lobby has over 900 stores in 48 states and CEO, David Green…
Help Your Kids Unwrap the True Meaning of Christmas (112)
ow do you think your kids would describe the Christmas season? Would their minds immediately go to gifts, food, and family quarrels? Or would they express a genuine understanding and connection to the story of Jesus? Our guest helps make the latter possible. Asheritah Ciuciu…
Should More Christians Run for Office? (111)
How did you feel about how the midterm election went? Faith-filled Americans are needed in our government now more than ever, but why aren’t more running for local, state, and federal offices? Terri Hasdorff, author, speaker, consultant, and former congressional candidate…