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Side A: 5/31/2014

Christ's Light to a Dark Culture


Are we living in the last days? No nation can long survive the crushing debt bearing down on us. It's out of the coming darkness that God's light will shine brighter. Robert Jeffress, author of Twilight's Last Gleaming-How America's Last Days Can Be Your Best Days, says if your focus is on your own peace and prosperity, your life could become a living nightmare. But if your focus is on the Kingdom of God, like the Apostle Paul, your best days are ahead. God's people can delay our nation's demise and make an eternal impact. God calls us to be evangelists and prophets to warn others and turn many souls to Christ.

Side B: 5/24/2014

The High Cost of Freedom



Army command is warning of hate groups that are "inconsistent" with Army values. Amazingly, among the hate groups are Christian groups like the Family Research Council. Since "Don't ask, don't' tell," we've gone from tolerance for homosexuals to intolerance toward Christians. To produce heroes who will defend our freedoms, we need to teach students about the sacrifices made for their freedoms. Jeremiah Denton tells how God brought him through his severe torture in Viet Nam. John Steer, gives a fascinating account of his experiences in Viet Nam and how he took the gospel to Russian generals.

Side A: 5/17/2014

Choice in Education


It's time to end the monopoly of public school! The results of Common Core demonstrate this federal programs failure as 74% of 3rd - 8th graders failed English and 70% failed math. Parents can no longer trust schools to simply teach academics, as liberal social activism has become a priority. Robert Enlow, of the Friedman Foundation, says a ground swell for choice has started. If parents can't choose schools won't improve. Since a Christian school does a better job for half the cost, why not give parents the choice? Milton Friedman says "choice" doesn't take money from public schools but improves education by competition.

Side B: 5/10/2014

The Great Deception



With 80 million American's claiming to be Christian, why don't they have more impact? Dr Michael Brown, author of Hyper-Grace, says, "Hyper-grace misinterprets scripture to give license to sin." In Dr Brown's article, The Great Gay Deception, he says, "School children are pawns for the powerful gay agenda, which has become the principal threat to our freedoms of speech and religion." LA school policy states, "No longer can people be categorized as simply male and female." One 16-year old girl said, "We live in a generation where dudes are chicks and chicks are dudes." So we have female prom kings and male prom queens.

Side A: 5/3/2014

Godly Parenting


Godly parenting is a sacred responsibility. Parents develop a concept of God in their children by how they treat their kids. Parents demonstrate a loving God by being loving parents. Parents show a God who has no time for them, when they are too busy, harsh or detached. How you raise your child is largely determined by how you were raised. Milan & Kay Yerkovich, are the authors of How We Love Our Kids, 5 Love Styles of Parenting- One Small Change in You, One Big Change in Your Kids. Although the disciples thought Jesus was too busy for children, Jesus took them into his arms and loved and listened to them.

Side B: 4/26/2014

Imminent E.M.P. Threat



What happens when the electrical grid is shut down? Former CIA Director James Woolsey says we are vulnerable to an enemy EMP attack. Mike Maloof, author of A Nation Forsaken-EMP: The Escalating Threat of An American Catastrophe, spent 30 years with the Defense Department protecting us from terrorism, and now warns that it's not "if" but "when" an EMP will be exploded over this country. The results will be catastrophic. It's preventable, but our government is ignoring it, so we need to prepare ourselves. A huge solar flare, an EMP or RF weapons are a real threat. What can we do to be prepared to survive?

Side A: 4/19/2014

The Cross and the Resurrection part 2


God, Who was worshipped and obeyed in heaven, Who created universes, came to a tiny, rebellious planet and became a man and allowed himself to be tortured and killed to save us. Bruce Marchiano, the actor who played Christ in more movies than anyone in history, says, "His disciples had lost all hope when Jesus died on the cross. But the Resurrection changed these ordinary men, from timid and fearful, to courageous men who transformed the world by the power of the Risen Christ." The same love and Holy Spirit power that transformed the disciples is still available to us today. Oh, the Precious Blood of Christ!

Side B: 4/12/2014

The Cross and the Resurrection part 1



How do we know that there is life after death? The greatest event in all history, even greater than the Creation itself, is the Resurrection of its Creator - Jesus Christ. The greatest words ever spoken are "The tomb is empty, Christ is risen." But before the Resurrection came the tortuous scourging and the crucifixion of Christ. Bruce Marchiano, the gifted actor who played the part of Jesus in The Gospel According to Matthew, says Jesus wasn't a victim caught by surprise, but He came to earth to die. Jesus was willing to die an excruciating death on the Cross so that we could be with Him forever as part of His eternal Family!

Side A: 4/5/2014

How God Makes Men part 2


God demonstrates Biblical principles in people like Moses, who was in training for 40 years, tending sheep and learning how to become one of the world's greatest leaders. Biblical principles in Joseph's life shows how marriages can be saved. Pat Morley, the author of How God Makes Men - 10 Epic Stories, 10 Proven Principles, One Huge Promise for Your Life says men can be trained to be Godly dads. Don Otis, author of Whisker Rubs-Developing the Masculine Identity, says there is a Biblical way to train and disciple boys. Schools feminizing boys results in devastating marriages and unhealthy family lives.

Side B: 3/29/2014

How God Makes Men part 1



How does God make a Godly man? Pat Morley, the author of How God Makes Men - 10 Epic Stories, 10 Proven Principles, One Huge Promise for Your Life says Abraham is the example of believing God no matter what the circumstances. Joseph was sold into slavery and served 13 years in prison, but it was part of God's plan of using seemingly random acts for a much greater good. Nehemiah, who rebuilt the walls of Jerusalem, shows when we respond to God's call, we get an identity and destiny. That we are working for something that God cares about. Job shows us that suffering develops our character.

Side A: 3/22/2014

Leaving School Finding Education


Are public schools a relic of a bygone era unfit to prepare students of today for careers and success? Since the education of children will determine our nation's success or failure, why trust them to a failing system? John Wiles, author of a dozen books on educational leadership, including Leaving School Finding Education, says the time has come to consider alternatives such as vouchers and homeschooling. Dr Robert Simonds, President of C.E.E., issues a challenge for grandparents to educate their grandchildren, since the focus in schools is not academics but homosexuality and drugging healthy kids.

Side B: 3/15/2014

Worldviews Undermine Destinies



The worldviews of our citizens will determine our destiny as a nation. Since God only blesses those nations whose God is the Lord, what will happen to a nation that rejects the Lord? Sadly, most parents don't realize that schools are turning children away from God and toward humanism, atheism and socialism. Dan Smithwick has done some fascinating research on worldviews in his PEERS Test that shows we are rapidly becoming a pagan nation. Dan compares worldviews of Haitians to Dominican Republicans to what could happen here. A worldview is more than the gospel. It's a whole world and life view.

Parents! Don't simply ask what kind of education you want for your children.
Ask what kind of people you want them to become!

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