Hurricane season is around the corner! Learn all about this natural phenomenon and how you and your family can be prepared for anything nature throws your way. Join in the fun with Interactive Demonstrations, Live Air Cannon Missile Tests, and learning "How the Weather Works". Meteorologist Erik Salna joins Eric and Audrey Mornings on Friday to talk about this fun and FREE event for the family this coming Saturday, May 18, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Ft. Lauderdale Science Museum MODS.
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un repeatedly threatens America with his missile tests and fiery rhetoric and seeks to wipe out any trace of Christianity, but he's about to meet his match: the power of Christian radio. Plans are underway for Far East Broadcasting (www.febc.org) to construct a powerful, new radio "super-station" that will beam the Gospel message deep into North Korea, reaching the entire "hermit kingdom" with the Good News of Jesus Christ. President and CEO of Far East Broadcasting, Ed Cannon will join Eric and Audrey Mornings on Friday to talk about this important project and other relevant topics.
Ed Cannon is President and CEO of Far East Broadcasting International.
Erik Salna is a meterologist and currently Associate Director of Visualization, Communication, Public Education, and Engagement for the Extreme Events Institute (EEI) and the International Hurricane Research Center (IHRC) at Florida International University (FIU) in Miami.
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