Janice Dreiling was an orphan in the Philippines when she received an Operation Christmas Child shoebox loaded with gifts; it was an event she’ll never forget.
Paula Isakson, founder of Faith Family Reunion, has an important message to parents of prodigal children who have left the faith or estranged themselves: Parents, don’t blame yourselves.
Mike Falkenstine, a missionary to China during the past 10 years, talks about his new website which encourages believers to get serious about obeying the Great Commission which commands us to go and make disciples of all nations and people.
Dawn Henry invented a word that describes what completely alive means – it is to be “heartfully alive” – and that’s the name for the ministry to women which she founded early this year. She describes what it means to be heartfully alive.
Many people have disabilities that are invisible, but very real. And they are often misunderstood by others, and even accused of inventing the disability. Wayne Connell of the Invisible Disabilities Association talks about it.
Angela Maldonado is a missionary associated with Denver First Church whose enthusiasm for the things that God is doing in her life is infectious. She tells her story on “Along the Way.”
Father Phil Eberhart from Resurrection Anglican Fellowship talks about the “Ten Days of Awe” celebrating unity in Christ at various churches throughout the metro area over a ten day period.