From prayer to the Olympics to getting all the Nutella out of the jar–you never know what you’re going to hear about on Family Life Mornings. Spend a few minutes to hear what you might have missed this week.
Family Life Mornings is a morning radio show on Family Life, a network of stations across New York and Pennsylvania. Listen online at www.familylife.org.
Is Zach Williams taller than a side-by-side refrigerator? Yes! But is he taller than the Guinness World Record Holder for the female with the longest legs? You’ll have to listen to find out. Zach Talks with Terese from Family Life Mornings about his height, and his upcoming concert July 30th at The Chapel in Buffalo. Find out more about the show at www.kingdombound.org.
God gives gifts so much bigger and better than the world gives. Jamie Kimmett is proof of that! He’s a Scot with the talent to make it in mainstream music. But he took a pass and God blessed him. Listen as he chats with Sonny from Family Life Afternoons. Keep up with Jamie online at www.jamiekimmett.com.
Sadly, Kingdom Bound 2021 has been postponed due to the COVID outbreak. Festival Director Donna Russo talks with Terese Main about how the decision was made, and what we can expect in 2022! The new festival date is July 24th through 27th, 2022. Already artist like TobyMac, Casting Crowns, Skillet, We Are Messengers, Ledger, and Verses have been booked, along with speakers like John Cooper and Reggie Dabbs. Of course, more will be added as the festival gets closer. And if you’re a ticket holder for the 2021 festival, your tickets will be honored next year. Find out more at http://www.kingdombound.org/
Sometimes the hardest times bring the brightest glory to God. Jordan St. Cyr is embracing every part of his difficult seasons and turning them into songs that connect others to God. Whether it’s a car breaking down, or his daughter’s medical challenge, listen as he talks with Terese Main about finally “making it” in Christian music. If you’ve got ten minutes, you can catch up with this cool Canadian.
He’s not even 30, but already Austin French has a lot of life figured out. He has reconciled with God and his parents after they divorced while he was in the 3rd Grade. Now, a man with his own wife and kids, he finds family more important than ever. He writes about his experiences in his songs, and in his new book, God Can. If you’ve got ten minutes, you’ve got time for this chat hosted by Terese Main.
In this episode, Terese Main talks to Keith Getty. He’s a husband, a dad and a legendary hymn writer. Although he probably would laugh at that “legendary” moniker. He’s got some strong views on modern worship…and he’s going to teach Terese to speak like an Irish woman. All in about ten minutes. Click “Play” already!
Keith and Kristyn Getty present the Sing! Global Conference August 30th through September 2nd. Find out more at www.gettymusicworshipconference.com/
He’s the host of Living on the Edge. Chip Ingram has been ministering to his radio audience as well as his church family during this outbreak. Chip Ingram joined Steve, Terese & Randy to share some encouragement about the twice postponed Spring Sharathon. It’s a quick chat. If you’ve got Ten Minutes, you’ve got time for encouragement!
Normally he hosts A Word With You on Family Life; Ron Hutchraft joined Family Life Mornings to offer some encouragement over our postponed (again) Sharathon. If you’ve got 10-minutes (maybe just a few seconds more), he will encourage you to continue shining, even in these dark days we are living in.