- FAMILY PROGRAMS
Focus on the Family
Mon - Sat 10am
Roger and Diane Ingolia share their experience...Posted: September 2, 2014, 6:00 am
Our Daily Bread
6:15am and 7:15am
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Our Daily Bread
The solar-powered airplane Solar Impulse can fly day and night without fuel. Inventors Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg hope to fly it around the world in 2015. While the plane flies all day by solar power, it gathers enough energy to be able to fly all night. When the sun rises, Piccard says, “It brings the hope again that you can continue.”Posted: September 3, 2014, 1:00 am
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The solar-powered airplane Solar Impulse can fly day and night without fuel. Inventors Bertrand Piccard …Posted: September 3, 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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- MUSIC PROGRAMS
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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"Are you ready for Bible club this afternoon?" asked Eric's mother one morning, "or should you learn your memory verse before you go out to play?"
Eric looked at the ball and mitt in his hand, then at his mother. "I don't mind going to Bible club and church and everything, but they sure take a lot of time every week," he grumbled. "Now I have to learn a verse, and tomorrow I have junior choir practice. Why can't we just go to church and be done with it? I hardly have time to play!"
"Eric, you had plenty of time to learn that verse last night," said Mom, "but you chose to play a game on the computer. It's not like you never get to play." With a sigh, Eric headed toward his room.
A few moments later, Mom heard angry voices. "Give that to me, Caryn," demanded Eric. "It's mine." Mom couldn't hear Caryn's reply, but she heard sounds of a scuffle. She hurried to see what was causing the problem.
"Caryn's got my pen," explained Eric. His little sister looked guilty as she stared at him defiantly, hands behind her back.
"Give me the pen," ordered Mom, and Caryn reluctantly handed it over. Mom looked at Eric's name stamped on it. "Well, Eric," she said, "suppose I break this in half and give you each a piece. Would that be all right with you?"
"Yeah,"said Caryn eagerly. "Do that, Mommy."
"No way!" Eric said quickly. "It won't even break in half--but if it did, that would ruin it!"
"That's true," Mom agreed. "The pen is Eric's, Caryn--the whole thing." As she handed him the pen, she noticed his Bible on the floor. "The pen belongs to you, Eric, and you belong to God. Not just half of you--half of your talents, money, and time--but all of you. It wouldn't be right to give God only half. That's why just going to church and Bible club really isn't all we should do. I believe God wants us to get involved in activities that please Him."
Slowly, Eric nodded his head. "Like church activities, right?" he asked. "And like learning my verse. Okay." He picked up his Bible. Then Eric looked at the pen and at Caryn. "And like being nice to my sister at home," he added with a grin. "Here, Caryn. You can use my pen for a little while."
How About You?
Have you ever heard of a half-Christian? Probably not, but if there were such a thing, that term might be used to describe someone who wants to give God only a part of him or herself. Such a person probably goes to church and attends a Bible study but wants his own way the rest of the week and will serve the Lord only when it's convenient. Does that describe you? God wants you to love and serve Him with your whole heart. Ask Him to help you do that every day.
Today's Key Verse:
Serve the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul. (Deuteronomy 10:12)
Today's Key Thought:
Serve God all the time
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.