‘Faith & Life’ Category Archive

5 Ways to Confront Spiritual Dehydration

Spiritual dehydration can creep into our lives in many ways, but learning to combat this infection can be the difference between a healthy soul and a broken one. 1. Do away with comparison. Don’t compare your inch to someone else’s mile. Everyone is on their own spiritual journey, and the reality is that none of us are going to be on the exact same page or chapter. We’re all going through different things, experiencing God… … Continue reading

Jade’s Story Will Make You See How Powerful JoyJars Can Be

Jade has cancer. But she’s fighting back with joy! We’ve been friends with Jade for a while and she’s amazing. She knows firsthand how big of a deal it is to receive a JoyJar. Her mom, Becky, told us her story. Check it out.     For every $100 single gift during our year-end-pledge drive, we’re sending a JoyJar to a child fighting cancer. You’re bringing hope to your community by keeping WAY-FM on-the-air and… … Continue reading

You Spread the Gospel to Your Community in a Really Cool Way

“Would love to be able to have a bible I can understand so I can continue my journey pointing to Jesus.” – Joyce Literally thousands of requests like this one came through our site this past summer. Our Free Bible page was spread around the internet so much that we needed to ship over 12,000 Bibles. We couldn’t do this alone. The cool thing is, you responded. Not only did you come and help us… … Continue reading

I May Be an OK Mom, But I’m a Lousy Psychic.

Here’s the thing. Kids will make their own mistakes. They will falter and flounder through this painful thing called growing up. The best we can do for them, after all the teaching and preaching is done, is to continue to be a listening ear, an encouraging coach…and yes, of course at times that will involve doling out some consequences. But there is one thing I have learned through parenting the five teenagers I have had… … Continue reading

This Response to Controversy Will Make You Stop and Think

Lots of responses to the “Red Starbucks Cup” controversy are flying around the internet, but this one struck us as a little different. It’s from one of our listeners in Louisville. She brings up some great points to think about. Thanks for letting us share this, April! If I were a marketing agent of a coffee shop known for a lack of support of the military and being overly Politically Correct, I would write a… … Continue reading

Why Following Your Dreams Isn’t a Good Thing

Almost a year ago, I was caught in the endless maze of “following my dreams.” I wanted to be a famous singer/songwriter, and many of my friends told me, “Follow your heart,” “Do it while you’re young!,” and “Take a leap of faith!” Everytime I heard one of these well-meaning motivational quotes, I’d nod my head and think, “Yeah! I got this.” The problem was… I didn’t have it. For over a year, my wife… … Continue reading

Sometimes I Get Distracted When I Pray… #WBSG2015

Read (from the New Living Translation) Psalm 139: 1, 16-17 1 Lord, you have examined my heart and know everything about me. 16You saw me before I was born. Every day of my life was recorded in your book. Every moment was laid out before a single day had passed. 17How precious are your thoughts about me, O God. They cannot be numbered! (Read the whole chapter for more – Psalm 139) Go Deep Today… … Continue reading

Should I Worry About My Faith When I Start Doubting? #WBSG2015

Read (from the New Living Translation) Luke 7:18-19 18The disciples of John the Baptist told John about everything Jesus was doing. So John called for two of his disciples, 19 and he sent them to the Lord to ask him, “Are you the Messiah we’ve been expecting,[b] or should we keep looking for someone else?” (read the whole story – Luke 7:18-35) Go Deep The death of a child. The suffering of the innocent. Roadblock… … Continue reading