Oct 23 2012

Special Guest - Matthew West

Matthew West was on the air with us today! He talked about how fellow artist Mandisa gave him a new nickname, and the first song he ever wrote, entitled "Someone Else's Lawn" about a dog. Listen to it below:

The story behind "Forgiveness"

Giving up his dream of being a baseball player

Mandisa gives Matthew West a new nickname

Kankelfritz whistles along to "My Own Little World"

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Oct 02 2012

A good morning in the midst of grief

This was a phone call we received from Jean, a mother who just lost her son. In the midst of the grief she was dealing with, she still praises God through it all. A remarkable story of perseverance and an inspiration to us all. 

"Good Morning" by Mandisa

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Aug 31 2012

Special Guest TobyMac

We are spending time with TobyMac this morning. If you have anything to share you can tell us here, on Facebook or Twitter

 

Family Inspiration

Eye On It (iTunes | Amazon)

 

Having 5 Kids

"Me Without You" (iTunes | Amazon)

When did you give your life to Christ?

What has kept you going?

Being Vulnerable

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Aug 28 2012

Who is Grumpier?

It's official: Women more grumpy than men in the morning. Daily Mail

Mabe it's that withering look she gives you as she clatters her coffee cup or perhaps she's just plain snappy, but men have for years bemoaned the perils of early mornings with their better halves. Millions of chaps across the country have come to agree that the best way to avoid the outbreak of World War Three over breakfast is to keep well away until the bad tempered creature that came from beneath the duvet (aka the wife) lightens up a bit. New research has confirmed they have every right to be wary. It found that not only are women grumpier than men first thing, but also that they remain in a foul mood for longer. A survey by The Sleep Council showed a quarter of men never wake up in a bad mood, compared to just one in seven women. And reeling from a sleepless night, caused mainly by stress and worry, 13 per cent of the so-called fairer sex will remain in a bad mood for up to four hours, compared to ten per cent of men.

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