Friday, October 31, 2008

Get out to vote - Be informed!

Be sure to check out the Michigan Family Forums Voter's guide before you head out to the polls. They have great information directly from the candidates.

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Cutest Political Cabbage Patch Figures

While children aren't allowed to vote, a few lucky little ones can still pick — and hug and kiss and squeeze — their president.

EBay and Cabbage Patch Kids have partnered to create a special series of Obama, Palin, McCain and Biden dolls as part of the Cabbage Patch Kid 25th Anniversary.

Each doll is a one-of-a-kind and available only on eBay in an auction to benefit Toys for Tots, a charity arm of the U.S. Marine Corps that collects toys for needy kids. Bid Now on ebay!

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Smile FM is never going back to o.k.

Pastor Mark (2nd from rt.)of Southpoint
Community Church hams it up with The Afters.

Recently back from filming a music video in Windsor, Canada, Dallas based band, The Afters performed at Southpoint Community Church in Trenton. Lead singer, Josh Havens shared the highlights of his Canadian experience with morning show host, Jenn Czelada and Hosanna.

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Atheist's Anti-God Ad Campaign

So what's the deal with this?? In London some atheists have organized a campaign to say, "There's probably no God. Now stop worrying and enjoy life." I think I'd be really worried if I believed that there is probably no God. Read the story.

Sunday, October 12, 2008

28 Hours of Mercy - Thursday & Friday on Smile FM

Have you had a chance to sponsor a child through Mission of Mercy?? Smile FM has been making this opportunity available for several years now?? How has the experience affected you and your family? Feel free to post your thoughts on our blog or call and leave a message on our studio line at 888.887.7139. Click on the banner above to see children waiting to be sponsored. $30 a month is like thousands of dollars a month to a child in a developing country. Kids in the Mission of Mercy program receive food, clothing, shelter (if needed), health care and a Christ-Centered education designed to help break the cycle of poverty.

It's Pastor and Clergy Appreciation Month!

Remember to do something nice for the Pastor & Clergy in your life. Clergy Appreciation Month Guide.

Typical Pastor's Job Description:

WANTED: Pastor.

SALARY: $17,000 a year

HOURS: Indeterminate. On call 24 hours a day.

WE OFFER: Free housing

The applicant will serve as manager, administrator, and correspondent. He will have experience as a preacher, teacher, and also evangelist. He will be a competent writer and speech maker, and will serve as a decorative piece at public functions. He will also be something of an editor. He will have experience as a social worker, counsellor, spiritual advisor, visitor of the sick, and comforter of the bereaved. He will serve as theologian in residence, interpreter of the church at large, and official delegate to all conferences. He will serve as a one-man emergency squad. He will be qualified as a commissioner of oaths, and will offer occasional legal advice, arbitrate disputes, and serve as public relations officer. He will have a basic business sense, and will be a capable salesman. He will also be skilled in marketing and program planning, and will recruit and train workers where available. An in-depth knowledge of computers is recommended, with particular emphasis on word processing, desktop publishing, and databases. A working knowledge of public address systems is desirable. The applicant will also be called upon occasionally as a garden supervisor, caretaker, and artist. He will lead a blameless life and spiritual walk. It is, of course, assumed that the applicant's WIFE will be included under the above arrangements, to work half-days.

Friday, October 10, 2008

Carol Kent Interview on the Morning Espresso

In case you missed part of Jenn's chat with Carol Kent, you can listen to it here. Carol will be joining us at the Extraordinary Women's Conference in Sterling Heights, November 14 and 15. Get your tickets today!

Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Thursday, October 02, 2008

Would you buy this place for $1.75?

A woman from Chicago bought this "fixer upper" for $1.75 on e-bay. Seriously, but she doesn't plan to move in anytime soon. She wants to resell it and make some cash. See full story. Would you have bought it for that price? Why or why not?

Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Personality Traits of the States

Researchers identity more than just different accents across the country, but different personality traits as well. Check out the interactive map to see for yourself. George and Jenn talked about it on Thursday's Morning Espresso.