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    Focus on the Family

    Mon - Sat 10am

    Karen Ehman and Glynnis Whitwer share practical...
    Posted: November 19, 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

    The administrators of the high school in Barrow, Alaska, were tired of seeing students get into trouble and drop out at a rate of 50 percent. To keep students interested, they started a football team, which offered them a chance to develop personal skills, teamwork, and learn life lessons. The problem with football in Barrow, which is farther north than Iceland, is that it’s hard to plant a grass field. So they competed on a gravel and dirt field.

    Author: Dave Branon
    Posted: November 20, 2014, 1:00 am

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    Daily Devotionals

    The administrators of the high school in Barrow, Alaska, were tired of seeing students get into trouble and drop out at a rate of 50 percent. To keep students interested,…

    Posted: November 20, 2014, 5:00 am


  • Just Thinking

    Mon - Fri 1pm.

    Whether you are driving to work, running errands or chasing your kids around the house, do you ever stop and wonder what kind of impact you have on the world? On Today’s Just Thinking, Ravi looks about the importance of relationships and the role they play in helping you share your faith with others.
  • 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.

    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 gives advice on suing another christian.
    Author: Howard Dayton
    Posted: November 20, 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

    Jared grabbed the basketball and dribbled it down the court. A second later a guard on the opposing team blocked his way. Jared picked up the ball, ducked left, then right, aimed for the basket, and let the ball fly. It arched through the air and descended perfectly into the hoop, whooshing through the net.

    The crowd went wild. Jared grinned and glanced up at the bleachers where his parents were sitting. But then his shoulders sagged. His dad, a doctor, was walking toward the exit. I bet he didn't even see me make that basket, thought Jared. He's on call again tonight, so I guess the hospital called him in.

    After the game, Jared's friend Chris approached him. "Want to shoot some baskets with me tomorrow night?" Chris asked.

    "Thanks, but I can't," said Jared, remembering he had a youth group meeting at church. Ask Chris to come along, a little voice seemed to whisper. Jared had often thought he should invite Chris to join him at some of his church youth activities. But now, like all the other times, he didn't say anything. Chris would just think it's stupid to

    go to church instead of shooting hoops, he thought.

    When his father came home later that night, Jared was still annoyed that Dad had missed so much of the game. "You didn't even see the basket I made, did you?" Jared grumbled angrily. "You missed almost all of the time I was in the game."

    "I did see you make a basket--that was great. But yes, I missed a lot of the game, and I'm sorry about that," said Dad. He smiled. "I have some good news, though," he added. "As a result of being on call tonight, I dealt with something even more important than a medical emergency. The call from the hospital resulted in another call--one from the Lord! I was able to talk to a woman about Jesus, and she put her trust in Him before she died."

    Suddenly, Jared's anger left him. He felt proud of his father and ashamed that he had been so selfish. He also felt a little uneasy as he remembered his failure to invite Chris to the youth group meeting. Maybe the feeling that I should invite him was like God calling me, thought Jared, and I ignored the call. But maybe it's not too late! I'll give Chris a call and invite him to come to youth group tomorrow.

    How About You?
    Are you on call for Jesus? Can He count on you to hear His voice and do what He asks you
    to do? It may not always be convenient or easy, but your obedience is important. When you feel Him prompting you to take some action, don't ignore Him. Say, as the prophet Isaiah did, "Here am I. Send me." Then speak up for Jesus and do what He wants you to. Always be ready to answer His call.

    Today's Key Verse:
    I heard the voice of the Lord, saying: "Whom shall I send . . . ?" Then I said, "Here am I! Send me." (Isaiah 6:8)

    Today's Key Thought:
    Be on call for Jesus

  • Paws & Tales

    Sat 8am.

    Nov 14, 2014

    Romans 12:15

    It's a battle between the haves and the have nots! With his father making a lot of money working for Mr. Rockler, C.J. quickly finds himself on the outs with his jealous friends. New clothes, new privileges, even Tiffany thinks C.J. is alright! When God told us to “weep with those who weep and rejoice with those who rejoice,” He didn't mean we have to be happy for C.J., or did He?

    Paws & Tales

  • Kids Corner

    Tue 4pm.

    Episode Summary:

    Liz and Lucille are drawn into a super adventure story with two caped crime fighters. Giant challenges abound as Liz and Lucille work to accomplish their own humongous mission. Can the story of a little boy and five stones help everyone to get the job done?

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    Verse: I Samuel 17: 37-40

    The Lord who rescued me from the paw of the lion and the paw of the bear will rescue me from the hand of this Philistine.”

    Saul said to David, “Go, and the Lord be with you.”

    Then Saul dressed David in his own tunic. He put a coat of armor on him and a bronze helmet on his head. David fastened on his sword over the tunic and tried walking around, because he was not used to them.

    “I cannot go in these,” he said to Saul, “because I am not used to them.” So he took them off. Then he took his staff in his hand, chose five smooth stones from the stream, put them in the pouch of his shepherd’s bag and, with his sling in his hand, approached the Philistine.

    Superheroes are everywhere today. We see them in movies, in comic books, on t-shirts and in lego packs. Many adults and children enjoy the action-packed adventures as these make-believe heroes do the impossible and save the day. When you see these stories, do they make you believe that you can do great things too?

    Or maybe it's the true stories of Bible characters. David defeated a giant. Daniel survived a night in lion's den. Esther saved an entire nation from its enemies. When you read these stories, do you have faith that you can do great things too? Here's the thing to think about when it comes to these Bible characters: They weren't heroes. God called equipped David, Daniel and Esther. As you read scripture and meet Moses, Joshua, Deborah, and Elijah, you'll see that God is the main character of every story, and He is the one who saves His people. Sometimes he does it directly, and sometimes the leaders that God chooses follow His commands to do His might work.

    Today, God calls us and gives us a mission. He provides all we need. We can do all things through Him who gives us strength. He surrounds us with loving family and friends to support us. God is with us. 

    We don’t need to be a superhero to make the world a better place.

    Full Devotion

    Discussion Guide:

    This episode is based on the five stones that God gave to David to fight Goliath.  The five stones are compared to five truths that David witnessed as God called and equipped David to fight. When David heard the terrible things that the giant was saying about God, David understood his mission (the mission stone), and even though others tried to load him up with armor, David knew his strengths (the strength stone). He got Israel’s army on his side. He knew that he wasn’t going to face Goliath alone (the multiple stone). He showed everybody there the truth- that God was on David’s side (the reality stone). And here’s the really cool part. God gave David five little stones to fight a big huge giant (the stone of provision). The stones were only special, because God chose them for David.

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