Along the Way - Dr. Greg Smalley tells what not to say to engaged couples - June 24, 2017

June 24, 2017

We’ve all heard the good-natured joking comments that people make when a couple tells them they plan to get married.  Greg Smalley from Focus on the Family has as great a sense of humor as anybody, but also cautions people about some of the things they say to engaged couples.  As importantly, he outlines what should be said. More information,


Along the Way - You are Uniquely Created for Success - June 17, 2017

June 17, 2017

Jim Worden tells the story of his son who was a successful businessman but was haunted by fears that his projects would not turn out as he was hoping.  After a heart-to-heart with his son where Jim showed him from Scripture how intensely involved God was in his personhood and success, his son was immediately transformed.  That marked the beginning of Christian Success Ministries.  Jim describes “God’s Plan for Your Life” which started with that conversation with his son.  For more information, go to


Along the Way with Tom Moller - Comedian Charles Marshall – Observations on Being a Dad - June 10, 2017

June 10, 2017

Charles Marshall is the author of a book for Dads, The Good Dad Guide published by Harvest House.  He discusses some of his own experiences being a Dad, and tells some of the stories that are found in the book.  For information on Charles, his comedy, and appearance locations, go to


Along the Way with Tom Moller - War on Police - June 3, 2017

June 3, 2017

M.C. Williams, a police officer and chaplain associated with The Centurion Law Enforcement Ministry and the Fellowship of Christian Police Officers, says the atmosphere surrounding police has changed somewhat since the new administration in Washington, but the “war on police” is continuing nevertheless.  The Centurion Law Enforcement


Along the Way with Tom Moller - John Fuller – A traveler on the road called “Learning How to Pray” - May 6, 2017

May 6, 2017

With the National Day of Prayer as a backdrop, John Fuller from Focus on the Family discusses what he’s personally been learning about prayer during the course of his everyday life.


Along the Way - Fellowship of Christian Athletes Summer Camps - April 29, 2017

April 29, 2017

The first Fellowship of Christian Athletes camp was in Estes Park.  Now there are 720 camp events in 40 states and 45 countries with 100,000 coaches and athletes of all ages from grade school through college.  Kevin Mark, state director for FCA says there’s a Christ-centered camp for every sport and every need, including many in Colorado. and


Along the Way - Update on Whistleblowers’ Planned Parenthood Videos - April 22, 2017

April 22, 2017

Bruce Hausknect, public policy analyst at Focus on the Family, details the basis for criminal charges that have been brought against David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt in California, and the implications for the abortion debate, free speech, and politicization of legal issues.


Along the Way with Tom Moller - Child Sexual Abuse in the Church - April 15, 2017

April 15, 2017

There are many misconceptions by church officials regarding sex abuse in the church.  Attorney Kimberlee Norris, co-founder of MinistrySafe, details the misconceptions that leave churches at risk, and talks about the techniques sexual predators use to win the trust of unsuspecting children and church leaders.


Along the Way with Tom Moller - Refreshment for Women in the Presence of God - April 8, 2017

April 8, 2017

The atmosphere at the Flourish Conference is one of freedom – freedom to experience a refreshment that only the Spirit of God can bring.  Hannah Ouellette is a co-pastor of Thrive Church in Parker and the organizer of the conference to be held Friday, May 12th from 7 to 11 pm at the Lone Tree Arts Center.  She describes the conference.  For more information, go online to 


Along the Way with Tom Moller - Part 2 “Still Pitching” The Movie Progress - April 1, 2017

April 1, 2017

Bill Rogan’s book “Still Pitching” about baseball’s Rick Fisher is being made into a faith-based movie.  Author Bill Rogan, Rick “The Fish” Fisher, and Movie Producer Bill Rahn detail the progress of the movie being shot in Denver about Rick’s life and conversion.