Moira Brown shares the first time she realized that every sin contributed to the terrible weight Jesus bore on the cross of Calvary.
On this episode of Hugs From Heaven, learn an unforgettable moment of inspiration that gave us the hymn, "I Need Thee Every Hour."
Though sometimes we need to look for them, our God specializes in precious moments that offer blessings in the midst of life's trials.
On this episode of The Sweet Spot, Carvin Winans of gospel music's beloved Winans family opens up about his family and his personal path to music.
Admittedly, this true tale might not have the warmest Hugs From Heaven, but there's a motivational perspective to help us learn the brevity of life.
Before all the red poppies disappear from the landscape for another year, let's indulge in another slice of Canadian war history.
Let's take a moment to learn about "The Wall" and how it brought together both those who fought and those who marched against the Vietnam War.
Though his father had hoped his son would pursue a "respectable" profession such as science or law, Dietrich Bonhoeffer wanted to be a theologian.
Life is full of ups and downs but, as the winner of Miss Wheelchair Canada and Miss Kindness of the World, Vahen King has a great perspective.
Ephesians 3:2 says, God "is able, through his mighty power at work within us, to accomplish infinitely more than we might ask or think."
In a world where fame is so sought after, Jim Caviezel, best known for portraying Jesus in the 2004 film The Passion of the Christ, has a refreshing view.
Look back at Melville Beveridge Cox, the first missionary of the Methodist Episcopal Church, who had no lingering fear of God's plan for him.
Something we can all relate to in our quest for peace, security, and belonging.
This week we're finding The Sweet Spot with Master Life Coach, Rob Faw, who shares his advice on youth, family, sports, and leadership.
Some of the deadliest wildfires on record ravaged California this fall, but here is a comforting reminder found in our Christian history.
Teen rebellion is seen as a cultural norm, but Rebecca Lindenbach begs to differ. She opens up on this podcast episode of the Why Me Project,
Giving God solemn thanks for the lives and deaths of his saints, including those who have personally led one to faith in Jesus.
As we celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, Moira Brown looks back at Martin Luther, the man who rediscovered God and changed the world.
Explore one of the most spectacular miss-forecasts in television history - even though the forecaster refuses to admit that he was wrong.
This new treatment involving past events is proving to be a blessing for those suffering the distressing symptoms of dementia.
A true pioneer for Christian music, what’s next for Michael W. Smith to accomplish? He opens up on this episode of the Why Me Project podcast.
The British pop singer has sold 250 million albums worldwide, but his biggest challenge was being faithful in reading his Bible and praying daily.
You may find yourself in a season of uncertainty or loneliness, but these Hugs From Heaven offer a hopeful perspective: seasons come... and go!
Jesus arose early in the morning for time alone with God. In our increasingly hectic, noisy world, we dare not miss this key to serenity and sanctity.