- FAMILY PROGRAMS
Focus on the Family
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Our Daily Bread
When I was growing up, one of the rules in our house was that we weren’t allowed to go to bed angry (Eph. 4:26). All our fights and disagreements had to be resolved. The companion to that rule was this bedtime ritual: Mom and Dad would say to my brother and me, “Good night. I love you.” And we would respond, “Good night. I love you too.”Posted: October 1, 2014, 1:00 am
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When I was growing up, one of the rules in our house was that we weren’t allowed to go to bed angry (Eph. 4:26). All our fights and disagreements had…Posted: October 1, 2014, 5:00 am
- TEACHING PROGRAMS
Mon - Fri 1pm.Have you ever felt so lonely you don’t know what to do? On today’s Just Thinking, Ravi shares encouragement for those struggling as he brings the conclusion to his message “Postures of the Mind, Affections of the Heart.”
Insight For Living
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Oct 1, 2014 - Oct 3, 2014
The deep depravity of our culture constantly threatens to sweep us away into gross indecency and shameless immorality. All around us, lives are being shattered, families ripped apart, and whole communities destroyed. We tend to think this is a modern malady, that depravity has recently begun its relentless deluge. Wrong. The account of Lot's dysfunctional family affair teaches us that the tragic effects of sin have been with us since the beginning.
Abraham: One Nomad's Amazing Journey of Faith
Mon - Fri 9pm.Judgment is both necessary and logical. Human society cannot function without accountability for our behavior. Nations have to make laws and they have to establish law courts by which violators of those laws can be legitimately and properly judged
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- TESTIMONIAL PROGRAMS
Mon/Wed/Sat 11pm3324 Robert Allred: (Procrastination, Preacher) Robert is saved at age eleven but ignores God's call to ministry because he's shy. Instead, he becomes a master barber and marries Pat. Finally, he surrenders and goes to Bible College. His testimony is laced with God's provision and grace but also hardship and heartache.
The Story Teller
Sat 3pm. and Sun 12pm."I tell people that I had a drug problem when I was young. Our church was Sunday afternoon on the reservation. I got drug to church on Sunday afternoon, and I got drug to church on Sunday evening, and I got drug to church on prayer meeting night. So that was my drug problem." Ed shares candidly about his life at boarding school, church, and the truth he embraced that changed his life.
- CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS
Mon - Sat 7:30am & 7:30pmHONK! HONK! A large flock of noisy geese splashed down into the water
just as Jake and his dad arrived at the lake.
"That's a beautiful sight," said Dad as he headed for the trail at one end
of the lake.
"What?" shouted Jake. "Those birds make so much noise, I can't hear you."
Dad laughed. "We'll talk later," he shouted back. "Let's hike."
Soon they took a break to rest. "Back there, I said the geese are a beautiful sight to see," said Dad.
"Yeah, but they honked so loud I couldn't hear you," Jake replied. "It sounds like my Bible class. Some of the kids talk so much during the lesson, I miss half of what our teacher says."
"That's too bad. I'm sure it's very discouraging for your teacher," said Dad. "He volunteers his time and puts a lot of work into preparing the lesson."
Jake started to reply, when . . . HONK! HONK!
"There they go again," Jake said as they watched the geese rise from the lake and fly off.
"Well, at least now they're far enough away so
I can hear you." Jake thought for a moment, then asked, "Do you think they're talking to each other?"
"Bird watchers believe they are. Some think they're encouraging the leader," Dad replied. "The goose in the front has the hardest job flying against the wind currents because he's the first to hit the gusts of air. Maybe the others honk to cheer him on."
"Wow! That's really something," said Jake. "I think I'll tell the kids in my Bible class about those geese. If a bunch of birds can encourage their leader, we should be able to do that for our teacher."
"You're absolutely right, Jake," said Dad. "You should cheer him on--but not the way the geese do. Not by making a lot of noise."
"No," Jake laughed. "Just the opposite. We can cheer him on by being good listeners." He grinned. "I'll be sure to tell the kids to stop honking!"
Jake and Dad laughed together and continued on the trail.
How About You?
Do you sit quietly and respectfully listen to your Bible teacher? He or she spends time preparing as well as teaching the lesson, and deserves your attention. Also, remember that it is the Bible, God's Word that is being taught. Read Proverbs 4:20-23 for more on listening to God's word. Respect your teacher by quietly listening so you can learn what God wants you to know.
Today's Key Verse:
Give attention to my words; incline your ear to my sayings.
Today's Key Thought:
Listen when the Bible is taught
Paws & Tales
Sep 26, 2014
C.J. and Staci discover one of Mr. Collins' cylinders that tells the amazing Bible story of Esther, a beautiful, young, Jewish girl who God used to accomplish extraordinary things. In Part One of the story, Esther is kidnapped and forced to compete in a contest to become the next queen. Realizing she might have to spend the rest of her life separated from her family and friends Esther wonders in despair if God has forgotten about her.
Paws & Tales
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Liz’s friend Spike has found a strange box inside the mysterious dome. When Spike opens the box, sirens sound immediately. Check out what Spike has released into the dome on this week’s Kids Corner.
What is sin? Is it doing bad things? Is it not doing good things? Is it poor choices or words? What is sin? Time for a quiz on Bible People’s sins!
Question 1: Abraham sinned when he was living in Egypt, and even Pharoah knew about it. What did Abraham do that was so bad? (Genesis 12)
Question 2: Peter felt horrible when he realized that he had sinned and hurt Jesus. What did Peter do? (Luke 22)
Question 4: Who brought sin into our world in the first place? Was it God? (Genesis 3)
How did you do? There was a famine where Abraham lived so he moved his family down to Egypt, but then he got scared. Sarah was so beautiful that Abraham thought the Pharaoh might want her for a princess, so Abraham lied and said that Sarah wasn’t his wife and let Pharaoh take her into the palace. At this point, God protected Sarah by making Pharaoh sick until he gave Sarah back to Abraham.
On the night Jesus was arrested, Peter followed to see what would happen. Three times, people asked Peter if he was friends with Jesus. Three times, Peter said, “No! I don’t know Jesus!” The last time he said, “No!”, Jesus heard Peter’s words.
God didn’t make sin. Adam and Eve were given one command: eat of any tree in the beautiful garden except for one tree. They were tempted to eat of that forbidden tree; when they did eat from it, sin, disease, death all entered God’s perfect world.
What is sin? It is turning away from God. It’s not trusting God. It’s putting ourselves in God’s place and running our own lives. When we choose to trust ourselves and not God, we sin…..and the result is never good. Just ask Abraham, Peter, or Eve!
The Outbreak in this story represents the outbreak of sin in the Garden of Eden when Adam and Eve sinned (Genesis 3). Since then sin has tainted everything—our environment, our relationships, our thoughts about ourselves and others; our actions toward others. The list is very long, so long we see that it affects everything. Worst of all sin separates us from God. It seems so hopeless. But God wasn’t satisfied to leave his good creation to sin. God promises to bring his creation back to that perfection that God began with. The first verse that begins to reveal this promise is found in Genesis 3: 15. The enemy (Satan, represented by the serpent) will fight against God, but in the end God’s representative will crush him.