Focus On The Family

Focus On The Family

Mon - Sat 10am.

Gary Thomas discusses a new approach to positively influencing your husband.

Our Daily Bread

Our Daily Bread

6am and 7:15am.

Our Daily Bread Cover April 2014

When I was a child, one of my favorite pastimes was playing on the teeter-totter in the nearby park. A kid would sit on each end of the board and bounce each other up and down. Sometimes the one who was down would stay there and leave his playmate stuck up in the air yelling to be let down. But the cruelest of all tricks was getting off the teeter-totter and running away when your friend was up in the air—he would come crashing down to the ground with a painful bump.

Just Thinking

Just Thinking

Mon - Fri 1pm.

When Satan tempts us he appeals to our intellect and will. Today on Just Thinking Ravi Zacharias tells us about one other avenue the devil uses to get us to sin…..our imagination.


Insight For Living

Insight For Living

Mon - Sat 6pm.

Apr 22, 2014 - Apr 24, 2014

Hebrews 10:19-25

Hebrews 10 commands Christians to “hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, for He who promised is faithful” (Hebrews 10:23). But do you know what command follows it, written before the ink had dried on the first? “And let us consider how to stimulate one another to love and good deeds” (10:24).

Strengthening Your Grip: Essentials in an Aimless World

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Living Truth

Mon - Fri 9pm.

Sin has become a barrier to fellowship with Him. It has become a barrier to experience of Him and to relationship with Him. And the foundation for everything else God has to give us is the fact that He first of all forgives us.
Money Wise

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

  • 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?

Be sure to check out the Compass website for a complete listing of helpful resources and radio archives.

Thanks for your prayers and generous financial support 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.

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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Mon/Wed/Sat 11pm

3301 Carl Hatch: (Alcohol, Fear, Mental Illness) Carl's dad, chief of police, has a mental breakdown when Carl is a teenager. Feeling rejected, Carl attempts suicide twice by over-dosing on pills. Carl becomes an anti-social alcoholic. He goes to treatment and quits drinking. He is saved, marries and is a Paramedic when he learns about his dad's past.
The Storyteller

The Story Teller

Sat 3pm. Sun 12pm.

Podcast ImageRay recalls how his grandfather told him stories that were handed down from his people... stories that were very scary and brought fear to him as a child. He shares one of these along with the impact that it had on him then, and the perspective that he has about it now.
Keys For Kids

Keys For Kids

Monday to Saturday

7:30am & 7:30pm

Hannah listened as Miss Lewis explained what would be expected of the junior counselors at church camp. "You'll teach Bible stories to the younger kids, and it's important that your behavior is a good example to them," said Miss Lewis.

Hannah nodded, excited but also a bit nervous. Some of the kids act like we're just going for fun. What if they tempt me to goof off? she worried. I don't want to disappoint Miss Lewis--or God!

"That's it for today," finished Miss Lewis. "We'll go over more things when we meet again next week." So Hannah said goodbye and headed home.

"Hi, honey," Mom greeted her. "You're coming in just as I'm going out. I have a meeting at church in fifteen minutes." She pointed to a cookbook on the counter. "Think you can follow those directions and make a meatloaf for dinner while I'm gone?"

"Sure," agreed Hannah. "I'll just read them carefully and do what it says."

When Mom returned, dinner was ready. Everyone complimented Hannah on her meatloaf. Even her little brother had two good-sized helpings.

As they washed the dishes after dinner, Hannah told her mother about her concerns regarding camp. "Hm-m-m," murmured Mom. "Tell me . . . did you have any trouble making the meatloaf?"

"No," replied Hannah. "I just followed all the directions on the recipe."

Mom smiled. "Well," she said, "there are also directions for us to follow when we're worried or need help. Do you know where to find them?"

Hannah grinned. "Well, Miss Lewis is giving us lots of good directions,"she said, "but I don't think you mean her. I think you mean the Bible, don't you?"

"That's right," said Mom. "Pay close attention to what Miss Lewis tells you, but also think about the verses you've memorized and use them as recipes while you're at camp." Mom dried the last plate. "Follow God's directions, and you can't help but do a good job."

"Okay," Hannah agreed. "I'll start with the verse that says to obey those who are in authority--like Miss Lewis."

How About You?
Is the Word of God a part of your daily life? Do you memorize verses regularly and then think about them and the lessons they teach? Today's Scripture says to not only keep God's Word in your heart, but also to talk about it when you sit, walk, lie down, and rise up. The Bible has verses to help you in all kinds of situations. Become familiar with passages that tell you what to do when you're worried, afraid, or tempted. Make God's Word a part of all your activities.

Today's Key Verse:
I will delight myself in Your statutes; I will not forget Your word.
(Psalm 119:16)

Today's Key Thought:
Use God's Word in daily life

Paws & Tales

Sat 8am.

Apr 18, 2014

1 Peter 1:3

C.J. thinks he knows everything about Easter. He's heard it all before. But he's never experienced an Easter like this! Discover with C.J. what it means to be a true believer of Jesus Christ.

Paws & Tales

Kids Corner

Tue 4pm.

Episode Summary:

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to meet Jesus? Or to be in Jerusalem the very week Jesus was crucified and raised from the dead? You’re invited to explore the miracle of Easter on this week’s Kids Corner.

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Verse: Matthew 28:6

He is not here; he is risen, just as he said.

What if someone said to you, “Oh, I know all about Easter.  It’s Easter baskets and chocolate bunnies and coloring eggs.”  What would you say?  Do you know how to talk about the real miracle of Easter?  If you’re not sure what you would say, here’s some help.

The Easter story starts with God and how God created us.  God gives us each value and purpose; he wants to us to know him personally.  But when we sin, we can’t have a personal relationship with God.  What is sin?  Sin is anything (thoughts, actions, words, attitudes) that turns us away from God.  What is the result of sin?  Sin separates us from God—eternally, which means even after we die.

Some people respond to this separation from God by denying there is a God or by doing lots of good works or by focusing on jobs or money or relationships with other people.  None of these will satisfy our deepest hunger to be with God. What can we do about our sin?

Jesus is the only one who can bridge the gap between us and God.  He paid the price for our sins when he died on the cross on Good Friday, but he didn’t remain dead.  Jesus rose from the dead and conquered Satan and sin once and for all on Easter Sunday!  So how can we have a personal relationship with Jesus?  First, admit we are sinners and are separated from God by our own sins.  Then believe that Jesus is our Savior—he promises to forgive our sin.  Trust Jesus from now on to direct our lives to live for him, in him, and with him.

That’s the real meaning of Easter—Jesus coming to earth to be one of us and to save us!  Jesus is the only meaning of Easter!  This year, if someone asks you about Easter and candy, be ready to talk about Jesus!  He’s the reason we celebrate!

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Full Devotion

Discussion Guide:

Do you know how the early Christians greeted each other? They said, "He is risen. He is risen indeed." Having watched Jesus die on the cross and having seen him buried in a tomb, the fact that Jesus had risen from that grave was such a stunning event that it became their signature whenever they met. Jesus' resurrection was a dramatic, confirming revelation that Jesus truly was the Son of God.

We pray that this retelling of the Easter story will help you to experience the amazing truth that "He is risen, He is risen indeed." And, that knowing this will give energy and urgency to your witness and confident hope for your future.

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