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What is the most precious gift we are given? It’s something you can’t put a price on. Once you use it or spend it, it’s gone forever. You can’t buy more… you can’t even steal more. You will always have a fixed amount of it. In fact, the amount you “own” is always decreasing.

 

I’m talking about time. God has given each of us an amount of time. God has a plan for each of our lives. And each life has a begin date and an end date that only God knows.

 

Here’s my question to you…

 

How are you spending the time God has given you?

 

Job Openings in the SOS Community  |  | SOS Radio

Clark County Collections is hiring for data entry, administrative positions, collections positions.
Email [email protected] or call Melissa at 702.940.5120

Anthony at Window Bright is looking for 2 window cleaners and a part time office person.
Call 702.497.6342 or email [email protected]

The City of Las Vegas has a lot of job openings right now for both full time and part time positions: www.LasVegasNevada.gov

Cheesecake Factory is looking for a casher
http://ww3.cakecareers.com/job-detail/101914/2016-01-25?src=215259

Clark county Schools are hiring bus drivers. They train!

His Dream… My reality…  |  | SOS Radio

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

His Dream… My reality…

 

Be quick to criticize… wait a minute! | Be quick to criticize… wait a minute! | SOS Radio

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.

Encouragement in Tough Times  |  | SOS Radio

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

October has been a tough month for my family. We said goodbye to a Foster Son that we had for a year. It's been devistating to our family. We've been recovering and holding on to the promise that God has a Good plan for our lives. I want to share something that a friend sent me... it's helped refocus me on God's purpose and plan through this rough patch. 

 

 

First, there is a God and we are not Him.  His plans for us are always and forever for our good and His ultimate glory.

 

Making Memories

Making Memories  |  | SOS Radio
 I've challenged myself this summer to make memories with my family. I want them to have experiences they look back on and remember fondly. 
 
This past weekend, my sons Jeremy and Corey got to do something really cool... run the bases at Angels Stadium. They couldn't stop smiling after crossing home plate.
Points of Encouragement  | Points of Encouragement  | SOS Radio

Every day I put together a prep sheet before I go on the air. This past Monday was a very difficult day to be on the air. God directed me to some pretty encouraging stuff that helped me process what had happened.


 

 

 

Don’t panic. I’m with you.

25 Random Things About J.D.  | Get To Know J.D.  | SOS Radio

Scott made me laugh with his "25 Random Things About The Morning Show". So I though I'd give it a shot. 

 

25 Random Things About J.D. 

 

1. I don't like milk in my cereal.

 

Greater love has no one than this...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

While watching this video, John 15:13 kept coming to mind... "Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one's life for one's friends."

 

The Wave...

The Wave... |  | SOS Radio

The Wave...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I made the trip to Oregon this past weekend to take my little sister to her first Ducks football game. We had a blast even though it was 46 and pouring. About half way through the 3rd quarter a young man decided he want to try and start the wave in the stadium.

 

One person out of 60,000… the odds aren’t in his favor. I watched him for about 45 minutes try to pump up the crowd, but each time the wave would die about two sections over. He was determined. After trying 25 times and failing each time… He tried again, with the same enthusiasm as the 1st try.

 

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