Christian FM Radio host/author Brant Hansen made a guest appearance on ABC’s “Good Morning America” (GMA3) today. Brant was interviewed about anger and forgiveness–based on his book Unoffendable.
HarperCollins is releasing an updated and expanded version of the book and audiobook on January 10th, in addition to a small group video study and guide.
Brant is available as a guest on your station or show. Contact Elizabeth Hawkins Elizabeth.Hawkins@harpercollins.com
Cochren & Co, signed to Gotee Records, have just announced the release of their highly anticipated second album, Running Home. The album, set to be released on February 3rd, features a blend of pop, rock, soul, and blues, and is filled with uplifting lyrics and melodies.
According to the band’s frontman, Michael Cochren, the album is about “running into the arms of God” and finding comfort, rest, safety, and love in one’s relationship with God.
“This album is all about running into the arms of God,” shares Cochren. “It’s my story, but I also believe it’s the story of anyone who has found themselves far from home spiritually. We’ve all heard the saying there’s no place like home. When I think of what ‘home’ means, I think of comfort, rest, safety, and love. When we go off looking for these things in the broken world, we will never find them. Ultimately, we only find what we need when we return to our loving God.”
When your team is communicating about the mission of your organization, they reach into the hearts and minds of the audience to tell stories, make connections, and share updates. You may be surprised that visualizing data isn’t much different. Data visualization is the art of accurately presenting data in a way that captures the viewer’s attention and leads them to take action.
As Computer Science Professor, Ben Schneiderman, said, “Visualization gives you answers to questions you didn’t know you had.”
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KTIS/Minneapolis partnered with listeners to provide 12 “Christmas Blessings” to members of the community. KTIS listeners nominated individuals and families who had unique and difficult stories. 12 stories were selected and KTIS worked with donors to meet needs throughout the Christmas season.
“We cannot thank KTIS and the donor enough.” said Dorie, the mother of one of the recipients. “Life can be challenging but turning to the Lord in faith lifts us up and carries us through. Our entire family is beyond grateful for this Christmas Blessing.”
“It was an incredible privilege for 98.5 KTIS to walk alongside some amazing Twin Cities families during the Christmas season.” said Matt Deane, 98.5 KTIS Program Director. “While we know that a Christmas Blessing from 98.5 KTIS will not solve all the issues they are facing, our team did a remarkable job of showing God’s love while helping them in some very practical ways.”
Southern Gospel artist Becky Isaacs was involved in a head-on collision on December 15th in Hendersonville, TN and has been recovering in the hospital since. She underwent surgery to insert a plate and nine screws in her right tibia and reconstruct her right knee. She also suffered a fractured left tibia and three fractured ribs.
Isaacs will be in rehab and unable to put any weight on either leg for the next four to six weeks. Despite the challenges she faces, Isaacs remains grateful for the support of her family, friends, and the medical professionals who have taken care of her. She also extends her prayers to the family of the individual who lost their life in the accident.
HisAir is deeply saddened to report the passing of Family Life/Bath, NY Director of Radio Dave Margalotti’s son Max Oleg Matiash.
Jen Green 9 years at KNWI/Des Moines
Rockinron Corino 21 years at KBCU/Wichita
Mornings with Dan & Lori celebrate 4 year on WCTL/Erie
Paul Batura 26 years at Focus on the Family
Bob McClure The LifeFM Network Founder passed away 2 years ago
Jeff Taylor passed away 3 years ago
Carl Fletcher passed 8 years ago
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