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Press Release: 7/18/18

 

Cornerstone Television Live Call-In Show Answers the Question: What Is True Love?

PITTSBURGH, Penn., July 18, 2018 – Cornerstone Television Network WPCB-TV40, Pittsburgh’s leading Christian network, tackles the tough questions of love, as it continues its “Real Answers” live call-in summer series on August 3, with “Real Answers: Love 101.”

According to the American Psychological Association, more than 90 percent of people marry by age 50, yet, as of 2018, a staggering 40 to 50 percent of married couples in the United States divorce. On “Real Answers: Love 101,” Cornerstone will focus on how to build strong, Christ-centered, long-lasting relationships.

The live one-hour relationship special will feature the expertise of Cornerstone’s Sister 2 Sister cast, and experienced couples – Pastor Buck and Amy Schafer and Pastors Jay and Tiffany Gilbert. The Love 101 hosts will answer questions like, “What are the signs of a healthy relationship,” “What do I do if I feel like I married the wrong person,” and “Can a cheating spouse truly be forgiven,” along with questions posed by viewers. Live calls and texts will be taken during the show to provide instant answers to the audience’s most perplexing love questions.

“Real Answers: Love 101” is the second episode of a five-week summer series produced by Cornerstone Network. Each week, “Real Answers” strives to discuss relevant, real-life topics, such as addiction, deliverance, health, and more. The live program airs every Friday night from 8 to 9 p.m. ET.

Cornerstone Television Network is a Christian media ministry based in Wall, PA. Through its national affiliate network and Western Pennsylvania broadcast markets, Cornerstone reaches over 6 million households across the U.S. — including the 1.45 million TV Households in Pittsburgh-Altoona, PA.

 

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I used to think life is all about living a story you are proud to retell--but now I've stopped living for an audience. I'm learning to live a life of "yes" rather than "no."

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