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Welcome to the Friday Roundup.  Enjoy this review of our episodes this week and share it with your friends.   Have a great weekend everyone.Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/startingright)
Today we look at one of the well-know Old Testament stories about a woman who had come to the end of all hope.  Her husband was dead, her children were about to be taken from her and she had nothing. Nothing but a little oil.  It is amazing wha
I am a big fan of the old four mast sailing ships.  These ships are magnificent to look at.  But in truth they were quite fragile.  A good storm could easily destroy them and kill everyone onboard.  The captains had to learn some common sense t
Imagine going for a swim in the ocean and finding yourself suddenly so far from shore that you cannot even tell which way shore is.  That's what happens in today's story and  we see how these two teens handled their situation.Support the show (
If you have ever wondered about the power of Praise, you need to hear today's story.  When Joel and Janine Taylor's son Jaxon was diagnosed with a form of Ebola, it required a miracle to heal him.  The miracle came in the form of prayer and pow
Remember a time when you were worried or fearful of accomplishing something, but there was one person who stood beside you and said, "You can do this.  Go for it."  And that encouragement made all the difference to you.  Today's story is all ab
Taking a step of faith can be intimidating .  We often fight with thoughts like:  "What if God doesn't answer?"  or"  I could look really stupid if this doesn't work."  I have heard some people say that it is better not to take a step of faith
Do you know what real faith looks like.  Some of you may think real faith means doing something outstanding or incredibly dangerous and seeing God work it out.  Well, yes that is faith, but in today's episode you will see another side of real f
What if the last thing you said or did to the people you love, was the last thing you would ever say or do?  Would that change how you treat them?Today's episode was originally broadcast on April 30, 2020.Here is the Youtube link to 'The Last T
Welcome to the Friday Roundup.  Today we recap each of our episodes for the week to help you get ready for a great weekend.  EnjoySupport the show (https://www.paypal.me/startingright)
What do you do when you don't know what to do?  That is the question that we try to answer in our episode today.Originally broadcast on May 12, 2020Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/startingright)
I believe that we are going to have a great year.  The only thing that can stop us has nothing to do with the pandemic, or politics, or anyone around us.  The only thing that can stop us from having a great year is if we let the worries and str
Remember when we used to be able to have a big pot luck dinner at church?  After eating way too much pf the main course, we were always reminded to "Keep your fork."  That was because the best was yet to come.Support the show (https://www.paypa
We do not know what we will face in 2022. There will undoubtedly be struggles and some pain, but there will also be lots of joy, fun and laughter. Much of how we experience the coming year depends on who and what we will rely on for our strengt
2021 is soon behind us and a brand new year lays ahead.  What can we do to help make sure that it will be one of our best years?  Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/startingright)
Today's story presents a powerful lesson about sacrifice. You will be inspired.Originally Broadcast June 4, 2020Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/startingright)
If Covid were over and life was back to "normal,"  what would be the most important thing for you to go after in 2022?  Today we look at some common answers and goals that people have as they look into a new year.  Enjoy.Support the show (https
It is astounding the kind of warnings that manufacturers must put on their products.  Today we look at  some of the most confusing ones that might make you smile a bit, but assuredly they will make you shake your head in wonder.First broadcast
We are told that the majority of people feel some sort of depression or let down after Christmas.  Today we look at a song from Matthew West that reminds us of what we can hold onto in those difficult times. Here is the link to 'Day After Chris
Tomorrow is Christmas.  It is a day of celebration and love and family.  But most importantly it is a day for us to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.  I wish you all a very happy, merry and blessed Christmas .Support the show (https://www.pa
One of the most popular Christmas songs in the last 40 years.  Written by Mark Lowry and Buddy Greene, the song asks the question about how much Mary knew about this baby she was carrying.   A beautiful song that inspires the joy and wonder of
Silent Night is a beautiful Christmas carol written over 200 years ago.   It all came about because of what looked like a disaster, a mouse had chewed a hole in the church organ.  But out of that big problem, came one of the most beautiful and
Joseph doesn't often get the credit that he deserves.  He has  a powerful story of faith and integrity that marks him as one of the great men of the Bible.Originally broadcast December 21, 2020Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/startingrig
One of the great Christmas Carols.  O Come All Ye Faithful, reminds us not to forget the powerful meaning and priority of Christmas.  Enjoy.Here is the youtube link to  O Come All Ye Faithful.               https://youtu.be/_wW4R4lfUQISupport t
Welcome to our Friday Roundup.  This is your opportunity to hear a summary of each of our episodes from this week.  EnjoySupport the show (https://www.paypal.me/startingright)
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