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with some goodies not heard on the radio

September 12 weekend
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happy family

Not many things are worse than snakes. Snake bites are worse than snakes, however. (Check with your mother about this.) And the Apostle Paul had a real snake bite. In fact, the thing hung from his hand. What happened? Learn more during the next kid-friendly and God-honoring WE KIDS!

 Psalm 121:2 is this week's Bible verse to remember:
       My help comes from the Lord
       Who made heaven and earth.
Because God made everything, He knows how to run it. Why worry? Listen for during the next edition of WE KIDS. Here's some talk from me about it.

E-couragement from a GGdad WE KIDS listener to KFSI-FM in Minnesota: "Dear Mister Nick, thank you for your program and all you do for the kids. I am a great grandpa and I still like listening to your program on Sat mornings. My kids are long grown up now and I have 13 grand children, 7 great-grand children. It's hard to believe, time goes so fast. I believe we have to reach our kids early in life to teach them about Christ Jesus and what He has done for us. It is a crazy world that we live in these days and we need to reach our kids when they are young. Thank you again for all you do. Yours in Christ, Glen" [Most welcome, Great Grandpa Glen. I completely agree with you. Are great-grands even better than grands? Haven't been there yet.]

sunAt home in Red Bluff it seems odd that people in this town have gotten used to the "overcast" days recently that are really smoke blocking the sun. We can't smell it much, but know that the snow-like ash falling from the sky means this state is on fire. Again. It's starting to thin a bit, now with bright orange sunrises and sunsets as the most noticeable sign of trouble. This month I'm supposed to move into a new home (22 months after the last one got fired in Paradise) and it looking like it's really going to happen. If you prayed with me about this, thank you!

Whether life is grand, you're a grand or a great-grand, you're welcome to meet our happy herd (or is that "heard"?) for the next WE KIDS: kid-huggin' radio that's all about Jesus. Ears here!

Mr. Nick

The next WE KIDS exit machine "could use a little work," I'm told. Hmmm. What do you think it could be?

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