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A Note From Sara Tracey, Managing Editor

Do you remember where you were when the Berlin Wall came down? Or when September 11th happened? They made huge impacts on our world.

But, do you recall where you were when you heard about COVID-19? Probably not, because it was a gradual news breaker. You do, however, more than likely remember the first day of the Coronavirus quarantine.

How is this pandemic effecting Generation Z? How will it affect them – and us – in the future?

Dr. Tim Elmore recently interviewed students between the ages of 17 and 24 to get their view of our current situation. What are they worried about now? What are their fears for the future?

Producer and editor of the What’s UP Radio Program, Sara Tracey, reads the article (edited for time) “How Will a Global Pandemic Impact Generation Z as They Become Adults” by Dr. Tim Elmore with Growing Leaders.

Current Show (May 25, 2020):

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Discussed by Kenneth Davis
with Don't Know Much (www.DontKnowMuch.com)

Part 1 of 2

What is the history of Memorial Day? When was it first celebrated? What was the original name for Memorial Day? What was America’s most deadly war? What’s the difference between Memorial Day and Veteran’s Day? Kenneth C. Davis is the author of the “Don’t Know Much About…” book series.

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Discussed by Kenneth Davis
with Don't Know Much (www.DontKnowMuch.com)

Why are poppies the symbol of Memorial Day?

What General owned the land that became Arlington National Cemetery?

Kenneth C. Davis is the author of the “Don’t Know Much About…” book series.

Log on here to order a copy of one of his books.

Discussed by Bill Federer
with American Minute (www.AmericanMinute.com)

Picture this scene: Southern women with their arms full of flowers scatter the petals across the graves of fallen soldiers from both the North and South. The time: end of the Civil War. This was how Memorial Day began. Friendship offered from the South to North, and from the North to the South.

It began as a way to begin the healing process after a bloody war many years ago. Now, Memorial Day is a day we set aside to remember, not “celebrate”, those who have given their lives to defend the freedom and liberty of the United States of America.

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

Today’s Psalms for Living devotion is from Psalm 65:1-3

Sin disrupts the divine human relationship and fellowship. Sin is consistent – but so is God. He is just and pure.Our best efforts and most sincere apologies cannot atone for our sins. Only God can intervene through His son Jesus Christ.

God’s saving grace is not a mystery or something we cannot understand. The Bible outlines The Way plainly and clearly. Trust in Him today.

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

Discussed by Mark Lanier
with Biblical Literacy (www.Biblical-Literacy.com)

Mark Lanier has some encouragement for us during the Coronavirus quarantine.

God is the ultimate recycler. Mark uses the love story of Boaz and Ruth which ultimately led to the birth of Jesus to explain how God has orchestrated (recycled) throughout history to show His love for us. Are you allowing God to recycle things in your life today?

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Discussed by Mark Lanier
with Biblical Literacy (www.Biblical-Literacy.com)

Day 1

Mark Lanier continues his look at the Road to Emmaus. This week his focus will be on explaining how other Scriptures in the Bible connect to Luke 24 – specifically Psalm 23.

To email prayer requests and/or to receive paper copies of Mark Lanier’s lesson each week, email info@lanierfoundation.org

Questions/Issues Discussed:

Mark reviews the last few weeks of the Road to Emmaus…

Psalm 23 (The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want) As an intro into this passage, Mark shares a story from his days in college studying the Psalms. Why is “LORD” in all capital letters? Mark looks at Exodus 3, when Moses saw the burning bush.

If you have a prayer request, need Scripture encouragement, or would like a copy of Mark’s lessons each week, email info@lanierfoundation.org

For up to date information about when Mark Lanier’s Biblical Literacy class will resume in-person lessons, click here.

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

Day 1

How has the Coronavirus impacted and/or changed your life? For most people, their daily routine hs been drastically altered.

CFBC Global Executive Pastor Stephen Trammell begins a new series this week entitled: Navigating Your New Normal

Scripture Passage: Nehemiah 1:1-4 and 11

Questions/Issues Discussed:

Have you ever had a conversation that changed the entire trajectory of your life? Pastor Trammell shares his conversation…

What is the backstory behind the book of Nehemiah? Was he basically a slave?

How did Nehemiah respond to troubling news?

How did God use a conversation with Nehemiah to change his life?

If you have never accepted Jesus Christ as your personal Lord and Savior, or if you have a prayer request, text: 281.688.2630 and follow the text prompts.

Champion Forest Baptist Church will once again hold in person church services beginning this Sunday, May 31. For all the details about reserving your spot, click here.

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

Host Terry Lowry interviews influential and knowledgeable guests on relevant topics for today.


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