Our guest was the Saigon correspondent for *The Christian Science Monitor* during the Vietnam War. During that time, she and two of her journalist colleagues were captured by insurgents and held for 40 days. She shares how prayer defined her.
s it possible that life goes beyond what we see with our eyes and feel with our fingers? Listen in as Julie shares what she’s learned about everyday divinity and how prayer has opened a window for her into God-centered reality, and how it can for you, too
When it feels like the world is a mess, is it naive to think that God is still here … or can
somehow help? Our guest shares her own journey in getting to know—and experience— the divine power that, she says, is reliable help we can turn to and lean on no matter how big the problem.
Is there a valid reason to have hope for something better when things seem to go from bad to worse? This week’s guest spent some time researching hope and has put into practice how it greases the wheels for increased and lasting good. Guest: Hilary Harper-Wilcoxen
The news coming out of emergency situations often features images of first responders. But for this 9-1-1 dispatcher, a split second of turning to God as she snapped into action proved time and again that there’s a place for a *spiritual* first response—and that God’s help really is there in an emergency. Guest: Diana Davis Butler
From the pandemic to political division to climate disasters, today’s news begs the question “Where is God when bad things happen?” And if God is here, why doesn’t it seem to make a difference? Our guest shares a view of God that can help you experience the kind of stability we all want these days. Guest: Scott Preller