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  From the broadcast the weekend of Nov. 22nd & 23rd, 2014:



    

This was our annual "Thoughts of Thanks" edition, featuring expressions of thankfulness from many of today's top Southern Gospel artists, who also shared their songs of thankfulness.

Of all people, Christians should be the most thankful. We have something to be extremely thankful for — salvation through Christ. But He is faithful to shower us with many more blessings, too, if we just recognize them as such.

Our "Thoughts of Thanks" edition each year comes the weekend before Thanksgiving in the States. I know our Canadian friends celebrated their Thanksgiving several weeks ago, and such an observance is held at various times elsewhere. But, as I always note, giving thanks should never be limited to any one day. It should be something we do year-round. Nevertheless, the holiday is an excellent reminder to us of that truth.


"That I may proclaim with the voice of thanksgiving, and tell
of all Your wondrous works."
— Psalm 26:7

"Enter into His gates with thanksgiving, and into His courts with praise. Be thankful to Him, and bless His name." — Psalm 100:4

     

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  From the broadcast the weekend of November 15th & 16th, 2014:




Click for Ball Brothers 'Pursuit' Our Featured Artists on this program, the Ball Brothers, have a motto on their website that says, "Music That Spans The Generations." And that's true in several respects. Musically, they range from traditional Southern Gospel quartet singing to more modern sounds and even, yes, 40s-style "big band" sounds. And it's been successful for them, as you heard them say on the program, as they entice audiences across the age spectrum. Originally four brothers, the group now includes two brothers — Andrew and Daniel Ball — along with brother-in-law Chad McCloskey and the Ball Brothers' life-long hometown friend, Andy Tharp. Their CD from which songs were featured on this program is called "Pursuit." Included was their very popular radio song, "Who's Gonna Stand In The Gap." Their first song — on the program and on their CD — is called "It's Gonna Be A Good Day," and that showcases the postive, optimistic attitude these guys have about their music — and their ultimate goal of sharing the Gospel. More info about them can be found on their website.

The Ball Brothers' CD featured on this program, "Pursuit," is available from our mailorder service, Springside. Just call 1-800-38-MUSIC to order. You can order easily from our webstore by using this link to go directly to this item.

The Littles The Littles — our Artist Spotlight guests on this program —are a father-wife-daughter trio based in Monroe, North Carolina. Jack and Jan and their daughter, Rebecca, feature close family harmony and appeal to all ages. Songs included during this visit were from their current "Time After Time" CD. On their website (http://jacklittleministries.com/about-us) they include this mission statement: "The Littles have a very clear mission that compels them — telling His story, singing His praise. Through the universal medium of music they strive to share the message of salvation in Christ alone while singing His praise for all His goodness. This mission is accomplished through revival services, concerts and other special events that require heart-felt Gospel music."

On the Headline Update I mentioned Chonda Pierce's new "Learning To Laugh Again" tour, following the death of her husband back in July. A more detailed story about how she's "coming back" can be found here.

     


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