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We know that our healthcare professionals and people in the helping fields are being stretched to their limits as they care for others during this pandemic. St. Andrew’s has had a stirring to figure out a way to support and care for all of our frontline workers. This podcast series focuses on topics that are important to the emotional and spiritual wellbeing of those that may be feeling that they are just surviving in survival mode.
 
Hear the latest messages from Pastor Ali Bianchi and team, preached live at Hope City Church, Accra. We’re a vibrant, exciting and friendly church and passionate about people knowing Jesus and living their best life. We’ve got church locations all over the place and big plans for even more! For more information visit www.hopecity.church/accra
 
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As the apostle Paul met with the elders of the church at Ephesus he was convinced he would not see them again. He gave them instructions concerning their responsibility for leading the church to be and to be doing what God so intended. He told them what they needed to do was model their ministry after his that they had been a part of and observed w…
 
On Ask the Expert, Rena Honea with the Alliance - AFT, joined KRLD's Kristin Diaz and Daid Rancken. Honea represents employees of Dallas school district. She explains how there is still a lot of controversy surrounding mask wearing among teachers and staff. She says COVID protocols will still be observed in schools but it is up to the school distri…
 
On Wednesday Dr. John Hellerstedt, the Department of State Health Services Commissioner and Chief Medical Advisor on Governor Abbott’s Open Texas Task Force testified before the State House Public Health Committee about the Governor’s decision to issue an executive order rescinding the State’s COVID restrictions, including the mandatory mask provis…
 
Gov. Greg Abbott's executive order requiring Texans to wear masks in public places will vanish next week, but that is not the end of the story for employers across the state. Private companies, including retailers, are allowed to set their own rules. Kroger and Target are among those who say they still will require customers, employees and vendors …
 
Daryl Crouch offers ideas on the posture we should take as we seek to address the difficult issues in our society. Commentator Jim Denison addresses the recent news of Bethany Christian Services foster policy changes, as well as how both certain Dr. Suess books and evangelical thinkers are cancelled.]]>…
 
Count Dr. Elizabeth Kassanoff-Piper among those who believe Gov. Greg Abbott is jumping the gun. Kassanoff-Piper, president of the Dallas Co. Medical Society, told the KRLD Morning News she believes the governor acted too soon in announcing the statewide COVID-19 restrictions, including the Texas mask mandate, will be lifted Wed., March 10. All bus…
 
Gov. Greg Abbott's decision to end the state's mask mandate and allow all businesses to again operate at full capacity does not come without political risk. University of Houston political science Prof. Brandon Rottinghaus believes Tuesday's announcement will be seen as the "ground zero moment" in Abbott's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. If case…
 
Just last week, toymaker Hasbro announced it was removing the "Mr." from the "Mr. Potato Head" brand name, although the company shortly thereafter clarified its move, saying the long-popular toy would continue to be known by his original title. And on Tuesday, the group that oversees the legacy and works of the late author Dr. Seuss announced sever…
 
Christian Medical and Dental Association's Dr. Bret Nicks updates us on the just approved Johnson & Johnson vaccine, and other medical news. Youth leader Jeff Grenell, author of "Gen SeXYZ," talks about the broken understanding youth have about love and sexuality, and how we need to be comfortable to engage them.]]>…
 
Institute for Global Engagement's Nick Pitts looks at the CPAC meeting and Bethany Christian Services relenting to pressure to place foster children in homes of LGBT couples. Philos Project's Luke Moon talks about the latest tensions between the US and Iran, the Pope's planned visit to Iraq, and more.]]>…
 
In its latest report, the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids says the tobacco industry has deliberately targeted the Black community, including its young people, with menthol cigarettes and other products for more than 60 years. Black Women's Health Imperative Chief Policy Officer and Counsel Tammy Boyd discussed the latest information with KRLD's Chri…
 
Ambiguous loss is unexpected loss without closure or clear understanding that often results in unresolved grief. On today's podcast, Brian Norsman and Mark Odland explore ways in which our healthcare and frontline helping professionals have struggled with ambiguous loss during the pandemic. They identify sacred markers and moments that help begin t…
 
Linda Mintle looks at revenge and why not giving into it is both Biblical and psychologically wise. She offers help for turning from it. Voice of the Martyrs' Todd Nettleton shares stories of the hopeful attitude of many persecuted Christians from his new book "When Faith is Forbidden."]]>
 
The Dallas Mavericks and Boston Celtics may be rivals on the basketball court, but when it comes to helping the community, the N-B-A franchises are on the same team. During a trip to Texas to face the Mavs this week, the Celtics saw first-hand the aftermath of the recent winter storm. They then joined the Dallas Mavericks Foundation in supporting a…
 
A new survey is shedding light on how the pandemic is affecting people with hearing loss. One of the key findings - 95% of those surveyed with hearing loss say face masks have made it harder to communicate. KRLD's John Liddle talked with Dr. Haley Owen, an audiologist with Livingston Hearing Aid Center in Dallas. See omnystudio.com/listener for pri…
 
As the pandemic has continued, some individuals said they felt it was not safe to return to work because of the threat of COVID-19. Now, the federal government is responding to those concerns. According to a U.S. Census Bureau survey conducted earlier this month, about five million Americans said they remain out of work because they are worried abo…
 
The battle continues within the Republican party on the future role of former President Donald Trump. As some in the GOP seek a "divorce" from Trump, the former president is scheduled to address the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Sunday. It will be his first public speech since leaving office on Jan. 20. This Sunday on CBS "Face…
 
A little good news during this novel Coronavirus Pandemic. It appears all of the precautionary measures, like mask wearing and social distancing, has led to a significant drop of influenza. Health experts nationwide say this year's flu season has been nearly non existent. In Thursday's Ask the Expert, Parkland Hospital's Chief Medical Officer Dr. J…
 
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