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Find adventure, fun, and music in Wildwood! Journey into an exciting world where the truths of God's Word are shared by a cast of lovable animal characters and the lessons learned are entertaining and life-changing. On the radio each week or in your podcast player app, Paws and Tales helps children grasp essential life lessons in a fun and memorable way.
 
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/82 Insight for Living is the Bible-teaching ministry of author and pastor Charles R. Swindoll. Insight for Living is committed to excellence in communicating biblical truth and its application. Para conocer acerca del ministerio en espaol de Insight for Living, visite https://www.elsitiocristiano.com/ministries/vision-para-vivir/
 
Fresh Hope for Mental Health is a production of Fresh Hope Ministries, www.FreshHope.us. The purpose of Fresh Hope for Mental Health is to empower those with a mental health diagnosis to live a faith-filled and rich life in spite of having a mental health challenge. The program is hosted by Pastor Brad Hoefs, the founder of Fresh Hope. He is also the author of, "Fresh Hope: Living Well in Spite of a Mental Health Diagnosis" www.FreshHopeBook.com The program consists of insights for how to li ...
 
Can mental health challenges and faith co-exist? Join Sarah Kift, a member of the Sanctuary Mental Health Ministries team, as she interviews theologians, writers, leaders, and people living with mental health challenges. If you want inspiration, insight, and resources to equip your community to be a sanctuary for all people, at all stages of their mental wellness journeys, this is the podcast for you. **The purpose of The Sanctuary Podcast is to raise awareness and start conversations about ...
 
You’ve dealt with painful and unexpected things too, right? Whether it’s a diagnosis, a hard death, a dreadful divorce, a disability, a series of difficult trials, you name it, we can all cast our two cents into the jar of suffering. This transaction can lead us to feelings of anxiety, uncertainty, and depression, and often result in questioning our core beliefs about life and God. Colleen Swindoll-Thompson, daughter of well-loved pastor Chuck Swindoll and director of Insight for Living’s Re ...
 
Join your host Kenyatta Goins (aka Pastor G) for different weekly talk shows and discussions, including: Pastor G, Blended Families Ministry, WakeUp a Daily morning Bible Study, The Dr. Luther Show, P31 Women, where we learn Biblical principals on marriage and how to build stronger families one marriage at a time. We have it all: music, live interviews, insight, devotionals, prayer, direction, new and upcoming Christian music artists, healing, and promoting living a Christian life under Grac ...
 
"Approaching life, love, family, faith, trials and laughter through faith, friendship and fellowship - one day at a time." Real-Talk LIVE! with Families With Faith is the blogtalkradio show for www.FamiliesWithFaith.com. Author, Minister and Co-founder of Families with Faith Ministries, Letetia Mullenix is joined by the co-founder of Greater Vision Evangelic Ministries, Angela Claiborne, as they offer encouragement, hope, insight and biblical instruction to families regarding the modern issu ...
 
When you take a leap of faith and go after your dreams, you show another woman it’s possible. Communication and Media Coach Joy Sutton has jumped off the cliff a time or two. She launched her own TV talk show on a network affiliate in her 30s. Stepped into a lead marketing role for a national company in her 40s. Now, Joy is on a mission to help women shine through her SheShines Academy and podcast. The Joy Sutton Show is for women like you, who know they’re destined for greater. Through joyf ...
 
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“Don’t talk, don’t trust, don’t feel was the law we lived by,” says Frederick Buechner in his powerful memoir Telling Secrets, “and woe to the one who broke it.” Buechner is describing his experience of what he calls the “unwritten law of families who for one reason or another have gone out of whack.” In his own family, that “law” meant Buechner wa…
 
The coronavirus pandemic canceled schools around the world. In China, teachers responded with DingTalk, a digital app that enabled class to be held online. Then their students figured out that if DingTalk’s rating fell too low, it might be removed from the App Store. Overnight thousands of one-star reviews dropped DingTalk’s score. Jesus wouldn’t b…
 
In this episode Pastor Brad Hoefs talks about this difference between thinking through something and overthinking. We encourage you to share this podcast with your friends via your social media connections. After listening to this podcast, we encourage you to email us at info@FreshHope.us with a comment or question that we will share on our next po…
 
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/82/29The twelve disciples shared many special moments with their Master like personally experiencing miracles and receiving private lessons on the kingdom of heaven.Few of these instances, however, were more intimate than the Last Supper. Matthew 26:1730 tells of this spec…
 
After ten-year-old Chelsea received an elaborate art set, she discovered that God used art to help her feel better when she was sad. When she found out that some kids didn’t have art supplies readily available, she wanted to help them. So when it was time for her birthday party, she asked her friends not to bring her gifts. Instead, she invited the…
 
