• 00:15

    Open Book:"Mennonite in a Little Black Dress" by Rhoda Janze

    in Women

    What does faith have to do with the holiday decorations in your lawn?  Did you learn everything you needed to know about wisdom and knowledge in college?  Can the devout faithful really drink wine and be considered "good"?  And folks, this is just the tip of the iceberg this week!  We hope you will join us for our discussion of the edgy novel "Mennonite in a Little Black Dress" by Rhoda Janzen! 

  • 00:32

    Janice L. Dick, "Other Side of The River"

    in Books

    Janice Dick began writing intentionally in 1989. Her historical trilogy was released in 2002, 2003 and 2004, the first two books winning First Place in the Canadian Christian Writing Awards, and the third being shortlisted for the same. Besides writing historical fiction, she has also crafted devotionals, inspirational pieces and book reviews, and put in many hours of editing, mentoring, and speaking (workshops, presentations, readings). Her first contemporary fiction manuscript awaits either publication or extensive revision, and a new historical fiction series was just released (October 2013).


    Janice was born and raised in southern Alberta, Canada into an ethnic Mennonite farm family. She was blessed with a loving and stable childhood, and lots of relatives who told stories of Russia, emigration and early life in Canada. After graduating from high school, Janice attended Bible college in Saskatchewan, where she met her future husband. They moved to a farm in central Saskatchewan after their marriage and raised three children there. They are now grandparents to ten amazing kids.

  • 01:03

    Jesus The Secret and The Law of Attraction with Beth Misner

    in Spirituality

    Join us on TheBottomLineShowLive as we broadcast Live Wednesday at 11:11 am PT/1:11 CT/2:11 pm ET with Christian author and speaker Beth Misner an ordained minister with a bachelor’s degree in theology as well as a master’s degree in theology with an emphasis in spiritual formation. She is the founder of the Journey Center Claremont, CA, a Christ-based center for spirituality, healing and wholeness.


    Beth’s own spiritual journey has planted the seed of passion within her to be an instrument of peace and grace for the seeker or believer who is not sure that their personal beliefs match what life really looks like. “All the higher education in theology and Bible knowledge in the world is not worth much if our lives aren’t transformed by what we learn,” she says.


    Beth is a Christian meditation and prayer leader as well as a certified sports nutritionist, black belt in karate, certified T'ai Chi instructor and Qi Gong student. She is also fluent in Spanish and German, the language of her Mennonite greatgrandmother, Elisabeth Kroeker. She is the author of Jesus and the Secret: Where the Word of God and the Law of Attraction Intersect, and co-author of The Misner Plan: How We Healed Cancer Naturally With Diet, Nutrition and Healthy Living.


    She and her husband, Ivan, own and operate BNI and are co-founders of the BNI Foundation, a non-profit foundation which supports children’s educational programs around the world, and the Misner Family Foundation, which raises money for nutritional medical research.


    We will talk about Jesus and the Law of Attraction-you'll be surprised at what you are about to hear! So Stay tuned! 


     

  • 01:03

    From Conservatism to Liberalism to Marxism to Pop Psychology to Jesus Christ

    in Religion

    Today's youth are caught up in something that began to express itself in the 1960s. In response, Revolution in Mind chronicles the very personal and self-revelatory story of Roger Neill's history from 1960 to 2012, providing inspiration and encouragement to all those who may be concerned by the current generation's social radicalization. From conservatism to liberalism, to Marxism, popular psychology, and eastern religion-he is redeemed to true faith. This revolutionary voyage is symbolic of what is brewing both inside and outside the church of Jesus Christ. In the modern age, the winds of doctrine blow, demanding to be discerned amidst the rise of deceptive movements engulfing the post-Christian West. About the Author: Roger Neill has a bachelor's and master's degree from Simon Fraser University, is a registered social worker in British Columbia, and has worked in community psychiatry for the Greater Vancouver Mental Health Service and Fraser Health Authority for twenty-six years. He spent seven years with the Mennonite Central Committee, working with the homeless and imprisoned mentally ill of Jamaica, and recently he has served the Israel Defense Force in a volunteer capacity. Roger has published articles in academic journals, magazines, newspapers, and currently is a blogger on international affairs. He is retired and lives in Mission, B.C. 


    Visit Roger's website at HERE  and his blog HERE.


     


     

  • 00:14

    Discipleship Jesus Style

    in Christianity

    We are talking about the Concepts of how Jesus trains us to grow spiritually, How he leads his church today under his headship and what his methods and message really is. 


    We will be talking about how he uses people to minister. The fact that all are ministers unto him, and how we are "equal in value different in function". Listen to see if this fits what you are thinking or is a new paradigm for you.


    What is God saying to his church world wide and who are his Church, is the things that we will discover on this show. 


    Discipleship Jesus Style is missions based and is now reaching into Kenya, Pakistan, India and South Africa through direct relational discipleship with people in those countries. Any support for those there would be accepted by emailing saudertim@gmail.com and letting us know if you wish to plant a seed to help others grow. 


    The presenter here is Timothy Sauder who is Apostolic (meaning we believe the early church had it right) Oneness (meaning we believe Yahshua Jesus was Yahweh in the flesh) and Mennonite ( meaning we believe in the principles handed down throught the Anabaptist tradition. Mennonites are not a denomination but a Federation of independant groups sharing a common vision of the church.)

  • 00:16

    Discipleship Jesus Style

    in Christianity

    We are talking about the Concepts of how Jesus trains us to grow spiritually, How he leads his church today under his headship and what his methods and message really is. 


