- FAMILY PROGRAMS
- Focus On The Family
Focus On The Family
Mon - Sat 10am.Author and speaker Bo Stern candidly discusses the challenges her family's experienced as a result of her husband's fight against ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease), and offers encouragement to those facing similar battles. (Part 1 of 2)
- Our Daily Bread
Our Daily Bread
6am and 7:15am.
When NASA began using a new kind of space telescope to capture different spectrums of light, researchers were surprised at one of the photos. It shows what looks like fingers, a thumb, and an open palm showered with spectacular colors of blue, purple, green, and gold. Some have called it “The Hand of God.”
- TEACHING PROGRAMS
- Just Thinking
Mon - Fri 1pm.If you’ve read the news lately, you may find yourself wondering how we got to the level of evil and immorality we’re at now. Ravi Zacharias explores the importance of remembering the past as he digs deeper into the contradictory thinking the world embraces.
- Insight For Living
Insight For Living
Mon - Sat 6pm.
Jan 26, 2015 - Jan 28, 2015
Exodus 3:1-8, 10-11, 13-15; 4:1-4, 10-11, 13, 29-31
Our Lord is full of surprises! His leading includes twists and turns, ups and downs, potholes and drop offs that initially shake us up. The fact that we rarely can guess the ultimate destination only adds to the adventure! God's plans for us are often over and above what we imagine or desire…and our response is often reluctance. Yet God continues to stretch us beyond what we consider our limits.
- Living Truth
Mon - Fri 9pm.Culture is different and legitimate but when we begin to feel that one culture – usually my culture – is superior to another or sometimes somebody else’s culture is superior to mine and so we feel intimidated, then the difference becomes a division.
- Money Wise
Mon - Sat 5pm.Howard Dayton and Steve Moore tell you how to keep identity thieves from stealing your tax refund. Then the answer …read more
- 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
Send in your requests to firstname.lastname@example.org
- TESTIMONIAL PROGRAMS
Mon/Wed/Sat 11pm3341 Helen Barteaux Classic: (Restless Life, Ignoring God). Helen faces one trial after another and then blames God for not being there to help make life better. She ultimately stops believing in God. She marries twice, divorces once, but her second husband dies. Between and after the marriages, she restlessly travels around the country. The man remodeling her beauty shop invites her to visit PGM, where she is led to Christ by Harry Saulnier.
- The Storyteller
The Story Teller
Sat 3pm. Sun 12pm.George grew up in Mountain Village, Alaska where life can be pretty rugged. One day, while he was out on his snow machine he got caught in a storm. He got lost and, eventually, his snowmobile ran out of gas. He found himself in a potentially deadly situation. Should he abandon his snow machine or stay put?
- CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS
- Keys For Kids
Keys For Kids
Monday to Saturday
7:30am & 7:30pmPaul put his report card on the table and picked up the newspaper. He raced upstairs, plopped down on his bed, and hurried through each page until he found what he was searching for. It was the third of a five-part article called "Treasures of the Deep." The articles told about the discovery of treasures found in the seas. Paul eagerly read the current one and then cut it out. He often imagined what it would be like to find treasure and get rich.
After dinner, Dad picked up the paper. "What's been so interesting in the newspaper lately?" he asked. "I see that another article's been cut out."
Paul's eyes shone as he told his dad all about the treasure articles and how he hoped he could be a treasure hunter some day. "I like the water, so I think it would be great to hunt treasure deep down in the ocean," he said.
Dad smiled. "Why not start hunting treasure right now?"
"How can I hunt treasure now?" Paul asked in disbelief.
Mom frowned. "I think your dad's teasing you," she said.
Dad laughed. "I guess I am--a little," he admitted, "but you actually can hunt treasure of a different kind right now--wisdom."
"Oh, that's right," said Mom. "The book of Proverbs describes wisdom as being 'more precious' than gold or valuable jewels. You could hunt wisdom, Paul."
"How do I do that?" asked Paul. "By studying hard in school?"
"That is important," agreed Dad, "but the Bible says the 'fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom.' We need to recognize God's goodness and greatness and power. We learn more about that from His Word. You can dig deep into it as you read it and listen to what your pastor and Sunday school teacher say."
"Right!" Mom nodded. "It's okay to dream of being a treasure hunter as long as you find the treasure of wisdom first."
"Sounds good to me." Paul grinned. "I'll start treasure-hunting tonight! The book of Proverbs sounds like a good place to start."
How About You?
Do you want to be a treasure hunter? Wisdom is one of the greatest treasures. Start by learning what God wants to teach you from His Word. Read your Bible. Study your Sunday school or Bible club lessons. Ask questions when you don't understand something. Wisdom is more valuable than money. Start hunting for it today!
Today's Key Verse:
She (wisdom) is more precious than rubies, and all . . . you may desire cannot compare with her.
Today's Key Thought:
Wisdom is a treasure
- Paws & Tales
Jan 23, 2015
Staci makes a new friend that helps her understand that “truth speaks even when we don't want it to.” That mysterious saying leads Staci to a discovery of how important it is to love the things God loves. Meanwhile C.J. has to face the truth himself when his new buddy reveals a dishonest streak!
Paws & Tales
- Kids Corner
Tue 4pm.Episode Summary:
Yikes! What happens when Liz and Lucille try to return a lunch box that belongs to someone in the weirdest family in town? Find out on this week’s episode of Kids Corner.
Have you ever heard of the Faith Hall of Fame? Its members are listed and described in Hebrews 11. Here's a question for you about our heroes of Faith: True or False. Each person in the Faith Hall of Fame had a perfect reputation.
Did you know the answer is false? Here are some of our great faith heroes:
- Abraham. Yes, he talked with God often. He seemed to be a wealthy man who always obeyed God. He also lied to a king that his wife was his sister and then let that king take Sarah to marry her. Only God's intervention saved Sarah from becoming an Egyptian princess.
- Gideon is a great hero of faith who drove out the mean, nasty Midianites from his country. But everyone who knew him also knew he was the youngest son of a little family from a little tribe in Israel. Everyone also knew that he was a scaredy cat who needed lots of signs from God before he would act.
- King David is listed in the Faith Hall of Fame. He was a man who was after God's own heart. Unfortunately, he neglected to teach his family-he had lots of wives and children-enough about God. His children grew up hating and hurting each other and their father. Everyone knew that David's own son even tried to kill him.
- Moses led God's people out of slavery in Egypt. But he also murdered an Egyptian. He tried to tell God to choose another person to save Israel. He wasn't allowed into the promised land because he disobeyed God in front of the Israelites.
Who are our faith heroes? They are just ordinary people with lots of problems and faults. They mess up regularly. They also believe in God and try their best to obey him. Be very careful in judging the next person you meet. He or she just might be the next hero of faith in the making!
How do you judge others? Sometimes we make up a whole extra set of rules for people to follow in order to be considered good Christians. These rules can define what clothes to wear, music to listen to, books to read, people to hang out with, and how to spend free time. When we create these rules for conformity without leaving room for the God-given individuality of each person, we can discourage those who are “different” from hearing and responding to the message of the gospel. Yes, there are biblical principles that guide our words and actions. But there is a lot of room for individual expression within those guidelines.
We do not want to judge people because of outward appearance when the Bible tells us that God looks at the heart (1 Samuel 16:7). We do not want to withhold the love God commands us to extend to others (Matthew 22: 37-39) because they are different than we are. This is difficult for us because when we are with people like us we feel safe and comfortable. But maybe our discomfort will be the incentive for us to depend on God as we reach out to others, especially those who are different.
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