Your gifts of $40 a month or more provides emergency supplies for families affected by hurricanes Harvey & Irma.
Maybe you made a New Year's resolution to get healthy, and then fell off the wagon. Health and wellness coach Liz Faison help us get back up again and points us to success in today's podcast.
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A positive way to start your day each morning
The Jerry and Blanca show with producer Spencer is about starting your day with a smile, some inspiration and a good dose of audio coffee. Jerry is the optimistic, always in trouble risk taker who likes to tease his cohorts. Blanca is the hometown, little sister who has no problem putting Jerry in his place. Spencer is the peacemaker, tie-breaker, homebody who always believes a Redskins Super Bowl is just around the corner. Together they love starting mornings with you.
Just how often is it normal for kids to get sick during the school year? It’s completely normal, especially for young children, to get the sniffles a few times a year as their immune systems develop.
It's amazing to see what can happen when people of faith come together to help others.
We've all seen the pictures on the news, but it's hard to get a picture of what's going on behind the scenes in Texas. Paul Carder Jr. with the American Red Cross lives in our area, but he's in Texas right now. He shares with us what the relief effort looks like on the ground.
Samaritan's Purse talks about several ways you can get involved to help folks in need.
Carder Price is part of the morning show at KSBJ Houston. He shares what's going on in his city and how we can pray.
On the heels of "What Would You Do Wednesday", Jerry and Blanca talk to Dr. Gary Chapman about teaching your kids gratefulness versus entitlement.
The average American child has six to 10 colds per year. In fact, children’s colds cause more doctor visits and missed school days than any other illness, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Nurse Rose shares tips on the best practices to avoid the sniffles this school year.