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Sanctus Real's bus caught on fire earlier this week.
Everyone is safe & well, but the band members lost most of their personal items.
Many of you have been asking how you can help the guys from Sanctus Real. You can do that by clicking here!
You know the bible verse "Quick to Anger, Quick to Speak and Slow to Listen…" Wait a minute, that's not what James 1:19 says "Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry"
A few nights ago, the tour bus our friends in the band Sanctus Real have lived in for the past three years caught on fire, and was burned to a crisp.
Amazingly, all the Sanctus guys AND their families AND the driver got out, uninjured.
Chris from Sanctus Real was on my show today with the story of what exactly happened on that hot night on the Pennsylvania turnpike.
I really hope we can help get all these children sponsored!
When was the last time you thought about how sin affects your personal worldview? I've been reading a book by Craig Groeschel called: Soul Detox. It's been challenging me to think about the things I watch on TV and at the movies. It's challenging me to think about how to train my kids to have a Christian worldview.
Oswold Chambers said: "Sin is more than moral irregularity. It is a disposition to follow one's own way rather than God's way."
I'd love to hear your take on it.
Almost exactly two years ago, like down to the day, my family moved from SOS Radio to a group of stations based in Colorado. It was the "career opportunity of a lifetime." We never expected to leave Vegas/SOS Radio after not even being here two years, but this other thing was the kind of job that was hard to turn down.
And they treated me great. Had a lot of fun there. Watched God do some amazing things through some amazing people.
I had a chance to be part of this back in January. Wow.
I love this!
"Don't not throw away your confidence for it will be richly rewarded. You need to persevere so that when you have done the will of God you will receive what he has promised." -Hebrews 10:36