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    Focus on the Family

    Mon - Sat 10am

    Pastor Ray Johnston and his wife, Carol, descri...
    Posted: September 11, 2014, 9:16 pm



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    Our Daily Bread

    6:15am and 7:15am

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    Our Daily Bread

    Daily Devotionals

    In March 2011, a devastating tsunami struck Japan, taking nearly 16,000 lives as it obliterated towns and villages along the coast. Writer and poet Gretel Erlich visited Japan to witness and document the destruction. When she felt inadequate to report what she was seeing, she wrote a poem about it. In a PBS NewsHour interview she said, “My old friend William Stafford, a poet now gone, said, ‘A poem is an emergency of the spirit.’”

    Author: David C. McCasland
    Posted: September 23, 2014, 1:00 am

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    Daily Devotionals

    In March 2011, a devastating tsunami struck Japan, taking nearly 16,000 lives as it obliterated towns and villages along the coast. Writer and poet Gretel Erlich visited Japan to witness…

    Posted: September 23, 2014, 5:00 am


  • Just Thinking

    Mon - Fri 1pm.

    New Age seems to offer spirituality without struggle or rules, but what is it really? On today’s Just Thinking, Ravi begins to unpack the New Age movement and the foundation it is built on.
  • Insight For Living

    Mon - Sat 6pm.

    Sep 23, 2014 - Sep 25, 2014

    Genesis 19:1-14

    Scripture gives ample warnings and shocking examples of the effects of godly people who become contaminated by close friendships with the immoral world. The account of Lot's behaviour on the night of the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah provides a vivid example of the tragic consequences of such moral compromise. Rather than standing as a lighthouse of godly convictions, Lot became tolerant of the immorality around him and led his entire family into peril.

    Abraham: One Nomad's Amazing Journey of Faith

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  • Living Truth

    Mon - Fri 9pm.

    Often as Christians we feel that the wrath of God is something about which we either keep extremely silent or we need to make an apology and explain how it’s not really wrath, but something much nicer than that. It’s just unfortunate that wrath is a bad word.
  • 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 how to pay off student loans.
    Author: Howard Dayton
    Posted: September 23, 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

    3323 Charles Emerson Classic: (Self-sufficiency, Wanderlust, Alcohol, Gambling) When Charles tells his Sunday school teacher he wants to be saved, she tells him he's already a good boy and doesn't need to do anything. After a futile attempt to be good, he gives himself over to evil. Wanderlust moves him about the country, even after he marries. Following the "prediction" and "fulfillment" of a couple of dire events, he ends up at an evangelistic service where he finally understands that he can't do good, but God can change him and make him a new creature. He places his faith in Christ, his wife follows later and they eventually pastor a small church in the Ozarks.
  • The Story Teller

    Sat 3pm. and Sun 12pm.

    Podcast ImageEd was raised by his grandma until she died when he was fourteen years old. His uncle was as close to a dad as he ever had. He doesn't know who his real dad is. Listen as Ed shares some of his early life experiences growing up in the Six Nations area of Ontario.
  • Keys For Kids

    Mon - Sat  7:30am & 7:30pm

    "Go, Jordan! Go!" yelled Derek, jumping up and down in his enthusiasm. He watched as his teammate tucked the football under his arm, jumped over another player, and sprinted down the field. "All right!" Derek cheered wildly as Jordan scored the first touchdown of the game.

    At the dinner table that evening, Derek gave his family a blow-by-blow account of the afternoon's game. Over and over they heard the name Jordan as Derek described the various plays.

    Finally, Derek's sister Kara looked at her brother in disgust. "I'm sick and tired of hearing about all the wonderful plays Jordan made," she declared. "I thought you didn't even like him, and frankly, I agreed with you. But now all you do is sing his praises."

    "Well, he may not be my favorite person in the world," admitted Derek. "He's not my best friend or anything, but he's on our team. We work together for the same cause. We're both Coreyville Cougars!" He paused. "You should have seen him run this afternoon," added Derek. "Peter passed the ball to Jordan, and he ran down the field like a bolt of lightning. The other . . ."

    "Oh, help me," moaned Kara with a sigh. "Here comes another episode in your 'Jordan, the Amazing Football Player' story."

    Mom laughed. "I'm glad you enjoyed your game so much, Derek," she said. "It's nice that your team won, and it's also nice that you've found something to admire about Jordan. We should always look for positive things in others."

