- FAMILY PROGRAMS
- Focus On The Family
Focus on the Family
Mon - Sat 10amPsychologist Dr. Kevin Leman shares valuable pa...Posted: November 21, 2014, 7:00 am
- Our Daily Bread
Our Daily Bread
6:15am and 7:15am
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Our Daily Bread
When I opened my Bible to read Jeremiah 1 through 4, the subhead ascribed to the book startled me: “Hope in Time of Weeping.” I almost cried. The timing was perfect, as I was walking through a season of weeping over the death of my mom.Posted: November 24, 2014, 1:00 am
Our Daily Bread Podcast | Our Daily Bread
When I opened my Bible to read Jeremiah 1 through 4, the subhead ascribed to the book startled me: “Hope in Time of Weeping.” I almost cried. The timing was…Posted: November 24, 2014, 5:00 am
- TEACHING PROGRAMS
- Just Thinking
Mon - Fri 1pm.How can you share the Gospel with someone who is content with the lies they believe? Is there a way to help them break past their acceptance of the status quo and truly examine what they believe? These are tough questions, but Ravi brings Biblical answers for reaching people with differing worldviews. That’s today on Just Thinking.
- Insight For Living
Insight For Living
Mon - Sat 6pm.
Nov 20, 2014 - Nov 24, 2014
The apostles certainly had their share of adventure! After receiving the Holy Spirit in the Upper Room on the day of Pentecost, they embarked on the journey of a lifetime. Empowered and emboldened by the Spirit, they preached the Gospel and performed extraordinary miracles, touching others’ lives as they went. Let’s take a look at how they effectively ministered to others so we can discover some positive principles to use in our own lives.
Adventuring with God: Following in the Apostles' Footsteps
- Living Truth
Mon - Fri 9pm....all believers, in being gifted by the Spirit of God, are privileged to be involved in investing in building others up and bringing blessing to their lives and being a means whereby we are able to reach out into our world with that which only the disciple of Jesus Christ has to offer the world. Which is the means of life and spiritual regeneration as the Holy Spirit alone can work out in the lives of people.
- Money Wise
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"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 on investing in penny stocks.Posted: November 21, 2014, 12:00 pm
- CHILDRENS PROGRAMS
- Keys For Kids
Keys For Kids
Monday to Saturday
7:30am & 7:30pm"Dad!" called Kara as she ran toward her father in the garden. "Mom says she wants eight ears of corn for supper."
Dad nodded, laid his hoe aside, and began checking the ears. "Did you know you can do a lot more with corn than just eat it?" he asked. "The cobs can be turned into charcoal; the leaves and husks are sometimes used for toys; the stalks can be ground up for paper; the entire plant is often used to feed hogs and cattle. Every part of the corn plant can be used!"
"Wow!" said Kara with a grin. "Corn is even better than I thought."
Soon Kara and her father were on their way to the house with the sweet corn. "Dad, I asked Savannah to come to church with us this week," said Kara, "but she just laughed and said her grandpa told her Christians are corny." Kara frowned. "I don't even know what that means," she added.
Dad smiled. "It's a term used to say something is ridiculous and foolish.
Or maybe tiresome and boring. Things like that."
"Oh. I guess she meant me, too," said Kara.
"Well, maybe she gave you a compliment without knowing it," Dad suggested.
"How could that be a compliment?" Kara asked.
Dad smiled. "Remember what I just told you about corn?"
"You told me different things it's used for,"
Kara replied. "You said all of it is useful."
"Right, so if you're corny, that's a good thing, don't you think? It indicates that you're totally useful. Every part of you--your heart, hands, lips, feet, and mind--can be used by God, just like every part of a corn plant can
After thinking a minute, Kara grinned. "I just remembered that we're going to have a Bible school picnic," she said. "I wonder if Savannah would come to that. It's always lots of fun. And aren't we going to roast some of our corn there?"
Dad nodded. "That's our contribution," he said.
"All right!" exclaimed Kara. "Maybe if Savannah comes and has some of it, she'll see that being corny can be a good thing!"
How About You?
Have you given all of yourself to be used by God? You can use your mouth to tell others about Him, your hands to help others for Him, your mind to learn more about Him, and don't hold back because someone might tease you. Speak up for Him! Let your speech and actions show that you love God with all your being.
Today's Key Verse:
You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart . . . your soul . . . your strength . . . your mind.
Today's Key Thought:
Give God your all
- Paws & Tales
Nov 21, 2014
Ol' Gus tells the Bible story of Achan, a man who disobeyed God and suffered for it. Meanwhile, Marsha's food and blanket drive for the needy in Wildwood is coming together nicely. But when Marsha falls into temptation, she finds herself in Achan's place! It's a tale of biblical proportions!
Paws & Tales
- Kids Corner
Tue 4pm.Episode Summary:
Join the KC gang as Liz and Lucille face problem after problem helping Olivia and Roger to get married! Liz the wedding planner? Lucille a bridesmaid? Can Liz get the gang working together in time to give the wedding couple a special gift?
Verse: James 1:3
“Don’t try to get out of anything prematurely.” (James 1: 2-18)
Paul the missionary lived for many years in a prison. Experts say that he was in jail for almost six years. His Roman prison sunk about twelve feet underground and smelled horribly. It was very dark. Some of the guards were cruel. Prisoners were chained to the wall. They might have some straw to use as a bed.
Paul’s life in prison was very difficult. But do you know what he did while he was in prison for preaching the gospel?
In one prison, he and his friend Barnabas prayed and sang praise to God. They did not forget that the source of their strength was Jesus. In his Roman prison, Paul the missionary wrote three great letters to the churches of Ephesus, Colosse, and Philippi, as well as a personal letter to his friend Philemon. These letters today bless us as the Bible books of Ephesians, Colossians, Philippians and Philemon.
God used Paul during his tough times to change people’s lives and give hope to other people who hurt. When things are tough, nobody likes that. God is there too in hard times. Nothing can separate you from the love of God.
The Bible does not guarantee a life without hardships. In the Bible, James is saying that when problems and difficulties come that they should be considered blessings. When hard times come in life, God’s working to help turn bad things into good things. God’s not punishing you, and it’s not bad luck. Just hang in there and keep doing the hard stuff, because there’s something happening inside that you may not be able to see. The hard things in life help your faith to become mature, grown up. And when you do the hard work, when you hang in there, God makes you ready for whatever he has ahead for you.
- Down Gilead Lane
- TESTIMONIAL PROGRAMS
- Keys For Kids