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Bethel Community Church gives away FREE clothing EVERY Tuesday from 10am-1pm!
Come by the "clothes closet" at Bethel if your family has clothing needs! Bethel Community Church is located one block west of Russell at 1601 S. 6th S W in Missoula.
Also, there is a drop box behind the church where you can donate clothing to needy families right here in our city! Click here for the full contact info for Bethel Community Church!
Best selling author Jen Hatmaker was on SOS Radio with Scott Herrold recently. You might know her from some of her books like Seven or Interrupted or maybe you've seen her family on HGTV. This discussion about parenting, faith, American worldview and fashion is hilarious! Click here for the audio!
Susan Mackert from Child Evangelism Fellowship talks about the rights that students have in public school to live out and share their faith. She talks about how Good News Clubs are being planted in schools across the country!
Best Selling Author Priscilla Shirer talks about why a prayer strategy is more important than just praying.
Priscilla Shirer is in the new movie WAR ROOM and she has a book on prayer strategy called: Fervent.
I had a deep discussion with best selling author John Bevere on the SOS Radio Morning Show about how we define what is "good" and how God defines it differently. John's new book is called "Good or God." Click here to listen to our discussion!
Anytime I ask my kids "HOW WAS SCHOOL TODAY?" It NEVER leads to a real discussion.
Huffington Post has a list of 25 ways to get your kids talking about what happened in school today. Here's the list!
Here's a few of my favorites:
If you could choose to sit by one person EVERYDAY in class who would that be?
If I called your teacher tonight, what would she say about you?
What makes your teacher special & unique?
How did you help somebody today?
Grammy award winning artist & author Laura Story talks about "When God Doesn't Fix It." This is a powerful story that will encourage you and help answer some of your toughest faith questions!
My sister lost her friend yesterday, a young wife and Mom to two. She wrote this and I thought it was so beautiful:
What is it Like?
(A poem for my friend Joanna Paidipamula)
My 18-month old daughter was trying to stick two Lego blocks together.
Unfortunately, they weren’t lined up just right, so no matter how hard she pushed, they simply fell apart when she pulled her hands back.
Trying to truly connect with another human being can be a similar process.
As a Christian, if you want to share the hope you have in Jesus, you can’t do it with brute force. If you want to share hope in a way that somebody will embrace, you can’t just apply pressure and expect a connection to happen.
Instead, we have to find the right angle.