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CHRIS TOMLIN-HOW CAN I KEEP FROM SINGING
I love Celebrity Apprentice. I like seeing how people think and how they work under pressure - plus they do some really cool charity work too! The new season kicks off soon.
I love this speech. If you see my family, you'll notice I don't look a thing like my kids. We have Black, White, Hispanic and a little of this and a little of that. Racism is something we have had to face. I am sure that it is nothing compared to the generations before us, but unfortunately it still takes place today. The sentence below has become my prayer.
"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character." - MLK
Not just for Black, White or Hispanic children............. but for All Children!
How cool is this? During the Broncos vs. Patriots game, Focus on the Family paid to have this commercial aired.
If you want to engage culture and connect, you generally want to be relevant. But when do you feel it can go too far?
One listener named Jeff called in after our movie review for Joyful Noise this morning and had a few thoughts & challenges in regard to language and relationships. He works in Hollywood where he produces movies & TV and wanted to start a discussion.
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This video has gone viral over the last 24 hours. It's posted every where... Facebook, Twitter and blogs. I've watched it several times and I'm still unpacking it. It's a poem about why Jesus is better than religion. This video comes with a warning, I've watched it at least ten times, and I'm still trying to sort out what it means to me.
Kim emailed in asking how to explain to her husband that going to a so called "gentlemen's club" is bad for their marriage. Listeners called in with advice and encouragement. This was really interesting.
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Before you check out this powerful story, be sure to grab a tissue. Seven-year-old Tori Svenson decided that she wanted to do something to help another child in her neighborhood who was fighting cancer. Sverson, moved by her little friend's cancer battle, decided to launch a fundraiser for the little girl. The very same day that Sverson went to deliver the fundraising money, Sverson found out that she too had cancer.