Mar 17 2010

The Museum joins us on the show today!

Welcome "The Museum" on the show today! We love their song "My Hope Comes From the Lord," and can't wait to learn more about them...including the meaning behind the name of their band! Feel free to share your comments for them here!

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Mar 16 2010

Let's brag on our teachers!

My son, Alec came home very sad the other day and announced that his teacher (who taught both our boys and is FANTASTIC!) has been layed off, along with 23,000 teachers in California. Thank you so much for praying for them today! Teachers are SO important! Tell us about your favorite teacher. We want to celebrate them today!

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Mar 16 2010

March Madness... Join the Scott and Kelli Bracket!!!

So March Madness is in full swing, and soon we will know what college men's baskeball team wins the National championship. 

Kelli and I have put together a bracket, and the KLOVE listener with the best bracket can win a KLOVE Prize pack.  It's FREE to play, but there are only 400 slots available.  If you would like to play here is a link to sign up!  You may have to sign up at CBS Sports before you can join the bracket, it's free to sign up.

The password for the bracket is march.

Who is going to win???
Let's Pray for Our Leaders
Sep 10 2013

Let's Pray for Our Leaders

Like it or not, politics are a part of the fabric of our society, they can unfortunately lead to some unfriendly banter between family members and the best of friends.  And while it’s certainly OK to disagree on policies, parties and politicians, the one thing that we are all commanded to do as Christians is to “pray for our leaders” regardless of party or persuasion.

In 1 Timothy 2, the Apostle Paul writes, “First of all, then, I urge that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings be made for all people, for kings and all who are in high positions, that we may lead a peaceful and quiet life, godly and dignified in every way. This is good, and it is pleasing in the sight of God our Savior, who desires all people to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth.” 

Paul doesn’t say pray, “if you love your kings or leaders”, or “if the kings or leaders are from the same political party”, he says, “pray for ALL who are in high positions.”  Paul goes on to say that is the way we “lead a peaceful and quiet life, Godly and dignified in every way.” 

Tonight President Obama will address the country about the situation in Syria, tomorrow our leaders will vote on what action to take. Our nation is at a crossroads, and I imagine that our prayers are coveted by the men and women that are making decisions that will affect all of us.  Let us then follow Paul’s advice to Timothy, and “PRAY for ALL who are in high positions.” 

Learn more about praying for our leaders from The Billy Graham Association here:

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