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Sharing Your Faith

A “May Day” letter to Airwaves

I sent this email to Airwaves on May 1st.  Thought I’d publish it for you to read hoping you will be reminded to pray for us this summer and perhaps catch a little bit of our Kingdom vision.   Enjoy. Band- As today is the National Day of Prayer, I have felt moved to pray and as it usually does, my mind has sent me reflecting and praying…

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Redemption

God did a work of transformation in John Turnipseed's life. He shares his story of going from gang leader to community leader.

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Go a little further

A Christian friend of mine had a great job. He was in an influential position with an organization that really allowed him to shine a light in a dark world. Another friend of mine, a non-Christian, worked for that same organization. I asked the non-Christian friend whether or not he knew my Christian friend. “Yeah… he’s the…

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How to minister to teens

The teenage years are undoubtedly some of the toughest years a person can go through. So many issues; changing education, changing friends, changing body, and an emotional maturity that can’t always keep up. Those factors can lead teens to depression, anxiety, and feeling unworthy of others’ affection or respect.…

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‘God’s Not Dead’ is worth the time

I just got a tip from one of our ministry partners.  It was a short reminder that God’s Not Dead just opened at the Wehrenberg in Cedar Rapids. It got a 76% ranking from Rotten Tomatoes. That’s a respectable ranking and after watching the trailer, I have to admit, it looks pretty interesting. Check out the trailer for…

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Talking about God at work & school

We’re fast approaching the time of year when many 18-year-olds across the country will end one chapter of their lives and move into their college years. And for many Christian teens, that means stepping into the cornucopial abyss of worldviews you find on secular universities. Maybe you’ve been preparing your kid…

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Be a thermostat

Are you a thermometer or a thermostat? A thermometer knows the temperature in the room.  It’s job is to tell you the temperature but that is all it does.  A thermostat on the other hand, also knows the temperature in the room but it’s job is to change the temperature to make a room more comfortable. In the same way, we can…

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Thy Kingdom come

“How do you share your faith?” Have you memorized the four spiritual laws originally created by Dr. Bill Bright of Campus Crusade and do you use them regularly in conversations with interested friends and family? Maybe you’re a story teller/testimony person telling another how God intervened in your life…

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Salvation Army Red Kettles uplift Eastern Iowa

You mention The Salvation Army to someone in Cedar Rapids and they’ll share with you firsthand stories about how the Army helped after the 2008 floods.  Our community sure has a unique bond with relief organizations like The Salvation Army! Enter Christmas…The Salvation Army bells started ringing late last month…

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Listener becomes an angel!

I love hearing stories of how our listeners look for ways to give back as an expression of love and thankfulness to the Lord for his many blessings. Enjoy! “Let me just start out saying my family and I love Life 101.9! It’s so uplifting and we don’t have to worry about our kids hearing things we don’t want them to…

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In the last days of winter, cabin fever is setting in around Eastern Iowa. A few new ideas for fun will make the rest of winter a little easier.

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