Religion seems to have a bad reputation in today’s society. Greg Paul, the founding pastor of Sanctuary Toronto and author of the book Resurrecting Religion: Finding Our Way Back to the Good News, admits that there is a lot of bad religion out there and that’s causing people to avoid it.
A member of the Little Rock Nine, a group of African-American students who were the first to integrate Central High in Little Rock, Arkansas, Melba Beals shares her incredible story.
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 us all end the stigma associated with it.
It's a conversation with girlfriends about family traditions, things we love about the season and some of the tough times at Christmas.
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.
Pam Sykes returns to talk about creating a healthy support system and the important part church and girlfriends play in that.
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.
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.
Coach Drew is a Psychotherapist and his own personal journey has brought him to The Art of A Genuine Apology, helping others learn, heal, and grow.
As a former professional actor who made a career being someone else, Allison Allen knows a thing or two about playing a character.
An incredible life in ministry and broadcasting, Paul Estabrooks joins his daughter Melinda to share how we can look back on a life well lived.
Can we be comfortable with uncertainty? It is a notion our guest this week, Nate Petersen, has embraced fully in what he calls the Pilgrim's Process.
There is never a night or a problem that could defeat sunrise or hope, and there's no better proof than that than Elizabeth Correia.
Clayton King returns to Your Story with Melinda to teach us how failure can turn into shame, but love and forgiveness can set us on the path to truth.
At the base of every broken life is a lie, and at the root of every lie is fear. With over 30 years of ministry, Clayton King knows this better than most.