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Stacey Stone's 2018 Christmas Reading List

By: Stacey
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Each year, Stacey Stone from Johnny and Stacey Stone in the Afternoon brings you a list of books to enjoy for yourself or to give to those you love for Christmas. This year the list of books will be insightful and challenge you to live an amazing life now for Christ.

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Lauren Daigle on The Tonight Show

By: Rob
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Lauren continues to break barriers--going where no other Christian artist has gone before.

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Dianne Tolliver - Organizing For Fall

By: Claude

Kevin Krueger spoke with Life Coach, Professional Organizer and author Dianne Tolliver. The DMV is a busy area with a lot going on and she shared some thoughts to help us make sure that the fast pace of life does not affect us from enjoying life and the people around us. Dianne said a little organization and goal setting is the key to making that a reality.

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Darren & Heather Turner from "Indivisible" on the morning show

By: Jerry
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Jerry and Blanca catch up with the real life Darren & Heather Turner. The Turners share their story of almost losing their marriage in the middle of the Iraq War.

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Director David Evans talks about the new marriage movie "Indivisible"

By: Jerry
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A new season for Tom Miner

By: Tom
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We all have those moments that make you take a step back and reflect on what is really important. Tom Miner shares an exciting new chapter!

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Burn the Ships

By: Rob
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With an amazing new video, Luke Smallbone of For King & Country also shares the deeply personal story behind the title track to their brand new album.

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Dr. Bergina Isbell

By: Claude

Dr. Bergina Isbell, Founder Growing In Grace and author of “Victory Over Depression” joined Kevin Krueger to talk about the mental health of our teens and how they can deal with difficulty in a healthy way.

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The Story Project - Cristine

By: Anonymous

When Cristine lost her business as a result of the flooding in Ellicott City, she found herself in the midst of some other storms. She shares how she found comfort and learned to rely on God like never before.

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Three money tips for parents sending their child to college

By: Jerry
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Congratulations, your child is going to college! You have spent countless hours helping them prep for the SATs, diversify the organizations and activities they are involved in and spent plenty of money on gas driving them around. Now it’s their time to have a taste of independence and decision making.

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