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After the doctors found a polyp on his vocal cords, SOS artist Phil Wickham needed surgery that would save his speaking voice, but could destroy his singing voice forever. Phil shares his powerful story with Dan Young from SOS Radio!
Dr. Tony Evans joined me on the show recently, and it was an amazing discussion. It all starts out with a story of Dr. Evans accidentally losing one of his kids at Disney World. You'll quickly see how the story relates directly to your life (mine too)!
Dr. Tony Evans will be the keynote speaker at the Women's Resource Medical Centers of Southern Nevada's 'Shareholders in Life Fundraising Banquet & Silent Auction' at the Rio Pavillion Convention Center on Friday, April 8, 2016.
Caridad is doing it differently. They're a concierge service for the homeless - connecting them to resources that are just beyond their reach. In the meantime, they've literally ended Veteran homelessness in our city. Merideth Spriggs joins Dan Young on SOS Radio to encourage you to take part!
Whether you're looking forward to a date in the near future, or you're hoping to teach your kids how to discover the perfect spouse for them, you'll want to hear MJ from Future Marriage University share the 4 things you absolutely MUST learn about the other person!
"This is redemption. Evil has been defeated, and this is what it looks like." - Plumb
I don't know that I've ever heard a Christian artist be so real, so vulnerable, as Plumb is in this discussion. I think we all cried at some point. She gets brutally honest about her marriage and how it fell apart. But there's always hope! God restored their marriage by transforming the hearts of both husband and wife. This is a powerful interview.
Robert Farmer from Teen Challenge shares how Jesus is the solution for every addiction, habit and hangup!
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.
As I pulled up to the grocery store, I scanned the parking lot for a shady spot.
There was only one, and it had been taken. In fact, there was only one tree in the entire lot, offering just enough shade for one space… and the man walking from his vehicle had a smile on his face. Well done, sir.
I looked at that tree, and realized that it wasn’t bothered by the sun and heat like I was.
In fact, it wasn’t working hard to keep that little parking spot shaded. It was just doing what trees do; connect with the sun and soak up all that glorious sunshine. The fact that it provided shade was just a natural part of that process.
My 4-year old son was so excited to feed the birds with the birdfeeder he'd picked out at the store! I grabbed a big bag of bird seed, opened the top, and started to pour the seed in.
"Dad, I wanna do it!"
The bag was too much for the little guy to handle, so we got out a cup. I filled his cup, and he poured it into the feeder. Each time he'd hear the sound of the seed cascading down into it, he'd giggle in excitement. And when his cup was empty, he'd look up at me, and I'd refill it, so he could pour it in again.