Throughout the past 2 years, we have heard the term “religious liberty” more than ever before. But when we, the Seventh-day Adventist Church, talk about Religious Liberty–what do we mean? How can we defend religious liberty–not just for our members, but for everyone. This week, Jennifer and Sam sit down with Orlan Johnson and Jennifer Woods to talk about why understanding religious liberty and its role is so important to Christians today.
Habits can be hard to make. We know we want to live healthier, happier lives but sometimes we’re not sure where to start and we’re disappointed when we fail. How do we create healthy habits? How do we prioritize what is important to us and what boundaries we need to create? This week, Sam and Jennifer talk to Dr. Dee Knight about how to create and stick to our healthy habits.
You’ve had Covid-19 but you are having a hard time getting back to work, back to school, back into your daily grind. The symptoms are continuing to linger. You are experiencing what some are calling “long covid” or “long-haul covid”. How can we minister to those experiencing long-haul Covid? How can we love our family, friends and fellow church members better? This week Sam and Jennifer sit down with Dr. Peter Landless, health ministries director for the Seventh-day Adventist World Church, about long-haul covid and the impact it’s having on our community.
Sometimes we take the books of the Bible, and read them as if they are their own separate piece of literature. Forgetting that what happens in the beginning, has far reaching consequences and is reference throughout the entirety of Scripture. This week, Sam and Jennifer talk to Benji Maxon about how to read the first book of the Bible, why it’s important and how to see the stories played out throughout the whole of Scripture.
Are you looking to develop a deeper, longer lasting relationship with your child? Maybe you’re worried they are having too much screen time and not enough quality time with their friends or family. Maybe you’re worried you are spending too much time on your phone, at work, or busy with day-to-day life to truly connect with your child. This week Sam and Jennifer talk to adolescent and child psychiatrist Marissa Leslie about ways to strengthen your relationship with your children.
Are you single? Maybe you’re looking for a spouse? Maybe you’ve been widowed or divorced? Or maybe, you just don’t feel called by God to be married! No matter why you are single, sometimes it can be hard and lonely. This week Jennifer and Sam talk to director of Focus Ministries, Andrea Hicks, to talk about how to find a blessing in your season of singleness.
What does it mean to be successful? Does it mean you have a powerful job or you make a lot of money? For a Christian who lives in this world, with a society driven to succeed at any cost, it can be hard to determine what success means to them. This week, Sam Neves and Jennifer Stymiest talk to Pavel Goia about what success means to him. You won’t want to miss this episode!
Dating is hard! What kind of person are we looking for and how can we be open to meeting someone? This week is a “girls chat” but we hope even the guys will stay with us! We talk about dating–what it’s like, what we are looking for and some of our red flags.This is just the start of a conversation we’re going to have with women and men. If you have questions you’d like to have answered–ask in the comments. We look forward to hearing from you!
Today, people might tell you that truth is relative. We can agree to disagree. What’s right for me might not be right for you. But what impact does this have on our faith, on the way we read the Bible, on our relationship with hope? This week, Sam and Jennifer talk to Karl Wilcox about post-modernism, truth and how to approach reading the Bible.