Sarah Walton, author of "Hope When it Hurts," has a passion for encouraging others going through hard times using God's Word and the hope of Jesus. She shares her personal trials with Lyme disease and the effect it's had on her and her family, as well as her journey of dealing with anxiety and depression from a biblical point of view. Listen and learn as host Kendra Semmen continues her mental health series with this episode.
Courtney Schmidt has a beautiful story of how God has helped her through her journey with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). The support of her family, Christian counseling and medication all were instrumental in her Schmidt's road to recovery. Tune in for biblical advice on mental health in this episode with series host Kendra Semmen.
After a week of praying for a resurrection miracle for Olive Alayne Heiligenthal, Bethel Church is planning the 2-year-old girl’s memorial service. Listen as host Jenny Rose Spaudo shares why the church doesn't regret praying for a miracle.
President Donald Trump has signed a new law in December that will cut taxes for churches and other nonprofits in the U.S.. Learn why churches are thrilled about this new legislation from host Jenny Rose Spaudo in this episode.
Prominent Christian leaders are calling 1 million young people to fast and pray for 2020 and the coming decade. Listen as host Jenny Rose Spaudo explains why these leaders think the spiritual involvement is critical at this time.
Kristen Clark, author and popular YouTuber for GirlDefined Ministries, shares her struggles with infertility and how her faith is helping her overcome anxiety. She also touches on burnout, a common issue in this time when the overuse of technology can lead to stress and anxiety. Tune in for biblical advice on mental health in this episode with series host Kendra Semmen.
Pastor John Gray recently announced that Relentless Church will be moving to a new location in 2020—and legal documents reveal a strained relationship between the church and the owners of the building it currently occupies. Find out more in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
A Bethel Church worship leader and her husband are crying out to God to raise their dead daughter to life. After their calls to prayer made national headlines, Pastor Bill Johnson released a statement explaining why they had faith for this miracle. Learn more in this episode with host Jenny Rose Spaudo.
More than 170 evangelical leaders signed a letter to Christianity Today President Dr. Timothy Dalrymple. In their response, they say CT’s recent editorial calling for President Donald Trump’s removal does not represent the majority of conservative Christians. Learn more in this episode with host Jenny Rose Spaudo.
The editor of "Christianity Today" magazine published a pro-impeachment opinion piece about U.S. President Donald Trump, which immediately stirred controversy among Christians on both sides of the political aisle.
Katie Dale, a blogger at bipolarbrave.com, shares her inspiring story of coming to Jesus, being diagnosed with bipolar type I, going on medication and grappling with tough theological questions. Listen as she tells host Kendra Semmen about her passion to raise awareness about mental health from a Christian standpoint.
The author of "Miss Unlikely: From Farm Girl to Miss America," Miss America 2016 Betty Maxwell shares the personal story of her mother-in-law's suicide in this episode with host Kendra Semmen. Maxwell is passionate about raising awareness of this issue through speaking engagements and on her popular YouTube channel.
A megachurch volunteer was sentenced this month to 75 years in prison after he was found guilty of molesting multiple young boys at the church. In the last three years, it’s the fourth person at this church to be formally accused of sexually abusing children. Listen to hear more about this story.
CEO of The Grace Alliance, Joe Padilla shares both his and his wife's journey of depression, research, and therefore the development of their organization to help provide other Christians with the resources they need for "whole body" care, physical health is correlated with mental health.
This is a story about Charisma Media’s brand-new Audio App, offering audio versions of the Charisma print magazine, e-books, weekly news updates and more.
This is a story about thousands of Christians who were killed in Nigeria. Fulani tribesmen have slaughtered and terrorized over 1,000 Christians in 2019 alone. Since 2015, the number is 6,000. So why aren’t people outraged? Listen to learn more.
This is a story about a Chinese church elder who was sentenced to four years in prison. The same church’s pastor is expected to get a harsh sentence come Christmastime. Listen to learn how to pray.
Four people died when a swarm of tornadoes ripped through the Southeast on Tuesday, Dec. 17. The storms also injured at least a dozen others. Hear how you can be praying in the wake of the storms’ extensive damage.
Earlier this year, megachurch pastor James MacDonald was fired by his church after a radio show host aired clips of MacDonald making inappropriate comments about fellow Christian leaders and reporters. Now MacDonald is suing the radio host. Find out more when you click play.
When you think of a woman going to get an abortion, what kind of person do you think of? A teenage girl who accidentally got pregnant and doesn't want the inconvenience? Dawn Baker says that's a common misconception. Most women who are considering abortion are actually in crisis and deep need. That's why, to save unborn babies' lives, Baker strives to help women in need and keep families together whenever possible. Listen as Baker explains to host Jenny Rose Spaudo how churches can make a real difference.
Earlier this month, a group of Christian musicians and artists went to the White House for a surprise summit. Now we’re starting to get more information about what went on there. Find out more after this break.
Promise Keepers, the Christian men’s ministry that made a massive impact in the 1990s, is looking to return with its first stadium gathering in more than 20 years. To make sure everything goes smoothly, the organization announced it was enlisting some outside help. Find out more after this break.
This is a story about a woman in England who says she was shamed on social media for referring to Santa Claus as “Father Christmas.” Why? Because some now see Santa as gender-neutral. Listen to what else people told this woman.
This is a tragic story about a pastor who was found shot to death near his Michigan home. But before his death, Pastor John Clark was facing criminal investigation and had resigned from his church. Now, the church he founded is mourning his passing. Listen to learn more about this tragedy from host Jenny Rose Spaudo.
A report by the Associated Press reveals that 629 Pakistani girls were sold as brides and taken to China. And the traffickers behind this horrible deed tend to target Christians. Learn more from host Jenny Rose Spaudo in this episode.