- FAMILY PROGRAMS
- Focus On The Family
Focus On The Family
Mon - Sat 10am.
Todd and Angie Smith discuss the experience of carrying their fatally ill baby to term.
- Our Daily Bread
Our Daily Bread
6am and 7:15am.
Hiking in the mountains of Utah, Coty Creighton spotted a goat that didn’t look like the rest of the herd. A closer look revealed that the unusual animal was actually a man dressed as a goat. When authorities contacted the man, he described his costume as a painter’s suit covered in fleece, and he said he was testing his disguise for a hunting trip.
- TEACHING PROGRAMS
- Just Thinking
Mon - Fri 1pm.Ravi Zacharias answers questions from a Muslim student at the University of Michigan today on Just Thinking in another Friday Q&A.
- Insight For Living
Insight For Living
Mon - Sat 6pm.
Mar 6, 2014 - Mar 10, 2014
What stubborn people we can be! Selfish to the core, we want our way, not someone else's…and certainly not God's. Short-sighted, we see the immediate and the obvious, not the ultimate and the hidden. Easily irritated and impatient, our first reaction when taken advantage of is to retaliate, to establish a defensive posture and not give anyone an inch. Those efforts only intensify when faced with an adversary. Then we aren't satisfied with simply standing our ground and being determined…getting even becomes our agenda.
Simple Faith: The Sermon on the Mount--A Study of Matthew 5-7
- Living Truth
Mon - Fri 9pm.The Trinity is very clearly revealed to us in Scripture. The word Trinity doesn’t occur there but there is very clear evidence of the nature of the Father as God and the nature of the Son equally as God, of the Holy Spirit as being God. And yet Scripture also bears witness to the fact there is one God.
- Money Wise
Mon - Sat 5pm.
Star Wars Money Lessons – Howard Dayton and Steve Moore reveal what the Star Wars movies can teach you about Biblical money management. Then they answer questions at (800) 525-7000 and MoneyWise@Compass1.org:
- Would it be wrong to use debt to invest in rental properties?
- What is the best way to invest $10,000 over a 3-year period before we head into mission field?
- I am $15,000 in debt, and I am wondering if there is a way to consolidate the debt?
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which allow us to keep MoneyWise on-the-air!
- Church Alive
Church Alive airs Sundays at 3pm and 9pm.
Church Alive serves to bring local messages from churches to you the listener.
- MUSIC PROGRAMS
- Revive with Tom
Revive with Tom Gayton
One hour of contemproray Christian music featuring global and local artists with their the latest Christian hits! Check out Canadian Corner and the Apologetix song of the week.
Revive, Saturdays at 8pm
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- TESTIMONIAL PROGRAMS
Mon/Wed/Sat 11pm3294 Tom Knox Classic: (Religion, Alcoholism) Quitting school well before graduation, Tom enrolls in the army and is injured by a mortar shell. He is returned home where an addiction to alcohol quickly seizes control of his life. His wife dies of a heart attack, and one day Tom wakes up in a shabby hotel, unaware of how he got there (and relieved of the cash in his wallet). Having lost his wife and his hope, Tom finds a new reason to live when he responds to a call for salvation given by a mission preacher.
- The Storyteller
The Story Teller
Sat 3pm. Sun 12pm.
- CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS
- Keys For Kids
Keys For Kids
Monday to Saturday
7:30am & 7:30pmOwen frowned as his mother passed him a bowl of peas. "I know you don't care for peas, Owen," she said, "but I want you to take a few." Knowing better than to argue, he reluctantly dropped a few peas on his plate.
"Pretend they're something else," suggested his sister Shelly. "Pretend you're a missionary--like in the book I'm reading. Make believe the natives invited you to dinner. They offered you that food. You've never seen it before, but if you want them to accept you, you have to eat it. Otherwise you'll hurt their feelings."
"But they're not peas? Well, if they don't have peas in some countries, I'll go there!" Owen grinned, entering into the game. "What do I pretend these are?"
Shelly laughed. "Bugs!" she said. As Owen made a face, Shelly turned to her mother. "Some night, let's pretend we're in one of the countries where our church has missionaries, Mom," she suggested. "Like Japan. We could sit on the floor and eat with chopsticks."
"Yeah!" Owen nodded. "Only I vote for Italy. We could have pizza!"
