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Focus On The Family
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Focus on the Family Broadcast

Focus on the Family is a half-hour daily dose of encouragement and advice for the family with Jim Daly and John Fuller. Focus on the Family began airing in 1977. It is now carried daily on 2,000 radio outlets in the United States and has become one of today's most recognized Christian radio programs.

Best-selling authors Jim Burns and Doug Fields offer practical advice to enga...

Posted: January 18, 2019, 7:00 am
Our Daily Bread

Our Daily Bread

Daily Devotionals

The “Jarabe Tapatío,” also known as the Mexican hat dance, celebrates romance. During this upbeat dance, the man places his sombrero on the ground. At the very end, the woman grabs the hat and both hide behind it to seal their romance with a kiss.

This dance reminds me of the importance of faithfulness in marriage. In Proverbs 5, after talking about the high cost of immorality, we read that marriage is exclusive. “Drink water from your own cistern, running water from your own well” (v. 15). Even with ten couples dancing the Jarabe on stage, each person focuses on his or her partner. We can rejoice in a deep and undivided commitment to our spouse (v. 18).

Our romance is also being observed. The dancers, while they are enjoying their partner, know someone is watching. In the same way, we read, “For your ways are in full view of the Lord, and he examines all your paths” (v. 21). God wants to protect our marriages, so He is constantly watching us. May we please Him through the loyalty we show to each other. 

Just like in the Jarabe there is a rhythm to follow in life. When we keep the beat of our Creator by being faithful to Him—whether we are married or unmarried—we find blessings and joy.

Author: Keila Ochoa
Posted: January 19, 2019, 12:00 am
Just Thinking
Just Thinking
Mon - Fri 1pm.

RZIM: Just Thinking Broadcasts

A 15 minute weekday broadcast heard online and on the radio. The radio outreach of RZIM is a listener-supported ministry that powerfully mixes biblical teaching and Christian apologetics. The programs seek to explore issues such as life's meaning, the credibility of the Christian message and the Bible, the weakness of modern intellectual movements, and the uniqueness of Jesus Christ.

Why does God allow evil and suffering in the world? On yesterday's Just Think...

Why does God allow evil and suffering in the world? On yesterday's Just Thinking, Ravi Zacharias and Dr. William Lane Craig began answering this question at the University of Iowa. Join us today as we hop right back into the rest of Ravi's answer and then we'll hear from Dr. Craig as well.

Mon/Wed/Sat 11pm
3548 Johnny Garcia Classic (Child abuse, Anger, Addiction) Johnny Garcia suffered physical abuse at the hand of his older brother Bobby. Though Bobby changed after getting saved, Johnnys anger remained and controlled his life for the worse. After being discharged from the military for striking an officer, he learned how to find the peace his brother did.



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