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Steve & Amy have been a popular morning show for over five years! They are real people who love talking about family, faith, and life in general, and of course playing lots of uplifting music.

Sometimes it’s light and fun, sometimes more serious, even profound. Steve & Amy is always a show the whole family can listen to together.

  • I have friends that are on both sides.  Remembering God is in control can be a challenge.  Perhaps you have had relationships fall to the wayside and in need of repair because of this past year's political unrest.  Just remember, we still will want to do the work God has called us to do regardless of what you do every day and regardless of who is president.
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  • Ben is going to surprise you with some of his powerful words. Steve & Amy ask him what the biggest thing is that he hopes people see when they watch him play. Listen for his answer.
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  • An encouraging and powerful interview with Ben Zobrist of the Chicago Cubs. Take a listen to his inspiring words about being the fragrant aroma of Christ.
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  • If you had only one friend, you would want it to be Betty. Betty. My grandmother’s only friend. My grandmother is 90 and she lives in an assisted living home with a lot of loving people... Betty died three weeks ago.
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  • Boy, every time we turn on the television these days it seems like there is another disaster, catastrophe and general instability in the world.  My friend, Nicola, from the UK, shared this:
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  • Mom and Dad~ It's late. But the still of the night is heavy. I don't have the courage to muster my words to you face to face. But I feel God's spirit so clearly tonight. I love you both so much. I'm so incredibly conflicted about everything that is going on between you two. I can imagine you are too.
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  • My husband is an attorney. When we moved five years ago he couldn’t find a job. I remember looking at his face when he walked in the door, late, wearing his red uniform shirt with the little white bullseye logo on the pocket from his part –time job. Defeated.
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  • Lamar Odom. He has a kind face. Forget everything you’ve read about him for just a moment. I’m thinking about Lamar’s dad, Joe. Upon hearing the news of Lamar, Joe said, “I knew something was wrong because I’ve been calling him all day and he hasn’t been answering. I’m depressed — What can I do?
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  • He’s starting Middle school. This little thing I used to dress in overalls with little wee sized cowboy boots and sweet little John John’s with knee socks and little white soft bottomed shoes that were a gift from Great Aunt Marilyn. He’s my buddy. I see it beginning to happen. That thing older parents talk about –you know when our littles grow up and begin to lean away from us…
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  • This is a trustworthy saying, and everyone should accept it: “Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners”—and I am the worst of them all.
  • Singer, Jamie Grace, reached out not long ago sharing a GoFundMe account for her mother's medical expenses. The family has been battling various health issues for years. Mama Mona has, unfortunately, been no exception facing a very rare illness leading her to countless ER visits. 

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