    "I think Derek has given us a good example of how we should view other Christians," observed Dad with a smile. "We don't have to like everything about them, and they don't all have to be our best friends. But we should remember that we're on the same team--God's team. Together, we're fighting to win others to Jesus and bring glory to God."

    "Just like Jordan and me are working on the same team to win our football games," said Derek.

    "Yes," Dad agreed, "and like Mom suggested, you can usually find something to like in people, even in those you don't particularly want as close friends."

    How About You?
    Is there a fellow Christian who annoys you? You probably enjoy being with some Christians more than with others. But remember that all who know Jesus belong to Him, and that makes you teammates. He loves each one of them, and you should look for some good quality in them, too. Then concentrate on that rather than on the things that annoy you. Work together as teammates to glorify the Lord.

    Today's Key Verse:
    You are all one in Christ Jesus.
    (Galatians 3:28)

    Today's Key Thought:
    Christians are your teammates

  • Paws & Tales

    Sat 8am.

    Sep 19, 2014

    Psalm 62:1-2

    Staci's life seems to be going really well—she enjoys her church, her family, and she even likes going to school. But all of that is about to change. Now Staci must learn how to trust God's plans when everything around her seems out of control.

    Paws & Tales

  • Kids Corner

    Tue 4pm.

    Episode Summary:

    A mysterious professor is building a dome that he claims may save the world. When Liz enters the dome, what will he find? Tune in to this week’s Kids Corner to find out.

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    Verse: Genesis 1:1

    And God saw all that he had made, and it was very good.

    Have you ever wondered about how God created our world?  Have you ever wondered what if…..what if God created the cheetahs before he created land?  Or what if he didn’t create mountains?  Or, what if he forgot to create clouds for rain?  It’s amazing that God created so many different things—all in perfect order and all just by speaking them into existence.

    Do you know the order of God’s creating week?  He spent three days creating spaces and then the next three days filling these spaces. 

    Day 1:  God looked at empty darkness and declared, “Let there be light.”  And there was light.  God enjoyed his light and called it good.

    Day 2:  God looked at the waters and separated them from the sky.  He enjoyed his sky and called it good.

    Day 3:  God separated dry ground from the water.  He then filled the land with plants and trees of many kinds.  God enjoyed his land, his plants, his trees and called them all good.

    Day 4:  God filled the sky with the sun in the day and the moon and the stars in the night.  He enjoyed his beautiful lights and called them good.

    Day 5:  God filled the sky with all sorts of birds and filled the waters with amazing sea creatures.  He enjoyed all the creatures he designed and called them all good.

    Day 6:  God filled the land with animals, big and small,  and called all his animals good.  He then created one special creature in his own likeness.  He surveyed everything he had made and said, “Everything I have created is very good!”

    The next time you are outside, take a minute to look at something God created.  Enjoy it.  Thank God for his creation…..he designed this world for you and for him to enjoy together….forever!

    Full Devotion

    Discussion Guide:

    Did you know that the Bible is more than a collection of stories about God and his people? It is actually one Story, an epic story. Author Sally Lloyd Jones describes it this way:

    The Bible isn’t a book of rules or heroes. The Bible is most of all a story. It’s an adventure story about a young hero who comes from a far country to win back his lost treasure. It’s a love story about a brave prince who leaves his palace, his throne—everything—to rescue the one he loves. It’s like the most wonderful of fairy tales that has come true in real life. You see the best thing about this Story is—it’s true . . . There are lots of stories in the Bible, but all the stories are telling one big story. The story of how God loves his children and comes to rescue them.  It takes the whole Bible to tell this story (The Jesus Storybook Bible—Every Story Whispers His Name, Sally Lloyd-Jones, p. 17).

    Theologians often describe the Story of God in four parts—Creation, Fall, Redemption, and Restoration. This is the outline of God’s Epic Story as told in the Bible. One of the important tasks Christians have is to recognize that their story is a part of God’s story. What they do, who they are, how they work and serve, is all a part of God’s story as God’s kingdom comes in our world and prepares us for the Restored Creation—a new heaven and a new earth.

    The next four episodes of Kids Corner are written with this in mind—creation, fall, redemption, and restoration. Of course it can’t possibly tell God’s story adequately, but it is an imaginative attempt to illustrate the story with Liz and his friends. We hope that this will prompt discussion with you and your children about God’s Epic Story and why God sent Jesus to our world, and to recognize your place in the story.

    We start with Creation . . .

    Full Discussion Guide