THEJOHNCARVERSHOW

I Believe In You

×  

Follow This Show

Stay in the know about new episodes and updates.
The John Carver Show is a "self-help/self development" forum that provides tools, ideas and concepts to help listeners reach their goals in life.

Upcoming Broadcasts

Nicola Menzie writes, " Nick Vujicic, a Christian evangelist born without limbs who has inspired millions around the globe with his story of faith and perseverance, is using his new book, Stand Strong, to speak to the 3.2 million U.S. teens, and countless others around the globe, who say they have been bullied. "This is written specifically to teenagers sort of in their language. I'm very passionate about the standing strong against bullying message," Vujicic told The Christian Post. Vujicic's passion for the subject stems from his own experiences with being bullied as a child due to being born with no arms and no legs, a condition called tetra-amelia syndrome. The Australian-born evangelist has often testified of dealing with depression and attempting suicide at age 10 due to his disabilities and being targeted by bullies. Vujicic: I just tell teenagers everywhere that if three people tell you you're a bully, then you're a bully. Pretty simple, right? Even sometimes we hear someone gossiping about someone and we laugh along with it… If I start a fire in a room and you help me spread the fire, you're just as bad as I. Knowing that we don't know what our victims are going through at home, we don't know what's going on in their mind and their heart, I don't want to be someone's reason to hate their life. I want to be someone's reason to seek something more in their life. You can get more information about Nick at http://www.lifewithoutlimbs.org/
Reminder Edit Reminder

On-Demand Episodes

The late Zig Ziglar has been one of my teachers via his books and audio material for over twenty years. On today's show I am sharing part of his seminar called "How to be a Winner." SUCCESS CAN BE YOURS WITH ZIG ZIGLAR'S HOW... more

The Speed of Trust is a book I read a few years back and it helped me see the importance of trust in every relationship. Today's show features a short talk by the author Stephen M. R. Covey where he shares just the highlights of how critical... more

Jimmy and Karen Evans are the founders of Marriage Today (http://www.marriagetoday.com/about/jimmy-karen/) Since founding MarriageToday in 1994, Jimmy and Karen Evans have encouraged and coached countless... more

I've met tons of people who struggle with "I'm not good enough." I, still, struggle with it from time to time. In this show I share a sermon called "You're Not Just..." There is a constant theme throughout the Bible that so many people did not... more

I was, first, introduced to Chris Widener (http://chriswidener.com/) by watching videos and listening to audio material by people like Jim Rohn, Brian Tracy, Denis Waitley and others. Chris' book "The Angel Inside" transformed my thinking.... more

Back in the 1990's I heard a talk given by Dave Stone on Jesus living in a modern neighborhood. Mark 10:35–45 offers several reasons why we should be servants in our community, in our work environment, and in the neighborhood in... more

I know you have had people in your life that dance on your last nerve. Some people you just can't figure out. Brian Tracy (www.briantracy.com) has been one of my mentors for over twenty years. I have many of his books and quite a... more

Today's Show is about laziness from a Biblical perspective. It's a recording of a sermon I shared recently that has received quite a bit of attention. Hardworking, capable, prove yourself; diligent Faithfulness results in promotion and greater... more

There is something about the teaching of Dr. David Jeremiah. In this show Dr. Jeremiah is sharing a Christian's point of view of Heaven. He talks about how the human body, according to the Bible, changes if you are a Christian. Notes from... more

Empathy is doing something for someone and not just feeling sorry for them. Empathy as about getting our needs responded to. Ms. Reiss says, "Empathy is like, getting underneath the skin of another person, to merge temporarily... more

Comments

 comments