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with Jerry & Debbie

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My kids won’t talk to me anymore

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April 25th is Parental Alienation Awareness Day.  Millions of families in the United States are affected by this tragedy.  Being estranged from your children is not normal and it has devastating effects on all parties.  The world is not kind about this situation either.  That is why so many families simply slip into silence about this growing epidemic in our midst.  The evil one wants to tear apart families and parental alienation is another diabolical step in that direction.  Let’s have a deep discussion about this painful reality.  Call us at 1-833-288-3986.


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Where Are You?


Our spiritual life is a complex journey.  We can be in the seeking mode, on fire for the Lord stage, in a dry phase or maybe just ambivalent when it comes to the faith.  Wherever you are on the quest to know, love and serve God, that is the reality of the situation. It is kind to affirm one another on the spiritual path, but it is truly a gift when we can inspire others to grow deeper in their faith.  Let’s have a real discussion on where we are at, and where we would like to be with God.  Call us at 1-833-288-3986.





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From Tragedy to Triumph


Many people experience real tragedies in their lives. They’re in a serious accident, receive a brutal health diagnosis, are betrayed by someone in whom they put a great deal of trust. The examples are endless. At the time these things happen to us, it can seem like nothing good will ever come from them. And a lot of people do struggle with tragedies for the remainder of their lives. Others somehow, some way, come to a place of looking back on their tragedy and seeing how it was a tremendous blessing in their lives. Has this happened to you? If so, call and inspire us all with your story. 1-833-288-3986.

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I Am Loving, Kind and Compassionate

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What are the top 3 affirmative words that best describe you?  This is not an exercise to be prideful or even boastful.  But rather this is a healthy way of acknowledging the wonderful characteristics God bestowed on us.  We are created in His image and likeness so when we recognize these great gifts, it surely must bring Him delight.  Please call in and share with us the 3 words that you identify with.  If you truly feel that sharing your faults accurately describes you, then by all means please express that as well.  However, we have found that when we focus on the beneficial things about us, they just naturally expand in all areas of our lives.  To be on the show, call us at 1-833-288-3986.

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I never expected to feel that way the day I retired


My (Debbie’s) sister recently retired after 42 years of full-time employment.  We were all, as a family, waiting for that special day when she didn’t have to drive 45 minutes each way to work and she could focus her time on her grandkids instead having to go to bed early to get ready for the next days work.  Well that day came and we all thought that my sister would be jumping up and down for joy but she shared with us that it was strange feeling saying goodbye and turning in her keys.  Did you feel that way when you retired?  Was it a bittersweet experience?  Maybe now after retirement has set in, you are more active than ever.  Maybe it took some time but now you are feeling free again.  Share with us your experience of retirement.  We want to learn and grow from you!  1-833-288-3986.

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That is not what I said


Communication is listed as one of the top reasons why relationships, businesses and organizations break down.  We live in a world where the communication methods are at an all time high technological level, yet we still have difficulty maintaining proper lines of effective communication.  Is it because we are moving so fast in this world that we don’t stop to really decipher what is being said?  Maybe we are so used to talking and we have become uncomfortable with truly listening.  Let’s talk about the art of communication and how it relates to our faith life.  Call in on Monday to: 1-833-288-3986.

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They’re talking about me


It is all too common to gather around the water cooler at work, school or even at the parish and partake in a little gossip.  It may seem harmless and it may even be a bit exciting to spread the news about others.  But did you know that gossiping about another person is a form of killing their reputation.  This could be considered breaking the Fifth Commandment, thou shalt not kill.  Gossip hurts people and hurts the soul. Why is it then that we accept gossip as a way of life.  The world tells us it is ok, but as Catholic Christians we should know better and work to shield ourselves from it.  Share with us your “take” on this topic.  Call us at 1-833-288-3986.