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When you think "pool," do you think "swimming"? In Jerusalem, there was once a man who hung around the pool of Bethesda a lot. But he wasn't there to swim. He was sick--and had been for 38 years. Then he met Jesus, who wasn't there to swim, either. Learn more about this during the next WE KIDS, radio goodstuff for little people and their families.
John 6:29 is this week's Bible verse to remember:
answered and said to them,
"This is the work of God,
that you believe in Him
whom He as sent."
E-couragement from a WE KIDS mom listening on line in Florida: "Dear Mr. Nick, we were introduced to your radio program a few years ago thanks to a link that our Virginia church posted on its website under the children's ministry resources, and we have truly enjoyed it from the beginning. I must even admit that although your programs are aimed at little children, I have listened to them to cheer me up when the house was empty and my two children (Camille and Xavier) were at school. We want to thank you for your gift of teaching the Word of God to the young souls in such a fun and positive way. My children are now age 6 and 9 and their face lit up (they sometimes jump for joy too!) when I announce that it is time for "We Kids"! I could not be more pleased. As we approach Thanksgiving, please accept this modest donation. We pray for you and your ministry, and hope to be able to give again to your ministry as the Lord leads. Blessings... Marina" [Marina-mom, you are one encouraging lady. Thank YOU.]
At home in Paradise, there's a happy mix of Thanksgiving and Christmas in the air. How? You'll hear the Thanksgiving part during the next WE KIDS. At the same time our Paradise Community Chorus is prepping for its annual Christmas concerts, so there're "fa-la-la-la-la" lyrics bouncing around in my head. These, with the sound of rain music on the roof--thank You again, Lord God! Life is good.
Speaking about the next WE KIDS, want to get a jump on it? You can hear the next program here.
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PS--I'm hearing that the next WE KIDS exit-machine is as noisy as it's fast. What do you think it could be?