Truth Syndication :60 second features

 
  • Legal Edge with Brad Dacus

    Legal Edge with Brad Dacus

    Produced weekly, President Brad Dacus of the Pacific Justice Institute brings you the Legal Edge. This public service announcement brings you quick, insightful updates generally based on legal matters. It is available in 30 and 60-second formats for release on air.  

     
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  • Words on Worship with Charles Billingsley “The Heart Of Worship In A :60 Feature”

    Words on Worship with Charles Billingsley “The Heart Of Worship In A :60 Feature”

    This Daily :60 Feature: Mike Harland, President of Lifeway Music says, “If you hear Charles (Billingsley) sing or watch him lead worship, you know you are experiencing one of the great talents in all of the Church- but when you know him, you quickly discover his talent is no longer what blesses you. You will be challenged by Charles’ passion for Christ and His kingdom. The depth of his love for the Lord is what  will bless you!”            

     
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  • One-on-One with Pastor Jonathan Falwell

    One-on-One with Pastor Jonathan Falwell

    One-on-One with Pastor Jonathan is the daily 90-second audio devotionals prepared by Jonathan Falwell.  Available on radio stations throughout the U.S. and everywhere through online podcasting, these daily devotionals are meant to encourage you in your daily walk with Christ.                

     
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  • Karen Mulder’s Wisdom Of The Wounded “Care Giving Wisdom In A :60 Compassionate Feature”

    Karen Mulder’s Wisdom Of The Wounded “Care Giving Wisdom In A :60 Compassionate Feature”

    What do you say in a funeral line? I am assuming you are thinking of the time of visitation at a funeral home. You are in this long line, and you are wondering what to say when you finally reach the individuals who are grieving the death of a loved one? First, it is helpful to remember if you are in a line at a funeral home, you are already doing the most important gesture of caring. You may be uncomfortable, but you are there. Continue reading → Posted in Caregiving Questions, Death Tagged Death, encouragement, funeral, listening   Just Listen I suspect that the most basic and powerful way to connect to another person is to listen. Just listen. Perhaps the most important thing we ever give each other is our attention. When people are talking . . .listen to what they’re saying. Care about it. It has taken me a long time to believe in the power of simply saying, “I’m so sorry,” when someone is in pain. And meaning it. One of my patients told me that when she tried to tell her story people often interrupted to tell her that they once had something just like than happen to them. Continue reading → Posted in Listen Tagged Listen   Death of an Infant Child My experience took place when our infant son, Justin, died with no apparent symptoms at the tender age of three and a half months. It happened in the evening just after my husband, a pastor, had left for a meeting. I rushed my baby to the hospital, but the doctors could not revive him. I had one older son, Joshua, who was then 3, and would later have another son, Christian, but neither of these children would or could replace the precious child whom we lost. -Donna Continue reading → Posted in Child, Death Tagged Child   How can we care for a person with cancer? Do Not Say . . . . Deanne Thompson has Stage IV breast cancer and she has written a book about her journey. The book’s title is Hoping for More. Deanne’s insights are for everyone who has ever struggled with a serious illness or loved someone who has; which means that this book is ultimately for everyone. If you have ever wondered, “What do I say?” or “What do I do?” Continue reading → Posted in Cancer, Daily Wisdom of Wounded Tagged Cancer, caregiver, Caregiving, Stage IV   How can we care for a person with cancer? Say, “I’m Coming Over. What may I bring you?” Brian Mansfield, USA TODAY’s Nashville music critic, was diagnosed with colon cancer at age 48. Brian chronicles his life with cancer in a series of articles which can be found by Googling, ‘My Semicolon Life’.  Today, I want to share … Continue reading → Posted in Cancer, Daily Wisdom of Wounded Tagged Cancer, caregiver, Caregiving, Illness   How can we care for a person with cancer? Ask Important Questions! Today’s […]

     
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  • Stayin On The Highway

    Stayin On The Highway

    Stayin On The Highway with The Christian Car Guy A :30 second Feature that provides valuable tips from road rage to saving gas, teen safety even car buying wisdom. Easily tagged with a local underwriter or sponsor to provide income, diversity and Christian values to your station.     msp free vip codes

     
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