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with some goodies not heard on the radio

March 17 weekend
Listen with this family

If you had a bottle of very expensive perfume, would you use it on someone's feet? Would you pour the whole thing on someone's feet? This really happened. Mary poured a whole bottle of perfume on the feet of Jesus Christ. And then she wiped His feet with her hair. Why? Find out during the next WE KIDS, faith-building and family-friendly radio for little people.

Ephesians 5:2 is this week's Scripture to remember:

       ...walk in love, just as Christ also loved you,
       and gave Himself up for us, an offering
       and a sacrifice to God as a fragrant aroma.

God loved us first. We should love Him back--and love others too. There's more about this coming during the next WE KIDS. Here's more talk from me about knowing Jesus.

E-couragement from a WE KIDS little listener to WRVM-FM in Wisconsin: "Mr. Nick, my name is Vania I'm 11 years old, and love to listen to We Kids every Saterday. I really like all the good songs. Keep the good work up! Please send me some We Kids stickers. From, Vania" [Thanks for writing, Vania! Your stickers should be in your mailbox by now.]

At home in Paradise, the sick bug finally got me. For the last several months it's been prowling around our home and church and stores and post office, taking folks down for sometimes a couple of weeks. People were beginning to ask "What's with you? Don't you get sick?" Not wanting to disappoint anyone(!) I finally let it grab me. No aches or fever, but it comes with a nasty cough that makes sleep difficult. The good side of being "down" means reading time by the warm woodstove, learning more about the seven churches in Revelation 2-3. And enjoying chicken soup. Thank You, Lord God, for making us with self-healing bodies. And for all those other days of being well.

I'm ready for the next WE KIDS, though. It's fun for your ears, good for your heart. Ears on, please. Ready… now!

Mr. Nick

PS-The next WE KIDS exit-"machine," they're hinting, is as big as it is slow (most of the time) and can be loud. What do you think it could be?

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