- FAMILY PROGRAMS
- Focus On The Family
Focus On The Family
Mon - Sat 10am.Franklin Graham talks about his rebellious past, his journey of faith and his passion for sharing the Gospel and helping the poor. (Part 2 of 2)
- Our Daily Bread
Our Daily Bread
6am and 7:15am.
Singapore is a tiny island. It’s so small that one can hardly spot it on the world map. (Try it, if you don’t already know where Singapore is.) Because it is densely populated, consideration of others is especially important. A man wrote to his fiancée who was coming to Singapore for the first time: “Space is limited. Therefore . . . you must always have that sense of space around you. You should always step aside to ensure you are not blocking anyone. The key is to be considerate.”
- TEACHING PROGRAMS
- Just Thinking
Mon - Fri 1pm.Today’s Just Thinking brings you the final segment of the question and answer session at Columbia University in New York City. Be sure to listen as Ravi answers questions about relativism and absolute truth.
- Insight For Living
Insight For Living
Mon - Sat 6pm.
Oct 22, 2014 - Oct 24, 2014
Too many people have lost their joy and are suffering a chronic case of the “woe-is-me” syndrome. They've either forgotten or never learned that amidst the desert-like sadness, sorrow, tragedy, and grief of life, God has planted beautiful oases of joy, peace, celebration, and laughter. This shouldn't surprise us, though. The world in which we dwell focuses on the negative. Weather forecasters speak of a 30 per cent chance of rain. Why not a 70 per cent chance of sunshine? Movies and television delight in exposing the dirty, disgusting underbelly of society.
Abraham: One Nomad's Amazing Journey of Faith
- Living Truth
Mon - Fri 9pm....somebody has said that if the stars only came out once a year, we would stay out all night and we would switch off all the lights to just enjoy the beauty of the sky. But because they are out every night, many of us never look. And privileges for which we need to be grateful, we often treat as rights about which we become grumbling when we don’t have what we would like.
- Money Wise
Mon - Sat 5pm.Howard Dayton and Steve Moore discuss the different financial seasons of our lives. Then they answer listener questions at 800-525-7000 …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 email@example.com
- TESTIMONIAL PROGRAMS
Mon/Wed/Sat 11pm3327 Andrea Beane - Part 1: (Alcohol, Drugs, Abortion) Exposed to pornography as a young girl, Andrea becomes promiscuous as a teen. She is drawn to troubled men and falls for Aaron who goes to prison for drug dealing. The first part ends when he is saved in prison and witnesses to Andrea.
- The Storyteller
The Story Teller
Sat 3pm. Sun 12pm.Frank grew up on a reserve north of Winnipeg. At a young age, his dad took ill and so Frank dropped out of school to help meet the family's needs. Before he died, Frank's father trained him how to work in the bush. Although his dad was a Christian, Frank wasn't interested. He lived life his way. He got into drinking and nearly died in a car wreck. But that didn't change anything. It wasn't until his own boy asked him to go to church with him one day that Frank began to think his life over.
- CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS
- Keys For Kids
Keys For Kids
Monday to Saturday
7:30am & 7:30pmMason was busily sweeping the garage when his father pulled into the driveway. "Hi, son," Dad greeted him. "What's new?"
"TJ has chickenpox," announced Mason, putting the broom away.
"And you?" Dad prompted with a sigh. He knew that when Mason did work without being asked, it usually meant he had done something wrong.
"Me?" Mason asked. "I'm fine." Dad waited. "Iswept the whole garage." Dad still waited. "Oh, and . . . uh . . . I sort of hit Mr. White's dog with a little stone."
"Sort of?" Dad frowned. "You threw stones at Blackie? Did you hurt him?"
"No--just scared him," said Mason as they went into the house, "but Mr. White got mad. He said he'd come over tonight."
"Hi, Daddy." Four-year-old TJ greeted his father mournfully. "I'm sick.
I got the chickenpoxes, but I fixed 'em. I sticked bandages on 'em. See?"
"How silly can you get!" grumbled Mason when he saw his brother. "You can't cure chickenpox by covering up the spots! That might hide them a little bit, but it sure won't make them better!"
"That's true," agreed Dad, "and another thing you shouldn't try to cover up is sin. You can't fix
it by being good. The best you can hope for is that the sin will go unnoticed for a bit. So don't try to use good deeds as bandages to cover up your sins."
"What do you mean?" asked Mason.
"I've noticed that when you do something wrong, you often try to cover it by doing a good thing," said Dad. "When you disobeyed me last week, you raked the leaves. When you disobeyed your mother, you washed dishes. Today you swept the garage as if that would make up for what you did this afternoon."
"I only threw a little stone--it wasn't big enough to hurt Blackie. Besides, Kyle dared me, and he said . . ." Mason stopped.
"When you do something wrong, don't blame it on anyone else. Be big enough to admit it," Dad said sternly. "Asking for forgiveness is the only cure for sin." He picked up TJ. "You go to your room and think about it, Mason," Dad added, "while I take care of this guy and his stick 'em bandages."
How About You?
Do you try to cover up wrong things you do by doing a good thing? It's great to do good things, but don't ever think that those good deeds can cover your sins. It doesn't work that way. You need to repent--to be sorry for the wrong thing you've done. God promises to forgive you when you're truly sorry for sin--sorry enough to confess what you've done wrong and to forsake it. That means to turn from it and not do the wrong thing again.
Today's Key Verse:
He who covers his sins will not prosper, but whoever confesses and forsakes them will have mercy.
Today's Key Thought:
Confess and forsake sin
- Paws & Tales
Oct 24, 2014
It's time for a spiritual workout! C.J. and Gooz try to use the gifts God has given them. But when they meet some unexpected failures they vow to give up and never use their gifts again! Find out how a little “gift exercise” will help keep you spiritually strong.
Paws & Tales
- Kids Corner
Tue 4pm.Episode Summary:
As the school science fair is gearing up, Chamy’s project ask some big questions about the universe that Lucille, Liz and Julia want to answer by proclaiming that God is the God of all things! Spike finds the gang some expert help from a surprising source.
Take a look around you. God’s world is full of amazing facts.
An ostrich's eye is bigger than its brain.
The only continent with no active volcanoes is Australia.
A giraffe can clean its ears with its twenty-one inch tongue.
A strawberry is the only fruit which seeds grow on the outside.
The moon orbits the Earth every 27.32 days.
Find someone and tell them these facts. Better yet, do you know other amazing facts?
Go out and discover the amazing facts about God’s creation. Use a magnifying glass. Use a microscope. Use a telescope. Use a stethoscope. Look at things closely and (where appropriate) touch, taste, smell, and listen. Look for God’s fingerprints. They aren’t hard to find, because they are all over His creation.
Also remember that you are created by God too. Psalm 139:14 reminds us what to do and why: “I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well.”
In Luke 19:40, Jesus said that if we don’t praise God, the rocks themselves will cry out. And they do! But not only the rocks! The sunset, the trees, a fox family, and a loon cry all praise and glorify God.
God loves every part of this world. Our God is a God who loves diversity, complexity, and creativity. The plants, rocks, animals, sea creatures, insects, the skies and beyond, and especially people and their intelligence and capabilities… we can’t help but be awestruck. (Psalm 8)
God gave us this world to enjoy, to play in, and to explore. We worship God when we enjoy the delicate complexity of a butterfly wing and a tiny seedpod, or the immense awe of a sharp edged mountain ridge, and a towering thundercloud. We also realize, when we see this beauty, how much God loves us.
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