In this fourth installment of the "Father Gilbert" series, when a blind woman is suddenly made to see, it raises more than a few eyebrows around the small English village of Storwich. In fact, the faith-healing ministry that cured her (and a number of others) becomes the object of an intense . . .
There's been a robbery at Mr. Crawford's general store. Staci thinks she saw the culprit but is warned by a mysterious visitor that if she knows what's good for her, she'll keep her mouth shut! Meanwhile, C.J. discovers the hard way that receiving God's forgiveness isn't hard at all.
Brinkman Adventures is an exciting radio show that tells true, modern, missionary stories through the fictional Brinkman family. Each twenty-six minute episode contains a Biblical theme, lesson, and compelling drama that will keep . . .
Howard Garrett, The Dirt Doctor, has spent the past sixteen years establishing a leadership role in the natural organic marketplace. He has gained a significant following of people looking for information and advice about natural organic gardening, . . .
In our fast-changing world, it can be difficult to sort through the issues of the day. From family to faith to the latest in the public square, it’s hard to stay up on what’s happening, much less interpret the news in a way that honors . . .
A prophetic and historical explanation of the meaning of “Mystery Babylon” in Revelation 17-18. Traces the introduction of paganism into the so-called “Church” and includes often-ignored details about the tragic fate of Messianic believers in the first through fourth centuries.
Creating a useful wedding registry, plus Peter Mutabazi’s journey from street kid to foster dad, and do most adults know if they want kids?
Featured musical artist: James Peden
Roundtable: Wedding Registry Advice
One of the most iconic tasks of the engagement season is setting up a . . .
You have likely heard about and may have seen The Chosen television series. Tens of millions of people all over the world are watching it. It’s been translated into dozen of languages. Most Christians love it and call it life-changing. Even many non-Christians say how it’s given them a new . . .