Feature Reports

Inside Out- Forgiving a Father's Murderer

09.23.15 | Martha Manikas-Foster

When we forgive “we do truly become free,” according to Inside Out guest Laurie Coombs, author of “Letters from My Father’s Murderer.”

Inside Out- Single Mothers in the Church

09.09.15 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Lori Harding helps the church see the single mothers among us, and find ways to offer help. Harding is the founder South Florida's "Hope and Help for Single Moms."

Inside Out- Not Meant to Stay Broken

08.26.15 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Christians aim to live authentically. But Cynthia Ruchti warns against making brokenness fashionable, since Jesus came to make the wounded whole. Ruchti’s new book is Tattered and Mended: the Art of Healing the Wounded Soul.

Inside Out- Do We See with God’s Eyes?

08.12.15 | Martha Manikas-Foster

In a culture that accuses Christians of being judgmental, Margot Starbuck suggests ways believers in Jesus might evaluate if they are loving others as God loves them.

Inside Out- Grace for Women with a Prenatal Diagnosis

07.29.15 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Micha Boyett talks about showing grace to the pregnant women around us who may be carrying a child with a troubling prenatal diagnosis.

Inside Out- Christians in Kenya

07.17.15 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Kenyan pastor and educator Dr. Moses Wanyonyi discusses the targeted attacks on the church in his county and how western Christians can pray.

Inside Out- Escape Comparison-Living

07.01.15 | Martha Manikas-Foster

We compare our lives to the lives of others and come up short. Kay Wills Wyma encourages and equips us to be happy for the very people we’re tempted to envy.

Inside Out- Fighting Fear?

06.17.15 | Martha Manikas-Foster

God’s love puts fear into perspective. Dan Baumann, a missionary who was imprisoned in Iran, is the author of “A Fresh Look at Fear: Encountering Jesus in our Weakness.”

Inside Out- Teens and the Internet

06.03.15 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Advances in technology and easy access to the internet put teens at a disadvantage, but parents can help, according to Dr. Kathy Koch, author of “Screens and Teens.”

Inside Out- When Being Frugal Becomes Idolatry

05.20.15 | Martha Manikas-Foster

When we focus on saving money, we run the risk of making an idol out of being frugal. Our guest is Cherie Lowe, who blogs as the Queen of Free and is the author of “Slaying the Debt Dragon.”

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