Are you an angry father? If not, are you a father who has ever let his anger get the best of him? Or are you a father who wants to be sure anger is not a problem in the future? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, take a listen to this week's podcast. You may find it helpful. Enjoy!
Are you a father? What are your greatest failures? In this five-part series, we're going to look at the biggest parenting mistakes committed by most fathers. And the first mistake is when we don't give enough time to our kids. Won't you join us for this new and informative series?
How does reverb relate to our lives of faith? Find out in this episode of The Message! Enjoy!
Six Things I Learned from My Electric Guitar: Banging on the Strings Causes Quite a Bit of Distortion
Do you ever say negative things about yourself...to yourself? If so, you need to listen to this episode of The Message. Enjoy!
Six Things I Learned from My Electric Guitar: A Nice, Leather Strap Sure Makes Holding the Guitar A Lot Easier
Have you ever done anything absolutely on your own? I doubt it. Most everything we do in life requires the assistance of others. Take a listen to this week's Message to learn more. Enjoy!
Externals are great, but what's on the inside is really what matters. You've heard this before, but have you ever had it related to an electric guitar. Check us out. Enjoy!
Have you ever tried to live your life unplugged? Check out this week's episode of The Message as we discuss life without power. We hope you enjoy!
Six Things I Learned from My Electric Guitar: Single Strings Sound Good, But the Beauty of a Guitar’s Sound Comes in Chords
There is just something about guitar chords that sounds beautiful! What can this teach us about life? Check out this week's podcast to find out. Enjoy!
It's impossible to rock your relationships without loyalty and trust. People must know they can count on you before they'll invest emotionally, spiritually, and temporally in you. Join us on this week's The Message as we take a look at this very important principle.
In order to have truly rockin' relationships with others, we must be willing to give of ourselves. If we hold back, then our songs will be more like dirges. Join us on this week's The Message broadcast to see exactly what we mean.