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As I watched the State of the Union this week, I just felt the tension behind how deeply our political parties are divided. It's a real challenge because Christians easily get sucked right into the politics. We all have social issues we’re passionate about. We have values, personal styles & ethnic backgrounds. We have work related fears that shape our views on education, government regulation, truth & money. As Christians, it's so easy to let these variables shape our world view even more deeply than our relationship with God.
I was in the wrong place at the wrong time and ended up in this new Mercy Me music video! Haha #MMshake
Samantha is 6 years old. She understands the power of social media and she's asking people to share her video because she really wants to see an astronaut come to her school at Pinecrest academy in Henderson, NV. She hopes this video reaches the family & friends of astronauts and NASA employees. She's even written a letter to President Obama.
We're into the second half of January. How's your resolution working out? I've rebooted mine twice!
Chef Phillip Dell was on our show talking about how to know when our body is telling us we're not healthy as we could be...
Here's reviews on some of the films nominated for "Best Picture" by the Academy Awards. This is REALLY interesting! You can read more from Bob at Pluggedin.com on each of these films.
I'm a good person. Isn't that enough? Here's a discussion about where Jesus Christ comes in. I think this discussion will challenge you.
One of my Facebook friends asked an honest question that really challenged me: "Isn't God pleased if I am a good person? Why does Jesus have to be the standard?"
There's no judgement here. I thought it would make a great discussion because I think most of us have had to face this question at some point in our faith journey. Click here for a deep discussion! I welcome your feedback too! - Scott@SosRadio.net
This morning I was listening to the words in a lot of the songs we play on SOS Radio. I was hearing songs about faith, trust, love, grace and changed lives. There was just this theme of "change" in the air. I've been feeling it in my prayer life over the last few weeks, and I think change is inevitable when we are on a journey with Jesus. I'm excited to see how God challenges our country and our culture in 2014.
God is in the lifechange business. Jesus said, "If you really knew me, you would know my father as well, from now on you DO know him and have seen him. Anyone who has seen me has seen the father. I tell you the truth, anyone who has faith in me will do what I have been doing. He will do even greater things than these."
Here's a guest blog from Chef Phillip Dell:
It’s that time of year again- the time when lots of people set New Year’s Resolutions.
40 to 45% of American adult make one or more resolutions each year.
Among the top New Year’s Resolutions are resolutions about weight loss, exercise, and quitting smoking. Also popular are resolutions dealing with better money management and debt reduction.
And just how many of these resolutions are maintained as time goes on?
- past the first week: 75%
- past 2 weeks: 71%
- after one month: 64%
- after 6 months: 46%