XS
SM
MD
LG
XL
XXL

Positive & Uplifting


default background image

Tim Calcara

Needed: More world changers

Dr. Alan Cureton, president of Northwestern University is a mentor and friend to us all at Northwestern Media. He sent an email out today re: the senseless acts of violence we’ve been witnessing including the most recent killings at Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburg.  I hope you will take time to read it and pray for those…

on

The world serious

As I watch the World Series, I think about how we Americans use sports as an escape to help take the sting out of the tougher things that we have to go through. I do it. So does most everyone I know. Occasionally, ESPN will do a human interest story about a young person battling a terminal illness who is found rooting for his favorite team…

on

Readers are leaders

I participated in the Read Across America at Linn Grove Elementary for the fourth straight year. It’s a simple idea where members of the community take fifteen minutes and read aloud to students. I love it! It’s been often said that “readers are leaders” but you may be asking, how do children become readers? …

on

Hope brings joy

Hope brings joy and joy makes all the difference. Whad’ya think? Is it true? Is it true, for you? I heard a preacher once say that in a believer’s life at any one time, we have to deal with “good and bad things” simultaneously. There are things that are easy to swallow. Good news from a relative, the anticipation…

on

Walk carefully

He has told you, O man, what is good; And what does the Lord require of you But to do justice, to love kindness, And to walk humbly… with your God This well-known verse was given new meaning to me recently as I was listening to my pastor share at my local church. The “a-HA” experience came from the translation

on

Thanks for sharing

One of my favorite New Testament passages is Jesus’ encounter with that “wee little man” named Zacchaeus. In verse 8 of Luke 19 as Jesus is having dinner with Zacchaeus, he says “Behold, Lord, half of my possessions I will give to the poor, and if I have defrauded anyone of anything, I will give back …

on

The land of the free

Safety is on my mind these days. As we commemorate 9/11 this month, I want to give a shout out to the first responders who tirelessly served us during those difficult days seventeen years ago. I am reminded that we have been blessed and continue to be blessed with many public servants who keep us safe. We often take them for granted, but…

on

Back to the basics

In a day and age where entertainment options are everywhere you look, I was challenged the other day by what our mission statement says, and what it doesn’t say. It reminded me of the importance of getting back to the basics as we prepare for Share. Check it out: Northwestern Media exists to lead people to Christ and nurture believers…

on

The kindness of The King

As we celebrate kindness this month at Life 101.9, I am reminded of one supreme act of kindness shown by King David in the OT and how it relates to us today. David was no longer a shepherd boy. He had long since defeated Goliath and the entire Philistine army, gained immense favor with the children of Israel and was now reigning as the second…

on

Page 3 of 3312345...102030...Last »
default background image
Logan Roush
On the Air

Logan Roush

Recently Played
Audio

No more insecurity

Don’t let insecurity linger in your life. It’s a parasite. Embrace your God-given identity and God will open your eyes to a whole world waiting for your influence.

Susie Larson

on

:

Listen Live
Logan Roush
On the Air

Logan Roush

Search LIFE 101.9