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Current Show (March 27, 2015):


PRAYERS FOR BEDTIME
Discussed by Denalyn Lucado
with Denalyn Lucado (www.OakHillsChurch.com)

Part 1 of 2

It’s never too early – or too late – to lay a strong foundation for a child’s faith. Denalyn Lucado, the wife of pastor and Christian author Max Lucado, gives encouragement to parents who may think that they waited too long to introduce their children to God and His love, mercy, and forgiveness through the power of prayer.

Denalyn has a passion for prayer. “Prayers should not just be said at mealtime,” Denalyn says. “Paul said pray without ceasing…Thank the Lord I can pray any time I want.” She discusses the importance of prayer throughout the day and what it was like to write this great book “Lucado Treasury of Bedtime Prayers: Prayers for Bedtime and Every Time of Day!” with her husband, Max, and others.

You can order a copy of Denalyn Lucado’s first book “Lucado Treasury of Bedtime Prayers: Prayers for Bedtime and Every Time of Day!” on Amazon.

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PART 2 OF 2 - PRAYERS FOR BEDTIME
Discussed by Denalyn Lucado
with Denalyn Lucado (www.OakHillsChurch.com)

Denalyn’s mother was an educator who was frequently writing poems; she, too, has a love for poetry. However, Denalyn says that her passion for prayer is what really inspired her to help her husband, Max Lucado, write “Lucado Treasury of Bedtime Prayers: Prayers for Bedtime and Every Time of Day!

But what if your child is intimated by the thought of prayer? Maybe you, too, are petrified to pray aloud in front of people – even your own children. Listen in as Denalyn gives reassurance to you and for your children. Prayer doesn’t have to be scary. Prayer is beautiful.

The world is lying to our kids all the time. It’s so important for our kids to know who our kids are in Christ,” Denalyn continues. There are many teachable moments in “Lucado Treasury of Bedtime Prayers: Prayers for Bedtime and Every Time of Day!” for every part of the day, from waking up, to playtime, to bedtime. There are prayers for every holiday, as well.

You can order a copy of Denalyn Lucado’s first book “Lucado Treasury of Bedtime Prayers: Prayers for Bedtime and Every Time of Day!” on Amazon.

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MOMMY WARS
Discussed by Erin Smalley
with Focus on the Family www.Family.org

A liberal blogger’s opinion piece, “Being a Stay-at-Home Mother Is Not a Job,” recently went viral, reigniting the “mommy wars” debate between moms in the workforce and stay-at-home moms. Erin Smalley, Family Ministries Program Manager at Focus on the Family, says, “Divisive messages about motherhood impact real moms and the culture as a whole.” Being a stay-at-home mom is most certainly a “job” – it’s a privilege and an honor.

Erin goes on to say that oftentimes it is not a “choice” for moms or dads to work; they have to in order to provide for their families. Others must stay at home for reasons that are not always apparent. But we do all have something in common: We love our kids. “We have a heart to create a certain world for our kids and to raise them in a Godly way”. Being a parent is a tough job. We don’t need to “judge” each other simply because one works and one doesn’t. “It’s all very overwhelming,” Erin says.

Find more on this and other issues affecting the family [here].

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FIGHTING CRONY CAPITALISM
Discussed by Justin Danhof
with National Center for Public Policy Research (www.NationalCenter.org)

Apple President Tim Cook stated: “Apple is more interested in green energy than green profits.” But what he is really saying, according to Justin Danhof is: “Essentially, if you were to believe everything that comes out of Tim’s mouth, you’d believe that they (Apple) were running a humanitarian non-profit venture.” Listen in as Justin explains what is going on with Apple.

Another company that has been in the news recently is Costco for discriminating against employees who disagree with their “politics” on their own time. Justin discusses the “Employee Conscious Protection Project” (ECPP), which would allow workers the freedom to participate in politics on their own time, with their own money, without fear of retribution from the employer. GE, Pepsi, and Walmart are just a few of the big-name corporations that have already added the ECPP to their employees’ contracts. Why won’t Costco?

Justin says it all boils down to money. Listen in as he clarifies his opinion. “Free markets are worth fighting for and we’re going to be on the front lines continuing that battle.”

Justin Danhof is the General Counsel for the National Center for Public Policy Research, as well as Director of the Center's Free Enterprise Project. They can be found [here]. 

Justin’s article on this issue is [here].

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CHURCH HISTORY - WEEK 11
Discussed by Vicar Melvin Tinker
with Biblical Literacy (www.Biblical-Literacy.com)


Day 5

Mark Lanier and his beautiful wife, Becky, are in Israel for a few weeks and he has a very special guest filling in for him.

Melvin Tinker has been the parish priest for the Anglican Church, St. John Newland in Hull, England since 1994. As well as speaking around the country and abroad, Melvin is the author of over sixty published articles dealing with a wide range of subjects relating to ethics and theology.

God opened up doors for several members of Mark’s class to visit Hull, England in 2014, for a mission trip to spread the gospel in Hull, England. Once a very religious city, the number of churches and Christians has decreased dramatically over the last decade. Please pray for Vicar Tinker and his parish in Hull, England as they spread the Gospel to people who so desperately need the Word of God.

You can find more information on Hull, England, and Vicar Tinker’s parish by visiting Biblical-Literacy under the “Mission to Hull” link.

The first part of Melvin Tinker’s lesson today includes a “Thank You” video from the people of Hull, England, for Mark’s class. Listen in to the video and as Vicar Melvin expresses his personal thanks. It’s amazing what God is doing in Hull, England and the people’s lives there. There are many challenges they face, both spiritually and financially.

Now for the lesson…. The Trinity - Part 2.

When we examine the unity between man and wife, we can understand The Trinity. Theologian Karl Barth argues that “The male/female picture of being made in God’s image is ‘the’ image to help us understand what God is like.” Melvin uses John 14:10-11 as a perfect example of Jesus proclaiming his relationship with the Father.

This reveals the special nature of the relationship of the Father and the Son,” Vicar Melvin Tinker proclaims. “They are not independent of each other; rather their identity arises from their relationship.” He goes on to add that “The fellowship of the Holy Spirit revealed in God’s relating to us reflects that fellowship within the life of God. The spirit can be seen as the person who mediates, sustains, and enables the love between the Father and the Son.

So what does The Trinity have to do with our day-to-day lives? Melvin says, “Is there anything more vital than love? God IS love!” He explains that Muslims don’t have a god to love, because Allah is a singular being. Listen in as Vicar Tinker compares Muslims and Christians and why we, as Christians, have such a greater hope for the future.

Points for Home: We become what we worship. If we worship the world, we will be like the world. If we truly worship God, the one and only Creator, we will become more like Him. Also, find ways to build up the church to everyone you meet. Through prayer and practice, endeavor to bring a little bit of Heaven down to earth, to share with those you come in contact with.

For the lesson, unedited audio, handouts, PowerPoint slides, and video click [here].

If you do not have a church home, Mark invites you to come to Champion Forest Baptist Church in Houston, TX. Attend the early service at 9:30 AM and then go the Family Life Center (located near the center of the church building) for his Life Group class, which begins at 11 AM. Mark’s class averages about 800 people every Sunday, so don’t be shy! Come and join them this Sunday!

Listen in every day to hear a portion of Mark’s lesson.

Remember, you can order a copy of his new book, “Christianity on Trial”, directly from the publisher [here].

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