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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.

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Posted: August 17, 2018, 6:00 am
Our Daily Bread

Our Daily Bread

Daily Devotionals

As an amateur photographer, I enjoy capturing glimpses of God’s creativity with my camera. I see His fingerprints on each delicate flower petal, each vibrant sunrise and sunset, and each cloud-painted and star-speckled sky canvas.

My camera’s powerful zoom option allows me to take photos of the Lord’s creatures too. I’ve snapped shots of a chattering squirrel in a cherry blossom tree, a colorful butterfly flitting from bloom to bloom, and sea turtles sunning on a rocky, black beach. Each one-of-a-kind image prompted me to worship my marvelous Maker.

I’m not the first of God’s people to praise Him while admiring His unique creations. The writer of Psalm 104 sings of the Lord’s many works of art in nature (v. 24). He regards “the sea, vast and spacious, teeming with creatures beyond number” (v. 25) and rejoices in God for providing constant and complete care for His masterpieces (vv. 27–31). Considering the majesty of the God-given life around him, the psalmist bursts with worshipful gratitude: “I will sing to the Lord all my life; I will sing praise to my God as long as I live” (v. 33).

While reflecting on the Lord’s magnificent and immense creation, we can look close at His intentional creativity and attention to detail. And like the psalmist, we can sing to our Creator with thankful praise for how powerful, majestic, and loving He is and always will be. Hallelujah!

Author: Xochitl Dixon
Posted: August 19, 2018, 12:00 am
Just Thinking
Just Thinking
Mon - Fri 1pm.
Some people who are angry at God claim they are having a crisis of faith. But perhaps their predicament is really a crisis of hope instead. That’s one of the questions we’ll examine today on Just Thinking with Ravi Zacharias.
Mon/Wed/Sat 11pm
3527 Maggie Conrad, Part 1 PG (Abuse, Violence, Sex) Maggie grew up in a splintered home with a stepfather who preyed on her from a young age. She struggled to find and maintain a loving relationship with a man. She was unfaithful to her husband and their divorce led her to a damaging relationship with a man from her work in the fitness world. At the same time, one of her clients brought her to church and Maggie began to discover Gods love. When she tries to end things with her abuser, she finds him unrelenting. Maggie ultimately takes refuge in God and her new community at church provides protection and healing.

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