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If you could do it all over again, what would you do more of? Less of? What's a life lesson you're desperate to pass on? Join Michael in studio with Jon Gauger as he discuss his book, "If You Could Do It All Over Again...

A lesson in American history and government from Bob McEwen and a plea to "IDK" millennials (and other confused, apathetic and undecided voters) to join a party and vote from Katie Thompson....

How do we stand resolutely on the Bible and consider public policy as a way to love our neighbors, seek the welfare of the city, and be an agent of positive change? How could that impact the way we vote in the 2016 presidential election?...

The term “Startup” has almost become a religious experience. For the young and the brave, they take the pilgrimage to create their own reality. Many bright young minds are no longer interested in working for the company, they prefer to be the company. They are...

Most orphans view themselves as throw aways, but God uniquely created and uniquely loves them. Join Michael Easley in studio with Mike Douris, as he shares a personal story of tragedy which God transformed into a passion for orphan care. ...

The idea of righteousness means God always does the right thing in the right way—no injustice escapes His mind. In Episode 8 of Living from the Heart, we talk about the ways Christians react to injustices and uncertainty. ...

Whether or not we are satisfied with the leaders of this world, we as Christians look forward to a King and a different Kingdom. Learn more about the Biblical view of leadership in Episode 7 of Living From the Heart. ...

What if true spiritual leadership was marked by an innate belief that God’s Word, God’s Spirit, and God’s people were the most important elements to a rich and strong marriage, and out of that innate belief a man lived his life differently, viewed his marriage...