Christians have had a way they've communicated stuff about Jesus to people in other cultures that they've been going with for a long time. Is it time...
Where did the chapters and verse numbers in the Bible come from, and are they a good idea?
Jordan Berta's own battles with anxiety inspired him to launch the Unspoken Conversation, a podcast that opens up dialogue on mental health and helps...
On this episode, you'll hear all about our recent trip to Africa and the positive changes we are seeing in those communities, as well as some...
I asked twelve pastors, from VERY diverse backgrounds, what they learned about community. Because we all want to belong to something bigger than...
My daughter recently made her first craft and it got me thinking about all our attempts to make ourselves better, and the truth about how God sees...
How is the Bible translated? Why does it have to be? What all goes into doing it well?
Canadian soprano, Measha Brueggergosman, about her inspiring vulnerability even at the risk of backlash, specifically within the Christian community.
This video is about how to do text criticism.
This time around, we are looking at how Christians have reconciled the New Testament manuscripts throughout the centuries.
Watch alone or gather some friends together, and let's explore what Jesus teaches us about being limited, and being human.
It's a conversation with girlfriends about family traditions, things we love about the season and some of the tough times at Christmas.
God has given us the tools to set ourselves up for success, but a lot of us choose not to utilize them. Learn how to walk in that wisdom.
In all the manuscripts that support the Bible, there are hundreds of thousands of points of disagreement. How does that affect your faith?
Kevin Makins is all about bridging the gap between the secular and the sacred and did just that in his one-man-show, Holy Shift.
HOLY SHIFT is a 60-minute talk/sermon/one-man-show that explores the big questions about the bible, progress, and the role we play in the ongoing...
Pastor Tania Meikle returns as special co-host to explore what it means for women to be comfortable in their own skin.
Why aren't there any originals of the Bible? Matt Whitman explores in The Ten Minute Bible Hour.
Pam Sykes returns to talk about creating a healthy support system and the important part church and girlfriends play in that.
Pastor Tania Meikle returns to co-host The Sweet Spot and discuss family and motherhood, encouraging you to navigate life's valleys with God at the...
Is it possible to get every high school kids dream job of becoming a "Social Media Influencer™" without losing your very life? Jesse's doing his best.
Let's talk about The Didache, 1 Clement, and The Shepherd of Hermas; three super-popular books among early Christians that weren't considered...
In this episode of #Snapshot, author Ron Hall opens up to Davina JaPaul about fulfilling God's Calling for his life.
Phil Callaway teaches us that it's good to approach things with lighter perspective, even when it's as deep and profound as your personal faith.
The #MeToo movement has led to over one million stories of sexual abuse and has helped change the conversation. But what does it mean for the church?
This week's story is from Pam Sykes, a wife, mom, and clean living blogger at CleanLifeHappyWife, who opens up about the hardships of marriage.
The great Carvin Winans is back in The Sweet Spot to continue his testimony and share some great Biblical advice about dealing with conflict.
Imagine going from a life of drugs, alcohol, and crime to sharing the stage with the likes of Nick Vujicic, Francis Chan, Hillsong United, and Lecrae.
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.
In the latest SHORT/ANSWERS video, Andy Bannister digs into all these questions and more. Have no doubt, you’ll find this video helpful — please do...