Life Changing Radio Newsletter
July 8 - 13, 2019
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This Week In History
 
July 8 - In 1889, the first issue of The Wall Street Journal was published.

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.
Quick Links...
by William P. Smith

The transition from the school year to summer break is sharp. The sudden loss of structure can leave kids at a loss for what to do with their time.
by Josh Straub

The days of summer can feel very long for kids, but spending hours in front of a screen isn't the best way to pass the time.
by Katie Howard Clemens

 There are plenty of ways to come up with fun summer plans on a limited budget.
A Moment In Scripture

Psalm 23:3 (CSB)

" He renews my life; he leads me along the right paths for his name's sake."
Focus on the Family's
Plugged In Movie Review:

SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME
Here in New England, we love our summers! As wonderful as summer can be, keeping the children occupied, happy and safe can be a task. A break from school can be an opportunity for different kinds of learning. Attending Vacation Bible School or just spending time reading, enjoying nature or visiting a museum can all play an important part in a child's development.

Sincerely,

Dave Rhenow

Life Changing Radio