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with some goodies not heard on the radio

July 22 weekend
Listen with this family

Here's Good News: "The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want." And safe news: "Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I fear no evil, for You are with me." Little person, we need the Lord Jesus Christ as our Shepherd. Learn more about Him during the next WE KIDS. It's fun for ears and great for hearts of little people and their families.

John 10:14-15 are this week's Bible verses to remember:

       I am the good shepherd;
       and I know My own,
       and My own know me,
       even as the Father knows me
       and I know the Father;
       and I lay down My life for the sheep.

If you belong to the Good Shepherd, you're one of His sheep. Are you a good one of His flock? Hear more about this during the next WE KIDS. Here's some talk from me about it.

E-couragement from a grown-up WE KIDS listener in south Texas: "Hello My name is Debbie ... and I am the director for our church radio station, 'Maranatha Radio' 97.9 FM in Mission, Texas. First of all I wanted to thank you all for such an awesome kids radio program that you all have created, so the children may get spiritually fed in such a fun way. I would also like to ask what the procedure would be to broadcast 'We Kids' on our radio station. Blessings, Debbie" [Thanks for your kind words, Debbie--and for asking about carrying WE KIDS on Maranatha Radio. I'm sending you satellite connection info. Then together we'll be pointing little people and their families to our Lord Jesus.]

At home in Paradise, Monte is happy. He's our mandarin orange tree. And, after too long in a pot, was finally planted in the back yard this week. Trees, like kids, are great growers and get taller each year. It's a good thing--so good that I think I can hear him humming out there.

And you may be humming, too, when you get into the next WE KIDS. Shall we do it together? Let's go!

Mr. Nick

PS--The next WE KIDS exit-"machine," they say, is pretty fast. Four legs. A tail. At least a thousand pounds. What do you think it could be?

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