How a near-death drinking binge led a student on a quest into big questions, biblical worldview and the desire to reach the mind and hearts of today’s students. Enjoy Dr. Hunter Baker’s story!
How can vulnerability and weakness lead to hope? An athletic Canadian, Lincoln Nikkel, shares his story of dealing with epilepsy and a loving family and God.
In a time of escalating tensions with Communism and culture wars, President Reagan and AG Edwin Meese were know as leaders of strong faith, civility and courage. Here, General Meese shares with Kelly Kullberg his family's humble, Lutheran heritage and professional journey through Yale to the Department of Justice and Reagan White House. [...]
Dave Sterrett, shares his journey from basketball to Jesus Christ and Christian apologetics that reach many with "disruptive truth." Powerful and beautiful!
Coming to faith in Christ through his father's death, Audris Narbutas hopes to help his nation recover from the dehumanizing influences of atheistic Communism. Love motivates Audris to speak up for faith, family and freedom ... for the whole person and society.
Seeking biblical wisdom for human flourishing, we met Enrique and Andres at Acton University in Michigan. Their hope is to help restore faith, justice and economic freedom in their beloved Venezuela.
Monty Lobb is a beloved public policy expert, professor and wise mentor at Ohio Christian University. He introduces us to his video series called Enduring Principles.
Fr. Johannes Jacobse has "hostile" to faith. Pondering a world without meaning, his questions led him to Jesus Christ. He became an Orthodox priest and now, empathetic with those in despair, "pulls people out of the fire."
Father Stephen Sakpaku shares his story of coming to faith and now serving people in rural African poverty. We met him at Acton University in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where we learn the theology of personhood, vocation and economic creativity.
Challenging liberal Catholics at an early age, brilliant author and satirist, John Zmirak, is known for his intelligent courage. He writes most days at Stream.org. His books include The Politically Incorrect Guide to Catholicism (and to Immigration). Enjoy!