Discover new ways to show and share the love of Jesus to a broken and a hurting world. Join Ed Stetzer in an engaging discussion of todays cultural trends.
Challenges for Young People in the Culture
As our young people navigate this world, they're facing so many challenges today in our culture and world. Lincoln Christian University President Silas McCormick and Campus Pastor Brian Lowery join Ed Stetzer to talk about the issues our young people are facing amidst a culture of radical change.
Life Lessons and Love Languages
He's the man who taught us the five love languages. Dr. Gary Chapman. Ed Stetzer sits down and talks with him about his road to discovering these languages that have helped him personally and millions of others... and his journey since then on Ed Stetzer Live.
Understanding our Neighbors
Racial tensions have peaked in our cities and communities over the last year. So how do we walk in each other's shoes? Ed Stetzer talks with Transform Minnesota's Carl Nelson and Rev. Richard Coleman about what the church is doing in Minnesota to bridge the racial divide and reach an understanding for each other on Ed Stetzer Live.
Telling Stories of Faith
Art like film and music often shapes our vision of society. Steve Greisen has spent his life using film to tell stories of faith. Ed Stetzer talks with him about some of his favorite past projects and what he's working on now... to reach people for Christ.
Helping those in Crisis
How do you move someone in a desperate situation or crisis into a life flourishing and full of purpose? Citygate Network's John Ashmen says it comes through life transformation, and that comes through knowing Christ. He talks with Ed Stetzer about the work his group does to help transform those in crisis and show them a new life they can have in Christ.
The Easter Miracle
As we prepare for Easter, we look at Christ's life and those final weeks of his ministry. Ed Stetzer talks with author Daniel Darling about the ordinary people who witnessed Christ's miraculous death and resurrection and what it meant then... and now on Ed Stetzer Live.