From Mess to Miracle

God can take your biggest mess and turn it into your biggest miracle.  It seems hard to believe that sometimes, especially when you’re in the thick of a mess. Right? I read that in a devotional this morning and it was a great reminder that even if things seem too difficult for you, the good news is, it…

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By the Grace of God

By The Grace Of God I was finishing up an online bootcamp exercise, and preparing for an important Zoom meeting that would be starting in 30 minutes. And then it happened: my iPad screen froze and would not reconnect to WiFi. In fact, none of my computers would connect; my internet was out! I knew any minute…

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What If We Were More Like Dogs

What If We Were More Like Dogs? Sometimes you’ve just got to be a dog. Every day I come home from work, grab the leashes and take my good boys (Wesley and Bentley) for a walk. And if you’ve ever walked a dog, you know everything is exciting!These guys want to smell all the roses……

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I Think I Think Too Much

I was jokingly saying on the air the other day that God has given me the gift of overthinking because I’m able to think about things from so many different angles. My wife is facing some tough things at work right now (she’s perfectly fine), but that had both of us thinking and worrying and stressing. Kristen…

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Furloughed & Making a Difference

While dozens of New Yorkers lined up outside in the rain, shopping carts at the ready as they waited for free food, Sofia Moncayo led her team in prayer. “We’re super grateful for these people here. In Jesus’ name we pray,” she said, and the group of women around her clapped, cheered and replied: “Amen.”…

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Costumed Custodian Eases Vaccine Fears

It’s a gift to be able to make people forget their fears. Marisol Rivera, a Camden grandmother and Camden County College Cutodian, disinfected vacant chairs and salsa’d her way into people’s hearts while medical personnel kept watch to see if anyone was experiencing adverse vacinne reactions. Dressed as a leprechaun people couldn’t help but smile…

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God is Your Armor & Protection

I remember the day when I was a little girl that my Dad brought us to Yankee Stadium for the first time. He instructed me to put my little purse crisscross across my chest so no one could steal it, and then he held tightly to my hand as we walked through the crowded streets to get to the stadium. No…

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Spring = Hope

Spring Sprang Sprung! Welcome to Spring! What a wonderful time of year it is, right? There’s a feeling of newness in the air; daffodils popping up already; the Spring peepers are starting to chirp (or peep); robins and other birds are starting to sing again. We’ve all had a long year and it felt like winter was never…

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LISTEN: Mark Hall from Casting Crowns talks with Dave & Kristen about what he’s learned about his family while in quarantine.

Mark Hall from Casting Crowns joined Dave & Kristen in the morning. What has Mark learned about his family during the coronavirus quarantine? A lot, actually. He sees this time as a blessing. Also, if you’re struggling with fear with all of this, Mark has some words for you. Take a listen:

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LISTEN: Lauren Daigle chats with Dave & Kristen!

Lauren Daigle called in to chat with Dave & Kristen! She has a pretty interesting tip on how to become a morning person, talks about the game she plays on the road with her crew, and the first thing she’s going to do when the coronavirus quarantine is lifted.  Take a listen: 

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