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Current Show (April 28, 2017):


NATIONAL KISSING DAY
Discussed by Erin Smalley
with Focus on the Family www.Family.org

Kissing is a powerful way to communicate affection. Studies show that a man who is kissed by his wife before heading out the door in the morning is more likely to make a larger income, is less likely to get into a car accident, and has many more benefits than those who aren’t kissed.

Erin Smalley discusses National Kissing Day – TODAY, April 28th!

Questions/Issues Discussed:

Is kissing important to your spouse?

Should you kiss in front of your kids?

Does kissing your spouse increase life expectancy?

Why is a goodbye kiss important? Are “hello” kisses just as important?

Is hugging important as well?

Celebrate National Kissing Day TODAY April 28th!

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THE HORROR OF CHEMICAL WEAPONS
Discussed by Dr. Jane Orient
with Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (www.aapsonline.org)


Part 1 of 2

Disclaimer: Use caution when listening to this segment around young children. Issues discussed might be upsetting or hard for little ones to understand.

Syrian President Bashar al Assad is being read out of the human race. Now, the Trump Administration seems to have done a 180-degree turn on the necessity for “regime change” in Syria because Assad used horrible weapons against civilians, including helpless little babies.

Dr. Jane Orient’s article on this subject can found here.  Listen in over the next two segments as she describes the horrific details and what President Trump must do immediately.

Questions/Issues Discussed:

Is there a thin line between chemical weapons that poison and burn and chemical agents that explode?

What is the difference between chemical, biological, and nuclear weapons?

Biological weapons affect more people than other the other types. Why?

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PART 2 OF 2 - THE HORROR OF CHEMICAL WEAPONS
Discussed by Dr. Jane Orient
with Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (www.aapsonline.org)

Disclaimer: Use caution when listening to this segment around young children. Issues discussed might be upsetting or hard for little ones to understand.

Questions/Issues Discussed:


Are chemical weapons used as “terror weapons”? But, what is the real demon?
What is horrible. Is American immune from war, especially one involving chemical weapons?

What can we do as families to prepare for a pending war? Prepare your kids for each and EVERY situation: war, floods, hurricanes, fires, etc.

Dr. Orient is the Editor of the Doctors for Disaster Preparedness Newsletter.  You can also search Google for Physicians for Civil Defense for more information, as well.

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PSALMS FOR LIVING
Discussed by Terry Lowry
with Host of the What's UP Radio Program

Today’s Psalms for Living is taken from Psalm 51:9-13   9Hide your face from my sins, and blot out all my iniquities. 10Create in me a clean heart, O God, and renew a right spirit within me. 11Cast me not away from your presence, and take not your Holy Spirit from me. 12Restore to me the joy of your salvation, and uphold me with a willing spirit. 13Then I will teach transgressors your ways, and sinners will return to you.

Mark writes: “At its core, sin separates us from God and also turns us from what we could be into something much less.” We hard-wired from birth to be in need of a savior, while still being sinners. These sins separate us from God, alienating us from Him.

This Psalm reminds us how unworthy we are, but how holy and righteous God is. He takes our sins and casts them away. And in verse fourteen we are encouraged to tell others about God, especially our enemies.

To order your copy of “Psalms for Living” by Mark Lanier, click here.

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SOUL CARE
Discussed by Dr. Stephen Trammell
with Champion Forest Baptist Church (www.ChampionForest.org)

Day 5

Today, Pastor Stephen Trammel completes his sermon entitled “Soul Care”, from February 12, 2017, focusing on Matthew Chapter 11. Pastor Trammel is the Lead Pastor at Champion Forest Baptist Church North Klein. For details about the North Klein campus, click here.

Join us next week as Mark Lanier returns to continue his series on the life, arrest, and trial of Paul.

Questions/Issues Discussed:

Pastor Trammel uses the word REST as an acrostic for this week’s sermon. When your load exceeds your limit, it’s time to REST. R represents: “Respond to Jesus' invitation” and E moves you to “Embrace his promise”. S…do you “Submit to His Will” – fully? TODAY we learn what “T” represents! Listen in!

Get rid of your yokes – your burdens. Leave them on the floor and light them on fire! Now, take up the yoke of Jesus and allow him to fill you and wash you clean.

T: Treasure the relationship you have with Jesus Christ. Learn from him. It’s a journey. From The Message: “Learn the unforced rhythms of grace.”

What would your schedule look like if Jesus was in charge of it? Is it hard for you to say “no”? Instead, say “yes to God’s best.”

Remember to: connect with God, nurture your relationships, love what you do, and have fun!

Finally, Pastor Trammel concludes the sermon with this quote from Wayne Cordeiro: “Your soul is like a battery that discharges each time you give life away.”

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WHO IS JESUS TO YOU?
Discussed by Pastor David Fleming
with Champion Forest Baptist Church (www.ChampionForest.org)

Day 5

This week, Pastor David Fleming’s sermon is entitled: “Who is Jesus to You” from the sermon series “The Gospel of Matthew”. This sermon was presented on March 5, 2017, and focuses on Matthew Chapter 16.

Tune in next week to hear Pastor Scott Riling present the next installment in this series: “A Glimpse of Glory”. Pastor Riling is the Discipleship Pastor at the Champion Forest Baptist Church Cypress Creek Campus.

Questions/Issues Discussed:

Was Jesus just a man? Was he just like you and me? Nope, not at all. In Matthew 16:17, Jesus says: “Blessed are you, Simon! For flesh and blood has not revealed this to you, but my Father who is in heaven.” What kind of answer was this to the disciple’s question concerning who he was? Listen as Pastor Fleming explains further.

Who does Pastor David Fleming believe Jesus is?

Points to Remember:
All glory is to God alone.
All boasting is in Christ alone.
God has not chosen to do this alone. He wants us to be part of His story in order to tell His story.

Pastor David Fleming encourages you to visit Champion Forest Baptist Church in NW Houston this Sunday! CFBC has Life Groups classes (Sunday School) for all ages and walks of life, including Mark Lanier’s Biblical Literacy Class, as well as several service times and locations to choose from. For more information, click here.

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Discussed by Terry Lowry
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