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We had a discussion about job openings in our area. Lots of people in the SOS Radio community called and shared about how their company is hiring. Click here for a list of job openings on our SOS Radio Facebook page. You might have to scroll down a few posts, but it's there!
This week we're celebrating why we LOVE our church community! Music is a pillar of culture, so we had a discussion with Luke Smallbone from For King & Country along with some local pastors talking about how Christian music is making a big impact on American culture! (Vince Antonucci, Jamie Dick & Rob Boyd) #SOScommunity
Here's a discussion between Rob Boyd of Green Valley Baptist, Craig Michaelson of Faith Community Lutheran, rapper G Blest & Luke from For King & Country.
Discussion about racism vs cultural bias in the Christian community featuring G Blest, Craig Michaelson, Rob Boyd, Luke Smallbone from For King & Country.
My friend Brian shared this poem with me about a few things that God challenged him with after reading through Titus in the Bible.
What's God challenged you with so far this year?
Here's a discussion on how to change the way we think about our schedule. There are some profound thoughts in this discussion. Let's intentionally leave margin in our life.
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.
Here's a couple cool programs where volunteers will do your taxes for free if you qualify
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program offers free tax help to people who generally make $53,000 or less, persons with disabilities, the elderly and limited English speaking taxpayers who need assistance in preparing their own tax returns. (They call it the VITA program) IRS-certified volunteers provide free basic income tax return preparation with electronic filing to qualified individuals.
We had a powerful discussion with Perry Noble about anxiety, depression and chemical imbalances.
Perry Noble's book is called "Overwhelmed"