Podcasts

Movements that make a difference

Do you think you can make a difference in the world? Our special guest is Dr. Sam Metcalf, author of Beyond the Local Church: How Apostolic Movements Can Change the World.

How do you talk to a skeptic?

Is there hope for the skeptic? Robert J. Hutchinson talks about his book Searching for Jesus: New Discoveries in the Quest for Jesus of Nazareth — an overview of recent archaeological finds and new developments in Biblical scholarship that are calling into question much of what skeptical scholars have assumed and asserted about Jesus over the past two centuries.

A famous author talks about child abuse

Hear about the life story of author Stormie Omartian as she talks about her book Out of Darkness: My Story of Finding True Light and Liberation.

Do you go to church to get happy?

In Happy Church, author/pastor Tim McConnell offers a radical call for Christians to reclaim happiness. Happiness flows from the joy of the Lord and being glad in Christ. When the church expresses happiness, we are making a counter cultural choice that the world cannot help but notice.

Restoring family relationships

Robert A. Schuller, son of Robert Schuller, the former senior pastor of The Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, California talks about mending the relationship with his father shortly before his death.

Can you be more productive by resting?

Are human beings too productive for their own good? Dr. John Koessler, author of The Radical Pursuit of Rest discusses the challenges we all face in the digital age.

Is marriage counseling really necessary?

Luke Nelson, Market Development Director for Prepare-Enrich aΒ leading relationship inventory and skill-building program talks about the importance of marriage counseling.

A working mom

Janet Mefferd, host of the nationally syndicated radio talk show, The Janet Mefferd Show. opens up about her life in journalism, faith, andΒ being a working mom.

How can music and stories lift you up?

Christian radio broadcasting legend Mike Kellogg, the former host of Music Thru the Nigh combined biblical insight, encouraging stories and warm inspirational music.

Moving out of your parent’s shadow

Lily Issacs performs in Gaither Homecoming concerts, but her biggest triumph was moving out of her mother’s shadow and finding her faith.