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KCBI is a listener-supported Christian radio station that offers music and teaching that encourages listeners and impacts more lives for Christ.

KCBI is a listener-supported Christian radio station that offers music and teaching that encourages listeners and impacts more lives for Christ.
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KCBI is a listener-supported Christian radio station that offers music and teaching that encourages listeners and impacts more lives for Christ.

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@KCBI

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English

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Catching up on 3 Weeks of Football! | Afternoon with Lauree's Fantasy Football

11/11/2019
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Between getting married, going on my honeymoon, and having a serious case of jetlag, I've missed 3 weeks of Cowboys football. But with help of my producer Josh, we're getting you all caught up on the action!

Duration:00:03:56

We Walk By Faith, Not Feelings

11/11/2019
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A fourteen-year-old boy was in a terrible accident this past May, leaving him paralyzed. His father, who I've come know through 90.9 KCBI FM and Facebook, shared this morning that he is not feeling as prayerful as he did in the earlier months. Maybe you've been there. Maybe you have prayed for something--healing, deliverance, reconciliation--for so long that you feel like your prayers are futile. Can I encourage you today? God's ability to work powerfully in your life has nothing to do with...

Duration:00:08:18

6 Mistakes We Make With New Believers

11/11/2019
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Unless you’ve been under a rock, you’re aware by now that rapper Kanye West has openly professed faith in Christ, hosting Sunday services featuring gospel preachers, and has released an album, Jesus is King, full of Bible references. West’s apparent conversion has provoked all kinds of reaction from Christians from jubilation to skepticism. Some have compared his conversion to that of the Apostle Paul. Others have compared it Johnny Cash’s or Bob Dylan’s. Most of us won’t ever meet Kanye...

Duration:00:04:47

Make Somebody's Christmas: Shirley

11/11/2019
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It’s finally that time of the year and specifically when it comes to helping people during the Christmas time, it’s always a special moment. Kristy wrote us to tell us about her friend Shirley who is in a point of desperation right now in her life. Shirley is Kristy’s classroom aide and this past year, Shirley lost her daughter, Jessica, to sickle cell anemia. Considering the constant influx of medical bills, along with missing many days of work to be with her daughter has made it impossible...

Duration:00:05:07

When Christians Make Jesus Look Bad

11/11/2019
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Sometimes the biggest thing keeping people away from the church is Christians. Rebecca Carrell and Liz Rodriguez sit down with author and professor Mary Jo Sharp to talk about her latest book, "Why I Still Believe." If you or someone you know struggles with misbehaving Christians, this episode is for you.

Duration:00:03:07

Ep. 24 | When Christians Make Jesus Look Bad | Guest: Mary Jo Sharp

11/11/2019
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Sometimes the biggest thing keeping people away from the church is Christians. Rebecca Carrell and Liz Rodriguez sit down with author and professor Mary Jo Sharp to talk about her latest book, "Why I Still Believe." If you or someone you know struggles with misbehaving Christians, this episode is for you.

Duration:00:25:27

Are You So Yesterday? Things That Were Cool 10 Years Ago

11/8/2019
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Teen taste is mercurial. Today's VSCO Girl was yesterday's Harajuku Girl. Vine videos once occupied their every waking moment instead of TikTok. Sometimes trends get recycled by the high school set—see '90s mini bags and midi skirts making a comeback in 2019—and sometimes what they just had to have then is something today's youth wouldn't be caught dead in.

Duration:00:04:04

Are We Giving & Getting What We Need From Relationships?

11/8/2019
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We all need energy and clarity, for our families and our work. We know that the right nutrition, sleep, workouts and a positive attitude are part of the equation for energy and clarity. However, neuroscience research now shows that the quality of our relationships plays a major part in this as well.

Duration:00:05:24

Why Oodles Of Doodles Are Good

11/7/2019
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Sketching smiley faces, hearts, and myriad shapes in the margins of notebooks is the classroom pastime of choice and a sometimes irritant for educators. Historically, teachers and parents have regarded doodling as an idle endeavor that detracts from the learning process. However, researchers have discovered that doodling can actually inspire creativity, engage students academically, and help hold their attention. Read on to find out how doodling can facilitate the learning process.

Duration:00:05:44

These Are The Things That Older People Most Regret

11/7/2019
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For many, growing older and entering the “golden years” is a time of celebration. Worries about career are often over, their homes are paid off, and they have ample time to enjoy their families or favorite activities. But for many others, the passage of time is just a reminder of all the things they haven’t done, or wish they’d done differently. These are the most common regrets older people have.

