Steven on January 7th, 2012

Featured song: Touch Of The Master’s Hand, by Wayne Watson from his 1980 album, Workin’ In The Final Hour. It must be hard to keep television new, fresh, and able to retain eyeballs. Even in this day, when the landscape has been shattered from three or four standard networks into a thousand pieces, multiple specialty […]

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Steven on July 7th, 2010

Featured song: Friend Of A Wounded Heart, by Wayne Watson, from his 1987 album Watercolour Ponies. The pain of aloneness can be unbearable. And anyone who feels truly alone knows the truth of the phrase, “alone in a crowd”. It is more than being apart from people; it is being apart from people even when […]

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Steven on June 7th, 2010

Featured song: Changed In A Moment by Wayne Watson, from the 1985 album Giants In The Land. Yesterday, June 6, 2010, Dana Key died suddenly. He was a founding member of the Jesus music duo Degarmo & Key, along with friend Eddie DeGarmo. At the time he died, he had been pastor of a church […]

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Steven on May 10th, 2009

Featured Song: Watercolour Ponies, by Wayne Watson, from the 1987 album of the same name. Today is Mother’s Day, 2009. It is, I have heard, one of the busiest days for telephone traffic of nearly any other day of the year. Some recollections of mothers are, sadly, not positive. For those people for whom this […]

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