    We will be talking about how he uses people to minister. The fact that all are ministers unto him, and how we are "equal in value different in function". Listen to see if this fits what you are thinking or is a new paradigm for you.


    What is God saying to his church world wide and who are his Church, is the things that we will discover on this show. 


    Discipleship Jesus Style is missions based and is now reaching into Kenya, Pakistan, India and South Africa through direct relational discipleship with people in those countries. Any support for those there would be accepted by emailing saudertim@gmail.com and letting us know if you wish to plant a seed to help others grow. 


    The presenter here is Timothy Sauder who is Apostolic (meaning we believe the early church had it right) Oneness (meaning we believe Yahshua Jesus was Yahweh in the flesh) and Mennonite ( meaning we believe in the principles handed down throught the Anabaptist tradition. Mennonites are not a denomination but a Federation of independant groups sharing a common vision of the church.)

  • 00:29

    Christian Devotions Speak UP! REBROADCAST David AR White

    in Movies

    David has been working in the entertainment industry in Los Angeles for over fifteen years. Raised in a small farming town outside of Dodge City, Kansas, David grew up the son of a Mennonite preacher.       


    After high school, David attended Moody Bible Institute in Chicago; however, he left Moody after one year and moved to Los Angeles. At the age of nineteen, without knowing anyone, and only six months after moving, David landed a recurring role on the hit CBS TV sitcom, Evening Shade for four years. He played the best friend of Burt Reynolds’s son, David, then went on to make guest appearances on such shows as: Coach, Saved by the Bell, Sisters, Melrose Place, Martial Law, and many others.


    Raised in the church, David was very familiar with Christian films, and had a passion to use his gifts and talents to make films that uplift and inspire the human spirit. In 1999, with that passion, David produced and starred in the feature-length film, The Moment After. The following year, he produced and starred in the groundbreaking film, Mercy Streets. David was nominated for a movie guide “best actor” award for his dual roles in the film. Early in 2006, David became a founding partner in the film distribution/production entity Pure Flix Entertainment. Today, Pure Flix maintains its position as the number one Christian studio, producing and distributing more films than any other studio.


    David produced and played a lead role in his latest movie, God’s not Dead. This airs the weekend after the movie releases into theatres and you can find a link at http://godsnotdeadthemovie.com.

  • 00:46

    Christian Devotions Speak UP! with David AR White

    in Christianity

    Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! as Scott talks about the new movie God’s not Dead with producer and actor David White.


    David has been working in the entertainment industry in Los Angeles for over fifteen years. Raised in a small farming town outside of Dodge City, Kansas, David grew up the son of a Mennonite preacher.       


    After high school, David attended Moody Bible Institute in Chicago; however, he left Moody after one year and moved to Los Angeles. At the age of nineteen, without knowing anyone, and only six months after moving, David landed a recurring role on the hit CBS TV sitcom, Evening Shade for four years. He played the best friend of Burt Reynolds’s son, David, then went on to make guest appearances on such shows as: Coach, Saved by the Bell, Sisters, Melrose Place, Martial Law, and many others.


    Raised in the church, David was very familiar with Christian films, and had a passion to use his gifts and talents to make films that uplift and inspire the human spirit. In 1999, with that passion, David produced and starred in the feature-length film, The Moment After. The following year, he produced and starred in the groundbreaking film, Mercy Streets. David was nominated for a movie guide “best actor” award for his dual roles in the film. Early in 2006, David became a founding partner in the film distribution/production entity Pure Flix Entertainment. Today, Pure Flix maintains its position as the number one Christian studio, producing and distributing more films than any other studio.


    David produced and played a lead role in his latest movie, God’s not Dead. This airs the weekend after the movie releases into theatres and you can find a link at http://godsnotdeadthemovie.com.

  • 00:08

    The Road to Peace

    in Politics

    Darrell Castle talks about organizations which attempt to bring peace by hindering military recruiting efforts.

  • 00:33

    Janice L. Dick, author of "Other Side of The River"

    in Books

    Janice Dick began writing intentionally in 1989. Her historical trilogy was released in 2002, 2003 and 2004, the first two books winning First Place in the Canadian Christian Writing Awards, and the third being shortlisted for the same. Besides writing historical fiction, she has also crafted devotionals, inspirational pieces and book reviews, and put in many hours of editing, mentoring, and speaking (workshops, presentations, readings). Her first contemporary fiction manuscript awaits either publication or extensive revision, and a new historical fiction series was just released (October 2013).


    Janice was born and raised in southern Alberta, Canada into an ethnic Mennonite farm family. She was blessed with a loving and stable childhood, and lots of relatives who told stories of Russia, emigration and early life in Canada. After graduating from high school, Janice attended Bible college in Saskatchewan, where she met her future husband. They moved to a farm in central Saskatchewan after their marriage and raised three children there. They are now grandparents to ten amazing kids.

  • 01:01

    Last True Church

    in Religion

    In the last days of this final dispensation of time, there is so much wickedness and compromise going forward in the false so called Christian churches. A lesbian pastor was recently the first ordained by the Mennonite Church USA, and a Pennsylvania Presbyterian church named a confessed homosexual as pastor. In a church of God? GOD FORBID! How can anyone living in that vile lifestyle claim to be saved? Is "Love the Sinner, but hate the sin recorded in the Bible." Does the doctrine save us, and if so what is that doctrine? If this is the last dispensation, where is the last true church, and where is the LAST MESSENGER who is teaching ALL the Truth and bringing the Final Message to the Acts 2:38 church? Come out of darkness into the TRUE LIGHT!

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