The Jules Show





Really God? No! THAT'S CRAZY!!

Thursday, November 12, 2020

View Full Post   Mary Mangum said, " THAT'S CRAZY!" many times along the way to being a missionary in a country hostile to Christians.


A Little Laughter During Lockdown

Thursday, October 29, 2020

View Full Post   Pandemics aren't funny, but comedian Elaine Brantley shares how we can find the humor even in hard times.


Daring To Dream Big

Thursday, October 15, 2020

View Full Post   Despite growing up in poverty in Nigeria, Maria Anifowose never doubted God would bless her dreams.


Pastors Don't Just Work One Day A Week

Thursday, October 01, 2020

View Full Post   October is Pastor Appreciation Month, Author and pastor Bill Westafer sheds light on how we can ease the burden of those serving us spiritually.


I Was Not Saved For Myself

Thursday, September 17, 2020

View Full Post   God's relentless pursuit of Ashley Hembree is only part of her story. WHY does He pursue us - that's the bigger discussion.


Best of The Jules Show: Just Trying to Get Along

Sunday, August 23, 2020

View Full Post   Unity seems elusive, even among believers. Pastor David Holt gives us tangible ways to work together.


Best of The Jules Show: A Passion for Men's Ministry

Thursday, July 30, 2020

View Full Post   A passion for men's ministry: Mark Benson shares how God used his brokenness to set a fire in his heart to help and disciple other men. 


Best of The Jules Show: Abortion, A Story Of Redemption

Thursday, July 09, 2020

View Full Post   Miriam Nelson is a woman who knows a great deal about God's redemptive grace. As the director of the Athens Pregnancy Center, Miriam shared with me her personal journey of seeking God's forgiveness after having an abortion when she was 17 years old.


Giving Care Givers a Break

Thursday, June 25, 2020

View Full Post   Sanctuary Respite Ministry provides socialization for people facing memory loss and a break for their care givers.


Just Trying To Get Along

Wednesday, June 10, 2020

View Full Post   Unity seems elusive, even among believers. Pastor David Holt gives us tangible ways to work together.