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Focus On The Family President, Jim Daly tells his story of growing up in the foster care system. He talks about the need for mentors for teens, orphan care and how God has a plan for every individual. This is encouraging!
David Platt & Scott Herrold discuss how Christians can work through some of the biggest social issues of our time while owning their faith and making a real impact.
Benji Zimmerman from the Crossing, Vince Antonucci from Verve Church and Tony Mosti from The Springs talk about how churches serve people in our region.
Randy Greer from Trinity Life Center and Kevin Odor from Canyon Ridge talk about the importance of prayer and unity inside our community!
We had a discussion about job openings in our area. Lots of people in the SOS Radio community called and shared about how their company is hiring. Click here for a list of job openings on our SOS Radio Facebook page. You might have to scroll down a few posts, but it's there!
This week we're celebrating why we LOVE our church community! Music is a pillar of culture, so we had a discussion with Luke Smallbone from For King & Country along with some local pastors talking about how Christian music is making a big impact on American culture! (Vince Antonucci, Jamie Dick & Rob Boyd) #SOScommunity
Here's a discussion between Rob Boyd of Green Valley Baptist, Craig Michaelson of Faith Community Lutheran, rapper G Blest & Luke from For King & Country.
Discussion about racism vs cultural bias in the Christian community featuring G Blest, Craig Michaelson, Rob Boyd, Luke Smallbone from For King & Country.
My friend Brian shared this poem with me about a few things that God challenged him with after reading through Titus in the Bible.
What's God challenged you with so far this year?
I've been watching my little girl Avery learn to walk.
It's a bittersweet experience, because with every step, she becomes a little more independant. With every step, she can choose to walk in any direction, blazing her own trail. That's how it is watching your kids grow: the more like you they become, the less they actually need your help.