Thursday, December 20, 2012

Holiday Help for Widows

If anyone is alone this holiday, you don't need to be. You can be surrounded by the wise, talented, and good people of Christian radio who will help you understand and grow strong in your relationship with the God who has said, "Never will I leave you, never will I forsake you." (Hebrews 13:5)

Songs In The Night -- I hope there's a station nearby for you to tune in to this program when you can't sleep at night. As the website of Moody Church media explains, "For 60 years, Songs in the Night has been bringing hope, comfort, and encouragement to believers around the globe. With its unique combination of music and devotional commentary, Songs in the Night helps people to relax and unwind in preparation for another busy week." When you click on the link, be sure to then follow the link to find a station with the program in your state.

Surrounding yourself with wholesome, positive music is a good remedy for grief. Click on the music video link on the sidebar here, but also why not fill your home or car with good music, too? Christian radio gives you great variety, the convenience of not having to put together your own playlists, and gives you first offerings of the very latest from today's musicians. Tune your radio in, or stream it to your computer, etc.

Here are links to major Christian radio networks that I know of. If I've missed any, pipe in and I'll add them.
K-LOVE - contemporary
Salem Communications - select a variety of music traditions and Bible teaching from Max Lucado and others
Moody Broadcasting - my personal favorite, of course!

What is your favorite Christian radio program?



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