Ep. 1 – Before John Newton wrote Amazing Grace, he was a slave trader. But how did the Lord finally transform this people-stealer into an abolitionist?
Ep. 2 – William Wilberforce was born into a life of privilege in England. But after meeting Jesus, he decided to use his influence to help end the slave trade.
Ep. 3 – He was forced into slavery at the age of 10, bought his freedom in his twenties, and then traveled the world. But he only found true freedom when he met Jesus. A Christian Historian joins Charles Morris on the program to reflect on the life of Olaudah Equiano.
Ep. 4 – Are all people made in God’s image? And does this mean we’re all equal in the Lord’s sight? Join Charles Morris to think through these important questions.
Ep. 5 – Grace overcomes our sin, but it can also help us overcome our hatred. Join Charles Morris as he discusses God’s love for humanity, and how that changes everything.
Juana Mikels Offers Hope for Broken Marriages
One of the saddest statistics about marriage is its bleak success rate in the western world. Even in the church, marriages end at an alarmingly high percentage. But on today’s episode of the Great S ...Learn More