“No Topic Is Off-Limits!” TBN Proclaims

TBN’s original first-ever women’s interest talk show, Better Together, is hosted by Laurie Crouch. Each segment involves Crouch with a rotating cast of four prominent Christian women recapping feelings in a Q & A format with producers after the show.

Some featured cast on Better Together have been: Christine Caine, Lisa Harper, Mandisa, and Hosana Wong.

What Is Better Together?

Better Together is a daily, half-hour program which aired on April 22. It began from advice given by the late Jan Crouch, and is built upon the foundation of creating a community of edification and encouragement. Each woman shares their own personal struggles on the show, and offer sound biblical teaching on the subject matter.

Laurie’s goal for the show is more for edification. It is her desire that the show build women up as opposed to tearing them down which appears to be the all-too-many format of many women’s secular talk shows. Viewers will be engaged with people who are genuine, open, and warm.

Better Together is committed to building a community of women who are committed to doing life together, and making our world a better place.

Laurie Crouch co-leads TBN with her husband, Matt. They are the next-generation of leadership at Trinity Broadcasting Network which was founded in 1973 by Dr. Paul and Jan Crouch.

The couple has introduced cutting-edge technology and broadcast platforms that extend the impact of this faith and family channel to new generations and a wider global dynamic.

Vernita Simmons was pleased to interview Laurie Crouch, and discussed with her what Better Together was all about, and how it impacts women of today. In turn, Laurie genuinely shares her heart regarding the show, and what lead up to the selection of these five great women of God joining her in her panel.

Be prepared to be inspired and strengthened as a women when you hear this incredible interview coming up in our August 2019 edition of Faith Filled Family Magazine!

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