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/82/29The twelve disciples shared many special moments with their Master like personally experiencing miracles and receiving private lessons on the kingdom of heaven.Few of these instances, however, were more intimate than the Last Supper. Matthew 26:1730 tells of this spec…
 
J. I. Packer (1926–2020), in his classic work Knowing God, spoke of four well-known believers in Christ whom he called “beavers for the Bible.” Not all were trained scholars, but each one exercised great care to know God by gnawing into the Scripture, like a beaver digs in and gnaws away at a tree. Packer further noted that knowing God through Bibl…
 
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/82/29Jesus’ ministry was reaching its climax. He finally arrived at Jerusalem only to sense the lingering stench of death awaiting Him in the form of a Roman cross.Matthew 26:116 sets the stage for the final act of this gospel account. Each event preserved in this passage …
 
When I was a teenager, my mom painted a mural on our living room wall, which stayed there for several years. It showed an ancient Greek scene of a ruined temple with white columns lying on their sides, a crumbling fountain, and a broken statue. As I looked at the Hellenistic architecture that had once held great beauty, I tried to imagine what had …
 
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/82/29Jesus’ ministry was reaching its climax. He finally arrived at Jerusalem only to sense the lingering stench of death awaiting Him in the form of a Roman cross.Matthew 26:116 sets the stage for the final act of this gospel account. Each event preserved in this passage …
 
In February 2020, as the COVID-19 crisis was just beginning, a newspaper columnist’s concerns struck me. Would we willingly self-isolate, she wondered, changing our work, travel, and shopping habits so others wouldn’t get sick? “This isn’t just a test of clinical resources,” she wrote, “but of our willingness to put ourselves out for others.” Sudde…
 
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/82/29Jesus’ ministry was reaching its climax. He finally arrived at Jerusalem only to sense the lingering stench of death awaiting Him in the form of a Roman cross.Matthew 26:116 sets the stage for the final act of this gospel account. Each event preserved in this passage …
 
For thirty long years, the African American woman worked faithfully for a large global ministry. Yet when she sought to talk with co-workers about racial injustice, she was met with silence. Finally, however, in the spring of 2020—as open discussions about racism expanded around the world—her ministry friends “started having some open dialogue.” Wi…
 
As the French soldier dug in the desert sand, reinforcing the defenses of his army’s encampment, he had no idea he would make a momentous discovery. Moving another shovel-full of sand he saw a stone. Not just any stone. The Rosetta Stone, containing laws and governance from King Ptolemy V written in three languages. That stone (now housed in the Br…
 
Free funerals for the living. That’s the service offered by an establishment in South Korea. Since it opened in 2012, more than 25,000 people—from teenagers to retirees—have participated in mass “living funeral” services, hoping to improve their lives by considering their deaths. Officials say “the simulated death ceremonies are meant to give the p…
 
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/82/29In the final days of Jesus’ ministry, He warned His disciples that he would go to Jerusalem to face a grisly death on a cross. However, He gave them hope that death would not defeat Him.As His death loomed closer than ever in Matthew 24:2925:46, Jesus assured His disc…
 
For six years, a woman tried to make herself the “perfect minister’s wife,” modeling herself after her adored mother-in-law (also a pastor’s wife). She thought that in this role she couldn’t also be a writer and painter, but in burying her creativity she became depressed and contemplated suicide. Only the help of a neighboring pastor moved her out …
 
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/82/29In the final days of Jesus’ ministry, He warned His disciples that he would go to Jerusalem to face a grisly death on a cross. However, He gave them hope that death would not defeat Him.As His death loomed closer than ever in Matthew 24:2925:46, Jesus assured His disc…
 
After my mother’s sudden death, I was motivated to start blogging. I wanted to write posts that would inspire people to use their minutes on earth to create significant life moments. So I turned to a beginner’s guide to blogging. I learned what platform to use, how to choose titles, and how to craft compelling posts. And, in 2016 my first blog post…
 
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/82/29It’s easy to look at the events going on around the world today and think, It can’t get much worse than this. In fact, it can and, according to Jesus, it will.He unveiled this harsh reality to His disciples in Matthew 24:1528 when He warned of a time when evil will ha…
 
In the early nineteenth century, Thomas Carlyle gave a manuscript to philosopher John Stuart Mill to review. Whether accidentally or intentionally, the manuscript got tossed into a fire. It was Carlyle’s only copy. Undaunted, he set to work rewriting the lost chapters. Mere flames couldn’t stop the story, which remained intact in his mind. Out of g…
 
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