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Full Episode: February 20, 2018
Featured: Brad & Rebekah, Heather Larson and Crystal Lavallee
He’s Almost A Teenager / HEATHER LARSON
Greg Musselman speaks with author Heather Larson about her book, He's Almost a Teenager.
Distributing Food and Hope / CRYSTAL LAVALLEE
Crystal Lavallee gives us an update on her latest trip to Northern Saskatchewan.
You Are A Steward / MARKETPLACE LEADERSHIP SERIES WITH RICK GOOSSEN
Founder of Entrepreneurial Organization, Rick Goossen delves into the topic of stewardship with Lorna Dueck.
Robbie Symons / THE LOOK OF LOVE PART 1
Robbie Symons begins a new series on The Look of Love.
I Am Found // BRAD & REBEKAH
Watch the music video for Brad & Rebekah's new single "I Am Found".
February 20 / 100 WORDS
Today's reading with Ron Mainse is from 1 Peter 1-2 and 1 Peter 1:5, 2:2 are the key verses.
February 19 / 100 WORDS
Today's reading with Ron Mainse is from Jeremiah 52 and Jeremiah 52:33 is the key verse.
Life Stories: Sam & Naomi Tita
Sam and Naomi Tita went their separate ways after 12 years of marriage. But at their lowest point, both of them experienced something that would change them forever. Watch their story.
Testimony / DIMAS SALABERRIOS
Moira Brown shares the testimony of Dimas Salaberrios.
The Great Depression / DR. JAMES MERRITT
Cheryl Weber sits down for an interview in Atlanta with Dr. James Merritt to discuss his new book "52 Weeks Through the Psalms." Today they talk about Psalm 42:5 and depression.
Learning to Soar / BISHOP T.D. JAKES
Maggie John sits down for an interview with Bishop T. D. Jakes - a charismatic leader, visionary, provocative thinker and entrepreneur who serves as Senior Pastor of The Potter's House.
Freedom for Dalit Untouchables
Kumar Swamy used to be a Dalit, deemed untouchable by his community in India. Dalit's have no place in society and are seen as outcasts. Truth is what set Kumar free from the discriminating society.
Lovely Things in Ugly Places / MATTIE MONTGOMERY
Mattie Montgomery shares his personal testimony and how we need to lay down the labels we use to define people.