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with Jerry & Debbie

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We heard you!


It’s easy to feel as though no gets where we are coming from.  We explain, cry, yell and often times feel very agitated trying to describe our deep emotions, only to walk away feeling exasperated and disappointed in others reactions.  We feel that others cannot relate or truly understand, but is that true?  Maybe other people can relate and do understand but it just hits too close to home or they don’t know how to respond out of fear. Let’s talk about this and more on Monday’s Take 2 with Jerry and Debbie. We invite you to call in and share your “take.” 1-800-585-9396.


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Our God is an Awesome God!


We have a great God that loves each and every one of us.  Many times God shows Himself so undeniably in a situation, circumstance or crisis.  Share with us the times you clearly felt God’s presence in your life.  Maybe you have an extraordinary story to share about how awesome our God is.  Please call in on Friday’s show at 1-800-585-9396.


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Living Life with a Purpose

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We all want to be productive. To accomplish the things we think we need to day by day. We want and need a purpose as well. Maybe we are doing a lot of tasks but really nothing for our spiritual growth. Is it possible to get our work done and still feed our spiritual health, emotional health, intellectual self, etc?  Living with Purpose is a comprehensive approach to life, whereby we are being productive in the world but also true to ourselves and our God-given purpose.  This can be a life changing show if you participate by calling, 1-800-585-9396.

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Would You Rather Die Suddenly or Have Time to Prepare?

A question many people ask themselves is whether or not they would like to have some sort of “notice” that their death was coming soon. In other words, would you rather have a diagnosis that gave you months to live, or would you rather die suddenly? It’s a valid question given some people’s fear of suffering. On the other hand, some people would prefer to have time to prepare for death and offer their sufferings in reparation for their sins and on behalf of others. What’s your take on this? Share it Wednesday!




I’m Proud of My Child (Again)

OK, so parents never stop loving their children or being proud of them. At least, they shouldn’t. But how many moms and dads suffer the heartache of a son or daughter almost ruining their life? It happens all the time. Kids can cause parents a great deal of deep disappointment. It’s as old as the human race. Making bad choices that lead to addiction, incarceration, failed marriages, families disgraced and torn apart. As a parent, you may have spent decades praying for the return of one of your children to sanity and respect. Thankfully, many of our kids have come to their senses and completely turned their lives around. There can be few feelings of relief and gratitude like when this happens. What has been your experience of a son or daughter regaining your respect after a period of wasting their gifts and talents? Share your take Tuesday on this very impactful subject.


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How Do You Prefer to Stay Connected to Loved Ones When Traveling?

Many of us can remember the days of putting a dime in the phone booth in order to be able to call home when we were on the road. What today would seem like such an incredible nuisance was a joyful act on the part of spouses, parents and loved ones in order to stay connected with the ones they love when traveling. Maybe we could call from a hotel room or the front desk. Today, we have the great blessing of cell phones, the Internet, “face time,” Skype and so many other means that make it virtually unthinkable that we wouldn’t be in regular communication with those “back home.” What are your preferred methods of sending your love from long distance? Share your take Monday with Jerry and Debbie.


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To put to death or not

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Which side are you on?  What if your core beliefs conflict with paragraph 2267 in the Catechism of the Catholic Church?  Can you still be for the death penalty and a “good” Catholic? What if a friend or family member was the victim of a heinous crime, would your view of capital punishment change when it becomes personal?  Many people struggle with this issue, so it is worthy of discussion.  Please call in and share your “take” on this subject and maybe change a heart at the same time.  1-800-585-9396.

The Church and Capital Punihsment – Tim Staples