Take some time during this uniquely slower season to steady your heart and fix your mind on the work of Christ on the cross. We have many special programs for Easter to help you focus on the love and mercy of Christ at the cross and the joy of the resurrection. He is risen, indeed!
"To boldly go where no man has gone before." You probably recognize that phrase from Star Trek, first aired in 1966, and then in many iterations through the years. That phrase crossed my mind last month as we once again watched NASA land a rover on Mars. The successful landing reignited the conversation of putting a man on Mars. It's certainly a place where no man has gone before, especially considering the 6 months it takes to get there, even in a rocket ship!
Join us for a Spring Skate on Monday, April 19 from 6:30 to 9:30 pm, at Skateaway, Blackman Street, Wilkes-Barre. We've planned an evening of fun and encouragement on and off the skating floor, including all your favorite Christian music and a time of devotions mid-way through the evening.
Browse our curated list of resources for Easter and celebrate the death, burial, and resurrection of Christ with meaning and intent this year! Allow the slower pace to help you discover–or rediscover–the beauty of Easter.
Treasured Moments in Black History is a two-minute weekday radio special for the month of February, Black History Month. This special program remembers the people and events in America that have shaped history and inspired lives. By looking back and highlighting these moments, you will be inspired, enriched, and encouraged in your faith walk to make history for God’s kingdom.
As many of you know, I recently went away to Idaho for a Men of Radio retreat. For the past two years, the man who hosts this Christian retreat has been encouraging me to go, and Heather has as well. However, I have hesitated... partly because of the word retreat!
Catch a fresh vision for making God’s Word the center of your life!
Early warning signs. How often do we see them and not pay attention? It may be something simple like "REDUCE SPEED AHEAD" or "HIDDEN DRIVEWAY." In my case, I have been known to ignore them all together. I have driven past more than one "ROAD CLOSED" sign, only to find out the road really is closed!