A few months ago, I did an episode about the desire for others to tell us what to do. It focused on the desire for those in authority to instruct us on what to do. In this episode, I bring specific thoughts and ideas to the problem. It’s no longer right for us to be silent when we know we are being deceived. As a matter of fact, it never was!
As my friend and former boss Steve Butler taught me, integrity means pushing your chair back under the desk. Being teachable, trainable and coachable on this week’s episode.
Everybody thinks they know what’s best for other people. In our society today, our government is set up to run our lives. Is this what’s best for us as a people, and as a nation? This week I talk about the difficulty of attaining altruistic and bureaucratic goals.
God has a plan for you, and we’re here to help you find it
After last week’s podcast, I was reminded that there are many people…believers…that don’t want or can’t accept what God wants to do in their lives. I remind us all that it can be overcome and He does want to do great things in us!
Terry discusses three ways he’s found to discover your future:
- Who You Hang Around With
- What You Read
- 1 Corinthians 2:9-10
You CAN know what the future holds and we discuss that on this episode.
In the run-up to the recent election, I saw a LOT of advertisements to get out and vote. Is this the best idea for the electorate, and how have we gotten this way?
In the 35 years that I have been in and around the business, we have grown so much. Recently, I have been listening to Classic Christian 24/7, an online station, featuring artist from early Imperials to Twila Paris and Joe English. While their message was great, the production quality today is so much greater than it was then.
In my travels, I have heard Christian Radio stations in about 45 states. Many of them do a good job, but I think there is a danger lurking, and it’s not production quality. We are in danger of becoming narcissists. Continue reading Abundant Broadcasters
Every Christian radio station worth its salt knows about
their target listener. They know what she drives, where she lives, whom she
congregates with, how many kids she has and most have even given her a name
like Becky or Susie or Claire.
Continue reading What About Him?