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Alveda King is niece of Dr Martin Luther King Jr. She talks about how her family's dream resounds today. She talks about her feelings when her uncle's life was taken and who he really was as a man. This is powerful!
James 1:9 is pretty clear… Be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to anger. Sound advice that can help us stay in our lane in day to day life. If I were to look at this verse through today’s social media posts… it may translate like this.
“Be quick to criticize, quick to anger and quicker to defend your actions.”
I am guilty of the above translation. Even being aware of what the Word says, I choose to respond with the above. I decided to make a change about a year ago. I would purposely change the way I act with others on social media.
Jesus brought a radical message of love and grace into a broken world 2000 years ago. Local pastors share how that message applies in our culture today.
Author & speaker Chris Brown of Stewardship.com shares wisdom on surviving the wild financials that come with December! We talk about dealing with the financial pressure to give, stewardship vs ownership and how to find true peace when our finances are demanding. This will encourage you!
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Harry Connick Jr. talks about the heart behind his new album: That Would Be Me. He talks about what he's learned about giving vs receiving, marriage & faith. He even shares a few Christmas memories!
Derek Neider & Mike Katz from Calvary Chapel Spring Valley in Vegas shared about #BlessFest!
They are giving away Thanksgiving!
Jon Micah & James from Kutless shared how to keep hope front & center when the news feels crazy. They also performed "Strong Tower" & their new song "Bring It On" live!
ISIS refers to itself as the Islamic State. So what does ISIS really want with all the terror attacks? Here's an explanation from Graeme Wood from Yale.
You know what I LOVE about the SOS Radio community? It's how people in one city connect and live life, share their faith & values with those in another state.
A few weeks ago, after a series of attacks on local police officers in Southern Nevada, thousands of SOS Radio families COVERED a Las Vegas Metro Police cruiser with thousands of colorful thank-you notes of support! Here's a story the Las Vegas Sun shared and here's one from ABC/Channel 13 Action News about the SOS Radio community!