Can Faith and Science Mix? Dr. OZ and DeVon Franklin Explore the Remarkable Connections in a Four-Week Series


Focused on the balance of “body, mind and spirit,” renowned cardiothoracic surgeon and award-winning media personality Dr. Oz launches Faithful Fridays, a new weekly segment through February on his hit TV show, featuring New York Times best-selling author, Hollywood producer and preacher DeVon Franklin.

“In Faithful Fridays, we’ll explore the important role faith and spirituality can play in our overall well-being,” Dr. Oz said. “DeVon frequently joins us for popular and informative looks at spiritual and personal development. This February, I’m thrilled he’ll help us with Faithful Fridays on The Dr. Oz Show.”

“As people of faith, belief is an integral part of who we are,” Franklin said. “With Faithful Fridays, we’ll talk about all the ways faith contributes to living our best life possible.” Dr. Oz will launch *Faithful Fridays* in February as part of a 30 Days of Blessed Living initiative.

With a guest roster to include some of today’s most respected Christian leaders, the exciting new series will explore compelling  topics such as “Miraculous Medical Recoveries Only God can Explain,” and “Why Tapping into Your Faith Can Transform Your Life.”


(From left to right: Rev. Samuel Rodrguez (National Hispanic Church Leadership Conference), Priscilla Shirer (author and star of WAR ROOM), Mehmet Oz (The Dr. Oz show), DeVon Franklin (Award winning Hollywood Producer, author, and preacher and Carl Lentz (Lead Pastor Hillsong NYC).

“Faith and spirituality don’t just live in a Sunday-sized compartment, or even weeklong just within the walls of a church building,” Dr. Oz said. “It’s a thread through every aspect of life that makes life better—whether someone attends church or not.”

Faithful Fridays will air every Friday starting February 3rd through the 24th, 2017. To learn more, visit

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