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Building a Marriage that Lasts a Lifetime

One day while at the radio studio, I was talking with two young, single men who were producing a show, and the subject of marriage came up. When they found out how long my husband and I have been married … and that we are still sincerely in love …their response was noteworthy. They were…

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‘Killing Girls’ Jill Stanek

January is Sanctity of Human Life Month, and we have aired, or re-aired shows on the subject, including with Jill Stanek, a nurse, who tells of her horrific experience finding a discarded baby aborted alive in the hospital she worked at, and how that led her to the White House for legislation to stop such…

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How Important is Family to You Really?

Who would argue that family impacts our life more than any other institution, no matter who we are – a president or a pedestrian guard; a movie star or a mailman? Depending on our family experience, we will rate that impact somewhere between positive and negative. But experience is not the only indication to how…

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Go on a Day Trip of Simple Compassion

Compassion is the desire to ease another’s suffering; to alleviate another’s distress. More than a feeling, compassion is shown in service and giving. Mother Teresa was known, celebrated and admired for her compassion displayed in the slums of Calcutta, India, where she helped and cared for the poor and sick, who others had forgotten. You may never travel…

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Friends Make Us Healthy and Vice Versa

“The results are in: The healthiest people in the world are the ones who need other people…and…the ones who put effort and energy into relationships.” These are the opening words in the book, “People Need People – the Importance of Relationships to Health and Wellness” by Brent Q. Hafen and Kathryn J. Frandsen. It’s a…

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Back to School Compassion: Pencil Case Kits

Our theme is “Back to School” month on the Show, but also as an outreach: There are countless numbers of parents in the United States as well as in developing countries struggling to provide basic shelter, food, and clothing for their children. They are often unable to purchase the required and needed supplies for their…

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Why Christians Should Vote Including You

“Of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are indispensable supports. It is impossible to rightly govern the world without God and the Bible.” -George Washington ** Silence never speaks — and God gave you a voice ** Did you know? That the majority of Christians simply don’t vote?…

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Find a Good Charity This Holiday Season

According to Arthur C. Brooks a scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and author of “ Who Really Cares”. Americans are remarkably charitable. But what sorts of people give the most? And how do we compare with the Europeans? Here’s what Brooks found: Q. How much do Americans give? Is the amount we give going…

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Holidays & Relatives: Choosing to Love

  Ahhh, the holidays – a special time of celebration and festivities! So, why are they so often colored with strain in relationships, disappointment, and even heartache? One reason is because it’s a time to get together with family members…including some we may have unresolved issues with. Another reason for strain during the holidays is…

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Women Making a Difference: You Can Too!

A young 37 year old woman named Alexandra is making the difference in the lives of kids (and their parents) with life-threatening illnesses each month, through Make a Child Smile, which she started in 1998. How does MACS work? From the website: ” The stories of courageous kids that you’ll read on this website will touch your…

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