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She was a lukewarm Christian searching for meaning in her life. She didn't know she could find it on television.
Pregnancy weight is tough to get rid of long after the baby is born. However, Arlene knows how busy moms can shed the pounds.
In St. Louis, there’s a youth group that is going high tech and beyond the walls of the church to get out the gospel.
A workplace hazard left Judith with three months to live, but that's not the report that God had planned.
The secret to a longer life may be in the tea you drink or the chocolate you eat. Dr. Maroon discusses the mystery ingredient.
Do you think all carbs are bad? Is belly fat a good thing? Dr. Lori Johnson sheds light on weight loss.
America's Health and Lifestyle Coach discusses how to break through weight loss plateaus and gets on the mini-trampoline.
This church in downtown Houston, Texas, is helping the homeless community.
The author of “Shopper’s Guide to Healthy Living” shows you how to make cleansers that aren't toxic for your family.
Pat talks with George Thomas about Tiananmen Square Anniversary, and Missy Chase Lapine, author of “The Sneaky Chef to the Rescue”, demonstrates how to get kids to eat healthy.
Got picky eaters? The Sneaky Chef gives recipes that will have your kids eating healthier without even knowing it.
Nasir Iqbal had brain damage after an attack. He had a vision of Christ while in a coma. Also, Gordon and Terry pray for a woman who is over-spending and over-eating and a woman who feels under attack.
Drugs caused Ralph to lose everything, and his only sanctuary was a mental ward. It took a dream to jolt him back to reality.
Matt and Suzy of “The Biggest Loser” discuss how they have lost weight and how Matt changed his heart and life.
Christine Avanti discusses how to eat different kinds of healthy foods to stay fit.
Bodybuilder Ron Williams will discuss how his faith helped him overcome an eating disorder and find success in lasting weight loss.
Jim Karas will discuss fitness and how a positive change in our habits can translate into weight loss and more energy.
Lorie Johnson shows how some foods belong in the hall of fame and others in the hall of shame.