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Full Episode: December 11, 2017
Jami Amerine, Logan Gates, Shelly Johnson
Jami Amerine / STOLEN JESUS
Jami Amerine's new book , "Stolen Jesus" takes readers through her own personal journey down the path of discovering the truth of what it looks like to love Jesus and to live in the reality of our everyday lives, messes and all.
Robbie Symons / "CHRISTMAS STORIES" - MARY
Robbie starts off this week of Bible Teaching talking about the many people involved in the Christmas Story.
Logan Gates of RZIM / CONTEMPLATING CHRISTMAS
Logan Gates is an apologist and speaker for Ravi Zacharias International Ministries. Today he talks about Christmas: is it good news, or fake news?
Joy to the World - Christ Alone // SHELLY E. JOHNSON
Shelly E. Johnson performs "Joy to the World/Christ Alone."
December 11 / 100 WORDS
Today's reading with Ron Mainse is from Ecclesiastes 7-9 and Ecclesiastes 9:10 is the key verse.
December 10 / 100 WORDS
Today's reading with Ron Mainse is from Ecclesiastes 4-6 and Ecclesiastes 5:2 is the key verse.
December 9 / 100 WORDS
Today's reading with Ron Mainse is from Ecclesiastes 1-3 and Ecclesiastes 1:2 & 3:11 are the key verses.
Alycia Wood of RZIM / OUR WHOLE WORLD'S ABOUT TO CHANGE
Alycia Wood is an apologist and speaker for Ravi Zacharias International Ministries.
Ivan Wapenisk / FIRST PEOPLES VOICES
Ivan Wapenisk shares his incredible story of forgiveness with Maggie John.
Barry Chalifoux / FIRST PEOPLES VOICES
Maggie John speaks with Barry Chalifoux about his suicide attempt at the age of 9 and the message of hope that he found in God.
God With Us / NEVER ALONE
Robbie Symons teaches from part 1 of this week's teaching series "Never Alone." Robbie explains that God is always with us.
Never Alone // KEVIN PAULS AND ROY OOMMEN
Kevin and Roy bring us this song as we continue our message of Never Alone especially as we head into the Christmas Season.
Mental Health at Christmas / DR. GRANT MULLEN
Lorna Dueck and Dr. Grant Mullen speak about some of the mental health challenges that can become more pronounced during the Christmas season.