Garland Hunt, who is an expert in prison reform and senior pastor of the Father's House in Norcross, Georgia joins our host Stephen Strang to discuss how revival can break out in American prisons. Hear for this to happen, the U.S. must make some important changes to its criminal justice system.
The Bible contains a numeric code and Greek and Hebrew letters can also translate to numbers. When you study what these letters and words mean numerically, you can see mind-blowing connections. Listen as Pastor Larry Jackson says not only is this numeric code is woven throughout the Scriptures, but you can see it throughout creation.
There's a genocide taking place against the black community in America, but you won't hear about it in the media. Why? Dr. Raleigh Washington, president emeritus of Promise Keepers and pastor emeritus of the Rock of Our Salvation Church in Chicago, says it's because most people don't see it as genocide. Instead, they call it abortion. Listen to this interview hear more of Dr. Washington's insights that could make a difference in our country.
Why drift through life with no vision or goals? Host Stephen Strang helps you grow successfully in business, leadership, or personally by giving you the tools needed to define and write down your visions and goals. Hear three things a goal must have and three critical techniques to use to make your goals powerful.
Pastor Kevin Williams, who leads New Jerusalem Cathedral in Greensboro, North Carolina, says most people, including many Christians, don't know their own history. As a result, he says, it blinds them to what God is doing in our nation now through Trump.
In honor of Black History Month, host Stephen Strang interviews Bishop George Bloomer. Listen as they discuss one of the major issues Bishop Bloomer sees in America right now, the stereotype that all black people are Democrats.
With Black History Month in February, host Stephen Strang talks with Nina May, who wrote, produced and directed the Emancipation, Revelation, Revolution documentary about the history of America's civil rights movement. May reflects on some of the history of America's two main political parties that is not often taught in schools today. She also sees striking similarities between abortion and slavery in the devaluing of human life. Listen and prayerfully consider how you should vote this November.
Alexandra Rodriguez, a Christian American teaching English in China, was quarantined in Wuhan due to the coronavirus until she prayed and the U.S. government finally got her out of the country. Listen to her first media interview since arriving in the U.S. detailing that the dangerous virus, known as COVID-19, could be much worse than is being reported.
Listen as Dr. George O. Wood shares how thousands of charismatic Christians are set to gather in Jerusalem this year during Pentecost weekend for Empowered21's Jerusalem2020. Hear about the Pentecostal movement around the world and how during services, several people will give their testimonies of what God has done through the Spirit in their lives.
This eye-opening interview with Pastor Frank Amedia, offers some exclusive information about this quickly spreading virus. He addresses the confusion on the numbers of people infected and stories of healing as people turn to the church. Hear Pastor Amedia's prayer at the end and how you can be praying too.
As millions of people celebrate love on Valentine's Day today, a law office in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, is offering free divorces. It's time we remember the real meaning behind this love-focused holiday. Larry Tomczak, a cultural commentator, says that Valentine's Day didn't start out as a secular celebration. Hear Tomczak tells the story of how it actually has Christian roots that go back to a martyr named St. Valentine.
Missionary Dennis Balcombe reports on what's behind the deadly coronavirus, now classified as COVID-19. Host Stephen Strang asks how the church is responding to this virus and what impact it's having on believers assembling together. Will coronavirus cause a revival? Find out what Pastor Balcombe has to say. He also reports on healing of the coronavirus through prayer.
Shift the way you think, feel and behave in your marriage. Dr. Doug Weiss, a Christian psychologist in Colorado discusses the significance of passion and intimacy in marriage. He says couples lose it by moving to focusing on the function of marriage. Listen to learn more on how you can become the lover again to your spouse from Weiss's book "Lover Spouse."
A new Christian film is coming out this Valentine's Day, and it is a must-see for believers. The indie romantic comedy, called First Lady: A Modern Fairytale, follows a woman who is not married to the president as she runs for first lady. Stephen Strang talks to the movie's writer, producer and director, Nina May, for an inside look at the film.
Feb. 9 Christian cardiologist Dr. Chauncey Crandall held a "Healing & Encounter Night." Hundreds of people attended the event, which was held at the Tanah Keeta Scout Reservation in Tequesta, Florida. Listen as Stephen Strang speaks in-depth with Dr. Crandall about this anointed evening.
What if you were told a huge asteroid was going to hit the earth on Friday, April 13, 2029. Would you believe it? End-times expert Tom Horn believes one of the end-times prophecies in Revelation 8 foretells of "Wormwood" striking the earth and causing plagues and darkness. Listen as he explains to host Stephen Strang why exactly this biblical Wormwood is actually an asteroid.
You can read more about Tom Horn's revelation and research in his book "The Wormwood Prophecy."
Listen as host Stephen Strang gives his perspective on this historic speech and why it confirms Christians need to vote for Trump's reelection in 2020.
Frank Amedia shares he still believes Trump will win this year's election and explains this impeachment is a political abortion. He warns Christian to continue in prayer that politicians do not get weary from the continued hits of this devouring spirit before the local, state and federal 2022 elections.
Practice what the Bible says about leadership in the home and in the office. Host Stephen Strang welcomes Dr. Steve Greene, executive producer of the Charisma Podcast Network, to talk about how to love people while being tough on standards and systems. Inspired by Dr. Greene's book, "Love Leads," you want to challenge yourself as a Christian to approach leadership in a way that is truly led by the Lord.