Dec 28 2012

12 Days of Christmas

12 Days of Christmas = holiday cheer until January 6th! Which also means more of "Name That Christmas Tune" with Amy and her trumpet!

Listen in!

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Dec 21 2012

Free Music Weekend Begins Today

This weekend you can win a 3 pack of Christmas CD’s… Lincoln Brewster’s “Joy To The World,” Mikeschair’s “It’s Christmas“ and Jason Gray’s "Christmas Stories: Repeat The Sounding Joy." Just listen for a cue to call from Lincoln, Mike or Jason and be caller #10 at 800-900-1300!

PLUS… Every winner gets qualified to win a Limited Edition Lincoln Brewster guitar with artwork by “America’s Got Talent” finalist David Garibaldi!

 

 



Here's a cool video of David's art in action!

 


Remember, you must listen in for the cue to call!

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Dec 18 2012

Sam Kankelfritz Wishes You a Merry Christmas

Kankelfritz's 3-year-old son has something to tell you this holiday season!

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Dec 17 2012

A Christmas Prayer by Max Lucado

Dear Jesus,

It's a good thing you were born at night. This world sure seems dark. I have a good eye for silver linings. But they seem dimmer lately.

Your world seems a bit darker this Christmas. But you were born in the dark, right? You came at night. The shepherds were night shift workers. The Wise Men followed a star. Your first cries were heard in the shadows. To see your face, Mary and Joseph needed a candle flame. It was dark. Dark with Herod's jealousy. Dark with Roman oppression. Dark with poverty. Dark with violence.

Herod went on a rampage. Joseph took you and your mom into Egypt. You were an immigrant before you were a Nazarene.

Oh, Lord Jesus, you entered the dark world of your day. Won't you enter ours? We are weary of bloodshed. We, like the wise men, are looking for a star. We, like the shepherds, are kneeling at a manger.

This Christmas, we ask you, heal us, help us, be born anew in us.

Hopefully,
Your Children

 

 

Written by Max Lucado
Source: (maxlucado.com)

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