Today was Mystery Monday and we gave away a ton of prizes!
First, we had Mystery Box, and Linnette correctly called in and guessed that I had hidden a Slinky in the box.
Next, we had another round of Beating Hearts song Poetry with the lyrics Maybe today I’ll start believin’/That Your mercy really is/As real as You say it is/It doesn’t matter who I used to be/It only matters that I’ve been set free. Morri called in and correctly guessed that those lyrics belonged to Mandisa’s song Waiting For Tomorrow. Make sure to tune in to the Morning Thing and Afternoon Drive tomorrow and Wednesday for more chances to win tickets to the Beating Hearts Tour.
Our Word of the Day was duplicity, a noun meaning trickery or dishonest behavior. You can read more on that here.
Have an awesome week!
Published October 1, 2015
Today on the Afternoon Drive we continued to talk about Leading Like Jesus.
We have focused on 5 habits of leading like Jesus from the the book Lead Like Jesus from Ken Blanchard and Phil Hodges. Today we dove into the habit of Trusting in God’s Unconditional Love.
When you cast off your doubts and reservations about God’s love and accept that you can’t earn it, don’t deserve it, and can’t add to it or lose it, you can proceed in that reality to live and lead the confidence, humility, and true freedom. “For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life.” (John 3:16)
The word of the day is quidnunc a noun, which means, a person who is eager to know the latest news or gossip.
We had a winner for Song Poetry!
Ethan from Utica won two tickets to the Broken Hearts Tour featuring Mandisa, Newsong, and Danny Gokey! The convert is Thursday October 8th in Zanesville!
Have a great night!
Today was Game Time Tuesday on the Afternoon Drive and I had 2 rounds of Song Poetry!
Julie from Fredericktown picked up two tickets to see Chonda Pierce on her Focus on the Funny Tour, by correctly guessing that the lyrics, And it’s a fight for my attention/I’m being pulled every direction/This world tells me trust what I can see/Lord, won’t You help me/Believe what I believe, belong to Love & The Outcome’s song, King of My Heart.
The second round of song poetry featured these lyrics:
We’re never given the spirit of fear
Only the power of love
We’ll keep on running and not grow weak
His strength is more than enough
We had a stumper with that round, so those lyrics will come back for next week’s Game Time Tuesday.
The Word of the Day was quotidian, an adjective meaning everyday or ordinary. You can read more on that here.
Don’t forget to head over here to find all the information for October First Friday and Dogtoberfest!
Have a terrific Tuesday evening!
Here’s this week’s NZ Top 10!
10: Through All Of It – Colton Dixon
9: Drops In The Ocean – Hawk Nelson
8: Shoulders – For King & Country
7: Soul On Fire – Third Day ft. All Sons and Daughters
6: That Was Then, This Is Now – Josh Wilson
5: Even So Come – Passion ft. Kristian Stanfill
4: Touch The Sky – Hillsong UNITED
3: Holy Spirit – Francesca Battistelli
2: At The Cross (Love Ran Red) – Chris Tomlin
1: Flawless – MercyMe
NEW MUSIC ADDS (Click each for video)
Grace Wins – Matthew West
There Is Power – Lincoln Brewster
Have a great weekend!
Published September 24, 2015
Today was Praise Thursday on the Afternoon Drive.
We continued to talk about the leadership habits of Jesus from the book Lead Like Jesus. We discussed the habit of study and application of scripture. It’s important to hear the word, read the word, study the word, memorize the word, and meditate on the word.
Bible stands for Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth. The Bible is intimate love letter to us from God that helps us in our everyday life. We must go deep within the scriptures to listen to God.
The Word of the Day is, adduce which a verb meaning, to cite as evidence.
Where is the World is Colton Dixon: The last day is tomorrow! Make sure to tune in to The Morning Thing Friday morning from 6-9am for clues. Also check out our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!
Have a great Thursday Evening!
Published September 23, 2015
Tickets are $15 in advance for individuals or $12 each for a group of 10 or more.
The ticket price will be $20 at the gate. VIP tickets are available for $40.
(VIP tickets include a festival laminate, t-shirt, prime seating, artist meet and greet opportunities and early entry at 11am. VIP tickets are only available online.)The all-day event will also include inflatable games for all ages, food trucks, and a variety of giveaways. SonFest is held rain or shine. www.sonfest.mvnu.edu.
These artists are confirmed to come:
- Colton Dixon
- I am They
- Da Mac
- Amena Brown & DJ Opdiggy
- Take the Name
We were able to talk with DaMac and I Am They today! DaMac free styled for us and told about his concert at Saw You at the Pole. I Am They gave us a little history about the band and what their plans are for the future including Sonfest 2015!
Saw You at the Pole
Today was See You at the Pole but the after party is tonight from 6-9pm. We were able to talk with Brian from Mount Vernon First Naz who is hosting Saw You at the Pole. Teens are welcome to come and hang out! There will be food, prizes, and a concert by DaMac, who will be at Sonfest 2015! It is important we live out the 2015 See You at the Pole theme of being united
Word of the Day
1.of or relating to trees; treelike.
Published September 22, 2015
Game Time Tuesday
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Today was Game Time Tuesday on the Afternoon Drive!
I gave you a lot of information on SonFest 2015, and you can find everything you need to know here.
Then we had today’s edition of “Where In The World Is Colton Dixon?”, and Damika from Frazeysburg called in and correctly guessed he was at Southside Diner!
We also had a stumper for Song Poetry with these lyrics:
Don’t be ashamed of your past
If you’re shattered like a piece of glass
The more broke you are the more the light gets through
The Word of the Day was aphelion, a noun meaning the point at which a planet, comet, or asteroid is furthest from the sun. You can read more on that here.
Have a terrific Tuesday evening!