Duration:00:03:30

Jay Allen's App Of The Week: CarGurus

11/7/2019
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Shift your car search into high gear with CarGurus' FREE mobile app. Get the tools and resources you need, whenever you need them.

Duration:00:03:49

The 4-Day Workweek Might Be The Future

11/6/2019
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An experiment that involved reducing the workweek by one day led to a 40% boost in productivity in a Microsoft subsidiary in Japan, the technology giant announced last week. The trial was part of Microsoft's "Work-Life Choice Challenge," a summer project that examined work-life balance and aimed to help boost creativity and productivity by giving employees more flexible working hours. Microsoft Japan closed its offices every Friday in August and found that labor productivity increased by...

Duration:00:03:20

This Toilet Is Absolutely Insane!

11/6/2019
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How much would you spend on a loo? For the super-rich in China, the answer seems to be £1 million. A lavish gold toilet featuring a bullet-proof seat studded with more than 40,000 diamonds has been spotted at a trade fair in Shanghai. The luxurious lavatory is worth $1,288,677 (£999,497), according to its manufacturer from Hong Kong.

Duration:00:03:56

A Cat Interrupted The Cowboys Game!

11/6/2019
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Despite the Cowboys 37-18 victory over the New York Giants, the final score isn't the talk of the game. It's this!

Duration:00:02:15

Facing Racism

11/5/2019
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Christ calls us to love one another and to bear each others burdens. This week Rebecca Carrell and Liz Rodriguez sat down with Ashley Irons from the "We Talk Different" podcast to discuss issues of race, identity, and how to have the tough conversations. Listen to this week's episide of the Honest Conversations podcast here: https://www.heartstrongfaith.com/podcasts/ Suggested Podcasts: •NPR Code Switch •Truth's Table •We Talk Different Suggested Books: •Stamped From the Beginning, Ibram X....

Duration:00:02:42

Ep. 23 | Facing Racism | Guest: Ashley Irons

11/4/2019
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Christ calls us to love one another and to bear each others burdens. This week Rebecca Carrell and Liz Rodriguez sat down with Ashley Irons from the "We Talk Different" podcast to discuss issues of race, identity, and how to have the tough conversations. Suggested Podcasts: •NPR Code Switch •Truth's Table •We Talk Different Suggested Books: •Stamped From the Beginning, Ibram X. Kendi •Color of Compromise, Jemar Tisby •The New Jim Crow, Michelle Alexander •What it Means to be White, Dr. Robin...

Duration:00:55:10

Make Somebody's Monday: Sean

11/4/2019
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Pam wrote us recently about her friend Sean who has been a part of her life for some time now and whose family is really struggling at this time. His wife Andrea has had cancer since their youngest child, Saint, was born a year ago. She has been diagnosed with more cancer in her brain/lungs and is in a great deal of pain. She and Sean are fighters though because with God's help, Andrea has been able to stay home with the kids some of the time but now she just got back from the hospital after...

Duration:00:04:55

Why We Self-Sabotage

11/4/2019
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We all have things we want in our lives—to lose those pesky 10 pounds, achieve that promotion, go on a second date with someone we’re interested in, or take that fantasy vacation. We set a goal that is near and dear to our hearts, and repeat it to ourselves in our heads and aloud to others more times than we can count. We’ve written this objective on Post-its, to-do lists, calendars, perhaps even carefully selected an image to place on a vision board, bathroom mirror, or refrigerator to...

Duration:00:03:14

The Burden Of Body Image

11/4/2019
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If you’ve spent much time in Christian women’s circles, you may have noticed that we have devoted many gatherings to exploring our identity. Retreats, conferences, and topical Bible studies rush to assure us that we are redeemed and treasured, that our lives have purpose, that our actions carry eternal significance. If we just understood who we are — the message goes — we would turn from our sin patterns and our spiritual low self-esteem and experience the abundant life of which Jesus spoke....

Duration:00:05:24

You Can Get Paid Over $3,000 To Get The Flu On Purpose

11/1/2019
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You could get paid $3,310 to participate in a Saint Louis University flu study. The catch, you will be infected with the influenza virus and quarantined for at least 10 days under controlled conditions at Saint Louis University. Volunteers will receive a nasal spray containing a strain of seasonal influenza virus. The study builds on recent work by scientists in the NIAID Laboratory of Infectious Diseases to develop a model of influenza disease. To participate, you have to be healthy and...

Duration:00:02:59