Focus On The Family


Focus on the Family

Mon - Sat 10am

Care Net CEO Roland Warren explains how fathers...
Posted: March 26, 2015, 6:00 am



Our Daily Bread

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Our Daily Bread

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Crunch. Crunch. Whoosh! In the early days of film, Foley artists created sounds to support the story’s action. Squeezing a leather pouch filled with cornstarch made the sound of snow crunching, shaking a pair of gloves sounded like bird wings flapping, and waving a thin stick made a whoosh sound. To make movies as realistic as possible, these artists used creative techniques to replicate sounds.

Author: Bill Crowder
Posted: March 27, 2015, 1:00 am

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Daily Devotionals

Crunch. Crunch. Whoosh! In the early days of film, Foley artists created sounds to support the story’s action. Squeezing a leather pouch filled with cornstarch made the sound of snow crunching,…

Posted: March 27, 2015, 5:00 am


Just Thinking

Just Thinking

Mon - Fri 1pm.

Have you ever wondered how God can be all-powerful and yet we will have free will? Listen today on Just Thinking as Ravi Zacharias brings the answer to this challenging question.
Insight For Living

Insight For Living

Mon - Sat 6pm.

Mar 26, 2015 - Mar 30, 2015

2 Chronicles 26:1-21; Isaiah 42:5-8

In Isaiah 40:3-5, Isaiah painted a grand mural of God's glorious coming to earth. The word picture of God's glory—His kabod—is vivid in Hebrew. In some contexts, this word means “to be heavy, weighty.” God is heavy with splendour and magnificence.

In contrast, man's greatness is as insubstantial as a blade of grass that withers “when the breath of the Lord blows upon it” (Isaiah 40:7). Yet, how tempting it is to claim the credit ourselves for the mighty works God does in and around us.

Can One Person Make a Difference?

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Living Truth

Living Truth

Mon - Fri 9pm.

You see if our dealings with God are purely on a rational level, it’s purely a result of intellectual processing, of reading, of listening, of thinking, of understanding, we might understand a very full theory and doctrinal position that the Scripture gives to us, but we will come to a point where we come up against a barrier that says there has got to be more than just knowing this, this way. There are some things, which have to go beyond intellectual processing.
Money Wise

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Compass-Hey Howard on -

"Hey Howard" is a daily one-minute radio ministry of Compass-Finances God's Way. Each day, host Howard Dayton, answers listeners questions by taking a succinct, practical and biblical approach to every day financial issues.

Howard offers advice regarding social security benefits.
Author: Howard Dayton
Posted: March 27, 2015, 12:00 pm


Keys For Kids

Keys For Kids

Monday to Saturday

7:30am & 7:30pm

After using his router to shape the edges of a board, Mark made sure the groove was straight. Hearing someone come into the garage, he turned his wheelchair around and saw his friend Joel. "Hey!" said Joel. "What are you building?"

"Some shelves for my dad," replied Mark. Joel examined the board. "These are great," he said. "You're good at this."

"Yeah, whatever," mumbled Mark. Joel glanced at his friend with concern. "I'm so useless," said Mark. "Ever since the accident, people have to do so much for me.

"That's not true!" objected Joel. "God has a reason for everything. Don't you believe that?"

"I sure feel useless," insisted Mark.

"Well, but . . ." Joel paused and gazed absently around the room. His eyes fell on a screwdriver sitting on the table. "Why don't you show me how you shape the edges of that board with a screwdriver?"

Mark laughed. "Joel, you can't shape the edges of a board with a screwdriver. That's for putting in and taking out screws."

"Can't you use a hammer for that?" asked Joel.

"No! Hammers are for pounding in nails." Mark gave his friend a concerned look. "Each tool has a specific purpose."

Joel smiled. "So does every person. Maybe you always thought you were a screwdriver, but since the accident, God's been trying to show you that you're really a router. He has a purpose for you, but you can't carry it out if you're trying to be a screwdriver all the time."

"You really think so?" asked Mark, picking up the router. "Well, then, let me show you what a router can really do!"

How About You?
Have you ever felt like you were useless? You're not useless at all! God has a special job for you. God can use the difficulties in your life to help you serve Him in a special way--perhaps to comfort and encourage someone with the same problem because you understand what that person is going through. Look around to see who God might want you to help.

Today's Key Verse:
God . . . comforts us . . . that we may be able to comfort those who are in any trouble.
(2 Corinthians 1:3-4)

Today's Key Thought:
God has a purpose for your life

Paws & Tales

Sat 8am.

Mar 27, 2015

Psalm 32:8

“We want a king like the other nations!” The nation of Israel turns its back on God's leadership and calls for a king to be chosen from among them. But following God's direction, the Prophet Samuel makes an unlikely choices—a man whose last job was rounding up wild donkeys!

Paws & Tales

Kids Corner

Tue 4pm.

Episode Summary:

What’s wrong with Chamy? Why is she crying? Lucille finds out and learns a lesson about being a friend. Also a new KC song premieres!

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Verse: Galatians 1:15

But God had special plans for me even before I was born. So he chose me through his grace.

Here are the lyrics of the song from this episode. Choose at least three things that the song says about God’s grace.

Leap of Faith by Poulsen/Lensink

Verse One

Now my friend, I’ll walk beside you,

 As you seek out what is false and what is true.

Just promise me when you see beauty in this place,

We’ll stand in awe together and save some room for grace.


Take a leap of faith and accept God’s grace.

You can’t calculate or replicate, enumerate or duplicate it- no.

‘Cause it’s free today, and it’s free tomorrow, open up the door, love’s sure to follow.

Verse Two

Books are great, but can’t guide you

Yet there’s Someone full of light who’ll lead you through.

This Great Someone, He spoke the cosmos into place,

He’s hoping you will turn to Him and see Him face to face.

Verse Three

He was there before the world began,

And all of us are part of His great plan.

Don’t close your heart, for he can fill it to the brim,

‘Cause all your restless seeking is just a search for Him.

Verse Four

There are days when life can get so hard,

And you’re searching for some solace in the stars.

I hope someday, you’ll know the Keeper of the skies:

That day you’ll look and see the love in His eyes.

Full Devotion

Discussion Guide:

Have you taught your children the song Amazing Grace written by John Newton (1725-1807)?
“Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound, that saved a wretch like me…. I once was lost but now am found, was blind, but now, I see.”

The rest of song speaks to how God loves us through His actions. The song shows us that grace teaches us to believe in God. Grace relieves fears. Grace safely brings us home

In this episode, there are two friends. One friend is a Christian, while the other friend is not. In the story, Lucille explores how to bring God’s love to her friend Chamy. Through actions of prayer and demonstrating God’s love, Lucille learns how she can receive God’s grace and how she can give God’s love.

Review all the lyrics of Amazing Grace and explore some of the scripture passages below to begin a family discussion about grace and how we can show God’s love to our friends and neighbors. 

Full Discussion Guide

Down Gilead Lane

Sun 8:30am.

Down Gilead Lane

Keys For Kids