History is full of examples of people who put their trust in God. But can we really do the same? Our guest, Margaret Rogers, shares her own journey of learning how to trust God more fully—and the great rewards of doing so.
Financial trouble is often listed as one of the top reasons for divorce, but it doesn’t have to be. Our guests actually found that individually turning to God for answers for their money problems strengthened their marriage.
We might think of “unity” as coming together. But this week’s guest, Susan Stark, offers a more deeply grounded vision of unity: as originating in each individual’s relation to God. Listen in as she explores the spiritual foundation for finding our divinely natural oneness with each other and what this means for our families, churches, and communities.
It may seem easy to be quick to condemn others from the safety and anonymity of a computer. But such disapproval never feels good, so it can’t be right. In fact, there’s a wonderful power in not condemning and in understanding that we can be free from this oppressive mind-set no matter what. And that’s what this week’s program is all about.
Imagine hearing for the first time that spiritual healing is not a miraculous occurrence, but the natural outcome of recognizing how loved we are as God’s creation. That’s what this week’s guest discovered and experienced!