with some goodies not heard on the radio
September 25 weekend
Listen with this family
Joshua followed God and led God’s people into the Promised Land. When he was old and blessed with many victories, his work was done. Still, he had some important words for God’s people. What were they? Put an ear to the air for more about Joshua’s farewell: listen to the next WE KIDS. It’s Christ-centered radio that’s good for growing kids. WE KIDS!
...as for me and my family,
we will serve The Lord.
E-couragement from a new WE KIDS listener in tune with WHBJ-FM in South Carolina: "I heard your radio show for the first time last Saturday morning on GNN 99.1 FM. I loved it! The songs, the message, the fun...I was reminded of children's church when I was a child in the 80's. Thank you for the ministry you give. It was such a blessing to me. I can't wait to share it with my grandchildren, Evalyn Violet is 4 and Arthur is 1. I'm delighted that I can stream it online whenever and wherever I like. I have been singing the songs all the rest of the weekend. Thank you for what you do for the little children in the name of our Lord. Corrie Jane" [Pointing 'em to Jesus is what it's all about, Corrie Jane. Thank you for your appreciative words.]
At home in Red Bluff, Grandma Carolyn and I are happily remembering our recent visit with grands Mercy and Eden's family. We're especially thanking God for His protection of the younger Eden the week before when her parents found her lying motionless in the middle of the road. After a couple of heart-wrenching minutes, though, she was back on her feet, dusted off, and showed only a scratch. This kid is tough. More so, God is merciful. And more than ever before, we're grateful.
There's plenty of gratefulness coming in the next WE KIDS, too. And it's not just because we're getting closer to Thanksgiving. Jesus died for us so we can live for Him. Thankful? Yes! This is just part of the message of the latest WE KIDS, right here!
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PS—I'm hearing that the WE KIDS exit-machine makes lots of noise. But will it go? We'll see. ( What do you think it might be?)