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Inside Out 323: Christians in the Middle East

12.17.14 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Many Christians in the Middle East face severe persecution. Todd Nettleton talks about persecution, displacement--and conversion—in the Middle East. Nettleton works with The Voice of the Martyrs, spreading the news of Christian persecution and helping those who face it.

Inside Out 322: Wilderness Journey During the Holidays

12.03.14 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Christmas may be difficult if you’re in a personal “wilderness.” Marlena Graves assures us that God can redeem our most difficult times--and bring beauty out of our wilderness experiences. Her book is A Beautiful Disaster: Finding Hope in the Midst of Brokenness.

Inside Out 321: Faith that Sticks

11.18.14 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Rick Schenker talks about developing critical thinking skills—a key characteristic of young people who continue to find value in the church after they leave home. Schenker is President and CEO of Ratio Christi, a university campus-based, Christian apologetics organization.

Inside Out 320: Avoiding Helicopter Parenting

11.05.14 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Join Dr. Michael Lastoria, the Director of Counseling Services at western New York’s Houghton College, as we talk about how parents help their children mature when they give them space to make their own decisions.

Inside Out 319: Domestic Violence

10.22.14 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Join guest Justin Holcomb, co-author of the new book Is It My Fault?: Hope and Healing for Those Suffering Domestic Violence. We talk about the motivation behind domestic abuse, the reasons victims stay, and the good news that Jesus brings hope and healing into this darkness. “You’re now His, ...

Inside Out 318: Regret

10.08.14 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Regret is lowering the quality of life for Baby Boomers as they age, according to a recent survey. But for Christians, guest Michelle Van Loon believes these same regrets can be the gateway to a truly abundant life.

Inside Out 317: What Happened to Wedding Vows?

06.11.14 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Catherine Parks talks about the foundation of the vows we choose to begin a marriage. She is co-author of the book A Christ Centered Wedding and author of the blog post "What Happened to Wedding Vows?”

Inside Out 316: Singles Helping Orphans

06.04.14 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Jamie Calloway-Hanauer discusses ways single Christians can help children in the foster care system—children who are, in many ways, orphans. She’s the author of “Six Ways Single Christians Can Help the Orphans.”

Inside Out 315: The Farm as a Place to Teach about Death

05.28.14 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Writer Christiana N. Peterson is teaching her children not to fear death--that it’s a natural part of life. She talks about her blog, “How Farm Life Taught Our Kids About Death."

Inside Out 314: Boko Haram in Nigeria

05.20.14 | Martha Manikas-Foster

What do we need to know about Boko Haram, the Nigerian terrorist group that abducted hundreds of school girls? Our guests are Sarah Margon, of Human Rights Watch, and Dr. David Curry, of Open Doors USA.

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