Mantenerse positivo frente a la negatividad

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Mantenerse positivo en el mundo de hoy puede ser un desafío, pero la Biblia nos muestra cómo superar esa negatividad que podría influir en nosotros.

(Staying positive in today’s world can be a challenge, but the Bible shows us how to overcome the negativity that might influence us.)

Growing up CODA – Lessons Learned from Growing Up CODA – Part 3

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It’s part 3 of our Growing Up CODA series and our season finale. Because of the great feedback from the first two episodes and the request of our viewers, you’ll meet the parents of the David Brothers. They’ll answer viewer questions on how they overcame parenting challenges and how they raised two sons to be God fearing young men. For parts 2 and 3, go to the Making Changes show page.

Growing up CODA – Transition to Adulthood – Part 2

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It’s part 2 of our interview with the David Brothers, who were both CODA (children of deaf adults).. Despite their love for their parents, learn how their change in perspective inspired them to answer God’s call to the holy ministry. How did the brothers come to this decision and how did their parents react? And find out how they are helping the deaf community today.

Growing up CODA – Child of Deaf Adults – Part 1

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A healthy parent-child relationship is not easy, but what more when both parents are deaf? Listen to an inspiring story that shows how parents’ actions have more impact than their words. It’s a story of two brothers whose not-so-typical childhood shaped and changed their faith, preparing them for their life’s purpose. This episode includes sign language interpretation.

Raising CODA

In this bonus episode, Hershey, a mother with hearing loss, talks about what it’s like to raise two children as a deaf mom. And how God has put people in her life like the David family to help her get through the biggest challenges she’s ever faced.

Thank You For Believing In Me

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Our Thank You series continues as we hear from a patient who expresses her deep gratitude to her physical therapist who help others live their lives through her treatment and friendship.

Parenting Kids with Special Needs

Making Changes introduces Faith And Family: Parenting Children with Special Needs. In this episode of Faith and Family, two moms, each with a son with Down’s syndrome, have a conversation about what life is like with a special needs child, and how to overcome special needs parent burnout. But also the life lessons thats changed their perspective in this beautiful journey. Let’s listen in.

Conflict of Beliefs

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Felix, a new member in the Church Of Christ, sits down with Robert, a long time member, to get his advice on how to manage differences in religious beliefs with his family. Robert joined the Church over 30 years ago and shares his life lessons on how he peacefully dealt with conflicts with his family after changing religions.

Dads with Autistic Kids

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Jay and Mike are two dads who have children on the autism spectrum. They sit down for an honest conversation on how changing their mindset about autism has helped them find hope and gratitude.

Expressions of Gratitude

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It’s our host, Aliw’s turn to say thank you to someone who introduced her to musicals which her whole family has grown to love and enjoy, plus, we’ll hear other thank you messages from people who have been recipients of human kindness