We hope and pray you are enjoying a blessed time with loved ones over this Thanksgiving holiday. On Friday, we’ll present a pre-recorded conversation with His Excellency, Joseph Strickland, Bishop of the Diocese of Tyler Texas. We hope you can join in for this interesting discussion!
It’s that time of year. You’re likely going to hit the road with a car full of family members. That can put a lot of stress on anyone. But there are many things you can do to make the journey enjoyable. What are your secrets to a happy road trip? Join us on Tuesday to discuss this.
Some are good. Some are not so good. Some are downright awful. But no matter what shape they’re in, we all have dozens of interpersonal relationships in life. On Friday, we’ll talk about some of them, as you’re welcome to join in with your relationship scenarios.
We had another amazing conversation on Tuesday, this time dealing with times in our lives when we have “paid it forward.” So, we’re going to have a part two on Wednesday. Be sure to join us!
“Paying it forward” is an expression that has to do with performing unexpected acts of kindness for another person. For example, if someone in the latte line in front of you surprisingly pays for yours, instead of seeking to return the favor to that person, you buy one for the person in line behind you. It can mean a lot of other things as well. On Tuesday, let’s talk about those opportunities we’ve made use of to “pay it forward” for someone else.
We’ll start out the week on Monday with our monthly urgent prayer request show. Be sure to tune in and let us pray with you for those special and important intentions.
At some point in our lives – perhaps most often when we’re young – we take on a nickname. It could be one we choose for ourselves, or one “imposed” upon us by a sibling, a classmate, a neighbor. We’ll talk a look at nicknames, and whether we like them or not, on Friday’s show.
Thursday is Veteran’s Day. We’re going to take a look at some of the men and women who currently serve, or have served in the past. This might become emotional, so be sure you have lots of tissues handy.
Monday’s show was a great start to another week of broadcasts. We talked about some of the nicest things people have ever done for us. So many of you didn’t get to share yours, so we’re doing a part two on Tuesday. Don’t miss it!
In spite of all of the negativity in the world, there are still people willing to do nice things for others. When has this happened to you? We’ll talk about that on Monday’s show.