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July 15, 2020

Becky Harling: Psalms for the Anxious Heart

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to be a source of uncertainty and upset to our ability to live a “normal” life, make plans, travel, and connect with our church family and friends. The ongoing struggle with no sure end in sight has resulted in an uptick in depression and anxiety. How can we find a place of peace through these days? Bible Teacher Becky Harling will take us to the Psalms Wednesday to teach us a truth to hold on to and a song to meditate on to find that relief and hope for our anxious hearts.

Michele Rickett: World Day Against Human Trafficking

In many areas around the world the coronavirus pandemic has caused a desperation in parents that human traffickers have used to trick parents into selling their daughters. What can be done to protect these precious girls? Wednesday Michele Rickett from She is Safe will share with us the latest research concerning COVID 19 and human trafficking, what their ministry is doing in response, and how we can join them.

Mid-Morning Show Coffee Break

Catch up on the Mid-Morning Show Coffee Break!

We're sharing stories of family heirlooms this morning!

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July 14, 2020

Jason Crosby: When God Says No to Plan A

Do you feel like you've missed God's plan A? What if it was God that said no to  plan A? Station Manager Jason Crosby will look Habakkuk's journey from questioning God to ultimately trusting in God, even though not fully understanding His plan. Be listening for this timely discussion that will challenge each of us to lay down our plans and trust God in this season.

Karl Vaters: The Church Recovery Guide

Church leaders are currently facing various unique challenges because of the current COVID-19 pandemic. You may be asking, how will my church recover? Tuesday we will visit with Karl Vaters who offers some practical steps you can take to help your church not only survive but thrive in this season. Be listening as we dig into The Church Recovery Guide to glean some direction to help the church chart a path to even greater vitality.

Mid-Morning Show Coffee Break

Watch the Mid-Morning Show Coffee Break for July 14th, 2020!

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July 13, 2020

Dr. Adam B. Dooley: Hope When Life Unravels

Have you ever experienced a season or circumstance that was so devastating that no words comforted and you felt as if God was silent? Pastor Adam Dooley journeyed through such a season as his son battled cancer. Now as he and his family are on the other side of the struggle, he is sharing how God met them in their hour of need and how He used them to minister to others. Be listening for this true life story of finding Hope When Life Unravels Monday on Ken and Deb in the Morning.

Bob Lepine: Love Like You Mean It

When you got married, did you know what you were getting into? Family Life’s Bob Lepine says many people do not have a true understanding of how much work it takes to have a loving and lasting relationship. Bob joins Ken and Deb Monday to get to the heart of what love really is by unpacking what actions and decisions will help your marital love grown.

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July 10, 2020

Dave Runyon: The Art of Neighboring

What happens when churches work together to start a neighboring movement in their community? Friday we’ll find out as we visit with Dave Runyon. Dave will tell us more about the movement that began with one simple step for church goers to reach out to their literal neighbors. As we close out this week’s theme of being a good neighbor, be listening for this practical conversations on making a plan to put Jesus command into action.

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July 09, 2020

Shauna Pilgreen: Love Where You Live

The COVID 19 pandemic has had an unintended consequence of a resurgence of localism. As we are staying closer to home, how has that impacted you and your ministry in your neighborhood? Thursday we visit with Shauna Pilgreen about moving into a new neighborhood and learning how to serve and work for the good of her community and city. She is sharing the message that God does have a plan and purpose for you right where you are. Be listening for the encouragement to intentionally live out that purpose today.

Penny Kellenberger: The Center

The Center in Davenport continues to be a hub for help in the community God has placed them and Thursday we’ll hear an update from Center Director Penny Kellenberger. Be listening for the many ways that the ministry has responded during the pandemic and this recent heat wave. Penny will share some of the current community needs and how you can help the Center meet those needs.

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Begin each day with Ken and Deb in the Morning, a live and local radio broadcast designed to get you going in the right direction. Heard every weekday from 6 to 9 a.m., hosts Ken Brooks and Deb Gustafson will encourage you with Scripture, spark thoughtful conversation on current topics and challenge you to live today for Jesus Christ.

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