Matthew Stanford, licensed counselor and author of "Grace for the Children," shares advice to parents from his perspective as an academic in the field of psychology. He advises parents of children with mental illness how to cope in this difficult situation. Tune in to this episode with host Kendra Semmen for practical guidance from both biblical and medical standpoints.
The United Methodist Church has debated for years whether to permit or ban the ordination and marriage of Christians who say they are of the LGBTQ community. On the third day of 2020, church leaders announced a radical new proposal to split the denomination over this topic. Find out more from host Taylor Berglund in this episode.
After a leadership board investigated accusations against revivalist Todd Bentley involving sexual misconduct, they declared him disqualified from ministry. Bentley, though, doesn’t seem to agree. Learn more in this episode with host Taylor Berglund.
A church shooting in Texas tragically claimed the lives of two churchgoers late last month. But the death toll could have been much worse if not for an unlikely hero. Find out more from host Taylor Berglund in this episode.
Author, singer and businesswoman Lois Evans died recently. Her husband, Dr. Tony Evans, posted a touching tribute to his godly wife. Listen as host Jenny Rose Spaudo shares more about Lois' life in this episode.
Licensed mental health counselor Sissy Goff read a variety of books before writing her own book about anxiety, "Raising Worry-Free Girls." With anxiety being the No. 1 mental health battle among all ages, Goff offers practical advice to help you learn how to talk to anyone who worries too much. This episode, with Mental Health series host Kendra Semmen, is especially helpful for parents of young children and teens suffering from anxiety.