Geeta Ganthi, the Youth Coordinator, and Arya Goel, a Youth Volunteer, from the Carmel Chapter of HSSUS joined us Wednesday morning to talk about the Hindu tradition of Guru Vandana.
As Teacher Appreciation Week approaches, it’s a great time to honor and celebrate educators in a traditional Hindu way.
The ceremony includes paying homage to teachers and honoring them with rituals and prayers. The guests discussed the importance of educators learning about Hindu culture, and how youth volunteers are making efforts to inculcate educators about it.
They also shared testimonial videos from educators about Guru Vandana and showed pictures from previous ceremonies.
HSSUS and the Hindu Education Foundation are community partners for educators, providing educational resources and training on Hindu culture.
Rev. Herman Mendoza is a man of faith, hope, and redemption, who has an incredible story to tell. From drug lord to pastor, Mendoza’s life is a testament to the power of God’s love and grace.
As the lead pastor of Iglesia Promesa Internacional in New York City, Mendoza spreads the message of hope, faith, grace, and redemption to churches, schools, and conferences around the world. He is also one of the speakers for The 4/14 Window Movement, a global initiative to raise a new generation of children to be leaders through Christ.
Mendoza’s memoir, Shifting Shadows: How a New York Drug Lord Found Freedom in the Last Place He Expected, has been published with Bethany House, a division of Baker Publishing Group.
In his book, Mendoza details the story of his life as a lost young man who, after experiencing the lowest point in his life, found forgiveness and a new life in Jesus Christ.
In this fun and inspiring interview, Mendoza shared his journey of finding faith, the challenges he faced, and the lessons he learned along the way. He discussed the transformative power of God’s love and how it changed his life, giving him a second chance to make a difference in the world.
Watch the full interview above to hear more about his journey. It is one that will leave you feeling inspired and uplifted.
Finding faith and hope can be difficult, especially in trying times. That’s why Harmony of Avon Church is hosting a “Weekend of Hope” conference featuring Sheila Walsh and Christina Varvel.
The conference is designed to bring hope to the community and every walk of life, all while glorifying Jesus Christ through teachings from these two incredible women.
The event will take place on Friday, April 28th, starting at 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., and on Saturday, April 29th, starting at 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. Sheila’s latest book, “Holding on When You Want to Let Go”, will also be available for purchase and signing.
If you’re wondering who should attend this conference, the answer is simple: anyone who needs hope. This event is designed for women from all walks of life, from all across central Indiana. The goal is to provide a safe space to come together, learn, and grow in faith and hope.
As for what attendees should take away from the conference, the answer is equally simple: hope. Through the teachings of Sheila Walsh and Christina Varvel, attendees will learn how to cling to hope even in the darkest of times. They will leave the conference feeling uplifted, inspired, and equipped with the tools they need to face whatever challenges life may bring. Get your tickets today and visit the Harmony of Avon website for more information.
In today’s segment of Finding Faith, we have the pleasure of speaking with Pastor Dewey Williams, a death-row prison minister, about his newly released book, “Finding Joy on Death Row.”
Pastor Williams shared his personal journey and experiences in ministering to those on death row, as well as the moving writings he has encountered from the inmates he works with.
Through his work, he seeks to bring hope and redemption to those who may feel lost or forgotten, and he shares with us the profound impact it has had on his own faith.
Join us as we hear the inspiring story of Pastor Dewey Williams and the power of finding faith in the most unexpected places.
Steve Gilbert was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2004 following prostate cancer. He started Rock Steady Boxing in 2007 to help get through it!
Gilbert felt blessed to have Parkinson’s in Indianapolis, the only Rock Steady location at the time. Now there are over 800 locations around the world.
He says boxing gave him strength, resulting in him setting personal records when he was 70!
“Running is so good. Can muscles silently praise YOU? I catch a vision of life’s goodness in the pounding of my feet, even in the sweat pouring down. YOU made this warm machine, and YOU gave me the responsibility to keep it going. I will pray now, with energy, exertion – gutting it out. But I will not pray with words for awhile. For YOU are here as I pick up speed. And what, after all, needs to be said at this moment?”Runners Prayer by Steve Gilbert
Chef Juszina from Classy Diva Caters & Gourmet Mealprep shared her story with Randy Ollis on how she turned her passion for cooking into a business.
Watch the full interview above to learn how her faith in God played a role in her life and the launch of her cookbook.
Dr. Trond G. Seland from Seland Chiropractic Living Well Center joined Randy Ollis on today’s Finding Faith.
He discussed what faith and Seland Chiropractic Living Well Center have in common. Take a look!
Rev. Canon Greg Baker joined Randy Ollis from Christ Church Cathedral.
Holy Week begins for their church on Palm Sunday, and they will go throughout the week with multiple events leading up to Easter Sunday!
Randy Ollis is participating in the Indy 500 Mini Marathon to help raise money for Child Evangelism Fellowship. You can join him to help make a difference in a child’s life!
This organization is the world’s largest mission agency to children. They have active ministries in most countries around the world and have been serving children for 85 years.
Ministry Coordinator of Child Evangelism Fellowship, Becky Leatherbury, joined Randy Ollis on today’s Finding Faith to share more about their mission to help children.
On today’s Finding Faith, Randy Ollis was joined by Rev. Dr. Adam C. Collins from FostherKidz Famly Inc.
This organization mentors at-risk youth and is in partnership with Goodwill to find senior citizens work, and LOC group.