Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Dr. David Reagan - Lamb and Lion Ministries - The Old City - Pilgrimage 7

Visit the Old City of Jerusalem as Dr. David Reagan takes you on a tour of Israel on the show Christ in Prophecy.

CTVN - Mom Talk - Christmas

Discussion on the Felt needs of a mom’s heart during Christmas. Pressure to create a magical Christmas.

100 Huntley Street - Opioids - Drug Addictions

Opioids are a class of drugs that include the illicit drug heroin as well as the licit prescription pain. relievers oxycodone, hydrocodone, codeine, morphine, fentanyl and others.

Christmas Music - Matthew West - The Heart of Christmas

Matthew West plays "The Heart of Christmas" during K-LOVE Music City Christmas.

Hymns of the Church - Alan Jackson - The Old Rugged Cross

George Bennard the author of the hymn: "The Old Rugged Cross", was born in Youngstown, Ohio. He was the son of a coal miner. George Bennard soon moved to Albia, Iowa, and then, Lucas, Iowa. It was there that young George made his personal acceptance of Christ as his Savior.

In 1913, George Bennard was struggling with a problem that caused him much suffering. His mind was focused on Christ's anguish at the cross. It was in Albion, Michigan, that he started to write this song, but he struggled for weeks with the words and melody that he wrote. Initially the only words that would come to him were: "I'll cherish the old rugged cross." He was planning church sermons for engagements in New York when he found that the message of the cross was growing stronger and stronger for him. Then he made a second attempt to complete the song. Finally, he finished, then excitedly called his wife and played and sang the completed song over the telephone.

On June 7, 1913 George Bennard introduced the new hymn at the church house in Pokagon, Michigan. "The Old Rugged Cross," soon became one of the most popular hymns of the century. He then continued to travel to churches for forty years. The last years of his life were spent just north of Reed City, Michigan. Today near his home, there still stands a twelve foot high cross bearing the words, "The Old Rugged Cross, Home Of George Bennard, Composer Of This Beloved Hymn".

He died on October 9, 1958. in Reed City, Michigan, at the age of eighty-five, George Bennard's burial and resting place is at the Inglewood Park Cemetery in Inglewood, California in Los Angeles County, USA.




Tuesday, December 6, 2016

CBN News - Abortion - Protecting the Unborn

On this edition of CBN News Showcase, we take you behind the scenes of the organizations that are powering the current pro-life movement in America. Join us as we pray for the unborn and believe for the end of the abortion industry.

Christmas - Mark Lowry - Mary Did You Know

Mark Lowry wrote the words in 1984 when his pastor asked him to write the program for the living Christmas tree choir presentation. The music was written by Buddy Greene. Michael English was the first recording artist to record and release 'Mary, Did You Know?" on his debut album titled Michael English which was released on January 1, 1992. Country music artist Kathy Mattea recorded her version of the song in 1993 for her Christmas album "Good News", thus giving the song its first widespread exposure to Country radio.

CBN News - Planned Parenthood - Margaret Sanger - The Racist Roots of Planned Parenthood

Exposing Margaret Sanger: The Racist Roots of Planned Parenthood.

700 Club - Christmas - Max Lucado - The Remarkable Gift of Christmas

Best-selling author Max Lucado shares why he loves Christmas, and answers the question, "What does the birth of a baby in a manger have to do with me?"

Country Gospel - Alan Jackson - Amazing Grace

Music video by Alan Jackson performing Amazing Grace.

Monday, December 5, 2016

The Chat - Priscilla Shirer - Nancy Alcorn - Mercy Multiplied 2

After an eight year career working with juvenile delinquent girls, Nancy Alcorn became passionate about helping young women break free of many harmful, addictive behaviors and find freedom in Christ. She formed Mercy Ministries, now Mercy Multiplied, a nonprofit Christian residential program that is free of charge to young women ages 13-28 and exists to help residents "stop destructive cycles, discover purpose for their lives, and become productive and thriving individuals." Join us as we hear more from Nancy about all God has done through this ministry, the future of Mercy Ministries, and powerful testimonies from several graduates of the program.


CTVN - Mom Talk - Mom Talk: What Are Your Greatest Fears

What are your greatest fears as a mom and as a woman? Do you have a story about a time you were overcome with fear? How did/do you practically battle fear? What does brave look like for you? What scriptures do you go to when you're afraid?