Relationships are at the heart of the Christian life: relationships with God and also with each other. We are responsible for guarding our hearts by setting aside our own spaces. On the broadcast, John Townsend breaks down the idea of boundaries.
Meditation is not only for the secularist, mystical thinkers. In fact, Robert J. Morgan says we must learn to engage in the meditative process to stand in the counsel of God. Learn more about ways to learn and internalize Biblical texts, not just to memorize them.
On the broadcast, we’re talking with Reverend Jesse Lee Peterson, outspoken critic of race relations in American culture. Learn his thoughts on the good and evil that can manifest in any group in society, and how forgiveness conquers hatred and anger.
God gave me words to express Him; He gave the expression of painting to David Arms. I wrote many years ago, “One Creator, Perfect Designer, Forgive me for missing Your art.” Join me in studio with artist David Arms.
Kurt Heinecke, Director of music for the award-winning show Veggie Tales, integrates faith into his rich musical gifts. I talked with Kurt about the ways followers can embrace talents while serving as an example of God’s love.
Arguably the best lyricist in today’s Christian music, Tony Wood, shares about his struggles and joys, facing rejection, and trusting Christ within his context as a songwriter and author of “A Parent’s Book of Prayers.”
John Mays, one of Christian music’s most respected executives, joins Michael Easley in studio and shares his insights on the Christian Music Industry and the importance of “making the truth new” in songwriting and art.
After returning home from WWII and his service as a liberator at Dachau Concentration Camp, Jimmy Gentry was determined never to speak about it again. “I kept thinking if I didn’t talk about it, it would go away.” But it didn’t, and in 1985 Jimmy met a concentration camp survivor who convinced him to share his experiences with others. Join Michael Easley in studio with Mr. Jimmy Gentry and hear from one of The Greatest Generation’s most honorable men about faith, love, hardship and legacy.