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    Focus on the Family

    Mon - Sat 10am

    Psychologist Dr. Kevin Leman shares valuable pa...
    Posted: November 21, 2014, 7:00 am



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    Our Daily Bread

    6:15am and 7:15am

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    Our Daily Bread

    Daily Devotionals

    On a November day in 1963, the Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson and Mike Love wrote a song quite unlike the band’s typically upbeat tunes. It was a mournful song about love that’s been lost. Mike said later, “As hard as that kind of loss is, the one good that comes from it is having had the experience of being in love in the first place.” They titled it “The Warmth of the Sun.”

    Author: Bill Crowder
    Posted: November 22, 2014, 1:00 am

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    Daily Devotionals

    On a November day in 1963, the Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson and Mike Love wrote a song quite unlike the band’s typically upbeat tunes. It was a mournful song about…

    Posted: November 22, 2014, 5:00 am


  • 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

    Mon - Sat 6pm.

    Nov 20, 2014 - Nov 24, 2014

    Acts 8:25-40

    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.

    The important thing here is not the reality of suffering but our attitude to suffering. And the attitude that Paul gives us here is simply we rejoice in our suffering. Not because we become masochistic – masochism is finding pleasure in pain – but we rejoice because suffering produces. It is creating something better and bigger.
  • Money Wise

    Mon - Sat 5pm.

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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.
    Author: Howard Dayton
    Posted: November 21, 2014, 12:00 pm


  • Church Alive

    Sundays 3pm and 9pm

    Church Alive brings local messages from area churches to you each week.


  • Revive with Tom Gayton

    Saturdays at 8pm

    One hour of contemporary Christian music featuring global and local artists with their the latest Christian hits!

    Check out Canadian Corner and the Apologetix song of the week.

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  • Unshackled

    Mon/Wed/Sat 11pm

    Dann Slator - Part 1: (Rejection, Rebellion) Dann's mother is abusive and neglectful and his father is a drunk. Bounced from one relative to another, Dann learns to fight and be a cowboy on ranches. He has many close calls with death. The first part ends when he joins the Marine Corps, still a rebel.
  • The Story Teller

    Sat 3pm. and Sun 12pm.

    Podcast ImageDon tells the story about the 1964 tidal wave that hit his village of Old Harbor, and the people that gave their lives to save his village. He also shares about another potential disaster, his problem with anger. His family was being torn apart. When his wife finally confronted him, Don knew that he had to change.
  • Keys For Kids

    Mon - Sat  7:30am & 7:30pm

    "I can't believe I had two cavities!" exclaimed Audrey as she and Dad drove home from the dentist's office. "I didn't think I'd have any at all!"

    "Too many sweets, I guess," suggested Dad.

    "Well . . . maybe. I do like candy," said Audrey, "and cookies and cake and ice cream and . . ."

    "And cavities?" asked Dad.

    "No, not cavities." Audrey sighed. "How can teeth rot like that and you never even feel it?" she grumbled.

    Dad shook his head. "I don't know," he said. "I guess we need to remember that all our actions have consequences, even if we don't notice them right away." He grinned. "Or course, we like consequences if what we're doing is good."

    "But not if it's bad," said Audrey, "and eating all that good tasting stuff was apparently bad for me." She sighed. "I'm glad we have dentists and that the cavities can be filled, but it would be a lot better not to have them at all. From now on, I think I'll give up sweet stuff for good."

    Dad smiled. "I don't think you need to give them up completely," he said, "but maybe brushing a little more often and flossing would help."

    "Good idea," agreed Audrey. "I can do that."

    "We know all our actions have consequences that will eventually show up," Dad repeated thoughtfully, "but we often don't think about it. When we don't suffer the consequences right away for telling a lie, cheating, or sinning, it seems like we're getting away with what we're doing."

    "Since I didn't feel the cavities, I kept on eating the sweet stuff," said Audrey. "So you mean it's like that when we do wrong things, too?That when we don't feel consequences right away, we keep on doing those things?"

    "I'm afraid that happens." Dad nodded. "It's better not to get cavities, even though they can be fixed, and it's also better not to sin at all. But I'm thankful that there's a remedy for sin, too. We need to repent and confess it to the Lord."

    "And depend on Him to help us to not do it again it, right?" said Audrey. "And how about if I depend on you to remind me to brush more carefully?"

    Dad laughed. "Sure," he agreed. "Count on it."

    How About You?
    Do you think you're getting away with doing wrong things--things like gossiping, cheating, or skipping out on chores? You may not receive immediate consequences for what you do, but God sees everything. He'll reward right actions, but doing wrong always brings consequences--even if they're not visible at first.

    Today's Key Verse:
    He who does wrong will be repaid for what he has done. (Colossians 3:25)

    Today's Key Thought:
    All actions have consequences

  • Paws & Tales

    Sat 8am.

    Nov 21, 2014

    Psalm 51:10-12

    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?

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    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.

    Full Devotion

    Discussion Guide:

    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.

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