Rob Jackson is a counselor at Focus On the Family who frequently gets calls from parents wanting to know what to do when they know or suspect their child is watching pornography. He gives good advice, drawing from his years of counseling experience.
For more information, go online to FocusOnTheFamily.com and put the word “Pornography” in the search bar on the website, or call 1-800-A-Family.
It was a long journey for Amaya Estes, but the persistence of Tina Hayhurst at Movement 5280 resulted in Amaya’s conversion. Amaya tells her story of redemption and Tina tells her part of the story as she acted on the continuous promptings of Jesus even while Amaya tried to reject His message. More information online at http://Movement5280.org
Dean Reynolds, founder of Seeds Wilderness Therapy, has discovered the therapeutic benefits of taking troubled teenagers on wilderness trips. Not only to enjoy nature, but also to provide a setting that allows them to draw aside from the noise of life to better hear Jesus speak healing into their lives. More information is found online at http://SeedsWildernessTherapy.com
Bob Schulz collects information on retirement that he makes available online at http://RetirementGuy.org , and shares some insights with Tom Moller on “Along the Way” how retired and soon-to-be retired people can experience joy and purpose in retirement.
Stu Fuhlendorf is a pastor at Redemption Hills Church in Littleton. But before finding his way to faith in Jesus Christ, he aspired to be fabulously wealthy. He describes himself then as having been a narcissistic, angry, atheist, alcoholic. And he became a multi-millionaire. He tells his story how Jesus transformed him from Fortune to Faith. It’s a story that is also recounted in his book Wall Street to the Well.
Geremy Keeton, Director of Counseling at Focus on the Family, gives advice to parents on how to talk to children about sex and sexual predators, and the kinds of patterns for parents to look for in order not to get fooled.
The term “Man’s best friend” aptly describes a dog. Ron Leonard from “Canines for Christ Therapy Dog Ministry” has found that dogs are perfect companions in ministry, bringing comfort to people experiencing difficult situations but also even in evangelistic situations. Ron gives information for dog owners who want to enlist the help of their dogs in ministry.
Part 2 of the Stephen Ray Watts story – He takes us through how the Lord and he conquered alcoholism, and how Dotsero’s first Christian album resulted. Selections from the album are featured on the broadcast.
Stephen Ray Watts, a founding member of the renowned Contemporary Jazz Band “Dotsero” details his life as a jazz musician and its underbelly of alcoholism, contrasting it with his new life serving Jesus. This program is the first of two parts which also debuts Dotsero’s first-ever Christian album “Through All Generations.”
Bruce Baker has been diagnosed with a terminal illness. But he says the diagnosis, for him, is a gift – and it in fact is a gift for everybody who is given such diagnosis. He is the author of For Thou Art With Me: Biblical Help for the Terminally Ill and Those that Love Them published by Grace Acres Press.
– Allen Huth is a businessman whose mission in life is to encourage God’s people to be connected to God’s Word everyday – and he has created an app to make it easy to develop a daily habit of Bible reading. He describes the ministry and the inspiration from the Lord that gave birth to The Ezra Project.
“Wallpaper Worship” is a term Danny Byram uses to describe great quality music done from the heart by a dedicated worship team with a great presentation – but it’s like wallpaper to many (or maybe most) in the congregation. In fact, he wrote a book called Wallpaper Worship to describe the condition and propose solutions. Tuesday, February 26, Danny will be at an event for worship leaders and people engaged in worship , called “Calibrate” at Calvary South Denver. He talks about the event and worship on “Along the Way.”
Stopping by a workplace, on the golf course, or at the water cooler, Christian Radio Personality Roy Hanschke tells how men can informally and comfortably start a conversation that ends up impacting other men. Roy is author of In Search of Shalom- The Success Every Man Desires. His website is “How Did I Miss That mm.com” (the “mm” stands for “men’s ministry.”)
Pastor Bryan Wolfmueller's focus is drawing Christians' attention to the vibrancy of Scripture as the antidote for drifting into complacency. He talks about this ministry as pastor of Hope Lutheran Church in Aurora and speaker on the 5pm Sunday program "Cross Defense" heard on 94.7 FM The Word. More information is available online at Wolfmueller.co
"Bring It Up with Deb and Cindy" is heard in Denver at 3pm Saturdays on 94.7 FM The Word as well as across the nation. "Deb," of Deb and Cindy, discusses her background as a former Miss Colorado and an actress in Hollywood, and gives us an inside look at the radio program "Bring It Up."
Jordan Jackson, president of Security Central, has an award-winning monthly program of giving to 10 local and international ministries and non-profits. He describes the program and how you too can give to these ministries through the Security Central website.
Yong Hui McDonald, the chaplain at the Adams County Detention Facility, has written a new book for prisoners, counselors, chaplains, and ministers. A Guide to Inner Healing tells how people enter “the torment room” and how prayer and Jesus Christ open doors to get them out of the torment room. More information is found at http://GuideToInnerHealing.org
Bob Schulz is “The Retirement Guy.” He provides hundreds of resources on all retirement subjects that he makes available at no charge (nor does he have “an angle” accompanied by a sales pitch.) He gives tips for those who are not yet retired as well as those who are already retired, and discusses typical emotions that people experience regarding retirement.