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A woman called this morning asking about rights for her children in the public schools. I've posted resources below!
Her daughters want to sing a Christian song in the school talent show, but the administrators said, "NO." She asked about some resources to help.
Students have a lot more rights than they realize in the public school system, but they have to exercise them. We as parents are a little more limited- but our kids are free to live out their faith. That includes having bible clubs on school property, wearing religious clothing & jewelry, they can organize prayer groups on school property and talk about their faith with other students.
Here's pics & video from Klip it for Kids this weekend from Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation. Who does Scott look like with a bald head? Yikes! haha.
Last Summer we took 40 listeners on a mission trip to Kalapuwa Sri & Samudra Sri in Sri Lanka. It's an amazing children's home & leadership academy. They care for about 200 orphans.
The Christian Couture Clothing Company is donating a portion of their sales to SOS Radio.
They have some very cool new designs for summer.
I heard Jud Wilhite talking about when Jesus was hanging on the Cross and he said “My God My god why have you forsaken me?” This is one quote from Jesus that puzzles a lot of us! Is Jesus giving up or losing faith?
Jesus was actually quoting a Psalm 22, written by King David hundreds of years before Jesus was ever born.
"When the Scriptures refer to the "heavenly host," we usually think of "choirs of angels."
The word "host" in the Bible meant "army" (Joshua 5:13-14).
It is an important truth: the hosts of Heaven are worshiping armies. Indeed, no one can do warfare who is not first a worshiper of God."
-Francis Frangipane from Elijah List.
I LOVE this video from Plumb. Such an amazing message of hope! Click the button below and share it if you agree!
A recipe for home made Peeps? I'd rather just spend a buck and save myself the hassle! If you want it, click here for the recipe.