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with some goodies not heard on the radio

August 24 weekend
Listen with this family

happy familyGod said, “Destroy the enemy and everything that belongs to them.  But Achan didn’t.  During the battle, he took a beautiful coat and some gold and silver and hid them for himself.  God was not pleased.  If you don’t know what happened, you can find out during the next WE KIDS.  It’s Bible-based, Christ-centered, and good for little hearts.

Numbers 32:23b is this week's Bible verse to remember:

       Be sure your sin
       will find you out.
 
Some people can hide their sin well.  Or they think they can.  Hear more about this during the next WE KIDS.  Here's some talk from me about it.


E-couragement from a WE KIDS long-time listener to KHCB-FM in Texas: "Dear Mr. Nick, we really love youall's program Saturday mornings...  It is a bright spot in the day for my son and me...  It's the best one going for kids since Big John + Sparky.  I just wish all the kids in our country could hear We Kids.  Very relieved, thankful, and thrilled is what we were because our wonderful Lord kept you'all safe from the terrible fire; and how you have persevered through the losses has been a great example to us.  I'm thanking the Lord for meeting all your needs, and that all the kids would hear We Kids.  God bless you.  Arlon."  [Arlon, kind friend, thank you.  It's great to be alive!  Most of the destroyed radio production equipment has been replaced with new, thanks to God and His people.]

one tooth
                                                          lessAt home in Red Bluff, a video call came in recently from an excited little grand-lady.  Mercy Rose announced, proudly displaying a close-up of her mouth, that she is now one tooth lighter.  "Wow!" I said.  "Did it hurt?"  "Nah..."  She jiggled it out a little at a time, as we older ones remember doing.  "That could be worth money if you put it under your pillow tonight" I blurted without thinking that the Tooth Fairy of my boyhood days is a myth.  We try to stick with the Truth in this family.  Not a problem, though.  Mercy already had the thing labeled, bagged (with a little help from Mom), and tucked away in a safe place.  The gap in her smile was more interesting than the tooth itself.  Fine with me.  Great to see you growing through these things, Mercy!

Speaking of growing, that's what WE KIDS is all about, in Christ.  Here's the next program!

Mr. Nick
WE KIDS Radio

PS—Hints are that the next WE KIDS exit-machine has only three wheels—but it goes.  What do you think it could be?

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