Author Mark Batterson shares how God made men for the virtues of tough love, will power, clear vision and moral courage.
Ron Larson’s rebellious nature led to a methamphetamine addiction and eventually a prison sentence. But a persistent inmate convinced him to attend a chapel service and Ron was eventually baptized while on parole. After two years of staying clean, he relapsed. Fearing for his life, a church elder put Ron on a path to the opposite side of the county and true restoration.
Join us as we discuss with Mark Batterson how to disciple men in the virtues of tough love, will power, clear vision and moral courage.
Social media star, Chelsea Crockett tackles tough questions and issues women face from self-confidence and friendship to following your dreams.
See how faith and love have brought the people of Mother Emanuel toether throughout their history-even in the midst of a tragedy created out of madness.
Author Jeannie Cunnion helps parents not expect perfection of themselves, but with God's grace walk out their specific mission of parenting.
The founders of Grace and Lace, Rich & Melissa Hinnant, share how they went from tragedy to triumph after the loss of their baby.
Are you ever overwhelmed with the commands of God? There are quite a few, and when taken out of context they can be incredibly overwhelming. Sometimes it helps to remember that God only commands us to do things He has already done Himself. For example, when the Lord reminds us to not be ashamed of the Gospel, remember that God is not ashamed of you. He does not look on you with disgust or condemnation when you sin. He convicts with love, and draws you even closer to His heart through grace and the power to be holy as He is holy. Praise God for His commandments!
In the midst of running her multimillion dollar business, entrepreneur Emily Ley discusses how she lives by a standard of grace, not perfection.
At 24 years old, Janie Burkett had a rap sheet longer than most career criminals. She failed numerous drug tests, ran around with the mafia, and had seventeen warrants for her arrest. But one day, Janie knew her life of crime had come to an end... after being sentenced to 40 years behind bars.
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