Broadcast – August 5 2017 – God Cannot Help but to Pour Out!

[spb_text_block pb_margin_bottom=”no” pb_border_bottom=”no” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] We take a look at the passage of scripture that tells the story of the woman with the issue of blood. God’s divine nature and love for humanity can be seen, wanting to always pour out, if when God “doesn’t know” that someone is touching him… See also this…

Broadcast – June 10 2017 – Preserving the family unity from attacks

This week it was a pleasure to have family unity as a topic on Touch of God Radio with our guest Allison. This week we discussed the Preserving of the family unity from attacks that can come against the foundation of the family structure. Allison, a wife and a mother of two, loves her family…

Jesus - Suffering Servant (Isaiah chapter 53 verse 5)

Broadcast – April 29 2017 – Jesus Paid for ALL to be Healed!

In this week’s broadcast we talk about believing for the things Jesus has paid for through his horrifying suffering, in particular divine healing. Healing and all things that restore us to the way we were always created by God are available to all of humanity owing to the suffering’s of God the Father’s Servant, His…

Broadcast – March 11, 2017 – Guest Kay Nash teaches on How to Hear from God (Part 2 of 3)

– Part 2 of 3 – Kay Nash is a trained prophetess of the Lord. She graduated from New Day Ministry School in South Carolina and has been prophesying around the world ever since. She also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Radio and Television Broadcast from the University of Central Florida and used to be…

Broadcast – March 4, 2017 – Guest Kay Nash teaches on How to Hear from God (Part 1 of 3)

– Part 1 of 3 – Kay Nash is a trained prophetess of the Lord. She graduated from New Day Ministry School in South Carolina and has been prophesying around the world ever since. She also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Radio and Television Broadcast from the University of Central Florida and used to be…

Daily Bread

We started off our day busy as usual. The calendar for the day was filled. We went from one place to the next seeking to get it all done. While fulfilling our schedule, we came across this man. He was on the streets asking strangers for his daily bread. For this man to accomplish simple…