Ambassador Elisa and Christy Given interview a mother who prayed when her son fell through the ice and was pronounced dead. Joyce, the mom prayed and her son was resurrected.
More and more parents and churches are recognizing that students are not prepared for the challenges that college brings. We want them to continue in the faith that they were raised in. A few years ago George Barna conducted a study revealing that “65 percent of high school students stop attending church after they graduate.” […]
I’m sure you’ve heard that you’re a child of God, but do you truly believe that in your very core? Most of the obstacles that Christians face can be traced to forgetting their identity in God.
How to Fulfill our Dreams Without Creating Idols. Danita Patterson, is a creative visionary and award winning producer. She has worked with A List celebrities such as Will Smith and worked on the movie, Heaven is for Real. Danita helps established celebrities fulfill their destiny and purpose.
Why is the New Generation or Gen Y so misunderstood? This generation are those born between 1980 and 2000. They are also referred to as Millennials. They are known for their technology, Millennials are individualistic, innovative, creative, celebrators of diversity, multi-taskers, and write their own rules.
This week Reaching Out Radio Where God Comes First, Ambassador Elisa and Christy Givens talk with Chad Veach the pastor of Zoe Church in Los Angeles, California. He is a mentor to many celebrities and influence makers such as Justin Bieber. Chad is also the author of Faith, Forward, Future.
Think of discipline as a way to guide and teach your child about positive ways to behave. A parenting style that works well is one that uses discipline proactively. The goal is to use techniques that encourage your child’s sense of responsibility, nurture self-esteem, and strengthen your relationship with your child.
Women need to feel loved, and men need to feel respected. This may explain why Paul wrote in Ephesians 5:33 that a husband must love his wife and a wife must respect her husband. Both commands are unconditional. The hard part is that respect comes more easily to men, and love comes easier to women.