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Kids Corner – Getting What We Deserve

Kids Corner – Getting What We Deserve

Sometimes it feels like we are entitled to more than what we have been given, but how do we know how much we really deserve, and does the bible tell us?

Bible Verses: Deuteronomy 24:14-15, Leviticus 19:13, Malachi 3:5, Deuteronomy 25:4, Isaiah 1:17, Psalm 33:5, Isaiah 30:18, Deuteronomy 32:4, 2nd Chronicles 19:7, Romans 6:23, John 3:16, Romans 5:1, Mark 12:30,  Galatians 2:16,

108 Rise Up – Best Advice Received

108 Rise Up – Best Advice Received

Can you recall the best advice you’ve ever been given? Steve and Tim bring to the table some of the best wisdom that’s ever been passed their way.

Then: what do you have that’s STILL in the box?

Rise Up is a morning radio show hosted by Steve, Terese & Tim, on Family Life, a network of stations across New York and Pennsylvania. Our podcast is a weekly conversation designed to help you think, laugh, and keep your eyes on Jesus. If you haven’t already, subscribe today, so you don’t miss a single episode! Listen online and find out more about our show at familylife.org.   

The Calling – Episode 16: Pastor Christopher Powers and Pastor Sean Powers from Kingstree Church in Ohio

The Calling – Episode 16: Pastor Christopher Powers and Pastor Sean Powers from Kingstree Church in Ohio

The Calling is a Family Life original podcast for pastors that focuses on the personal and professional challenges they face in their mission to serve the Lord. In Episode 16, Steve’s guests are pastors Christopher and Sean Powers from Kingstree Church in Ohio. Christopher and Sean are not only pastors at the same church, they, along with Tim Powers of the Rise Up Morning Show, are brothers.  In this episode, they talk about the importance of family and the role their parents played in their lives.

Kids Corner – That’s So Annoying

Kids Corner – That’s So Annoying

There are lots of things that are annoying in this world, and sometimes those annoyances can be people! But, what does God say about how we should treat them?

Bible Verses: Proverbs 12:16, Proverbs 19:11, Proverbs 29:11, Ephesians 4, 2nd Timothy 2, Colossians 3, Philippians 1, 1st Peter 5:7, Ephesians 3:20, Philippians 4:13, Mark 9:23, Luke 1:37

Super Bowl Sunday – A Faith-Based Vantage Point – Paul Asay – 2/09/24

Super Bowl Sunday – A Faith-Based Vantage Point – Paul Asay – 2/09/24

With 70 percent of American TV households plugged in, the Super Bowl draws millions of eyeballs, adjusts peoples social schedules, and dominates public discussion throughout an early February weekend. It consistently is #1-watched TV show of the year. (Plus all that doesn’t even include the people who listen on the radio, watch through streaming, or just look up the Super Bowl ads on the internet!)

Family Life News talked with movie & television reviewer Paul Asay about how the Super Bowl broadcast has become such a huge event. We especially wanted a faith-based angle on the hype, from this editor of the Christian media site Plugged In.

Paul Asay gives his take on how massive the Super Bowl has become, including its role as one of the few broadcasts which remind us of a “monolithic culture…where people would all watch the same sitcoms and same adventure shows.” There are lessons from the Big Game weekend for Christian individuals and households, as well as for churches.


Another Family Life Interview about the Super Bowl, its commercials, and its hype aired Thursday (February 7).  Hear commentary from Robert Thompson, the well-respected Television & Culture professor at Syracuse University. That conversation is available separately on the Family Life news podcasts page.

Kids Corner – I need a Sign!

Kids Corner – I need a Sign!

When you want to know what God has in store for your future, you might ask for some sort of sign, but what would that even look like? Should we look to the stars? Should we look to the sun? Or maybe even a ….stick?

 

Bible verses: Isaiah 47:13, Deuteronomy 4:19, Daniel 2:27, Matthew 16,

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