The Persecution of Sarah Liu
This podcast is a replay of the amazing story of Sarah Liu. Xianzhi "Sarah" Liu was a member of the underground church in China. She was captured and tortured because she would not sign a confession that would also endanger fellow believers. On this show Sarah describes her days in captivity, and how Christ's death on the cross sustained her. Also, watch "Sarah's Trail of Blood" to hear more about her story.
What do you think of when you hear the word leadership? Do you think power, control or position? Janis Bragan Balda comes to PeaceTalk to discuss how leadership is really defined, the issues of leadership and what is means to be a follower. Janis Balda and her husband Wesley D. Balda, authored the book THE HANDBOOK FOR BATTERED LEADERS, and it can be purchased through the link below.
Diversity and Peace
How can a church with so much diversity economically and racially be successful? Pastor Deb Richardson-Moore joins PeaceTalk to tell her story about being called to Triune Mercy Center in Greenville, SC. Pastor Deb has written a book that you can purchase through the link below called THE WEIGHT OF MERCY.
True Kingdom Life
What do you think of when you hear "Kingdom of God?" Do you think of words like power, authority and reign? We all have an idea of what those words mean, but would Jesus attach the same words to His kingdom? Mark Van Steenwyk, author of "The UNkingdom of God," joins the PeaceTalk audience to talk about what Jesus showed us about His kingdom, and how that should change our hearts and lives. "The Unkingdom of God" is available for purchase through the link below.
Coptic Christianity and Martyrdom
What is Coptic Christianity? Are they believers in Jesus Christ? They are being threatened in countries in the Middle East and Egypt all the time, but what does that have to do with you? Cindy Youssef joins the PeaceTalk family to tell us what Coptic Christianity is and why their suffering around the world should matter to us.