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PJC Media is a network focused on real Christian talk about issues that affect every day of our lives. From culture and arts, to politics, and devotions, PJC Media exists to invigorate the Christian culture with thought provoking, wholesome, and educational broadcasts and programming.

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Childhood. A time of endless discoveries and extraordinary dreams. Not all discoveries are pleasant, however, and some dreams prowl as wild-eyed nightmares. We who survived our youth did so by journeying through carrion wilderness, with life preying upon our innocence and wonder. Monsters ever hunted us, for monsters prefer the taste of children. Sticks and Stones is a collection of dark, fantastical stories about those most vulnerable years. First heartaches. First goodbyes. First encounters with death and depravity. Revisit childhood and learn why we're never supposed to tell lies. Why we don't talk to strangers. And why we never, ever wander into the woods alone. Join me as I chat with returning guest co-host and contributor C.W. Briar as we talk about his newest release; Sticks and Stone: Tales of Childhood Horror on Tuesday, May 24th at 7 PM Eastern. Listen in at 646-668-8485. Follow PJC Media on podcast platforms everywhere. Or, click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/12098360
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We have always been taught to avoid failure... but what if I were to tell you that failure is the beginning of your success? Failure teaches us and helps us grow in this thing call ourselves. From failure we learn solutions, and other important... more

THE MAN WHO THOUGHT HE COULD FLY is a wildly entertaining and deeply thought-provoking collection of short stories filled with drama, intrigue, suspense, and allegory, all cleverly delivered in the familiar Twilight Zone-style... more

What are the pain points that stop you from having freedom? Is it stress, fatigue, hurry, loneliness, lack of purpose, health issues, private sins, burnout, weak faith and other things we can point out that hinder the pathway to freedom. As... more

According to the University of Oxford for 2017, thiis study estimates that 792 million people lived with a mental health disorder. * 1 in 5 adults experience mental illness each year * 1 in 6 U.S. youth aged 6-17 experience a mental... more

Take a leap of faith into a world unlike any you have ever known, one where mankind still remembers its foundations and all the earth is clothed in perpetual springtime. Here, angels and demons wage war for the souls of mankind, and... more

Late last year, I saw a post that horrified me. My good friend, Heather Hart, had come down with COVID. She would be in the hospital for 31 days and would discover who the true Healer was as she battled the sickness. I can remember... more

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Tennessee just introduced a bill that would establish a new type of marriage - one that would not have any minimum age requirements. HB 0233 was introduced by Tom Leatherwood a Republican, in February, and has slowly made its way... more

Here are10 reasons why we should get vaccinated: 1.) vaccine-preventable diseases have not gone away. The viruses and bacteria that cause illness and death still exist and can be passed on to those who are not protected... more

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