Babbie’s House

1:30PM EST/10:30AM PST

“Welcome to Babbie’s House, where everybody is a member of the family”, is the invitation you’ll receive when you tune in to Babbie’s House. The upbeat television talk show is as warm and friendly as the show’s host. On Babbie’s House, Babbie Mason discusses those issues that hit home with her; marriage, family, teenagers, health, music, and women’s issues, all as they relate to experiencing a vibrant walk with Jesus Christ. It’s the goal of the show to encourage viewers, giving them an alternative to the usual fare that television has to offer.

Monday, September 7: Nu Purpose is a gospel duo who minister to audiences with a message of love, hope, and faith. The pair are involved in the B.L.U.E. Awards (Better Life Understanding Everyone) which highlights the achievements of children who have been diagnosed with autism and other developmental disorders. (Episode #1010)

Monday September 14: Joshua Peavy is a recording artist, singer/songwriter and pastor who was a Top 5 performer on the ABC series Rising Star. (Episode #1018)

Monday, September 21: Mark Rutland is President of Global Servants and the National Institute of Christian Leadership, having served as the pastor of a megachurch and president of two universities. His latest book, Courage to Be Healed: Finding Hope to Restore Your Soul, shares how one’s “altered life begins at the altar but it doesn’t end there.” Christian counseling helps people find healing to painful hurts from the past and how to let go of bitterness. (Episode #1194)

Monday, September 28: This episode opens with Maghon Taylor sharing about how she encourages people to spread happiness through handwriting and how this simple hobby brings joy as she creates something fun. Her prayer is to leave people “feeling lighter, more inspired, more creative, and of course even happier.” Babbie will also share about her book, Fully Qualified, where she encourages people to find joy as they discover their God-given talents. (Episode #1195)

Monday, October 5: Tim Gidley’s love for music and a desire to share his faith in Christ took him from driving a bus for Rambo/McGuire Ministries to his own solo music ministry where he has appeared with Reinhard Bonnke and T.D. Jakes. (Episode #1215)

Monday, October 12: Latasha Morrison founded Be the Bridge in 2016 to encourage racial reconciliation among all ethnicities, to promote racial unity in America, and to equip others to do the same. With empathy and grace, she guides leaders and organizations to cultural competency through dynamic presentations and conscious-raising workshops and one-on-one coaching. Her book, Be the Bridge: Pursuing God’s Heart for Racial Reconciliation, helps readers deepen their understanding of historical factors and present realities, equipping them to participate in the
ongoing dialogue and to serve as catalysts for righteousness, justice, healing, transformation, and reconciliation. (Episode #1216)

Monday, October 19: Leigh W. Young’s first book, Lessons from the Letters: Living the Abundant Life, is about transformation. Jesus Christ wrote letters to seven early churches revealing the path to a rich and satisfying
existence. These words, tucked away in the opening chapters of the book of Revelation, are as relevant today as they were two thousand years ago. This work combines historical and cultural facts with contemporary anecdotal
stories in an effort to connect timeless wisdom to modern life. (Episode #1217)

Monday, October 26: Rich Relationships is a lifelong project. It’s a conversation to work through the areas mentioned and serve as a mirror for individuals and couples. Gil and Renée Beavers designed Rich Relationships to empower individuals with the tools, principles and community needed to unpack ourselves, our past and the preconceived notions associated with relationships with. (Episode #1218)