Popular Spoken Word Artist Jefferson Bethke and Wife Alyssa Host Fresh New Series “Doing Life,” Exclusively on TBN | TBN

Popular Spoken Word Artist Jefferson Bethke and Wife Alyssa Host Fresh New Series “Doing Life,” Exclusively on TBN

LOS ANGELES (Oct. 3, 2017) — Five years ago spoken word artist Jefferson Bethke became an overnight YouTube sensation when his four-minute video, Why I Hate Religion, But Love Jesus, went viral across the digital world, garnering six million views in three days and amassing over 31 million views since.

 

On October 3rd Jefferson and wife Alyssa, who are well-know relationship and marriage coaches, will debut a fresh new series, Doing Life, designed to help couples enjoy healthy, fruitful relationships within the bounds of marriage.

 

It's no secret that in today's culture, relationships have become more difficult than ever to cultivate and manage. In the exclusive TBN series Doing Life, Jefferson and Alyssa address the core issues that couples face on a daily basis, offering sound counsel on how to navigate dating, love, marriage, sex, and more in today's complex society. The series will include visits from guests like Chip and Joanna Gaines from TV’s Fixer Upper and Sean and Catherine Lowe of The Bachelor fame offering unique and common-sense perspective on how to have a great marriage.

 

“We'll be talking about what God's heart is for sexuality, for boundaries, for trust, and much more,” said Jefferson. “And we'll be sharing how to successfully walk through all the issues that every couple faces, and how to grow together in love and commitment.”

 

Don't miss Doing Life with Jefferson and Alyssa Bethke, premiering October 3rd — and airing every Tuesday — at 4:30 p.m. Eastern / 1:30 p.m. Pacific, exclusively on TBN. Find out where TBN is airing near you with our channel finder, or watch TBN on our livestream HERE.

 

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