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Jason from Tenth Avenue North checked in to share about how his band wrestles with leading worship vs performing and entertaining.
Pretty interesting perspective that you don't hear from Christian musicians about the behind the scene struggle. Click here for the mp3! Feel free to share this on Facebook/Twitter/Google+
Took some family pics down in the Nelson, Nevada mining town. Probably the coolest place for pictures that I have ever been too. just a suggestion for your family if you want something unique!
They have a really cool mine tour in Nelson where they take you down into one of the deepest gold mines in North America. You can find more info here.
My favorite big game snack. The Bacon Explosion.
Check out this recipe! It's like bacon sushi!
The Oscar nominations released out this week for Best Picture. More than half of them were actually family friendly movies!
That’s films like Hugo, The Artist, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, Tree of Life and Warhorse.
Don't forget you can get movie reviews on right here on the movie page at sosradio.net anytime! we have TONS of movie reviews.
Mark Schultz was on the morning show today and shared his story regarding how he was adopted as a child.
Please pray for Aaron Shust's new son Michael. He has down syndrome and been fighting for his life in the hospital NICU with a serious infection. Here's the daily updates from Aaron.
This is what Aaron's 5 year old son Daniel said at school this week:
What's worse? Accepting all religions or no religion?
How do you teach your kids to live out their faith when the schools tell your kids the opposite way?
Check out the advice from other SOS Radio listeners and leave a comment below!
I love Celebrity Apprentice. I like seeing how people think and how they work under pressure - plus they do some really cool charity work too! The new season kicks off soon.
If you want to engage culture and connect, you generally want to be relevant. But when do you feel it can go too far?
One listener named Jeff called in after our movie review for Joyful Noise this morning and had a few thoughts & challenges in regard to language and relationships. He works in Hollywood where he produces movies & TV and wanted to start a discussion.