Breath of Life Kicks Off ‘Fresh Start Sundays’ New YouTube Series

It is a platform for people to get inspiration as they start their week, its host said.

Gianna Snell, Breath of Life, North American Division, and Adventist Review
Breath of Life Kicks Off ‘Fresh Start Sundays’ New YouTube Series
A promotional photo for the new Breath of Life Ministries YouTube series. [Image: Breath of Life TV]

On Sunday, July 2, Breath of Life Ministries launched a new YouTube series called “Fresh Start Sundays.” Each Sunday, at 10 a.m. CST, viewers will receive a spiritual boost for the new week, leaders behind the initiative said.

“A lot of people dread Mondays and loathe the start of the new week. We wanted to create a platform for people to get inspiration as they begin each new week,” Debleaire Snell, speaker/director for Breath of Life, said. “We also wanted to create a credible forum where people could get additional spiritual nurture and have a trustworthy space where a biblical worldview would be espoused around marriage, leadership, and doctrine.”

“Scripture Lab” is the show that will kick off each new month and air on the first and third Sundays. This show’s host, Snell, will break down complex biblical doctrines and answer some of life’s toughest questions using the Word of God.

“Point of View,” a relationship show featuring Snell and his wife, Gianna, will air on second Sundays. Together, they will share and discuss different points of view commonly held by men and women. This show features experts in relationships, dynamic panel discussions, and real conversations.

“Vision Sunday” is for dreamers, entrepreneurs, visionaries, and ministry leaders. Hosted by Snell and Kirk Nugent, media pastor at Oakwood University Church, this show features interviews with successful individuals and teams who will share lessons on leading a vision-driven life. This show will air every fourth Sunday.

The “Fresh Start Sundays” series was recorded in Breath of Life’s brand-new studio and is a fresh initiative for the ministry. Each show’s average length is 60 minutes. Since they’ll air on YouTube, viewers can comment on and share the programs in real time. The hope is that Fresh Start Sunday will not only bless the body of Christ but also be a first stop for someone searching for encouragement, hope, or faith.

“This new series of shows has something for everyone,” Snell said. “Our hope and prayer is that viewers will leave encouraged and filled with strength for the new week and that this will be a new avenue for the message of Christ to reach the world.”

About Breath of Life

Breath of Life Ministries is dedicated to sharing the healing Gospel of Jesus Christ in the context of the Three Angels’ Messages of Revelation 14. This is done through the production and distribution of Christ-centered quality television and media programs, along with support materials that are intellectually stimulating, Bible-based, and designed to help people choose a quality of life found only in following Christ.

Breath of Life began broadcasting in 1974. It was the dream of pastor and recording artist Walter Arties to create a program that would appeal to African Americans looking for hope and guidance. For 23 years, Pastor C. D. Brooks was the featured speaker.

Debleaire K. Snell is currently the Senior Pastor of the Oakwood University Church on the campus of Oakwood University in Huntsville, Alabama, and the Speaker/Director of the Breath of Life Television Broadcast.

The original version of this story was posted on the North American Division news site.

Gianna Snell, Breath of Life, North American Division, and Adventist Review