"I like the idea!" approved Dad. "Let's choose one country each month. We could learn about the climate in that country, the kind of work people do there, and the kind of money they use."
"All right," said Mom. "I have an international cookbook. Shelly and I can figure out the menu and do the cooking."
"You won't make us eat bugs, will you?" asked little Danny with a frown.
Shelly laughed. "No bugs," she promised. "You can decorate placemats, Danny,"
"I'll help you," offered Owen. "I'll draw a map on one and pictures showing the country's products and trees or flowers on others. You can color them, okay?"
Dad leaned back in his chair. "And I'll report on the kind of work our missionaries do there--whether it's starting churches, working in hospitals, translating the Bible, or whatever. Why don't we have our first missionary dinner a week from today."
"Good," agreed Mom. "Now, Owen, since you're still in the United States, you need to finish your peas." Owen nodded, stabbed a single pea with his fork, and put it into his mouth.
How About You?
Could your family plan a missions night? If preparing a whole foreign dinner seems too difficult, perhaps Mom could prepare one special dish or dessert from a different country. In any case, find information about the country where the missionaries from your church work. Learn what kind of ministries they have and what the people there are like. Learn something about their countries. Doing this will help you know how to pray for the missionaries and the people with whom they work.
Today's Key Verse:
I have become all things to all men, that I might by all means save some.
(1 Corinthians 9:22)
Today's Key Thought:
Learn about your missionaries
- Paws & Tales
- Kids Corner
Tue 4pm.Episode Summary:
Super cool news! Liz and his friends are flying off to Luxurious Lizard Lagoon—that is if the plane ever takes off. Join Liz as he discovers God’s detours often lead to amazing adventures and new friends on this week’s Kids Corner.
Have you ever wondered about God’s timing? Time for a Bible Quiz on God’s Timing!
Question 1: Philip was telling lots of people about Christ when suddenly God sent him to walk along a lonely road. (Acts 8) Why?
Question 2: Paul was preaching in the busy market of Philippi when he was thrown into jail. (Acts 16) Why would God allow that?
Question 3: Jesus got news that his good friend Lazarus was very sick, but Jesus didn’t change his plans. (John 11) Why wouldn’t Jesus heal his friend?
How did you do? God’s timing was perfect for Philip to be walking along a desert road when a very important man from Ethiopia came driving along. After Philip told the man about Jesus and baptized him, the man traveled back to Ethiopia, bringing the gospel to another country (Ethiopia) and a new continent (Africa). Paul didn’t waste his time in jail; he prayed and sang songs to God so loudly that the other prisoners listened to him. Then Paul witnessed about Jesus to the head jailer and his family. Imagine all the people a Christian jailer could talk to about Jesus—both prisoners and their visitors! Jesus didn’t heal Lazarus from his disease; Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead! Many of the people who were there to comfort Lazarus’ family instead met Jesus and believed in him. We were given this truth: Jesus is the resurrection and the life. Who believes in Jesus will live even though he dies. (John 11: 25)
What about you? The next time God seems slow to act….or you are delayed from doing something you want to do….or the timing of something just seems odd….look for God. God always has a reason for his plan and for his timing. Be on the look out for what God may be planning to do through you today!
In this verse, we see that God has a plan for each one of us. As we try to place ourselves in this week story, we too remember that sometimes our plans and God’s plan can be quite different. How often do we look back and see God’s guiding hands intentionally involved in our lives? Can you see God’s fingerprints on the days and weeks that have just happened? What events make more sense to you now that you can look back on them?
We don’t like it when God says no to our plans. He answers our prayers with three answers: “Yes”, “No” and “Wait”. In our world, where everything is instant, we don’t like being told “No” or “Wait”. Stop and listen to the still small voice of God who reveals His plan. God has placed us where we are for a reason about which we might not know. Maybe it’s a big thing where we will have an opportunity to proclaim his name to a friend or neighbor. Maybe it’s a small thing. In Matt 10:42, Jesus points out that giving a cup of cold water to someone who needs it can be done in Jesus’ name.
How can we bless the people around us? A lot of times we are looking ahead to the next thing in our lives and ignoring what and who are in front of us. Let’s start with a smile and a positive attitude. As Grandpa pointed out, we can be examples of praising God in whatever the circumstances are. The Holy Spirit walks with us, and he knows us far better than we know ourselves. That’s why we can be sure that every detail in our lives of love for God is worked into something good.
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