I’ve been doing a 1 hour weekend radio show for about a year – it’s a secular show, but, it’s all about kindness: stories of good people doing good things for other people. It’s a break from the sad and depressing news we hear every day, with inspiring stories you rarely hear about.
Each Wednesday, there’s a podcast with all the segments of the past weekend radio show, without commercials and local news. In today’s podcast, you’ll hear stories about how someone helped a very depressed teen, what a judge did in his backyard, and what a very secret society in Kansas is doing.
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Last Saturday I again had the privilege of teaching at the Phoenix Rescue Mission. I’ve been going there on the 5th Saturday of the month for nearly ten years. I’m posting what I taught: “The Grace of God.”
In order to demonstrate to the guys just how big God’s grace really is, I shared with them about a very evil religious terrorist! In listening to this podcast (33:35), I think you too will see
I have something a little different for you this year for Thanksgiving. In addition to a number of links to past Thanksgiving Day posts, I have recorded Psalm 118, and added some background music. (Links and audio player are below)
The psalmist expresses his praise and gratitude to God. From reading it, we Bible fans can certainly see his heart toward God, and at the same time, be inspired to show our own praise and thanks to our loving God.
David and others who wrote the psalms were human beings, just like us. They had
Today’s short podcast (11:00) is about, “Who’s your daddy and what does he do?” You might remember that line from the Arnold Schwarzenegger movie, Kindergarten Cop. (I’ll play that cllip in the podcast.)
In gospel of John there’s a pretty intense discussion about, “Who’s your daddy,” between
This podcast is actually the teaching from that Saturday night at the Mission. Listen to this presentation about the greatest thing I know on how to get rid of defeating thoughts of the past, and, find out 5 things you can do every day that will