XS
SM
MD
LG
XL
XXL

default background image

Culture

Why I made my smartphone a little dumber

It was 7:45 on a Tuesday evening. I was sitting in my living room having a good evening with my kids. One just finished reading her 3rd grade reading assignment, and the 6th grader jumped up into my lap for a rare moment of cuddling. Suddenly, a co-worker of mine walked through the front door, and told me he intended to rewrite the report…

on

Plop plop fizz fizz

It’s every dad’s dream, sitting on the dock on a warm sunny day, fishing with your son, surrounded by the wonderful sounds of nature, the rich green colors provided by the trees, the calm water reflecting the clear beauty of the sky…Only I wasn’t enjoying the dream, I was too busy wasting my life glued to my phone. I find it almost…

on

Be honest, you never completed more than one side…

It was a fascinating tribute by Google to change their icon for the day yesterday to feature the Rubik’s Cube. To celebrate its 40th anniversary of being in existence, Google created a fully functional digital Rubik’s Cube that you could play just by clicking your mouse. Though as cute as it was, it still brought back all those…

on

Audio
Video

10 issues that divide Christians

It seems like there are countless ways Christ’s people have been and can be divided, but deep down, we know we should be able to unite and let the world know what we’re really for. So how can we actually do that? In his book, 10 Issues That Divide Christians, Dr. Alex McFarland says there are 10 key issues that divide Christians…

Peter Kapsner

on

Audio

Stewardship of creation vs. environmentalism

Usually when we hear the words “Earth Day” or “environmentalist”, it’s possible that we could envision images of “tree huggers” or maybe a bunch of people in the streets protesting against various pieces of legislation. But lost in the rhetoric of global climate change and environmental…

Peter Kapsner

on

Audio

2 questions you can use when discussing social issues

As a Christian, I have a worldview that is shaped by my faith. Where I have always struggled, is in how that worldview should impact the way I interact with culture. How should my faith be expressed in areas of life such as politics, religious liberty, and more. Too often, my initial response is to simply nod and listen, without expressing…

on

Tipping point for no-tipping

How do you tip when you go out to eat? Over time I have felt part or maybe most of the tip I leave is for renting the table time from this server. The other is based admittedly on their service and the taste and preparation of the food. The later the server has nothing to do with. Tipping seems to be a conversation you find among friends, family…

on

Page 19 of 21« First...10...1718192021
default background image
Default music note image
On the Air

Lauren Banik

Recently Played
Video

This is ultimately what Easter is all about…

It was 7:45 on a Tuesday evening. I was sitting in my living room having a good evening with my kids. One just finished reading her 3rd grade reading assignment, and the 6th grader jumped up into my lap for a rare moment of cuddling. Suddenly, a co-worker of mine walked through the front door, and told me he intended to rewrite the report…

Audio

What Heaven will be like

What will heaven be like? We will enjoy our loving, smiling Savior forever! We will be blown away by all of the ways our lives intersected with His divine intervention in our lives.

Susie Larson

on

:

Listen Live
Default music note image
On the Air

Lauren Banik

Search LIFE 96.5