Aug 19 2010

Ellie Kay talks about setting up a family budget

A recent study revealed that a majority of families don't have a family budget. In fact, many don't even know where to start! Ellie Kay, America's Family Financial Expert has resources and tips to help you get your budget set up and stick with it. Learn more here: http://elliekay.com/financial-resource-center.php.

Listen to Ellie Kay discuss the importance of family budgets: Segment 1 and Segment 2

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Aug 19 2010

Matthew West joins us on the show today!

We are so excited that our good friend, Matthew West is our guest on the show today! You know him for his songs, "More," "The Motions," "You are Everything" and "Save a Place for Me," but he's been busy writing and recording some brand new songs that we can't wait to share with you! Anything you want to say to Matthew today? Perhaps God has used a specific song (maybe his new one, "My Own Little World"?) to speak to you. Tell us about it!

  

 

Listen to Matthew West on with Scott & Kelli:

Part 1 ~ Matthew West talks about his experience writing songs for his new album at his cabin in Tennessee.

Part 2 ~ Matthew West's experience with a cabin mouse

Part 3 ~ The explanation of the song "My Own Little World"

Part 4 ~ Matthew West talks about the stories on his new album, The Story of Your Life.

Part 5 ~ Matthew West's story of a broken girl that influenced his new album

Part 6 ~ The story behind Matthew West's Two Houses and his live performance of the song.

Part 7 ~ Matthew West "One Less"

 

Aug 18 2010

Top 5 poems in the Bad Poetry contest: cast your vote!

Here they are...the top 5 poems in the Bad Poetry contest! Who wins the KLOVE prize pack? Cast your vote here:

1.   Rachel: The Vikings have read that the Packers are blue, Favre's coming back and they're crying "boo hoo!"

2.   Travis: Roses are red, so are sunburnt bellies, I called KLOVE 40 times for 47 seconds with Scott and Kelli!

3.   Diane: Roses are red, and the grass is all green. When did KLOVE hire Mr. Clean? (Scott!)

4.   Tori:  Pigs oink, cows moo. This poem is a waste and FarmVille is, too!

5.   Kristin: Roses are red, Facebook is blue, I secretly logged on at work to write a stinkin' poem for you!

Cast your vote! Who wins the prize pack? Rachel, Travis, Diane, Tori or Kristin?

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June 2011
Jun 30 2011

Don't Waste Another Marble!

I have been reading John Maxwell's  book, The 17 Essential Qualities of a Team Player.  It is a great read and a book that is so applicable to everyone!  We are all apart of a team in one way or another.  In the chapter on living life intentionally John shared a story that friend had shared with him.  His friend Dwight Bain overheard a Ham radio broadcast one morning and what he overheard was some an advise an older gentleman was sharing:

"It's a shame you have to be away from home and your famliy so much," he said, "Let me tell you something that has helped me keep a good perspective on my own prirorities.  You see, one day I sat down and did a little arithmetic.  The average person lives 75 years, so I multipled 75 times 52 and came up with 3,900, which is the number of Saturdays the average person has in a lifetime.

"it took me fifty-five years to think about this in any detail." he continued, "and by that time I had lived through 2,800 Saturdays.  I got to thinking that if I lived to be seventy-five, I only had about a thousand of those left to enjoy."

He went on to explain that he had bought 1,000 marbles and put them in a clear container in his favorite work area at home.  "Every Saturday since then," he said, "I have taken one of the marbles out of the jar and thown it away.  I found that by watching the marbles diminish, I focused more on the really important things in life.  There's nothing like watching your time here on this earth run out to help you get your priorities straight."

The older gentleman finished, "Now let me tell you one more thing before I sign off and take my lovely wife to breakfast.  This morning, I took my last marble out of the container.  I figure if I make it until next Saturday, then I have been given a little extra time."

We can't choose whether we will get any more time, but we can choose what we do with it.  If you are intentional with what with what you have, then you will make the most out of the time and talent that God gives you.

http://johnmaxwellonleadership.com/2011/05/16/dont-lose-your-marbles/

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Jun 30 2011

Snorting Boston Terrier

I just got a Boston Terrier for Father's Day ... I saw this and just had to share! I wonder if I can teach Boggs this! What cool tricks can your pet do??

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Jun 24 2011

What is your bucket list?

Matthew West called the show today to share about the "bucket list" item he got to check off yesterday...a personal meeting with Billy Graham! When Matthew was 13, he gave his heart to Jesus while watching a Billy Graham Crusade on TV and his song "The Next Thing You Know" was written about that experience. We are so grateful for the ministry of the Reverand Billy Graham and Matthew West!

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