- FAMILY PROGRAMS
Focus on the Family
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Roger and Diane Ingolia share their experience...Posted: September 2, 2014, 6:00 am
Our Daily Bread
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Traffic was bad and everyone was cranky on that hot afternoon. I noticed a car with two young men waiting to enter traffic from a fast-food restaurant driveway. I thought it was nice when the driver ahead of me let them in.Posted: September 2, 2014, 1:00 am
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Traffic was bad and everyone was cranky on that hot afternoon. I noticed a car …Posted: September 2, 2014, 5:00 am
- TEACHING PROGRAMS
Mon - Fri 1pm.If we each have a unique purpose how does that affect our decisions and morality? Today on Just Thinking, Ravi looks at figures in the Bible we can learn from as he gives us some principles to help guard our character.
Insight For Living
Mon - Sat 6pm.
Sep 2, 2014 - Sep 4, 2014
Genesis 15:1-6, 18-21
Unprecedented in all of Scripture, Abram was called “the friend of God” (James 2:23). Abram learned to talk with Him, listen to Him, and trust Him. In heart-to-heart conversations, Abram shared with transparency his fears, his worries, and his doubts. One of these dialogues between God and Abram is found in Genesis 15. Not only is the truth of this conversation significant but so is its tone and timing.
Abraham: One Nomad's Amazing Journey of Faith
Mon - Fri 9pm.This is an attitude, a disposition of heart, from which there is no backing away. That you take up your cross so that you don’t just deny yourself; you die to yourself, you live in obedience no matter where that is going to take you.
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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 explains the definition of APRs.Posted: September 2, 2014, 12:00 pm
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- TESTIMONIAL PROGRAMS
Mon/Wed/Sat 11pm3320 Dwight & Nancy Land - Part 2: (African Missionary Pilot, Malaria) Dwight and Nancy spend three years in Rwanda, surviving malaria and political unrest. Then they go to Liberia where he's a jungle pilot. After two years, malaria and anxiety send them home to recover.
The Story Teller
Sat 3pm. and Sun 12pm.His was mother was Chickasaw. His father, who was Anglo, rejected him as his son... so Larry grew up in someone else' home with the stigma of being a "half-breed". He had heard that these kinds of boys were the worst, and so somehow he thought he needed to live up to that. This is a story with a sad beginning, but thankfully it doesn't end that way.
- CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS
Mon - Sat 7:30am & 7:30pm"It finally came!" Eric said, eagerly tearing open the package that had come in the day's mail. "Here's the special pen I ordered. It can write in four different colors. And look--it has my name on it." Eric pointed to his name, stamped in gold, on the side of the pen. His little sister Caryn reached for it, but Eric pulled it back. "This cost me money," he said, "and nobody gets to use it but me."
"I can use it, too," insisted Caryn. "Can't I, Mommy?"
"Maybe Eric will let you use it later," said Mom, "but not right now. I'm sure he'll let you look at it though, won't you, Eric?"
Reluctantly, Eric handed Caryn the pen. "I want to draw with it now," she declared stubbornly.
"Well, you can't," said Eric, taking it back.
Caryn pouted. "Can, too," she said. "I'll ask Daddy."
When their father came home, she did just that. "Eric has to share with me, doesn't he?" she asked. "I can use the pen, too!"
Her father shook his head. "Only if Eric says you may,"said Dad. "Eric paid for the pen, so he has the right to say if or when you may use it."
"Hey, that's like my lesson last Sunday," said Eric. "Mr. Wyatt says God bought us and we belong to Him."
"Good point," agreed Dad with a smile. "This pen can remind you of that."
"How did God buy us?" Caryn asked. "Did we cost a lot?"
"Yes, we did,"Dad replied. "It cost Eric a little money to buy the pen, but it cost the blood of Jesus to purchase our salvation." Dad smiled at Caryn. "God made you and loves you, but you did wrong things. You sinned," added Dad. "But God still loves you, and He paid a great price to buy you back to Himself. Ask Him to forgive you. Love Him and live for Him."
"Iused my own money to buy this," said Eric, turning the pen over in his fingers, "but God used his own Son Jesus to buy us!"
Dad nodded. "You bought the pen, so it's yours, and God bought you, so you are His. Always remember that."
How About You?
Do you have something that you bought with your own money?If you paid for it, it's yours, isn't it?Well, did you know that Jesus paid the price for your salvation from sin? He loves you so much that He willingly shed His blood so you can have your sins forgiven. Have you accepted Jesus as your Savior? (See the ABCs of Salvation at the end of this book.) When you trust in Him as Savior, you belong to Him in a special way. Love, honor, and serve Jesus, the one who bought you.
Today's Key Verse:
You were not redeemed with corruptible things . . . but with the precious blood of Christ. (1 Peter 1:18-19)
Today's Key Thought:
You belong to God
Paws & Tales
Aug 29, 2014
When Ned refuses to part with an autographed baseball C.J. wants, C.J.'s envy threatens to get the better of him. With the help of Mr. Collins' cylinder player, C.J. hears the story of King Ahab and Naboth's Vineyard, and discovers how destructive envy can be.
Paws & Tales
Tue 4pm.Episode Summary:
Liz manages to talk his kidnappers into turning themselves in and he is returned to his father and friends.
What scares you? If you've ever been scared, you should meet Daniel and Esther. They know all about being scared.
Daniel was a trusted servant of the king. Some other servants hated Daniel because the king trusted him. They wanted to get rid of Daniel. Their plan was simple because they watched Daniel. They knew that every single day, he prayed to God. So they made a law that said everyone could only pray to the king. If a person was caught praying to anyone other than the king, he would be thrown into a den full of hungry lions. Daniel heard about the new law. It was time for him to pray to God. Was he scared? What would you do if you were Daniel?
Esther was the new queen, but she also had a secret. Her husband didn't know she was Jewish when he signed a law saying that all Jews living in his country could legally be killed. The king also had a real mean streak. Once, when the former queen didn't do exactly what he wanted, he banished her forever. Esther knew if she didn't go to the king and ask him to change the law, her people would be killed. But if she went to the king and he was in a bad mood, he might kill her. Either way, she could die. Was she scared? What would you do if you were Esther?
Sometimes, being scared and alone makes being scared even scarier. Daniel chose to pray to God. He wasn't alone anymore. He was with God. When Daniel was thrown into the lion's den, he wasn't alone then either. God sent an angel to protect Daniel from the lions. Esther asked all the Jews to pray for her before she went to see the king. Armed with all these prayers, she talked to the king and saved her people.
Scary things are scary. But don't ever face them alone. Ask others to pray for you. Tell God that you are scared. When you tell God, he promises to be with you, and that's enough to drive away any fear!
What do you consider a safe place when you are under attack? For many of us it is our homes. There we are safe from the danger on the streets, and from unkind words and actions of others. There we find unconditional love and acceptance. At least, that what we should find. But sometimes this isn't the case in our homes any more than it is at school or work. Sometimes we feel totally vulnerable.
But in Christ we do have a safe place. Our memory verse calls the Lord a "stronghold." A stronghold is a strong place, a place where we are safe, a place where we can hide from our enemies, a place that protects us when we are under attack.
When we make our homes strongholds-that is, safe places where our children can find protection and unconditional love, they can begin to understand God as a stronghold. Spend time with your family today and talk about how God is a stronghold for you personally, tell them how you want them to feel safe in your home, and remind them that God is their stronghold.