Kevin Shive from Rocky Mountain Police Chaplains gives a behind-the-scenes look at the work and worth of chaplains who help police in Colorado. For more information, go to RMPoliceChaplains.org.
Train this summer with 6-time world record holder Jim Ryun in a Christian atmosphere this summer at the Jim Ryun Running Camp in Colorado Springs. Jim discusses the goal for the camp, Camp Director Drew Ryun gives an inside look at running the camps, and two former campers talk about their work as camp counselors. RyunRunning.com
Allie Card from Family Promise of Greater Denver describes how churches can help with real solutions for homeless families with children. FamilyPromiseofGreaterDenver.org
Kevin Mark, the Colorado State Director for Fellowship of Christian Athletes, tells how he came to know Christ while a kicker for the Colorado State football team. The website for the Fellowship in Colorado is FCAcolorado.org
Along the Way with Tom Moller - 7 Critical Issues that Define the State of Our Nation - Dec. 31, 2016
Jim Denison from the Christian think tank, The Denison Forum on Truth and Culture, compares prevailing attitudes about the 7 most prominent political and social issues of our time with what Scripture says about those issues. Find out more about The Denison Forum online at DenisonForum.org.
Janet McCracken and Ed Beard from “The Employer’s Edge” train and coach future and existing business leaders and pastors. Website, TheEmployersEdge.com
There’s more to “Identity Theft” than stealing financial information. There’s identity theft through bullying, sexual abuse, poking fun at how a person looks or acts, and other things that make a person feel like a non-person. That kind of identity theft can effect a person for years and years. Barb Murphy from Cans for Hope serves Jesus Christ in restoring a victim’s identity.
The book profiles the lives of 16 very accomplished people who were adopted. In the interview on “Along the Way,” Paul gives his evidence that these people didn’t succeed in spite of being adopted, but were successful because of being adopted. Adoption puts order into what previously was a chaotic life.
Part 2 of Morgan’s description of how Faith Comes By Hearing reaches parts of the world that are illiterate or are oral learners.
Most of the people in half of other parts of the world are illiterate and are oral learners. That means they respond better to hearing the Word of God instead of reading it. The organization, Faith Comes By Hearing, records the Word of God by people who are native to the cultures receiving the audios. Audios are also available to people in this country who have encounters with people from another country, such as taxi drivers, enabling the sharing of the Gospel in their own language at the push of a button.