Life Changing Radio Newsletter
July 9 - 14, 2018
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This Week In History
July 9 - In 1896, William Jennings Bryan caused a sensation at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago with his "cross of gold" speech denouncing supporters of the gold standard. Bryan went on to win the party's nomination.
July 10 - In 1913, the temperature in Death Valley, California, hit 134° F, the highest temperature ever to be recorded on Earth.
July 11 - In 1979, the abandoned United States space station Skylab made a spectacular return to Earth, burning up in the atmosphere and showering debris over the Indian Ocean and Australia.
July 12 - In 1804, former Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton died a day after being shot by Vice President Aaron Burr in a duel.
July 13 - In 1977, a 25-hour blackout hit the New York City area after lightning struck upstate power lines.
July 14 - In 1965, the Mariner 4 flyby of Mars took the first close-up photos of another planet.
Quick Links...
by Suzanne Woods Fisher

A new book by popular Christian fiction writer Karen Witemeyer is the first in a series. You may want to take it with you to the beach this summer.
by Billy Hallowell

In their new book, this mother-daughter duo reveal that there's far more to life than riches, fame and power. 

A new book teaches kids that people of all abilities have important roles to play and that we're all better together than we are on our own.
This Week's Program Highlights:

July 9: Galatians 2:1-14

July 10: Galatians 2:14-20

July 11: Galatians 2:19-3:5

July 12: Galatians 3:4-7

July 13: Galatians 3:8-17

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A Moment In Scripture

Psalm 84:10 (CSB)

" Better a day in your courts than a thousand anywhere else. I would rather stand at the threshold of the house of my God than live in the tents of wicked people."
Focus on the Family's
Plugged In Movie Review:

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Summer is a great time to catch up on reading, whether it's a novel or non-fiction.  There's nothing like enjoying a good book by the pool or at the beach. Summer is also an opportunity to spend more time reading with the kids and helping them develop a love for books that will serve them well throughout their lives.


Dave Rhenow

Life Changing Radio